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Old 09-09-2013, 12:26 PM   #6
Adamite1114
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I had totally forgotten the connection between bench and front delt raises I'll have to address that and the number of sets before I go in today. I'm am progressing in weight almost every time I go in. On heavy sets if you can do three sets for five reps with a set weight then go up the next week. This progression has been working very well for me. I've been doing this workout for only a few weeks now. Currently I am at a 230 squat, a 160 bench, and 185 deadlift. My goals are to get my squat up to 300 in fourteen weeks, my bench to 200 in nine weeks, and my deadlift to 200 in 4-8 weeks.
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