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chess315
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« on: October 12, 2017, 06:28:41 AM »

I always loved this method liked this method warm up good use a weight you can get near 20 reps and blast at like bench 250 21 time or bent row 250 20 heavy leg press I just don't see how benching 300x 20 or rowing 295 x 20 time can't build mass ,dips and chins work well legpress do a few 3 sets of 10 curls ,leg curl,triceps what ever you want in there it can be done as a full body routine such a dips row legpress with curls and leg curls threw in next work out might be bench 300x 15 chins until you hit 50 squats curls,tri extensions I'm naming this the chess315 system it does work good is fairly easy in that you only do three kill your self sets a work out but lots of easy warm up sets basically your doing a NFL combine test on 3 compound movements try it I think you should probably already have a decent strength base but how the hell can't benchiny 315 17 times build mass or doing 25 chins or 600lb legpress or 300lb squat think about it
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« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2017, 09:53:29 AM »

according to arthur jones once you can squat and dead 300-400 for 20 reps or so you will have all the soze that you need
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« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2017, 05:09:08 PM »

Maybe chin and dip good to
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« Reply #3 on: October 30, 2017, 10:11:38 PM »

I think that someone who can bench press 315 for 20 reps will definitely have some mass on them. But I don't think they will get to that point by starting at say 95lbs for 20. Nor do I think they will ever get to 405 for 20 training this way. I do think that someone who has just reached that strength level will get some size out of sets of 20 with 315 but only for a little while and then they will just maintain.
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« Reply #4 on: November 11, 2017, 11:32:26 PM »

I think that someone who can bench press 315 for 20 reps will definitely have some mass on them. But I don't think they will get to that point by starting at say 95lbs for 20. Nor do I think they will ever get to 405 for 20 training this way. I do think that someone who has just reached that strength level will get some size out of sets of 20 with 315 but only for a little while and then they will just maintain.

Bench 315 for 20??

Are you serious bro?

Maybe 1% of the whole training pop could do it and that is 1% of guys who train regularly think deeply about that


















































have some mass on them. But I don't think they will get to that point by starting at say 95lbs for 20. Nor do I think they will ever get to 405 for 20 training this way. I do think that someone who has just reached that strength level will get some size out of sets of 20 with 315 but only for a little while and then they will just maintain.
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« Reply #5 on: November 12, 2017, 07:44:09 AM »

Bench 315 for 20??

Are you serious bro?

Maybe 1% of the whole training pop could do it and that is 1% of guys who train regularly think deeply about that


You do realize that the thread title says high reps with HEAVY weights. And we are talking about how effective high reps with HEAVY weights are effective at building muscle. One percent of the gym population can bench 315lbs even once let alone for 20. Even a proper 315lb squat is rare. The point is I have never seen anyone bench 315 properly and not have some muscle on them.















































have some mass on them. But I don't think they will get to that point by starting at say 95lbs for 20. Nor do I think they will ever get to 405 for 20 training this way. I do think that someone who has just reached that strength level will get some size out of sets of 20 with 315 but only for a little while and then they will just maintain.
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« Reply #6 on: November 12, 2017, 10:45:53 AM »

^^^ good point
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« Reply #7 on: November 22, 2017, 05:58:10 AM »

I got to bench and rowing 295 20+ times on around 2,500mgs of gear training less then a hour 1.5 hrs a week. My training was just warm up good and gradually add weight I did bench.bentrow,chins, legpresses I had a legpress machine at the occasional incline presses and deadlifts I had prison style weight equipment. And a 100lb dumbbell I used for krock rows. I may have used up to 5grams at points im working on getting back to that had to start over was in coma didn't life for 2 yes and am 40 now everything is going fine so far I get to 225 for 20 fairly quickly I believe the 295 is rough probably take a year I have no idea but 225 20-30 isn't shit
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« Reply #8 on: November 22, 2017, 06:07:01 AM »

I was going to video it but there was already 100 people doing it this time I will for sure
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« Reply #9 on: November 22, 2017, 06:11:05 AM »

But I understand what you guys are say but even if im delusional I know I can get to 225 for 20s very easy probably  250 im adding 5 lbs a week starting with the bare bar im at 135 now very easily. My son gf claim I was past 315 .
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