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Old 11-04-2009, 08:08 PM   #701
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Nov 4th

Bench 225x5 , 250 x 3 , 280x1 +4 ( 5 total)
Last 2 reps I lost my form , wrists started to break and my elbows started to flare out a bit.

Incline Press 3x8 " 225
Dips
Hammer Curls
One Arm DB Tri Extensions

My cardio has taken a shit kickin with this illness.

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Old 11-04-2009, 09:21 PM   #702
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I don't really understand the way you write out your sets.

What does "280lb x 1 +4" mean exactly?

Very strong work nonetheless.

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Old 11-05-2009, 07:09 AM   #703
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one the last set of the day in the 5/3/1 program, you go for as many reps as you can. he was slated to hit 1 rep in his last set, so he did that, and got 4 extra in.


whatever i had two weeks ago really f'ed with my lungs....had to get some prednisone to get them cleaned out. was only really sick feeling for two days, but kept coughing for over 2 weeks. sucked. i feel your pain

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Ah ic. Well thanks for the clarification. Seems your lifting far too little weight if thats the case?

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go download the 5/3/1 manual and read it then you will understand.
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Pity gave a good explanation as to my last set. I did a total of 5 reps at 280.

You should dl the program and read it because it is a great read , but basically you get your max rep , take 90% of that and work down from there so in reality i should be at my 1RM in about 4 or 5 cycles ( I will be starting my 3 cycle of this next week sometime.)
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glad to hear you made it , Pity.

This is my second phase of this shitty illness , but it's getting a lot better.
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i think what helped most was just eating as much as i could, drinking an ass ton of water...and getting like 8 antioxidants a day good luck sir.
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I should mention how fucking sore I am. One week of being sick and taking time off has done a toll on my body.

This is my second day off in a row and I think I will just go for a walk because I'm to sore to deadlift today hopefully I'll be alright to sneak away tomorrow and do it.
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I did the same thing Pity.
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