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    Smile Looking for a good program (preferably 5 days a week)

    Does anyone know a good program to achieve a 225 bench, 315 squat, and a 405 deadlift? Currently i'm at a 275 squat, 185 bench, and 320 deadlift. I was injured for about 2 months but I have gotten back to where i was before but now i'm struggling to go up anymore in weight. I would prefer a 5 day program but anything will do. Ive been using the ICF 5x5 but I feel that 3 days in the gym a week is not enough for me.
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    Originally Posted by treuytreuy View Post
    Does anyone know a good program to achieve a 225 bench, 315 squat, and a 405 deadlift? Currently i'm at a 275 squat, 185 bench, and 320 deadlift. I was injured for about 2 months but I have gotten back to where i was before but now i'm struggling to go up anymore in weight. I would prefer a 5 day program but anything will do. Ive been using the ICF 5x5 but I feel that 3 days in the gym a week is not enough for me.
    Look into Candito's 6 week strength program.
    My training log: https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=175799121
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    3 days is def enough for novice lifters. ICF ends with you repping 225/315/ect......
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