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Old 02-14-2013, 12:19 PM   #71
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Love the big lifts! (well, they are big to me... anyway) Nice road to recovery man.
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The "big lifts". Squat is king. "How much can you bench?" Deadlifts.

It's good to keep these in at least on a rotational basis. Agreed.
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had a solid deadlift session Friday. Worked up to 595x2, then did some stiff legs off a 100lb plate superset with leg press for reps of 20. I really do feel like I can lift longer with more focus with Juggernaut. Thanks for the chance to log it!

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Glad it helps. Spread the word!

Nice video.
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I agree with you, The energy and focus really keeps you dialed in when you get in that zone!
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had a solid deadlift session Friday. Worked up to 595x2, then did some stiff legs off a 100lb plate superset with leg press for reps of 20. I really do feel like I can lift longer with more focus with Juggernaut. Thanks for the chance to log it!
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Week 20 bench/rehab

Training is going great considering all the issues I have had! Big squat day on Friday. Might have to have a double of Juggernaut!
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Lots of warm ups, rehab stuff

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These felt off so I stopped

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Great stuff going on in here. Many, myself included, find with the intensity needed to get a great leg workout in use an additional 1/2 - 1 scoops.
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