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Old 07-12-2011, 03:12 PM   #16
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Squat 5x5x315
Push Press 5x5x175
Rows 5x5x175
*Dips 3x6x80/Snatch High Pulls 3x10x135

Felt good going into today's training, but wore very quickly. Lifting in a garage when it is 95 degrees out isn't always an evironment for high performance. Thought it would be fun to see how much weight I lost in sweat. Pre-Weight was 181.5. Post weight 177.0. I also drank about 3 bottles worth of water throughout the workout... hehe.

Squat warm up felt good, so I bumped the working weight to 315. Lifts started to slow down and drag on the last reps, starting with set 3. Got everything in though.

Push presses were pretty good. For the most part, fluid. Racking on the shoulder's isn't an issue with a wider grip, but I'm experimenting with carry over to my press so I'm using a grip a close grip that doesn't allow me to rack on shoulders WHILE transferring enough energy from the push. Not really an issue for now though. Some more meat would also help.

Finished with dips and snatch high pulls. These will be the last dips I do for awhile, unfortunately. Love the lift, but as of the past two weeks, it has been bringing up some discomfort in my left shoulder. As for the high pulls, far from perfect. First time doing these so I have some corrections to make.
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