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Old 03-26-2013, 05:09 PM   #3776
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I will post pics later. 495 seated plate press, 6 reps. Must reach 600
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Old 03-26-2013, 05:39 PM   #3777
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Gawd [email protected], battled herniated disk and advanced DDD for a couple months this winter and back has been feeling amazing the last two months. Felt a twinge/pop in lower back while DL'ing today. Shut it down immediately, not a burning pain, but is getting tight and more of a dull pain. Any tips? Earliest I can get a massage is Monday. Icing and ibuprofen now.

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255 - 3
295 - 3
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Old 03-26-2013, 05:56 PM   #3778
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Gawd [email protected], battled herniated disk and advanced DDD for a couple months this winter and back has been feeling amazing the last two months. Felt a twinge/pop in lower back while DL'ing today. Shut it down immediately, not a burning pain, but is getting tight and more of a dull pain. Any tips? Earliest I can get a massage is Monday. Icing and ibuprofen now.

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225 - 3
255 - 3
295 - 3
335 - 8 (snapped my $hit up on 8, wanted at least 10)
I have found that when my back gets tight (also have herniated disks and DDD) that if I work the **** out of my abs immediately (read: before the lower back is too tight to move), it helps to pull me forward and balance me out. Also, Aleve (naproxen) helps me a hell of a lot more that ibuprofen. not sure what your body weight is, im 270, but when I was on perscription naproxen, it was 800 mg in one go, twice a day. that upset my stomach, but i have found that 3 aleve, 660 mg, is totally fine on my stomach and alleviates back pain on the now rare occasions that I have it.
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Old 03-26-2013, 06:41 PM   #3779
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Work sucked, ex's suck, lawyers suck, so the gym sucked. Feed the sweed.
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Old 03-26-2013, 06:42 PM   #3780
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Also stretch your psoas. Sucks dude.
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Old 03-26-2013, 06:53 PM   #3781
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So I did squats on Saturday. Haven't done a set In a while so I recorded myself to get some feedback. Let me know what you peeps think.

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Old 03-26-2013, 07:11 PM   #3782
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So I did squats on Saturday. Haven't done a set In a while so I recorded myself to get some feedback. Let me know what you peeps think.

Those were pretty. You're gonna have to throw some more weight on the bar before your form breaks down. Nice job.
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Old 03-26-2013, 07:23 PM   #3783
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Looked solid. If you want me to be picky, bull your neck instead of craning it forward. Knees come forward but that's because of your depth, so NBD.

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Old 03-26-2013, 07:41 PM   #3784
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Tim - Thanks man. Funny because I haven't done them in a while so it felt heavy, haha. When I watched the video I was like wow wtf that looked so easy. I think it is just a matter of feeling the weight on my back again.

Pops - I actually never know wtf to do with my head. I know I should try to bury it into the bar but then I feel like i'm staring at the ceiling, I try keeping it neutral by "looking at a distance" but its hard since theres a mirror in front of me about 10 feet. I will try to be more conscious of that though next time... thanks!

On a side note, i've been doing abs lately, and my lord, squeezing them hard when driving back up makes a big difference.. haha.
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Old 03-26-2013, 08:21 PM   #3785
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Can't you set the bar up the other way so you aren't staring into a mirror?
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Old 03-26-2013, 08:24 PM   #3786
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Gawd [email protected], battled herniated disk and advanced DDD for a couple months this winter and back has been feeling amazing the last two months. Felt a twinge/pop in lower back while DL'ing today. Shut it down immediately, not a burning pain, but is getting tight and more of a dull pain. Any tips? Earliest I can get a massage is Monday. Icing and ibuprofen now.

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335 - 8 (snapped my $hit up on 8, wanted at least 10)
Yeah, stop pulling deadlifts for reps above 5.

Go for heavy singles, doubles or triples. It's when you can't stay tight that you really mess yourself up good.

<---also DDD and pretty debilitating hip pain to go along with the back pain on a 24/7 basis.

I've learned not to be a hero and that I simply can't rep out certain exercises like I used to.
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Old 03-26-2013, 08:40 PM   #3787
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But your username is totalburnout. I are confuzed. Lies. ALL LIES
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Old 03-26-2013, 10:08 PM   #3788
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You say that he should get blood flowing right after you tell him to ice, which will slow down that process?

