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Old 02-13-2010, 09:41 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Grim83 View Post
this is a huge pet peeve for me, you cant anticipate when your workout will quit working, so the best method is to keep at it until you cant add weight then look for a few small changes to make
I agree Grim. I've never really slowed on bench or squats, or really on any major compound lift, so I've never seen the point in trying to confuse myself.

My definition of slowing may be different from others. If I can get one more rep in at least every 3 weeks, I don't want to change anything.

Some lifts I have dropped in weight due to injuries, but that's a different issue.
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