Dude, every single on of your posts reminds me of how I was when I started (and still kinda am, to be honest)
Wild goals, go full out 100% for them, change them after like 2 weeks, no consistency at all, wanting to add in every cool lift possible and at random.
Stop. If you listen to everyone here you can avoid wasting a year or more like I did doing exactly what you’re doing. Once you waste a year, you can NEVER get it back. Your maximum strength potential is now that much less. You DON’T have all the time in the world to fuck around.
CONSISTENCY in everything. Hammer the SAME big lifts for a year (the big 3 + OHP are probably a good pick, I don’t have enough experience to tell you if you should do front squat instead or something. Who gives a fuck honestly.)
Eat huge. Train hard. Sleep well. For a year. You’ll have a real base by then. I guarantee you’ll be way way stronger and have way more experience after that. Then you can think about circus dumbbells.
STOP FUCKING AROUND. If I sound harsh, it’s cause I’m partly writing this post to myself…[/quote]
lol you’re good dude I know you’re not tryin to sound too harsh or anything. I get what you’re saying I’m focusing on the big 3 plus the push press. I plan on doing those for a year straight, I guess you could say I was tempted of the idea of adding strongman in there cause I’m a huge fan of Zydrunas Savickas and he did powerlifting and strongman and I thought about the idea of doing both. Plus it’s easy for some 17 year old kid to say he wants to be the strongest athlete ever but I’ll put it this way, I don’t intend to enter meets or competitions to come in 3rd or 4th to boost my morale or some shit I plan on winning all the time. As of right now I am doing powerlifting because I have no idea of a gym around here where I could remotely train strongman if I wanted to