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Old 03-16-2012, 08:40 AM   #3
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1. Is it possible that training programs that work great
for an introvert might not work as well for an extrovert?
One of the thoughts that can to mind reading this was regarding focus. We all know some of this is generalization, but if an extrovert prefers action over thinking them perhaps a workout that is more challenging set by set as opposed to workout by workout might be a better option.

This meaning pushing on every set for AMAP versus methodically adding weight each week. Obviously speculating here...
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