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Old 07-14-2011, 09:08 PM   #984
Derek Weaver
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Cool. I have wondered, on something like the squat, how big of a difference there is between taking to max, and then backing off for up to 50 reps, a la Broz, and taking to a max for the day, then backing off for maybe 10-20 reps.

For the people that work, I would think option two would help to ensure progress with less likelihood for injury.
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