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2 points · 28 days ago

I have a ''Bass Massage'' playlist if you want to check it out! A lot of Eprom, Gesaffelstein & Malaa etc

13 points · 29 days ago · edited 22 days ago

Ooh, this is going to be tough. Gonna be a hell of a lot of fun though.

  1. Rhubarb

  2. Stone In Focus

  3. Mookid

  4. 28 organ

  5. Cliffs

  6. Pulsewidth

  7. Xtal

  8. Flim

  9. Hexagon

  10. Yellow Calx

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2 points · 29 days ago

Idk if any track will ever beat Rhubarb.

Dayum boi, from nz but never heard of these dudes, what’s their story OP?

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Original Poster2 points · 1 month ago

You tell me! I was just browsing the i'm on SMOKO playlist on spotify, randomly clicked a song and instantly felt the vibe. Skimmed through all of their songs and they are all super accessible and easy to enjoy, although Ride was easily my favorite

I list my accessories on my nsuns spreadsheet with the weight I'm currently using. If I hit 12-12-12-12 I up the weight by 2.5kg. Super easy. How it looks like

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6 weeks in on the 4-Day OHP +1 Version. Have only been lifting for about 4 months, did Phraks before jumping on nsuns. Not squatting atm because of knee problems, looking to start again soon

Bench: 115-150lbs (52.5-67.5kg)

OHP: 77-100lbs (35-45kg)

Deadlift: 187-242lbs (85-110kg)

Still rookie numbers, but with progress like this I'll be with the big bois in no time

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Deadlift 203lbs x 6 Looks pretty solid right?

Great song.

Doing nSuns 4 day. Can I do rack pulls once every week as an accessory or would that be too much on my CNS? Considering the fact that I'm already doing 17 sets of deadlifts + squats a week. Would it be better to rotate it so one week I'd do shrugs then one week I'd do rack pulls instead etc?

Ya I was wondering this too.

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66 points · 2 months ago · edited 2 months ago

60 kg

edit: should clarify, when a person says I benched one plate they mean I benched 60kg. However, literally speaking 1 plate weighs 20kg.

Landmine presses or seated db ohp for hitting the lateral delts?

Why not program in both?

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Because I'm doing n-Suns and want to shorten down on how long time I spend in the gym + I'm starting to get really exhausted after my initial 17 sets of compounds

Can anyone find me an earlier example of future bass than Flume's You & I remix?

1 point · 2 months ago · edited 2 months ago

Which upper trap muscle becomes underdeveloped compared to the other when doing mixed grip deadlift? (Right hand over, left hand under) My right trap is slightly underdeveloped so maybe I could fix this by using the same mixed grip all the time

2 points · 2 months ago

Does anyone have a version of the 4 day LP spreadsheet with OHP swapped in properly. I'm finding it difficult to copy and paste the rows working with google drive on mobile.

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Do you mean swapping out the CGBP with a +1 OHP day? If so, heres mine.

I've changed it a lot from the original though, so you'll probably have to edit some stuff.

Yeah, that's close. I would probably use incline or CGBP instead of OHP Day 1 though. What rep schemes/formulas did you use to set up Bench Volume and OHP volume?

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Didn't do it myself, found another dudes. Heres the one I copied.

And yeah, I might do that soon. I've only been on the program for 2 weeks and so far it has felt good, so I'll probably do it in the near future as I've read some people recommending it.

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Deadlift Formcheck 80kg x 6

I know that my head should be neutral, not pulled back. Anything else in need of improvement?

I have noticed that a lot of my weight during deadlifts is on the front of my feet. Any good cues to counteract this?

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