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2004/02/03 00:02:49 (permalink)
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got a couple of questions

In my work out I do 5x3 on my main lifts squats, deads, and bench, 2 warm up sets and 3 very heavy work sets. Should I do the the same 2warm ups and 3 heavy work sets with my supporting excercises, or should I do a 1 warm up 3 worksets, or just 3 heavy work sets no warm up on suporting excercises.
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    MikeyFive
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    RE: got a couple of questions 2004/02/03 12:40:32 (permalink)
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    A bit hard to understand exactly what you're saying, but I wouldn't do all your assistance exercises for 3 reps as well, you'll get burnt out. Do them for a more standard 3 sets of 6-10 reps.
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    RE: got a couple of questions 2004/02/03 17:02:21 (permalink)
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    Crazyhorse, it depends on what the assistance exercises are or more importantly, how closely related they are to the main lift of the day. Also, I know your American and all but, a fullstop and a comma every now and then wouldn't go amiss. I'd even settle for a capital letter.
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    RE: got a couple of questions 2004/02/03 17:07:58 (permalink)
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    I personally do more reps on assistance exercises 6-10 rep range.
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    crazyhorse
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    RE: got a couple of questions 2004/02/04 06:20:25 (permalink)
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    Sorry to inconvience you Andy Bolton ,please forgive me, but im not on here to learn about english , and what about this " I know your American and all" whats that suppose to mean.

    Thanks for the info
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    RE: got a couple of questions 2004/02/04 11:37:10 (permalink)
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    crazy horse i think he just means its easier to read when you use some basic grammer by that i mean continuous words get a bit hard to digest and understand what you are on about if you get me i don't know what he means by the reference to americans bit by the way rob

    is better and easier to read when wrote like:

    crazyhorse,
    I think he just means its easier to read when you use some basic grammer. By that i mean, continuous words get a bit hard to digest and understand what you are on about. (if you get me) I don't know what he means by the reference to americans bit by the way.
    rob
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    RE: got a couple of questions 2004/02/04 20:51:03 (permalink)
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    Ok I apologize for the grammer, I was in a hurry. It will not happen agine.
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