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Old 06-11-2012, 08:48 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
I think suggestions for legs and pressing movements might need to most suggestions.
There are more than a few ideas I've been thinking about in regards to both of these aspects.


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This is actually a good idea for an article/workout, because I do receive a lot of questions from guys with only barbell and dumbbells.
I see that question a lot as well from people both young and old, as well as them saying they are limited becasue they don't have multiple racks and stands. You have weight, lift it!

There is actually a lot that can be done with nothing but a barbell. Lately I've been thinking that especially for newer lifters, they should not use any assistance racks. Work with what you can lift.

Learn to lift the bar first!
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