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Old 03-01-2011, 06:08 AM   #491
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Awesome work as usual Carl! I have to lower my weight in squats starting to get some form issues again and tweaked out the knee a bit yesterday.You're coming along great buddy. Very proud of you.
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Looking strong as always Carl!!!! Good idea with the squats, sounds like your NAILING it!
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Reeves Classic, Week 7 - Day 2

Squats (ATG)
80kg x 12 deloaded weight, upped reps
90kg x 8 deloaded weight
120kg x 8 upped weight

BB Rows
55kg x 12 deloaded weight, upped reps
60kg x 8 deloaded weight
72.5kg x 8 upped weight

DB Shoulder Press
17.5 kg x 12 deloaded weight
22kg x 8
25kg x 9 upped reps +1

DB Bench Press
30kg x 12
30kg x 10 upped reps +2
32.5kg x 8

DB Curls (alternating)
15kg x 12
17.5kg x 10 upped reps +2
17.5kg x 8

Dips
BW x 23
BW x 10
BW x 9
BW x 8

BB Calf Raises
130kg x 20 upped reps +3 PB
130kg x 15 dropped reps -1
130kg x 15 dropped reps -1

Crunch Chair
35kg x 15
35kg x 15
35kg x 12

Nice session today...

I am finally where i want to be with the weights I think and can start the climb back up now. Dropped the weight again on the first 2 sets of squats so upped the last set to where it is scheduled to be. Felt REALLY gooddoing it this way, I definitely hasd more in the tank for the final set and really ground out the last set. First set wasnt taxing, second set wasnt hard, but wasnt easy and the last set was heavy. So about where i need to be

Same with BB row, I dropped the weight back on the first 2 again and upped the weight on the last one, so I can start the climb again.

Added a rep on the presses in the last set. I will get this set to 12 then start upping the reps on the second set. This should hopefully give me more time with 25 x 12, before I try to ramp the weight again and will still act as a micro load with the second set increasing in reps too.

Bench felt good, as did curls and dips. Dips fell back to 4 sets, but that wasnt surprising as i did extra work on the presses and bench. I am still keeping rest to 30-40 seconds.

Calves were a killer. I went all out in the first set and got the 20 reps (first time I have repped 20 with these at ANY weight ) so the last two had to drop back to 15.

I am really surprised i am still feeling well worked (as much as ever) even with the lower weight on the first couple of swets. i thought I would breeze through the routine now, but it is enabling me to keep intensity up (as my rest were getting longer and longer), but I can still SFHW in the last set.

GL I take my hat off to you

Total workout time 1 hour 5 mins, Solid Grade A

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Week 7 nearly in the books. Your last squat set is really starting to look beefy. Sometimes I gloss past kgs, forgetting 120 kgs is 264 pounds.
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Awesome work as usual Carl! I have to lower my weight in squats starting to get some form issues again and tweaked out the knee a bit yesterday.You're coming along great buddy. Very proud of you.
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Looking strong as always Carl!!!! Good idea with the squats, sounds like your NAILING it!
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Week 7 nearly in the books. Your last squat set is really starting to look beefy. Sometimes I gloss past kgs, forgetting 120 kgs is 264 pounds.
Cheers guys... GL has helped a lot with re-scaling the weight for the first two reps to make sure i can keep progressing for longer... Cant believe its week 7 already, just feels so new still. Plus i have never gone this long without missing a workout, gotta love that.

Squats are going really well. i want to be repping 300lbs by October (so thats 135kg), hopefully should get there sooner than that though

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Week 7 nearly in the books. Your last squat set is really starting to look beefy. Sometimes I gloss past kgs, forgetting 120 kgs is 264 pounds.
I am with you, sometimes the math needed in this log makes my head hurt.
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Old 03-01-2011, 08:37 AM   #497
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Squats (ATG)
80kg x 12
90kg x 8
120kg x 8


When it is time to add weight, only add to the second set. We'll do this until it is at 100kg. Then we'll add across all of them again.

Nice session today...

I am finally where i want to be with the weights I think and can start the climb back up now. Dropped the weight again on the first 2 sets of squats so upped the last set to where it is scheduled to be. Felt REALLY gooddoing it this way, I definitely hasd more in the tank for the final set and really ground out the last set. First set wasnt taxing, second set wasnt hard, but wasnt easy and the last set was heavy. So about where i need to be

I am really surprised i am still feeling well worked (as much as ever) even with the lower weight on the first couple of swets. i thought I would breeze through the routine now, but it is enabling me to keep intensity up (as my rest were getting longer and longer), but I can still SFHW in the last set.

GL I take my hat off to you

Total workout time 1 hour 5 mins, Solid Grade A

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Thanks Carl. You're the one doing the work, I am just poking you with a stick.

Everything is looking great. I think you ae really seeing how adjusting the weights through the sets, and finding the right intensity really works. With your top sets as heavy as they are now, you really have to watch for the stall.

You're notes on all of it tell me you have got it figured out.
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Thanks Carl. You're the one doing the work, I am just poking you with a stick.Everything is looking great. I think you ae really seeing how adjusting the weights through the sets, and finding the right intensity really works. With your top sets as heavy as they are now, you really have to watch for the stall.

You're notes on all of it tell me you have got it figured out.
I don't know if Mrs Carl will be happy about that.
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Thanks Carl. You're the one doing the work, I am just poking you with a stick.

Everything is looking great. I think you ae really seeing how adjusting the weights through the sets, and finding the right intensity really works. With your top sets as heavy as they are now, you really have to watch for the stall.

You're notes on all of it tell me you have got it figured out.
Cheers mate.... Im liking the feel of the routine. i actually feel more worked than before. i think because i can keep the intensity up and actually push harder on the final set than before. Its a real balancing act, but I think i am pretty much there...

Ill keep the 120kg when i get to 12 across and then up the second and deload back to 8 for the final two sets...
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Calf work is looking heavy, Carl!

But I just can't get my head around this crazy 'full body' stuff you seem to excel at...


Keep with the SFW buddy!
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