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Old 05-22-2010, 07:23 AM   #21
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A training duo posting their workouts side by side. That will make for good competition.
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Old 05-22-2010, 02:58 PM   #24
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Well today was pretty fun..
I warmed up with a little stretching and jump rope.
Started with stones...
175x5
200x5 with an attempted press just for the hell of it; I missed it haha
220x2
240x2
260x1
285x1
310x0 Tried hitting this stone like 4 times.
The first time I held this stone at the top for a good 5 seconds but just couldnt get it over. Just wouldnt roll over the bar. The next attempts it kept pushing me back. One of my friends was telling me to use more hip explosion and less back. So im going to work on that when warming up with the lighter stones.

After stones we hit the yoke walk.. It was hotter than hell out there, living in Florida haha.. I had fun!
350x100'
480x50'
570x50' PR
620x50' PR
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Old 05-22-2010, 04:50 PM   #26
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Warmed up with some stretching of low back and hamstrings.
then hit some light stone shoulders.
Stones over 48" Yoke
200x1
220x1
240x0x2
240x1
260x0x3 (had it to the knees, couldn't pull it in. Not as bad as I thought it would be on the initial pickup)
Should have it atleast in the lap by next week.
Yoke Walk (max 25-50 FT)
290x100
380x65
430x50
480x50
520x25 (1 drop)
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Old 05-24-2010, 09:33 PM   #27
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Default DE Upper Body

Dynamic Effort Upperbody
warmed up with snatches
one-arm
barx5
65x5
reg.
95x5
115x5
135x1
log press in rack w/bands (purple choker/mon. mini basket)
100# 7x3
120# 3x3
remove bands
170x1
180x1
180x2
180x3
Axle cleans (80%)
180x5x3
Farmers Walk- light 80'
150x4 trips
didn't time the first set
2nd- 10.5
3rd- 10.15
4th- 9.25

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Old 05-24-2010, 09:57 PM   #28
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First started off with One Arm Barbell Snatches..
Just started doing them since I saw Tom Mutaffis doing it with 165# for 1RM
Im still getting used to them.
45#x5 ea. arm
95#x3 ea. arm
115x1 w/ right arm (missed with left)
135x0 missed

We went to Speed log press with the purple band w/ the mini basket
3 reps with 100# (Warm up)
I then went to 120# for 10x3
Once done with Speed we took off the bands and hit..
5x2 200#

We loaded up the axle with 200# and worked the continental clean
3x5

Hit speed farmers with 150# per hand (Timed)
4x80'
1- Not timed
2- 9.2
3- 8.7
4- 8.1

So it was a good night of training!
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Nice workouts man. Where abouts in FL are you?
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Nice workouts man. Where abouts in FL are you?
we're in the pensacola area, NW FL
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