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"Even the Hardest of Hard Gainers Can Pack on 10,
20, even 40 Pounds Of Rock-Hard, Muscle In The
Next 45 Days... Working Out 45 Minutes or Less!"
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Fitness Tips For 1/14/2015
5 Rep Power Workout
For some reason a five repetition range lends itself well to building
power and muscle mass. Powerlifters often employ a five rep set,
particularly when they start a training cycle. And notable author
Brooks Kubrik, who also aims his training at power, frequently used a
5 rep range to build up his strength.
Five repetitions is about half of the typical 8-10 repetition scheme
of most workouts. That lets you double down on the power output
because you have fewer reps to focus on. You can put in a
tremendously focused output on those five reps. The lower rep range
is why most powerlifters can get so much weight lifted.
Here is your five rep workout:
Bench press - 5 x 5
Close grip bench press - 5 x 5
Seated Barbell Press - 5 x 5
Rest 5 minutes
Weighted Chin ups 5 x 5
Squat - 5 x 5
Lunge - 5 x 5
Deadlift - 5 x 5
Bent row - 5 x 5
Use heavy weight and good form for each of the five reps. Allow 2-3
days between the two workouts.
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5 Rep Power Workout
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