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    Here is a brief overview of my history of Training.

    Throughout my training, I was running StrongLifts 5x5

    September 2017
    Age: 18
    Height: 5'11
    Bodyweight: 140lb
    Squat: 75lb 5x5
    Bench Press: 65lb 5x5, 125lbx1
    Deadlift: 95lbx5
    Press: 45lbx5
    Row: 45lbx5

    March 2018
    Age: 18
    Height: 5'11
    Bodyweight: 160lb
    Squat: 180lb 5x5, 225lbx1
    Bench Press: 135lbx5
    Deadlift: 255lbx5
    Press: 85lb 3x5
    Row: --

    Early March 2020
    Age: 20
    Height: 5'11
    Bodyweight: 150lb
    Squat: 215lb 3x5, 240lbx1
    Bench Press: 160lbx5
    Deadlift: 290lbx5, 265lbx10
    Press: 105lbx2
    Row: 95lb 3x5

    March-August: No training because the Gym was closed.

    September 2020
    Age: 21
    Height: 5'11
    Bodyweight: 133lb
    Squat: 120lb 3x5
    Bench Press: 65lb 3x5
    Deadlift: 135lbx5
    Press: 45lb 3x5
    Row: 65lb 3x5


    My goal is to play College Football in the 2021 Season beginning in August 2021 and looking at my training, I know that I need to do better than I have this time. Is there any feedback I can get about goal lifts and my bodyweight to aim for next August? Thank you.

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    If your looking to play college football at 5'11" and 133lbs you better start eating. Also you need to triple your deadlift and squat. You need to seriously go back to NLP, eat your calories and get some weight on the bar. At Bama the quarter back squats 600lbs. You didn't say what level you wanted to play but even for JUCO you are light and weak.

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    “At Bama the quarter back squats 600lbs” He doesn’t squat 600lbs he standing knee flexes and extends 600lbs. But ya he’s still really strong.

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    "He doesn’t squat 600lbs he standing knee flexes and extends 600lbs."

    I couldn't find any video of him squatting so we'll never know for sure. But I bet Cochran in the day was a stickler for strict reps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oso Rojo View Post
    But I bet Cochran in the day was a stickler for strict reps.
    What about his recent conduct leads you to say this?

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