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Old 02-22-2013, 06:03 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by dossas View Post
What I've found is that after a few conditioning w/o's, I'm really looking forward to move some heavy weight. I'm just flip flopping between strength w/o's and a few conditioning w/o's. The underlying theme for the strength part is to simply progress in either weight and/or reps (i.e. trying to set new PRs each time).
That's exactly where I am...you'll see in my log, going to add 2 conditioning days to my 3 strength days beginning next week.

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