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Old 02-13-2013, 01:46 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by leefarley View Post
well i like fullbody so no problem there, basicly it feels that i am holding back on the reeves like just adding a few reps a workout when i feel like going for max reps, i would perfer to use a rep goal, would it be to much over the week on a fullbody like the reeves to use a rep goal and just push for reps on every set.The other thing about the reeves there seems to be more pressing movements to pulling movements, iam not question the design of it just thinking why.
Balance is always a good thing.

I would pair things down to the bare minimum, set up a good rep goal for each exercise, and then build in the isolation/minor body part work. PM me if you want some ideas.
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