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    All natural strength journey

    I have been training since 2010, mainly for soccer but quit playing, now concentrating on pure strength, with a focus on OHP and deadlift. The aim is to possibly compete in natural deadlift competitions and maybe slim down eventually.

    I'm kinda limited since I'm training at home and only got 12.5kg dumbells, so focussing on OHP and light weight dumbell bench press.

    Stats:

    Age: 32
    Height: 191cm
    Weight: 106kg

    Routine

    Monday

    Deadlift 5/3/1
    Front squat 5x5

    Tuesday

    OHP 5/3/1
    Barbell row 5X5
    Dumbell bench press 5X5
    Pull ups 5X5

    Thursday

    Deadlift 8 x 3 at 50-60% 1rm
    Front Squat 5x5

    Friday

    OHP 5/3/1
    Barbell row 5 x5
    Dumbell bench 5 x 5
    Pull ups. 5x5
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    Good luck!
    Sounds familiar - I mostly lifted for soccer and other sports for 30 years, training strength now.
    If you are really training for strength, you have to figure out how to get some heavy barbells - or join a gym. I found a great gym in my area that focuses on powerlifting and strongman for $25 a month for their basic membership. I was training at a YMCA that gave a good military discount, but of course their equipment wasn't ideal for training heavy either.
    Why NOT?
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    Originally Posted by PhDPepper1111 View Post
    Good luck!
    Sounds familiar - I mostly lifted for soccer and other sports for 30 years, training strength now.
    If you are really training for strength, you have to figure out how to get some heavy barbells - or join a gym. I found a great gym in my area that focuses on powerlifting and strongman for $25 a month for their basic membership. I was training at a YMCA that gave a good military discount, but of course their equipment wasn't ideal for training heavy either.
    I got 407 pounds of weights but only got 12.5kg dumbells and will buy some more unless the lockdown ends and then I will join this strength gym that is like $30 for the month.
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    I do not have microplates and the smallest increment I got is 11 pounds, so the 5/3/1 program is not exact.

    Deadlift:

    154 x 7, 220 x 5, 264, x 3, 330 x 1
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