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Old 10-18-2009, 11:09 AM   #11
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Thnks for the help thats alot to read and i'm goign to get to it!
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Or you could read Casey's articles here on site as well:

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I'm at work, and had started writing that at around 04:30am. between work issues, I was writing, and had not had all my coffee. I had actually meant to link from the front of the site.

While writing the above, I also just cancelled a bunch of flights. Less than an hour to go, and my Monday is done.
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I read all of Butt's articles this week and it's good but kinda confusing. he says do full body workouts 3 days a week but do you do the same exercises each day, or different ones? I see what hes saying about compound lifts, but if I dedlift 3 times a week I'll die lol.
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There are lots of different programs that are appropriate for you to use. Some have you do the same movements, while others sub movements from one session to the next.

You can deadlift 3x week, you can do any move 3x a week, if you use the proper intensity. You would not deadlift 3x week pulling a max lift each time.
That would be too much work.

You could however do something along the lines of 2x10 with a much lighter weight. You could also:

squat, dead, squat, then:
dead, squat, dead,..see how that works?

If you did not like the program that I showed you on the other page, then you could do something like this.

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sample program

Most moves are done with a 3x10 set-rep scheme, except as noted. Use a weight that allows for the first two sets to be completed, and the last set you would get between 5-8 reps. Work your up to 10 reps on the last set. Then increase weight by 5lbs, and begin again.

Do a complete wholebody warmup before your worksets.

There are two different workouts labled "A" and "B". You alternate workouts. Your schedule would look like

M-W-F----M-W-F
A-B-A-----B-A-B

Workout "A"
Squat
bent row
Standing Press
Bench
close grip bench, or skull crusher, alternate
BB curl, or dumbells, alternate
pullovers 1x20 light weight, 20-40 lbs max

Workout "B"

Deadlift
upright row
incline bench
dips
widegrip chins
wrist curls
calf raise 1x20 as heavy a weight as you can handle.

This template is based on old barbell courses. It works if you stick with it, and push to increase your reps! Keep a log of your weights used, and how many reps you did, and need to get each session.

Questions?
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