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  1. Quote Originally Posted by R1balla View Post
    that def sounds like something i would love. may start it Monday
    Lol there's a few threads here.. Just don't know how to put the thread into this message on my phone. Look it up tho.. Maybe google it?? Lol

    Edit: here's this guys that I'm subbed to.

    Kbayne doing it P/RR/S Style.

    And here's the actual routine set up
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post
    Yes I was going to suggest MD training but I know with your schedule, 3 days/week works for you. I will advise to try it when your schedule allows for more time to train. I'm hooked on it.

    I was just suggested to look into prrs as well and it def looks intriguing.
    multi quote button has been messed up off and on for a while now so sorry about replying to both of u in separate replies. Starting in May, ill be able to lift 4 days a week until August so I will look into it. Im not very knowledgeable on the various routines. Normally, I will do body splits but always change the reps, do super sets, change the format, rotate with DC...etc so thanks for helping
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by atanocc View Post
    Lol there's a few threads here.. Just don't know how to put the thread into this message on my phone. Look it up tho.. Maybe google it?? Lol

    Edit: here's this guys that I'm subbed to.

    Kbayne doing it P/RR/S Style.

    And here's the actual routine set up
    ORIGINAL POWER/REP RANGE/SHOCK IRONMAN ARTICLES>

    thanks man. ill look on those links. not sure if I will follow them 100% because i know what lifts i respond best to but i love the routine's theory
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by TexasLifter89 View Post
    just got back in finally, here buddy
    finally...lol
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  6. Id agree prrs and md are both great routines. If you're thinking more strength, try 5/3/1

  7. Baller I will send the MD links via pm so you can look over them :-)
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  9. Mtn. Dog is definitely worth checking out, but doesn't really include the "heavy" low rep work that you're looking for. However, I've always preferred low rep as well and loved the change of pace with MD.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Mtn. Dog is definitely worth checking out, but doesn't really include the "heavy" low rep work that you're looking for. However, I've always preferred low rep as well and loved the change of pace with MD.
    During the second phase he also says you can include band and chain work, progressively adding more tension until you get to the third phase

  11. Quote Originally Posted by aceroni View Post

    During the second phase he also says you can include band and chain work, progressively adding more tension until you get to the third phase
    Yeah, the intensity goes up, but it still isn't the lower rep work R1 wanted to include. I'd suggest that he considers it anyways.

    PRRS sounds like a great option as well.
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post

    Yeah, the intensity goes up, but it still isn't the lower rep work R1 wanted to include. I'd suggest that he considers it anyways.

    PRRS sounds like a great option as well.
    Yeah I'd agree, it's more focused on volume, but you gotta keep the reps fairly low if actually using all that chain or band tension

  13. Quote Originally Posted by aceroni View Post
    Id agree prrs and md are both great routines. If you're thinking more strength, try 5/3/1
    could care less about strength to be honest. yeah, im one of those guys haha

    Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post
    Baller I will send the MD links via pm so you can look over them :-)
    thanks man

    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Yeah, the intensity goes up, but it still isn't the lower rep work R1 wanted to include. I'd suggest that he considers it anyways.

    PRRS sounds like a great option as well.
    The reason I want low rep is because i havent done it in so long and want to change it up. been on high volume, 8-12 reps then went to DC.
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  14. tomorrow is gonna be a long day. gotta get up at 3am, will get home around 2:30 then hopefully take a nap then hit the gym then study. Im gonna start that P/RR/S tomorrow hopefully. if not, i will at least go really heavy on everything. just figured whats a better day to start that than chest and biceps day!
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by R1balla View Post
    tomorrow is gonna be a long day. gotta get up at 3am, will get home around 2:30 then hopefully take a nap then hit the gym then study. Im gonna start that P/RR/S tomorrow hopefully. if not, i will at least go really heavy on everything. just figured whats a better day to start that than chest and biceps day!
    PRRS it is, kill it mang

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    MD training has my vote; I don't do it but i'll start after my 1 year on 5/3/1 is up.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    In!

    MD training has my vote; I don't do it but i'll start after my 1 year on 5/3/1 is up.
    How much has a year on 5/3/1 improved your totals?
    Did you still find time for accessory hypertrophy stuff or would that interfere with building strength

  19. Quote Originally Posted by R1balla View Post
    could care less about strength to be honest. yeah, im one of those guys haha
    Don't let people get in your head to much about this my man I can assure you small weights can build huge muscle when you target properly & let the intended muscle do the work. You will get great definition this way as well, after all you are not trying to win a strong man. How many guys on here have injuries trying to be "that guy" at the gym or copy an old Cell-Tech ad

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  22. Quote Originally Posted by Ballesteri View Post
    YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!! When Classic says In in in!.........you know you are on your way!
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by classic34 View Post
    It means I'm triply excited to follow along.
    I know that!!! What else would it lol

  24. Quote Originally Posted by aceroni View Post
    How much has a year on 5/3/1 improved your totals?
    Did you still find time for accessory hypertrophy stuff or would that interfere with building strength
    My 1rms have gone up quite a bit; even for just 6 months. But it is slow progress as you only increase lifts once per month (including deload week). Its good, steady progress, just tediously slow but the ability to program in my accessory work the way I want is a bonus.

    I must mention that I bastardized the accessory work for my own goals and so my gains will vary based on how well I programmed it. If you follow the program as it is written and its recommended accessory work then expect good strength gains

  25. Quote Originally Posted by Ballesteri View Post

    Don't let people get in your head to much about this my man I can assure you small weights can build huge muscle when you target properly & let the intended muscle do the work. You will get great definition this way as well, after all you are not trying to win a strong man. How many guys on here have injuries trying to be "that guy" at the gym or copy an old Cell-Tech ad
    I agree but if you're getting stronger you're getting bigger.
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