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Old 01-20-2007, 08:19 AM   #1
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Default Jerry Mobbs - Starting Strength Log

Here's my SS log.

One workout every 4 days, with aim being 5 sets of 5 reps for each exercise.

Not sure how long I will be able to keep doing the 5*5 for deadlifts as they make me want to go and sleep for a week.

I have been skipping the squat, bench, clean work out as my chest is sore which makes bench painful.

Mr Rippetoe mentions not trying to make to big a jump. Well I ignored that advice and bumped up my press, and guess what, I get some more fails. I should have listened to good advice.

Will update it every month and all comments greatly appreciated.


94kg, 40years old, Male
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