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PR every other workout

Biggerp73

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Lately I've been finding it much easier and more efficient to make consistent progress when I do an "every other workout" approach to beating "the logbook"

I hit a new weight or get a new amount of reps, and then in four days I train again but this time I "deload" and make sure to just get some blood in the muscles with good weight but lower reps and sets to assist recovery, and then when I train again in another four days I'm stronger and can get a new weight or a new amount of reps

Here's an example

Day 1: rack deads 585 for 3 reps
Day 5: deload (say 405 for 2)
Day 9: rack deads 585 for 8 reps
Day 13: deload (say 405 for 2-3)
Day 17: rack deads 673 for 1
Day 21: deload (say 405 for 2-3)
Day 25: rack deads 673 for 4
 

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Isn't this why we mostly see multiple ( say 2 or 3 ) variations of each workout day? For instance Push 1 and 2, Pull 1 and 2 and legs 1 and 2? I believe Jordan Peters has 3 rotations ( at least he used to ), same for DC and so on.

Still some pretty good progress if you ask me. Almost 90 lbs in 25 days is a lot in my book.
 

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If you in an off-season and calories are high you should be beating the log book every session.

But this will work as tour cns isn't taking a constant beating. But when it comes to muscle growth I believe in pounding the body as hard as you can. Plenty of rest and food. Strength doesn't translate to muscle. But heavy ass lifting with insane intensity will. Look at branch Warren. Not the strongest guy. But he pushed as heavy as he can. With more intensity then any other bodybuilder. And he was the most dense grainy bodybuilder of all time
 

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If you in an off-season and calories are high you should be beating the log book every session.

But this will work as tour cns isn't taking a constant beating. But when it comes to muscle growth I believe in pounding the body as hard as you can. Plenty of rest and food. Strength doesn't translate to muscle. But heavy ass lifting with insane intensity will. Look at branch Warren. Not the strongest guy. But he pushed as heavy as he can. With more intensity then any other bodybuilder. And he was the most dense grainy bodybuilder of all time
hitting PB during each training is possible only in very less advanced people.

hitting PB during each training is possible only in very less advanced people.
trafienie PB podczas każdego treningu jest możliwe tylko u osób bardzo mniej zaawansowanych.

PB beating on each workout is only in moxliwe very little zaawansiwanych people.
Bicie PB na każdym treningu jest tylko moxliwe bardzo mało zaawansiwanych ludzi.
I was lifting 220kg in a bench press for 2 repetitions deadlift 340kg x4 or squats with 6 plates per side - now, even for a long time, I am not able to get close to these numbers, but despite this I have a lot more muscles than before
 

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Lately I've been finding it much easier and more efficient to make consistent progress when I do an "every other workout" approach to beating "the logbook"

I hit a new weight or get a new amount of reps, and then in four days I train again but this time I "deload" and make sure to just get some blood in the muscles with good weight but lower reps and sets to assist recovery, and then when I train again in another four days I'm stronger and can get a new weight or a new amount of reps

Here's an example

Day 1: rack deads 585 for 3 reps
Day 5: deload (say 405 for 2)
Day 9: rack deads 585 for 8 reps
Day 13: deload (say 405 for 2-3)
Day 17: rack deads 673 for 1
Day 21: deload (say 405 for 2-3)
Day 25: rack deads 673 for 4


Basically you just created a form of auto-regulation that’s working well for you. Run with it.

I know a guy...more of a power builder...does something similar...like on deads

405....3x6
405....2x6.....then AMRAP...say he got 9
410....3x6....this work easier than prior week
410 2x6 + AMRAP
 

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