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Old 06-21-2013, 08:14 AM   #2
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Interesting read, thanks for posting it.

I have seen Paul Carter talk about the same stuff and I admit that I'm intrigued. I wonder if this is a better way for advanced lifters that will only be able to make small improvements from year to year, or is it something anybody could use? I know that linear progression is a great way for people to get started, and then a waved progression can be used after that. Would this be another progression step?
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