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Old 10-11-2010, 09:18 PM   #134
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Default Max Effort- Upper Body

Sorry I was MIA for the past couple weeks. I started WS4SB last week and I am really enjoying it. I have added an extra lift or two just to add a little volume to bodyparts I feel need a little bit more work to help me improve before hitting the stage next year.

Barbell bench-135x5,185x5,205x5,225x3,255x3,265x3,270x2

Incline DB(2 Sets max reps)-70x30(this took the breath out of me lol),75x20

Close Grip Pulldown-180x8(3 Sets) I added these in for extra back work

T Bar Rows-195x10,225x8,225x10

DB Curls-50x9,50x7,40x12

Barbell Shrugs-315x10,315x10,315x8
Superset with
V Bar Pressdown-3 sets (Finished with stack for 15 reps)

Shoulder Prehab

Today was a really good workout. I was a little disappointed at my bench, but I have never ran a program or training split to try to increase it. This should help me push more weight. Also switching from more of a bodybuilding style to a powerlifting one is a big difference for me. I am going to really have to practice my form... ALOT!! I new to this type of training, but I am really enjoying it so far. I wish I would have made the switch sooner
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