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26 minutes ago, Kluv#0 said:

Crazy strong as usual but your Thumbless lifts are off the charts strongđź’Ş

I got some big goal numbers in mind with this. My best thumbless is about 82% of best doh. I think closing that distance will be highly beneficial 

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5.8.19

 

spent 5 days in Minneapolis teaching. Demonstrated Calisthenics and kbs for hours and hours 1-5. 

Today was ok. Not a ton of sleep during travel left me some what low energy. Still saw some PRs so it’s all good. 

Doh axle thumbless 305-1, 355-1, 375-1, 380-1

doh A 215-1, 285-1, 305-1, 355-1, 375-1, 395-1, 405-1-2, 305-1-5 

gold bar 30-1/1-5, 35-1/1-5, 40-1/1-3, 55-1/1-3, 60-1/1, 62.5-1/1-10

finball so many between 64-84 lb mixed with hub at 35-65 up and down

im block 35-65-1/1 in 2.5 jumps 

Sb 2.5 for a few 30 sec holds 

single arm leg raise 10-10

ome arm back lever 1/1-2

pronation/supination 100/100 

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6.8.19

sleep needed

lift at the Edge Body weight 209

fbbc 2.5” Saxon 

143-1,193-5, 213-2, 243-1-3, 243-3 PR, 253-1-4, 263-1-3

axle loaded on tall 100s 235-1-3, 325-1-3, 375-1-2, 405-1 felt hard. Usually easy. Need more sleep.

single arm leg raise 12-9 

single arm back lever 1/1-5 really good holds today

hand stands 10 minute left wrist feels shitty when flat on ground upside down. at the Metroflex contest we did some arm wrestling and I’m still feeling it in extended angles. 

 

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8.8.19

bw 210

extendibe warm up today. 

Doh A with pause at top. 305-355-395-405-355 

2x4 Saxon 210-260-300-300-300-310-320-320-320 next few months got some big projects 

single arm leg raise 9/6,5/5,5/5 

single back lever 1/1-7 very good left side holds 

handstand and balance 15 minutes 

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17.8.19

Bonehill Grip Contest at Hotel Salpa, Finland. 

Bw 95 kg, lifted in 105 kg class 

WOG Gold bar lift 31.8 kg - 3rd Place 

Double Overhand IM Axle 185 kg - 1st Place 

Finnish Ball 38.85 kg - 1st Place 

FBBC 2.5” crusher 91 kg - 3rd Place 

3rd Place / 47 overall, best male lifter Team USA, 1st Place 105kg 

8.18.19–  up 26 hours traveling with a 11 & 2.5 hour flights 

 

8.19.19

feeling the travel. Short lift more for psychological benefit than w/o

Bearclaw rolling hand (Bad MF) 

144 -3/3, 169 -3/3-3, 174-3/3-2, 179-1/1-2, 174-3/3/3

Doh Axle 

215-1, 305-1, 395-1-3, 405-1, 400-1, 395-1, 355-1-2, 365-1, 375-1-2, 395-1-2

no name thing 

56-3/3-2, 61-3/3, 66-3/2, 56-3/3/-2

im block 55 lb 7/7-5/5-3-3 

im hub 40 3/3-5

clicker thing 5 sets cooking dinner each hand 

finished day with push ups, sit ups, deck squats for 20 minutes 

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44 minutes ago, Hopefully said:

I know you were quite fond of grippers before, did you quit doing them since it has low carry over and drain the grip too much for optimal progression on other exercises? Since you like competing and everything. 

i train SB it’s part of my sport. That’s the only use I have for a gripper now. They do not improve the important lifts results but will drag the numbers down. 

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44 minutes ago, Hopefully said:

Yes, precisely.

If you are chasing the MM ladder it makes sense. I think the COC is a worthy goal too. If you ever want to compete I recommend pushing your axle rt and pinch the most as it allows best point advantage with the scoring system 

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8.20.19

todays job was installation of a parking lot signage light. That involved 6 hours of digging through clay and stone in North Texas in 105 degrees. Probably the hardest physical labor task this year. Absolute ass kicker. 

Ate a US McDonald’s for first time in 10 years...that’s how hungry I was. 

Gym session at the Edge bw 205 (probably dehydrated)

bear claw Rollie handle 144 - 7/7, 154 - 7/7, 164-5/5, 144-5/5

2.5 saxon 209 lb x 9, 1 hold -5

no name thing cable row 50 lb 3/3-5 hard af 

one hand leg raise 6/6 two hand 7 plate curl 25 lb 12/6, 5/5, 5/5 

thumbless axle 3” bar 225-3, 255-2 

feeling flat 

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That’s a brutal job!I remember that sort of work from my teens and twenties. Back perpetually sore. Hands blistered. But I never skipped a workout. 

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16 minutes ago, EricMilfeld said:

That’s a brutal job!I remember that sort of work from my teens and twenties. Back perpetually sore. Hands blistered. But I never skipped a workout. 

