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Old 12-15-2013, 06:45 PM   #296
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Originally Posted by WilldBill88 View Post
Thanks guys! Some friends invited me out to the bar last night, ended up going out but, stayed sober, didnt wanna train hung-over again

Sunday, December 15th. 2013
Week 3

Deadlift
135x5
155x5
175x5
195x5
205x3
225x1
240x5

Deficit Pulls
135x5
175x5
185x5 PR

GHR's
3x8 w/ 35lb plate

Seated Cable Rows
50x10
60x10
70x10
70x10

Ab Pull Downs
3x10x50

Wanted to throw in some chin-ups or shrugs but, after deadlifting I was pretty beat.
Just being awake is hard enough with a hangover. I have no idea how you pulled off a workout with a hangover. I'm sure this one felt much better sober, lol. Either way, great work on both. Training with a hangover? Now THAT'S dedication.
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Gym pr's- bench 330, DL 405, squat 450
Meet pr's- bench 350, dl 425, squat tbd
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