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Old 01-25-2013, 09:32 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by 1morerep View Post
If I understand right....you only weight 100kg; however you ponly lift 110kg (242lbs). At this point ans some of you may not agree but I would concentrate in just get stronger..Routins like 5/3/1, 5x5 and other are techniques much advance than the mate in question. I'm pretty sure he is new to powerlifting. He was bite by the bug. Now he needs to get stronger. A lot of reps, a lot of accumulation training and good nutrition. WHY? Asssuming that those numbers are correct, He is barely lifting 1:1 in the bench, and 1:1.5 in DL & Squat.
I agree spiritthief has more strength potential to unlock but his lifts are balanced and good for basic intermediate lifters (we don't know lifting experience or body mass, etc).

Sufficient volume is often key to advancing strength (depending on the lifter's experience), but I think 5x5 is decent volume. 25 reps of squats, etc per session can get a lot done!
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