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Old 03-04-2013, 10:21 AM   #172
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As I informed in the last post on this thread, I am back on 4th March to the gym. Below is my log. I wanted to see the decline in my strength levels, if any, due to my absence in the gym. I am glad that the it was not much, barring squats.

4th March 2013

Week 5 Day 1

1. Body stretching 8-10 mins

2. Bench Press

Warm up sets with bar only

x15
x15

Work sets

10x20 kgs
8x25 kgs
5x30 kgs
5x30 kgs
5x30 kgs

3. Squats

12x30 kgs
8x40 kgs
5x50 kgs
3x60 kgs
3x60 kgs

I could manage 3 reps with 70 kgs till my last session

4. Deadlift (only form work, steadily the form is improving. I will post my video soon.)

8x20 kgs
8x20 kgs
5x30 kgs
5x30 kgs
5x30 kgs

5. Cool down
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