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    Default A Hierarchy of Variables in Strength Training

    by Andrew Lewis

    The more frivolous the subject, the more fervently people will argue about it. This is especially true about fitness. People get so bogged down in the details that they miss the important overarching concepts the forest for the trees...The foundation of training must be correct before digging deeper into the details.

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    I appreciate the clarity of the hierarchy and supporting rationale. I think this will be very useful to me. Thanks, Andrew!

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    I'm glad you liked it. The hierarchy took some time to make, but I think it's correct.

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    Andrew, I really liked this article. The 10 variables, the Tiers, and the explanations were excellent, and the guidance is sensible and very clear.

    Your web site is awesome, too, BTW. It's effective and promotional, but it's all truth. (And I had to laugh at the comprehensive guide and flow chart for "Which whey powder flavor you should buy"... Haha, more truth!)

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    Heh. Thank you so much. I appreciate it.

    It's really true though. I've tried a lot of whey powder and everything but chocolate, vanilla, and peanut butter taste bad. Usually too sweet.

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