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  1. Hi Wesly,

    Thank you for all the videos. I find it very instructive and motivating in relation to my own training. 
    I have some additionally questions, which I hope you will find the time and desire to answer:

    – I noticed that you increase the weight progressively in your sets. Do you recommend finishing on a maximum set in general, or finding a maximum weight and then working multiple sets with that weight? I usually prefer the last option, but i am interested in your point of view. I know there are divided opinions on this.

    – In addittion, do you follow a program slavishly over time with the same exercises, for example 12 weeks, and then change the exercises to each muscle group, or is your program different from day to day for the different muscle groups?

    Thank you very much in advance.

    Best regards,
    Nick

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