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Hello All,

At the end of the day, my upper chest felt very sore. I could actually feel the difference. Incline Cable flys are the way to go.

45 x 10
75 x 4
100x 4
115 x 8
125 x 8
135 x 6

DB Row:
45 x 10 x 2
55 x 8, 6

Military Press:
45 x 10
75 x 10
85 x 8
90 x 6

Band Row:
4 sets of 12-15

Wide Grip Pulldown:
77 x 12 x 2
99 x 12
115 x 8

Incline Curl:
20 x 12 x 3

Incline Fly:
6 x 15,17,15

3 sets of 10

Forearm Roller:
5 rollers in each direction

6 Minutes jump rope

Hello All,

High Bar Squat:
75 x 10
135 x 4, 4
175 x 10MR. This felt very good. I probably could have done 175 x 15.

Back Off Squat: Fuckin insane.
165 x 3 x 8: i was suppose to do 10 sets but the form was deteriorating too much. This was tough never the less.

SLDL: I was too beat to anything more than 3 sets of 8. I was tempted to skip this all together. I am going to do some leg curls later either way. But jibbas.
115 x 8 x 3

I will do some leg curls at work to get in some extra hammie work.

That is all! 🙂

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Hello All,

High Bar Squat:
75 x 10
135 x 4 x 2
170 x 10: This was actually not so difficult. I felt like I could have hit 15 reps if I had gone for as many as possible. But the program says dont do more than 10 reps.
175 x 3 x 5: 60 seconds or so of rest between sets. This was fucking bananas.

Sumo Deadlift with Bands: The program just says “deadlift variation” so I decided to do some sets of 8 with bands, focusing on pulling with speed.
135 x 8
165 x 8
185 x 8

Good Morning: Just a little extra hamstring focus.
90 x 10 x 2

Crunches: Just some ab work.
2 sets of 3 minutes

From last week until today. I already feel stronger. Maybe it is in my head. But who knows? I am really looking forward to next week. Hitting some heavy squats for sets of 4-6. And same for the DL.

Hello All,

Bench Press:
45 x 10
75 x 5
100 x 4
115 x 2
130 x 7

DB Row:
40 x 10 x 2
52.5 x 8, 6

Military Press:
65 x 12 x 2
75 x 10
85 x 8

Band Row:
Purple + Black x 12 x 4 (i forgot exactly what I did since I forgot to write it down)

SA DB Curl:
15 x 15 x 2

NG BB Curl:
55 x 10 x 2

Incline Fly:
Blue x 15 x 2

Crunches: Timed for 3 minutes

Forearm Roller:
a few rolls with 7.5 lbs

Hello All,

High Bar Squat:
65 x 10
115 x 4,3
150 x 8 x 4

Low Bar Squat, Wide Stance: I just wanted to try it.
65 x 2 x 2

Sumo Deadlift:
165 x 4 x 2
205 x 8 x 2

Good Morning:
85 x 8
105 x 8 x 2

3 sets of 2 minutes


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