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Old 02-11-2012, 02:36 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by Off Road View Post
I'm impressed...You killed a bar...You beast!
Hehe, I blame gravity.

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Clean & Push Press
-1x230
-0x240
-1x1x215
-1x2x205
-2x1x225
-2x1x235
-1x240
-2x3x215

Squat
-1x385
-5x3x365 (No ace wraps)

Pull Ups
1x22xbw
1x20xbw

Got a new bolt for the bar, but to lazy to remove the old broken bolt (will require some drilling and stuff, do that later). I like the feel of the 300-rated crap bar. Its so crappy there was a lot of whip with the 200+ clean/push presses. Its also 28mm, unlike my stronger broken bar at 31mm. Huge difference in grip strength and more conformable racking the clean. Failed first attempt at 240 pp, dropped to work on technique before going back up for a nice rep. A little pooped after 240 so I only did 2 triples.

Warming up to squats with 315 I noticed huge whipping and bending with the bar. Was a little nervous so I only worked up to 385 and some triples at 365. Didn't wrap the knees. Quick and easy. Finished with two fine sets of pull ups.

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