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Old 11-09-2013, 07:08 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Bill View Post
I do a slight variation: I do 3 sets of 5 but on the last set I do as many reps as possible short of failure. Only been at it a few months. I had one reset and am blowing passed the last set reps I hit the first time
That interests me. I might try something like that with my bench press after my next stall. It always bothers me that when I do a reset, it might take me a month to build back to the old PR according to the progression, during which time I feel like I'm training too light. Going all out on the last set would be fun.
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