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Old 08-29-2011, 06:25 AM   #11
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Strong work!!!! Smash your PRs in Sept mate!!
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ty Szelago, you've got 120 lbs lost? big grat to you!!
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Old 08-29-2011, 06:33 PM   #13
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Looks great TB. Pin presses are killer. Great job.

ty BTB, awesome job yourself!!
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week 6
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paused SSB squats:210+10x5,5
sumo speed pulls:275x5,5
db 1 arm swings:90+5x10,10 (each arm, 40 total)
asst work


Forgot to add in OP that the meet I'm training for was a push/pull. the SSB is humbling all by itself, throw in a pause, and it brutal! all in all, a great session!! speed pulls felt fantastic! will get some vids up when I have enough posts
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Great stuff in here!!!
What is an SSB squat?
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What is an SSB squat?
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SSB is a safety squat bar, it moves the weight more in front of you much like a front squat, it also has handles that come over your traps. it helps prevent the elbow and shoulder stain one can get from straight bar squats. it even balances on your shoulders while you hold on to the uprights on the power rack.
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Tue Aug 30
rotator work/DC stretches
comp bench index on rings:235x4,4 w/wraps and belt
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Looking good! What sort of rotator stuff do you do?
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