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Old 02-08-2012, 05:50 PM   #10
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I'm probably not the best to speak on this, but that routine does seem a bit much. From a trainer standpoint, I will tell you stick to basic compund movements, as a fellow iron enthusiast I say stick to the basic compound movements and you will see way more results. Rather than just barraging you body with so many exercises, pick one compound movement and atleast 1 exercise for each muscle that's involved. Just my thoughts, though many of my clients are athletes and security, I rarely get a guy/gal that wants to train like a bber...so again I may not be an authority on this subject!
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