So I melted and mashed some things together, and I'm interested on some opinions. I'd like to think I know a fair bit about lifting, but there's always someone who knows more, so feel free to say whatever needs to be said.
I'm not training for anything in particular, although I have been building mileage for Marathons, and ultimatley, Bsdwater Ultramarathon. The lifting is just something I love to do.
Anyway, here's what a week looks like...
1. Squats(10x10), Ramping 10Lbs every 2 sets
A. Wide Stance(4x10)
B. Narrow Stance(3x10)
C. Normal Stance(3x10)
If I finish, I go for sets of 2, adding 5Lbs until failure, and working out what I start from next week off of that new 2 rep max.
Then I usually bounce around with 2-3 other assistance exercises, 4-6 sets of 8-15 reps.
Tuesday: Bench Press
1. Bench Press(10x10), Ramping 5Lbs every 2 sets
Same as before, if I finish, then sets of 2 until failure, with some assistance movements
1. RDL(10x10), Ramping 10Lbs every 2 sets
A. RDL from Platform(4x5)
B. Hanging RDL(3x5)
C. RDL from floor(or standard Deadlift) (3x10)
Same as before, you get the pattern, assistance for hammies
Friday: Pullups/Rows(haven't decided what core movement will be)
A. Wide Pullup/Wide Rows(4x10)
B. Medium Pullup/Row(3x10)
C. Narrow Pullup/Underhand Row(3x10)
Same, with assistance movements
Saturday: OH Press and Arm assistance
1. OH Press(10x10), ramping 5Lbs every 2 sets
A. Wide Grip(4x10)
B. Behind Head Press(3x10)
C. Normal Grip (3x10)
Same, with assistance
Just looking for advice, feedback, anything. What this might be best for?(i.e. strength, size, etc.), how I should adjust assistance(its usually 2-4 movements, with around 15 sets of total volume for assistance movements.)
I'm 5'7-5'8, around 150lbs. Squat 260x6, Deadlift 300x3, Those are the only 2 up to date solid maxs. Thanks guys.