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Old 02-20-2013, 01:38 AM   #31
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Lower, power day

Conv. DL's: 290x3, 330x3, 370x3, 420x1

LegPress: 450x8, 500x10, 540x11

Legcurls: 45x12, 50x2x10

45 deg. hyperExtension, BW + 10lbs: 2x11

Sit-ups: bw x 20, +25lbs x 15, +35lbs x 12

Calf raise, barbell: 135x3x15

Those leg presses were for Kenn, thanks for urging me to get those numbers up! The 500 and 540 were a lot lighter than I expected - I've done them before & they weren't as smooth as today's reps. Strength is definitely there; no sticking points at all - thinking I'll try mult. sets of 540 x 10 next week.

420x1 deadlift came up smoothly as well - very satisfied as to how the strength gains are coming along. Next week, I'm doing three sets of five & those are usually tough for me...looking forward to`em!

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Good job man! Great seeing the strength increase like that. Definitely give 540 some multi-sets next week!
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Thanks!! I'm trying Sir! I plan on supplementing with Juggernaut to get that number as close to 500 before my servings run out - there's actually plenty left; 60 from the get-go - very generous..

2/21 - chest & arms hypertrophy

Dose: 1 scoop, ~35 mins prior to workout.

-15 deg. incline Smith bench: 180x12, 200x3x12
-decline DB flyes: 40x2x15
-seated flat bench press, Hoist: 180x12, 270x12, 320x2x12

-preacher curl machine: 70x12, 90x2x12
-cable Hammer curls: 85x13, 100x2x13
-DB con. curl: 30x2x12

-V-bar pushdowns: 145x3x12
-dips, bodyweight: x40, x25, x15
-overhead cable extensions: 130x2x15
-1-arm cable pushdowns: 55x2x15

Felt really strong on the Hoist; usually reps slow down, but had no problems today - even hit 320 [1st time attempted] & that went up pretty easily too. Must have a great pump going-on, one of the guys there was looking at me & we talked for a bit & he was like, " holy shit, bro! " Arms had a thick pump from that Hammer curls.

Definitely feeling that I'm getting some additional "push" from Juggernaut HP..

Today's leg workout will be a game-time decision - felt a cold coming on last night & it's slowly getting to full strength. Maybe just blast 1.5 - 2 scoops and squat that cold outta me! Soo, if I don't post in a day or two - I'm laid out on the couch

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Definitely feeling that I'm getting some additional "push" from Juggernaut HP.
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Got to love a good arm workout!

How'd the legs go? Hope you aren't getting too sick!
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