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Old 10-07-2012, 10:27 AM   #5
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I also like seeing strong quads, and to see a pre-advanced lifter get them as strong as possible. For that matter I like to see a pre-advanced lifter get everything as strong as possible. I want to see every body part as strong as possible heading into those advanced stages.

Fazc knows I love him and Louie...just not as much as I love my quads

At the end of the day though as long as the lifts are moving, it's all good. I certainly don't want to stick my nose into Westside and tinker with it. I will add though that sometimes I see transitional lifters, or lifters who are moving into powerlifting, focus too much on bodyparts, or hitting every bodypart. Not saying you're necessarily doing that here LD, but thought I would bring up the topic.

I would rather see you crush the majors and build assistance work off that. Therefore, unless you think quads are a blaring weakness, ignore me.
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