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Lifting for The Game They Play in Heaven (Third Log of Richmond)

Discussion in 'Training Logs' started by Richmond_Hrvat, Apr 9, 2008.

  1. Richmond_Hrvat Seauxthern Dead

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    Pressing

    Strict Overhead
    45x5
    135x3
    175x3
    205x1 (PR +5lbs)
    215x0 (miss)
    210x1 (PR +10lbs)

    Bench
    135x5
    225x7
    225x7 (PR +1 set) nice after overhead PR...

    Scap Pullups
    BW x10
    +10lbs x10
    +35lbs x10

    Supersetted with Blue Band Face Pulls
    x10
    x10
    x15

    1Arm DB Rows
    40lbsx10
    40lbsx10
    40lbsx10

    Supersetted with Red Band Trap 3s
    x15
    x15
    x15

    Barbell Situps
    45x5
    65x5

    Dumbbell Cradle Situps
    40x20
     
  2. miaou barely keeping it together

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    Awesome PR!! (you fucker) :)

    Looks like you're well on track for your special "birthday present"!

    Just so you know, I'm coming after your numbers. It might take me a couple of years and a shoulder surgery or two... but ya'd better beware!!


    Interesting piece of information. Thanks for that.
     
  3. omgz nice PRs. Especially the SOHP. I failed big time on 205 the other day.
     
  4. Richmond_Hrvat Seauxthern Dead

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    Tanks breauxz.

    I'ma work with 195 now till I can get it for 6 or 7, work dem triceratops then go for 225.
     
  5. Richmond_Hrvat Seauxthern Dead

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    Lifts of my trainees:

    C: 5'11", 170lbs
    Bench: 135x7
    Full Clean: 165
    Front Squat: 155x17

    Training time: 2 months. Issues: weak pressing, intense manual labor job.

    J: 6'7", 170lbs
    Bench: 90x1, 65x12
    Box Squat: 135x2

    Training time: 1 month. Issues: very poor flexibility, shaky form, unused to eating much at all.

    Z: 6'2" 195lbs
    Bench: 135x5

    Training time: one day. Issues: none. He's a natural and I'm excited about him.
     
  6. Richmond_Hrvat Seauxthern Dead

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    Kettelbell Leg Extensions
    16kg x 10
    16kg x 15

    I feel very good about these in terms of my knee healing. I did them from about 80 degrees of flexion, which is as far as I could lower the freeweight. I think ART is going to help my knee heal better.
     
  7. CJK White Belt

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    Big lulz
     
  8. CJK White Belt

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    Only if your form and mental cues are off.
     
  9. Richmond_Hrvat Seauxthern Dead

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    Who is this "newbie" in my log talking smack on my serratus posterior superior inferiority complex chain?
     
  10. CJK White Belt

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    Actually I was talking smack in MY log, dear Nikoli.
     
  11. Richmond_Hrvat Seauxthern Dead

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    Dual log would really make sense for us. 2010 Team No Comp In Particular.
     
  12. CJK White Belt

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    Make it happen, I'll post.
     
  13. Richmond_Hrvat Seauxthern Dead

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    This log is now officially over.
     
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    If the bar stops moving when you are pressing it in a straight line, you only have two choices -- flare or bail on the weight. If the bar stalls out well before lockout and you are forced into this scenario obviously your triceps are weak. I think this is not a technical issue at all.

    Louie Simmons writes about this in his book.

    In the bench shirt I would agree about timing the flare of the elbows but this is due to the low groove of the shirt and the tendency of the bar to fall out of line with the elbows as it comes back to the rack.
     
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