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Old 03-13-2012, 12:36 PM   #122
BendtheBar
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I was pleased with the workout. Will have to start upping the weight and training harder as progress seems to be slowly stalling
With your style of program you should be focused on trying to push on every set for as many reps as possible, stopping shy of failure. You aren't stalling right now. Either your program is too unfocused, you're undereating, or you have goals that aren't reasonable.

Adding one rep to an exercise per 3 weeks out of 4 will get you beastly strong and big in 4 to 5 years. Progress always lows right out of the gate and will continue to slow over time, but you won't reach an extended stall for a very, very long time if you have a focused program and proper food intake.

If you need some help refining things, we'd love to give you some feedback. If interested start a thread. The guys here know there stuff and can get you locked down and rocking in no time.
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