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      New to Powerlifting. Not lifting.

      Well, been lifting for about 10 years. Currently 30 years old, 230lbs at 11% bf. Never tried power lifting but recently switched gyms and it's predominantly powerlifters, so obviously I am interested. Looking for some good recommendations on programs. I have searched alot and am familiar with alot of the more popular ones. But would.live to hear what's worked for you guys. I am not super strong. These guys in the gym pull 600+ squat 700+ ect. I tried to find where I am at. Currently have a 395 Bench, 455 Dead, and 465 squat. I know it's bad, but that's why I am here. I have done mainly a push pull bodybuilding type of routine.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Swolabetic View Post
      Well, been lifting for about 10 years. Currently 30 years old, 230lbs at 11% bf. Never tried power lifting but recently switched gyms and it's predominantly powerlifters, so obviously I am interested. Looking for some good recommendations on programs. I have searched alot and am familiar with alot of the more popular ones. But would.live to hear what's worked for you guys. I am not super strong. These guys in the gym pull 600+ squat 700+ ect. I tried to find where I am at. Currently have a 395 Bench, 455 Dead, and 465 squat. I know it's bad, but that's why I am here. I have done mainly a push pull bodybuilding type of routine.
      I'm sitting around 1500 total

      My routine is lift heavy as fuck up to a 2rm

      Then 5x3 or 5x2 on heavy accessories
      Ex. Front squat or close grip bench

      Then I do health accessories like hip flexor, core stability and rotator cuff exercises.

      don't beat it till you try it

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