Push Pull Lower

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    Wade Wilson
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    Hey.

    I wanted to get your opinion on when you think it’s a good time to change exercises in a program. Do you try and milk that exercise for all it’s got until you hit a plateau? Or would providing a new stimulus/exercise be more beneficial? If level is dependent I’ve been training for 8 years.

    Thanks!

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    Joe
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    #47789
    Wade Wilson
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    Awesome thanks for the speedy response! I like your example of A+ and b exercises.

    Not sure if I should make another post for another question or you’ll see this one but anyways my next question is about your push pull legs program.

    I see later on in the weeks (I believe 3 onwards) you have a wide rep range with the first set being a tad bit heavier weight than the next set is a higher rep count. I’m assuming we’d drop the weight a tad and try and reach the rep range/count or we’re trying to get into that rep range before we add weight to the exercise. Anyways love to hear your thoughts on the methodology a bit more!

    Appreciate it

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    BryceBahm
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    Awesome thanks for the speedy response! I like your example of A+ and b exercises.
    Not sure if I should make another post for another question or you’ll see this one but anyways my next question is about your push pull legs program.
    I see later on in the weeks (I believe 3 onwards) you have a wide rep range with the first set being a tad bit heavier weight than the next set is a higher rep count. I’m assuming we’d drop the weight a tad and try and reach the rep range/count or we’re trying to get into that rep range before we add weight to the exercise. Anyways love to hear your thoughts on the methodology a bit more!
    Appreciate it

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