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Old 05-26-2012, 11:07 AM   #6
Martin Phoenix
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Originally Posted by David Boyle View Post
Good stuff Martin. You really put a gem out there for the Pendlay site. I may start that myself...! Good numbers your putting up.
Cheers Mate.. Not to bad yourself.

Wednesday 23/05/12

Shoulder is playing up again. I've been including DB raises etc to help even out some imbalances. It's helping but there is still something not right. Went on the hunt and found this..

http://www.t-nation.com/free_online_...oulder_shocker

I'll ignore the bit about not going over head but take on the rest.

So... 100 blue band pullaparts.

Roll outs 11x5

Thursday 24/05/12

Snatch pull + hang snatch (knee) 2+1 x 5 - 70kg, 70kg, 72.5kg, 72.5kg, 72.5kg
Clean and jerk 1 x 10 - 80kg, 90kg, 95kg, 100kg, 105kg(PB), 95kg, 95kg, 95kg, 95kg, 95kg
Front squat 100kg x 3 x 3

12 x seated plate raise 10kg
12 x seated lateral raises 5kg
10 x seated clean and jerk 5kg
3 times

100 band pullaparts

Used the belt on my working clean and jerks. Tried 107.5 after the PB. Cleaned it for a clean PB but bottled the jerk. Legs were fried after that and made the next 5 hard.

Friday 25/05/12

100 band pullaparts

Saturday 26/05/12

Snatch 2 x 5 - 75kg, 77.5kg, 80kg, 80kg, 77.5kg
Clean pull + hang clean (hip) 1+1 x 5 - 75kg, 80kg, 85kg, 90kg, 92.5kg
Neck jerk 2 x 5 - 90kg, 95kg, 100kg, 105kg, 110kg, 115kg x 1 for a cheeky PB then 120kg for a PB on the PB.
Back squat 112kg x 5 x 2, 112kg x 10
Chins 10kg x 1-5, 1-4
100 band pullaparts

No pain on the neck jerks. That is typically where I would get pain due to the shoulder flexibility required. Pullaparts are my new best friend.
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