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Old 09-08-2012, 03:10 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Nice work. What is the weight you are using and how is the progression coming along?
You won't believe steve, but due to the knee caps' pain and the trauma I have been in for few months. I have decided to go on very slowly now.

For the last 2 weeks since I started, I have not changed the weight I do. I use 10 lb DBs and doing as far as 40 reps in the initial sets of Bench Press, 25 reps for squats and 20 reps for Sumo DL's.

Today, (Week 3) I will increase the weight by 50.0% for all lifts.

Thanks for your help Steve.

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one step at a time and you need not to look back ... keep lifting Ashish ...
Thanks Ravi, for all the support. You are a great friend.
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