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    5x5 abs

    Doing a 5x5 approach to abs , good idea or not ?
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    In 5x5, the sets are usually ramped in difficulty with pre planned loadings. At least that's how Madcow does it. But I am not sure how you will effect that degree of control over the effort involved in a crunch.

    Just do 2x10 or 3x10 ab wheel rollouts IMO
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    Originally Posted by JustinRideout View Post
    Doing a 5x5 approach to abs , good idea or not ?
    sure 5x5 of squats and deads is a great idea
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