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Old 12-06-2009, 09:07 PM   #161
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How is the bulk going?
Shout out if ya have questions on that I went from 182lbs to 200lbs on a clean bulk.
from 140 to 165
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Nice, very nice. You'll be hitting 200 in no time!
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Old 12-06-2009, 09:31 PM   #163
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Nice, very nice. You'll be hitting 200 in no time!
that'd be nice , but at 5 foot 8 that'd be huge.
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Old 12-06-2009, 09:41 PM   #164
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that'd be nice , but at 5 foot 8 that'd be huge.
You can do it Beefcake!!!

I'm similar in stature at 6ft and did hit 200lb after my Hatfield bulk, but sit at 195 now.

So you can do it.
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Old 12-07-2009, 08:04 PM   #165
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WORKOUTSQUAT & BENCH DAY BITCHES!
Squat- 135xwu, 185x5, 225x5, 225x5, 225x5*
Bench- 135x5, 165x5, 165x5, 165x4.5 **
Row (loose form)- 115x5, 155x5, 155x5, 155x5***
DB Shrug- 60x12, 80x12, 80x14

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*Squat felt good. Form has been changed a little, after reading the thread on squating 900.
**Fucked up form on that last 1/2 rep. Bar came down to high on my body, besides that great form.
*** Should i use a very strict form, or form with slight rock?
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Glad to see you learned something from the squat article, there is a ton of good stuff in that article.

As far as form on rows go, I would try to keep it as strict as possible and squeeze it at the top, but I usually get a slight rock also when I go to heavier weights. But I would say that strict form is usually better.
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Glad to see you learned something from the squat article, there is a ton of good stuff in that article.

As far as form on rows go, I would try to keep it as strict as possible and squeeze it at the top.


Form first, heavy weights second. Gotta build the foundation before the house goes up.
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thanks for the replies. The form is pretty damn strict i just mean theres a slight rock. I definately still feel it in my back.
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I like the quote!! Kman, you are doing good man! Keep up the good work! I read the squat article too and had very good info in it!
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thanks for the replies. The form is pretty damn strict i just mean theres a slight rock. I definately still feel it in my back.
That's the main thing gotta be able to feel that muscle working, mind/muscle connection. If your getting that and as you say using pretty strict anyway a slight rock will be fine.

However try to eliminate that before moving up the weights.
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