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    Paul Becker - Cybergenics Chest Workout

    The method they taught is very tough and a lot of hard work, but a friend of mine that busted through a couple of plateaus using the Cybergenics Phase 1 chest routine.

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    How exatly is one to reach failure on the last exercise of a "no rest" circuit? This sounds like it would cause substrate accumulation and ultimatly lead to fatigue long before the muscles actually failed
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