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Old 02-25-2013, 09:47 PM   #41
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I'm doing a meet on May which will open the doors for the XPC. Will see how it goes...in the mean time keep it up guys. Training is looking solid!


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Nope. How are they?

Well, the sickness got to me, but I did make sure to get that leg workout in on Sat. afternoon - probably shouldn't have, but I figured, might as well since the worst of the cold was to be had later that night.

Back squats: 230x5x5
Legpress: 450x10, 500x10, 520x10, 540x10, 270x20
Seated leg curls: 85x3x10
45 deg. back extension, bw: +25lbs x 15
Seated calf-raise: 140x2x15

..didn't feel like having the bar racked-up on my chest, so I opted for back squats. Was a little uncomfortable, but managed to get some good reps. My problem with these, is that I change my stance too much as I haven't exactly settled on how to do them - apparently, shoulder width is the 'least awkward' of all the stance I've tried.

Leg press numbers continue to rise - I'm going to continue to pyramid up in weight & see what I hit
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I just saw warning bells. Before going up in weight, please get your groove on. By this, learn proper form and do full-parallel. Get someone to video you and watch videos of others. Also you may ask others in your gym to help you that look they know what they are doing. Train safe; stay safe.
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Definitely will do - am sure not in a rush to get that squat number up; I'd much rather learn better form than get crushed and look like a jackAss doing 1/4 reps.
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Theres a youtube video series, "So You Think You Can Squat" Where he shows you how to squat with proper form. Really helped me out.
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Theres a youtube video series, "So You Think You Can Squat" Where he shows you how to squat with proper form. Really helped me out.

..i prob seen it - man, i've watched plently of powerlifting videos! my favorite is the Deadlift Complilation- I'll post up later..

2/26 workout:
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conv DL's: 265x5, 310x5, 350x5

leg press: 360x3x11

leg extension: 85x2x15

hyp.extension: +35lbs x 2 x 10

lying leg curls: 45x2x15

20 mins hill walking

Am still feeling the caffeine stim. This 3x5 session went well--not winded or fatigued at all; only thing that hampered my lifts were my sweaty palms; felt very strong & will be attempting 430 next Tues.
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