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Old 11-05-2011, 08:17 PM   #111
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Cheers buddy, I intend to.

Now then, I haven't done this for years but it seems appropriate now... some actual concrete goals:

Bench Press 180kg/396lbs singles
3 Boards 180kg/396lbs triples
Bench Press 160kg/352lbs triples
CGBP with Bands 150kg/330lbs triples

Squat 245kg/540lbs singles
High Box Squat 220kg/484lbs triples
Partial Squat 270kg/594lbs triples

Sumo DL 245kg/540lbs singles
Partial Dead 270kg/594lbs triples
Trap Bar Deficit 220kg/484lbs triples

They're all about 20kg-30kg up from what I established this week. I will eventually move to full gear (shirts/suits) in my training so that will help with achieving these numbers too. I would ideally do them in full gear at around 90kg bodyweight. A healthy timelime seems perhaps 4-6 months.

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Old 11-06-2011, 05:20 AM   #112
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Amazing work going on in here!!

Fazc and Steve, I look forward to seeing you two reach your goals!
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Old 11-06-2011, 06:58 AM   #113
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There is some awesome work going on in here, heavy lifting almost everyday, i like it.
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Old 11-06-2011, 07:03 AM   #114
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Awesome goals Fazc.

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Cheers buddy, I intend to.

Now then, I haven't done this for years but it seems appropriate now... some actual concrete goals:

Bench Press 180kg/396lbs singles
3 Boards 180kg/396lbs triples
Bench Press 160kg/352lbs triples
CGBP with Bands 150kg/330lbs triples

Squat 245kg/540lbs singles
High Box Squat 220kg/484lbs triples
Partial Squat 270kg/594lbs triples

Sumo DL 245kg/540lbs singles
Partial Dead 270kg/594lbs triples
Trap Bar Deficit 220kg/484lbs triples

They're all about 20kg-30kg up from what I established this week. I will eventually move to full gear (shirts/suits) in my training so that will help with achieving these numbers too. I would ideally do them in full gear at around 90kg bodyweight. A healthy timelime seems perhaps 4-6 months.
Excellent goals. Hope you make them happen and then some.
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Old 11-06-2011, 10:43 AM   #116
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November 6th, 2011

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Workout Grade: D+

Quads and ankles were a bit tender from my last squats (w/chains) session, but I was strong. The reps with 455 went up fairly easily.

Deadlifts were another story. My right knee was not feeling good so I shut down my work. I have had this happen before on sumos when I tried to do too much too soon. I think next week I am dropping sumos and sticking with conventionals. Sumos can be beneficial, but I need to invest time when the time is right - if that makes sense.

My daughter and nephew worked out with me today. They did great and I am very proud of them.

Squats
145 x 5
235 x 3
325 x 1
375 x 1

455 x 1
455 x 1
455 x 1
455 x 1
455 x 1

Sumo Deadlifts
Bar x 8
135 x 5
225 x 2
410 x 3
410 x 1 - shut it down
375 x 1
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Nice session Steve. I'm decreasing the frequency with which I pull sumo as well. They're good but they take a while to recover from when they're heavy.

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Nice session Steve. I'm decreasing the frequency with which I pull sumo as well. They're good but they take a while to recover from when they're heavy.

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I have some weakness that is exposed by sumos. Perhaps they are best worked on deload weeks with light weight.
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Sumos hit the small muscles in my hips and abductors hard. The bigger muscles recover quickly but they don't.

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Old 11-06-2011, 11:35 AM   #120
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Fazc - Awesome goal @90 kg!!

BtB - Great workout and fun to get the family to join in! Get that knee rested and recovered!
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