Edit: didn't mean to sound like a dick, just curious to your reasoning behind that
Blood flow helps the healing process, ice helps alleviate inflammation.
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Old 03-26-2013, 10:14 PM   #3789
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Blood flow helps the healing process, ice helps alleviate inflammation.
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Old 03-26-2013, 10:15 PM   #3790
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So I did squats on Saturday. Haven't done a set In a while so I recorded myself to get some feedback. Let me know what you peeps think.

damn, nice work. look at you all skinny now...
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Old 03-26-2013, 11:11 PM   #3791
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Can't you set the bar up the other way so you aren't staring into a mirror?
Nope The only way to do that is to literally turn the whole squat rack around.

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Thanks, but i'm not skinny
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Old 03-26-2013, 11:59 PM   #3792
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Plenty deep. Squats looked solid, Joe. You're looking lean.

Chest tonight. Right shoulder was tweaked so didn't do much direct shoulder work. usapl commands suck. that or my spotter was being especially tough on me.

Machine Incline Bench Press:
180 lb x 25 reps (+55 pts)
180 lb x 25 reps (+55 pts)
270 lb x 10 reps (+86 pts)
270 lb x 10 reps (+86 pts)
270 lb x 10 reps (+86 pts)
band pull aparts and shoulder dislocations between sets

Barbell Bench Press:
45 lb x 5 reps (+36 pts)
135 lb x 5 reps (+66 pts)
135 lb x 5 reps (+66 pts)
225 lb x 5 reps (+121 pts)
265 lb x 2 reps (+107 pts)
265 lb x 2 reps (+107 pts)
265 lb x 2 reps (+107 pts)
285 lb x 1 reps (+99 pts)
305 lb x 1 reps (+113 pts)
with commands

Machine Bench Press:
270 lb x 10 reps (+100 pts)
270 lb x 10 reps (+100 pts)
270 lb x 10 reps (+100 pts)
superset with cg bench

Close-Grip Barbell Bench Press:
225 lb x 5 reps (+121 pts)
225 lb x 5 reps (+121 pts)
225 lb x 5 reps (+121 pts)
paused, thumb length from smooth

Rear Delt Fly:
50 lb x 25 reps (+25 pts)
50 lb x 25 reps (+25 pts)
50 lb x 25 reps (+25 pts)
superset with db sohp

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45 lb x 10 reps (+79 pts)
45 lb x 10 reps (+79 pts)
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I like the JM influence. Good work man.
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Old 03-27-2013, 12:30 AM   #3794
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Deadlift

135x5
185x5
225x5
275x5
315x5
365x2
405x1
455x1 came up quick
475x0
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Meh.

Lower Rehab Week 2

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135 * 10
245 * 4 * 5 sets

Deadlifts
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225 * 1
315 * 1
375 * 4 * 5 sets

Shrugs
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405 * 10
495 * 10

Leg Extensions
160 * 10 * 3 sets

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Old 03-27-2013, 05:48 AM   #3796
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Power Clean:
130 lb x 1 reps (+26 pts)
130 lb x 1 reps (+26 pts)
130 lb x 1 reps (+26 pts)
130 lb x 1 reps (+26 pts)
130 lb x 1 reps (+26 pts)

Barbell Deadlift:
150 lb x 5 reps (+73 pts)
185 lb x 5 reps (+92 pts)
220 lb x 3 reps (+94 pts)
260 lb x 5 reps (+153 pts) Forgot what week I was on, only supposed to do 3 reps.
295 lb x 3 reps (+155 pts)
335 lb x 5 reps (+254 pts) Mixed Grip
385 lb x 1 reps (+195 pts) Mixed Grip
395 lb x 1 reps (+208 pts) Mixed Grip
395 lb x 1 reps (+208 pts) Mixed Grip
215 lb x 10 reps (+133 pts)
215 lb x 10 reps (+133 pts)
215 lb x 10 reps (+133 pts)
215 lb x 10 reps (+133 pts)
215 lb x 10 reps (+133 pts)

Ab Wheel (kneeling):
15 reps (+27 pts)
15 reps (+27 pts)
15 reps (+27 pts)
15 reps (+27 pts)

Plank:
60 sec (+21 pts)

Side Plank:
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Damn weasel that is a lot of deadlifting.
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boring but big template... emphasis on boring
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Old 03-27-2013, 12:38 PM   #3799
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Forgot to add, I did my training session at 10:30 pm in a gym in scottsdale. Got out of work late and needed to take out a little E85 aggression, and found myself up north. It was funny that the (very small, bicep working only) guys were watching while I squatted.... 245. LOL. Turned heads with the deadlifts, and stopped traffic when I shrugged. So lame. Pretty sure if I overhead pressed people would explode, or god forbid Steve shows up with Angry Dave and pulls 7+.
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Which gym?

Is your buddy G doing the meet?
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