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Thread: Routine Provided by PT (Any good)

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    I've come back to starting strength after a year doing other stuff. Just slightly modified it.
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    try WS4SB part 3, big change as it has a lot more volume
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    Give yourself a week off, rest, relax, forget about training for a WHOLE week if you decide to go and train make sure it is an easy workout, maybe try out some exercises you have liked the look of most importantly don't go heavy or to failure. give yourself a COMPLETE diet break over the weekend, then start a fresh. sometimes your body just needs a break from training and dieting.
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    programming should revolve around the principle of supercompensation and hormone flucturation, you simply create a stress, rest-recovers, apply stress. SS and SL works this way, working out 5x5 three times a week is not going to work as its to much stress to recover hence SL advanced which then becomes basterdized SS at 3x5... the program the PT gave you makes no account of the supercomensation or stress-rest-stress pattern

    Lasceks article on the Texas method describes the process drawn out for an intermediate, I'd suggest SS or the greyskull LP until you reach the wall again The Texas Method – Part 1 | 70's Big

    note dont confuse the TM 5x5 with the SL 5x5, it starts the dose with a 5x5 as its a transiton from novice to intermediate but the stress soon reduces to a 3x5 scheme

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