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    pfffft!
    Chest, Shoulders, Bis, Back?

    what is this sugarpoopie, some type of DC training? pissshaawww

    I still need to fully read and digest the info you sent me Beelze. I'm still doing my 5 day split.

    I really need to get back to my stretching too god damn it.

    Nice PR on the deads bro.

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    Yeah, I could definitely see straps being an obstacle for a PL'er down the road once you start increasing and increasing your deads..I do them 100% for myofibrillar h-trophy, so I need the straps to keep my form and put some slabs of meat on my skinny ass back..Keep up the good work Beezlebub
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier
    I do them 100% for myofibrillar h-trophy
    why not just do them to get bigger and stronger?
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    Hey Beelzebub, I am motiv8er's little brother. I was looking at your DLing numbers. I was wondering. At 19, and 245 lbs, if I deadlift 360 lbs for three reps, what do normal kids my age lift? and does it help that I am 6'6"?

    EDIT: I meant at like PL'ers meets and what not
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    Quote Originally Posted by guyfromkop2
    why not just do them to get bigger and stronger?
    Haha..One look at my avatar and you can see why..
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    Quote Originally Posted by motiv8erJR
    Hey Beelzebub, I am motiv8er's little brother. I was looking at your DLing numbers. I was wondering. At 19, and 245 lbs, if I deadlift 360 lbs for three reps, what do normal kids my age lift? and does it help that I am 6'6"?

    EDIT: I meant at like PL'ers meets and what not
    6'6" would be more of a hindrance than a help IMO. either way, at 19 y/o, 360 x 3 ain't nuttin to be ashamed of. i'd put you maxing around 405 or so. my training partner just turned 21 and after 2 months of deadlifting my way, he's getting 2 sets of 405 x 8.
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    2/27 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves
    squats
    bar x 20
    (2) 135 x 6
    225 x 3
    (2) 315 x 3
    belt
    405 x 1
    belt/wraps
    505 x 4 PR (took too long lining up the footing, wasted too much energy, felt like i had already done 3 by time i started)
    90 second stretch

    SLDL
    135 x 10
    225 x 3
    315 x 3
    435 x 9 PR
    60 second stretch

    one handed dumbbell wrist curls
    (2) 45's x 22,16

    standing alt. dumbbell curl
    35's x 10
    45's x 3
    60's x 3
    80's x 4 PR
    1 minute rest
    50's x 20 PR
    60 second stretch

    standing calves
    1 set DC routine 15 reps
    1 max set of same weight
    60 second stretch

    20 minutes cardio 130-140 heartrate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiquitous
    pfffft!
    Chest, Shoulders, Bis, Back?

    what is this sugarpoopie, some type of DC training? pissshaawww

    I still need to fully read and digest the info you sent me Beelze. I'm still doing my 5 day split.

    I really need to get back to my stretching too god damn it.

    Nice PR on the deads bro.
    chest,shoulders,TRI'S, and back actually

    and yes, it's DC with a few modifications.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier
    Haha..One look at my avatar and you can see why..
    just because you're small now doesnt mean you cant get bigger, just eat more and train smart. anyone can grow, just have to do it right.
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    nice workout as usual beelze, i'll be doing sldls soon, just ordered myself a jump stretch platform
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    chest,shoulders,TRI'S, and back actually

    and yes, it's DC with a few modifications.
    I'm sorry bro.. I think of you and the word "BI" always conjures up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiquitous
    I'm sorry bro.. I think of you and the word "BI" always conjures up.
    Don't let the big softy fool you. He's a "meat" eater through and through. There isn't a "straight" bone in his body.
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    2/28 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    2 weeks after the pec pull...........

    incline dumbbell (45 degree)
    (2) 40's x 10
    60's x 10
    80's x 6
    100's x 3
    125's x 3
    145's x 8 PR (easy, never even attempted 145's on incline before and didn't want to risk past 8. no tweaks at any point, i'm cured)
    70 second stretch with 85's

    military barbell (seated)
    bar x 10
    135 x 10
    185 x 3
    225 x 3
    275 x 4 PR (spot on 4)
    60 second stretch

    smith CGBP
    135 x 10
    225 x 10
    315 x 7 (felt too heavy, like i was just trying to move weight vs. working tri's)
    225 x 16 (much mo' betta)
    10 second rest
    135 x 12
    70 second stretch with 45's

    wide grip pulldowns
    160 x 10
    220 x 6
    300 x 10 PR

    rack deads (top of knee)
    225 x 3
    405 x 3
    straps
    675 x 5 PR
    60 second stretch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    my training partner just turned 21 and after 2 months of deadlifting my way, he's getting 2 sets of 405 x 8.
    Beelz where do I sign up ?


