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Post  Drew on Sat Jul 17, 2010 1:59 pm

1. If your diet sucks NO training works. Most of you have diets that simply suck. You say "I eat a lot and a lot of protein. If you weigh and log it, most usually find it SUCKS!
2. You need to pick up heavy things and keep adding weight to the "heavy thing". This can be done for sets of anywhere from 1-25 reps.
3. Fiber type DOES to a degree determine if low or high reps work better. But......you can find the same thing out by trying different rep ranges.
4. Most people at the beginner level associate/confuse how much workload they do with progressive workload. If you only do 8 TOTAL lifts for a few sets each over the coarse of a weeks time and are progressive every week, do you not think that will be more productive than doing 25 lifts and a lot of sets that does NOT allow you to be productive?
4. In general the more workload you can do productively the better. THAT DOES NOT NULL AND VOID THE ABOVE STATEMENT.
5. MOST OF YOU NEVER HAVE A CHANCE OF SUCCESS BECAUSE EVEN WHEN TRAINING IS GOING WELL YOU DICK WITH IT TO MAKE IT "BETTER" AND USUALLY WRECK IT.
6. If all you do is increase your big lifts a TOTAL OF 10 lbs a month (2.5 lbs a week) a guy with a 150 lb bench and a 250 lb squat will be benching 390 and squatting 490 in 2 years. BUT........NO ONE AT THE BEGINNER LEVEL THINKS THEY ARE BEING SUCCESSFUL IF THEY ONLY IMPROVE 10 LBS A MONTH. MOST ARE TRYING FOR 10 LBS A WEEK. And while it is certainly doable to get many 5-10 lb increases at times, it is simply not needed as proved by the above example.
6. At the beginner level 2 years seems like and eternity and most can't see past a month or two and thus FAIL.

Think about it

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Post  cmusicman92 on Sun Jul 18, 2010 7:09 pm

This is so true...

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Post  Drew on Sun Jul 18, 2010 7:14 pm

cmusicman92 wrote:This is so true...
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Yeah, for sure. I don't think you have to worry about that though, you've been doing great. You've followed everything I asked and you haven't tried to change anything.

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