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Old 01-14-2012, 03:59 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by jasonjduke View Post
Plan for progression and grow into the weight on the bar.

To stay cut eat beans and whole grains. Avoid white flour and candy and juices as these are the culprits that make you soft in the belly and head.

Go for 8-12 reps if you want to go for the muscle build.

Squat
Bench
Row

Eat

Sleep

Repeat

After 3-4 months do 20 rep breathing squats like your life depended on it. Actually start light and work into the weight. This will kick your butt into the floor real easy. Work into the high reps squats.

An old school guy named Perry Rader was 120 pounds with elbows bigger than his biceps and knees bigger than his thighs. He did those 20 reppers and grew like a weed and put 100 pounds on 2 years and won several weightlifting competitions.

He was the one who founded the Iron Man mag.
while i don't agree exactly with all of this, i felt the need to mention that this post has something special about it. i won't ruin it by trying to describe it.
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My Training Journal 5' 8" Current BW 207 (94) lbs (kg)

20 JAN 12 at 200 (90) BW - 385/275/405 (175/125/184) SQ/B/D

29 MAY 12 at 206 (93) BW - 135/175 (61/79) SN/CJ
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