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Old 12-03-2010, 01:55 PM   #11
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Very good workout GL! Squat volume for the week is great and i like the idea of counting the reps per week for the lifts, will incorporate this in my own workout logging too.
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You and Rich are out-dipping me. Another strong workout.
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Very good workout GL! Squat volume for the week is great and i like the idea of counting the reps per week for the lifts, will incorporate this in my own workout logging too.
I like to look at totals for the week when talking about fullbody work. It is the weeks totals, thats where you can see how much work you have done.

There are so many aspects of this type of workout that people fail to take into consideration when looking at whats happening.

I really prefer this type of workout, and an A/B split over anything else.

I'll feel better when I get back to my old workset numbers.

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You and Rich are out-dipping me. Another strong workout.
Only for a little while. Once you get into the groove on them, your numbers are going to increase quickly. A month ago I was not doing these numbers.

When I get into 5x10 on rings, that will be a lot better. The rings are WAY harder.
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I like to look at totals for the week when talking about fullbody work. It is the weeks totals, thats where you can see how much work you have done.

There are so many aspects of this type of workout that people fail to take into consideration when looking at whats happening.

I really prefer this type of workout, and an A/B split over anything else.

I'll feel better when I get back to my old workset numbers.



Only for a little while. Once you get into the groove on them, your numbers are going to increase quickly. A month ago I was not doing these numbers.

When I get into 5x10 on rings, that will be a lot better. The rings are WAY harder.
will definetly be doing this aswell
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The reason I'm making notes to myself right now is that I had been squatting 4x a week using 135. I have been doing 3x10@135 on M-T T-F. Thats 120 reps a week.

Switching over to the Eder program has me doing an additional 15 reps per week at top rep range. Thats easy enough to put into the equation, as I am actually capable of much higher squat workset weight.

The variable is the new addition of 30 cleans, and 15 Deads.

Keeping a balance of how hard to work without going past my recovery point is what I'm watching for. My conditioning is coming back nicely, and I feel worked after this week, but not any worse than I have in the past when doing this type of workout.


The Reeves program Ranges from a low of 72 reps to a high of 108. Thats a varience of 35 reps. Now you start to see why small weight increases are what are called for when weight is increased. Not to mention why I have advised that you really should not increase your weight until you have worked at top rep range.

From the low end to the high end you are basically adding in an extra days worth of reps in the workout. Or another way of looking at it is this.

At the low end it is a three day session. At the top end it is a 4 day a week program smashed into 3 days worth of work.

had you considered that aspect?

There are a few more things that can be done with that program as well. I'll be happy to discuss those aspects as well.

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your full of great info GL! SFW and lets see this old man show the young punks how its done!
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your full of great info GL! SFW and lets see this old man show the young punks how its done!
Thanks J. My Wife says I'm full of it as well.

I'm not that far off of my 49th, but far enough away to still be in far better shape than I am tonight. Plus I have to beat Val back to a 300 squat.

I did 225 and it went up with room to spare. I've got work to do.
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The reason I'm making notes to myself right now is that I had been squatting 4x a week using 135. I have been doing 3x10@135 on M-T T-F. Thats 120 reps a week.

Switching over to the Eder program has me doing an additional 15 reps per week at top rep range. Thats easy enough to put into the equation, as I am actually capable of much higher squat workset weight.

The variable is the new addition of 30 cleans, and 15 Deads.

Keeping a balance of how hard to work without going past my recovery point is what I'm watching for. My conditioning is coming back nicely, and I feel worked after this week, but not any worse than I have in the past when doing this type of workout.


The Reeves program Ranges from a low of 72 reps to a high of 108. Thats a varience of 35 reps. Now you start to see why small weight increases are what are called for when weight is increased. Not to mention why I have advised that you really should not increase your weight until you have worked at top rep range.

From the low end to the high end you are basically adding in an extra days worth of reps in the workout. Or another way of looking at it is this.

At the low end it is a three day session. At the top end it is a 4 day a week program smashed into 3 days worth of work.

had you considered that aspect?

There are a few more things that can be done with that program as well. I'll be happy to discuss those aspects as well.
This was a great help in understanding thanks gl, and okay lets do it lets talk more about what my program has and can be done
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Not sure if this will be of help. Sometime I like to see how much I have lifted in a week, my total tonnage. This spreadsheet makes it easy. Fill in the exercises, reps and weights and it calculates total tonnage for day and week. I thought it was cool.
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Not sure if this will be of help. Sometime I like to see how much I have lifted in a week, my total tonnage. This spreadsheet makes it easy. Fill in the exercises, reps and weights and it calculates total tonnage for day and week. I thought it was cool.
Thats another great way of doing it Bama, both ways work nicely.
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