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Old 10-03-2013, 11:03 PM   #2
BendtheBar
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Everyone wants a special lifting program.

The one truth I have learned is that most of these folks who want you to create something unique and special for them won't like what you create. They will recoil at the simplicity, hard exercises and focus on progression.

Looking back I can recall only a small handful of lifters who actually stuck with unique programs I created. The lesson to be learned here is that you should use caution creating something special for another lifter until they have established a track record of sticking to programs.

Better to set them on course with one of the old faithfuls, and see how they respond. Most people are squatting or deadlifting as it is, so a program with these lifts will truly be unique and special to them.
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