Strengthstandards.co has been updated
Weakfags and e-statters report in.
New layout, The calculators for programs seem to no longer be broken, uses olympic lifts as an option and has at least one new program with the cowboy method.
I just refreshed the page a second ago and it lost all my old stats
year of lifting, didn't have a slight idea what to do in the first few months. After that, I was balancing between greyskull lp and 5/3/1. 20yo Manlet reporting in.
An almost bodyweight ohp in a year is impressive as fuck.
Build up your squat and deadlift and do front squat static holds because you seem to have a relatively weak lower body and you could easily hit bodyweight in under 3 months
Thanks, appreciate it. I'm really proud about my The Press. And yea, my lower body is kinda weak, almost everybody deadlifts and squats more than me. I'm currently on 5/3/1 and i'm too afraid to modify the program, so I don't know how i could incorporate static holds or fron squats into it (I'm doing high bar squat).
Consider doing canditos program for lower body and continuing with 5/3/1 for upper body if its working. Lower body strength goes way up on Candito 6 week and 5/3/1 progresses way to slow for where you are. You would only need to do one cycle and see how it works for you and deciding where to go from there
started squatting just a short time ago and I dont own more than 2 plates
Just over 3 months of SS after 2 months of reddit tier ppl and 6 months of retard level SS (only added weight weekly, had shit form and did highbar squats instead)
about a year of serious lifting.
pretty flat across the board. Want that 1/2/3/4
progress is a lot slower than da first yr :'(
Seriously? click on home and put in your best lifts and then click generate a program. Enter 20x5 for all of them if you are as weak as I suspect you are to be asking such a stupid question
10 months, played alot of sports in highschool so i guess that counts as a head start? progress starting slow down a little