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    Quote Originally Posted by carl1174 View Post
    FWIW I dont think you need to do 10 reps of deadlifts before the 3x5, you are plenty warmed up from the squats and the deads (you are right to ramp) is only One work set at 5 reps to be honest. doing 10 reps at a lighter weight to start with could be counterproductive.

    Good work on the BHTNP I do them seated with no back rest and it feels much more comfortable and easier to set up than with a back rest.

    Looking good so far buddy

    Carl.
    This^^ No need to do a high rep warm up set for deads. Squats make an excellent warm up for deads. If you still want to do a warm up set, I would do 1-3 reps at 50% of the days working set.

    Great to see how well you are adjusting to this routine
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    Quote Originally Posted by BukAndrew View Post
    Nice to see a new log! Yesterday's workout looked great! Keep it up bud.
    Thanks for checking in Andrew! Hope you get to take your classes online while you are un-mobile and don't have to drop any
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squatter View Post
    This^^ No need to do a high rep warm up set for deads. Squats make an excellent warm up for deads. If you still want to do a warm up set, I would do 1-3 reps at 50% of the days working set.

    Great to see how well you are adjusting to this routine
    Thanks for the input Jim! I welcome all the advice I can get as this type routine is def new to me as far as the volume from start to finish!
    I want some boulders lol
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    Total: 545kg 1201.51lbs

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    i just started these routine too. it is humbling to say the least. i am just getting to my weights now and i am very weak. i just have to keep pushing.

    i over looked a lot of exercises bc i thought they were basic. i needed basic. all the situps and iso movements in the world are not going to do what i did in three weeks on this program with progression of the first 3 movements. GOOD LUCK!!!

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    Thanks for checking in XL! Yes big compounds are where it's at. Good luck with your progression
    You can lead a man to knowledge but you can't make him think

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    Total: 545kg 1201.51lbs

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    Decided to come in off the lake so I could check out this new log everyone is talking about
    Looks good, I am sure you will smash it!!
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    Diggin the new workout KD! Keep up the strong lifting brother.
    Follow my lifting log!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HDJoe View Post
    Decided to come in off the lake so I could check out this new log everyone is talking about
    Looks good, I am sure you will smash it!!
    Haha Joe I think that would be 77's Secret Agent Log Thanks for coming in from the lake anyway though Sounds like you had fun out there.

    Quote Originally Posted by linedriver465 View Post
    Diggin the new workout KD! Keep up the strong lifting brother.
    Thanks for checking in LD! New is the key word here haha. Will def keep it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KD5NFW View Post
    Week 1 Session 3: 60 minutes

    Squat:
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    12x155
    8x185 +30 lbs
    It is nice to actually feel my quads and hams getting worked.

    Deads:
    warmup 10x135, hopefully this doesn't count
    5x205
    5x245
    5x285
    All lifts double over grip. First time to dead in about 2 weeks so felt good to get them again.

    BTNP:
    12x95 +2
    12x95 +2
    12x95 +2
    Used the flat bench, no back. Felt more comfortable setting up. Lifts felt relatively easy. Will be upping weight next week.

    BB flat bench:
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    12x155
    12x155 +2
    Will up weight on third set next week.

    BB curls:
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    12x70 +10 lbs
    12x70 +10 lbs
    Will up weight 10 lbs next week and start with 8 reps.

    Chest dips:
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    Woohoo got those lat 2 reps back but had to fight for them!

    BB calf raises:
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    16x135 +1
    16x135 +1

    Abs:
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    BWx17 +1
    BWx17 +1

    Lat tower cable crunch
    70 lbs 2x16

    Rating 10/10. Starting to get used to the intensity of this routine. I am liking the way I feel afterwards. Feel like I have worked out for sure .
    Nice work, soon you will be at your working weights for everything.
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    Thanks Vin! I am getting pretty close to my working weights I think
    You can lead a man to knowledge but you can't make him think

    Meet PR's
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    New Routine KD? I like it. Sorry I haven't been around. Missed you dude!

    Keep killing it.
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    great job with the lifts. keep it up.

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    12 reps is a ***** coming from 5, isnt it? thats what i found out while doing reeves for the first time!

    good luck and have fun, i enjoy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palmer View Post
    New Routine KD? I like it. Sorry I haven't been around. Missed you dude!

    Keep killing it.
    Yep Palmer we gained a little strength now we're ready to get SWOLE

    Quote Originally Posted by xlarge18 View Post
    great job with the lifts. keep it up.
    Thanks XL! Will do!

    Quote Originally Posted by nate94gt View Post
    12 reps is a ***** coming from 5, isnt it? thats what i found out while doing reeves for the first time!

    good luck and have fun, i enjoy it.
    As that coona$$ Cleep keeps saying, "True Dat!!!" lol. First 8 are easy peazy but 9-12 make a man work We are enjoying it so far!
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    3-5 dont seem to build lactic acid. 9-12 was pain but man it sure worked to build some muscle.
    Currently doing "old school " a hybrid of good programs tailored to suit me.

