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Old 02-17-2010, 07:05 PM   #21
jdmalm123
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All I need are some pecs, calves, upper traps/neck and abs and I'm all set.
Been thinking about this...want to hit these areas without taking away from the main moves or cutting into my recovery...
I'm thinking a very light, high volume approach might work...

Mon & Fri contain all my lower body moves. Will add calf raises after each workout. Start with BWx100 and add 20 reps per week...

Tue is arms. Will add some light band crossover flyes. Red band (#2 of 5) x100 and add 20 reps per week...

Thu is shoulders. Will add forward-leaning DB shrugs. 15x100 and add 20 reps per week.
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