I was told that Deadlifting for more sets than 1 is not recommended, is that only because you squatted before. But now that you're deadlifting on Wednesdays it's okay to do more since you're not squatting before? That's fucking brutal man! My dead is 315lbs, so at 285lbs and the last set for 10reps, holy shit!Increase squat and deadlift 5lbs per workout,
Just curious, any specific reason you choose chins/curls with squat and the other ones with deadlift? Why the curls, don't they get used with chins or is it to just make your biceps work harder? And is it DB curls or with the straight bar?but I like to keep the chins/curls with the squat and rows/dips with the deadlift.
..for one set? Then add weight on set 2? I'm far away from BW, I can do one full ROM chinup from dead hang. The rest are negatives. Should I do one rep throughout my workout instead of making chins a workout of a bunch of negatives?but only after we can to at least 10 BW reps.
Okay so let me understand you correctly. For my squat it will be 90% of 290lbs, so 260lbs. Then it's two sets of 5, and as many as I can for set 3. Next workout I add 5lbs and repeat. Eventually I will add so much weight that I can just do 5 reps at the end. Then deload again and repeat. So on and so on??See the comment about the deload. So yes, your first two sets should initially be easier but then you bust your balls on the last set.
The previous bests as regard to the previous deload phase? Automatically this weight will be heavier than my 5/5/5 max of about three deloads earlier where I could only do a certain weight for 5/5/5, but now I'm using that same weight to do 5/5/5+?The 5+ sets during the deload phase though should see you surpassing your previous bests
sorry man i'm slow. ha