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Old 08-09-2009, 06:54 PM   #1
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Default Westside Leg Variation?

I talked to a guy a few days ago about a variation of the lower body days of th westside template that he uses for many of his younger athletes with great success. Here it is

Instead of having one ME Day and one DE day he mixes the both of them so one day you have a max effort squat day and then you do speed deadlifts after the heavy squats. And on the other day you do speed squats and after this you would do heavy good mornings or deadlifts. After the two main lifts he suggest doing a lot of lunges and back extensions since I do not have a reverse hyper maching or a glute ham raise machine.

So it is a way to squat more often and also get in some speed work.

I do not how much experience you guys have with the westside template, but I wanted to see if anyone thought this was a good idea??

It sounded pretty good to me so I may experiment with it.
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