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Old 02-07-2013, 06:25 PM   #61
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Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Atlanta
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Get those rows as strong as possible with straps. A stronger back will help your grip.

Keep smashing Creech.
I've never thought of it that way. Is it worth the trade-off of using straps rather than holding the bar yourself to do the heavier rows?

Thursday
I've started supplementing 5g of creatine a day along with my trial usage of c4. I mix it with my PWO protein, and I took my first dose yesterday. It could just be confirmation bias or placebo effect, but today I felt like superman!

Push Press
barx10
135x8
155x3
185x3
205x3x4 sets. Think I could've taken any set to 5 easily, just stopped at 4 sets because I wanted to let another guy squat.

Incline Press
205x8
215x8x2

Arnold Press
65s x8x3

Chin-Ups
Bw + 25 x5x3

Dips
Bw + 45 x10x3

Decline Skull Crushers (only bench open...) SS Alt DB Curls
80x10x3 SS 45s x8x3

No time for the row machine
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