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    New in RTS

    Hi everybody First, sorry for my English, I'm writing from Poland..not too big country in the middle of Europe I'm 47 years old, and have right hip degeneration...but i can squat and deadlift. So f..k the degeneration. I'm intrested in RTS, altough in my country it's not very popular philosophy of training...yet. Personally I'm week and have no predisposition to lifting, but I like it My best squat is 115 kg (255lbs), bencj 110 kg (245lbs) and deadlift 170 kg (374lbs) in 93 (205lbs) bodywieght. I tried to understand RTS, and created a program..

    Monday:
    Bench x 5 @8 to 9 (4 sets usually)
    Bench witch bands :close x 8
    middle x 8
    normall grip x 8
    Squat: up to 3 @9 5% load drop
    Kroc row x 20-25

    Wednesday :
    military press up to 8 @9 5% load drop
    power clean like warm-up for deadlift
    deadlift up to 3 @9 5%load drop

    Friday:
    bench press up to 2@8-9
    soto press 4 sets x 6 reps
    Front squat up to 8 @7 8-9

    Does it have sense? And, most bothering me question, how and when to progress? When, let's say my squat x 3 @9 becomes @8? And..when to use 4-6% fatique, and when 6-9? There are some rules? Thanks for reply

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    Hello friends RTS games is more popular game in this world New and Trending games are launched by their. Previous games are very interesting an i am and my friends are eagerly waiting for the new one. Now we are very happy with this. If you want this game you are just getting into RTS games, the Command & Conquer series is the perfect starting point in online.

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