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Old 06-15-2013, 09:14 AM   #8
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15th June 2013

Deadlift and Legs

1. Stretching and Body Warm up - 10 mins

2. Deadlifts - 8 sets

5 Sets Conventional Deadlift

12x30 kgs
8x40 kgs
5x50 kgs
4x60 kgs
4x60 kgs

Sumo DL

6x40 kgs
6x40 kgs
6x40 kgs

2. Leg Curls - 4 sets of progressive loading; Last set all plates for 4 reps

3. Leg Extension - Substituted for smith machine lunges - 4 sets of progressive loading and last set all plates for 5 reps

4.Calf Raises - 5 sets, all till failure - average reps per sets - 20

Rating for the day - Good. As usual form improvement is a priority for deadlift. Still getting in the groove.
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