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Old 04-20-2012, 03:56 PM   #7
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This is personal, so might no work for you, but this is how I would go for a PB on my bench. I find it easy thinking about how to approach it as I always go in knowing what I'm currently sitting at and want to hit. If you have no idea then it's a little more difficult, tis a case of judging how each rep/set feels and increasing it accordingly.

All numbers are in kg, so this post might be ultra-useless.

20x15x2 sets
60x5x2 sets
80x3
100x3x2 sets
115x3
130x1
145x1
155x1
165x1
175x1 - PB attempt
180x1 - second PB attempt

Might be too many reps for some people (and maybe for me??), but that kind of approach has worked thus far.
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