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Old 02-16-2012, 11:45 AM   #491
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He is strong and experienced but that doesn't always mean someone is right. On another note, I have never seen him or his training companions squat or deadlift but they are bloody strong. Just imagine how strong they would be if they did heavy compounds!
I run into quite a lot of that in the bodybuilding world. There are certain standard pieces of advice that get passed around and that's one of them. I understand the fear.
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Old 02-16-2012, 11:48 PM   #492
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Wait wouldn't they want their obliques large and muscular?!?!

Also can't wait to see your progress with the 6 days a week, starting myself after my next meet.

How many imps do you know to make a statement like that?!?!

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Kuyt, you are killing it. Period. Enjoy your leave, you've earned it.

Ummm. 6 days a week. Are you sure? I love a challenge as much as the next guy, but that sounds brutal. Ease into it!

Good luck mate!
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It annoys me that so much misleading info gets pass around so readily.

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Wait wouldn't they want their obliques large and muscular?!?!

Also can't wait to see your progress with the 6 days a week, starting myself after my next meet.

How many imps do you know to make a statement like that?!?!
You're the only imp I know of and if they're all like you, they must be awesome

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Ummm. 6 days a week. Are you sure? I love a challenge as much as the next guy, but that sounds brutal. Ease into it!

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I am sure Mike. If you want to get strong, you gotta work for it. I have 6 days that could be heavy singles but... I will drop the heavy singles on at least 2 a week and just do back off 5 trebles at 80%+ (and work on progression naturally). I will not have three heavy single days in a row either. Deloads are likely to be every few weeks I reckon.
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6 days a week , excellent!

get after it buddy. also i do weighted side bends all the time, and love them.

coming home fore a few days, enjoy it!

if your up in the big smoke give me a shout and we can get in a mab training session.
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Sorry if you're repeating yourself mate, but what's your 6-day plan if you don't mind my asking?
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Best of luck with the 6 day plan

Looking forward to seeing your progress

Smash it!
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6 days a week , excellent!

get after it buddy. also i do weighted side bends all the time, and love them.

coming home fore a few days, enjoy it!

if your up in the big smoke give me a shout and we can get in a mab training session.
Alas, I will be just here for the 2 days to see the concert and resting for the next big push

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Looking forward to seeing your progress

Smash it!

Thanks. I have to keep pace with hungry, motivated and strong fellas like yourself

Friday 17 February
900 club!!!!
Felt strong today for the first time after last weekend's flu and I was determined to make the most of it.

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bar warm up
60x5
70x3
85x2
100x1
107.5x1 - This went up easily
112.5kgx1 PR
This was an epic rep because I was caught in the sticking point for a good 6-7 seconds (I am not exaggerating). Decided to go without a spotter for this very reason. I was just too determined to fail though. I feel that 107.5kg can be my default single.
90kg trebles x 5
Got better as I went along.

Power Cleans
50x4
60x3
70x1
82.5x1
87.5x1 - PR
Honestly feel there is more here. Making 82.5kg my default heavy single for now.
70kg trebles x 5 - No problem whatsoever

BTNP
Had to use smaller bar which I think is 10kg
50x5 - Was using momentum and I was go strict.
40x5x2 - Much better

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That's great advice Steve and Fazc as usual. And Steve, I never get bored when people talk about how to get stronger, even if I have heard it many times before, I will always try and listen again. As for the 10 singles, I've done it a few times and it is extremely brutal. Perhaps I should rethink that plan.

My plan was to do 5 sessions a week for a couple of weeks to bridge that gap from 4-6 sessions. Anyways, I am thinking of doing 6 sessions now as follows and yes, I am doing far more structure than chaos

* Denotes work up to heavy single followed by 3 doubles which will be 5 trebles beginning in and around the 80% mark then aim to progress week on week
** Denotes 3 sets of 5 reps with same weight. Again, I will aim to increase weight week on week. If all else fails, I will look to increase reps.

*** Denotes ramping 3x5
Additional bicep work may be added on pull days once or twice a week.

Saturday - Cleans*, RDLs**, Weighted Chins (Working from 3x3 to 3x5)

Sunday - Squats*, GM**, CGBP**

Monday - Rack Pull*, 1 arm row**, Dynamic Shrugs**

Tuesday- Bench*, Box Squat**, BTNP**

Thursday - Deadlifts*, Lat Pulldown**, Pendlay Row**

Friday - Rack Push Press*, Squat***, Weighted Dips**

Weighted ab work 3 times a week and any cardio will be fairly casual 5-10 minute jogs to cool down.

How often would I need to deload using the above do you think? I am planning a deload at the end of the month anyway because I am going to Ireland for a couple of days so it's the ideal time.

It isn't a major change from what I have been doing. The emphasis will always be on progression and working at 80%+ and I don't see that changing.

2-3 day a week I will not do the heavy single and do the 5 trebles only.
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Great job on getting into the 900 club!

The routine looks pretty good, can't wait to see your progress.
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