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Old 09-01-2013, 05:19 PM   #6
jdmalm123
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Progression.

Pick a range then get stronger at it. 3x3, 4x6, 10x2, 5x5... consistency over time.

when you've milked a rep range and have hit a hard wall, reset and progress with a different range for different emphasis.

As a general rule, training heavy with a total of 5-25 working sets will be good for strength and training moderately with more than 25 working sets will favor size/endurance.
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