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Old 06-05-2013, 04:16 PM   #165
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Hey gang, I am fully back in training and actually doing 6 sessions a week. 2 x leg days, 2 x back/chest, 1 x traps/delts and 1 x bis/tris. It may not be the best training template in the world but I don't kill myself on any session and feel no fatigue afterwards. I only squat once a week and don't deadlift because my piriformis is not up to scratch but I did my first RDL session in months last week and worked up to 110kg x 8 which isn't a million miles away from my all-time PR of 130kg x 6; this shocked me since I am 10kg lighter now than in those days!

I'm actually gunning for a 6-pack, not so much for the actual 'abz' but more for the low body fat. Once I get to that point, I can begin gaining strength in earnest. As things stand, I do 3 x ramping sets of 6 and if I make 8 reps on the highest weight, I bump things up. Training is about the only thing I'm enjoying right now so I'll be posting a wee bit more
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