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Old 11-24-2012, 07:40 PM   #12
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Wednesday, November 24, 2012
Low Box SquatsW/ EFS Rackable Cambered Bar
Bar x ???
Bar x 8
165x5
165x5
255x5
305x3
345x2
365x2
255x8

Leg Press
480x15
480x15
480x15
480x15

Super Set With

GHR
4 sets of 8

Training Grade: C
It was an early training day. I had to be to work at 10am, and we normally squat at 9:30 or there about, so I went in at about 8:30. All I know is, squatting by yourself sucks!!! For the past year, I've been squatting in a monolift, today I had to walk my shit out. I couldn't go too heavy, walking out with that bar swings you all over the place. I guess I'm a little spoiled. Nothing went too wrong, but the sesh could have been better. The knurling gave me some pretty bad bar bite, but the bar is less than 6 months old, it's what I expect. I think I saw some one else here using a "cambered" bar. This one has 14" or so of camber, and is 75lbs. It's no joke... On to singles week!!!
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