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Old 06-08-2013, 02:24 PM   #21
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Strong session, skids.

5 straight sets of 5 squats? Oh hell no, lol. But if that's your poison, and it's working, all the better then.

Do you always do underhand bb rows? And do you find they're better in some way?
Gidday Dray, Yeah I might be doing the 5x5 system wrong , I don't know, but it works for me. " Lift Heavy Arse Weights"

Yeah I prefer underhand grip barbell rows because if I do normally overhand grip rows I seem to just bump up my biceps and barely hit my Lats. I find them easier on my low back as well because I'm not horizontal with the floor. The motion is a bit shorter but my lats get hit very hard. To get the best out of them you are supposed to do one arm rows as well because it works your lats from another angle but I was getting tired and missed them. Fat Gripz are the go as well, take your arms right out of the equation. Cheers mate, Nath.
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strong work skids, if I do 5x5 that is what I do 5 working sets of 5 that is the traditional way of doing 5x5 I believe.
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strong work skids, if I do 5x5 that is what I do 5 working sets of 5 that is the traditional way of doing 5x5 I believe.
Cool thanks mate, I thought it was but I've over read and over thought weightlifting and my mind is full.
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Yeah, sorry, didn't mean it was wrong at all. Just sounds gruelling. Not a bad thing, nope.

And I'll have to try some reverse grip rows soon, see how they go. Cheers.
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No worries mate, Yeah give them a shot and see what you think.
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Yeah I prefer underhand grip barbell rows because if I do normally overhand grip rows I seem to just bump up my biceps and barely hit my Lats.
Nice work! I prefer underhand as well.
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11/06/13

Just a light one today, saving up for squats in a couple of days,

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60kgx10
100kg 2x5
140kg 2x5
160kg 2x5
170kg 1x3

Press
Bar 2x20
40kgx10
60kg 2x5
70kg 5x5

Chins
5x5, mixture of complete reps and negatives

I went to do Dips but for some reason I could only barely hold myself up, and I couldn't even complete one rep."Embarrassing"

Side Bends
40kg 3x10 L&R

Cheers Nath.
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Nice deadlifts, and damn impressive pressing!

Fatigue can be weird that way - not predictable sometimes. Good session, still.
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Nice deadlifts, and damn impressive pressing!

Fatigue can be weird that way - not predictable sometimes. Good session, still.
Cheers Dray, I don't feel so bad now.
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