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Old 10-30-2008, 03:29 PM
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Alright. Up until recently I've been taking the easy way out with bench (using the machine) but today I started using the free weights; it's basically like starting from scratch. I'm kinda shaky 'cause I got no stabalazier muscles but otherwise my form is pretty good.

My diet is good so I think I can make some decent progress quick. I'm gonna try to increase everything by 10lbs a week. I'm lifting mon-wed-fri and I do cardio tues-wed-thurs.

5'10
150lbs

Feel free to critique or help me improve my routine

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30 October 2008
Bench (flat):
1x10 (85lbs)
5x5 (100lbs)

Bench (incline):
1x10 (85lbs)
3x5 (100lbs)

Squat:
1x10 (100lbs)
2x5 (115lbs)
3x5 (135lbs)

Deadlift:
1x10 (95lbs)
5x5 (115lbs)

Dips:
3x10
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Old 10-30-2008, 03:38 PM
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i would stick to five pound increases for awhile. squats and deads on the same day will wear you out after awhile. what do wed/fri look like?
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Old 10-30-2008, 04:17 PM
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I agree with Pity. THose are some big lifts for one training day (bench,squat and dead)
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