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Old 06-07-2013, 07:16 PM   #6
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Not sure who said "cookie-cutter" programs won't work forever.

Also not sure when they stop working.

But, I also thought that I read where somebody or somebodies on this forum ran the same program for 20 years and built the majority of their strength from it(?).

(Could it be that the same progression scheme could work forever, while the only change needs to be with accessory work, and forever changing weakness?)


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