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    Straight sets I thought always meant...

    using the same wieght for each working set.....correct ???
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    A straight set is a man and a woman.

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    No mention of Straight sets in there?
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    Line 4:

    "This practice of finishing all sets for an exercise before moving on to the next exercise, finishing each one in order until all prescribed exercises are done..."
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    Doh...so it doesn't mean using the same wieght...Thanks
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