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JackRevansIcon...22-08-2011 @ 12:50 
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pretty good session today.

bench:
bar x 5
40kg x 5
60kg x 5
70kg x 5 was well quick i was pleased
82.5kg x 5 PB, slow and hard though

i still havnt got the hang of using leg drive yet

single arm DB press (to impress the lads):
bar (dont know how much it weighs, il assume about 5kg) x 5
10kg x 5
25kg x 5
30kg x 2 PB

pretty hard stuff

5 sets of rows up to about 55kg

3 sets of skull cruashers, about 30kg x 8

was with a few guys i know, the kind of people who do bicep curls. it was funny because one of them said quietly to another that they dont like the way i bench because its bad for your back! hahaha it would be funnier to you if you saw what his bench was like
GettinFatStrongIcon...22-08-2011 @ 13:31 
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lol just reply back with strong shoulder joints, faggot.

good effort today
JackRevansIcon...22-08-2011 @ 13:33 
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haha thanks
sd1656Icon...22-08-2011 @ 14:37 
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Good stuff, you have a pb on the bench of a 100kg? I might be able to do 1 single then as I can rep 80kg (sort of)
JackRevansIcon...22-08-2011 @ 16:27 
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sd1656 said:Good stuff, you have a pb on the bench of a 100kg? I might be able to do 1 single then as I can rep 80kg (sort of)


if you can rep it for more than 5 then you may be able to do 100. i think 85 x 5 is more likely to equil 100 though
GettinFatStrongIcon...22-08-2011 @ 16:40 
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JackRevans said:
if you can rep it for more than 5 then you may be able to do 100. i think 85 x 5 is more likely to equil 100 though


i think i did 80x10 b4 i did 100x1 lol long ago
JackRevansIcon...24-08-2011 @ 12:57 
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squats today...

bar x 10 x 2
50kg x 5
60kg x 5
80kg x 5
95kg x 5 5 kg up from last week

starting to get the hang of squats now, felt pretty easy on my legs, however it still feels wrong on my shoulders so i cant walk out properly and all that so its pretty aquard.

5 sets of about 20 DB side bends

back started to hurt so i left it at that and went home
JackRevansIcon...24-08-2011 @ 18:16 
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Does anyone know if its an accepted method to deadlift with the feet in the sumo position but other than that use conventional technique. In sumo you're supposed to position the hips very close to the bar and pretty much squat it up. So is it ok to use conventional technique but with wide apart feet?
SouthernBrotherIcon...25-08-2011 @ 09:07 
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To get use to having the kind of weight you need on your back, I used to do heavy calf raises on the smith machine, but you can use the barbell. I would go up to 230-250kg for a double or a single. It does hurt, but I'd always push it. Don't even think about the weight on my back now. I just lack practice for squats, couldn't do them properly at old gym.
SouthernBrotherIcon...25-08-2011 @ 09:28 
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JackRevans said:
if you can rep it for more than 5 then you may be able to do 100. i think 85 x 5 is more likely to equil 100 though


Really? I can rep 80 4 times, but almost forced out a turd pressing 90 for a pb!!
JackRevansIcon...25-08-2011 @ 19:39 
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SouthernBrother said:To get use to having the kind of weight you need on your back, I used to do heavy calf raises on the smith machine, but you can use the barbell. I would go up to 230-250kg for a double or a single. It does hurt, but I'd always push it. Don't even think about the weight on my back now. I just lack practice for squats, couldn't do them properly at old gym.


thanks i might try that
JackRevansIcon...27-08-2011 @ 13:17 
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ok well today i considerd sumo!

the good news is that my back didnt hurt... very much
the bad news, f**k me its harder. iv never felt so sodomized in my life!

ok so i was a bit hung over from some lethal home made beer i sampled yesterday but that was the lesser issue

deadlift:
bar x 5 (well actually i did hanging cleans for that set)
60kg x 5
60kg x 8
100kg x 8 that actually felt hard doing it sumo
140kg x 8 starting to feel horrible
160kg x 8 PB allthough i dunno if it counts it took me about 1 and a half minutes to do it, more like 8 sets of 1 tbh

good mornings:
bar x 8
40kg x 8
40kg x 8
40kg x 8
50kg x 8
50kg x 8

5 sets of side bends fairly light
JohnGymIcon...27-08-2011 @ 13:22 
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JackRevans said:ok well today i considerd sumo!

the good news is that my back didnt hurt... very much
the bad news, f**k me its harder. iv never felt so sodomized in my life!

ok so i was a bit hung over from some lethal home made beer i sampled yesterday but that was the lesser issue

deadlift:
bar x 5 (well actually i did hanging cleans for that set)
60kg x 5
60kg x 8
100kg x 8 that actually felt hard doing it sumo
140kg x 8 starting to feel horrible
160kg x 8 PB allthough i dunno if it counts it took me about 1 and a half minutes to do it, more like 8 sets of 1 tbh

good mornings:
bar x 8
40kg x 8
40kg x 8
40kg x 8
50kg x 8
50kg x 8

5 sets of side bends fairly light


Solid effort doing a rep PB the first time you switch technique. Doing 8 x 1 is much harder than 8 touch and go too. So you should be pleased.
JackRevansIcon...27-08-2011 @ 15:21 
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oh i almost forgot, i invented a new lift. i call it the front goodmorning. its very difficult
dr_hazbunIcon...29-08-2011 @ 15:28 
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JackRevans said:Does anyone know if its an accepted method to deadlift with the feet in the sumo position but other than that use conventional technique. In sumo you're supposed to position the hips very close to the bar and pretty much squat it up. So is it ok to use conventional technique but with wide apart feet?


Yes, some people do this well. Ed Coan (pre-injury) immediately springs to mind.

My experience with it is that it makes lockout difficult.

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