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Old 10-26-2010, 05:47 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Dynasty View Post
I think that sounds ok? Is it? Reason why I'm thinking this is because they say the more reps you do the better but I know a guy in my gym lost 2 stone weight but his strength went way down, guess he didn't keep his strength training up.
Sounds like a good approach. I made the mistake the last 3 months of my cut of dropping weight and going for more reps. I lost about 5-10% of my strength.
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