Seriously today was a 10/10 in terms of wrong tool for job, no ice, direct sunlight for 8 hours, nothing but hard packed stones and clay for the whole run. My lifts overall low today but ok volume. Need more revolver and steak 

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15 hours ago, AdamTGlass said:

8.21.19

todays job was installation of a parking lot signage light. That involved 6 hours of digging through clay and stone in North Texas in 105 degrees. Probably the hardest physical labor task this year. Absolute ass kicker. 

Ate a US McDonald’s for first time in 10 years...that’s how hungry I was. 

Gym session at the Edge bw 205 (probably dehydrated)

bear claw Rollie handle 144 - 7/7, 154 - 7/7, 164-5/5, 144-5/5

2.5 saxon 209 lb x 9, 1 hold -5

no name thing cable row 50 lb 3/3-5 hard af 

one hand leg raise 6/6 two hand 7 plate curl 25 lb 12/6, 5/5, 5/5 

thumbless axle 3” bar 225-3, 255-2 

feeling flat 

Yep, that would kill me now. Working out in the heat like that is brutal.

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8.21.19

Sore today. Not feeling particularly strong but mobility is decent. 

Axle loaded on 25’s 235-2, 255-2, 285-1, 305-1, 325-1, 335-1, 355-1, 375-1 Lifting angles all solid but hands not gripping great. 

Lbh 143-3/3, 173-3/3-3, 193-1/1 middle finger tendons sore from plate curls felt it strongly in torsion grip position. 

Bear claw Rollie handle 144-10/10, 6/5, 5/5, 154-3/3-3, 144-5/5-2

no name cable rows 60 lb - 3/3, 4/3, 5/4, 3/3, 40 lb 5/5, 5/4, 6/3

cable extension 50-50, 20, 20 ovhd extension 50-15,15,15,15,12

 

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Doh axle 185 kg at Bonehill 

 

My 190 kg attempt I dropped. 

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8.22.19 

dohA 305-1, 325-1, 355-1, 395-1

3x4 Saxon 143-1, 163-1, 183-1. 203-1, 223-1, 228-1, 233-1, 238-1, 223-1, 228-1, 233-1, 223-1

cable extension 10 sets from shoulder extension/flexion 

plate curl 25 lb 12/8, 5/5, hanging from bar 6/4, 6/4

 

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8.23.19

triceps sore af 

bw 216

bear claw 144-1/1, 169-1/1, 179-1/1, 184-1/1 

dohA + RT + Saxon giant set 

305-186-203 1,1,1

355-191-223 1, 1 hard af 

tricep extension ovhd & standing 5 sets 

hanging plate curl 35-1,1,1 L 25 8/10, 8/10, 7/6 

pull down 140x8-3 

 

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8.25.19 

team practice with Eric Milfeld, Tanner Merkle, & Robert Nejedly. 

Flask up to easy singles at 102 

3x4 Sorinex Saxon up to singles at 243

crusher singles up to 200ish 

bear claw to singles at 189

Shallow hub to singles at 50

lbh singles up to 203

plate curls 20 kg 

inch lifts 

cable rows with no name thing 

 

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Hate the playa AND the game strength!! Incredible wrist strength Adam!!

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I’m figuring out the angles to hold a bell in one hand and plate curl in the other. Couple of weeks I’ll be able to do that

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24 minutes ago, AdamTGlass said:

I’m figuring out the angles to hold a bell in one hand and plate curl in the other. Couple of weeks I’ll be able to do that

Now you're just messing with our heads, every time I watch you lift something I'm expecting to hear that bionic sound from the 6 million dollar man.

 

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8.26.19

severe Training session today 

axle 215-3, 285-3, 305-3. 355-1, 395-1, 415-1-2, 425-1-2, 395-1-15

PR volume over 390 lb 

saxon 2.5” 193-3, 213-1, 223-1, 233-1, 243-1, 253-1-8

bear claw 169-1/1-3, 179-1/1-3

rolling thunder 186-1/1-2, 206-1/1

flask 82-1/1-3, 87-1/1-3

silverbullet 3 set 10 sec holds 

cable extension 8 sets 

cable rows 5 sets per arm 

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8.27.19 

lift at the Edge, body weight 215 lb 

2.5” FBBC Saxon lift 

191-1, 211-1, 231-1, 241-1-3, 246-1-3, 251-1-3, 241-1-5, 246-1-5, 231-1-25

 

 

PR total reps for session, PR reps above 231 

plate curl 25 lb 12/10 

 

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8.28.19

lift at the Edge 

thumbless double overhand axle 

215-1, 265-1, 305-1, 355-1-5, 365-1-5, 345-1-11 PR TDOH volume 

 

20 kg plate curl 2,2,2 

35 plate curl from hang 3+, 3, 3 pr 

20 kg attempt off the hang - maybe 2-4 more practice days before achievement 

full length 45’ s doable again within 6-8 weeks. Much easier to regain strength back than to build first go

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Adam, you have very siick wrist strength!! Amazing volume on the DOT and the 20kg plate curl you dominated the feat!

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