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  1. Boom

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    Been working out consistently for just under two months. Weight is 138 as of yesterday and height is nearly 5'9 in the morning. Main goal is to get bigger and lift heavier weights. Following a slightly modified Rippetoe routine.

    Workout from yesterday, 28/9/09

    Squat (atg)
    bar*whatever
    95*5
    135*5
    155*5
    170*5
    175*2*5

    Dips
    6,6

    Bench Press
    bar*10
    65*5
    95*3*5

    Deadlift
    95*5
    135*5
    155*5
    195*5
     
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    welcome to the trainging log section!

    good luck on your goals :big grin:
     
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    welcome :bigthumb:

    how's the progression going with your modified rippetoe? i keep hearing that modifying it is a big nono and can effect your gains.
     
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    When I first started I weighed 125 and my stats were:

    Squat - ~115*3*5
    Bench - ~ 75*3*5
    Dead - ~135*1*5 (bad form)

    The only thing I have done is copied another routine and recently added barbell curls and skull crushers on the Friday of every week.
     
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    Didn't get a chance to update

    Sept/30/09

    Squat
    95*5
    135*5
    155*5
    175*3*5 (PR)

    Pendlay Rows
    65*5
    85*5
    100*3*5

    Military Press :hs:
    bar*10
    75*4
    70*5
    70*5

    Cg pullups
    5,5,6

    Abs

    Pretty good day for squats, but military press is slow going
     
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    Good workout I think

    Oct/3/09

    Squats
    95*5
    135*5
    155*5
    180*5(PR)
    180*5
    180*4

    Bench
    bar*whatever
    85*5
    100*5 (PR)
    100*5
    100*4

    Dips
    6,4

    Deadlift - Squats killed me for this
    135*5
    185*3
    195*1
    205*1
     
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    This part should have been done at the end of the last workout, but I forgot. Instead, I did a quick one today.

    BB curls
    50*8
    50*8
    50*8

    Skull Crushers
    30*10
    30*10

    Calves
    Abs
     
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    Good workout overall

    Pendlay Rows
    65*7
    85*5
    105*5 (PR)
    105*5
    105*5

    Military Press
    45*5
    65*5
    75*5 (PR)
    75*5
    75*5

    CG Pullups
    6,3,3

    Squats
    75*5
    135*5
    155*5
    185*5 (PR)
    185*5 -
    Knee started hurt after these, was not going to be able to do another set
     
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    Had a friend workout with me, so I had a spot. Knee pain was there at first, but went away when I got to heavier squats.

    Squat
    95*5
    135*5
    155*5
    185*3*5 (PR)

    Deadlift
    95*5
    135*5
    175*5
    205*5 (PR)

    Bench Press
    45*5
    65*5
    85*5
    105*5 (PR)
    105*3
    100*4

    Dips
    7 (PR)
    5
     
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    Knee pain did the same thing again, hurt up to 145 then went away.

    Squats
    105*5
    145*5
    165*5
    190*3*5 (PR)

    Pendlay Rows
    65*5
    95*5
    110*5 (PR)
    95*5 - Was thinking my form was off, so i tried a lower weight
    110*5

    Military Press
    45*5
    65*5
    80*5 - Just barely (PR)
    80*3
    75*5

    CG Pullups
    6, 5
     
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    From Oct 12th

    Worked out in the morning and couldn't get any energy up. Just gonna list work sets.

    Squats
    195*2
    195*3 - failed the next rep

    Bench
    105*3
    105*2
    100*4

    Deadlift
    205*4

    Dips
    7 (PR), 5

    Skull Crushers
    40*7
    30*10

    Db curls
    25*10
    25*10
     
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    Oct/14/09

    Squats
    45*7
    95*5
    155*5
    195*3*5 (PR)

    Military Press
    45*5
    65*5
    80*5 Little leg drive on the last one
    80*5 Leg drive on the last one
    80*5 (PR) Leg Drive on the last two

    Pendlay Rows
    55*5
    85*5
    105*5
    95*5
    100*5

    CG Pullups
    7(PR), 5
     
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    Oct/16/09

    Bench Press
    45*5
    65*5
    85*5
    100*3*5 (PR)

    Deadlift
    135*5
    185*5
    215*5 (PR)

