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    DEADLIFT Training - Mesocycle 53 Week 3

    This is from Sunday evening…good session finally! Trained with Kanishk and it was great fun!

    Deadlift Warm-ups:
    Dynamic Warm-ups & Mobility Drills
    45 x 3
    45 x 3
    135 x 3
    135 x 3
    205 x 3
    245 x 3
    285 x 3
    325 x 3
    365 x 1
    365 x 1
    395 x 2
    425 x 1
    455 x 1

    Deadlift SDT Progression:
    460 x 4
    460 x 3
    465 x 2
    475 x 2
    Added reps to the 460 and the 475. Good stuff!

    Pistol Squats:
    20 x 5
    20 x 5

    Kanishk also managed to do some volume work with 245 lbs.

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    Article of the Day

    There are many ways of looking at linear progression but a huge misunderstanding in strength is that your training will continue to be a simple journey from point A to point B and there will always be a straight line between those points.

    [url="http://www.gustrength.com/eric-troy:misconceptions-abound"]Misconceptions Abound: Strength, Fatloss, Skills, and Progression[/url]

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    PULL-UPS & ROW MEDLEY Training - Mesocycle 53 Week 3

    This is from last night. I have one of my close friends from Texas (Rishi) down here for a couple of days. Good times!

    Weighted Pull-ups:
    +70 x 2
    +70 x 2
    +45 x 6
    +45 x 4
    +45 x 4
    BW x 12
    I'm very pleased with this. The +45 x 6 was killer.

    Chest Supported Row Machine:
    180 x 4
    180 x 4
    135 x 7
    135 x 7

    Head Supported Rows:
    20 kgs x 10 x 4

    Facepulls:
    35 kgs x 15
    40 kgs x 12
    45 kgs x 7
    35 kgs x 12
    30 kgs x 20

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    This is each and every single Deadlift workout I've ever done from 2007 (when I first decided to start training for Strength) to this current week:

    [url="http://www.gustrength.com/spreadhseet:ashiem-deadlift-progression-chart"]Deadlift Progression Chart[/url]

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    FRONT SQUATS & SNATCH GRIP DEADLIFTS Training - Mesocycle 53 Week 3

    This is from Wednesday night..

    Front Squats Warm-ups:
    Dynamic Warm-ups & Mobility Drills
    45 x 3
    45 x 3
    135 x 3
    135 x 3
    205 x 3
    255 x 2

    Front Squats Work Sets:
    275 x 3
    295 x 1
    275 x 3
    275 x 3
    235 x 5
    Very cool! Added a rep to the 275 first set. Next week I will add volume and then the following week I'll be making some changes to keep things fresh. I'm still debating on what to do exactly but I'll be adding in Anderson Front Squats. I think I will warm up to 275 x whatever and do a single or double with 295 and then I will do Anderson Front Squats for 3-4 sets tops. Let's see...

    Snatch Grip Deadlifts Warm-ups:
    45 x 3
    135 x 3
    225 x 3
    275 x 3
    315 x 2

    Snatch Grip Deadlifts Work Sets:
    365 x 3
    365 x 3
    315 x 4
    Gonna add reps to all sets next week. Then I'll be rotating these out for Rack Pulls. Since I'm going to be doing 3 Weeks each of Snatch Grip Deadlifts, Rack Pulls, Deficit Deadlifts and Rack Pulls again, I'm going to change the parameters a little with the Rack Pulls. Once out of the two times I'll be cycling them I will have them heavy for doubles and triples and the other time I will keep them at 4-6 reps for 3 sets.

    Farmer's Walk:
    110 lbs x 60 feet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiem View Post
    Just a Maximal Strength Trainee...case in point: Deadlift Specialist only
    LOL. Welcome to the site.
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    Thanks!

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    LEFT OVER Training - Mesocycle 53 Week 3

    This is from Thursday..

    Unilateral RDLs:
    70 x 7 x 3

    Overhead Press Rest Paused:
    165 x 5 + 2 + 1 = 8

    Russian Twists:
    45 x 8 x 3

    Inverted Rows:
    BW x 15 x 2

    Kneel to Squat Jump:
    This is like a party trick lol..

    Renegade Rows:
    12.5 kgs x 6 x 2

    Banded Push-ups:
    APT's No. 2 & No. 1 x 8 x 2

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    I got a stomach bug. No training for the next few days as my system tries to regain some control. Ridiculous....

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    I am curious as to what you see as the difference between training-for-maximal-strength and "powerlifting"?

    I am a "Bodybuilder" (Stop sniggering at the back, I really am! Honest!!! When I go...) training for aesthetic appearance (based on my own interpretation of what is ideal). So I don't know much about powerlifting but my limited understanding was that this was training to be able to lift (once) the highest weight possible, which I assumed was therefore about training-for-maximal-strength.

    Am I mistaken?

    Kind Regards
    Dave

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