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Old 07-05-2011, 12:58 PM   #21
Trey Williams
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Re: Intermediate Linear Progression + Conditioning

Originally Posted by Ryan Dell Whitley View Post
But if you can still make consistent linear gains why not get as strong as possible as quickly as possible before moving to something else?
This. Thanks for the advice.
M/20/6'3/200 Dead: 525 Squat: 385 Bench: 245 Power Clean: 265
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