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Old 08-12-2010, 11:26 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by IronManlet View Post
You'll be able to find out if you still get beginner gains pretty quick; usually they don't stop after 4 months. I think you're good for a 235 Bench and 385 Deadlift if you max now; not sure about your Squat, since it wasn't to depth.

I would also suggest maxing on OHP, since it will be an important accessory movement.

ARe you aiming to compete in the 181lb or 198lb class in the future? One requires a bulk, the other one maintenance.
More than likely 198 since it seems that being able to eat will help me get stronger. Or am I way off?
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