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Old 03-08-2012, 11:46 PM   #11
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What kind of stats are you looking for?

Height: 6'1
Weight: 204 (a little over what I actually am had a cheat meal the day before)
Bench: 300
Squat: 405ish
deads: unsure but 495x3

and thanks a lot OR!

Also in the Pic I'm about 190ish
Those stats. ^

You've got some impressive lifts. At 6'1" 240lbs is quite athletic for your height. It's not "huge" nor "small", but seems it would give you a good compromise between strength, conditioning and speed and that's exactly what I am looking for.
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The ladders are how I got my reps up! Now I can bang out 17 in a row!
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Ladders work really well. I posted another method a while back that really got my reps up (from 6 to 11) in a short time. It basically used heavy singles and doubles with heavy db rows.
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Ladders work really well. I posted another method a while back that really got my reps up (from 6 to 11) in a short time. It basically used heavy singles and doubles with heavy db rows.
Rows do a good job of retracting the scapula and training the external rotators of the humerus. In the pulling process, the lats are stimulated and this has positive carryover into pullups. That's one of the reasons I feel rows are such an important exercise. Deadlifts, rows, and pullups all compliment each other.
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