The past 20 years have been devoted to competitive bodybuilding. I had a great run, but I’m old (50 years old) and I dont give a ferret’s fury ass about being below 5% fat anymore. In short, I love to eat.
At the present moment, I’m weighing in at controlled 232-235 and 6’1". I’ve been heavier through use of AAS (260+), now only using a test patch. My desire is to take a year to just get much stronger to a point where I can begin competing. I have always been a weak bodybuilder, unless I used gear. I dont want to use anymore because I feel much healthier.
My one rep PRs are awful, but I know I am stronger then this and I will improve.
Here are my one rep PRs, taken 2 weeks ago:
I had better numbers two years ago, but that was two years ago.
I’ll be using a conjugate method for raw lifters. If you are experienced with conjugate as a raw lifter, please, by any means, give me advice. I train folks for a living, but I am my own worst client. Please dont be a douche. I will be relentless on embarrassing you if you are an asshole.
Because I am new to conjugate, I am identifying my weak points and training them. I will rotate my main lift every 3rd to 4th week, depending on how well I do. I am going to keep the assistance work the same until I stall.
My biggest asset is the book I use to find variations of the main lifts and accessory work.