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    I am lucky to have a garage gym with 330lbs of bumper plates/plates a squat rack and a bench. Up until this point, COVID has been great for me. I am on novice linear progression after having tried too many other programs to count (hazards of the Army and itís Crossfit/functional fitness affliction) and have made the expected gains for about 60 days. I am loving getting this strong this fast.

    However, I have now reached the limit of my bumper plates/plates on both squat and deadlift. Additional weights seem sold out everywhere right now. I want to keep getting stronger but am not sure the best way to do it. Should I just add reps to my work sets (i.e. 3x6 rather than 3x5).

    Any help is appreciated. Thanks everyone.

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    If you can't get a hold of more plates then you should just add reps, then add sets, or throw a tempo or a pause in to make if more difficult.

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    Cool. Thanks.

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