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    Quote Originally Posted by ATLRigger View Post
    The dude in the video seems to advocate dynamic benching as a way to avoid injury over time.
    Yes. Sustainability is another benefit of dynamic bench. Lighter weight for triples, between 9-15 sets, and less than a minute rest time. Lots of volume in a short amount of time.

    Dynamic squatting is based pretty much on the same principles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metalhead1 View Post
    Yes. Sustainability is another benefit of dynamic bench. Lighter weight for triples, between 9-15 sets, and less than a minute rest time. Lots of volume in a short amount of time.

    Dynamic squatting is based pretty much on the same principles.
    Speed squats were harder then max effort for me!
    Knock Em Down and Keep Em Down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFGiants View Post
    Speed squats were harder then max effort for me!
    Me too. The limited rest times, and multiple sets of doubles, or 5's tend to kick my ass each week. I'm usually ok in the 50-55% range, with the resistance shit, but 60% has become my least favorite part of the waves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metalhead1 View Post
    Me too. The limited rest times, and multiple sets of doubles, or 5's tend to kick my ass each week. I'm usually ok in the 50-55% range, with the resistance shit, but 60% has become my least favorite part of the waves.
    Coach would claim it's the volume kicking are ass with shorts rest, bench easy peasy, squat was a motherfuker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SFGiants View Post
    Coach would claim it's the volume kicking are ass with shorts rest, bench easy peasy, squat was a motherfuker.
    For sure. It's definitely more taxing than dynamic bench. Kind of why I swap repetition bench in every now and then. More technique work, and volume.

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