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Old 01-31-2013, 09:31 AM   #37
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Originally Posted by nacho View Post
I don't as for all assistance sets, in which I don't push to failure nor I try to bump up the weight on them. I just do some work without chasing the kg's, opposite to the main lifts in which I track every single rep and kg.
I see...do you use a set amount of weight every session for assistance moves or pick a weight based on how you feel each day?

Just curious if that's something you find works or if you discovered that somewhere...
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