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Old 11-13-2011, 07:03 AM   #11
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I would supplement the bulgarian split squats for back squats and do them first on leg day. Good luck man!
currently i cant do back squats .due to hectic schedule im building a home gym, and at the moment dont have a power rack. im looking for a pair of solid,proper sawhorses. I hope ill find some suitable. and also I love front squatting. when i do them i feel i work a body as a one part. great for my core and quads. but when I find sawhorses I'll do as you said.


and also i wonder if 4x6 STRAIGHT sets for deadlift wouldnt be too much? bo I dont like pyramiding. i think it is totaly waste of effort. I like low rep warmup sets and then heavy working sets with the same weight instead of ramping.
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and also i wonder if 4x6 STRAIGHT sets for deadlift wouldnt be too much? bo I dont like pyramiding. i think it is totaly waste of effort. I like low rep warmup sets and then heavy working sets with the same weight instead of ramping.
Pyramiding is not a "total waste of time," just a different approach to the goal. Look at every option and work to figure out what works best for you and your body, not what you like the most. Truth is, most people like doing nothing most but that IS a total waste of time. Find what works and stick with it.
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I wonder about this:

Ive always used straight sets, for example 4x6, same weight. when im able to complete all 6 reps in all 4 sets then I increase weight next workout. but if I do 6 reps each set then probably I could have done sth like 2 more reps in 1st set and 1 rep more in 2nd and 3rd set. is that ok? or this is counter-productive to have 2 reps in a tank at the end of 1st set?
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