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    Quote Originally Posted by fufu
    A beautiful locally run Gold's gym that sponsers power lifting. I can't wait.
    Damn lucky... I've heard Gold's let's their powerlifters store shit like chains, bands, and boards in their own special closet at the gym. World's lets us use bands/boards, but we have to bring them, and they don't allow chains even if we bring them.

    Just PRAY that Planet Fitness doesn't buy that Gold's Gym out, that's happened at lot's of Gold's Gyms.

    Nice workout, you're pimping the front squats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanp156
    Damn lucky... I've heard Gold's let's their powerlifters store shit like chains, bands, and boards in their own special closet at the gym. World's lets us use bands/boards, but we have to bring them, and they don't allow chains even if we bring them.

    Just PRAY that Planet Fitness doesn't buy that Gold's Gym out, that's happened at lot's of Gold's Gyms.

    Nice workout, you're pimping the front squats.
    I hope nawt. Before I pay for my membership I'm gonna ask them about that. It isn't commercially run so maybe that gives me a better chance.

    Thanks, they just seem to click for me.
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    NICE squats and deads!

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    Thank you sir.
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    Damn good job on the benching be proud man.

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    Deads are coming along nicely. Good heavy workout.

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    I like the Bulgarians. You're like right where I'm at with those. That movement is brutal with heavy weights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Double D
    Deads are coming along nicely. Good heavy workout.
    Thanks, heavy is the best way to go!

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    I like the Bulgarians. You're like right where I'm at with those. That movement is brutal with heavy weights.
    Tell me about it. When I went past the 65's they no longer were a test of core strength and balance, it turned into a heavy test of leg strength(even though it still was a bitch to stabilize).
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    I hate haveing to balance but like the saying goes do what you hate to improve.

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    Today's workout -

    chin ups - RI 90 seconds

    5x5 at bodyweight

    varying widths of supinated grips, last set was done neutral grip

    DB chest press - RI 90 seconds
    set #1 - 8 reps at x2 70 lbs
    set #2 - 8 reps at x2 70 lbs
    set #3 - 8 reps at x2 70 lbs
    set #4 - 7 reps at x2 70 lbs
    set #5 - 7 reps at x2 60 lbs .....

    BB curls - RI 60 seconds
    set #1 - 12 reps at 55 lbs
    set #2 - 12 reps at 55 lbs
    set #3 - 12 reps at 45 lbs

    overhead tricep extension - RI 75 seconds
    set #1 - 10 reps each arm at 25 lbs
    set #2 - 10 reps each arm at 25 lbs
    set #3 - 10 reps each arm at 25 lbs PR

    rotator cuff shenanigans

    stretch

    Great workout. I was feeling pretty out of it and borderline sick before I hit the gym. I made the workout a bit easier today because of it, it went well. My workout looks pretty boring but I enjoyed it. I got through today, now I just have to get through tommarow and I'll take my week off from all training. I'm feeling pretty beat.

    My tricep isolation shit saved my PR streak, it was a close one.
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    Weight is 181, damn, took quite a jump since I started the CEE. About 4-5 lbs.
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    I suspect your rest will feel great. "Rotator cuff shenanigans".. do I infer existing issues or are you looking to circumvent them later on? My shoulders are but one of my problems (grip is a chief annoyance! )

    Anyway- good job sustaining the PR parade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheik yerbouti
    I suspect your rest will feel great. "Rotator cuff shenanigans".. do I infer existing issues or are you looking to circumvent them later on? My shoulders are but one of my problems (grip is a chief annoyance! )

    Anyway- good job sustaining the PR parade.
    Yup, already have some shoulder issues. It all came about from over-use playing too much tennis and training with weights at the same time. It is alot better now though. Seems like everyone has had an issue with their shoulders to some extent.

    Have you considered exclusive grip training? I do it weekly, grip is one of my favorite things to train. My hands get pretty nasty looking as a result though. Static holds w/ dumb bells really improved my grip, I'm a big fan of them.
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    Sounds a tad like farmer's walk which is something I'm considering adding- though there's little actual walking space in my apartment. I do need a bigger place with a basement where I can set up a gym and have room to expand. Things like stationary bikes/treadmills/leg presses remain pipe dreams when my gym is situated in a space better suited to be a bedroom.

    I also have shoulder issues- something that got me off BB bench and switching exclusively (almost) to DBs. For whatever reason, dumbell work results in less residual pain. Since I'm not aiming to compete there's no good reason for me to 1RM at 300+ lbs. While I certainly wouldn't mind doing that I'm not willing to sacrifice day-to-day functionability. I do some 'tater warmups from time to time as well though I'll rarely chart them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheik yerbouti
    Sounds a tad like farmer's walk which is something I'm considering adding- though there's little actual walking space in my apartment. I do need a bigger place with a basement where I can set up a gym and have room to expand. Things like stationary bikes/treadmills/leg presses remain pipe dreams when my gym is situated in a space better suited to be a bedroom.

    I also have shoulder issues- something that got me off BB bench and switching exclusively (almost) to DBs. For whatever reason, dumbell work results in less residual pain. Since I'm not aiming to compete there's no good reason for me to 1RM at 300+ lbs. While I certainly wouldn't mind doing that I'm not willing to sacrifice day-to-day functionability. I do some 'tater warmups from time to time as well though I'll rarely chart them.
    Yeah just like a farmer's walk, instead you stand there in pain instead of walking(in pain). I'm considering doing farmer's walks to have something to take my mind off the forearms.
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