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    I think the distinction to be made is between...

    I think the distinction to be made is between anaerobic (ex: sprinting) and aerobic (ex: jogging) cardio, the former of which can very much build muscle (look at elite sprinters) and the latter of...
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    This is something I have heard and prescribed to...

    This is something I have heard and prescribed to and haven't had any issues with knees luckily for what it's worth
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    Very interesting I haven't seen this before. Will...

    Very interesting I haven't seen this before. Will be trying as my bench needs all the help it can get
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    Just like anything it has its proper uses i...

    Just like anything it has its proper uses i think. the issues start when people try to use them for compound lifts using the same form. For example my buddy is new to the gym and he tried squatting...
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    giant for 5'10"! goals

    giant for 5'10"! goals
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    Pretty much spot on in my experience. I learned...

    Pretty much spot on in my experience. I learned my lesson pushing past #4 and will never do that again. Whenever i feel that overtraining effect, it's time to deload and I'm always way better off for...
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    yeah that is another thing as well--workouts also...

    yeah that is another thing as well--workouts also took me 2-3 hours with warmup/mobility included.
  8. Sticky: amazing post, seems to be largely forgotten even...

    amazing post, seems to be largely forgotten even by a lot of powerlifters who seem to have turned focus to "powerbuilding"
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    ran sheiko a while back and saw a lot of...

    ran sheiko a while back and saw a lot of improvements on my squat and deadlift especially thanks to all those weird variations, but unfortunately not too much on bench
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    was able to use one of these a couple of years...

    was able to use one of these a couple of years ago, should find another one soon
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    Sticky: Thanks. I'm wondering though if you're able to...

    Thanks. I'm wondering though if you're able to set a minimum volume--basically the only downside i can see it allowing yourself to skirt reps because you may feel more tired one day if that makes...
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    crazy strong man..goals

    crazy strong man..goals
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    Try honey. I don't see it talked about a lot but...

    Try honey. I don't see it talked about a lot but a bottle of honey has thousands of calories and is easy to down if you are truly plateauing due to a lack of calories/recovery
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    Agree 100%. I think it's capable to be a...

    Agree 100%. I think it's capable to be a world-class athlete even and still keep that perspective.
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    Sticky: is the main benefit of RPE/autoregulating to be...

    is the main benefit of RPE/autoregulating to be able to do more volume when you're capable?
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    Try to remain as calm as possible in between...

    Try to remain as calm as possible in between lifts and save my aggressive energy for the middle/end of the meet where it is really needed. Learned my lesson after trying to get to amped for squats...
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    Do you find a lot of carry over for the OHP? I...

    Do you find a lot of carry over for the OHP? I have added it back in recently but can't say if it has helped the bench at all
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    Hope to make it to one of Ed Coans seminars one...

    Hope to make it to one of Ed Coans seminars one day if he comes around here, even if the IPF wants to act retarded and try and ban lifters for meeting him
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    For a wider grip i find that using a thumbless...

    For a wider grip i find that using a thumbless grip can help to keep my wrists straight which in turn pulls my shoulders down into a tight position. I would give it a try
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    Alan Thrall is the man

    Alan Thrall is the man
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    creatine is one of the most tested and effective...

    creatine is one of the most tested and effective supplements. Beta alanine is moreso shown to increase endurance in high rep ranges (where most strength athletes don't go anyways but could be...
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    Used to get jack3d a decent amount but now just...

    Used to get jack3d a decent amount but now just coffee
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    Sorry if this is the wrong place to ask this. Great post! just wondering how/if this ties in with an RPE-based system?
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    Did a quick google search and found the pdf. Yeah...

    Did a quick google search and found the pdf. Yeah includes a good mix which would be best for a general athlete. Obviously not ideal for a strength athlete.
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    That is rough but good to finally get it...

    That is rough but good to finally get it diagnosed. Best of luck!
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