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Old 02-14-2013, 05:48 PM   #21
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That is what I am thinking.
I have been posting my lifting on my training log.
I guess I should copy it here also.
Yes, thanks. That would help. Frequently we can offer suggestions. We are here to help.
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Ok slowly getting back on track.
This is Saturdays workout that I should have done Thursday.
I was really busy getting atvs ready for upcoming spring break.
I still shouldn't have put the workout off but shit happens.
I chose weights that I shouldn't have to strain with.
I really lost strength with the illness.
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Ok today I used Juggernaut HP.
I got a good muscle pump. I seemed to have a bit more energy than with my normal large coffee before lifting. I will know more as I get back into the groove.

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Squats 20 x 180

Deads 20 x 210

Next week I think I will re-add my heavy session after my 20 rep session.
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20 Reppers on squats. How do those legs feel?

My new routine is going to have me doing some 20 rep squats. I'm sure it will be fun lol
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Ok so far. Some doms last week.
I love 20 reppers though.
It seems like each rep after 15 gets twice as hard.
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Ok slowly getting back on track.
This is Saturdays workout that I should have done Thursday.
I was really busy getting atvs ready for upcoming spring break.
I still shouldn't have put the workout off but shit happens.
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I really lost strength with the illness.
shoulder press
85 x 6 x 3 sets

Bench
15 x 6 x 2 sets

lateral flies
25 x 6 x 2 sets each side

incline press
100 x 6 x 2 sets
Ok, I have to admit, I first that as lateral FILES, and I thought to myself, pushing some heavy lateral files really would be a good workout... HAHAHA! (Can you tell I work in an office most of the day?)

Hey, great workout, keep it up. Keep letting that Jugg HP push you through!
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Ok so far. Some doms last week.
I love 20 reppers though.
It seems like each rep after 15 gets twice as hard.
I'm sure I will come to like them as well! I was used to going high reps, but lately I've been keeping them around 8 or so.
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Good muscle pump.
Seemed to have a lil more reserve in the tank than normal.
But, it was crazy cold in my shop. I knocked it out quick and got out of there.
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