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Old 01-14-2010, 08:27 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
It's a fine line. I ran a program like this in early 2008:

60% x 5
70% x 4 x 2
80% x 3 x 2
90% x 2 x 2

And then I bumped the percentage by 5% the next week and did singles with 95. Then bumped it 5% the next week with singles, etc. It really worked wonders on my total, but after a month my back was fried.

Anyway...I always know when I'm doing good because I'm walking that fine line.
That is a pretty cool looking progression but I am not sure how often I will do conventional deadlifts on C&P, the focus will be more on squatting and I want to include other forms of deadlifts too.

But squatting 3 times a week is a lot too, so wednesday may be a light squat day and focus on a heavy pull and have monday and friday focus on the squat.
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