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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

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    New rules of lifting strength 1 routine

    I just started yesterday on 10/8/07
    HOLY S*** now that was one bad a** workout.

    10/8/07
    Day 1: squat strength

    3 warm up sets :
    12 reps with the bar
    12 reps with 95 lbs.
    12 reps with 145 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 185 lbs
    set 2 - 1 rep @ 205 lbs
    set 3 - 6 rep @ 195 lbs
    set 4 - 1 rep @ 225 lbs
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 165 lbs
    set 6 - 20 reps @ 155 lbs

    The point of this "wave loading" is to make the lighter sets feel much lighter then they usually would if I would have started off with that weight (ie. the 12 reps of 165 lbs. was cake after doing the previous 4 sets. The 20 sets of 155 wasn't necessarily cake, but it felt a lot lighter then 155 did during my warm-up).

    remainder of working sets:

    3 supersets of 15 reps with no rest during each superset:
    bulgarian split squat supersetted with step-ups, with 35 lb dumbells

    (my legs were shaking by this point)

    2 supersets of 10 reps with no 60 seconds of rest during each superset:
    back extentions supersetted with swiss-ball crunch, with a 25-lb weight.

    (Now that was tough)

    This is the strength 1 routine from the "New rules of Lifting" book. It's a 4-day split. Day 1 is squat strength, Day 2 is horizantal push/pull strength, Day 3 is deadlift strength, Day 4 is vertical push/pull strength. The big "wave loading" sets is what each day starts out with, because the ultimate goal of this routine is to increase the maxes on the squat, deadlift, flat bench, barbell row, military press, and weighted pull-up. Each day has additional exercises after the wave-loading just to completely kick your a** and put you through hell (plus it works the opposing muscles that the wave-loading didn't directly hit).

    So far after one day, I'm really hurtin, and it seems like a really good workout. I'll keep updating this thread to let everyone know how this routine is working to increase my strength on all the major lifts.
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    Day 2: Horizantal push/pull strength - 10/10/07

    I'm liking this routine so far. This part wasn't as painful as the previous squat strength day. But here's my numbers:

    Barbell Bench press:

    2 warm-up sets @ 135 lbs. and 155 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 175 lbs.
    set 2 - 3 reps @ 205 lbs.
    set 3 - 6 reps @ 185 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 rep @ 215 lbs.
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 155 lbs.

    I know I have more in me then that, but it was my first time ever trying to max out on bench pressing

    Barbell rows:

    2 warm-up sets @ 135 lbs. and 155 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 175 lbs
    set 2 - 1 rep @ 195 lbs.
    set 3 - 6 reps @ 185 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 rep @ 205 lbs.
    set 5 - 9 reps @ 155 lbs. (was supposed to get 12)

    My form was a bit off for the last rep of the 185 lbs set and the 205 lbs. set.


    Auxiliary exercises:
    neutral grip chins supersetted with dumbell overhead press

    2 supersets with 2 minutes rest between sets
    neutral grip chins - body weight x 8
    dumbell overhead press - 55 lbs. x 8

    Lower body russian twist - 2 x 10

    Good workout. Definately not as rough as the squat strength day.
    Last edited by brihead301; 10-11-2007 at 02:00 PM.

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    Day 3: Deadlift strength - 10/13/07

    3 warm up sets :
    12 reps with 135 lbs.
    12 reps with 155 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 185 lbs
    set 2 - 2 reps @ 215 lbs
    set 3 - 6 rep @ 195 lbs
    set 4 - 2 rep @ 235 lbs
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 155 lbs
    set 6 - 20 reps @ 135 lbs

    Auxiliary exercises:
    roman deadlifts supersetted with static lunges

    3 supersets with no rest between sets
    roman deadlifts - 115 lbs. x 10
    static lunge - 40 lb. dumbells x 10

    reverse crunches
    2 x 15

    Damn, that last set of 20 deadlifts was fun. 135 lbs. never felt so easy to do before, but the high reps was tiring. 235 lbs. was an all-time high for me with deadlifts, but I know I can do more (I know, 235 ain't ***, but I just started doing mostly compounds 5 months ago, before that I was an isolation guy.) My goal is to be able to do 3 plates by the end of this strength session (315 lbs.). Those roman deadlifts were fun too. They hit my hams better the SLDL's I think.
    Last edited by brihead301; 10-14-2007 at 05:47 PM.

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    Day 4: Vertical push/pull strength - 10/15/07

    Chin-ups:

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ bodyweight.
    set 2 - 3 1/2 reps @ bodyweight + 45 lbs.
    set 3 - 6 reps @ bodyweight + 25 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 1/2 reps @ bodyweight + 55 lbs.
    set 5 - 12 reps @ bodyweight.

