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Old 01-24-2013, 10:36 PM   #100
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Originally Posted by KD5NFW View Post
I will also jump on the deload bandwagon, as much as I complain about them they are definitely your friend! Like you I used to lift week after week without a break. Typically between 12-16 weeks I would finally burn out and be forced to take a week or more off. When I would start back I had to reset quite a bit on weight and start over regaining my strength.

Take the deload when your body says you need it
I'm totally sold....in the past, I deloaded once every 8 or so years...usually forced by injury, so I think I will be wiser for the future...

thanks, man!
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