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Old 09-16-2008, 06:38 AM   #481
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Thanks for stoppin in Hits. One arm at a time DB presses eh... I guess you could get some core stability work out of it that way.

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Old 09-16-2008, 08:00 PM   #482
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Tuesday Sept 17th/2008 - Lower 1

Deload day #2.

Deads
-60kg x 5
-80kg x 5
-100kg x 5
-120kg 2x5 (reg stance) 1x5,1x3(sumo-ish style)

Just messing around and keeping it on the light side.

High Box Front Squats

-bar x 5
-95lbs x 5
-115lbs x 5
-135lbs x 5 (up till now done without thebox --> warmup)

-135lbs 6x3 (w/light bands done DE style)

Well we didn't have very heavy bandsbut I wanted to try it out. It was actually those bands with handles that you would use for shouldr re/prehab etc. Was pretty cool to try this out.

Planks
front plank - 1:00 min
side plank - 45s each
front plank - 1:00min
side plank - 45s each

Oblique Work - Cable Twist
3x10 - 40lbs, 50lbs, 50lbs

Shoulder Re/Prehab
I threw some sets of flat bench and m press with just the bar throughout the workout. Also did some light DB front raises, standing flys, and chest support flys (maybe not what they are called). These were thrown in between all the exerciseses when I was waiting anywys.

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Well it feels good to just mess around at the gym a bit. I'm sure this deload will be great for my performance in the end.

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Old 09-17-2008, 06:33 AM   #483
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Well just thought I would report that my shoulder is feeling good and its my day off of lifting today. Not too sure what I'll do tonight! I'm lost without the gym! haha.

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Old 09-17-2008, 07:10 AM   #484
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Glad to hear your shoulder is feeling better. Haha if I were you and had some free time, then I would just cook good food and eat for the entire evening.

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Old 09-17-2008, 07:13 AM   #485
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Oh I'm sure I'll eat.... I dont' know if I'll be able to hold back from the good food that isn't so good for you though! lol

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Old 09-18-2008, 07:41 PM   #486
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Thursday Sept 18th/2008 - Upper 2

Deload Workout #3

DB MP
-22.5lbs x 8
-30lbs x 5
-35lbs x 5
-40lbs x 5
-45lbs x 5 (form kinda sucked)
-40lbs 2x5

Felt just fine. Shoulder is still popping though.

DE Bench
-bar x 8
-95lbs x 5
-115lbs 6x3 close grip
-35lb DBs x 8

It felt tight today. It didn't hurt but it didn't particularily feel good. I dunno. Hope I didn't hurt it more.

Goodmornings off Pins
bar x 5
95lbs x 5
115lbs x 5
135lbs 3x3

Well I'm supposed to do squats tomorrow so I kept the volume and intensity very low. We're going to have to do some rethinking on the order of our workout days/exercises.


Cable Crunches
120bls x 10
150lbs x 10
170lbs x 10
200lbs x 7

Did the stack today. Cool... I guess. lol

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I am sorry for my typing. My keyboard is acting up and ommiting alot of letters if I dont' press hard enough.

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Old 09-19-2008, 07:06 AM   #487
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lemme find you a link. might help a little with the db shoulder popping
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Well my shoulder feels fine today. I think I might be a little bit paranoid now when I'm at the gym. Overeacting to any feelings I get... ugh.

I would like to see whatever you got for me there Pity.

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http://www.bodybuilding.net/training...s-11707-2.html


not sure if you do this already...but it's worth a shot. i've got fairly noisy shoulders...and doing the presses this way eliminated the noises....and/or the things that were minutely painful. eric is a smart dude

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So are you suggesting I do partial reps? Or are you suggesting bring my elbows forward 30 degrees or so? Or both?

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