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Old 11-05-2013, 04:56 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by miked96 View Post
http://exrx.net/WeightTraining/Weigh...Generator.html

Run this squat routine but only squat twice a week. One heavy and one light. The light day is going to be your 6x2 day and it stays the same for the duration. For example a 400 pound squatter would be:
Light day 320 6x2 all 9 weeks
Heavy would be:
1 320 6x3
2 320 6x4
3 320 6x5
4 320 6x6
5 340 5x5
6 360 4x4
8 380 3x3
9 400 2x2

Do as much or little assistance as you feel like, as long as you make all your numbers. Answer may not be what your looking for but I have personally seen that routine make a significant diffrence in leg size on lifters I saw on almost a daily basis.
Thanks mate, great information. I think i will give this a go.

just one question though.

Once you have completed a cycle, can you do a second cycle straight away or do you recommend having a break for a week or so first ?

Cheers Nath.
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