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Old 02-08-2012, 06:26 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Fazc View Post
You talk a lot of sense Davis.



I'll tell you something else. For the first 3 years of my training life I had no more than a 220lbs Bench max. Nothing I did was enough to raise it higher than that, and often it would fall down to 200lbs. That was 3 consistent years of training too, and I actually competed once or twice in that period.

Last year I did 220lbs as a back off set of 18 (with no supportive gear), as well as a max effort with 340lbs. I've Benched over 400lbs with support also. Your early efforts are no indication other than to show that you have the tenacity to stick with it.
I'll try and remember this everytime I stall, especially on the squat.
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