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  1. #61
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    Sunday 6th June

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    Band Int Rotation - 3x20 each side.

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    You looked good for another rep on that set of squats!

    Regarding your programming thoughts, how much weight have you added since you weighed 75kg in 2009? it's much harder to progress linearly or even with advanced novice if the scale isn't moving (though i imagine you know this).

    Just some thoughts from a fellow Brit

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    when I started barbell training I weighed 64kg, by the end of 2009 I weighed 75kg.

    during 2010 I have grown considerably but somehow stayed the same weight. I have gone from 32" waist to 36" this year. And my arms/back are bigger and much stronger too.

    But still 75kg somehow!

    Im have akways had ample calories, but perhaps lacked on protein. I just started to use whey protein, so hopefully that combined with greater volume days on TM will help me get bigger.

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    I know lifting is all relative, and everyone has different genetic potential and growth cycles etc.

    But IMO you can get a lot stronger and more to the point you NEED to get more stronger before you jump onto a specialised programme.

    If you're bored of SS, then tough. You should have trained harder and ate better..

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    Ive just started TM. Hardly specialised bro!

    I exhausted SS a long time ago and have been flogging a dead horse pretty much. SS/linear progression is typically 3-7 months. I Did 6 months this year, added to stronglifts last year.

    I have not been able to recover like a novice for a long time. My progress does not even come weekly anymore.

    Novices can recover & progress within 48hrs.

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