Squats - 160 kg x 5 x 5 - Challenging but ok!
It was a good idea to keep toes forward and gaze more upwards. Focus on the descent!
!NOTE! They are probably a bit high, but I'm going to allow myself the benefit of the doubt when I'm really pushing for the progression.
Bench - 83.75 kg x 5 x 5 - Very hard. Damn near failed the very last rep, but I decided to rape it up no matter what. Will increase still.
Rows - 120 kg x 5 x 5 - Fun.
Shrugs - 145 kg x 8 x 3 - Ok. Form was a little off due to having to do it in a different rack than usual.
Triceps - 40 kg x 8 x 3 - Easy, but no joke.
Chins - BW x 8, 8, 7 - Ok.
Good Mornings - 105 kg x 10 x 2 - Hard. Does it matter if the lower back doesn't remain in absolute extension as long as it doesn't round?
Abs - 130 kg x 10, 10, 10 - Ok.
It seems that the increased diet is helping recovery a little. My back still feels great, even though the squat, dl and rows are getting pretty heavy. This is a good sign.
Notes: The dates are represented as d.m.yyyy for my personal convenience. Sorry. Also, to convert a kilogram weight to imperial units easily, just multiply it by two and then add a tenth of that same number to it, i.e. 130 * 2 = 260 and then 260 + 26 = 286. Thus 130 kg is about 286 lbs (actually a little more, but close enough).