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    Default Fullbody LP x4 week

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    To keep this as short as possible, lifts will be 1RMS, with me being Sex:Male Age:20, Bodyweight:98KG (on creatine) and Height:185cm



    Deadlift:210KG

    Squat:150KG

    Bench Press:120KG

    Press:90KG

    Power Clean:100KG



    Monday:
    Squat 5x5 RPE8-9
    Bench press 5x5 RPE8-9
    Chin ups 3xFailure

    Tuesday: (Dl + Accessories)
    Deadlifts 3x5-3-1 (75,85,95%1RM)
    Front Squats 3x6 2-1-2 RPE8
    Barbell rows 3x8

    Wednesday: (Recovery Day)
    Squats 2x5 (80% of Monday)
    OHP 5x8 RPE 8-9
    Chin-Ups 3xFailure
    Lateral Raises 4x10

    Friday:
    Squats 5x5 RPE8-9
    Bench Press or OHP 5x5 RPE8-9
    Chin ups 4xFailure



    Purpose of this program is to increase Squat and Bench every Monday and Friday 5lbs each,resulting in 10lbs per week, while using them in different intensities or their accessories inbetween for recovery/accessory purposes. Deadlift is set like that so I can balance having volume and practice on singles. I am not planning on competing anytime soon so I would like some advice as for how long to do this program for. An alternative of this program is basically the Texas Method of it, with 1x5RMs on friday AND back off sets for extra volume so I can program 90% of them on Mondays BUT this results in half the weight increase each week.

    Opinions?

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    Post this RPE dogshit somewhere else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Post this RPE dogshit somewhere else.
    lol

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    TheLAGman27, you want my opinion ? Here it is:

    You've posted recently 2 or 3 diffrent questions about where to go with your training. You've recieved some good answers. Yet you post again but this time the program is more complicated than before.

    I think there is no pleasing you. You will not find your satisfaction here unless someone will post a program as complicated as space shuttle.

    That is my opinion. Here is my advice -

    Be a man and choose something. Stick to it for 3-4 months and be ready to take the consequances of your decision, whatever they may be - good or bad.

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    Ideally I would just add 5 pounds each Monday and Friday but I am afraid that such practice would make previous injuries resurface. Do you think it's feasible anyway at my stage to add 5 pounds each Monday and Friday?

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    There is always risk but I dont understand how overloading your training with x4 squat, lateral raises, rows and 3 sets of intense deadlift will make you less prone to injury.

    You want it all at once and it is impossible to have it all at once.

    Drop this rpe bullshit and replace it with a good programing.

    You should be able to add some more weight to your sqaut and deadlift at 5 pounds per week. You should be probobly microload your presses.

    What kind of injuries you are worried about ?

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    Cervical prolapse.

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    In the past: quadriceps tendonitis, patellae chondromalacia and patellar tendonitis. Got them through intensity so this is why I am adding the frequency to compensate.

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    here we go with the cervix again , , ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLAGman27 View Post
    In the past: quadriceps tendonitis, patellae chondromalacia and patellar tendonitis. Got them through intensity so this is why I am adding the frequency to compensate.
    So all of your injuries are within 10 cm of your knee joint and you program intense squats 4 times a week ?

    I'm out.

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