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Old 02-06-2013, 01:20 AM   #3182
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PUSH/PULL SESSION

Tried to deadlift tonight and it was a no-go right from the start. 135 was welded to the floor. No harm done as it was not going anywhere. I had no expectations, but this turned me into a grumpy old Bear anyway.

Plan going forward is to do super light RDL's ,GM's, and other back strengthening exercises and progress like a snail. I will likely try to pull again in a couple of weeks at the Crew Gym where they have large 5 & 10 lb plates.

Man, nothing makes you appreciate your most recent PR more than having to start all over again with the bar only.

Military Press
95 X3 115 X3 125 X3 135 X3 145 X3 150 X3 155 X1 165 X1

RDL's
Bar X8 65 X7 65 X7

CGBP
135 X8 155 X8 170 X8 185 X8 205 X8 225 X6 Vid

GM's
Bar X5 65 X5 65 X5
Good session super Jim ... take your own time ... do not start things too quickly ... Your squat and Military press numbers are quite strong considering your back condition. Hang in there ... sometime we need to go a step back in order to go two step ahead ... keep lifting and stay strong brother ...
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