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Old 09-05-2006, 10:26 AM
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Looking around on here and this looks very promising, I think I'm going to give it a shot.I did my RM5's yesturday.

Bench 255*5
Squat 315*5
Barbell Row 200*5
Deadlift 350*5
Incline Press 225*5
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Old 09-07-2006, 03:32 PM
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Old 09-11-2006, 12:32 PM
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today

squat 5*185,5*205,5*225,5*255,5*280
Bench 5*150,5*165,5*180,5*200,5*220
barbellrow 5*120,5*135,5*150,5*165,5*180

Also did 2 sets of hypers and 4 sets of wieghted situps

I think I'm going to have to lower my squat a bit, might have to drop to 15%. bench and Barbellrow were good.
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Looking around on here and this looks very promising, I think I'm going to give it a shot.I did my RM5's yesturday.

Bench 255*5
Squat 315*5
Barbell Row 200*5
Deadlift 350*5
Incline Press 225*5
That's a lot of maxing for one day. You might have had some higher numbers if you spread them over a couple days. Just a thought.

Good luck w/ the program. I really liked it.
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Aren't you supposed to do what ever you found out your 5 rm to be you do that for 5 sets, Not just random weight with 5 reps.
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Aren't you supposed to do what ever you found out your 5 rm to be you do that for 5 sets, Not just random weight with 5 reps.
You'd never be able to do your 5RM for 5x5....

You're supposed to start lower than your 5RM and progress over a number of weeks....hopefully being able to do a weight close to, or over, your 5RM for 5x5 as you near the end of the program. IF I remember correctly.
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Your right Kane and BG5150 is right, I think your numbers could be higher if you did your testing for 5RM more spread out. That way you have a better gauge of how the program truly worked for you.
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Good points everyone. I remember it took me an entire week divided into only 2 workouts. But, if you're running single factor 5x5, then you're still in great shape. Just drop those weights down and start slowly building up from there. You shouldn't really be close to your 5 RM until 4-6 weeks IMO.
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I dropped 2.5% per week , so I'm starting 10% below my 5RM. In 4 weeks I should be there and after that, all gains.

BG5150- You made a good point, I never thought about doing it over a few days. So they might be off alittle bit.
But all I did that day was a quick warm-up then my max's. I kind of had a good idea of what they would be, so I was just trying to confirm it.
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9:15 TRAIN - 1.5 liters of water

10:00 - Protein shake w/ skim milk and water
creatine 20oz water

13:00 - 6oz chicken w/ pasta (alfredo-this was a treat)
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16:15 - 6oz XL hamburger
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