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Old 03-11-2012, 05:57 PM   #116
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Originally Posted by Kuytrider View Post
It's always better to go in than miss a scheduled workout. If you can make it up on the following day then do that but...

Your body reacts in strange ways. You can always go in and work up to a certain weight. With a proper warm up, you should be fine and if you don't feel like reps are coming, DON'T force them.
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Never miss a workout if can can help it, but never do more than you can on a given day.
Unfortunately this workout was a disaster.

I had very little energy

Squats
70kg x8
80kg x6

I was struggling big time so did some ab work and bailed

Notes: I have now seen the importance of rest
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