|03-30-2012, 09:08 AM||#11 (permalink)|
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|03-30-2012, 09:25 AM||#12 (permalink)|
is after a 2000 raw total.
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Week 1, Workout A - 5 reps
Week 1, Workout B - 6 reps
Week 2, Workout A - 7 reps
Week 2, Workout B - 8 reps
So you're adding weight every 2 weeks. If this is a 5 pound increase, it's 130 pounds per year. That would probably fit well for an intermediate who wants to bring up lifts as quickly as possible.
If you decided to take a deload week every third week, that would be a projected max progression of 85 pounds per year. Not saying a deload is most certainly required for intermediates, but it's probably not a bad idea.
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