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Old 02-22-2013, 03:18 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by 5kgLifter View Post
For one, some muscles are not targeted by powerlifting (the 3 big lifts) which means they don't get developed unlike with bodybuilding where they are targeted; if you look at the back of a powerlifter and compare it with the back of a bodybuilder, the very small of the back (the small triangular muscle segment at the base, someone will know the name ) is not developed so much in the powerlifter but it is in the case of the bodybuilder.
So, couldn't you use the same powerlifting rep and set range, and do some isolation exercises aswell?
What IS the typical powerlifting rep and set range by the way.
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