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2011/03/26 16:09:21 (permalink)
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Please see training section of my thread :-)

Hi Everyone,
 
Please look at this thread and any comments/ advice on the routine would be great.
 
Thank you :-)
 
http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/tm.aspx?high=&m=4380048&mpage=1#4380456
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    wraith
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    Re:Please see training section of my thread :-) 2011/03/26 20:54:19 (permalink)
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    I'd put some chins/pullups into pull day, you have no lat-dominant exerice
    go with lower reps on deadlift, 3-5 reps. maybe one high rep set with 75% after you've done heavy ones, if u're in for an adrenaline rush. but not every session.
    i'd recommend the same with squats, 5-6 reps most of the sets
     
    and some rear delt work wouldn't hurt either. weak rear delts are very often a cause for muscle imbalances (which reflects especially in press strength, pec development and your posture)
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    Re:Please see training section of my thread :-) 2011/03/27 09:59:42 (permalink)
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    Hi,
    Thank you for responding. Is this an addition to the new work out schedule I came up with?
     
    I have just added more weight to deadlift so I think a max of 7-8 reps is all that is possible. The problem with squat is I currently have no rack, so i clean and press then lower on to my shoulders. This dramatically reduces the amount of weight I can squat. If I could whack on more weight I would only manage less reps under more pressure.
    What would you add for rear delts? Also I think I have lat raises for pull day. I took that to mean lifting a barbell cleanly from stomach up to chin on each rep?
     
    Thank you very much :-)
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    Re:Please see training section of my thread :-) 2011/03/27 10:24:33 (permalink)
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    i'd still recommend doing 5rep sets when deadlifting, up to 85% 1RM.
    u can then do a 12 - 15 rep set with 70-75%, if u want to take things up a notch.
     
    then i'd probably go with front squats. strength progress will be best, when staying in 1-6 rep zone and going above 80% 1RM
     
    for rear delts: 1 isolation movement (lying rear laterals with small weights for instance, very controlled execution, 12-20 reps per set) and cable face pulls (holding contraction for 2 seconds)
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    Re:Please see training section of my thread :-) 2011/03/27 12:05:40 (permalink)
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    That is really helpful, I appreciate you taking the time.
    I forgot to mention before that i do only use free weights.
     
    Thank you for that
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