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    Quote Originally Posted by BRICKS View Post
    Gotta say, I just finished legs and the thought of facing the cage again in THREE days is giving me pause. Just curious, how hard are you training legs on you legs day that you could do additional squats on the other days, no matter how light?
    Legs are like Dynamite; you can tap on them all you want and get nothing but hit him hard once and... BOOM!
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    Quote Originally Posted by snake View Post
    Your squats do not exist in a vacuum. You're going to be taxing your entire body and I personally feel not only will your squat weight and leg size suffer but other parts along with it will soon succumb to this bad idea.

    But trying to be open minded about this; what is the goal?
    Just wanted to test the waters on some research I had done, aiming for 4-6 weeks to see if it would illicit a hormonal response as in give a little boost in test production/recovery. Obviously anything too taxing will lead to injury and fatigue so that would be the main concern/ reason not to give it a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seeker View Post
    the Bulgarian method was originally designed for Olympic lifters in eastern Europe training all day for the gold overseen and coached by some of the best Olympic trainers in the world. it was adapted and modified by powerlifters to a lesser but still pretty brutal program. gotta know what you're doing or you'll hurt yourself. lol
    Yup the powerlifters modified it and I figured Iíd bastardize that version a little more by but using less volume and intensity. A squat pattern after each work out. Only one day heavy low bar squats( heavy as in 5x5 or 5x3 with an rpe1-2.) That was where Iíd be going with it if I was to actually do it.

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    Iím sure everyone else is right... but since Iím not very bright, I do something like youíre suggesting.

    My go to warmup everyday is to do Cleans with alternating sets of presses or front squats. (No CrossFit comment Gibs!) I find it loosens my body up and gets my going. The only day I skip is two days after leg day since thatís when I really feel the leg workout.

    I canít lift nearly as heavy as most here but I double down on volume and my body has grown used to it. Just go a little lighter as youíre suggesting. Not sure it physically buys us much but I enjoy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyWoodCole View Post
    Hey do you have a link to this? Would also be interested in reading up on it myself, I'm always interested in new ways to get my quads bigger.
    Hit up front squats and high volume on the leg press for those quads if not doing so already...
    https://www.t-nation.com/training/ma...ifts-every-day

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    I don’t think I could bring myself to squat everyday. It’s bad enough the routine I’m using has days where you have to squat twice in one workout, but every damn day. Think I’ll pass lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle manny View Post
    Hit up front squats and high volume on the leg press for those quads if not doing so already...
    https://www.t-nation.com/training/ma...ifts-every-day
    Thanks Manny!

    I've always avoided front squats......guess I need to get them bitches going too.
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    Smolov...run it

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