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Old 03-23-2010, 08:09 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
I mean that as long as you are progressing over time - adding more weight - you will be maximizing the approach. I'm not implying that progression has to be fast - it doesn't. I work one rep at a time, and I always use good form. I've always focused on solid form.
Oh yeah. I am still on track to reaching my 6 mon. goals. If I can add atleast 10lbs a month I will be there. my goal weight isn't one rep max. They are for workout weight.
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Exercise: . . . . . . . .Current/6 mon./12 mon.
SQUATS: . . . . . . . . . . 250/270/360
BENCH PRESS:. . . . . . . 175/200/275
DEAD LIFTS: . . . . . . . .255/300/435
OVERHEAD PRESS: . . . . 110/135/170


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