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Old 09-13-2010, 07:54 PM   #17
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Congrats on the bench PR. Liking the images in the log, btw.
Thanks everyone! I did some minor editing to the images using Paint.NET.


September 13th, 2010 - Session#: 8
Week 2 Workout 4
Weight: 169 lbs
Time: 1 hour 10 mins
Deadlift
*Warmup*:Bx5, 185x5, 200x5, 215x3
215x3
245x3
275x8
Leg Press
3x450x10
Romanian Deadlift
2x115x10
2x135x10
Dumbbell Side Bends
35x10
45x10
Conditioning
11.5 minutes
Notes: Workout Notes
Awesome workout, even if it got delayed twice . This was Saturday's (the 11th) workout, so now Monday's moves to Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays move forward one, and Saturday's moves to Sunday.

Tiring workout, yet it seems my body is adapting to eating below maintenance levels :/
2 notes:
1. I did extra explosive on the final set of Romanian Deadlifts. Felt more taxing, but more effective. I must keep that up.
2. I could've done more weight on the Side Bends, but I don't want to be That Guy, the one that does things with extra weight only to jerk it around and injury someone.
-Aaron
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