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whotime
11-21-2008, 10:12 AM
question, i am thinking of doing this routine and want to know is it resonable for me to put my wanted total at 600 when my current dead is 525??

Thanks

Hazerboy
11-21-2008, 04:28 PM
I don't know anything about the routine, so maybe someone else should be giving you advice, but a 75 lb jump is huge for anyone other than someone at a beginner level. Are you getting it off of this website: http://www.powerpage.net/coanphildead.html and using their template? What routines have you tried in the past?

Bango Skank
11-21-2008, 05:50 PM
I've heard nothing but success stories from this routine, although I think the upper limit of gains is around 60#. What is your deadlift now and what is your goal?

I intend to use this program to get my deadlift up to 500 after I finish my 5x5 cycle.

BTW, here is a website that will program all 10 weeks for you:

http://tsampa.org/training/scripts/coan_phillipi_deadlift/

whotime
11-23-2008, 07:49 PM
525 is my currcent i think i will plug in 575 anjd go with that

youngguns
11-23-2008, 08:16 PM
hey, im actually starting this program tomorrow, is a circuit 1 set of all of the assistance work?

Bango Skank
11-23-2008, 08:28 PM
hey, im actually starting this program tomorrow, is a circuit 1 set of all of the assistance work?

It should work like:

Stiff-leg deadlift: 8 reps
(rest 90 sec.)
Bent over row: 8 reps
(rest 90 sec.)
Underhand (reverse) grip lat pulldown: 8 reps
(rest 90 sec.)
Arched back good morning: 8 reps
(rest 2-3 min.)
Repeat 2x

Erik 23
11-23-2008, 08:33 PM
I think the program is good im using this program to get to a 800lbs by the end of the program. http://tsampa.org/training/scripts/c...lipi_deadlift/
Thats the site i got mine off of also, although i have to say the speed work is pretty extreme probally even harder then the actual work sets Lol.Overall i think its a great program.

Tom Mutaffis
11-24-2008, 09:57 AM
525 is my currcent i think i will plug in 575 anjd go with that

That sounds pretty reasonable unless you are coming off of a layoff, plan on gaining massive amounts of weight, etc.

If you are able to bump your deadlift by 50 lbs in a matter of a couple of months that is HUGE.

whotime
11-24-2008, 10:52 AM
That sounds pretty reasonable unless you are coming off of a layoff, plan on gaining massive amounts of weight, etc.

If you are able to bump your deadlift by 50 lbs in a matter of a couple of months that is HUGE.

thanks tom i think i am going to do that, probably work deads on monday bench on wed and squats on friday, during this routine.