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    Default New Workout - Rippetoe Wichita Falls Novice Program

    Rippetoe Wichita Falls Novice Program

    This routine is taught by Mark Rippetoe, but isn't available in his book Starting Strength. This 5x5 program is for beginners, and builds size and strength.
    http://www.muscleandstrength.com/wor...e-program.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by BendTheBar View Post
    Rippetoe Wichita Falls Novice Program



    http://www.muscleandstrength.com/wor...e-program.html
    Legit bread and butter routine right there. I might give this program a go in a few weeks for a change of pace and to get my big 3 up!

    Edit: would you recommend ramping up/warm up sets for just squats or for every exercise?
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    Quote Originally Posted by linedriver465 View Post
    Legit bread and butter routine right there. I might give this program a go in a few weeks for a change of pace and to get my big 3 up!

    Edit: would you recommend ramping up/warm up sets for just squats or for every exercise?
    I recommend you read starting strength and practical programming. There is a lot you can get out of those books that you don't get out of this write up. You could also get a little bit of info from my log.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJosh View Post
    I recommend you read starting strength and practical programming. There is a lot you can get out of those books that you don't get out of this write up. You could also get a little bit of info from my log.
    Will do chief. First I gotta get a little cash moneys.
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    Just a note that this program is not from Starting Strength.
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    No, but it's basically the same concept. And the books will help fill in some gaps. Great job, getting this routine up on the site!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJosh View Post
    No, but it's basically the same concept. And the books will help fill in some gaps. Great job, getting this routine up on the site!
    You're welcome.

    I just wanted to make sure that any folks who weren't familiar with SS knew that this wasn't "the" program

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