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Old 04-30-2014, 01:55 PM   #1
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Default Juggernaut training, the cube or 5/3/1

Hello MAB brethren. I'm testing this week to get my maxes in order to start a new program. I'm considering either juggernaut training, the cube or 5/3/1. I have experience with 5/3/1 and it's worked well in the past. I'm just wondering if anybody else here on the form has any opinions thoughts or ideas about the other two training systems. If anybody thinks there is a training method that I may enjoy or find interesting please post it I'd love to check it out. Thanks for everything.
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Hello MAB brethren. I'm testing this week to get my maxes in order to start a new program. I'm considering either juggernaut training, the cube or 5/3/1. I have experience with 5/3/1 and it's worked well in the past. I'm just wondering if anybody else here on the form has any opinions thoughts or ideas about the other two training systems. If anybody thinks there is a training method that I may enjoy or find interesting please post it I'd love to check it out. Thanks for everything.
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Byrd has it right. The guy is on track to hit a bunch of PRs. 10/20/Life is where it's at.
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i'd personally go with juggarcubelife/3/1


just pick one, then come back in 5 years and tell us how strong you got.
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There's only one of those I wouldn't use, for... reasons.

But I'm pretty sure they could all work okay, for however long. Maybe just pick one you like the look of?
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There's only one of those I wouldn't use, for... reasons.

But I'm pretty sure they could all work okay, for however long. Maybe just pick one you like the look of?

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My favorite of the three is Juggernaut. However, reading 1020life is eye opening and paradigm shifting, for me at least.
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I haven't had a chance to read it yet. Does it apply to raw and equipped lifting equally?
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