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Old 01-29-2013, 04:20 PM   #31
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+3 reps is excellent. Good job.
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Old 01-29-2013, 05:00 PM   #32
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Realized that (at least) at my level, things in training have to be simple and heavy compounds can do the work by themselves. Accessory work must stay as...accessory.
Spot on...you're years ahead of your peers!
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Old 01-29-2013, 06:25 PM   #33
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Old 01-30-2013, 07:33 PM   #34
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Week 2, Day 3

Overhead Press

35kgx3
40kgx7
47.5kgx7 (+4)

2x10

Bench Press
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Reverse Grip Bent Over Rows
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Nice pressing...you don't track the bench or other weights?
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I don't as for all assistance sets, in which I don't push to failure nor I try to bump up the weight on them. I just do some work without chasing the kg's, opposite to the main lifts in which I track every single rep and kg.
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I don't as for all assistance sets, in which I don't push to failure nor I try to bump up the weight on them. I just do some work without chasing the kg's, opposite to the main lifts in which I track every single rep and kg.
I see...do you use a set amount of weight every session for assistance moves or pick a weight based on how you feel each day?

Just curious if that's something you find works or if you discovered that somewhere...
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It's actually based on how I feel each day. I pick some light weight, then perform 10-20 reps without chasing any specific rep/kg scheme. It came out like a trial and error thing, this way lets me recover better.
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It's actually based on how I feel each day. I pick some light weight, then perform 10-20 reps without chasing any specific rep/kg scheme. It came out like a trial and error thing, this way lets me recover better.
That's cool. I'm always interested in someone's intuitive workouts... used to train that way, but seem to have lost the skill. Hoping to reclaim it! I'm sure your log will give me some inspiration.

Thanks for sharing the details!
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That's cool. I'm always interested in someone's intuitive workouts... used to train that way, but seem to have lost the skill. Hoping to reclaim it! I'm sure your log will give me some inspiration.

Thanks for sharing the details!
Thank you. Always glad to conversate with people that share the same passion with me, especially when they are much more experienced and eager to share their knowledge.
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