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Want to do my first meet.

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I've been strongly considering doing a local meet in the future. It'll be my first ever meet. However, I've never trained strictly for powerlifting before. I was my strongest on D.C. Training. Back then my best lifts were: squat: 585x3, deadlift: 560x1, decline bench: 365x3.

Right now, my 1rms for squat, deadlift,and bench are about 515,500, and 335 respectively.

I've been looking and in this league the records in 220 are a 600.5 squat, 375 bench, and 670 deadlift. I think if I train specifically for it I can set the bench and squat record if they don't change for the next year.

With that said what do you guys think are the best programs to get to those numbers?
 

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Any program with progressive overload and staying injury free will work. 531 is great and straightforward. Conjugate training is great but a little more complex. My best advice is to get with a group of powerlifters and train with them or hire a coach. All the programs out there will get you results, but a coach takes the guess work out of it and can really help dial in technique.

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I'd have to agree ..5/3/1 is an excellent program for getting strong AF however I'm more partial to the Juggernaut method myself.... lots of great info out there but best advice is find a powerlifting gym ,train hard and hopefully find a squad to train with...

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