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Old 11-18-2013, 04:28 PM   #91
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Great stuff. Nice volume once again. Good to see the dips are heavy, that's a real man's exercise.
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Old 11-19-2013, 12:27 AM   #92
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Monday 18th Nov 2013

Bench Press
20kg-44lbs 1x5
40kg-88lbs 1x5
60kg-132lbs 1x5
80kg-176lbs 1x3
97.5kg-214lbs 3x5

Incline DB Press
36kg-79lbs 2x8 1x6

Dips
Bw+20kg-44lbs 3x10

DB Flys
13.5kg-30lbs
1x40 Incline
1x40 Flat

PinWheel curls
20kg-44lbs 2x5
36kg-79lbs 2x5

Standing Barbell Curl
45kg-99lbs 3x10

Ez Bar Preacher Curl
25kg-55lbs
Wide grip 1x40
Close grip 1x40

Good session, no issues.
Strong work MM! Thanks for converting the lame kilos, dumb folks like me appreciate that ! Looking forward to your power shrugs !
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Old 11-19-2013, 08:49 AM   #93
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are you still cycling to and from the gym?
Yeah mate, just on bench and ohp days though.

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Great stuff. Nice volume once again. Good to see the dips are heavy, that's a real man's exercise.
Thanks, was very happy with the dips, didnt think id hit all 3x10

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Strong work MM! Thanks for converting the lame kilos, dumb folks like me appreciate that ! Looking forward to your power shrugs !
Thanks mate, id never used lbs till i started this log, its made me more aware of what everyone else is lifting now though.
Power shrugs on friday
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Old 11-19-2013, 08:51 AM   #94
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Tuesday 19th Nov 2013

Squat
20kg-44lbs 1x5
60kg-132lbs 1x5
100kg-220lbs 1x5
140kg-308lbs 1x3
Wraps and Belt on.
180kg-396lbs 3x5
Dropped 5kg off last week as i wasnt happy with it, go for 185kg again next week, felt alot better depth wise today.

Walking Lunge
44kg-97lbs 3x12 steps each leg

Front Squat
110kg-242lbs 3x8

Squat
105kg-231lbs 1x20

Stiff Leg Deadlift
150kg-330lbs 2x5

Seated Leg Curl
61kg-135lbs 3x10

Lying Leg Curl
36kg-80lbs1x40

Good session, squat felt alot better this week even though its slightly under 400lbs again haha, increase again next week.
Wasnt happy with stiff leg deadlifts, i always seem to feel them alot more in my lower back than my hamstrings, whenever iv done good mornings, they seem to hit my hamstrings alot better so was thinking i might switch sld for good mornings?? any feedback on that?
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Old 11-19-2013, 09:04 AM   #95
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Strong squats MM! Beating up those legs! Hesitant to give advice on the gm's and sldl's, but maybe post of vid of you doing them, possibly a form issue? I'm sure someone smarter can chime in !
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Old 11-19-2013, 09:44 AM   #96
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Old 11-19-2013, 10:01 AM   #97
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Another killer session, Monk. Whatever you're doing (food-wise, etc.), keep doing it!

No idea on SLDL vs. GM. Never have tried a good morning in the first place.
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Thanks mate, just doesn't seem to be hitting my hams as much as I want.
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