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Old 08-10-2009, 06:44 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by jwood View Post
Thank you for all that great information MAB but I think I misled you when I said young athletes I meant like high school seniors and college athletes and young as in 17-22. These are strong kids and my thoughts are when you are in your early twenties you can definitely do heavy leg and posterior chain movements twice a week.

I think when I get back to school I may experiment with this because my only complaint about westside is not being able to do everything I want because I only do legs heavy once a week.

Thanks again MAB there are a ton of great points in there!
I was thinking athletes earlier then 18. I think Westside is a good launching pad, but I never stick to it straight up.

I can go twice a week with posterior, so they should be able to. it's all about the lower back.
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