Dual factor stuff like most of the Latin confuses me.
As for deload, rather than dropping the weight, I prefer to have people try something different. If you stall on back squats, try front squats. If you stall on deadlifts, try rows. Etc.
This gives your body a break from the thing that was stressing you too much, while still working you. And you return later to the other exercise refreshed.
Of course it would be different if my people were squatting 200kg or something.
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Last edited by Kyle Aaron; 02-01-2011 at 02:35 AM.