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Old 12-24-2013, 04:08 PM   #11
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i am testing the aforementioned program. and i will make modifications during
If you all have some suggestions about adjustments please let me know
Are you talking about DC training? If so.. Once you think you have it all written out. Post it here and I'll look at it.

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Short of increasing the weight, volume is the most important thing. Total weekly volume and volume in each session. We all find what we like, but practice makes perfect, why not practice whats important to you (increasing squat/dead/press) 2-3x/week and see what happens from there.
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Short of increasing the weight, volume is the most important thing. Total weekly volume and volume in each session. We all find what we like, but practice makes perfect, why not practice whats important to you (increasing squat/dead/press) 2-3x/week and see what happens from there.
Cause of my schedule and lack of sleep some times the week, plus the rehabilitation of my lower back, i find it more productive for me to practice them ( sq, dl, press ) once per week at first, including a similar power based move.
On the other side of the isolation exercises...
they really, despite the fact of the little for some volume, produce some hypertrophy (sarcoplasmic ) results for me.

Acknowledge that i don;t use either supplements or other enhancing stuff , and i seek a slow and steady progression.
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