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Old 11-30-2012, 02:41 PM   #131
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Originally Posted by dabears View Post
An example weight selection (and progression) for the 6-8 rep range would be a weight that I feel I could get 8 reps with first set and fall off after... so say I can do 8 reps of 60lb DB incline chest press first set, I get 7 the next, then 6... I know next week that I want to keep the same weight, but hit 8-8-8, or even 8-8-7 etc... when I can get at least two back to back sets same reps then I move up slightly in weight to keep me within the 6-8 range... hope that made sense.
You're thinking very linear. You can't assume linear progression. Sometimes you don't sleep well, or will miss a meal, get in a fight with your gf, etc.

Just push yourself. Planning to always get better is fine, but I wouldn't put too much effort into planning out that linear growth.
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