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Old 05-22-2012, 08:16 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Off Road View Post
That has been the downfall of many guys, starting too heavy. I have to swallow my pride, take the weight off the bar, and build back up. It's the only way I can build the momentum and get into big numbers without burning out. Things will get heavy soon enough.
I always started at 225 or in the past, and by the time I was finally building some conditioning the weight was getting too heavy. I'm sure you've done this too.

In either case, I think 145x20 is enough to stimulate quads Everything else is icing.
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