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Old 08-26-2011, 03:22 PM   #17
BendtheBar
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I don't want to derail you from what's already been said. Just wanted to post what I will be doing. I am going to work the pull, squat, push program 3 days per week with 1-2 accessory lifts.

Instead of sticking to a schedule of lifts, I am going to draw from a pre-determined pool and work what I feel like that day...light, heavy, pump, singles, whatever.

Squats pool will be squats, box squats, front squats, zercher squats and godlet squats.

Push will be bench variations and OHP variations.

Pull with be deadlift variations, power cleans, power snatches, high pulls.

Accessory will be bodyweight, rows, side bends, abs, closegrip bench, curls, whatever.

I am setting some parameters...one bench and OHP session per week. One squat session per week minimum. One deadlift session minimum every 2 weeks.

This can be a hard approach to pull off. You really need to work hard and make sure you are progressing on some level.
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