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Old 11-18-2013, 02:56 AM   #6
BravenFenix
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There was an interview I saw with Ed Coan and he talked about how important sets of 5's were all throughout his training, especially for beginner and intermediates. I'm doing many sets of 5's to with 8's on other lifts and it's great. Over time id lower the sets until it's one top set of 5. If you want you can go with multiple sets of 4's then 3's, but as you said you're doing fine.
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