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Old 08-23-2011, 06:20 AM   #11
Ola Persson
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Originally Posted by Steve Shafley View Post
I feel strongly that volume accumulation and frequency of practice are better strategies than relative intensity-based strategies for older lifters.
This certainly makes sense given how my body feels after a max rep set on squats.

Iīm thinking of switching to ladders on squat and deads but keep a linear progression on the pressing movements since they arenít as taxing and Iím still progressing?

(Iíll PM you a layout so I donít clutter this thread. If you have the time I would really appreciate some brief feedback.)
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