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    (style @ Apr. 22 2006,09:57)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">why would you use an increment that small? Would it really make a difference?</div>
    My schedule calls for some 5lb increments for dumbells when I have no more room for plates or am out of small plates...or...
    If it looks like I&#39;m gonna get my lift easily and don&#39;t want to go into the next bracket - the magnets add a touch.
    I do because I can.
    I can because I do.

    Squat, bench, chin, deadlift, dip, row. The rest is secondary.
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    I read somewhere that above 100 lbs the your CNS will not percieve a 1 lb increase in weight. SOme use this to get over plateaus by adding &quot;fractional poundage&quot;

    I have seen magnets in many gyms as well as these:

    http://www.fractionalplates.com/cgi-bin....gno=1.2



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