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Old 03-13-2010, 03:23 PM   #1
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So my last journal was a madcows template somewhat after a while it fell apart with track season and musical so now I'm restarting a set progression. Madcows is a great way for any of you to train and I recommend it 100% it's great intermediate linear progression.

This set progression includes taking main movements and the latest numbers I've hit:
Squat 190x5
Deadlift 225x5 [going to start using picture perfect form I just realized how off my current form is this was actually a part struggle]
Bench Press 165x3
Close Grip BP 145x5
BTN Push Presh 145x4
Overhead Press ???
Squat Clean ???
Full Snatch ???[learning form in both of these]
Front Squat 155x7
Cheat Rows 185x7
Pullups x10 [adding weight next time]

Basically it is somewhat like Max OT but instead of 4-6 I'm using 3-5 as Max OT is a mix strength and mass program but I'd like more strength and I love hitting triples probably more than anything else lol.

So as soon as I hit 5 reps you add weight and go for 3 until you get five. Ideally I'd love to do fullbody A B C with this or A B butttt the way the throwers go we do push pull legs so I'm not really sure how everything's gonna work but so far I'm pretty confident with this. So lets grab things and lift them 3-5 times
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