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Old 09-15-2011, 01:03 PM   #51
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Week 3 Day 2

Squat:
60x5
82.5x5x3:
Light squat day

Deadlift:
70x5
90x5
105x5
Not a problem, felt more explosive too

OHP:
30x5
40x5
52.5x5x3
Used minimal lower body movement and got the sucker up

Pull Ups:
B/W: 6, 4
Equalled PR in set 1 and think 7 or 8 is around the corner. Better reps too.

Weighted Push Ups:
+20KG: 2 x 12PR though it's an exercise I have only started recently.
Bloody hard!

Olympic Barbell Curls for girls:
35x8x3
Don't like working biceps but once a week as assistance is fine. This was not easy.

Abs Work:
Decline Sit Ups with 5kg: 3x10
Side Bends with 30kg dumbbell: 3 x 10 this was supersetted with Declines
Serratus Crunch with 7kg dumbbells: 3 x 12

Solid all in all.
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Solid all in all.
Looks very solid. I love seeing basic but intense workouts like this. Great job.
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Old 09-15-2011, 01:17 PM   #53
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Looks very solid. I love seeing basic but intense workouts like this. Great job.
I have been making the classic noob mistake for far too long which is to try to do too many things and change too many things at once. I want strength, so this is the right choice I feel.

Don't want to be too 'bulky' though
That friend of mine also suggested I was too bulky at a mighty 200 pounds and 5ft 11
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I have been making the classic noob mistake for far too long which is to try to do too many things and change too many things at once. I want strength, so this is the right choice I feel.

Don't want to be too 'bulky' though
That friend of mine also suggested I was too bulky at a mighty 200 pounds and 5ft 11
There was once a time when 200 pounds seemed massive to me. I was 150 in high school and couldn't imagine being that big.
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There was once a time when 200 pounds seemed massive to me. I was 150 in high school and couldn't imagine being that big.
To be honest, I can't see myself ever being beyond 220 (193 now with 209 my heaviest ever). But you know, if 230 involved lifting 500 squat and DL, I wouldn't cry
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Its hard to have the goal of strength and also having the goal of not being to bulky or gaining weight, there comes a time when one has to decide wich one is most important.

Good workout there, #s are solid!!
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It's true.

I've gone back and forth over and under 200lbs for the majority of my lifting time. Each time I'm a leaner 200lber, at the moment i'm relatively lean. My stomach is flat and hard and I fit into 32inch pants and jeans. Back in the day if I got upto 200lbs I'd just be fat, with 36-38inch pants and that really didn't look great.

However 200lb with a nice trim waist looks very good.
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No such thing as too bulky! Seriously though, nice work in here, those pullups are coming along quick.
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It's true.

I've gone back and forth over and under 200lbs for the majority of my lifting time. Each time I'm a leaner 200lber, at the moment i'm relatively lean. My stomach is flat and hard and I fit into 32inch pants and jeans. Back in the day if I got upto 200lbs I'd just be fat, with 36-38inch pants and that really didn't look great.

However 200lb with a nice trim waist looks very good.
I would love to be there. When I was 150 I had this view that 200 pounds would equal a large beer belly.

I hope I didn't come off as minimizing how large a lean and muscular 200 is. That wasn't my intention if I sounded this way.
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I hope I didn't come off as minimizing how large a lean and muscular 200 is. That wasn't my intention if I sounded this way.
No, no not at all. I think we both agree on realistic expectations.

Frankly I'm considering the 220's myself at some point
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