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Old 06-21-2009, 07:12 AM
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Deadlift : 155, 177.25 +0.5
Curl Left Arm : 24, 27 easy
Curl Right Arm : 23, 6x1x25kg
Floor Press Right Arm : 36, 41kg easy

I tested my 1RM on Floor Press yesterday : 42.5 for both arm but the Right Arm was 1kg weaker at the begining of the test (Right Arm trained every day and Left Arm trained 1/2 days). So Daily frequency is superior. I'll continue the test for another month but I'm nearly sure of the results.

DL was relatively easy and I continue to add weight ! Soon I'll DL over 180kg everyday, then 190kg etc.
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Old 06-22-2009, 10:16 AM
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Deadlift : 155, 175.25, 177.5 +0.25
Curl Left Arm : 24, 27.5
Curl Right Arm : 23, 4x1x25kg, 2x1x25.5kg
Floor Press Right Arm : 36, 41kg
Floor Press Left Arm : 36, 41kg

Deadlift was a little bit hard because I did 176.25 first I forgot to load one side with 1.25kg. Now I'll only increase DL every 6 days by 1.25kg. That's enough, 177.5 is challenging, if I continue to increase I'll overtrain.
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Old 06-23-2009, 11:55 AM
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Deadlift : 155, 177.5 easier
Curl Left Arm : 24, 27.5
Curl Right Arm : 23, 3x1x25kg, 3x1x25.5kg
Floor Press Right Arm : 36, 41kg

3 heavy deadlift workouts in a row and I'm fine. I think I'll be able to DL at least 5x per week sometimes 7x...
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Old 06-25-2009, 10:38 AM
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Deadlift : 155, 178
Curl Left Arm : 24, 27.5
Curl Right Arm : 23, 6x1x25.5kg
Floor Press Right Arm : 36, 41kg
Floor Press Left Arm : 36, 41kg too hard I'll continue with 40kg

Maybe I'll train the Floor Press Left Arm everyday too. It seems this frequency is the best for strength gains and for a "neural boost".

Deadlift was not too hard but my back is still not totaly recovered... that's the only problem with my routine. Nearly 3 weeks before I lift >180kg. The real fight will start here. The road to 200kg.
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Old 06-28-2009, 05:04 AM
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Deadlift : 160, 179.5 easy
Curl Left Arm : 25, 28
Curl Right Arm : 23, 6x1x26
Floor Press Right Arm : 36, 41.5kg
Floor Press Left Arm : 36, 40.5 easy I'll go back to 41

I need to sleep more. Today I slept relatively well and my lifts were easier. If I could sleep more everyday it would be easier all the time
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Old 07-05-2009, 07:28 AM
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I train everyday but don't report all workouts. I decided to reduce a little bit the weight on Curl -1kg per arm because I increased too fast and would overtrain. Floor press continues at 41kg per arm. AND the Deadlift is back from 180kg to 145kg. I deadlifted with a rounded back and it was too much for the spine and the muscles of the back. I couldn't continue to lift with a rounded back. It's why I decided to lift with a Straight Back but I had to lower the weight by ~30kg. Psychologicaly it's difficult to accept such a regression but I know it's better for me. Once a while I'll do an heavy single with a rounded back but all the training with be done with a Straight Back and thus a much lighter load. There is no way I can lift as heavy with a Straight versus Rounded back. The distance/leverages aren't the same.

Deadlift : 130, 145
Curl Left Arm : 24, 27
Curl Right Arm : 22, 25
Floor Press Right Arm : 36, 41
Floor Press Left Arm : 36, 41
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Old 07-05-2009, 01:47 PM
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why would you ever deadlift with a rounded back.
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Old 07-05-2009, 02:51 PM
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Because he's an idiot.

He's pretending to carry out an experiment. The only constant in what he's doing is that everything is done incorrectly. Whatever he does gather will mean exactly nothing since he hasn't followed a proper, strict, methodology. Hopefully no new people look at this log seriously. I wish he would just quit posting on the site.
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Old 07-05-2009, 04:01 PM
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i found kinryoku on youtube:

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HA-HA-HA !! That's the funniest thing I've seen in awhile.
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