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Old 05-15-2013, 01:12 PM   #81
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Today's Peppard fact George Peppard vs George Washington - who wins? This is simple: it's a matter of height. George Peppard was a sturdy 6'1". In his special actor shoes, he was 6'8". But George Washington was America's third tallest president, measuring 7'8" in his socks. With his unfeasibly tall hat on, he measured 18'6". This made him incapable of passing under low bridges. Peppard therefore wins.

Wednesday Tried some bench press for the first time in - oh about ten months. Then did some tricep pushdowns, which I haven't done in years. Good fun. Poundages on DB press may be going down. Certainly not going up in the mid range.

Standing overhead DB press

36s (80s) X 6
36s (80s) X 6
38s (84s) X 4
30s (66s) X 13

Bench Press

100 (221) X 8
110 (242) X 6
115 (253) X 4

DB flyes

28 (61) X 8
28 (61) X 8
28 (61) X 8

Triceps pushdown

62.5 (143) X 15, 15, 12
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