I am in my second week of WWBR 1. Should both sets on all excersises be taken to failure? I use the heaviest weight I can do 6-8 reps with, and usually end up going to failure on the eigth rep. Should I be doing this??
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I did on WBB #1, I am on WBB #2.
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ROFL, oh man - I usually wait until I'm on the freeway to do that. What an idiot! -teufy doing what he does best.
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