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Old 12-06-2010, 05:34 PM   #15
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Squats-
125x12
125x12
125x12 felt great. getting used to high reps

BB Rows-
75x12
75x12
75x12 great form

BTN Press-
65x12
65x12
65x12 so awesome! i love these. they felt hard last week so i was only gonna add one rep but i felt so great i just did 12 for all 3 sets

Bench-
85x12
85x12
85x12 this was tough...since i don't care much about bench i'm gonna leave it here for a while and maybe increase 5 lbs every other week

BB Curl-
30x12
30x12
30x12

Dips-
BWx4
BWx4
BWx4
BWx4 total volume went up 1 rep. thats the plan till I get 5 sets of 10, gonna be a long journey

great workout again, felt real pumped up, the 12 rep day was hard as hell. 8 reps per exercise is much easier.

is it okay if i progress reps on some exercises faster than others? for example I increase squats 5-10 pounds every week as follows:
Day 1: 8 reps
Day 2: 10 reps
Day 3: 12 reps

but at the same time, my BTN press might only move 1 rep per day so i'd increase weight every 5th workout...is it okay to have weight added sporadically like that?
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