Train Forever

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Train Forever

Postby Scott Beall » Mon Nov 22, 2010 3:14 pm

32, 5'9", 209, 15-16% Bodyfat.

1RM's
11/10/09
Bench 355 (Haven't gone heavy in a while (right bicep tendon), short term goal of 375)

7/12/10
Squat 475 (goal 500)
Press 230 (goal 250)
DL 520 (goal 550, I've Pressed BW, Benched 1.5xBW, Squatted 2xBW, but haven't DL'd 2.5xBW yet, 550 would get me there)

Was on 5/3/1 7/09 to 10/09
SS 10/09 to 12/09 (w/ no resets)
Texas Method 12/09 to 4/10
SS 4/10 to 7/10 (on first cycle of D-bol, 7 weeks; 13 weeks Test cyp)
DC Training 8/10 to 11/10
Westside, just 2 weeks recently before figuring I wasn't advanced enough for it.

Building back up using Greyskull LP for the 1st time last week (full disclosure: just started D-bol, Test cyp, Deca)...

11/17
Press 125 5-5-9
Chins 205+30 10-9-8
Power Clean (warm up) 135x3, 155x2, 165x2
Deadlift 1x 375 (not done- unrecovered lumbar)
Neck Harness (first time) 10 4x25

11/19
Bench 225 5-5-8 (pissed about not getting 9, it'll come)
Curl 90 15-12
Squat 315 5-5-9
Neck Harness 12 4x25
Chins 207 12-11

11/21
Press 127 5-5-11
Chins 209+35 8-8
Power Clean 135x3, 155x2, 165x2
Deadlift 365 7 (I'll get this up)
Neck Harness 12 27-27-27-35
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Re: Train Forever

Postby P-Zilla » Tue Nov 23, 2010 8:30 pm

ok since we talk about things on the board. Why the anabolics? Did you see a stop in gains? I understand the persuit of strength. But I always wonder what turns you towards anabolics?
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Re: Train Forever

Postby Scott Beall » Wed Nov 24, 2010 3:54 am

Yes, I hit a plateau. And btw, I'd been lifting for 10 years before above listed programs. I never really considered drugs, even after watching "Bigger, Stronger, Faster" (though it did open my mind to the possibility that, contrary to public opinion which is based on fears rather than knowledge, they're not that big of a deal when taken in moderation and have relatively low risk (like marijuana). What really got me considering drugs was encouragement from a mentor. Then I took months before deciding I wanted to give it a go. I didn't NEED to get stronger, just wanted to.

Bench 227 5-5-10
Curl 92 14-14
Squat 320 5-5-11
Neck Harness 15 27-27-27-30
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Re: Train Forever

Postby P-Zilla » Wed Nov 24, 2010 8:37 am

I loved BSF. I want to clarify I am not being a dick at all when I ask that. Strong is strong in my eyes. I have a friend who plays for a pretty big D1 school who is "on" and I am always trying to delve into the whys. I know the why nots. :lol: Great lifting anyway dude. (I will stop with the personal questions now)

Again. I hope I am not being a total dickhole by asking.
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Re: Train Forever

Postby Scott Beall » Wed Nov 24, 2010 11:43 am

Not a dick at all man. Some people dig the shit, some don't. We're all still lifting. Any other personal questions are welcomed.
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Re: Train Forever

Postby zee-man » Wed Nov 24, 2010 2:55 pm

So, I checked your log and I wanted to extend my apologies to you for being somewhat rough in my post on the protein/eating thread. I had made the assumption that you were the typical early lifter wanting to know everything but had not even started to apply what you already knew. Used to seeing that and all the troll BS on the SS forum that I incorrectly assumed here.

Again, my apologies from one man to another.

Your lifts are impressive and respectable to have gotten that far. I wish you best of luck on your lift goals and hopefully you'll reach them sometime soon. I'll be checking back to see how it goes. Hope to hit similar benchmarks for myself in the next couple of years.
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Re: Train Forever

Postby Scott Beall » Wed Nov 24, 2010 10:25 pm

Well I appreciate that, Zee. I've been getting raped on here, so a little respect is nice. Wish others had your maturity.
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Re: Train Forever

Postby Scott Beall » Fri Nov 26, 2010 6:21 pm

11/26 210lb

Press 130 5-5-12
Chins 210+35 10-9
Yates Row 185 8-10
Deadlift 370 9
Neck Harness 17 25-25-25-30
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Re: Train Forever

Postby Scott Beall » Mon Nov 29, 2010 10:45 am

Bench 230 5-5-10
Curl 95 14-13
Squat 325 5-5-12
Neck Harness 20 4 x 25
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Re: Train Forever

Postby Scott Beall » Thu Dec 02, 2010 10:18 pm

11/30
Press 135 5-5-11
Chins 40 8-7
Yates Row 195 12-18
Deadlift 385 8
Neck Harness 20 25-25-25-30

12/2
Bench 232 5-5-11
Curl 97 15-14
Squat 335 5-5-11
Neck Harness 22 25-25-25-25
Shrug 405 12-12
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