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Old 10-03-2013, 12:32 PM   #6
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Thanks Steve, some good points all around! I am definitely going to keep the paused SSB squats in my regimen as I felt that paused squats have helped me a ton. Adding them into the warmups is a pretty good idea that I haven't thought of as well!

As far increasing muscle and strength I was thinking of working in the medium rep ranges for all this work to stay at a decent load but make the most out of my training. Thinking anywhere between 3 and 8 reps depending on how I feel that day. Also some days working up to a heavy single or double and doing a couple backoff sets at 10 reps.

Also thanks for attaching that video, definitely helps me understand what you mean with generating speed with the head.
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