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Old 06-08-2011, 05:51 AM   #11
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Re: Yet another SS question...

Just imagine the day when you squat more than Dave Lipson
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Old 06-08-2011, 06:15 AM   #12
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Re: Yet another SS question...

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Just imagine the day when you squat more than Dave Lipson
Considering I watched him squat 455x2 as if it were a warmup setthis weekend, its going to take awhile. But that doesnt mean its not doable

My goals for the end of ss are as follows:

Bodyweight OHP
135 Power clean for 3 reps (currently my 1rm squat clean)
200# BP
250# Squat
315# DL
Become strong enough to do Fran as Rx'ed


I will repost these qhen i start a log amd if more enter my mind
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Old 06-09-2011, 08:20 AM   #13
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Re: Yet another SS question...

Definitely start a workout log. Maybe ask some people to keep an eye on it. It will help keep you accountable.

Nine times out of ten if things don't go very well on SS it's because the person didn't follow the program. All you need is determination and you will hit those numbers. Determination to squat a heavy *** barbell, and determination to eat a whole lot of food. That's why it's a great program. It's simple. You do your work. The bar get heavier.
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Definitely start a workout log. Maybe ask some people to keep an eye on it. It will help keep you accountable.

Nine times out of ten if things don't go very well on SS it's because the person didn't follow the program. All you need is determination and you will hit those numbers. Determination to squat a heavy *** barbell, and determination to eat a whole lot of food. That's why it's a great program. It's simple. You do your work. The bar get heavier.
Yea okay, that makes sense.
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