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Old 10-16-2013, 09:13 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by bamazav View Post
I like McCallum. His book is a must read, if you like reading weightlifting books. As for 20 reps, I am near 50 and try to hit 20 reps at least once a week. Just different strokes for different folks.
Oh I definitely agree that 20 reppers work and are down right awesome for size and development. I just have old injuries from the military that seem to flare up when I am holding too much weight on my back or long periods of time during a high-rep breathing set (2-4 breaths in between workouts).

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