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Old 07-26-2011, 11:54 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by Fazc
Typically the time taken to take the gear on/off as well as considerably work on the main lifts doesn't really lend itself well to a full body.
I was thinking more in terms of the evolution withing Westside over the years...from this quote. The evolution of Westside from low rep volume work to max training.

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Maxing out in the gym seems to be a relatively new concept, even the original WSB crew back in the day never did that. They rotated exercises for sure and had lower weight/speed days but rarely were training maxes talked about. Lower reps were done for more volume.
Regarding your workout...add a few sets of 5-10 rep squats instead of the singles and I think it's an excellent muscle building approach.
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