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Old 05-19-2010, 01:58 AM   #21
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i actually like pyramiding down the way the buckey chart has me doing it Buckeye Workout Program Chart
Thank you for this, very interesting chart!
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Interesting find. Adding it to MAB Tools.

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http://muscleandbrawn.com/ohio-state...workout-chart/
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Old 05-19-2010, 03:10 PM   #23
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its the only thing i've had success with on my bench... doing it again now until i stall then just going back to trying to add reps or sets
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its the only thing i've had success with on my bench... doing it again now until i stall then just going back to trying to add reps or sets
I could probably do that for bench, but there's no way I could do that for squats or deadlifts.
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I could probably do that for bench, but there's no way I could do that for squats or deadlifts.
i tried it for squats once... i hated it because i got a lower back and leg pump that affected my heaviest sets...

i think its mainly for bench, or at least when i've seen it recommend, thats what it was for
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I agree with bendthebar, basic linear periodization is the best and works well for just about anyone until you get above a class 1 or even a master level total. do lots of reps and lots of sets in basic movements: the 3 competitive lifts, rows, pulldowns, overhead press. don't get to carried away doing 15 variations of each move either. eat as much as you can and just worry about growing and getting stronger, don't think about getting "ripped" or "cutting" unless you are obese starting off.
look into some of the old 1980's routines like Gene Bell's, Ed Coans, Kirk Karwoski routines, they work well for a beginner and its basically what I did starting out, something like jumping 10 pounds a week for 4 weeks of 10s, 4 weeks of 8, 4 weeks of 5's and then either go down to triples or recycle slightly ahead of where you started the last time.
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I agree with bendthebar, basic linear periodization is the best and works well for just about anyone until you get above a class 1 or even a master level total. do lots of reps and lots of sets in basic movements: the 3 competitive lifts, rows, pulldowns, overhead press. don't get to carried away doing 15 variations of each move either. eat as much as you can and just worry about growing and getting stronger, don't think about getting "ripped" or "cutting" unless you are obese starting off.
look into some of the old 1980's routines like Gene Bell's, Ed Coans, Kirk Karwoski routines, they work well for a beginner and its basically what I did starting out, something like jumping 10 pounds a week for 4 weeks of 10s, 4 weeks of 8, 4 weeks of 5's and then either go down to triples or recycle slightly ahead of where you started the last time.
Welcome to the forum KK and great first post.

I'll have to do some digging, and if I can find these routines I will add them to the site's workouts section.
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thanks, great forum. I have some of the old powerlifting usa workouts of the month scanned in that I could email you
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