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Old 12-17-2011, 06:33 AM   #161
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Old 12-19-2011, 03:57 AM   #162
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thanks mate , yup thats me - took that the other night at my gym when it was quiet. also have a few pictures in my album of the gym i train in for all you nosey kids!

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yup, great work mark!
cheers Tank , looking to push on next week with some new PR's

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Some heavy singles are almost always a good thing, especially if you feel like doing them!! I also like how you SS a pulling movement with squats.Great session there mate
to be honest jim the pull up SS were just throw in off the cuff, hadnt thought about it before but i want to increase my pull up numbers so might do this more often going forward...

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Nice session with the extra singles. Also, glad the foam rolling is helping the back. I know what it is to have a sore back, makes everything harder.
yeah ive had this niggle since august , it just wont shift no matter what i do,

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Great session, love the assistance work sounds fun!

Also how do you like the foam roller? Been thinking of getting one.
send me a PM with your email and ill send you a great PDF file that i found... actually maybe i should send it to Steve so he can put it up for all to see...

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Old 12-19-2011, 04:01 AM   #163
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so was crazy busy towards the end of last week and missed my 4th day ( M.Press)
really annoyed that i didnt get a chance to get in but them are the breaks...

will have to workout in the evenings this week which isnt ideal as its week 3 and I like to try set new PR’s , this will be hard to do when I am changing up the daily routine , but ill carry on regardless and see how the week goes!

Deadlift tonight – I did a PR 2 weeks ago of 160kg , so am after at least 3 singles of this or perhaps a 170kg lift…

As I do these without a belt or chalk im wondering should I start to invest in both or keep going as I am still making progress right now…
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Old 12-19-2011, 09:27 AM   #164
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Chalk would be a definite must have if your gym allows it.

I used my Spud Belt for the first time during deads last Saturday, and I had my greatest session ever. My core still got worked really hard ( I also have big time DOMS in my core as well) and I did not feel any discomfort in my lower back at all, even when I lowered the bar ( I usually feel a little bit of low back discomfort lowering the bar).

I really like my Spud Belt - no breaking in and it works well for me.
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Chalk is a must. I started using a belt when my deadlift was around 180-190kgs. No harm in it at all. Buy a good one though. There is a thread on here that talks about the different types. Oh and if you're looking to bulk like I did, buy big

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Old 12-19-2011, 09:56 AM   #166
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Chalk and a belt are the two best things I've ever bought when it comes to my training. Buy, buy, buy.
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Old 12-19-2011, 12:11 PM   #167
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Don't sweat the missed workout, chalk it up to recovery for your big deadlifts tonight. SFW!
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Chalk would be a definite must have if your gym allows it.

I used my Spud Belt for the first time during deads last Saturday, and I had my greatest session ever. My core still got worked really hard ( I also have big time DOMS in my core as well) and I did not feel any discomfort in my lower back at all, even when I lowered the bar ( I usually feel a little bit of low back discomfort lowering the bar).

I really like my Spud Belt - no breaking in and it works well for me.
thanks Jim - ill look them up..

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Chalk is a must. I started using a belt when my deadlift was around 180-190kgs. No harm in it at all. Buy a good one though. There is a thread on here that talks about the different types. Oh and if you're looking to bulk like I did, buy big

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Don't sweat the missed workout, chalk it up to recovery for your big deadlifts tonight. SFW!
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Old 12-20-2011, 03:27 AM   #169
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5/3/1 Cycle 2 Wk 3
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Deadlift 531
[Goal] Actual
[110x5] 110x5
[120x3] 120x3
[135x1+] 135x2

stop at 2 and onto singles
160x1
160x1
160x1

was almost gonna have a shot at 170 for the last single but common sense took over. considering id only lifted 160 once before tonight i said i should be happy with 3 singles of it tonight, i really feel like i could have a good go at 170 next time around.


Assistance

1.WGPU's: 4 sets of AMAP (10,8,7,6)
2.T-Bar Row: 5 sets of 50 (80kg)
3.Lat Machine : 5 sets of 5 (120kg)

then a bit of the foam roller for good measure.

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i am well happy with the progress on the DL to date , my goal was to pull 180 in the competition next feb and this will be done if i keep this progress up.
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