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Old 10-04-2008, 08:37 PM   #901
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VERY nice pressin there Wolfy, great PR.
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Old 10-04-2008, 09:07 PM   #902
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VERY nice pressin there Wolfy, great PR.

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good shit man.

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That looks heavy. Good lift. You're passing me again on all the major compound lifts. You've been getting a lot stronger. Aside from you putting in that good work, it says a lot for the program. Keep it up!


Thanks guys

Yes, MS has been an awesome program
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Old 10-05-2008, 11:05 AM   #903
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Wow, thats awesome man. Way to stick in there and grind it out.


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Old 10-05-2008, 02:07 PM   #904
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Beginning Thoughts:
I decided to just nail this day. Box Squats, Pull-ups, Deadlifts and Broad Jump. After today I am done with MS.
Workout:
Box Squats
- 345 lbs x 1 rep

Deadlifts
- 355 lbs x 1 rep - pretty hard
- 365 lbs x 1 rep - hard
- 385 lbs x FAIL x 3 attempts

Pull-ups
- +10 lbs x 3 reps
- +15 lbs x 3 reps

Broad Jump
- 6'3
- 6'6
- 6'7
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Box Squat and Pull-ups:
Overall Impression:
So today was sort of saddening and yet pleasing. Here are my overall gains from MS compared to 4 months ago.

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                            4 Months Ago                        Maximum Strength
Body Weight               175 lbs                                  195 lbs
Deadlift                      365 lbs                                  365 lbs
Box Squat                   315 lbs                                  345 lbs
Military Press               160 lbs                                   175 lbs
Pull-up 3RM                 +25 lbs                                   +15 lbs
Broad Jump                   6'5                                             6'7
Since my DL showed no improvement, I am going to work on getting the bar off the floor. Doing all those rack deadlifts with 365 lbs didn't help much when I couldn't even clean the bar off the floor. I will be doing Deficit Deadlifts and Snatch Grip Deadlifts from now on.

My next program is 90% finalized. I will be posting it when I fully confident that this is what I am going to be doing.

As for the rest of this week: I am just gonna do some random work. I will be doing some light(er) lower body work and more aggressive upper body work.

I hope everyone has a good week

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Old 10-05-2008, 04:33 PM   #905
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Nice work. I feel that unless I'm adding chains or something to rack pulls, it's doesn't help me beyond teaching me how to strain more when I go back to another form of deadlift.

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Old 10-05-2008, 04:38 PM   #906
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Nice work. I feel that unless I'm adding chains or something to rack pulls, it's doesn't help me beyond teaching me how to strain more when I go back to another form of deadlift.
Thanks a lot for dropping by, DH

I know what you mean...I did rack pulls with 350+ for multiple sets of 5 over 4 weeks, I even did Snatch Grip Deads with 275 for 5's....

I would actually invest in some bands. Chains I don't think I can afford or find the place to store right now. But I saw the monster mini's at EFS are cheap. I just don't know what band I should get.

What would you suggest, D?
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Old 10-05-2008, 04:46 PM   #907
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What happened to the plan?
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What happened to the plan?
What plan? Just box Squats for today? I was gonna do that but then I thought perhaps what you said might work for me might actually work for me and I did deads too. I did hit 365 again. And then I failed at 385. I couldn't get it off the floor. Other than that I had increases in everything, E.

Deadlift: 0 lbs increase
Box Squat: 30 lbs increase
Military Press: 15 lbs increase
Broad Jump: 2 inch increase
Pull-up (with BW included): 10 lbs increase
Body Weight: 20 lbs increase

What do you suggest I do, sir? Take some time off and try Deadlifts again on Wednesday?
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Old 10-05-2008, 05:03 PM   #909
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I would try DLs again on another day that you haven't done squats first. I think you've got 385lbs in the bag.

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Old 10-05-2008, 05:09 PM   #910
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I would try DLs again on another day that you haven't done squats first. I think you've got 385lbs in the bag.

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