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    Reaching goals, breaking plateaus

    I've been stuck at a plateau for years, have a few questions:

    1. Let us say you did a bench press and did 120 lbs x 3 sets of 6. The next time you lift, must you increase weight or reps to make progress? What if you physically cant?

    2. Will muscle growth through high reps EVER lead to increased strength? or can strength gains ONLY be made through low reps?

    3. Is it possible to make size gains for a long period of time without ever changing your routine at all?

    Thanks!

    EC
    Last edited by Eric Cartman; 06-29-2007 at 10:03 PM.

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