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Old 06-09-2013, 07:46 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Off Road View Post
Cut that down to about 6 different [BIG] lifts and get brutally strong on them.
Do the squats, deadlifts, bench, rows, press and chins.
Skip the lunges, face pulls, dumbbell curls, calves and pull-overs. . .
All those little lifts are probably robbing progression from the big lifts, save them for when you advance.
This. You're doing way too much crap, and deadlifts and squats are getting the same attention as lunges and face pulls. This is no way to grow. Do one of the big lifts FIRST in your program, and do it heavy and hard. If you can still see straight when you're done hitting 1 or 2 big lifts then feel free to do a few sets of something else.

Don't do another lunge until you can squat twice your bodyweight, which is going to be a lot more than 260 if you do things right.

Also, you need to get on a seefood diet. That means if you see it, you eat it. Set new world records for protein intake, and when you're done training combine that protein with a mountain of carbs.
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