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  • 5 mile run, followed by 60 mins of yoga. Perfect mood booster. Makes you feel on top of the world!

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    • 5/3/1 cycle 10 week 2 (3/3/3 Week) Workout A (Squat/Bench)

      5/3/1 programmed exercises (3/3/3 week):
      • Squats 180x3 205x3 230x5 BBB 180x5x5
      • Bench 150x3 170x3 190x5 BBB 150x8x5

      Other programmed exercises:
      • Barbell incline presses 115x8x5

      Other stuff:
      • Kroc-rows 50x10 60x10 70x20
      • Chin-ups
      Last edited by miata; 04-07-2015, 10:12 AM.

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      • Disc golf, then my deload workout at the gym. Then the sauna. Nice easy day!

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        • bench 80kg 5,5,8
          Deadlift 200KG 3,2,1
          Rows, Chins, Curls

          20 Minute Circuits - KB swings, push ups, carries, chins medley.

          Swim and Sauna.
          Only in quiet waters do things mirror themselves undistorted. Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world.

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          • Mr. A: Nice!

            Today I DL'd 345, which is a 9lb PR, and I'm happy. Buuuut...I failed 350 twice and I'm NOT happy about that. I broke the floor with it but just couldn't get it moving and was burnt out. :-/ Should be happy with the 345 but the black cloud of the missed lift is keeping me from fully celebrating.

            I think I'm officially past newbie gainz. Now onto maturity and patience for every single pound.... Sigh....


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            • 500 kbs 44#
              Hour walk


              Wanderin Jack

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              • Sick lifts, eden!

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                • Originally posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
                  Sick lifts, eden!
                  Thanks, my dear!


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                  • Originally posted by edennperez1 View Post
                    Today I DL'd 345, which is a 9lb PR, and I'm happy. Buuuut...I failed 350 twice and I'm NOT happy about that. I broke the floor with it but just couldn't get it moving and was burnt out. :-/ Should be happy with the 345 but the black cloud of the missed lift is keeping me from fully celebrating.

                    I think I'm officially past newbie gainz. Now onto maturity and patience for every single pound.... Sigh....
                    Excellent work on the PR! I bet you could nail 350 in the near future. Doing deadlifts near max is tiring stuff.
                    In matters of style, swim with the current. In matters of principle, stand like a rock.

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                    • Originally posted by edennperez1 View Post
                      Mr. A: Nice!

                      Today I DL'd 345, which is a 9lb PR, and I'm happy. Buuuut...I failed 350 twice and I'm NOT happy about that. I broke the floor with it but just couldn't get it moving and was burnt out. :-/ Should be happy with the 345 but the black cloud of the missed lift is keeping me from fully celebrating.


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                      PR's don't just happen at your phase of development, eden. They're earned through tons of hard work, and even that's not a guarantee any more.

                      Of course a 14 lb PR is better than a 9, but it's still a huge milestone when you look at the big picture. Awesome work, and in the words of the great philosopher Miley Cyrus*, "never stop grinding."

                      *Pretty sure she never actually said that
                      The Champagne of Beards

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                      • 5/3/1 cycle 10, week 2 (3/3/3 Press/Deadlift)

                        5/3/1 programmed exercises (3/3/3):

                        • Overhead press 105x3 120x2 135x3: BBB: 105x5x5
                        • Dead lift 255x3 290x3 325x8

                        Other

                        • Warm-up/recovery squats 170x5x3
                        • RDLs as part of dead lift warm-ups
                        • 3 sets of Arnold presses between dead lifts
                        • Chin-ups
                        • Dumbbell incline press drop-sets

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                        • Back on track:
                          Squat: 345 x 7, 345 x 6, 315 x 8
                          Press: 160 x 4, 4, 3, 150 x 4, 135 x 4
                          Snatch-grip DL: 335 x 7 x 2
                          The Champagne of Beards

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                          • Originally posted by RichMahogany View Post
                            Back on track:
                            Squat: 345 x 7, 345 x 6, 315 x 8
                            Press: 160 x 4, 4, 3, 150 x 4, 135 x 4
                            Snatch-grip DL: 335 x 7 x 2
                            Feelin good?


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                            • Originally posted by RichMahogany View Post
                              PR's don't just happen at your phase of development, eden. They're earned through tons of hard work, and even that's not a guarantee any more.

                              Of course a 14 lb PR is better than a 9, but it's still a huge milestone when you look at the big picture. Awesome work, and in the words of the great philosopher Miley Cyrus*, "never stop grinding."

                              *Pretty sure she never actually said that
                              Thanks for the encouragement!! That quote was awesome! I need a t-shirt that says it for sure!


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                              • BBS Day 3 - Shoulder Flies, Biceps Curls, Overhead Presses, Triceps Extensions, Knee Tucks
                                TWT = 12m 12s.
                                “If you want to build a ship, don't drum up people together to collect wood and don't assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea” -- Antoine de Saint-Exupery

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