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Old 12-09-2012, 11:48 AM   #719
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Sunday December 10th

Weighted Chin Up
BWx5
25x3
45x1
65x1
90x1


Booyah! Bodyweight today was 178 so this is slightly over 50% bodyweight. Next stop 135x1.

Seated Cable Row
75x3x12


Not that hard but then I had an easy chin session before hand.

Lat Pulldown
120x15
135x5
75x12


PR again too.

Seated Machine Row
90x20


Rest-paused.

Lying Chest Supported Row
30x3x12


DB Shrug
85x20
80x20
75x30


Holy crap are these easier when I just cut out half an inch of ROM.

DB Curl
15x15
15x12
15x15


I don't seem to be improving on these.

Post workout brew is a little more interesting than what I usually imbibe:



I'll throw in a review here because this novel beer doesn't have much info about it on the net. The label on the bottle claims that this beer is brewed as it was in 52 AD based on years of research into history, ancient literature and archeological finds. It has an interesting bottle, the cap is a twist off sealed with wax which gives it a nice historical feel along with the shape. Builds a decent head immediately after pouring but has almost no retention. Pours a very murky yellow without much visible carbonation. Very light mouthfeel, watery. Pronounced fruity/citris-y taste. It's a good beer but on taste alone the price isn't justified although it's cool if you're a beer/history nerd. It really reminds me of Fin Du Monde actually, which is too bad because I was hoping for more of a stand-out experience with this one.
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