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Old 11-21-2011, 07:59 PM   #112
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Thinking about a simplified variation of the program, not for me specifically, but merely as an option. This variation would focus on increased intensity throughout the 2 week heavy training period via the addition of reps. After the deload, weight would be added and the rep cycle would start again. Like this:

Day 1 - Squats 5 singles, Bench 5 singles
Day 2 - Deadlift 5 singles, OHP 5 singles
Day 3 - Squats 6 singles, Bench 6 singles
Day 4 - Deadlift 6 singles, OHP 6 singles
Day 5 - Squats 7 singles, Bench 7 singles
Day 6 - Deadlift 7 singles, OHP 7 singles
Day 7 - OFF

Day 8 - Squats 8 singles, Bench 8 singles
Day 9 - Deadlift 8 singles, OHP 8 singles
Day 10 - Squats 9 singles, Bench 9 singles
Day 11 - Deadlift 9 singles, OHP 9 singles
Day 12 - Squats 10 singles, Bench 10 singles
Day 13 - Deadlift 10 singles, OHP 10 singles
Day 14 - OFF

Deload week.

Start over with weight addition.
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