Thanks for the replies, especially the one about think as lifting as practice. But no I haven’t been lifting for a decade I’m 16. I wasn’t comparing my workout to other ones that lifting greats have written, I’ve taken pieces out of some and made my own just for this month.
Mon. bench/2 board press/floor press with bands in a 3 week period all 6x3
incline dbell 3x5
tri pushdown 5x12
6-8 sets of core
Wed. OH press- 4x4/4,3,2,1/5,3,1
squat (sciatica limitng to air squat) 4x12
lat/front raises 3x6
6 sets of 30-45 second grip training
4x25 body weight calf raises
Fri. dead- 3,3,2,2/ 4,3,2,1/ 2,2,2,1,1,1
air squat 3x8
t bar row 5x8
dbell curls 3x6
hamstring curls 3x8
6 sets of forearm curls and core
I’m not trying to sound like I’m all that and I know everything about lifting, I look to this site because you older guys have been there and done that, I’m still young and am trying to get a step ahead. Thanks for the replies[/quote]
I would highly highly recommend you google sheiko #29, find an english version, and do that man, it’s a perfect program for a young lifter and will give great great gains. Don’t get distracted with assistance work, focus on the main lifts to start, then add in assistance work a couple years down the road.
Check out the thread 2000 raw total @242 @ 22 years old…
That guy got his start donig sheiko programs, and built his base now’s he’s squatting 700, benching 500, and pulling 800… trust me man, just do it.