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Old 02-05-2010, 04:25 PM   #123
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todays workout was very unplanned/unexpected. I walked into the gym assuming id be doing by "a" day doing squats bench and deads but i started squats and just wasn't having any fun, my form sucked, the weight felt too heavy so i ended squats. I realized i haven't really been having much fun doing this routine and its time for a change, I'd just rather do something i really enjoy. I used to train with a split routine which i really had fun doing, but i wasn't very serious about it. I've decided next week i'm going to start a 4 day split posted on this site, it looks fun and like something i can really stick to for a long time and be serious about.

Here's the link: Muscle and Brawn Split Program

i'm going to push myself every workout to progress and i feel like i'll have alot of fun on this routine

after doing squats today i felt like maxing out on bench, so i did. 165, new PR

i also haven't really been enjoying the low rep sets so i'd like to try some higher rep sets
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_________Goals:__
Squat:______275
Deadlift:_____315
Bench:______185
Press:_______135

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