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Old 10-16-2013, 09:11 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by SCStrong View Post
I have read Keys to Progress, several times. Enjoyed it. The advice is simple and effective. I find it amazing that after 100000000000 variations on every program, known to God and man, the basics always prevail.

I agree with you on the 20 rep squats - I tried cycle of those not long ago and my old butt was hurting. Over and forty and twenty rep squats are a painful conbo-
It's by far the most referenced muscle book in my house as well!

You can't read this thing and not believe that short, abbreviated and mostly full body workouts can't build you into a herculean (especially when you put them into practice).

Something about those stories that everyone can connect too as well, never gets old.

- John
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