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Old 12-08-2009, 10:30 PM   #41
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Nice workout, how did you like the safety bar?
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Nice workout, how did you like the safety bar?
Man, it's a totally different feeling..but like what louie said..you really feel your lower back coming into play from trying not to fall forward because of the placement of the load...but it was a to change it up..will be alternating between the olympic bar, and safety bar
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:04 PM   #43
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Good workout. What are his theories?
Well i've trained powerlifting, soon will be back into that seriously in january, and for the pass year i have been reading as much as i can about strength training from all those russian manuals, dave tate and his crew, westside barbell, and what ever else i can get my hands on..

he is a great coach, but when he programs he works on a thing month to month...one month will be hypertrophy, then the next strength, but then he'll go to power endurance, and so on..you see the pattern? i'm not a genius at periodization but it's just not how i would program things out...and he also doesn't understand fully of the conjugated method and the dynamic effort day...he believes that dynamic effort is like a deload day which it TOTALLY isn't.
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Nice numbers man, can't wait till I hit 135lbs on presses again.
Yea i'm stoked i got it back!
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Old 12-09-2009, 09:11 AM   #45
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Well i've trained powerlifting, soon will be back into that seriously in january, and for the pass year i have been reading as much as i can about strength training from all those russian manuals, dave tate and his crew, westside barbell, and what ever else i can get my hands on..

he is a great coach, but when he programs he works on a thing month to month...one month will be hypertrophy, then the next strength, but then he'll go to power endurance, and so on..you see the pattern? i'm not a genius at periodization but it's just not how i would program things out...and he also doesn't understand fully of the conjugated method and the dynamic effort day...he believes that dynamic effort is like a deload day which it TOTALLY isn't.
DE is definitely not a de-load. Especially considering it's in the same week as a ME workout, and it done with heavy assistance.

For some reason he seems obsessed with switching things around. I think it's a good idea to try things, but at some point you have to learn what works good for you, and use it. Be that one program or 3,
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DE is definitely not a de-load. Especially considering it's in the same week as a ME workout, and it done with heavy assistance.

For some reason he seems obsessed with switching things around. I think it's a good idea to try things, but at some point you have to learn what works good for you, and use it. Be that one program or 3,
DE day, absolutely not a deload day but I have heard other guys describe it as an active recovery day. For myself, I have more soreness and a DE day than a ME day, especially when bands or chains are used. Bands really wear on the body.
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I have a buddy that does sled work on off days for GPP or active recovery. Me, on off days my recovery involves sitting
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i have 2 different safety bars
Westside-seems more like a front squat. more quad involvement
Powerlift-seems like a f-ing good morning half of the time

I really cant figure them out. the only thing that I know is that I really don't like them except to give my shoulders and wrists a break
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Squat (olympic bar) 5x5 - 305 lb much easier than last workout
Bench 5x5 - 245 lb *felt much better than last bench press
Hang Cleans 5x5 - 150 lb
Seated Row - 3x8 195
Cable Crunches 3x10 - 120 lb

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DE is definitely not a de-load. Especially considering it's in the same week as a ME workout, and it done with heavy assistance.

For some reason he seems obsessed with switching things around. I think it's a good idea to try things, but at some point you have to learn what works good for you, and use it. Be that one program or 3,
Yea, when i worked for him as his assistant it kind of got to me. Especially when he planned our workouts like that, i would feel like a was getting stronger and then he switches to a different program for a different goal...i just want to be big and strong, so i'm just going to focus on everything that will get me to that goal..

But I will be interested to see how he programs for powerlifting (since his assistant now also wants to do powerlifting competitions)..i hope he takes my advice and reads up on some literature. Not sure if he will
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