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Old 03-22-2008, 06:23 PM   #1
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I was looking at some power barbells and elitefts advertises a different barbell for squats, deads, and benches. Is this all necessary or is it a scam.
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Old 03-22-2008, 06:40 PM   #2
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Why are you looking at all this merchandise? You just said in another thread you're too young to take creatine...so why are you dicking around with elitefts and apt?

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well im on spring break for starters and im really! bored but i'm planing on majoring in a training field in college and love learning about new stuff,i always try to further my knowledge
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i'm planing on majoring in a training field in college and love learning about new stuff,i always try to further my knowledge
Read some books or journals about training...not what kind of barbell is on sale this month
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k, r u getting annoyed with my questions? jw
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No, just the topic of them
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haha ok, how bout this one, i need to add ibs to my Bench Press fast, should i use 5x5 or a speed routine,
-i also have combine coming up that i have to BP one weight as many time as possible, how should i increase endurance
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How much experience do you have? and what's your bench at?
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well, iv been benching for about a year (minus fball season bout 3 months off) and i know how to do most routines, i also can use chains but am not quite sure how to use bands
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Why not try a board press? Bands work the same as chains, hook em on the ends, except with bands you gotta hook one end to the ground or to the bench as well.
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