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Old 01-16-2013, 10:45 AM   #1271
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I also really like paused squats - awesome sesh there Alan!
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:21 PM   #1272
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You start to feel that lower back during the squats, or just residual fatigue from deadlift day?
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Old 01-17-2013, 09:55 AM   #1273
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Nice work Al! How'd that knee like those paused squats? Good I hope!!
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KD the knee was ok after the paused squats , don’t do them very often but said id throw them in on the light day for a change

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You start to feel that lower back during the squats, or just residual fatigue from deadlift day?
Just some fatigue from deadlift day – which funny enough was gone by the end of todays session
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Old 01-17-2013, 09:58 AM   #1274
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Personally, I think other than actually squatting, front squats and pause squats are the best squat builders. Raw, of course. Glad they work without any knee troubles.
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Thursday 17 Jan. 2013

Rack Pull – just below the knee
185kg x 3
185kg x 3
185kg x 3
185kg x 3
185kg x 3

Power Shrug -just above the knee
105kg x 3
135kg x 3
145kg x 3
170kg x 3

Pull Ups
BW x 8
BW x 6
BW x 5
BW x 5
BW x 4

Weighted Side Bends
25kg plate x 15 - 4 sets


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Weights went well today , unfortunately might need to find a new gym.
Apparently the one I train in now is not powerlifter friendly anymore…..
Not good.
Maybe a home gym is on the cards….will need to consult the boss ( i.e the wife)
We will see…
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Old 01-17-2013, 10:11 AM   #1276
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Nice sessions. I'm a fan of pause squats, help staying tight and teaches you to grind through that rough patch.

Nice volume on the pulls and fingers crossed with the home gym.
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Old 01-17-2013, 10:42 AM   #1277
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What's the deal with gyms these days? Brute had an issue where management did not want him to deadlift due to the noise. At any rate, I hope you can sort it out Alan. When I built the JimGym, the monthly payments were less than my old gym membership, so in asense it paid for itself after 4 years. It's also funny how the Crew gym has better equipemnt than a commercial gym and it costs way less. It's used by sports teams, personal trainers, and the Crew. There is not even a sign outside the warehouse it is located in. Maybe you can find somethiong similar in your area.

Nice looking session there as well!
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Rack Pull – just below the knee
185kg x 3 185kg x 3 185kg x 3 185kg x 3 185kg x 3

Power Shrug -just above the knee
105kg x 3 135kg x 3 145kg x 3 170kg x 3

Pull Ups
BW x 8 BW x 6 BW x 5 BW x 5 BW x 4
Strong session Alan ... Very very strong numbers ... keep pushing your limits brother ...

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Weights went well today , unfortunately might need to find a new gym.
Apparently the one I train in now is not powerlifter friendly anymore…..
Not good. Maybe a home gym is on the cards….will need to consult the boss ( i.e the wife)
We will see…
Hopefully Boss agrees to you ... These commercial gyms sucks ... I got thrown out from my last gym for reason that Me and my partner lift too much wts. and others get intimated by that WTF ... I do hope that this get sorted out sooner ...
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