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Old 06-04-2013, 06:40 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by leefarley View Post
nice work as usual WB.

don't take this the wrong way but I am not seeing anything different ?
Thanks Lee.

Your right, things are staying pretty much the same. The last 8 cycles in my previous log I been basing my Percents off my 1RM and adding 5-10lbs each cycle to my 1RM instead of Wendlers training max. (90% of my Max.) So what I wanted to do in this log is back off a little and do it the right way. I was getting away with a higher training max but, I was starting to miss some lifts and started struggling with some of the weight... Best do what Jim says by starting out a little light and build my way up. Hope that makes sense.

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Strong work, both sessions.

Is this "5/3/1 for Powerlifters"? Only heard about that one, but it looks like this could be that.
Thanks Dray.

Yes, I'll be following the Powerlifting version of 5/3/1. In my case It will be 3/5/1. It's basically the same as 5/3/1 but a couple small tweaks.
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