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Old 02-18-2013, 03:15 PM   #25
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With a 220 Front Squat, I think you can do much more on the leg press! Keep WORKIN HARD brother!


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Originally Posted by oli View Post
actually surprised i can feel the caffeine working..

2/15 workout:

Legs

front squats: 220x5x5
good mornings: 90x2x10
legpress: 450x3x8, 270x15
calf raise on legpress: 270x2x25
seated calf raise:70x20, 120x20

Prob wasn't the best idea to do a leg workout after walking around the SD Zoo for about 4 hours, but did it anyway. This time around, I was actually fatigued during my rest periods,
[ was also doing 2 min rests because gym was closing soon ] but not during my work sets. I found myself (surprisingly) getting those squats up easier than I expected. I plan on moving my legpress weight up to 500lbs as they don't challenge me as they used to. By "not challenge," i mean that my legs aren't shaking like they used to.
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