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Old 10-18-2009, 04:01 AM   #28
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Originally Posted by MuscleandBrawn View Post
Here's what I'm starting with.

Simple progression. Go up in weights when I hit 10 reps for all sets. I like the 6-10 rep range, so I'm sticking primarily with that.

I am going to workout every third day with an AB split.

WORKOUT A

Sumo Deadlifts. 6-10 singles, limited rest between reps. Work up by one rep per workout. When I hit 10 singles, I add 10 pounds to the bar.
Front Squats. 2 x 6-10
Seated Overhead Press. 3 x 6-10
Incline DB Press. 2 x 6-10 (This might change...I tried it today and I hate getting the DBs into position. I might do flat bench DB instead.
T-Bar Rows. 2 x 6-10
Seated BB Curls. 2 x 6-10

NOTES. 12 sets. Debated whether to use regular deadlifts, but since I'm getting enough back workout, though the sumo focus on hammies would work better.

WORKOUT B

Squats. 3 x 6-10, narrow stance. I might move ceiling to 15 reps.
RDLs. 2 x 10-15. I like lower weight, higher reps on these suckers.
Bench Press. 3 x 6-10
Upright Rows. 2 x 6-10. What can I say...this is a pet exercise.
Yates Rows. 2 x 6-10
Closegrip bench. 2 x 6-10

NOTES. 14 sets.
solid looking plan. I like upright rows as well.

Last edited by glwanabe; 10-18-2009 at 04:25 AM.
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