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Old 03-22-2012, 07:42 AM   #518
Fazc
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Quick update:

Initially I/we started off with 3 variations of each powerlift per week, split up into 6 sessions per week. Sort of an A/B split.

After that morning sessions were introduced and I stayed with this for a good long while.

After that I carried on the A/B split but added in some additional sessions. Bringing my overall frequency to 4*weekly. This phase didn't last long, it made the routine somewhat haphazard.

Now, I've let go of the A/B split and turned to full body routines comprised of mainly Bench/Squat/Dead variations and a lot of raw work.

As of right now, it's looking more like this:

Sunday -

Equipped Bench, Equipped Squat, Equipped Dead

Monday -

Raw Bench, Raw Squat, Raw Dead variation

Tuesday -

Snatch, Push Press, Bent Row

Wednesday -

Banded Bench, Banded Squat, Banded Dead

Thursday -

Raw Bench, Raw Squat, Raw Dead variation

Friday -

Clean, Press, Bent Row

Each exercise is done upto a daily max, be it either a top single or top set. Back offs are usually done with an alternate exercise, usually by starting low and building back up again.

At the moment this seems very easy to recover from.
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