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Old 06-18-2012, 03:01 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by WilldBill'88 View Post
I dont necessarily have a goal of how much I want to Bench, Squat or Deadlift at the time. I do however, want to keep increasing my numbers. Cause I know I wont get bigger or stronger unless I keep adding weight.
Goals are good to have. Yes, you have to keep adding weight (or possibly reps) to get stronger. So how do you decide when to add weight? That would be your progression plan. For instance, on my routine I am adding 5# a week. At some point I won't be able to do that anymore and I will have to revise my plan.
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