    Dips
    8(PR), 5

    Squat
    45*5
    95*5
    135*5
    175*5
    200*5 (PR)
    200*2 - Lost concentration and failed

    BB Curls
    40*10
    30*10

    Skull Crushers
    30*10
    40*10

    Woo. Weighed 141 at 7 pm
     
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    Oct/18/09

    Squats
    80*5
    135*5
    165*5
    200*3*5 (PR)

    Rows
    45*5
    65*5
    85*5
    105*3*5

    Military Press -
    45*5
    65*5
    85*4 (PR)
    80*5
    80*5

    Pullups
    6.5 - Didn't straighten arms at the bottom, and they seemed harder
    4
     
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    Oct/20/09

    Squats
    45*5
    95*5
    135*5
    175*5
    205*4 (PR)
    205*3

    Bench Press
    45*5
    65*5
    85*5
    105*5 (PR)
    105*4
    105*2

    Dips
    8
    6

    Deadlift
    135*5
    185*5
    225*2 (PR)
    225*2

    Sum bitch, time to up the calories
     
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    Oct/23/09

    Squats
    45*5
    95*5
    135*5
    175*5
    205*3*5 (PR)

    Pendlay Rows
    65*5
    85*5
    110*3*5

    Pullups - Fuck, these sucked
    6
    4
    4

    Military press
    45*5
    65*5
    85*3
    85*4
    85*0
    80*4
     
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    Oct/25/09

    Will hopefully get some progress pics up tomorrow. Was short on time today.

    Squats
    45*5
    95*5
    135*5
    165*5
    185*5
    210*5(PR)

    Deadlift
    45*5
    135*5
    185*5
    185*3
    225*0, Wow

    Bench Press
    45*5
    65*5
    85*5
    105*3*5 (PR)

    Dips
    9 (PR)
    6
     
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    First pic was 125 lb, last one around 142 ish. Over about 3 months
     
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    Oct/26/09

    Listing work sets

    Squats
    210*5
    210*4

    Rows
    110*3*5

    Military
    85*2
    85*3
    85*1

    CG Pullups
    8.5 (PR)
    5

    Crushers
    40*10
    40*10

    BB Curls
    50*10
    50*10
     
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    Oct/29/09

    Squats
    45*5
    95*5
    145*5
    185*5
    210*5
    210*4
    210*5 - help on the second last one (PR)

    Bench
    45*5
    65*5
    85*5
    110*4 (PR)
    110*3
    110*3

    Dips
    9
    6

    Deadlift
    95*5
    135*5
    185*5
    225*1
    225*0

    I call pull 185 quite easily, and i feel like i can do 225*5, but it is the initial movement of getting it off the ground that is tough.
     
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    How old are you? Keep it up.
     
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    17, turning 18 in December. Thanks
     
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    Oct/30/09

    Squats
    45*5
    95*5
    135*5
    175*5
    195*5
    215*3 (PR)
    215*1

    Rows - Focusing on form, can definitely feel it more
    45*5
    65*5
    85*5
    105*5
    110*5
    115*5 (PR)

    Pullups
    8
    5
    3

    Military Press
    45*5
    65*5
    85*3
    85*3
    85*1

    Stalling on a few different lifts, and i think it is mostly from not eating enough. Haven't really moved in weight, still at 142. Just gonna attempt to eat more, probably hovering around 3500 calories a day
     
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    Nov/2/09

    Squats
    45*5
    95*5
    135*5
    175*5
    215*2
    215*5
    215*5 (PR)
    215*3

    Bench Press
    45*5
    65*5
    85*5
    115*5
    115*4
    115*3

    Dips
    9, 5 sec break, then another
    5

    Deadlift
    45*5
    135*5
    185*5
    205*5

    Once i get the first rep on dead lift, the following 4 seem easy
     
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    Nov/4/09

    I think my back and legs were still fatigued from squats and deadlifts, hence the squats

    Squats
    45*10
    35*5
    135*5
    175*5
    195*5
    220*2
    185*5
    185*5

    P Rows
    45*5
    65*5
    85*5
    105*3*5

    CG Pullups - Really focusing on form, doing negatives on the way down
    7
    5
    2

    Military Press
    45*5
    65*5
    85*5 - leg drive on the last one
    85*5 - Leg drive on the last two
    85*1 - lol
     
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