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Old 05-13-2008, 11:32 PM   #31
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BTW, I know my descriptions aren't WSB style. That's just the way I like to do it...works a charm though
That's the beauty of the conjugate system.. Just a bunch of principles, exercises, and round about structure.. All else only matters in how much more weight you press the following week, by ANY means necessary. Similiar in concept to Jeet Kun Do, where you take what works and use it.. And what works usually differs from person to person.

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Old 05-14-2008, 03:02 AM   #32
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Old 05-14-2008, 10:08 AM   #33
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That's the beauty of the conjugate system.. Just a bunch of principles, exercises, and round about structure..
Yeah, I agree. I just figure that I'd say something because many will not consider something that didn't come direct from an article by Tate or Simmons . I've also found that people have a preconception about singles...that you can only do a couple and then you have to change exercises or that you can only do them once in a blue moon...all sorts of things like that.

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If you act sanctimonious I will just list out your logical fallacies until you get pissed off and spew blasphemous remarks.
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Old 05-14-2008, 10:25 AM   #34
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5/14/08 ME Squat/DL

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Barx5
135x5
185x5
215x3
250x2
290x1
325x1
340x1
365x1(PR!)
375X1(25LB PR!)

SLDL
185x12x4

Pull Throughs
20x15
25x12
30x12
30x15

Pulldown Abs
60x20x4

Standing Calf Raise
115x12x2

Seated Raise
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I just figure that I'd say something because many will not consider something that didn't come direct from an article by Tate or Simmons
No doubt.. The majority of articles I've read by them sorta seem more directed at themselves lol, or anyone who can handle A LOT of volume and intensity. For every ten intermediates who train according to those articles, two would succeed (if used verbatim without acknowledging the fact that it should be more open to interpretation based on individual recovery, experience, and strength level).
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Old 05-14-2008, 07:07 PM   #36
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5/14/08 ME Squat/DL

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340x1
365x1(PR!)
375X1(25LB PR!)
Nice PR! I bet when you devote a max testing day without all that work, you'd be in the 400's for sure.
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Great PR!! I have to agree with 0311 in that going for a max day you would probably be over 400. Keep it going

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Old 05-16-2008, 12:41 PM   #38
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yea,next time i ME deadlift im going for 405..
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Great job on the pr's!

You really should stick to your best max for that day...whatever you can do with good form. May or may not be a pr. This is why the idea is to accumulate work in the above 90% range...not just to hit big PR's.

You seem to be going for a pr and just stopping. Heavy singles are not the same as testing days!
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Great job on the pr's!

You really should stick to your best max for that day...whatever you can do with good form. May or may not be a pr. This is why the idea is to accumulate work in the above 90% range...not just to hit big PR's.

You seem to be going for a pr and just stopping. Heavy singles are not the same as testing days!
the last set was with good form and very hard,there was noway i could of did another set..

btw,your only supose to hit like 3-4 lifts above 90%..correct?
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