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Old 01-25-2010, 11:29 PM   #1
Timothy Scalise
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Default new log for 2010

So I am going to start a new log, and do my best to keep up with it this time.


today 1/25/10

cj: 70, 80, 90, 95, 100 miss the jerk. (im trying to get my split jerk going now, so these numbers might be low for a while.)
bs: 105x3x10 this was pretty hard, not so much at this weight, but I can tell later on in the programing its gonna kick my ass.
pp: 67.5 x5x5

also really trying to get the calories in im actually eating some salmon and broccoli as im writing this.
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