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Old 02-05-2012, 12:16 PM   #6
BendtheBar
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Now, to contradict myself...

Don't take my above sentiments as meaning never change programs. It can be fun to try new ideas, and lifting isn't life or death.

I simply think it's better to occasionally try new ideas that are found in different programs as opposed to completely changing your program, if that makes sense.

There is a balance in all this. I see some guys on other forums who are squatting 185-205 after 3-4 years and that's simply not getting it done. Progression on the big lifts has to remain the cornerstone, no matter what you do.
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