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It's a conjugate sequence model. Elite level runners and olympic throwers have been using the model before Louie found a russian textbook.
post #43112 of 57266
You're going to have to pay taxes on that income so it's not tax less. Harder to track, yes, but it could fuck you over if you grossly neglect to declare it.

I second that 90 deg is enough for A leg press. More is asking for trouble!
post #43113 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

It's a conjugate sequence model. Elite level runners and olympic throwers have been using the model before Louie found a russian textbook.


Don't trivialise him ok, he hired a rocket scientist to come to westside. Fucking rockets man.
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Westside is a set of training principles, not a set program. It's apples and oranges.

I feel like anytime you are using a set program you are selling yourself short.
post #43115 of 57266
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It's a conjugate sequence model. Elite level runners and olympic throwers have been using the model before Louie found a russian textbook.

I understood literally none of that.

I just want to lift heavy shit.
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Originally Posted by TeeKay View Post

I understood literally none of that.

I just want to lift heavy shit.


You also need to lift light stuff fast because you can't lift a heavy weight slowly because F=MA
post #43117 of 57266
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Originally Posted by tesseract View Post

I feel like anytime you are using a set program you are selling yourself short.

Yup. The new setup is basically going to be 4 days/week with dynamic upper and lower body days and max effort upper and lower body days. The rest is going to be quite variable and tailored to my personal fitness goals.
post #43118 of 57266
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You also need to lift light stuff fast because you can't lift a heavy weight slowly because F=MA

Oh yeah that too!
post #43119 of 57266
You going to do like 10x2 with 150lb on your bench press using a bar filled with water and kettle balls attached to it with bands?
post #43120 of 57266
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Originally Posted by TeeKay View Post

I understood literally none of that.

I just want to lift heavy shit.

Then do that smile.gif Have some bodybuilding days, have some days were you work in a 3 rep range.
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Then do that smile.gif Have some bodybuilding days, have some days were you work in a 3 rep range.

How about you do what you wanna do and I'll do what I wanna do and we'll race to a 1000 total?

Oh wait.
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Originally Posted by TeeKay View Post

How about you do what you wanna do and I'll do what I wanna do and we'll race to a 1000 total?

Oh wait.

Boom goes the dynamite!
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

You going to do like 10x2 with 150lb on your bench press using a bar filled with water and kettle balls attached to it with bands?

Lol.
This is actually a quite common technique by the strongest powerlifters here, but we hang kettlebells in bands from the collars on the bar.

I looked through some logs of the countrys best lifters here and it appears many of them just hired the same coach as I got. Feels pretty good. Anyway, he has them do that swinging/hanging weights thing along with other compound lift variation I've never heard of, like squat to 3/4 up and then down again for reps, stiff leg sumo deadlifts, cgbp with bands and boards, etc... My template is more basic but I'd like to try sole of those lifts later on.


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TeeKay, I personally have no direct experience from westside apart from speed work and it never did anything for me. Granted, I was probably to weak at the time to benefit from doing fast reps with lower percentages, but speed work or dynamic effort in general have been pretty heavily critized lately (Mike Tuchscherer has published good criticism).

Also, I think a westside template makes more sense as a powerlifter than bodybuilder. The ME days seem too low volume for BBing and the DE days are too light, not even relevant to your goals. I think something like upper/lower 3x a week (6 lifting days) with varying intensity and volume over the week (heavy day, middle day, volume day) would work well, but I know training legs (or upper for that matter) 3x a week isn't very popular here.
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Originally Posted by TeeKay View Post

Yup. The new setup is basically going to be 4 days/week with dynamic upper and lower body days and max effort upper and lower body days. The rest is going to be quite variable and tailored to my personal fitness goals.

^^^
post #43125 of 57266
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

Lol.
This is actually a quite common technique by the strongest powerlifters here, but we hang kettlebells in bands from the collars on the bar.

I looked through some logs of the countrys best lifters here and it appears many of them just hired the same coach as I got. Feels pretty good. Anyway, he has them do that swinging/hanging weights thing along with other compound lift variation I've never heard of, like squat to 3/4 up and then down again for reps, stiff leg sumo deadlifts, cgbp with bands and boards, etc... My template is more basic but I'd like to try sole of those lifts later on.


Back OT:
TeeKay, I personally have no direct experience from westside apart from speed work and it never did anything for me. Granted, I was probably to weak at the time to benefit from doing fast reps with lower percentages, but speed work or dynamic effort in general have been pretty heavily critized lately (Mike Tuchscherer has published good criticism).

Also, I think a westside template makes more sense as a powerlifter than bodybuilder. The ME days seem too low volume for BBing and the DE days are too light, not even relevant to your goals. I think something like upper/lower 3x a week (6 lifting days) with varying intensity and volume over the week (heavy day, middle day, volume day) would work well, but I know training legs (or upper for that matter) 3x a week isn't very popular here.


Isn't this pretty standard? I never lock anything out on high reps, fuck locking out on 25x100kg squats. I don't even lock out deads, just get the bar to my quads usually.
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