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Old 01-28-2013, 02:01 PM   #186
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Originally Posted by dwass325 View Post
Look up doggcrapp training. It's based on a similar idea, but with a few warm ups, followed by a max-effort rest/pause set, followed by a "widow maker" 20-rep set.

I don't like the idea of going max effort on the first set. I'd much rather let the engine warm up before flooring it.
Reading a thorough explanation now, thanks for the tip.

I completely agree with the engine analogy, I guess I didn't specify what warmups would consist of.

Typical squat warmup for instance:

Foam roll for 10 minutes to get loose
Goblet squat position, sitting in the hole also help loosen up

Warmup sets (% of top set weight)
25% x 5
40% x 5
60% x 3
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