    Hey just curious what was he deadlifting before?
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    315 x 2.
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    I believe it!

    I will tell you this bro, after reading that thread on Deadlifting in which you and a few others were advocating letting the reps fall where they may vs. following a strict deadlift repscheme my max has gone up almost 80lbs in ~ 3 weeks. I like that all of these training logs have been popping up lately, good to see such an emphasis on training / progression. Keep up the good work!
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    675 x 5 on rack deads? **** man that's nuts! well done buddy very well done indeed .. i've got a tad bit of catching up to do
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    bigcasino, thanks brutha. glad you took some advice from that thread. it's a lot of simple **** that guys just don't think of. overthinking the situation, lol. imagine that, powerlifters.......overthinkin g.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenihan
    675 x 5 on rack deads? **** man that's nuts! well done buddy very well done indeed .. i've got a tad bit of catching up to do
    bro, i have never seen such an improvement in overall back development since i added rack deads to the routine. it's helping my lockout bigtime on full range deads as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    overthinking the situation
    that's the #1 problem, people need to learn to just dummy up and lift

    and nice workout as usual
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    very impressive Beelzebub.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    bro, i have never seen such an improvement in overall back development since i added rack deads to the routine. it's helping my lockout bigtime on full range deads as well.
    oh i love rack deads .. i don't actually get to them nearly as often as i'd like using the westside routine i'm currently on .. but once this is over in a few weeks and i'm back on my typical routine i'll be doing rack deads around once every 11 days or so
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    Gotta love the Rack Deads.
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    glen, what routine were you doing before? i'm hitting them every 10 days on this program.
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    it was a modified DC routine .. similiar to what you're doing but a little different .. i know its posted somewhere here i'll try to find it
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    bam boom! here it is
    How much is too much volume?
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    gotcha, pretty similar with a few tweaks.
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    yup ...
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    ....mine's better
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    obviously.

    being you're lifting more weight and all...........
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    take weight into consideration and lets see who lifts more per square pound
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    per square pound???

    take into who's got more of a leverage advantage at being 4' tall. a deadlift is what, 6" from the ground?
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    Now I understand why the 2 of you have so many posts...
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    LMAO, touche.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    per square pound???

    take into who's got more of a leverage advantage at being 4' tall. a deadlift is what, 6" from the ground?

    ... can't argue with that one
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    3/2 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves
    hack squats (slightly below parallel)
    rack x 20
    (3) 180 x 6
    360 x 3
    540 x 3
    wraps
    860 x 3 PR
    90 second stretch

    hammer leg curls
    45 x 10
    90 x 6
    145 x 12 PR
    60 second stretch

    dumbbell wrist raises
    (2) 30's x max

    straight bar curl (very strict, no elbow movement)
    bar x 10
    75 x 10
    125 x 8
    75 x 20
    60 second stretch

    leg press calves
    400 x 12
    (2) 600 x 15,14
    60 second stretch

    20 minutes cardio 130 heartrate

    1 max set of crunches with 30lb dumbbell
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    3/3 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    incline barbell
    bar x 20
    (2) 135 x 10
    (2) 225 x 6
    315 x 3
    365 x 2 PR (first time with this weight, small spot at sticking point on 2)
    70 second stretch with 90's

    military dumbbell
    40's x 10
    60's x 6
    80's x 3
    100's x 1
    135's x 3 (got 6 last time, but i haven't hit em heavy in a couple weeks due to the pec injury)
    60 second stretch

    tate press
    35's x 10
    (2) 45's x 12, 10 PR
    60 second stretch with 45's

    WG chins (pullups)
    BW x 14 PR
    BW + 45lbs x 5 PR (too heavy, try a 25'er next time)
    BW x 9

    CG cable rows
    150 x 10
    240 x 3
    335 x 7 PR
    60 second stretch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    WG chins (pullups)
    BW x 14 PR
    WTF Marine. Better man up and gimme more than that Devil.

    Pretty good at your weight actually.

    Question about your curls. I did 140 pounds tonight on the ez-curl bar, 13x4x3. These b!tches kill my wrists. Wraps only slighty help. For future reference, do you think straight bar curls would decrease wrist pain?
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    no, straight bar hurts my wrists even further, hence why i'm not going that heavy and doing them super strict. try doing them a little more strict next time. not sure how you're doing em now, but if your elbows are moving (bringing your shoulders into it), you're most likely using too much weight. JMO
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    Thought so. Im pretty strict, although my later reps become a little less strict. Guess I could reevaluate my form (i.e. stand against a wall) and really focus on doing them super strict throughout the entire set/s.
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