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Old 05-24-2010, 03:20 PM   #11
Kevin Shaughnessy
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Monday May 24st

Squat
45x2x5
95x1x5
115x1x5
135x1x5
195x3x5

Surprisingly heavy, but managable.

Press
45x2x5
70x1x5
102.5x1x5

Very tough. 1 pound increases from now on.

Power Clean
95x1x3
115x1x3
145x5x3

Warm ups felt heavy :/. It was racking a little low today, hurt my wrists abit. So I squatted under it starting the third set, was kind of fun having to gauge how much squat was necessary to rack it properly in that split second before you catch it. 2.5# jumps from now on. Wrist wraps next workout.

Reverse Hyperextension
50x1x10

A little hamstring pain, left ham right in the center after first set. Setting up for the second set was such an awkward difficult struggle I decided to just not take the risk of either cracking my floor tiles or falling and breaking my neck.

Weighted Back extension
50x1x10

A little hamstring ripping feeling way down under the kneecap. This exercise has not historically not been very kind to my hams. Wont be doing it in the future.

Weighted Plank
85x2x00:30

Tough but managable.

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The heat today was killer, 39 degrees c. This workout took forever, same as the last one and its because of the reverse hyper, so I'm not too sad to see it go for now.
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