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Old 09-10-2012, 07:03 PM   #734
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Originally Posted by JordanK91 View Post
Nice work al, 165x3 was the goal and you reached it so

Nice to see the BW coming down!
Thanks man but should be getting in more reps at that weight


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Originally Posted by ravimolasaria View Post
Great Squatting Mark ... But I'm confused a bit ... Squat as main exercise and also as assistance ... the variation is in wt. only or like Front / Back ... wide / narrow ...
Its the boring but big template im going with... If Jim wendler says to do it I will



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Originally Posted by Kuytrider View Post
Big squatting, losing weight and general ass-kickery, good stuff!
Thanks buddy but need to up my game


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Originally Posted by JTurner View Post
Decent squat numbers on the calorie deficit, especially the boring but big volume.
Training on a deficit is tough for me but hopefully ill adapt quickly



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Originally Posted by Squatter View Post
I can certainly understand the mentality and desire to hit numbers over prescribed. I reckon when we hit prescribed and no more we feel we haven't worked hard or enough because we just did the minimum. With that said, repping 365 lbs is never a minimum squat. Awesome work Mark!!
Thanks Jim, was doing sets of 5 at that weight during Smolov program so time to get back to that level



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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Still did some brutal work. 5x10 is never easy. Keep charging hard!
Thanks Steve, im liking that approach as it does not involve much thinking!





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I always want more than I get, too. But I think thats a good thing -- it keeps us hungry! Very strong work my friend!
Thanks Jen, as I was saying to Jim 5+ should be my level at 165kgs , time to get back there
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