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    I do deads followed by squats, love it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cum Shot View Post
    I do deads followed by squats, love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cum Shot View Post
    I do deads followed by squats, love it.
    You lower back would be fried, squats must be very light, or vice versa.
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    Yes squats are very light indeed.

    I do deads till my back says i'm done, then i move to squats to finish my legs off. So yeah not much needed on squats, its the icing on the cake basically.

    I must be doing something right as my lower back is better now than it used to be, it really is quite shocking to say the least. I still can't get over it, i'm usually stiff and tight the next day after deads. Now i'm loose like i never even trained the day before. I'm very amazed/astonished!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cum Shot View Post
    Yes squats are very light indeed.

    I do deads till my back says i'm done, then i move to squats to finish my legs off. So yeah not much needed on squats, its the icing on the cake basically.

    I must be doing something right as my lower back is better now than it used to be, it really is quite shocking to say the least. I still can't get over it, i'm usually stiff and tight the next day after deads. Now i'm loose like i never even trained the day before. I'm very amazed/astonished!
    If you can squat 3 plates a side for 20 reps nice and deep, you'll have decent legs.
    Watch John Meadows train, he is using around 120kg most of the time and he is an IFBB pro

    I squatted 260kg and my legs were pins
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cum Shot View Post
    Yes squats are very light indeed.

    I do deads till my back says i'm done, then i move to squats to finish my legs off. So yeah not much needed on squats, its the icing on the cake basically.

    I must be doing something right as my lower back is better now than it used to be, it really is quite shocking to say the least. I still can't get over it, i'm usually stiff and tight the next day after deads. Now i'm loose like i never even trained the day before. I'm very amazed/astonished!
    what sort of strength levels do you have?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0ni View Post
    If you can squat 3 plates a side for 20 reps nice and deep, you'll have decent legs.
    Watch John Meadows train, he is using around 120kg most of the time and he is an IFBB pro

    I squatted 260kg and my legs were pins
    140kg for 20 is high end, i can definitely say that i can't do that

    I get descent legs once i get around 100kg for 10-15 reps. 2, 3 or 4 sets to failure with that weight and my legs blow up.

    260kg for 1 rep or more?


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    Quote Originally Posted by spartacus View Post
    what sort of strength levels do you have?
    For the main 3 exercises? I couldn't give you exact figures i doubt.

    For my size i should be much stronger(i think). Depends on the exercise as well because some exercises i can't push much weight but on others my strength is great.


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    Maybe
    All around obviously it will have a lot of gaps
    But it depends on where you are developmentally, right?
    I think a more moderate approach would be ideal
    Focus more on the gaps, just maintain the other areas
    S 200kg | B 160kg | DL 275kg


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