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    wv2de is offline Senior Member
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    Hello everyone,
    I'm trying the ' armed and dangerous' workout, just the first two lifts. How should I increase the weight on the bb curl from week to week? Thanks!!

    Randy
    Loose - http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/loose
    --1 b.(2) : having relative freedom of movement

    Lose - http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lose
    --6 : to cause the loss of

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    I am reading BB and love the book. Your question has me wondering also. BUT - the recommended sets & reps : 2-4x3-10 per level tells you how to structure a training session. As for week to week my hunch is that you read up on the Section Two - TRAINING PLANNING. There it is laid out somewhere in the Periodization and Cycling (and I am still trying to wrap my brain around this) . Read up on Volume/Intensity Relationship that is also in Section Two. My guess is that the individual derives info from the Section Two- TRAINING PLANNING and applies to whatever plan/program they chose in the book that suits their needs..But that is my guess and I MAY BE COMPLETELY WRONG ABOUT THIS!!...Someone with more vast knowledge please chime in and lead us in the right direction...thanks...Dennis

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    wv2de is offline Senior Member
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    Thanks, good idea. I'm just bumping up the weight 5lbs when it seems to keep the reps in the right range. Any other ideas from dragon door land?
    Loose - http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/loose
    --1 b.(2) : having relative freedom of movement

    Lose - http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lose
    --6 : to cause the loss of

    "To loose fat, one must simply unbuckle one's belt; to lose fat, one must tighten it." - wv

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