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    THEWALL get big and strong log

    I figured I would start posting workouts. I train at home now and miss the gym environment. The one thing good is I never miss a workout.

    overall goals
    weight 225
    squat 500
    bench 400
    deadlift 600
    Strict press 250

    rest day today, will start up posting tommorow

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    Those are solid numbers. Good luck.


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    Let's go buddy. Plenty of guy here to support ya.

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    Okay. Just got off a high volume bro split couple weeks ago. This is lower volume higher intensity training

    chest/back

    bench 185x10, 225x8, 245x5, 275x8
    incline. 225x6, 245x6
    band flies. Light band x15-20 3sets

    back
    t-bar row. 180x10, 225x7, 250x6,x6
    nuetral pull-ups. 17, 50x6, 50x5, 50x5
    barbell shrugs 315x15, 365x10, 405x10, 315x20 with forward lean.

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    Originally Posted by Thewall View Post
    Okay. Just got off a high volume bro split couple weeks ago. This is lower volume higher intensity training

    chest/back

    bench 185x10, 225x8, 245x5, 275x8
    incline. 225x6, 245x6
    band flies. Light band x15-20 3sets

    back
    t-bar row. 180x10, 225x7, 250x6,x6
    nuetral pull-ups. 17, 50x6, 50x5, 50x5
    barbell shrugs 315x15, 365x10, 405x10, 315x20 with forward lean.
    Love it!!!

    Simple, hard training.
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    Any consideration to competing?
    Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.

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    Cj275. Yeah man back to the basics. Always seemed to do well with heavy basic lifting.

    snake. I actually did some powerlifting years ago pre kids. I thought about possibly trying again if the body holds up and I could get my numbers.

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    Nice work brother. Keep it up
    Best raw lifts on the platform
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    No problems, just more work. You can hit those numbers
    Eat for where you want to be, not where you are

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    We have similar goals. Keep up the good work brother.

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    Yeah keep it up man, I'll follow along.

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    are those your goals or current stats.?? forgive my slowness. solid numbers thus far.

    get training and log away..
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    Thanks everyone (feel a lot more motivated)

    musclemedicine md

    those are my current goals right now

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    Okay guys and ladies if they want I'm looking for the best way to stay cut as well as keep muscle .I'm looking for some advice on a meal program and perhaps some ideas for workouts I've been in and out of the gym for years did some powerlifting competitions and then got wore out so now I just want to maintain . As well as look good any advice would be good thank you.

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    I am 220 and I'm doing calisthenics and light workouts with weight right now due to a shoulder injury before the injury I mastered the weight of 400 squat bench deadlift.

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    Legs and calf’s
    This is 2nd day of leg cycle based off of first day’s performance. Really going for strength in legs right now

    front squat 5 second negative
    165x3. 195x3. 230x3. 245x3. 260x3
    Paused back squat 3 seconds in hole
    225x3. 240x3. 255x3. 270x3
    leg extension 70x20. 105x15 slow negative 105x 15 same
    RDL. 315x10
    standing calf raise. 135x30. 225x15,15,15+5 burns
    forearm work

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    I bet that 5 second negative is pretty gnarly. Good job dude.

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    Building Thewall.
    Excellent. I'll follow along.

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    Originally Posted by Thewall View Post

    snake. I actually did some powerlifting years ago pre kids. I thought about possibly trying again if the body holds up and I could get my numbers.

    You hit those goals in a competition at a local meet and you'll do well if you make the 220's. A 1,500 total is top 3. How old are you? Do you lift equipped?
    Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.

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    Snake.
    I am 41 now
    I started in powerlifting multi ply. Did not like it. Went to single ply then for my last competition about 10 years ago it was push pull. I went raw. I hit 560 deadlift. 340 bench I believe, way under weight in the 220’s
    i would love to hit 600 deadlift 500 squat and 400 bench raw. My hips are my issue now. I need to be smart. Going to see how it goes.
    How about yourself. Weight class? Goals? Equipped or not?

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