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Old 02-03-2013, 08:17 AM   #1
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Default Building Blocks

Thanks to the input of the always helpful Fazc, I've decided to start over to prevent this continuing cycle of frustration and niggling injuries which is simply not going to stop until something gets done. As such, we've decided that I'm going back to basics completely and begin as a novice to fill in glaring gaps in my physique. This will hopefully improve conditioning, technique and eventually strength. I will begin like this with weights low enough to ensure my form gets dialled in.

Squat 3x12
Bench 3 x 12
SLDL 3 x 12 - Deads can come in when it's time for lower reps
Strict Press 3 x 12
Chins 3 x max (Can't do 12 chins in a set)
*I may add in 3x12 rows as well. As I have bench and OHP, I probably should have rows to go with the chins and SLDL. Rows are never a bad exercise to add.

The above will be done 3 times a week. Let the games begin!
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