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Old 09-01-2012, 04:48 PM   #126
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then he starts going on about I don't have to lift heavy and how I can do higher reps, different training techniques and hack squats. I'm thinking, why the hell would I wanna do that? I told him I appreciate the ideas and I'll try it out sometime, but for now I'm training for strength.

Even a couple weeks ago, a co-worker who happens to go to the gym I joined. Was trying to say I don't have to lift heavy and I can get big with higher reps and its okay to switch up my routine..


People are scared of heavy weight. Avoid these black holes of mediocrity.

Great log, always fun to see somebody starting from scratch
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