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Old 09-15-2009, 07:49 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by jwood View Post
This seems like an extremely slow approach, but I can see how it would allow a natural to progress for a very long time, there are so many workouts I want to try but I having great success with the conjugate method so it does not seem logical to switch.
I don't like the idea of heavy squats and deadlifts twice a week on the program. Plus, when you get to a certain point where you're training above 95% every day, and flirting with failure every day.

I think his approach is interesting, and can be learned from, but I would never use it in its entirety.
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