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Old 03-03-2014, 09:06 PM   #411
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Looking good in here!

With regards to training, I assume you don't have a car, right?
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Looking good in here!

With regards to training, I assume you don't have a car, right?
Negatory lol. But I can walk/metro/bike pretty much anywhere I need to!
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3/3: DL + accessory in Denver PM
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410x5; +5lbs and - 1 rep
380x7
355x9
335x10
Added weight to leg press; cable row; leg curl; cable curls
Added distance to DB Farmers Walk

3/4: Fasted Cardio in Denver AM
Elliptical:50:35min; 3.11 miles; 712 cals

Lateral Raise:8lbs x 2 sets x 20 reps
Hammer Curl: 30lbs x 12 reps each
Goblet Squat: 50lbs x 20 reps
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Old 03-05-2014, 05:17 PM   #414
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Random though on using the Drop5 Method, and increasing frequency with which main lifts are performed:

Drop5 Variation Routine (NOT CURRENTLY PERFORMING IT THIS WAY, but my mind was wandering lol)

D1:
Deadlift Drop5 Method
High Bar Squat: 5x10 @ 50% of Low Bar Working weight
Stiff Leg Deadlifts: 50 in 5 (bulldozer)
Leg Extensions: 50 in 5 (bulldozer)
Calves: 50 in 5 (bulldozer)

D2:
Seated OHP Drop5 Method
Flat Bench: 5 x 10 @ 50%
Pull-ups/Lat Pull Downs: 70 reps in 7 sets (bulldozer)
Incline DB/BB: 40 in 5 (bulldozer)
Dips: 3x AMRAP
Curls: 50 in 5 (bulldozer)

D3:
Low Bar SQ Drop5 Method
Deadlift: 5x10 @ 50% -> convetional? sumo? snatch grip? Now I'm thinking deficit deads (standing 2 plates high)
Leg Press: 50 in 5 (bulldozer)
Leg Curls: 60 in 5 (bulldozer)
Farmers Walk/Abs

D4:
BP Drop5 Method
Seated OHP: 5x10 @ 50%
Pendlay Row: 40 reps in 5 sets (bulldozer)
CGBP: 40 in 5 (bulldozer)
Curls: 50 in 5 (bulldozer)


Thoughts? It's def not set in stone, but it looks pretty fun...
* I'd like to throw in Cable Rows, Lateral Raises, and Rear Delt work somewhere :P
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Really nice deadlift session you had.

Volume will be no problem on that other program!
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Really nice deadlift session you had.

Volume will be no problem on that other program!
Thanks brother! I'm thinking the 5x10 work will help to ingrain form on the big lifts. Kind of a Drop5 and 5/3/1 Big But Boring Combination lol
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Old 03-06-2014, 10:25 AM   #417
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3/5:
*Seated OHP
135x6 -> +5lbs; increase to 140lbs
125x6
120x7
100x11; woops! screwed up on my math and should have been 110 lol
*Added reps to incline DB, BHTNP, tricep pushdown, lateral raise
*Added weight to lat pull down
*1 rep decrease in Pull-ups

3/6:
*Low Bar SQ
275x6 -> +5lbs; increase to 280

260x8

245x10

230x10
Thoughts: Squats went well but as you can see in the videos, I really need to work on keeping my upper body tight and upright during my low bar squat sets. Ideas?

*High Bar SQ: 165 x 4 x 10 (50% of working 1RM for low bar SQ)
*SLDL: 43 reps in 5 sets -> rep decrease but I added SQ volume beforehand
*Seated Leg Extension: 140 x 59 in 7 sets -> +2 reps
*Standing Calf Raise: 195 x 63 reps in 7 sets-> +5lbs
*HLR: bw x 10, 10, 7, 7, 7 (hard exhale before each rep)
*BB Curl: 60x15
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What's your waist size? If you have a smallish waist, you can try out my belt when we train next week. Wearing a belt on my heavy sets made a world of difference in keeping my torso upright.
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Indeed, correcting the lean is still a work in progress. I expressed my ideas how to fix it last time. It seems to me your leaning right from the start. Once my knees are locked and I am fully upright after unracking, I basically just sit down into the squat as I spread my knees, focusing on a spot on the wall which helps to stay tight and upright. Also, pull the bar into your shoulders. I do all of my squats high bar.

Other than that, not sure what to tell you. perhaps PM JB or Steve for some additional thoughts. You fixed your deadlift, so no reason to think you cant fix your squat.
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Solid overhead lifting LD! Deadlifts from the other day are strong aswell..
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