|08-23-2013, 04:13 AM||#11|
focus: quads & upper back
Join Date: Feb 2013
Training Type: Powerbuilding
I think you should have no worries at all getting to - probably above - a 900lbs total in one year of hard work. Can't see why not.
I thoroughly recommend the 5/3/1 full body program from the "Beyond 5/3/1" e-book, in case you're open to a slightly different way of doing this. And if not that one, there are earlier versions in the 5/3/1 e-book and on Wendler's website, that would be pretty good too.
But either way, like I said, just keep at it. This is the most important thing: consistent hard work.
6'2", ~100kg (~220lbs). 40yo, training (with a few breaks) since my late 30s.
Squat 160kg (352.7lbs), Bench 112.5kg (248lbs), Deadlift 220kg (485lbs)
Strict Press 75kg (165.3lbs), Chinups +25kg (+55.1lbs)
My training log
|08-23-2013, 04:37 AM||#12|
Join Date: Apr 2013
Training Type: Wendler 531
Fav Exercise: Crunches of course
Fav Supp: A second plate
Thanks Dray! Yes, the most important thing is for me to stay consistent. If I can manage to do this and add 5kgs per cycle to each lift, I hit 900lbs in week 52! (so says excel).
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