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Old 05-28-2010, 08:34 AM   #1
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Default Near-Maximal Training?

What is everyone's opinion on near-maximal efforts on training days? I know some people who train heavy doubles/singles to within 80-95% of their ORM on nearly every training day for all their compounds, and they swear by it.

Will this type of training be too much for a beginner to manage, or will the bodies' adaption to the greater stress actually result in better strength gains overall?
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