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Old 02-06-2012, 12:20 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Beast View Post
Abett07, why do you find it hard to stick to one routine? Do you get bored or is there some other reason?

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I dont get bored , its more that I look in the mirror and see something I dont like and think a new workout can fix this.
For example my upper back is a bit behind the rest of my body so I thought my current workout (reeves routine ) dosent have enough upper back work, so I considerd going to a routine that has about twice as much upper back work .

This was why I made this thread because I was thinking about going to my 4th workout in 6 months .I will stay on the reeves workout and if I have to I will just put some more upper back work into that.
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