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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilDoc87 View Post
    Jenn and Jin likes the younger meat..

    come to think of it.. so does FD
    well....nothing wrong with young blood....lol...plus if you are 80 and feel like 60...that's the way to be!
    DO FUUCKING WORK! STRENGTH FIRST BOSTON!

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    Week 6 day 1 Monday
    barbell back squat set 4 and 5: 285x5
    bench press set 4 and 5: 265x5 (heavy)
    barbell bent over toe set 4 and 5: 205x5 (heavy)
    weighted crunches and seated calf raises
    workout approximately 1 hour

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    Week 6 workout 2 Wendsday
    deadlift set 4: 360x5
    Set 4 overhead press: 175x5
    set 3 and 4 squat: 265x5
    assistance work: seated calf raises, pull ups 3x10, upright rows, and sit ups.
    on the overhead press it’s heavy so I do what could be considered “cheating” by bouncing/using whole body to get weight up instead of standing completely still, otherwise I would not be able to lift that heavy of weight. I feel I would increase weight a lot less slowly if I did not do this bounce and I would most definitely have to decrease weight, is it better to stand completely still and lower the weight lifted and just use upper body to lift weight or continue using my whole body and that “bounce” to get the weight up? Input from experienced lifters would be apprecciated, when I watch powerlifters clean and press they do the same jump/bounce to get the weight up over there heads.

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    I think a little "English" is fine as long as it's not ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadawg View Post
    I think a little "English" is fine as long as it's not ridiculous.
    English? Is that what you call the bounce I’m talking about on the overhead press? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthMaanz View Post
    English? Is that what you call the bounce I’m talking about on the overhead press? Lol
    Ever see video of Arnold doing t bar rows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadawg View Post
    Ever see video of Arnold doing t bar rows?
    No I have not but since you say that I’ll look it up lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadawg View Post
    Ever see video of Arnold doing t bar rows?
    From what I just watched of Arnoldís training it looks like throws his whole body into everything lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthMaanz View Post
    From what I just watched of Arnold’s training it looks like throws his whole body into everything lol
    Lets just call is “Austrian” instead of “English”


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    404CA086-58E6-44A4-BA35-25B0A24EBBEF.jpg
    For anyone wondering hereís a pic from when I started this program. Weighed around 178.
    Last edited by DarthMaanz; 10-12-2018 at 03:59 PM.

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    DFC0BB51-257E-4AFD-B623-93000F4ADDD1.jpg
    And here’s an update pic just taken today. Weighed in this morning at 183.8

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    Week 6 workout 3 Friday complete
    babrbell back squat: set 4: 320x5, set 5: 360x3, set 6: 265x10
    barbell bench press: set 4: 230x5, set 5: 265x3, set 6: 195x10
    barbell row: set 4: 185x5, set 5: 205x3, set 6: 155x8
    assistance exercise: dips, curls, and tricep extensions
    I love lifting and progression!

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