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Old 02-25-2013, 07:14 PM   #1
prstylee
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Default Prstylee's Log First time writting it down.

Decided to start my first training log will be doing a Fullbody 3 times a week lay out below I have been doing the layout below for about 8 weeks. Replaced the Bench Press with DB presses and Barbel Rows with Seated Rows until work injury heals which will hopefully be this weekend when I can start pressing again going on 3rd week with the changes cant wait to start back on bench but will be resetting until I am sure I do not worsen or re-injure myself.

Sunday - Tuesday - Thursday

Workout A
Squats - 2x5 warm up sets, 3x6-10
Flat Bench Presses 2x5 warm up sets, 3x6-10
Wide Grip Pullups 3x6-10
Lying French Press 3x6-10
Standing Barbell Curl 3x6-10
Lateral Raises 3x10-12
Standing Calf Raises 3x10-25
Ab work 2x12-15

Workout B
Squats - 2x5 warm up sets, 3x6-10
Incline Bench Presses 2x5 warm up 3x6-10
Barbell Rows 3x6-10
Tricep Pushdown 3x6-10
Seated Dumbbell Curl 3x6-10
Rear Delt Raises 3x10-12
Standing Calf Raises 3x10-25
Ab work 2x12-15

Deadlift 5x5 Ramp up to max working set, end up doing deads every other day, end up going for a new 1RM then the following day it falls on go for 85% for 5, next day it falls on for 75%(emphasis on form/grip improvements as needed) then following session aim for a new max.


I am currently cutting until I get to 170lbs at 181lbs at the moment once I hit my goal gonna aim to stay at weight/maintenance for a month or a little more then aim to slowly put on some weight from there.
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