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Unread 06-24-2015, 08:18 AM
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Unread 06-24-2015, 08:42 AM
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Thanks for the article. Good to see you revisiting topics where you've refined your opinion a bit over the years, or new studies have shed more light on the subject, or you're just bored and are taking the time to elaborate more on the original points.

One question: On the second table shouldn't Friday be the Upper L day?
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I don't know that my opinion has really changed. But I needed a quick update.
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lyle, i cannot access your main site.

"This webpage is not available

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keeps popping up.
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Lyle, how does the mass building variation (separate heavy and light days) compare with something like your specialization routines? You've mentioned that both are geared towards lifters with 4+ years under their belt. Are there specific reasons why someone would choose one over the other? Is the heavy/light for people who want to continue to see overall but slow progress while specialization is more of a way to bring up lagging parts up to speed?

In other words, if there's no specific area you want to focus on, is heavy/light a better long-term approach than rotating between specialization routines throughout the year?
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