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Old 04-24-2010, 08:13 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by jslep View Post
what's this training like a bodybuilder sh*t!!!

i'm new to the bodybuilder part as far as competing but do most of them really not train in heavy compound movements. cause i still do then do some higher rep assistance iso's.
All use heavy compounds.

But I think what they mean here is that after a certain point the linear progression style used by most intermediate bodybuilders isn't the most effective way for powerlifters to gain strength. They need to start exploring lower reps, speed training, get to know prilepin's table, Sheiko, etc. If that makes sense.
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