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Old 09-17-2009, 08:15 AM   #1
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Default HFT and 2-day split

Hey guys, as you can tell, I'm very new here (joined yesterday), but it really feels like there are guys (haven't seen any chics yet) here that both, get after it and know what the f*ck they're talking about. Cool place so far.

That said, I want you to know that I don't SPAM the boards just to promote my own website. I want you to know, because, well, new members to boards usually have to earn respect, and I AM about to post a link to my site. It's not because I'm a shameless self-promoter (well, not on message boards anyways), but I haven't gotten a lot of feedback on my site about it, and I AM looking for educated opinions.

Ok, enough of that "online community political correctness" bullshit. Here's my f*cking quesion...

I've got a powerlifting meet coming up this weekend and have been training 4 days/week (nothing unusual bout that). I'm currently a desk jockey trying to make a career change. Training takes up so much time that I haven't been able to focus on this career change. So, I wrote myself an HFT and 2-day split.

For only 2 days/week, I have some lofty goals, but I have confidence this is going to work. My goals are fat loss, maintain current strength, and develop a fuller chest. (I weigh 180 and can bench 300, but my chest still looks like a 12 year old's. Sad.)

The program is linked in a downloadable spreadsheet at the bottom of the page. As I said, I'm looking for agreements, criticism, suggestions....anything.

Thanks guys!!

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