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    Is the numbers beside the exercise the reps for each set? It's strange. Changes from low - high - low - high .... And sets change from 5 - 2 ?
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    Originally Posted by STEGODYT View Post
    Is the numbers beside the exercise the reps for each set? It's strange. Changes from low - high - low - high .... And sets change from 5 - 2 ?
    I think he meant for the first number to be the amount of sets per exercise, and the numbers separated by commas represent the actual number of reps. For instance, in SERIES 1 it reads like this:

    Deadlifts (overhand grip) 4 8,6,4,12

    Which I interpreted as:

    WTx8rep
    WTx6rep
    WTx4rep
    WTx12rep

    Kneeling pulldowns (underhand grip) 4 12

    Which I interpreted as:

    WTx12rep
    WTX12rep
    WTx12rep
    WTx12rep

    I hope that helps (and that I'm correct!)!!!!

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