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#161 OFFLINE   dlewis8589

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Posted 15 August 2014 - 02:30 PM

8/15/2014

 

Cont. C&P: 4x2-122lbs(Volume PR)

 

Strict Standing Press: 2x10-75lbs

                                   1x9-75lbs

Dips: 1x10-BW

         1x9-BW

         1x6-BW



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Posted 17 August 2014 - 05:22 PM

8/17/2014

 

DO Deadift: 1x5-255lbs(Weight PR)

 

DO Axle Rack Pulls: 3x3-222lbs(5 second hold each rep)(Weight Pr)

 

Pull Ups: 5x3- BW+10lbs

               1x2-BW+10lbs(Volume PR)

 

Strict DB Curl: 3x10- 20lbs(Volume PR)

 

 

Hell Yah! 1.5xBW Double-Overhand (belt less)DL for 5 reps! I know this wouldn't even be a proper warmup for most of you, but i'm real happy about this one. They were really hard though, and TBH I had no business going for that 5th rep(form was ATROCIOUS) but goddamnet I was getting this today! Starting next week I'm going to be doing DL's with a belt, so that should be interesting. 


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Posted Yesterday, 04:32 PM

8/19/2014

 

Bench Press: 3x5-125lbs

 

DO Cont. C&P: 2x3-112lbs

                         3x3-102lbs

 

Chin-ups: 3x5-BW

                1x4-BW

 

DB Cuban Rotations: 3x12-10lbs

 

So to change things up I did chin ups instead of pull ups, and surprisingly i'm stronger in pull-ups than chin-ups. 



#164 OFFLINE   Anthony C.

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Posted Yesterday, 05:41 PM

 

 

So to change things up I did chin ups instead of pull ups, and surprisingly i'm stronger in pull-ups than chin-ups. 

That is surprising!  I wonder why.  

 

Also, proud of you for doing rotator cuff work.  That is something most trainees don't bother with and end up paying for dearly.



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Posted Yesterday, 06:03 PM

 

 

 

So to change things up I did chin ups instead of pull ups, and surprisingly i'm stronger in pull-ups than chin-ups. 

That is surprising!  I wonder why.  

 

Also, proud of you for doing rotator cuff work.  That is something most trainees don't bother with and end up paying for dearly.

 

Its probably just because i've never seriously done chin-ups before, once I get more used to the movement it might even out, but I still don't see them rocketing past my pull ups. 

 

Thank you sir, as an aspiring strongman athlete, not taking care of my shoulders might not be so smart lol