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Friday
Did a little catalog tearing as practice for the upcoming event.
I eased up on a couple of things as it'd been 2 weeks since I did shoulders and arms

Seated press
to 110-kilos x 3 reps

Hammer DB Curls
80-kilos x 18 reps @ (brutal as always)

TKB
15-kilos x 8 reps (hard)

TPD
to 13p + a half stacker plate x 8 eayish reps

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Monday
Leg Press
to 700-kilos x 14 reps

Power Squat Machine
to 380-kilos x 6 reps (no issues today)
 
Seated Leg Curls
to stack +5p x 15+4+1 reps

Leg Extensions
to stack x 19+1 reps

Bwt: 296lbs

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Tuesday
Two Hand Pinch
upped the weight a fraction and ground out 3 (of 5) ugly ass singles which tore my skin a little (not a good idea two days out from an event).

Thursday
Only bench. The rest would have sapped me for Saturday and Sundays efforts
Close Grip Bench Press
to 157.5-kilos x 2 x 1 reps and then  I did a 1 rep pause with 140-kilos and that was all she wrote. 

Moody belly last night meant I dropped 5lbs bwt

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Monday
First session in a week (I needed a rest after both hard training and the show weekend). I took it easy

Leg Press
to 600-kilos x 12 reps

SSB Squats
to 140-kilos x 8 reps

Seated Leg Curl
(the seat position adjuster was broke)
to stack +5.5p x 20 reps

Leg Extensions
to stack x 15+3+2 reps

Stomach off (took pills after) so bwt 294lbs

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Tuesday
Another day with my foot off the gas a little.
Two Hand Pinch
to 102.7-kilos x 1 rep

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Friday
Still an easy day
Iso Press
Rack in use so
to 60-kilos a side x 6 reps

Hammer DB Curls
to 60-kilos x 8 reps

Tricep KickBack
to 10-kilos x 10 reps

Tricep pressdown
to 14p x 8 reps

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Monday
Still holding back a little
Leg Press
to 610-kilos x 8 reps (easy - the 400kg before was harder)

Power Squat Machine
to 400-kilos x 8 reps

Seated Leg Curl
Seat forward from the usual spot)
to stack +5.5p x 20 reps

Leg Extension
to stack x 20 reps

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Tuesday
Overloaded by 5kg and wondered...no lol. Back to the right weight and I could have done another set or two (I will next time)
Two Hand Pinch
to 102.7-kilos x 1, 1 and then 2 reps

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Thursday
My 55th birthday

Close Grip Bench Press
to 140-kilos x 1 and then 2 x 3 reps

Pullovers
to stack x 12 reps

One Hand Deadlifts
to 120-kilos x 3 x 1 reps per hand - no hook grip

Then off to the beach :)

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Friday
DB Press
My left arm doesn't like this at all. Only worked to 12.5-kilos x 8 reps

Hammer DB Curls
to 60-kilos x 10 reps

Tricep Kickback
to 12.5-kilos x 12 reps

Tricep Pressdown
to 14p + 1 stacker plate x 12 reps

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Monday
Leg Press
to an easy 620-kilos x 8 reps

SSB Squats
to 150-kilos x 8 reps

Seated Leg Curls
to stack + stacker plates x 18+1+1 reps

Leg Extensions
to stack x 18+1+ reps

bwt: 293lbs

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Tuesday
Man on a mission today. Something I've waited, or so it seems, too long to happen has finally done so. So a bunch of 'dominoes' are set to fall and I've pushed it to start ha ha. Ergo yet another late session for me.
Two Hand Pinch
to 102.7-kilos x 1, 2 and then 3 reps

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A little comment on Alan Radley and his quickly withdrawn (cos he broke the rules) ad for his dumbbell.

 There's no such thing as 'THE Millennium Dumbbell'. There cannot be a THE'. Seven were made as was and one as a one off. All from the same 'pattern'. Alan's was the first. Mine the 2nd, one to my former South London buddy, one to Wag Bennet and the three that went to the US.   Mine is now with Bader, Wags is in a memorial plot as he died, lord knows what's happened to my former buddies and the others have been swapped so and so on. He mentioned the one picked up by Brian Shaw which, given the weight quoted in the video is almost certainly a replica.

Regarding the whole 'lift it level' BS. Sure a level lift is sweet and both Brian and Laine have come crazy close (Brian on a replica is, as far as I'm concerned, the level lift. It's just not an actual Millennium). I still have, baring in mind how much I lost leaving Gloucester and coming to Wales, the original challenge laminated poster we had made up. It states what was required. It was agreed between Alan and I and, to the best of my knowledge, Alan did Jack. His best efforts were, in essence, snatching at it in such as a way as to get the momentum to move it 2 inches onto a yellow pages. Indeed the challenge poster says as much.  

It goes without saying that to move it is great, to pick up up tilted better, to pick it up level better still and to do two (as per Laine's efforts) a-fkin-mazing. But to, again in essence, flick the finger at 'it wasn't level' when he himself having owned one for 19 years and having agreed what makes a lift... c'mon. It's too easy to argue the rules, as others have done regarding many grip feats, but the rules were clear. There's an image of the poster in Gripopedia and I can, if need be, post one here. 

Finally, cos I suspect that in spite of his being busy writing various books (sold on Amazon... the reviews are 'interesting') he's pretty much not being keeping himself up to date regarding the dumbbells and their history. 

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Friday
Benched today as we did (mainly her) a zip wire thing yesterday. 

Close Grip Bench Press
to 140-kilos x 1 and then 3 x 3 reps

Mid-Iso Row
to 80-kilos a side x 6 reps @

Rolling Thunder
to 127.5-kilos x 1 and then 3 x 3 reps BH

Bwt: 294lbs

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