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Old 12-24-2009, 03:27 PM   #61 (permalink)
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I liked a lot of this post in theory, if not--for me--in application. There was a great logical progression to all of it, but I neglected to see anything about isometric workouts for strength building. I know for a fact that isometrics work because I've been doing them for years. I mean. I'm 202 lbs and can bench over three hundred and my day to day workout is almost excusively isometric.

That's not to say that the workouts presented within this post aren't good. They're in fact well thought out and organized as well as likely really effective, but I would have enjoyed another kind of workout mentioned a bit.
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