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Old 08-19-2013, 07:52 PM   #290
dzarello
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Originally Posted by Squatter View Post
Props for adhering to the K.I.S.S. principle DZ!! I think 5 reps is just perfect for pulls. Works for me.
Thnx Jim! Last time I did 10x5, my back was toast for about a week.
Ridunkulous!

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Ya, I like lower reps for pulls too, with the occasional high rep death set. Nice pulling session.
Thnx OR. I don't know if I will ever do a death set or not. Might be worth it!

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Nice reps on the squat!
Thnx BILL!

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Originally Posted by Hunterace View Post
Great work DZ! Repping them squats out big time! Way to smash it! Keep it up!!!
Smashing on!

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Originally Posted by KD5NFW View Post
What?!?!?! No PR's????? You're gonna lose all your gainz bro!!!

Seriously though, nice pull session. No thanks to high rep deads, other than the occasional once a year death set like OR mentioned
^^EPIC FAIL!!!^^ Time to quit! Throwing in the towel! I'm done, this is Bullsh*t!

I kid, I kid!

Maybe end of the year death set celebration?
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