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Old 12-05-2008, 01:51 PM   #6
Dave Van Skike
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Another way that doing it pretty much the same way is that as you're warming up to your work sets, is that you are getting consistent cues about where you are at that day . Not that you should take a huge amount of stock in how you feel as oppossed to how the bar is moving but it's semi useful.

I find that sluggish warm up correspond to really volume days at sub max percentages and when the weight feel really light throughout the warm up this corresponds with a good day to go after a PR.
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