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Old 01-18-2011, 04:16 PM   #51
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Adding 1 rep each session is plenty. 2 reps can be done at this point, but will be hard to maintain for very long, as you add weight to the movements. Your on the right path to fnd your workset weights to work at and build from.

When your really settled into the program 1 rep each session is going to be work.

My session yesterday for pressing was like this.

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1x9x105
2x8x105 last 2 reps rest pause

I can't fully complete all three sets at 105 right now. 105 will be my top set, and the other two will be build up to it.

1x12x95
1x10-12x100 I'll see what I can get here.
1x8x105

This should have me firmly into my pressing scheme, to build from.
I have upped my weights twice in the last week to find this spot to work from. I had worked at the 95lb level for a few weeks feeling things out, and just adding reps.

Just like I layed out the progression for squats I'll do the same for pressing, leaving 95 as a start weight. The otehr two will go up by small amounts as top rep count is reached.

1x12x95
1x12x100
1x8x105, 1x9 1x10 1x11 1x12

1x12x95
1x8x105 upped weight decrease reps
1x8x110 upped weight decrease reps


First set won't decrease reps till weight moves up. First set will move up when i can do this.

1x12x95
1x12x115
1x12x135

Then it will go

1x8x100
1x8x120
1x8x140

Then first set will start to add reps. This process takes time, but works well.

It is not the same as a Starr method, or a HLM system as people have asked about. eventually you will not be able to keep adding 1 rep. The weights will just be too heavy. There's time for that later.
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Old 01-19-2011, 04:26 AM   #52
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I think I will definitely follow a similar progression as this ^^^ Once i have settled in to the program and know that i wont be able to jusmp up a rep every session...

Thanks again GL

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Day 3 of week one tomorrow... fuelled ny AMS Body Mortar

Pretty excited, but i am definitely feeling the effect of the fullbody approach, vcalves and back are both a little tender... who'd have though it in just 3 sets per bodypart

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Day 3 of week one tomorrow... fuelled ny AMS Body Mortar

Pretty excited, but i am definitely feeling the effect of the fullbody approach, vcalves and back are both a little tender... who'd have though it in just 3 sets per bodypart

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Thats the part that people don't think about. It is still 9 sets a week for a bodypart.

Looking forward to tomorrows session and how you feel on the back side of it after a few days.
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Old 01-20-2011, 04:40 AM   #55
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Reeves Classic, Week 1 - Day 3

Squats (ATG)
70kg x 12
70kg x 12
70kg x 12

Deadlifts
80kg x 5
100kg x 5
120kg x 5

DB Shoulder Press
15kg x 12
15kg x 12
15kg x 12

Bench Press
60kg x 12
60kg x 10
60kg x 10

DB Curls (alternating)
12.5kg x 12
12.5kg x 10
12.5kg x 10

Dips
BW x 10
BW x 10
BW x 10
BW x 10
BW x 10

Calf Raises
50kg x 15
50kg x 15
50kg x 12

Crunch Chair
10kg x 12
10kg x 12
10kg x 12

Todays session was awesome... I really enjoyed the deadlifts, which is new territory for me as normally really struggle with them. I kept the technique tight and didnt go too heavy and try and be badass lol, i just worked the movement PROPERLY...

The cumulitive effect of the weeks work and the slightly higher reps/lower rest time finally made itself apparent today as i couldnt add the extra reps across the board on everything, curls wasnt a surprise, but bench was. Doing shoulder beforehand definitely was a factor and I hed to keep the reps at 10for the final 2 sets... Thats fine though, just dont know now whether to keep the reps the same for Monday I will be upping the weight on shoulders, but dropping the reps back down to 8 and seeing how I go. Squats will increase the weight to 80 and do straight sets again, BB Row I will keep the weight at 60 but go for straight 12's.... Curls will remain the same and so will dips and calves (I actually went backwards on calves as they were still hurting from the previous two sessions ) I have only ever worked calves a MAXIMUM of 3 sets per week before, so this is real new territory for me. Dips felt strong again, but i really had to grind out the last 3 reps of the final set

I have some ideas how this program is gonna evolve for me too, but that can wait...

Total workout time 55 mins

My thoughts on the fullbody style/routine so far Here.

Carl.

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Those ATG squats look KKIIILLEEERR! Shows a lot of heart mate!!!
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Looking pretty good! Digging the exercise selection!
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Looking pretty good! Digging the exercise selection!
cheers guys... The squats are OK, but I am eager to go a bit heavier. Although I know doing it full body it wont be the same numbers as i would have done on a split, but as long as the muscles are getting worked to exhustion the weight is unimportant... The exercise selection is all GL's work lol, I just want to run the program as close to how he has written it to start with so I can build in to the routine and discover where my weak/strong points are, get my numbers right and be able to adjust as necessary later on down the line

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