8/13/14, B
The gym opened 30min late so I had to skip the gut work but I managed to get everything else done.

Deadlift:
135 x 5

225 x 3

275 x 1

295 x 1

305 x 1

315 x 1

325 x 1

335 x 1

345 x 1

355 x 1

355 x 5 *last 2 reps were touch'n go

355 x 4

355 x 3

355 x 2

355 x 2

**Strict Press:**
bar x 10

95 x 5

105 x 2

110 x 1

115 x 1

120 x 1

125 x 1

130 x 5

130 x 5

130 x 4

130 x 3

130 x 2

130 x 2

95 x 8

95 x 8

95 x 8

95 x 8 *my form was shit, extra volume's not work'n, gotta try something else

**DB Rows:***used versa grips on all sets

120 x 10

120 x 10

120 x 10

120 x 10

**Lying Tricep Extensions:**
85 x 10

85 x 8 *triceps & front delts not felling good, drop weight try to finish another set

80 x 7 *triceps burnt out from from ohp

**Alt DB Curls:**
35's x 10

35's x 10

35's x 10

**Leg Curls:**
140 x 15

140 x 15

140 x 15

**No Ab work**, ran out of time

I have to re-think how I need to work my shoulders. I like the strict press and I want be better at it but adding volume after heavy sets does the exact opposite. Because the weight is light, I dont stay tight and I might as well be doing Incline bench. I've read a few articles about strict press and they all talk about the same problem. Rather than add volume they recommend adding frequency instead, but I dont know if I should do heavy strict press twice a week or use a hammer strength shoulder press to build up my shoulders? I use the leg press to help my squat and it seems to be working, so... maybe the hammer strength will work the same way...? I guess theirs only one way to find out.