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Old 01-26-2009, 08:22 AM   #19
Steven Low
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Originally Posted by glennpendlay View Post
I did observe that the ability to daily lift weights between 85 adn 90% of maximum was a pretty good measure that people were NOT training too hard, no matter how bad they felt. If a guy could not lift 90% for several consecutive days, or couldnt lift 85% for one or two days, it was likely that the hormonal analysis would come back and say they had done too much. So that level of performance seems like a good measure to pay attention to.

glenn
Good to know. That's the general anecdotal guideline I've been using for the past couple years.

Thanks for sharing.
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