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Old 02-04-2013, 11:33 AM   #131
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No, what you really need right now is to get a lot stronger on the primary movements. That is paramount. Anything else is a distraction.

If he doesn't understand this then I would filter his advice. Many guys don't understand how important this is.

This. You have a whole family of people here that are willing to help you with your journey. Sounds like what he's telling you isn't working with your current goals. So just definitely filter the advice and do what you know is right. If you have questions, ask here.
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Only advice i accept is that of the members here

Im also on 3x3 program, curious as to why you bench first then squat and DL
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Old 02-04-2013, 12:31 PM   #133
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Im also on 3x3 program, curious as to why you bench first then squat and DL
It just about preference, no particular reason Mark.
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Ah i see, fair enough, i thought i had it wrong.

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Old 02-05-2013, 12:07 AM   #135
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It just about preference, no particular reason Mark.
When I did the 3x3, I always started with DL, then bench, followed by Squats. My reason was because I always needed to be fresh to get through the massive sets of DL'ing.
Sometimes I would start with squats, but usually had a hard time when I got to DL.
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Week 2 Day 1
Stretching 8 - 10 mins

Bench Press 6 sets
Warm up sets with bar x15 x15

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10x10 kgs 8x15 kgs 7x20 kgs 5x25 kgs 3x30 kgs 3x30 kgs

Squats 5 sets
10x20 kgs 8x30 kgs 5x40 kgs 3x50 kgs 3x50 kgs

Unfortunately, my blood pressure went low after squats and had to take a break and wait to start Deadlifts.

I put weight at the bar for deadlifting but could not continue after a set and aborted the training .
Good session Ashish ... take care and listen to your body first. Hopefully the sickness is not there but weakness might be. So start slow and once you get in the groove you can start it all over again.

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Good session Ashish ... take care and listen to your body first. Hopefully the sickness is not there but weakness might be. So start slow and once you get in the groove you can start it all over again.


I'm already filtered out after reading the caption ... Stay healthy brother ...
Thanks Ravi, will do everything what I can to improve my performance.
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6th Feb 2013, Week 2 day 2

Stretching full body 8 - 10 mins

Bench press 6 sets

Warm up with 3 sets using bar only

Work sets

7x20 kgs
5x25 kgs
3x30 kgs
3x30 kgs
1x35 kgs
1x35 kgs

Squats 5 sets

10x20 kgs
6x40 kgs
4x50 kgs
2x60 kgs
1x70 kgs (Failed attempt)

Deadlifts

5 sets of 5-7 reps with 20 kgs weight. Working on below average form.

Machine rows

3 sets of 10 - 12 reps

Skip ropes for endurance

3 sets of 15-20 reps each (first day newly introduced)
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Good work TM.

One tip...Don't force yourself to do one rep maxes. They aren't needed. Keep working on form and get your reps in.
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