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Old 12-06-2010, 05:44 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by strkout35 View Post
is it okay if i progress reps on some exercises faster than others? for example I increase squats 5-10 pounds every week as follows:
Day 1: 8 reps
Day 2: 10 reps
Day 3: 12 reps

but at the same time, my BTN press might only move 1 rep per day so i'd increase weight every 5th workout...is it okay to have weight added sporadically like that?
Absolutely. Lifts like the BTN press don't have as much strength potential. As long as you are adding reps, even if it takes a while, it will all add up. Do what you can, and add weight when you can.

Nice work as always.
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