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    like the use of king solomons proverbs though. That dude was smart hardworking and wealthy.





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    Who wrote that @Goosey?


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    When is it time not to squat anymore?
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    Number 16 is the only one I have issue with



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    Quote Originally Posted by onslaught View Post
    Who wrote that @Goosey?


    Dick Conner is one of the world’s most experienced powerlifting coaches. He trained his bodybuilders (natural) using very similar methods to those of his powerlifters. Owning and (operating from) the ‘The Pit’, a famous no-thrills gym in Evansville, Indiana for over 50 years, his teams won 19 state and 12 national meets. During most of these 50 years of experience, he had most of his trainees on a three times a week schedule. In 2016, he stated that he wished he had used mainly a twice a week schedule, as he has done for the last 20 years - he believes he would have gotten even better results. According to Dick, the most important movements are as follows (in order of importance):


    Deadlift
    Squat
    Chin
    Overhead press
    Dip
    Row
    Shrug
    Bench press


    His routine of choice would have been the following - all for one set each, plus 1 set on the MedX lower back machine every two weeks.


    Monday


    Bench
    Row
    Overhead press
    Pulldown
    Squat


    Friday


    Deadlift
    Bench (shoulder width grip)
    Chin
    Overhead press
    Leg press/Hip belt squat


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkoz View Post
    Number 16 is the only one I have issue with
    Yeah


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkoz View Post
    Number 16 is the only one I have issue with
    What about 10?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkoz View Post
    Number 16 is the only one I have issue with
    I guess it all comes down to your interpretation of “adequate” and why we train.
    If a powerlifter is using the multi joint exercises like the ones listed, then the muscles not doing the direct work and will receive a certain amount of stimulation.
    And powerlifters are only really concerned about the muscles directly involved in the exercises used for contests.

    But for me it’s really important to exercise a particular - well all muscle so it’s not only strong in the mid range of resistance but equally strong in the fully contracted and fully extended position.

    Most powerlifters believe that they do not need nor have the time to devote to that, whilst the rest don’t even think that’s important, or possible.


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    At the end of the day I’m past arguing about that and what exercises are the best and what is useless.


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