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Old 02-09-2010, 10:57 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by bwys61 View Post
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).
Those are great points, thanks for giving us your 2 cents
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