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Old 07-16-2013, 02:18 AM   #654
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Can the deadlift be done for high reps (say 20) and be effective? I saw a full body routine on Primallifter.com which alternated between very heavy days (3reps) and light days (20). Also, your arms are looking swole, even though you don't do direct arm work.
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