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Old 10-25-2012, 08:25 PM   #9
MattyBoy
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I changed my routine a little. Not the lifts, just when I did them. I want to devote more of my training time to my primary lifts. So I divided my 2 routines into three. On the days I have to work I'm going to do my primary lifts, and on one of my days off I'll do my support movements. So today I only did close grip bench and dead lifts. I have to change the way I approach these longer sessions. I think I did to much working up and burned myself out. This is how it went:

Deadlift: Bar 10X/ 135 8x/ 225 5x/ 315 3x/ 365 missed/ 335 missed/ 315 missed
I really wanted that 365. I thought I could jump to it.

Close grip bench: Bar 6x/ 135 3x/ 225 2x/ 205 2x/ 205 1x
I was hoping if I cut the warmup sets down I'd do better. But I think I was already fatigued.
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