    Barbell overhead press:

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 105 lbs
    set 2 - 2 reps @ 135 lbs.
    set 3 - 6 reps @ 115 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 rep @ 145 lbs.
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 95 lbs.

    Auxiliary exercises:

    flat dumbell press - 70 lbs. dumbells - 2 x 8
    cable seated row - 180 lbs. - 2 x 8

    Lower body russian twist - 2 x 10

    Time to start the cycle again, hopefully increasing all my lifts
    Last edited by brihead301; 10-16-2007 at 08:23 AM.

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    Ouch

    10/17/07
    Day 1: squat strength

    3 warm up sets :
    12 reps with the bar
    12 reps with 95 lbs.
    12 reps with 145 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 195 lbs
    set 2 - 2 reps @ 225 lbs
    set 3 - 6 rep @ 205 lbs
    set 4 - 2 rep @ 245 lbs
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 175 lbs
    set 6 - 20 reps @ 155 lbs

    remainder of working sets:
    3 supersets of 15 reps with no rest during each superset:
    bulgarian split squat - 3 x 15, 70 lbs
    step-ups - 3 x 15, 70 lbs.

    2 supersets of 10 reps with no 60 seconds of rest during each superset:
    back extentions - 2 x 10, 25 lbs.
    swiss ball crunch - 2 x 10

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    Day 2: Horizantal push/pull strength - 10/19/07

    I'm liking this routine so far. This part wasn't as painful as the previous squat strength day. But here's my numbers:

    Barbell Bench press:

    2 warm-up sets @ 135 lbs. and 155 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 185 lbs.
    set 2 - 3 reps @ 225 lbs.
    set 3 - 6 reps @ 195 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 rep @ 235 lbs.
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 165 lbs.

    Barbell rows:

    2 warm-up sets @ 135 lbs. and 155 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 175 lbs
    set 2 - 1 rep @ 195 lbs.
    set 3 - 5 reps @ 185 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 rep @ 195 lbs.
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 145 lbs.

    I went down from last week, but I did bench strength first this week, and went up in my bench because of it.


    Auxiliary exercises:
    neutral grip chins supersetted with dumbell overhead press

    2 supersets with 2 minutes rest between sets
    neutral grip chins - body weight x 8
    dumbell overhead press - 55 lbs. x 8

    Lower body russian twist - 2 x 10

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    Day 3: Deadlift strength - 10/22/07

    3 warm up sets :
    6 reps with 135 lbs.
    6 reps with 155 lbs.
    6 reps with 175 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 195 lbs
    set 2 - 3 reps @ 235 lbs
    set 3 - 6 rep @ 205 lbs
    set 4 - 3 rep @ 255 lbs
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 165 lbs
    set 6 - 20 reps @ 145 lbs

    Auxiliary exercises:
    roman deadlifts supersetted with static lunges

    3 supersets with no rest between sets
    roman deadlifts - 115 lbs. x 10
    static lunge - 40 lb. dumbells x 10

    reverse crunches
    2 x 15

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    Day 4: Vertical push/pull strength - 10/24/07

    Chin-ups:

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ bodyweight + 25 lbs.
    set 2 - 1 rep @ bodyweight + 55 lbs.
    set 3 - 6 reps @ bodyweight + 35 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 reps @ bodyweight + 65 lbs. (I didn't quite make it on this one)
    set 5 - 12 reps @ bodyweight.

    Barbell overhead press:

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 115 lbs
    set 2 - 2 reps @ 145 lbs.
    set 3 - 6 reps @ 125 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 rep @ 150 lbs.
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 105 lbs.

    Auxiliary exercises:

    flat dumbell press - 75 lbs. dumbells - 2 x 8
    cable seated row - 180 lbs. - 2 x 8

    Lower body russian twist - 2 x 10
    Last edited by brihead301; 11-01-2007 at 08:48 AM.

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    Day 1: squat strength 10/27/07

    3 warm up sets :
    12 reps with the bar
    12 reps with 95 lbs.
    12 reps with 145 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 195 lbs
    set 2 - 1 reps @ 235 lbs
    set 3 - 6 rep @ 205 lbs
    set 4 - 2 rep @ 255 lbs
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 175 lbs
    set 6 - 20 reps @ 155 lbs

    auxilary exercises:
    3 supersets of 15 reps with no rest during each superset:

    bulgarian split squat - 3 x 15, 70 lbs
    step-ups - 3 x 15, 70 lbs.


    back extentions - 2 x 10, 25 lbs. + bodyweight
    swiss ball crunch - 2 x 10
    Last edited by brihead301; 11-01-2007 at 08:48 AM.

