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Old 05-28-2010, 08:57 AM   #4
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Doug Hepburn used it effectively year in and year out. I believe it can be a very effective training approach but you need to know when to deload. I can handle near maximal on bench and deadlift nearly every week if I wanted to, but squats shut down my CNS if I do too much. Do I guess my point is that each of us is different in how we respond to this style of training.
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