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Old 11-23-2011, 10:12 AM   #1
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For those of you who have been following my log, you know that I’ve been doing an Upper/Lower split for the past year. I started out doing muscletrainerdh’s DULS routine then tweaked it to include Deadlift and OHP (B4ULS).

I have enjoyed both routines and I am very satisfied with the results, but I feel it's time to try some other forms of training. The options I have considered are: Reeves, 5-3-1 and Madcow. I’m not limiting myself to these choices but would like some input as to which routine might be a good fit for me. (I have done none of those mentioned, but I do have the 5-3-1 e-book.)

Long Term Goals:
Get bigger and stronger (duh!)
I plan to keep bulking to a target weight of 220-225.

Short(er) Term Goals:
Squat: 315 … (now repping 245)
Deadlift: 350 … (now repping 235)
Bench: 250 … (now repping 205)
OHP: 135 … (now repping 75+)

Please let me know what you think, and feel free to ask me anything.
If you think these goals are too modest, let me know that too.
I plan to start the new routine at the top of the new year.

Jim

Edit: Here's a link to my log for anyone who doesn't know me.
http://muscleandbrawn.com/forums/tra...-stronger.html
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