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|04-08-2007, 08:01 AM||#1|
| ph0bia. |
Join Date: Aug 2006
Starting Strength journal.
So I started this program again today. Tried it once but gave up on it because I gained alo of fat 'coz of my diet. Switched to a 4-day split for 3 months, didn't see any results. So I ended up reading alot about Starting Strength and figured where the problem lay. So I've decided to give this program a try again.
These lifts are lighter as I want to start light before I get used to it again since I took a month off aswell due to back pain. So I don't want to put so much pressure on it. Going particularly light on the deadlift.
My routine would be something like this:
Saturday - Cardio (40 minutes)
Sunday - Workout + Abs
Monday - Cardio (40 minutes)
Tuesday - Workout + Abs
Wednesday - Rest
Thursday - Workout + Biceps
Friday - Rest
Ab work: Crunch (4x15), Vertical Leg Raise (4x15), Ball Crunch(4x15), Side Crunch (4x15)
Biceps work: Barbell curl (3x12), Preacher Curl (3x12), Dumbell Curl (3x12)
My lifts as of today:
3x5 Squat - 176 lbs
3x5 Bench Press - 99 lbs
1x5 Deadlift - 99 lbs
Supplements: ON 100% Whey Protein, Universal Real Gains & Creatine
My aim primarily is to get big and build strength on the way.
|04-08-2007, 09:46 AM||#2|
| EricT |
Experience: 7-10 Years
Join Date: Jul 2005
That's good. Way too much bicep work. Just do two or three sets of biceps and put in some chinups/pullups if you haven't already (not on same day).
Last edited by EricT; 04-08-2007 at 10:46 AM..
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