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Old 10-20-2007, 07:54 PM
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well, football's over monday (no playoffs) and ill be taking the rest of this week off to let my joints heal up a bit. this offseason ill be doing a more football specific routine with my coach (the 55 year old who benches over 400). after seeing how well my buddies did i cant not. however i will be forcing myself to do cardio and sprints, becasue those were 2 areas that killed me this year. and i want to be able to be a 2 way starter next season. i tested my bench max friday and i went down to 235. but for 3 months of not lifting i think thats pretty good. i cant wait to get back to lifting regularly, i sleep so much better when i do.
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Old 10-20-2007, 08:06 PM
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It's funny how you can lift a decent amount of weight after taking a few months off. I've had several friends that were the same way. It's the endurance that leaves the fastest. That's awesome though...you're going to be moving up fast.

Keep us posted... I'm looking forward to hearing about it.
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Old 10-29-2007, 06:25 PM
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today was my first real day of lifting. weights didn't go down as much as i expected (if you look at my old journal).

bench: 15x5 at 175
lat pulldown: 5x10 at 130
tricep extentions: 5x10 with a 50

todays running
1 mile jog: 9:32 minutes
30 minute walk: 3.6 mph

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Old 10-30-2007, 04:41 PM
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what i did today
seated dumbell overhead presses: 5x10 with 25's
isolation curls: 3x7 with 25's 2x8 with 20's
wrist curls: 5x25 with 25's
one handed snatches: 5x10 with a 50
one legged strait legged deadlift: 5x10 at 70
military press: 5x5 at 115

todays running
1/4 mile warm-up
20 yard sprints: 10
40 yard sprints: 10
30 yard sprints: 5
10 yard pulling drill: 20 (10 left 10 right)

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Old 10-31-2007, 03:53 PM
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third day in a row of lifting, my legs are junk from yesterday and now today but im still excited for squats tommorow.

dumbell bench: 5x10 with 65's 5x10 with 55's
deadlift: 5x5 at 245

todays running
1 mile jog (untimed)
25 minutes on stationary bike
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Old 10-31-2007, 07:12 PM
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i was just wondering, is this lifting program something that your coach borrowed from another school or college, or is it something that he came up with on his own?
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Old 11-01-2007, 06:34 PM
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we postponed squats till tommorow becasue no one can walk right right now. its something he came up with over the past 20 some odd years of being a DB/strength coach in the south. i was wondering what you guys think about me trying out wrestling. will the potential slow of the strength gain be worth what id get outa doing it? my coaches want us to do wrestling but i wanted to see what you think to. here's what i did today

seated dumbell overhead presses: 5x10 with 30's
isolation curls: 3x7 with 25's 2x8 with 20's
wrist curls: 5x25 with 30's
powercleans: 5x10 at 115
powershrugs: 5x10 at 155

todays running
1/4 mile warm-up
30 yard sprints: 5
20 yard "poor mans parachute" sprints: 10
20 yard "firemans carry": 5
we ran late so we didn't go inside and do any biking/tredmill stuff.
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Old 11-02-2007, 02:15 PM
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horray its friday!
bench (pyramids): 1x10 at 135, 1x10 at 145, 1x7 at 155, 1x6 at 165, 1x6 at 175, 1x5 at 185, 1x4 at 195, 1x4 at 205, 1x2 at 215, 1x0 at 225
squats: 10x10 at 135
bent over rows: 10x10 at 95

todays running
stairmaster: 12 minutes
stationary bike: 28 minutes
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Old 11-06-2007, 04:28 PM
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i didn't lift yesterday or today becasue i got my widsom teeth out yesterday.
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Old 11-06-2007, 06:22 PM
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Good luck with that. Hopefully you'll be one of the lucky few that's not phased too badly. Although I suppose you'll have to take a little while off to keep from breaking open the wounds. Hope you have a quick recovery
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