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Old 06-20-2011, 08:41 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Carl1174 View Post
You would be surprised how many 'trainers' there are who dont squat 'cos its bad for your knees', who tell you to do high reps 'to burn fat' and tell you that 'anything less than 50% carbs is dangerous' !!!

Carl.
Hahah yeah, I will be working with a few of them. A couple of the young guys (18-20) all have like 4+ years of resistance training and like 4+ years of power and strength training. But none of the squat deep enough, or can even do lifts properly, also they are all about 5"11ish and weigh like 175lbs soaking wet.
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