Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.
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Have explained he's not gonna be fast if he can't squat BW and that his squat is too pussy to justify anything other then squatting, but apparently he needs the speed that these 30kg squats are gonna give him for lacrosse.....
Could use some advice fellas...
I've gotten obsessed with body weight exercises with additional weights. Weighted pullups and weighted dips have become my two favorite lifts. I hear a lot of folks do weighted pushups, but I'm not really sure how to do these when lifting alone. Any suggestions? And how many reps should I be shooting for in each set?
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I think i've come up with a very simple, decent routine for myself. Its basically a mix of SS and lyle mcdonalds generic bulking routine. If i run it for like 10 weeks, with a good bulking diet, I should be able to add 25kg to my 5RM squat, 20kg to deadlift, and maybe 10kg to bench. More importantly it allows me to start at near enough my current 3x5 max rather than having to start with low weight again like SS does, as the progression isn't quite as severe and should be easier to maintain. Might just do incline bench both days as i find it safer with no spotter and easier to use good form. Could possibly use another exercise on squat days, but i cant think of anything useful.
squat 3 x 5
bench 3 x 5
close grip 3 x 6-10
db rows 3 x 6-10
pulldown 3 x 6-10
curls 2 x 6-10
squat 3 x 5
incline bench 3 x 5
close grip 3 x 6-10
-Squats add 5lb on the next workout when all 3 sets of 5 are completed with acceptable form
-bench add 5lb or 2lb every time 3 sets of 5 are completed with acceptable form
-deadlift add 5-10lb every time. Warm up, Perform 5RM and then 2 progressivley lighter sets of 5 reps.
- all other exercises when 10 reps are reached with good form, add weight. Stay with the new weight until 10 rep sets are reached
That was my first thought...but I was hoping there was an easier way to do it with equipment commonly found at the gym.
lucky your gym has one. my gym we have a wooden box that has carpet on the bottom, we load it with weights and get down low and push it around.
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does your exercise facility by any chance happen to have weight plates?
you know, those circular, metallic (sometimes even rubber-coated) things the muscled folks sometimes apply to the ends of a metallic rod.
if it has these nigh-mythical contraptions, you might be well advised to actually place one on your back and then proceed to do a push-up.
e. Lu demonstrates this extremely technical exercise
Ask a PT to put it on your back, or just do them when you're not lifting alone (if you ever go with a partner). What do you use for weight pullups?
Wrapped up my knees for the first time this past Friday. Not super tight. Hit 385 for two sets of 5 fairly easily. Looking forward to repping 405 in two weeks. First set. [VIDEO][/VIDEO]
I guess I could just ask a rand-o to do it. I don't ever lift with a partner. For weighted pullups I use a belt with a chain.
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