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    im just starting out i need a routine


    wats up guys im 17 and i have been lifting for about a year now

    my weight is 350
    bench is 270
    squat 500 without belt
    deadlift 505

    i have no clue where to get started i need help with a routine to get me off the ground thanks for all your help.

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    My suggestion is if your just starting stick with an oldy but goody

    http://www.elitefts.com/sheiko/default.asp
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    i would suggest researching westside barbell training methods and work on your bench. Squat and deads are beastly for a 17 year old. Im guessing you are a little less proportionate in your upper body strength. Work on conditioning as well, it will help you drop weight while boosting endurance and all around health
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    Try the rippetoe workout or 5x5
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    sheiko

    350 at 5'11? I'd start checking out your diet too man. Maybe lose some fat and get down to where you wouldn't be competing as a SHW
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    5x5
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    5x5, lots of cardio, HIIT training, or muscle group daily workouts are very popular and not a very advanced workout could give that a shot, but id start to foucs on dropping some lbs first man gotta stay healthy
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMAMONSTER19 View Post
    5x5, lots of cardio, HIIT training, or muscle group daily workouts are very popular and not a very advanced workout could give that a shot, but id start to foucs on dropping some lbs first man gotta stay healthy
    dude.... I think he was asking for a powerlifting workout....
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    ya i know i just figured that out that i clicked the wrong window lol my bad so you can disregard what i said
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