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    Escalade172 is offline New Member
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    Newbee to Powerlifting need some questions answered...

    hey guys,
    so i have been lifting for quite some time but i have just recently really wanted to get into powerlifting. I have always run a typical split working each body part either once or twice per week. I just want to know how i focus on the three main powerlifting lifts ( bench, squat, deadlift) while working my routines as i will still feel the need to work the rest of my body. do i run things the same way and just do the power lifts at the beginning of the corresponding day or should i jump into a complete powerlifting routine on its own? if someone could please get back to me on this and help me out or point me in the right reading material direction it would be greatly appreciated as i am really interested in getting into this. Thanks alot for any help and i hope to hear from you guys soon!
    E172

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    are you trying to compete or just get your 3 lifts up?

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    Try the 5x5 also look into lifting technices article by Blown.Very good everything you need to know.

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    Thanks for the answers so far guys its really appreciated...For right now I want to focus on just getting my lifts up but i would LOVE to eventually work my way into a meet so any help/advice would be wonderful...ill check out the 5x5 routine and read that post thanks for pointing me in the right direction

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    5x5 is great! Also check out Wendlers 5/3/1 method or the Juggernaut method.

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    Can you post the links to those programs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulking2016 View Post
    Can you post the links to those programs?
    www.google.com

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    Check out the links in the stickies of this sub-forum. Lots of info there.

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    You can try the 5/3/1 or even the conjugate system where u train 4 day a week. In those 2 days are for max effort and 2 days are for dynamic effort. I am gonna give that a try myself. Google it. GOOd luck

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