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Old 10-05-2012, 09:45 AM   #3
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Welcome to the forum.

I've used a program like this. It certainly can work. Depending on your level you might be better off with an upper/lower split, or something like that. But without knowing more, I'll just post general thoughts.

My main advice is to define a progression scheme going in. You could use the same weight for your 3 working sets, and when you can hit 12 reps with the first set, add weight the next time in the gym. There are many ways to progress. This is merely one option.

My second piece of advice it make sure you have a defined eating plan, or wise eating parameters. Far too many trainees fail by thinking they are eating enough, or eating "healthy", etc.
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