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Old 10-09-2011, 11:05 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by embrance View Post
Till now,in my full body I was doing anything between 1-6 reps per set.It worked great,and i loved it.I have made great gains on the scheme.

These past 2 week I have been experimenting with some higher reps shemes like Reeves,and I can even complete ONE workoute,let alone the 3 in the same week.

Should I continue progress on thw lower reps,that i still make gains and I am accustomed to them or try something different?
If what you are doing is working, why do you want to change it? Don't get caught up in the "Grass is greener on the other side" syndrome, when the grass your currently in is green enough to bring the results you want. Stick with it, bro, until the green begins to dull, and this begins to dull when you body "tells you it is".
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