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Old 02-06-2010, 05:36 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
I think you bring up a good point. It's somewhat difficult to avoid a good pump if you're working hard.

Some of the research behind Max-Stim training, and it's cousins Doggcrapp, C&P and Bulldozer, reveal that reps with limited rest are very good for growth. I've used this style for the better part of 16 (?) months now and I get pumps.

I dislike training with long rest between sets. I like hitting heavy weight, and beating a muscle while it's down. Mind you, I'm not trying to stump for a certain training style. I'm merely pointing out that many bodybuilding systems have pumps built into them indirectly, and they work just fine.
I've noticed this with GPDT also, i mean if your doing 7 reps in 5min using a near maximal weight it kinda figures you'll get a pump.
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