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Old 11-14-2007, 01:17 PM
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I like Beyond Brawn's 200/300/400 for a good base. 300/400/500 and you've accomplished something. That's a good basic and generalized goal that is very attainable for just about anyone. Of course sometimes people are stronger benchers or better squatters, but it's a good barameter regardless.
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Old 11-15-2007, 06:16 AM
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I've never cared about what my squat/dead/bench is compared to each other. It doesnt make sense to, its a waste of time. Push your numbers up on all three, where they land is where they land. Unless of course your taining for PL comp, in which case I completely understand.

Everyone is different, before the shoulder injury I could press 315 for multiple sets, and think nothing of it. but if i did one set of 315 on squat, I could barely walk the next day. But both my squat and my bench were progressing ... and thats all that really matters.
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Your stat's are good.

But in no way should your squat and bench have only 35 lbs. seperating them. With a bench press of 250, and a weight of 162. That's pretty fantastic, but your squat as of now needs to be in the 300's. Atleast.

The rest of your lifts are pretty impressive.
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They have probably improved some during the 7 months since he posted this question.
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Lol
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Old 05-22-2008, 11:11 AM
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I'd say you're doing great, better than a lot of people ever get in their lives! No joke. I'd say that you could do a smidgen better in the legs dept., but 285 @ your weight is def. respectable, man! Keep it up, and eat big! Oh, and don't care about what other people say/think. Let 'em, they're probably jealous!
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