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Old 04-15-2012, 11:12 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by LtL View Post
What about varying pressing with chains and bands alongside pressing from different heights using boards or pin presses or floor presses? Similar to how you and Fazc have treated the other lifts with their variations.

LtL
I was going to say this, now in terms of high volume I know that I can on sustain it for a few sessions and then it begins to go backwards.

Might I suggest a scheme that a team member is using? I believe it goes this way

Week1:5x10@65-70%
Week2-3:5x5@75-85%
Week4:3x3@90-95%

I believe that's how its done and he benches 2-3/week...he's a 650+RAW benchers...LOL

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