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    Thanks Carson!!

    I will give it a read. I wanted to see a log of someone close to my size and age when it started which you were.


    You have a good evening!!

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    Enjoy my gains and my foibles.

    You have a good evening as well.

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    Not much time for this due to home remodeling.

    I cannot do the overhead press at all. Very bad and painful joint problems that make the squatting pain in the shoulder look tame. It's a problem I have had since I was much younger and just avoided anything that would cause the pain. Now that I'm older it's a no go. Squats I am trying to do but very slowly with the shoulder stretching. So I will be using a modified plan such as;


    Example 21-1: 3-In-2 Program, No Presses

    Sullivan, Jonathon M; Baker, Andy. The Barbell Prescription: Strength Training for Life After 40 (p. 375). The Aasgaard Company. Kindle Edition.

    But done twice a week or whenever I have time for now. Is this still considered a Starting Strength plan or something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred J View Post
    Not much time for this due to home remodeling.

    Is this still considered a Starting Strength plan or something else?
    Somerhing Else

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    I'm not sure I know. Since it was published by Aasgaard I would think that's it at least approved by them. Frankly I have studied the basic book for a few years and Dr. Sullivan/Baker's book for several months.
    I follow what Sully advises for older lifters of twice a week. I know some who make one lift each day over four days. But the basic program is three days per week. I don't remember what Rip wrote for older lifters.
    I'll dig out my copies.

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    Mark and Andy have similar programs in Practical Programming in the back section of the book which would make sense Andy having been involved with both.

    Example 3: severe arthritis in shoulders

    Deadlifts 1x5
    Bench Press 3x5
    DB Front Squat 3x5 or Leg Press 3x10 Lat PD 3x10. ***

    Rippetoe, Mark; Baker, Andy. Practical Programming for Strength Training (p. 398). The Aasgaard Company. Kindle Edition.

    About the same program twice a week.

    *** I will try to do this but with squats and rows.

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    starting strength coach development program
    I felt like this log would fit better in general..Fred's modified SS Geezer log

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