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Old 11-08-2013, 10:26 AM   #4
MadScientistOfMaB
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is experimenting with old strongman lifts.
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All the above said I love specialized training. It is great to see one of your lifts shoot up even if the others stay the same. It helps me stay motivated and makes me look forward to squats each day. This is why I stick with specialized cycles but according to basic algebra the gains are the same.

This is probably why you see both in high level amateur powerlifters
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HT: 5'10" WT: 237
Deadlift 455 Squat 425
Bench 375 OHP (strict) 205
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