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    I'm looking forward to adding some weight tomorrow but also dropping back to 8 reps on some exercises. Think I will leave the first set of BTNP at 95x12, but increase sets 2 and 3 to 8x100 and see how that feels.
    You can lead a man to knowledge but you can't make him think

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    Looking real strong!
    Pursuing progression with aggression
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    Quote Originally Posted by KD5NFW View Post
    I'm looking forward to adding some weight tomorrow but also dropping back to 8 reps on some exercises. Think I will leave the first set of BTNP at 95x12, but increase sets 2 and 3 to 8x100 and see how that feels.
    I was always looking forward to dropping back to 8 reps even adding weight. but then it builds up to 10+ reps and you are like damn, how much longer untill I can drop the weight?

    Thats why I switched routines but mostly it was my wife that was lagging and haveing a hard time. I changed routines to keep her motivation up but im sensing she is already losing it here.

    I think its time for her to get her hormones checked.

    I cant keep changing routines to please her and mess me up

    any way, my rant is over
    Currently doing "old school " a hybrid of good programs tailored to suit me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeventySeven View Post
    Looking real strong!
    Thanks 77 it's def a work in progress!

    Quote Originally Posted by CLEEPER View Post
    I was always looking forward to dropping back to 8 reps even adding weight. but then it builds up to 10+ reps and you are like damn, how much longer untill I can drop the weight?

    Thats why I switched routines but mostly it was my wife that was lagging and haveing a hard time. I changed routines to keep her motivation up but im sensing she is already losing it here.

    I think its time for her to get her hormones checked.

    I cant keep changing routines to please her and mess me up

    any way, my rant is over
    I think changing routines is fine if it keeps you motivated and eager to hit the gym. I don't like changing just for the sake of changing though. I like to give a routine at least 3-4 months to see how it's gonna work out.
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    Deadlift: 220kg 485.01lbs
    Total: 545kg 1201.51lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLEEPER View Post
    I was always looking forward to dropping back to 8 reps even adding weight. but then it builds up to 10+ reps and you are like damn, how much longer untill I can drop the weight?

    Thats why I switched routines but mostly it was my wife that was lagging and haveing a hard time. I changed routines to keep her motivation up but im sensing she is already losing it here.

    I think its time for her to get her hormones checked.

    I cant keep changing routines to please her and mess me up

    any way, my rant is over
    yeah, going back to 8 reps is the greatest thing in the world. the funny thing is, a lot of times the 3rd set on the drop back to 8 will be a new PR (for me anyways), and it felt easier than the previous weight w/ 12 reps

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    Quote Originally Posted by KD5NFW View Post
    Thanks 77 it's def a work in progress!



    I think changing routines is fine if it keeps you motivated and eager to hit the gym. I don't like changing just for the sake of changing though. I like to give a routine at least 3-4 months to see how it's gonna work out.
    she is having trouble with her knee from squatting. I think im going to start having her do lunges in place of squats, last thing I want is to see her crippled from squatting wrong .
    Currently doing "old school " a hybrid of good programs tailored to suit me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nate94gt View Post
    yeah, going back to 8 reps is the greatest thing in the world. the funny thing is, a lot of times the 3rd set on the drop back to 8 will be a new PR (for me anyways), and it felt easier than the previous weight w/ 12 reps
    Haha yeah 8 reps is a vacation after 12

    Quote Originally Posted by CLEEPER View Post
    she is having trouble with her knee from squatting. I think im going to start having her do lunges in place of squats, last thing I want is to see her crippled from squatting wrong .
    Lunges will def work the quads and hammies! Joe seems to have a lot of luck with DB goblet squats. I've never tried them though.
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    Total: 545kg 1201.51lbs

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    I may also get her back to doing her slim in 6 program thats simular to insanity but not near as brutal. Still a good cardio /arobics type routine. She has built quite a bit of muscle and just has that layer to get off of her. I may just have her lift 2 times a week with me to retain her muscle she has but maybe let her do lunges in place of squats or goblet squats.

    she loves the dead lifts and press move so ill just change hers up a little to where she can still lift with me.
    Currently doing "old school " a hybrid of good programs tailored to suit me.

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    Strong start Rich! Looks like a "swell" recipe for getting swole! Do it to it, man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLEEPER View Post
    I may also get her back to doing her slim in 6 program thats simular to insanity but not near as brutal. Still a good cardio /arobics type routine. She has built quite a bit of muscle and just has that layer to get off of her. I may just have her lift 2 times a week with me to retain her muscle she has but maybe let her do lunges in place of squats or goblet squats.

    she loves the dead lifts and press move so ill just change hers up a little to where she can still lift with me.
    Sounds like a solid plan Cleep. I still haven't figured out how to get my wife back to the gym

    Quote Originally Posted by Cuckoo View Post
    Strong start Rich! Looks like a "swell" recipe for getting swole! Do it to it, man!
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    Bench: 142.5kg 314.16lbs
    Deadlift: 220kg 485.01lbs
    Total: 545kg 1201.51lbs

 

 

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