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Old 06-21-2012, 03:20 PM   #31
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Hazzard in the gym earlier this week.

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Old 06-21-2012, 05:00 PM   #32
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He looks a like...



Oh wait, this is his log. I'm in trouble, aren't I?
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Working well around the shoulder. Heavy ass shrugs and squats!
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Old 06-28-2012, 05:00 PM   #37
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Thank you for that picture of the beautiful Reggie Fils-Aime Faz. My body is indeed ready. /geek

Sorry I haven't updated here in the last week or so guys, training's been pretty crappy this week, but I did manage a 252.5kg triple deadlift last week the day after those brutal squats and have been slowly creeping my bench up - hit a 100kg raw and 140kg slingshot floor press on Tuesday. But it turns out my arch is better than benching on the ground, so they're scrapped from now on!

Like I said, had a few crappy, days consisting of 200kg squats for three sets of five - found them much harder than I expected. Then tried 202.5kg for five on Wednesday and stopped after three. Urgh. Think I was just crazy sore and not as confident with the rebound at the bottom since my injury. Trying to think of where to go now for squats as I want to get back to 250 and then onto 260. Even if I can't press, I can squat and pull MASSIVE. Or at least that's the plan.

Anyway, today's session...


28/06/12

Deadlift (Conventional)
Warm-Up
227.5x1
240x1
252.5x1
265x0
265x1

Today I was supposed to double my PB, 265kg, but it wasn't to be unfortunately. The aforementioned soreness combined with the missed first attempt put that idea to bed. I've mentioned before I had a muscle spasm in my upper glute/lower back when pulling before - really bloody hurt, but only left me out of training for a few days. Felt it a little today, not painful, just kinda there. Threw me off the first 265 pull and I dropped it. In the video you can see me lean sideways as I feel it. After having a few shitty days of training I decided to man the **** up and pull it. Which I did, just slowly.

Next week I've got to hit 272.5kg, which I'm planning on destroying with just speed work on Monday and rows on Wednesday, leaving me fresh to do some massive deadlifting.

Rack Pull (18" - just below knees)
120x5
170x3
200x3
240x1
270x1
287.5x1
302.5x0
280x1

+2.5kg PB just wasn't to be, I was fried.

Speed Deadlift to Power Shrug
100x3x3 sets (no shrug)
140x3
180x3
210x3
210x3
210x3 (12 shrugs on last pull)

Couldn't remember what the speed pulls I was supposed to do today were, so just did these. Pretty fun and in the Summer heat left me in a sweaty mess.
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Thank you for that picture of the beautiful Reggie Fils-Aime Faz. My body is indeed ready. /geek
Haha is that his name! Great! I love the ones of when he's younger and has a 'fro "my body is groovy!".

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Even if I can't press, I can squat and pull MASSIVE. Or at least that's the plan.
I know what you're saying Hazz, but do let it come. Don't force it. Remember what I said, you have massive potential. Your execution of the lifts, your mentality and body frame are all very positive for lifting heavy. BUT and here's where I do want to offer some council, don't rush it now. This is a relatively severe injury and it will effect your whole body, I'm sure you know that. You need to trust in yourself that you will come back from this and don't start hitting unnecessarily hard squat, deadlift workouts to make yourself feel better about your shoulder. You WILL get better, it just needs time.

The body is one piece, it will know if your shoulder is messed up and it will effect your other movements. The very last thing you need to do right now is to rip a hamstring or pull your back. Keep your training fun and consistent, keep talking to us here. It's just a few months, don't go overboard and make it years. You have the rest of your life ahead. Time and patience will heal it.

Take it from a guy who's been there. When you get to the other side of this, you'll be a better lifter for it.
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Crappy or not, we want updates. Injuries are part of the game; most dangerous because we can lose our mental edge. I tore a should in 2008 and it took 10 months to come back from.

Don't rush things man. You have great potential. Time to start training as smart as possible. Fix your forms and get them tight, re-dedicate yourself, and assess your true weaknesses. Make a plan, ride the plan.

Louie Simmons talks about making that progression step and getting out of the gym - not killing yourself. I fear you do that sometimes, or might do that now. Leave the killing yourself for the platform. In the mean time, train.

I fear that right now you will do too much each day. Just be careful hombre.
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