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Old 06-09-2013, 06:51 PM   #121
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Big deadlift PR. Congrats!
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Been pretty busy so I'm gonna have to post a coupe of sessions at the same time for today.


Here it goes:

Military press day

Military press

1x5@85
1x5@95
1x5+ = 8 reps@110

5x10 @75

Chin-up/pull-up/neutral-grip up!?
3 sets of 6 with strict form

Lat pull down
8@195
8@195



Squat day

Squat
1x5@160
1x5@180
1x5+ = 9 reps@205

5x10@135


Leg curl
5 sets of 10 (forgot to note weight :O )



Bench day

Bench press
1x3@165
1x3@190
1x3+ = 7 reps @ 210

5x10@135

Dumbell row
10@95
10@95
10@95
8@95
8@95


For Deadlift day

Deadlift
1x3@240
1x3@270
1x3+ =9 reps @ 305

5x10@205

Hanging leg raises
5 sets of 8


Military press day

Military press
1x3@90
1x3@105
1x3+ = 9 reps@115 (PR!!)

5x10 @75

Chin-up/pull-up/neutral-grip up!?
3 sets of 6 with strict form

Lat pull down
8@195
8@195


So in general I really like the program. I realized that my conditioning really sucks though. Doing those higher reps sets gets me more exhausted than it should, so might have to work on that. I've also found that my main lifts do need a good amount of work on technique too. I'm trying to improve it, especially during the lower % sets.
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Old 06-10-2013, 08:49 PM   #122
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Extra reps, drops sets...lots of work!

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Old 06-11-2013, 09:01 PM   #123
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Extra reps, drops sets...lots of work!



I'm guessing about tree-fiddy.

haha I wish.



I think the way I wrote things is actually a lot more confusing that I initially thought lol. I tried to write it that way so it can kind of express the Wendler format.

But actually when I write "1x5@85"
It just means I'm doing my first set of 5 at 85 (according to the wendler percentage). And then when I write "1x5+ = 8 reps@110" it just means that I have to do one set of minimum 5 reps but I need to do as many reps as I can (so basically doing 8 reps at 110 for that set)

Hope its not too confusing
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Hope its not too confusing

Nope...that's how I read it.

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thanks Steve



Been more busy lately so I will probably start to put several workout together once again.

Program is going fairly good so far. Still feels a bit weird to go in the high reps and I feel like its a lot harder on my strength endurance for some reason. I'm constantly improving my technique and I think I have made significant improvements in each of the big lifts so far, except maybe for the military press where there is still a lot of room to improve.

Here are the numbers :
Squat day

Squat
1x3@170
1x3@195
1x3+ = 7 reps@220

5x10@135


Leg curl
5 sets of 10 at 132 on the machine



Bench day

Bench press
1x5@175
1x3@200
1x1+ = 5 reps @ 225

5x10@135

Dumbell row
10@95
10@95
10@95
8@95
8@95


For Deadlift day

Deadlift
1x5@255
1x3@290
1x1+ =7 reps @ 320

I stopped at 7 reps there but I really think I could have done some more. I was just really exhausted (terrible conditioning). I'll try to beat this for sure next time.

5x10@205

Hanging leg raises
5 sets of 8


Military press day

Military press
1x5@95
1x3@110
1x1+ = 8 reps@120 (PR!)

5x10 @75

Chin-up/pull-up/neutral-grip up!?
3 sets of 6 with strict form

Lat pull down
8@195
8@195

Squat day

Squat
1x5@180
1x3@205
1x1+ = 7 reps@230 (PR!!)

5x10@135


Leg curl
5 sets of 10 at 132 on the machine
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