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Old 08-15-2010, 01:22 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Brainum's article doesn't really say much. It recaps occlusion and talks about the study.

Light weight to failure is great, if your body never adapts....

There is a quote on the link that says "this is great, especially for those of us who can't lift heavy weight."

As we can imagine, people will start taking this conclusion as gospel and out of context, since the study doesn't reference adaptation.


Not saying this article is worht anything but a dr. Who works out in the same place i work out had this convo last night, i asked him what he thought. He is older and shreded with muscle..he does shows and is at 4 percent body fat or something like that..he said He never lifts heavy.. His reps are between 10/15/20 he said lifting heavy was for the birds...now im not saying he is right or wrong but it makes you think...for me i mix the two..
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