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    Question Should I switch program?

    So I'm trying to lose weight and running AllPro.

    I started at 93kgs and now at ~89.

    I like all pro routine, but I'm going nowhere in the weights.

    My current lifts are -

    Squats - 40kg
    Bench - 30kg plates + Olympic bar
    Barbell rows - 38kgs
    Ohp - 25kgs
    RDL - 38kgs
    Barbell curls - 20kg

    I want to get stronger while losing weight.

    Should I switch to some other program or continue doing with the same weights?

    I started with lower weight as suggested in the program, but now I feel like if I've started really low.

    Kindly help.
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    How tall are you and how long have you been running All Pros? Try Fierce 5
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    Fierce 5 would be good. It’ll give you a solid way to progress your lifts a bit quicker.
    Fierce 5 novice routine: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=159678631

    All Pros beginner routine: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=169172473

    Calculating calories and macros: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=173439001

    Multivitamin Creatine Monohydrate
    Fish Oil Whey
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    I read about Fierce 5, but the author says this -

    I’m a man/woman and I plan on cutting/bulking. Does that change whether or not I should run this program? For bulking males this program is perfect. Progression(weight increases) needs to be modified for cutting males and bulking females. I would advise running the progression until you stall on bench, squat or RDL. At this point cut the progression in half, meaning increase weight half as much as the program calls for. I advise cutting females and men wanting to lose 30 or more lbs to run All Pros routine.

    Should I still run this?
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