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Old 05-03-2012, 01:13 PM   #19
RobMoriRB
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Honestly I think extended periodization like that isn't needed. Right now you don't need complication. I would stick to simple progression, possibly periodizing if you feel it's necessary. 10-12 sets of squats really isn't necessary. While noble, you could get your squat up to 450 if you wanted to doing far more refined and straightforward work.
out of 4.
How would you build it to be straight forward? I kind of jump ahead in my head a lot as you can tell
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GYM PR
Squat: 435
Bench: 305
Dead Lift: 485
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