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Old 02-06-2008, 07:17 AM   #81
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i took some vids last workout...

Squat Set 1: 245 x 5:


Squat Set 5: 185 x 8:


Squat Set 7: 135 x 5:


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Old 02-08-2008, 07:29 PM   #82
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Bench Press Day
Cycle 5


Overall Impression:
weather is awesome today....70-81F. i love this. been carrying a stop watch to the gym off late
The Workout:
Bench Press
- speed-strength work @ 75% of 1RM with 155 lbs x 2 reps x 6 sets
- Incline Close Grip Bench Press = 165 lbs x 4 reps
strength-speed work was alright. rested 60-70 seconds between sets. Incline CGBP was pretty cool. i just wanted to change things. im bored of flat bench pressing.

Pull-ups
- 8 reps + 7 reps + 5 reps = 20 reps
3 sets to failure all with over 3 minute rest intervals.

Skull Crushers and Bent Arm Pull-overs Superset
- 50 lbs x 5 reps x 5 sets and 50 lbs x 5 reps x 5 sets respectively
slow tempo overall. heavy focus on negatives for the bent arm pull-overs. it was a good workout.

Ab Work
skipped...i was lazy (damnit!)
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Old 02-08-2008, 07:38 PM   #83
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What kind of pullup numbers were you getting before? I can't remember. I know that's a good improvement. You should be able to pull out a 3x8 or so soon.

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the last time i did pull-ups my numbers were:

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Pull-ups = 6 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 = 22 reps


this was to failure and just before i started density training.

i got 22 reps in 5 sets. now i get 20 reps in 3 sets. is that progress???
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Old 02-08-2008, 09:07 PM   #85
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I'd say thats definately progress. Just look at your first 3 sets compared to one another. Your work now is obivously much better. Had you done 2 more sets this last time you did pull ups you would have far out done 22 reps.

Right on man.

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Yeah man thats pretty good progress on the chins

PS what type of shoes are they in the squat vidz?
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I'd say thats definately progress. Just look at your first 3 sets compared to one another. Your work now is obivously much better. Had you done 2 more sets this last time you did pull ups you would have far out done 22 reps.

Right on man.

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thanks, IW i think if i had done 2 more sets i would've reached 30+ reps

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Yeah man thats pretty good progress on the chins

PS what type of shoes are they in the squat vidz?
thanks HIThopper...

the shoes are reebok canvas shoes.
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I think I know the ones you mean, are they similiar to a chuck taylor with the flat soles?
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I think I know the ones you mean, are they similiar to a chuck taylor with the flat soles?

yes. but a lot cheaper
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Really, they're like Chucks? Because chucks are getting a bit expensive for what they are.

Yeah. Great progress on the pullups.
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