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    Im backkk

    Hey everyone! Not sure any of you guys know or remember me but I started training back in 2013 and would post a lot on the forums tho it was mainly on teen bodybuilding at the time because I was more focused in bodybuilding but I was always so concerned with my numbers that it was pretty obvious I was going to end up doing powerlifting/strongman eventually tho. I cant really train specifically for strongman which sucks. Im still natty and putting quite big numbers squatting in the mid 500s and deadlifting in the 600s and still obsessed with training and being as strong as humanly possible that I may still take the "next big step with my vitamins within a year" and see if I can be amongst the best as im almost 26 and time doesnt wait for everyone. Anyways im blabbing too much, just happy to be on the forum again lol.

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    I have a stupid question regarding training. I am currently 107-108kg~(235-240 pounds at 5 foot 11) and want to cut down to a ripped 85kg possibly which will be quite big of a cut and hope I dont lose much strength. Im just wondering if its possible to get stronger hamstrings while I cut down because im very quad dominant and have had many hamstring tears and not really done any hip hinge movements for the past 2 years except for deadlifts once a week so may hamstrings are pretty weak or much weaker than it could be and ive noticed it on many exercises. What im really asking is if I start hammering them properly which shamefully I have to admit that my workouts were always more quad dominant because squats aren't as good for hamstrings as people used to think only 5-10 yrs ago, could it be possible that I actually get stronger hamstrings whilst cutting because they were never super adequately trained once I double the volume of hamstring exercises and do 2-3 exercises like Romanian/stiff leg deadlifts on top of deadlifts on different days? Just curious if you can get stronger in an advanced level if one muscle wasnt adequately trained? K, this sounds dumb. I hope its understandable.

    My current squat is 250kg with just a belt and 285kg deadlift. Couldve easily been much higher on both but I tend to tear my hamstring once a year, that its like a tradition now and have been working with physiotherapists etc as it probably keeps tearing because I have a huge quad/hamstring imbalance. My quads are massive and I can leg press 700kg for sets of 12 with my feet almost tgether even tho I dont do that exercise and I also squat high bar because I have difficulty keeping the bar in the low bar position because of my shoulder impingement so it feels uneven on my back, tho its slowly getting better over the years.

    Anywayz I just want to know if I start training my hamstrings very hard, if it can get stronger whilst cutting due to being trained more efficiently. I know my lifts will drop quite abit but im hoping that maybe my deadlift can stay the same or even improve if I train my hamstrings better or would it be pointless to work your hamstrings more before you start cutting?


    I workout 6x a week and train legs on Monday and Friday and do deadlifts on Thursday aka back day.

    Anywayz on Mondays I do:
    1-Competition squats with a medium stance(5 warmup sets than 3-6 working sets depending on how heavy I go)
    2- Paused squats
    3-Bulgarian split squats
    4- Leg curls
    5-Calf raises
    6- Seated calf raises

    Friday
    1-Close stance atg pause squats
    2-1 leg leg presses
    3- Leg extensions
    4-Calves....
    5-Calves...
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    Starting stats: raw 1 year progress: 10month bulk
    147lbs 11%bf.......................................183lbs 15%bf
    Bench press: 52.5kg(115lbs)..............105kg(231lbs)
    Deadlift: 92.5kg(203lbs)......................215kg(473lbs)
    Squat: 90kg(198lbs)............................227.5kg(500lbs)
    Total....235kg/517lbs........................., 547.5/1205lbs
    Ohp 40kg(88lbs).......................95kg/209lbs
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    Post your leg workout.

    Make deadlift main coumpound on back day. That way you hit hamstring on leg and back day.

    Thats if you in hurry.
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    Originally Posted by heat4333 View Post
    Post your leg workout.

    Make deadlift main coumpound on back day. That way you hit hamstring on leg and back day.

    Thats if you in hurry.
    Done and thanks. So sleepy, I literally took hours to find my old account that my attention spam has gone to ****!


    Also, how do I change my stats under my comments this section Starting stats: raw 1 year progress: 10month bulk?
    147lbs 11%bf.......................................183lbs 15%bf
    Bench press: 52.5kg(115lbs)..............105kg(231lbs)
    Deadlift: 92.5kg(203lbs)......................215kg(473lbs)
    Squat: 90kg(198lbs)............................227.5kg(50 0lbs)
    Total....235kg/517lbs........................., 547.5/1205lbs
    Last edited by BryBB; 03-17-2020 at 03:57 PM.
    Starting stats: raw 1 year progress: 10month bulk
    147lbs 11%bf.......................................183lbs 15%bf
    Bench press: 52.5kg(115lbs)..............105kg(231lbs)
    Deadlift: 92.5kg(203lbs)......................215kg(473lbs)
    Squat: 90kg(198lbs)............................227.5kg(500lbs)
    Total....235kg/517lbs........................., 547.5/1205lbs
    Ohp 40kg(88lbs).......................95kg/209lbs
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    Originally Posted by heat4333 View Post
    Post your leg workout.

    Make deadlift main coumpound on back day. That way you hit hamstring on leg and back day.

    Thats if you in hurry.
    I'm with this. Your leg training is massively quad focused. I would probably drop out 2-3 of those accessory quad movements are start bringing in additional compound and isolation movements for the hamstrings.
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