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Old 03-03-2013, 05:26 PM   #1
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Default George Peppard's HAUNTED training log

Today's George Peppard fact: George was raised by a pack of feral Bassett Hounds. In his early screen roles, George was not speaking his lines, but barking them in a manner that was suggestive of speech.

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I've not really done very much training since last August. My job's been taking over my life, and a couple of injuries have limited what I can do when I'm in the gym. I have some bone nodules floating around in my elbow, symptoms of degenerative arthritis, and I have what I think is a rotator cuff tear. I picked up the latter doing DB laterals - I was doing them to avoid over-stressing my elbow!

Anyway, though the weights will be light and the training infrequent (and far from serious), I'll have a go at logging again.

Sunday

Bent over rows

60 (132) X 10
80 (176) X 10
90 (200) X 8
95 (210 X 6

Stiff-legged deadlifts

60 (132) X 5
110 (242) X 5
140 (308) X 5
140 (308) X 5
140 (308) X 5

Standing DB press

12 (26) X 12
14 (40) X 12
16 (40) X 12
18 (40) X 12

Really pleased with those DB presses as those are the first I've been able to do (with over 10kg) without my shoulder/rotator cuff playing up. If I can stop myself from going mad on these, it may be a sign that it's recovering.

A year ago, I was stiff-legged deadlifting 308 X 16, if I remember correctly. Ah well.
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