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Old 08-04-2010, 12:58 PM   #1
Jack Bedrosian
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Default Jack's Workout Log

8/2/10

M/21/5'9"/175

10 Thrusters - 95lbs
Run 200 meters
9 Thrusters
Run 200 meters
8 Thrusters
Run 200 meters... all the way down to 1

15:41

First wod after a nice weekend off in our nation's capital. Just tried to maintain a decent pace throughout, without walking or putting the weight down. Thrusters were easy and in good form, while running was a little more annoying.
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Old 08-04-2010, 01:19 PM   #2
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Default 8/3/10

Press 3-3-3-1-1-1
95-115-135-145pr-150pr-155pr

then...

7 rounds for time:
7 sdhp 75lbs
12 resetting push ups

9:25


Was a bit tired to start but ended up with hitting some good lifts and getting through the metcon alright. Press felt good, sdhp took some getting used to, and those push ups are still harder than they look. I feel like not killing myself in these workouts is going to start paying dividends.
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Old 08-05-2010, 10:00 AM   #3
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Default 8/4/10

4 rounds for time:

7 hang power snatches 95lbs
14 knees to elbows
21 back ext

Approximately 12 min

Snatches were good, knees to elbows took forever, and back exts were taxing after a while. Felt my shoulder tell me during the snatches that I should of stretched more, and lower back was uber tight afterwards (especially my left side). Hands feel a little rough from the hanging and pulling, rest day tomorrow. Have. to. stretch. more.
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Old 08-05-2010, 10:09 AM   #4
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Default Question: Lower back... uneveness?

I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for making the right side of my lower back as strong as my left side. High reps of movements such as dead lifts and back exts leave me feeling as though I'm exclusively using my left side, making injury more likely, and my lifts less efficient. I'll start off fine but I think as the reps become more difficult I subconsciously start relying on my left side.
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