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Old 01-05-2011, 04:12 PM   #111
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he posted that in my steve reeves routine thread 1 minute between sets and 5 between exercises
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Old 01-06-2011, 09:23 AM   #112
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he posted that in my steve reeves routine thread 1 minute between sets and 5 between exercises
NO, I did not!

What I said was to work to get your rest between sets DOWN to about 1 minute, and to take up to 5 minutes between moves.

Getting your rest down to 1 minute will require a lot of work, and conditioning.
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Old 01-06-2011, 09:57 AM   #113
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Okay! I know my numbers are going up but cardio-wise, I feel like passing out right as I'm starting dips. How long of a rest do you recommend between exercises? I've been using around 3 minutes but Coop said you like 5?
SO,

You did and additional 6 reps on squats in that workout yesterday. Thats a killer number of reps to go up. It will have an effect on how you feel throughout the rest of the session.

On Friday make your top set 165lbs, but go back to 8 reps and see how you feel at the end of your workout. Think about this! At 165lbs for your top workset you will have added 30lbs in only a few weeks to your squat workset.
Thats damn good work!

DB benching is fine for this program.

Pressing work.

Can you get a vid of you doing your presses?
How wide is your grip on the bar?
How far down do you bring the bar during a rep?

As I said in the original post about this workout we are taking a fast track with it. It was normal to do this program for a month or two at only 1 set. Then increase to 2 sets. and finally after 3-4 months you would be doing 3 sets. Your way ahead of that power curve, and still holding on.
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Old 01-06-2011, 02:51 PM   #114
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SO,

You did and additional 6 reps on squats in that workout yesterday. Thats a killer number of reps to go up. It will have an effect on how you feel throughout the rest of the session.

On Friday make your top set 165lbs, but go back to 8 reps and see how you feel at the end of your workout. Think about this! At 165lbs for your top workset you will have added 30lbs in only a few weeks to your squat workset.
Thats damn good work!

DB benching is fine for this program.

Pressing work.

Can you get a vid of you doing your presses?
How wide is your grip on the bar?
How far down do you bring the bar during a rep?

As I said in the original post about this workout we are taking a fast track with it. It was normal to do this program for a month or two at only 1 set. Then increase to 2 sets. and finally after 3-4 months you would be doing 3 sets. Your way ahead of that power curve, and still holding on.
Thanks GL, i prefer bb benching but when the benches are full i'd rather db bench then wait for a bench to clear up.

pressing. I will try to video tape it next time. I grip the bar with my pinkies on the rings and I bring it down to around my ears. presses really seem to wear me out, something about holding that weight up overhead really stresses the upper body. love it.
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Old 01-07-2011, 04:29 PM   #115
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Squats-
135x8
150x8
165x8 +5 pounds

easy.


Deadlift-
135x5
175x3
200x10

focused on keeping the shoulder blades back and down as per the article "excelling in compound lifts" which was just posted on here, felt good.


BTN Press-
75x9 +1 rep
75x8
75x8

experimented with grips today, too wide started hurting my right shoulder so I think i'm gonna stick with middle fingers on the rings


Bench-
95x12
95x11 +1 rep
95x11 +1 rep

really working on bench form, shoulder blades pinched and down, weight on traps and pushing with my legs. its nice to have the weights low and concentrate on form for a while.


BB Curl-
47.5x8
47.5x8
47.5x8 added this set

easy, so easy


Dips-
BWx10/7/5/6/5 Total: 33

felt good, great form


Calf Raises-
135x10
135x10
135x10


great workout today, hit the full thing the way it was written, I have rest times down pretty good now. 1 to 1:30 between sets and 3:30 to 4 minutes between exercises gave me a great pace to work at
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NO, I did not!

What I said was to work to get your rest between sets DOWN to about 1 minute, and to take up to 5 minutes between moves.

Getting your rest down to 1 minute will require a lot of work, and conditioning.
this happens to be the same thing i posted above, i think gl just likes givin me hell lol, except i didnt put work down i just put 1 minute so my bad on that
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nice workout so
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Coop,

I'm not just giving you hell, you are misquoting me. What you think is a minor thing that does not matter makes a huge difference in getting through the workout.

Your not paying attention to details where they matter.


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What I said was to work to get your rest between sets DOWN to about 1 minute, and to take up to 5 minutes between moves.

Getting your rest down to 1 minute will require a lot of work, and conditioning.
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I'm not just giving you hell, you are misquoting me. What you think is a minor thing that does not matter makes a huge difference in getting through the workout.

Your not paying attention to details where they matter.
sorry, ill pay more attention
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Great session SO!

You have done a great job of working your rest times to find a good balance, that allows you to work through the sesson.

Vids look great. You practically snatched the weight overhead. Your arm spacing looked pretty good in the first vid.
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