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Old 02-09-2010, 10:34 PM   #41
bwys61
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Great for beginners. I feel that the more advance you get, the harder it would be to make consistent gains. Especially if you want to lift heavy weights often. I would be afraid of not being able to recover fully from one workout to the next, while short-changing other lifts or muscle groups(ex: Deadlift, Squat or Bench stall cause you haven't recovered from the exercises that worked those same muscle the previous workout).

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Thanks man, much appreciated.Its not that they are not working, but just looking for some opinions.

While your here bwys, what do you think about the chaos and pain training style???
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