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Old 02-28-2014, 01:14 AM   #161
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Press bar x 20 95 x 5 110 x 5 x 3 sets
Cleans bar x 10 95 x 3 110 x 3 130 x 4 x 3 sets
Squats bar x 10 130 x 5 160 x 10 x 3 sets
Bench bar x 15 95 x 6 115 x 4 125 x 10 x 3 sets
Deadlift 135 x 5 185 x 3 225 x 2 245 x 5 x 2 sets
Crunches 2 sets x 20
Yesterday's cardio - 1 hour of taekwondo + 1 mile walk
that's lot of volume for a session .... very very strong working Pratik ... keep up the great work brother ...
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that's lot of volume for a session .... very very strong working Pratik ... keep up the great work brother ...
thanks Ravi.
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Saddened to hear that Paco de Lucia passed away. The man was a legend. The sole reason why I fell in love with guitar music is Paco de Lucia.

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This is perhaps my favorite Paco de Lucia score. Flamenco music from 1976, with Paco strumming away like a boss -

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Week 2, Day 1

Press
bar x many
85 x 6
100 x 9 x 3 sets

Cleans
bar x 10
95 x 5
115 x 3
135 x 2 x 4 sets

Rows
145 x 9 x 3 sets

Squats
bar x 12
135 x 7
185 x 3
205 x 3 x 4 sets

Bench
bar x 15
95 x 6
115 x 4
135 x 2
145 x 3 x 4 sets

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Before starting this program, I had reset the weights. Working the higher rep ranges, especially on squat, kicked a$$ last week. Lower reps seemed easy. Higher reps in press and rows doesn't seem to be a problem. As a result, breezed through the entire workout.

I will follow the same structure for now, but if the high rep squats still feel tough next couple of days, I will squat for reps and deadlift heavy at the beginning of the week when I am fresh, and push the heavy day for squat to the end. For now though, no tinkering for a couple of weeks.
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Week 2, Day 1
Press bar x many 85 x 6 100 x 9 x 3 sets
Cleans bar x 10 95 x 5 115 x 3 135 x 2 x 4 sets
Rows 145 x 9 x 3 sets
Squats bar x 12 135 x 7 185 x 3 205 x 3 x 4 sets
Bench bar x 15 95 x 6 115 x 4 135 x 2 145 x 3 x 4 sets
A very strong session Pratik. Your ability to do complete body w/o in a single session with reps and wts. always amazes me. It needs a lot of stamina ... keep up the great work brother ...
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I will follow the same structure for now, but if the high rep squats still feel tough next couple of days, I will squat for reps and deadlift heavy at the beginning of the week when I am fresh, and push the heavy day for squat to the end. For now though, no tinkering for a couple of weeks.
That was exactly in my mind when you post your new program. There is a difference in doing core lifts (for reps with wt.) and other lifts. It is indeed a good idea to put reps at the beginning and heavy work at the end of week as you will get more time to recover for reps w/o.

You are also doing 2-3 hours of martial arts in a week and it will be draining in itself. So please try to listen to your body more often. keep smashing the wts. buddy ...
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You'll figure it out Kit. Nice work overall. Steady killing it.
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That was exactly in my mind when you post your new program. There is a difference in doing core lifts (for reps with wt.) and other lifts. It is indeed a good idea to put reps at the beginning and heavy work at the end of week as you will get more time to recover for reps w/o.

You are also doing 2-3 hours of martial arts in a week and it will be draining in itself. So please try to listen to your body more often. keep smashing the wts. buddy ...
Thanks Ravi. Solid suggestions sir. I am most certainly going to be listening to my body

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Thanks Mike. Sure hope I will. Ravi had some good pointers, which I intend to follow soon.
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Haha. Follow Ravi at your own peril!! He's a masochist of the first water.

As for Guitarists, I heard this guy and thought of you.
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