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Old 10-19-2008, 07:17 PM
EricT EricT is offline
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But of course. And basically I've realized that you can get your 5x5's off the net, run it, and move the hell on

But the chapter on injuries is enough to just make me barf, really. It's disgusting. This is the "appeal to authority" I was complaining about. Yeah, I used to thing that stuff was so much better than what I knew up to that time..then I gradually learned more. Is there a lot of good in it? Of course. But do not take it like a bible, because it is far from it.

I tried to tell someone this and I KNOW they did not believe me. That if I took you as a novice and taught you the bench press. No set reps and sets. Just low reps for quality really concentrating on learning the movement. Putting tiny bits on the bar. Completely informal...the next time you will be better at bench press. There is nothing magical about a beginner getting better at something if they have recieved good instruction.
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If you act sanctimonious I will just list out your logical fallacies until you get pissed off and spew blasphemous remarks.
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