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Old 11-29-2009, 12:50 PM   #1
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Default Dr. Squat on Full Body Workouts

This is a quote from Dr. Dquat Fred Hatfield:

As for "full-body" workouts, I think they're OK for newbies or fitness buffs with limited time on their hands. But for athletes and aficianados, it's stone-age thinking! PERIODIZATION is a concept that seems to be so hard for people to grasp. It is so somple! Build a house! Start with the foundation! Progressively and with care, choose the next successive steps toward finishing the house!
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