Can't say much other than thank you guys for the continued support. I know I push myself way too hard sometimes and it's a habit I have to break out of - I've behaved myself this week though.
But seriously, thank you.
Deadlift (alternate conventional and sumo on all sets)
180x1x8 sets (conventional only)
Wanted to get some nice lower body speed work done without frying my CNS and muscles. Nice to get some solid volume without feeling like I'm going to die.
Alternate DB Hammer Curl
This is a much better way of training with my shoulder. Nice, light weight with a bunch of reps. Gets loads of blood into the muscles and feels good.
Slingshot Bench Press
Rockin' the pull down. Solid session overall with lots of high rep work to get blood pumping.
Lat. High Row
Wide Grip Seated Cable Row
Barbell Curl (strict as hell)
I actually really enjoyed this session, considering I'm not a massive fan of loads of rowing work. Dropped squats this week so I could do feel fresh for...
180x2 - these were crazy fast, felt awesome
260x1 - easy, fasted 260 pull I've ever done (I've done three
YES. YES. YES. So, so happy to finally nail that damn 600lb milestone. I've always struggled with my pull while my squat has rocketed up, so it's nice to get a 7.5kg PB over the last 9 or so weeks. If you watch the video in the other thread
it looks like I hitch it at the top, but what actually happens is I snap my knees back, almost in realisation that all I have to do is lock-out and I'm done! Makes the bar wobble though and almost look like I tug it up. Heh, still damn happy with it, but all it really means is it's a step towards the next big milestone of 300kg.
According to the routine I'm supposed to pull 280kg next week and looking at the speed I pull the 272 for the first two thirds it's almost tempting, but I think I'm going to call it there and spend the next few weeks smashing out some heavy sumo pulls to mix it up.
Speed Pulls (all done with double blue bands on both sides)
Ghetto Band-Assisted GHR
All '+' reps done with a little (or a lot!) of push back up.
Thank you again for the support guys, always appreciated.
EDIT: Forgot the rest of my deadlift session!