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    BTM W5D1

    - one-arm plank:
    2 x 30 s

    - squat:
    8 x 20 kg
    4 x 60 kg
    3 x 80 kg
    5 x 90 kg
    5 x 100 kg
    5 x 5 x 115 kg

    GS 1.

    - face pulls:
    5 x 20

    GS 1. Green band.

    - Swiss bar press:
    8 x 22.5 kg
    5 x 35 kg
    5 x 40 kg
    5 x 45 kg
    13 x 35 kg

    GS 1.

    - push-up:
    2 x 20
    7 x 10

    GS 2.

    - inverted row:
    10 x 10

    GS 2. These were tough on the biceps.
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    - plank:
    60 s

    - farmer's walk:
    5 x 30 m x 60 kg

    Not bad.

    - sandbag carry:
    4 x 30 m x 74 kg

    Loose sandbag is tough on the biceps.

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    BTM W5D2

    - one-arm plank:
    2 x 30 s

    - Swiss bar curls:
    100 x 17.5 kg

    GS 1. Total. Various grips.

    - deadlift:
    6 x 70 kg
    5 x 100 kg
    5 x 115 kg
    3 x 5 x 127.5 kg

    GS 1.

    - Swiss bar bench:
    8 x 22.5 kg
    5 x 45 kg
    5 x 52.5 kg
    5 x 5 x 60 kg

    GS 2.

    - Meadows row:
    5 x 20 x 20 kg

    GS 2.

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    BTM W5D3

    - one-arm plank:
    2 x 30 s

    - Swiss bar press:
    8 x 22.5 kg
    15 x 5 x 37.5 kg

    GS 1 & 2. Wasn't hard at all.

    - squat:
    8 x 20 kg
    4 x 60 kg
    3 x 80 kg
    5 x 100 kg
    5 x 115 kg
    20 x 85 kg

    GS 1.

    - barbell row:
    5 x 60 kg
    4 x 5 x 80 kg

    GS 2.

    - shrug:
    5 x 20 x 80 kg

    GS 2.

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    BTM W6D1

    - one-arm plank:
    2 x 30 s

    - squat:
    8 x 20 kg
    4 x 60 kg
    3 x 80 kg
    5 x 100 kg
    5 x 110 kg
    5 x 5 x 125 kg

    GS 1. Tough but not awful. I'm glad that I'm done with them and the program.

    - face pulls:
    5 x 20

    GS 1. Red band.

    - Swiss bar press:
    8 x 22.5 kg
    5 x 42.5 kg
    5 x 47.5 kg
    5 x 52.5 kg
    10 x 42.5 kg

    GS 1. Really happy with the press. This was 87.5% so I think it has improved.

    - push-ups:
    10 x 10

    GS 2.

    - inverted row:
    10 x 10

    GS 2. Swiss bar.

    Last week of Building the Monolith!

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    BTM W6D2

    - plank:
    60 s

    - Swiss bar curl:
    10 x 10 x 17.5 kg

    GS 1.

    - deadlift:
    6 x 70 kg
    5 x 100 kg
    5 x 120 kg
    3 x 5 x 140 kg

    GS 1.

    - Swiss bar bench press:
    8 x 22.5 kg
    4 x 40 kg
    5 x 55 kg
    5 x 62.5 kg
    5 x 5 x 70 kg

    GS 2.

    - MEadows row:
    5 x 5 x 20 kg

    GS 2.
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    Hey, great job sticking with the program. How satisfied are you with your lifts/bodyweight/how your shirts fit?

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    BTM W6D3

    - one arm plank:
    2 x 30 s

    - pull-aparts:
    6 x 20

    GS 1. It should have been 5 sets.

    - Swiss bar press:
    8 x 22.5 kg
    12 x 5 x 40 kg

    GS 1&2.

    - squat:
    8 x 20 kg
    4 x 60 kg
    3 x 80 kg
    5 x 100 kg
    5 x 110 kg
    5 x 125 kg
    20 x 92.5 kg

    GS 1. Tough, but not too bad.

    - barbell row:
    5 x 60 kg

    GS 2.

    - shrug:
    4 x 20 x 80 kg
    2 x 10 x 80 kg

    GS 2.

    Finished Building the Monolith! It was a tough program, but well thought out. My goal was to add body mass and I did add atleast 3 kg of weight in 6 weeks (final weigh-in is tomorrow morning). My overall strength has increased, but just by how much I will find out next week. I need to celebrate with some cake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erok View Post
    Hey, great job sticking with the program. How satisfied are you with your lifts/bodyweight/how your shirts fit?
    Thanks for taking interest! As I stated above, the program is tough, but well thought out, and therefore doable. It's free and you can look it up here. It consists of two parts: training and "diet". Since nutrition (the amount of calories consumed consistently) has always been a weak point for me, the "diet" suggestions was one of the reasons I chose it.

    I did gain 3 kg (75 kg -> 78 kg) of weight in 6 weeks which is reall good for me. I will know the final verdict romorrow morning. Clothes still fit well, if a bi tight I will be testing my lifts next week. When I started the program I was at 80% of my best ever. I know I'm not at 100% right now, but I suspect I could be at 90% atleast, which I'm really happy with. I would recommend the program and atleast the meat part of the diet.

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    starting strength nutrition camp
    - one-arm plank:
    2 x 30 s

    -squat:
    8 x 20 kg
    4 x 60 kg
    3 x 80 kg
    1 x 100 kg
    1 x 110 kg
    1 x 120 kg
    1 x 130 kg
    1 x 140 kg
    1 x 150 kg
    1 x 155 kg

    Testing. Managed to get to 90% of my best ever. On one hand, this is good because I was doing low weight for the previous six weeks. On the other, I gained 4 kg so 10 kg improvement in the squat isn't much.

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