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Luke Whippo

I'm more focused on the Dead Lift now, when I Dead Lift my minimum will be 405 x 1. Last week I blew out my lower back locking out too hard  a 315 warm up. I continued on and still hit 405 x 1 barely being able to walk, hence I must do at least 405 x 1.

Today-

The powers to be (life) got in the way of gym time today, but I suppose it was meant to be, as my lower back still needs care. I got the gym about an hour late, which only gives me 40 minutes. I decided to not Dead Lift today.

I began back squats nursing my back and didn't feel any pain, I left the squat rack in better shape than coming in, that's a plus!

Squat (below parallel)-
135 x 5
185 x 5
225 x 10
245 x 1
269 x 14

Squatting while nursing the back is a lot harder, at rep 14 it was starting to get tough, had I been 100%, this would have been a 16+repper.

Powerclean and Press
115 x 2-presses
135 x 2-presses
145 x 2-presses
150 x 2-presses
155 x 2-presses

Ran out of time.....

Keep this in mind, I DIDN'T Dead Lift today, it object of this is WHEN I Dead Lift!

 

Now this is the best version of Chungas Revenge, I had found it about a year ago and had no clue when it was recorded, it was taken down, and here we go, it was in a basement, Aynsley Dunbar drums.......

 

 

 

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First, it’s amaxing how lockout a 315 Dead Lift f’ed me up so badly.

secondly, it’s amazing how yesterday’s squats healed me up.

This time last week I couldn’t stand up straight without doing  20 minutes of stretches. As the week progressed I felt better but the pain was there, on Friday I hurting very badly.

Now it’s like it never happened.

Can’t wait to pull!

 

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As the back felt awesome today, and after doing some Bent Presses (never really done them), the Dead Lift was calling my name-

Home workout, Dead Lift mixed grip-

220 x 2

320 x 1

340 x 1

370 x 1

390 x 1

425 x 1

No issues at all, just keeping form good, was that even a workout?????

 

Gotta start flossing for teeth lifts......

 

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Got to gym late again, I don't see being on time anymore.

Squat-

135 x few

185 x few

225 x 10

255 x 1

285 x 10 load and lift 305 x 1

Feeling a little pain in the lower back on those.

Powerclean and Press-

singles 5# jumps up to 169 x 1

Curls-

89 x 5, no rest, 99x 3, no rest, 109 x 4, minute rest, 119 x 5

Ran out of time.

 

Good find here, crank it up! If you've ever heard "Smoke on the Water", this is the concert (just intro), someone shot a flare onto stage and burned it down.

 

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Dead Lift Day!

Mixed-grip-

220 x 2

320 x 1

340 x 1

370 x 1

395 x 1

435 x 1 No Problem!

 

Another good find here, I never knew he played "Any Downers" like this in 75, very, very heavy minor chords here.............

 

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Today was, push press overhead behind the neck and front squats. I feel, my focus on the Dead Lift helps improve these lifts.

Push press behind the neck -

Singles up 190 x1 and 194 x 1 

Front squats-

Singles up to 245 x 1

The front squats went well, I think if I get to 260 that'll be an all time best for me. Even if I went a tad heavier back in the day, they were high back then, these ATG with pause.

 

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Dead Lift Day.

Deads Conventional  Mixed grip-

220 x 2

320 x 1

340 x 1

370 x 1

400 x 1

440 x 1

 

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Another Dead Lift day.

Dead Lift, conventional. mixed grip-

220 x 2

320 x 1

340 x 1

380 x 1

405 x 1

445 x 1 (felt better than 440)

Back to Chunga's Revenge.....

 

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Squats-

135 x few

185 x few

225 x 8

245 x 1

275 x 15

Push presses behind the neck up to 194 x 1 and 204 x 1

Front squat up to 250 x 1

Curls-

89 x 5, no rest, 109 x 3, no rest, 119 x 3, minute rest, 129 x 6, minute rest, 139 x 1

 

This has to be one of the greatest album covers of all time, non of that stupid wannabe Satan Black Sab. stuff, just plain old ugliness and this was 1970. When this album was released Frank had already fired the entire band for lack of RIO and overhead, the singer here, Ray Collins had the best voice of the 1960's. Ray brought Frank into the band around 64ish, Ray quit for good around 1968, this was a studio/live track that was recorded sometime before 1970 and Frank released after the disbandment, great American story. I love this whole album really, absolutely something different, and Frank would be insulted if it was called, rock........

 

 

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Dead Lift conventional mixed grip-

220 x 2

320 x 1

370 x 1

412 x 1

450 x 1

Badass jam.............

 

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