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Old 04-13-2010, 01:31 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
You really don't have to switch up anything as long as you are pushing yourself, which I've seen from your workouts that you are.

Are you concerned about adaptation to exercises and minimized muscle gains?

Progression of weight will consistently force your body to respond.
On the Button BTB. I have heard from many gym rats that you have to change it up but I have always followed what my heart/body is telling me and I am still feeling this blasting my chest. However, last Back day I didn't Dead Lift or pull up, I kept the weight light and did rows, Stiff legs and some other movements, I felt like I needed to give my back a break so I switched it up. Dead's can really start to tear at your back and sap your energy
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