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Old 01-10-2013, 09:19 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by MikeM View Post
I like your new realistic personal goals.

I remember someone "borrowed" the only dip belt at my old gym. They still hadn't found it by the time I left there.

I found my hips and little muscles were a hell of a lot happier with squats after doing some mobility and active stretching stuff.

Nice progress, keep on trucking.
Thanks!

You have some rather good numbers yourself!

I think Fazc was right on about the potential of the average guy being able to hit a 500 squat, 350 bench and 550 DL. My gyms bests are ~355 squat, 250 bench and 405 DL. This year will be recapturing those numbers...next year will be setting new PRs!

I have my own DBs but was just getting into a groove for the light workout. The heavy workouts are outdoors in the garage since most gyms don't have the equipment I need. Let's see if the DBs appear by next Tuesday.

You're right, a good warm up really makes a difference. First time I only did goblet squats (with a press). This time I added a light BB squat set and it made all the difference.

Thanks for the encouragement!
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