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Old 11-29-2010, 08:25 PM   #11
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Great start sir, looking forward to seeing the results a classic will provide you
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Old 12-03-2010, 08:21 PM   #12
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Great start sir, looking forward to seeing the results a classic will provide you
thanks bro!

workout from yesterday

Squats-
125x10
125x10
125x10 went insanely deep...again

BB Rows-
75x10
75x10
75x10

BTN Press-
65x10
65x10
65x10 getting tougher...might only add 1 rep for next workout

Bench-
85x10
85x10
85x10 tough after pressing

BB Curl-
30x10
30x10
30x10

Dips-
BWx5
BWx5
BWx5 added a rep to the second set now gonna add a fourth set

overall not a bad workout, felt awesome throughout it. i just started feeling better before i worked out, didn't feel well the day before and that day before the workout but i pushed through it
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Press:_______135

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Old 12-03-2010, 08:34 PM   #13
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Good workout SO. Keep crushing it.
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Old 12-03-2010, 10:15 PM   #14
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Old 12-06-2010, 05:34 PM   #15
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Squats-
125x12
125x12
125x12 felt great. getting used to high reps

BB Rows-
75x12
75x12
75x12 great form

BTN Press-
65x12
65x12
65x12 so awesome! i love these. they felt hard last week so i was only gonna add one rep but i felt so great i just did 12 for all 3 sets

Bench-
85x12
85x12
85x12 this was tough...since i don't care much about bench i'm gonna leave it here for a while and maybe increase 5 lbs every other week

BB Curl-
30x12
30x12
30x12

Dips-
BWx4
BWx4
BWx4
BWx4 total volume went up 1 rep. thats the plan till I get 5 sets of 10, gonna be a long journey

great workout again, felt real pumped up, the 12 rep day was hard as hell. 8 reps per exercise is much easier.

is it okay if i progress reps on some exercises faster than others? for example I increase squats 5-10 pounds every week as follows:
Day 1: 8 reps
Day 2: 10 reps
Day 3: 12 reps

but at the same time, my BTN press might only move 1 rep per day so i'd increase weight every 5th workout...is it okay to have weight added sporadically like that?
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Press:_______135

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Old 12-06-2010, 05:44 PM   #16
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is it okay if i progress reps on some exercises faster than others? for example I increase squats 5-10 pounds every week as follows:
Day 1: 8 reps
Day 2: 10 reps
Day 3: 12 reps

but at the same time, my BTN press might only move 1 rep per day so i'd increase weight every 5th workout...is it okay to have weight added sporadically like that?
Absolutely. Lifts like the BTN press don't have as much strength potential. As long as you are adding reps, even if it takes a while, it will all add up. Do what you can, and add weight when you can.

Nice work as always.
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Old 12-06-2010, 06:52 PM   #17
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Great looking session SO.

Like BTB said it is normal for some groups to build faster. You seem to have a great grasp on working the program.

You would be surprised at how much strength it takes to get from 8 to 12 reps once you have firmly moved into the program.
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Absolutely. Lifts like the BTN press don't have as much strength potential. As long as you are adding reps, even if it takes a while, it will all add up. Do what you can, and add weight when you can.

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Old 12-06-2010, 08:12 PM   #20
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thanks for the responses guys, that's what i'll do then. big lifts will add reps quicker than smaller lifts once i get close to normal working weights
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Bench:______185
Press:_______135

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