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Old 03-26-2012, 11:07 AM   #1
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Default Advanced Bodybuilding & Adaptability

A quote from an advanced bodybuilder...

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Since my legs are my strong point, I train them only once a week which usually falls on Wednesdays. The workout is rather basic, 10-12 sets of squats with some good mornings and calf raises.
"Only" 10-12 sets of squats. I bet every one of them is ball-busting brutal. I'm sure if I asked him, he would say he's also not very strong and doesn't train for strength. Then I would find out his squats sets are all with 375+ pounds...

Just remember boys and girls...when listening to an advanced lifter, "easy" and "light" aren't generally easy or light.

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