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Old 08-15-2012, 11:32 PM   #1
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Default Stupid powerlifting question

If I want to try powerlifting should I change to a specific workout routine or just keep doing what I'm doing and get stronger? I use a 4 day split for beginners I found in Flex magazine. It has 7 exercises and 21 sets per day and looks like this:
  • Monday Chest and triceps
  • Tuesday Legs
  • Thursday Shoulders and biceps
  • Friday Back, traps and abs

I squat and bench press but only do still leg deadlifts. My squat is 275 x 6 and my bench press is 205 x 5.

Please let me know if I should change anything.
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