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    jord311

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    Stronglifts 5x5

    Post  jord311 on Fri Apr 09, 2010 11:31 pm

    Evening,

    I have been training on and off for the last two years, using the Stronglifts 5x5 training plan

    I am an endomorph, which works well, but find I hit a plateu far to easily

    Can anyone suggest a good routine, I don't belong to a gym, but have a decent power rack, olympic weights set and bench set up at home

    Thanks, look forward to hearing from you

    JORD311
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    Re: Stronglifts 5x5

    Post  Admin on Sat Apr 10, 2010 12:24 am

    Hello Jord311, and Welcome

    Most plateaus steam from either a program or diet becoming stale. This dont mean you need to add more volume to your program, You may just need to shake things up a little.

    Also you body can become used to a diet just as well as it can your program. And just adding more carbs through the day could be enough to boost you back on to the road to growth.

    I would suggest you make a training log and list an example of your diet and program in there so it would be easier for myself and others to tell where your plateau is coming from.
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    Re: Stronglifts 5x5

    Post  Romp3L on Mon Apr 12, 2010 10:31 am

    jord311 wrote:Evening,

    I have been training on and off for the last two years, using the Stronglifts 5x5 training plan

    I am an endomorph, which works well, but find I hit a plateu far to easily

    Can anyone suggest a good routine, I don't belong to a gym, but have a decent power rack, olympic weights set and bench set up at home

    Thanks, look forward to hearing from you

    JORD311

    Hey guy

    Hit a plateu for what? Strenth? Weight? Be clear on that.
    This 5x5 thingy is a strenth thing,am i rite?
    I have read it a little and its controversial for me.
    Let me tell u what: To increase ur strength:
    Do more negative movements with heavier weights or go lighter but more reps for a while.
    Another sure way is to overtrain a bodypart 2 weeks in a row.(exercise it 3 times a week,giving it 48 hours to rest). This WILL increase in strenth,but not size as much.

    Size, i believe ur not eating rite,too much carbs and not enough protein.
    or the other way around, give detailed info in the rite sections bud.

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