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Old 02-21-2012, 08:02 PM   #18
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Here's a question that I am particularly interested in...

Consistancy vs. Specialization

What are your opinions on the two training methods for lifetime goals?

#1. Use a well rounded routine and work for years to bring up all the lifts. You will realize all your goals at the end of the long journey.
#2. Work specifically on one or two lifts at a time until they reach their potential, then work on a couple of different lifts. You will have achieved many goals at different times.
Thanks. Will post.
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