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    Day 2: Horizantal push/pull strength - 10/29/07

    Barbell Bench press:

    2 warm-up sets @ 135 lbs. and 155 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 195 lbs.
    set 2 - 3 reps @ 235 lbs.
    set 3 - 6 reps @ 205 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 rep @ 245 lbs. - failed
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 165 lbs.

    Barbell rows:

    2 warm-up sets @ 135 lbs. and 155 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 165 lbs
    set 2 - 1 rep @ 175 lbs.
    set 3 - 5 reps @ 170 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 rep @ 185 lbs.
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 145 lbs.

    I had to lower the weights on the rows again to improve form


    Auxiliary exercises:
    neutral grip chins supersetted with dumbell overhead press

    2 supersets with 2 minutes rest between sets
    neutral grip chins - body weight x 8

    dumbell overhead press
    55 lbs. x 8
    60 lbs. x 8


    Lower body russian twist - 2 x 10
    Last edited by brihead301; 11-01-2007 at 08:53 AM.

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    Day 3: Deadlift strength - 10/31/07

    3 warm up sets :
    6 reps with 135 lbs.
    6 reps with 155 lbs.
    6 reps with 185 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 205 lbs
    set 2 - 1 reps @ 255 lbs
    set 3 - 6 rep @ 225 lbs
    set 4 - 2 rep @ 275 lbs
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 175 lbs
    set 6 - 17 reps @ 155 lbs

    Auxiliary exercises:
    roman deadlifts supersetted with static lunges

    3 supersets with no rest between sets
    roman deadlifts -
    10 reps @ 115 lbs.
    10 reps @ 125 lbs.
    10 reps @ 135 lbs.

    static lunge - 40 lb. dumbells x 10

    reverse crunches
    2 x 15
    Last edited by brihead301; 11-01-2007 at 08:53 AM.

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    Day 4: Vertical push/pull strength - 11/3/07

    Chin-ups:

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ bodyweight + 35 lbs.
    set 2 - 1 rep @ bodyweight + 55 lbs.
    set 3 - 6 reps @ bodyweight + 40 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 reps @ bodyweight + 65 lbs. (missed again)
    set 5 - 12 reps @ bodyweight.

    Barbell overhead press:

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 125 lbs
    set 2 - 2 reps @ 145 lbs.
    set 3 - 4 reps @ 135 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 rep @ 150 lbs.
    set 5 - 10 reps @ 115 lbs.

    Auxiliary exercises:

    flat dumbell press - 75 lbs. dumbells - 2 x 8
    cable seated row - 180 lbs. - 2 x 8

    Lower body russian twist - 2 x 10
    Last edited by brihead301; 11-14-2007 at 11:01 AM.

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    Day 1: squat strength 11/5/07

    3 warm up sets :
    12 reps with the bar
    6 reps with 95 lbs.
    6 reps with 135 lbs.
    6 reps with 185 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 2055 lbs
    set 2 - 1 reps @ 245 lbs
    set 3 - 6 rep @ 215 lbs
    set 4 - 2 rep @ 255 lbs
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 185 lbs
    set 6 - 20 reps @ 165 lbs

    auxilary exercises:
    3 supersets of 15 reps with no rest during each superset:

    bulgarian split squat - 2 x 15, 70 lbs
    step-ups - 2 x 15, 70 lbs.


    back extentions - 2 x 10, 25 lbs. + bodyweight
    swiss ball crunch - 2 x 10
    Last edited by brihead301; 11-14-2007 at 11:01 AM.

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    Day 2: Horizantal push/pull strength - 11/8/07
    Barbell Bench press:

    2 warm-up sets @ 135 lbs. and 155 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 195 lbs.
    set 2 - 3 reps @ 235 lbs.
    set 3 - 6 reps @ 205 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 rep @ 240 lbs. - failed - ****!!!!
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 165 lbs.

    Barbell rows:

    2 warm-up sets @ 135 lbs. and 155 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 165 lbs
    set 2 - 2 rep @ 185 lbs.
    set 3 - 5 reps @ 175 lbs.
    set 4 - 2 rep @ 195 lbs.
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 155 lbs.


    Auxiliary exercises:
    neutral grip chins supersetted with dumbell overhead press

    2 supersets with 2 minutes rest between sets
    neutral grip chins - body weight x 8

    dumbell overhead press
    60 lbs. x 8 (120 lbs. total)
    65 lbs. x 7 (130 lbs. total)


    Lower body russian twist - 2 x 10
    Last edited by brihead301; 11-14-2007 at 11:01 AM.

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    Day 3: Deadlift strength - 11/12/07

    3 warm up sets :
    6 reps with 135 lbs.
    6 reps with 155 lbs.
    6 reps with 185 lbs.
    6 reps with 205 lbs.
    6 reps with 235 lbs.

