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  • Good luck consistently taking legs to the level...

    Good luck consistently taking legs to the level of failure threshold required for huge legs using high rep ranges

    People’s concept of “failure” past 15 reps on legs is usually WAY off
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    I think about it very little, and i think a lot...

    I think about it very little, and i think a lot of people would be better off that way. Use the lats to stabilize, let the scap do it's thing.

    This is another good video, though more PL based...
  • Edit: I get it haha Anytime I see someone doing...

    Edit: I get it haha
    Anytime I see someone doing this and using "for quads" in the same sentence, I know they know nothing about basic biomechanics. This is the complete opposite of what you want for...
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    Sldl rdl

    Sldl
    rdl
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    This. All my training is top set in lower rep...

    This. All my training is top set in lower rep range followed by one or or more backoff sets with lower weight and higher rep range
  • Thread: Help Mass Legs

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    OP you just need time to get stronger. 150 lb...

    OP you just need time to get stronger. 150 lb squats aren't going to correlate to big legs. I'd recommend SSB, hack squat or pendulum squats as your main focus if the goal is leg development. If your...
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    Take adequate rest to attack the next set with...

    Take adequate rest to attack the next set with maximal intensity. Rest times irrelevant, that only thing that holds back gains is short rest periods
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    Absolutely not. Close variations are usually a...

    Absolutely not. Close variations are usually a much better tools than olympic barbells
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    SLDL and good morning is more hams Rdl and...

    SLDL and good morning is more hams

    Rdl and hip dom squat is more glute
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    I’ve never used one either. There’s one about 50...

    I’ve never used one either. There’s one about 50 minutes from me, gotta get a day pass sometime
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    Further to your point, if the goal is solely...

    Further to your point, if the goal is solely hypertrophy, and you have better tools available (pendulum, hack, SSB etc), I’d go as far as saying barbell back squats are completely unnecessary outside...
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    Completely dependent on the individual:...

    Completely dependent on the individual: structure, setup, bar type, execution etc

    Most people’s back squats are more glute and less quad
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    I thinks feeling the target muscle and mind...

    I thinks feeling the target muscle and mind muscle connection BS that’s spewed around is a bit different. I think Joe provides a lot better context in this one
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    Press on a high incline with elbows tucked....

    Press on a high incline with elbows tucked. There’s no reason to be pronated with a DB

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B6RmJ8mhb7m/?utm_medium=copy_link
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    limited loading is definitely a con if you're...

    limited loading is definitely a con if you're trying to build your shoulders. Arnolds are a garbage exercise to begin with. Just do DB shoulder presses bruh. srs
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    Lat training as a whole. Arm exercises ...

    Lat training as a whole.

    Arm exercises

    laterals and rear delt flyes is a tie
  • Method 1 for me. Never really hear of someone...

    Method 1 for me. Never really hear of someone taking the approach of method 2. I sometime end my workouts with some kind of metabolic/pump set which is usually a bit higher reps, so i guess that's...
  • The only time I’d ever intentionally use a...

    The only time I’d ever intentionally use a partial ROM would be in a metabolic type sequence at the end of a workout with the specific goal of overloading certain parts of the range

    Ie:

    A1...
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    Definitely let it heal before subjecting it to...

    Definitely let it heal before subjecting it to any appreciable loading. You'll just end up injured for longer by rushing things. It's way harder to lose muscle than it is to build it. Get whatever...
  • That sounds like an excellent way to just spin...

    That sounds like an excellent way to just spin your wheels. I think swapping exercises every 8 weeks is way too often.
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