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 265 lbs
    set 2 - 1 reps @ 285 lbs
    set 3 - 6 rep @ 265 lbs
    set 4 - 2 rep @ 295 lbs
    set 5 - 12 reps @ 175 lbs
    set 6 - 15 reps @ 155 lbs

    Auxiliary exercises:
    roman deadlifts supersetted with static lunges

    3 supersets with no rest between sets
    roman deadlifts -
    10 reps @ 135 lbs.
    10 reps @ 145 lbs.
    10 reps @ 155 lbs.

    static lunge - 40 lb. dumbells x 10

    reverse crunches
    2 x 15
    Last edited by brihead301; 11-14-2007 at 11:00 AM.

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    One more day to go with strength 1, then it's either on to "new rules of lifting - strength 2" or "Rippetoes routine". I'm not sure, but I know I need a week off because my knees are S***, because my squat form sucks. I need to rest for a week, lower the weights, and follow every single bit of advice I learned from Rippetoe's book. Once my knees heal (or almost heal), I'm going balls out. I'm going to start doing full squats instead of just to parallel to help take the pressure off my knees.

    Eventually, I'm going to move to westside style training, but I want to either A.) Finish up the NROL routine, which will take another 6 months (I've already been on it for 6 months now) or B.) Do Rippetoe's routine for 6 months to build up my ME strength before I start messing with Westside.
    Last edited by brihead301; 11-14-2007 at 11:06 AM.

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    Day 4: Vertical push/pull strength - 11/14/07

    Chin-ups:

    working sets:
    set 1 - 5 reps @ bodyweight + 40 lbs.
    set 2 - 1 rep @ bodyweight + 55 lbs.
    set 3 - 5 reps @ bodyweight + 45 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 reps @ bodyweight + 65 lbs.
    set 5 - 12 reps @ bodyweight.

    Barbell overhead press:

    working sets:
    set 1 - 6 reps @ 125 lbs
    set 2 - 2 reps @ 145 lbs.
    set 3 - 6 reps @ 130 lbs.
    set 4 - 1 rep @ 150 lbs.
    set 5 - 10 reps @ 115 lbs.

    Auxiliary exercises:

    flat dumbell press - 75 lbs. dumbells - 2 x 8
    cable seated row - 180 lbs. - 2 x 8

    Lower body russian twist - 2 x 10

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    I'd go with Ripp's routine before ya start Westside. Keep it basic. Nice job in here.

    Fuck, fight, or hold the light.

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    6 week strength gains (from 10/8/07 - 11/14/07)

    Squat: 225 to 255
    Deadlift: 235 to 295
    Bench: 215 to 235
    Row: 165 to 195 (with good form, the 205 was not good form)
    Chin-up: Bw + 55 lbs to bw + 65 lbs.
    Overhead press: 145 to 150

    Not bad. I think I'm going to start on NROL strength 2 next instead of Rippetoe's routine, but I'm still undecided. I have this week off to figure it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chubrock View Post
    I'd go with Ripp's routine before ya start Westside. Keep it basic. Nice job in here.
    Thanks man. I do want to give the full body routines a shot, but I feel like I should finish what I started with this year long routine that I'm already 6 months into.

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    tremendous gains!
    2000 or bust

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    Thanks, I'm still have a ways to go. My 1 year goals are:

    Full squat - 365
    Deadlift - 455
    Bench - 315

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    Okay, so I just started "Strength 2" from NROL yesterday. I have something f***ed up with my upper shin bone (tibia???), and it hurts like hell when I squat, so unfortunately I had to significantly lower the weight. That s*** still hurt my shin bone, but not as bad as if I were pushing myself much harder with much heavier weights. Anyway, here it is:

    Day 1 - Squat day 11/26/07

    Squats

    Warm ups
    bar - 8 reps
    95 lbs - 8 reps
    135 lbs - 8 reps

    work sets
    185 lbs - 3 x 4 (sucks I had to go back down to this weight, but I have to heal)

    155 lbs - 12 reps
    135 lbs - 20 reps

    Goodmornings supersetted with barbell lunges

    GM's - bar x 10
    Lunges - 95 lbs.

    Swiss ball crunch - 2 x 6 with 25 lb. plate
    Swiss ball crunch - 1 x 10 no weight


    That was my first time ever doing good mornings and barbell lunges. Good mornings are tricky, but I really like the hamstring stretch. The barbell lunges are cool too. I like them much better then dumbell lunges that I'm used to.

    Another thing, with the squats I'm going as deep as I can now, so I guess it's a good thing that I'm lowering the weight and perfecting my form. My legs are sore as s*** today still.

    Not a bad workout, other then the annoying a** shin/knee/tibia/whatever pain.

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    Where did you go brihead?

    This program seems to keep one on their toes so to speak. You have made great gains for 6 week period. I would keep with it and ride it out!

    Whats up with the shin?

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