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Old 01-12-2011, 09:29 AM   #11
Kevin Shaughnessy
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Wednesday January 12th

Squat
95x10
135x5
175x3
200x2x5


Press
45x10
70x5
95x3
122.5x2x5
122.5x6.5


What. The. Fuck. I lost 2 reps for a 2 and a half pound increase. Some possible culprits: Calorie restriction. Very likely the cause. Increased soy intake. Eh. Not used to volume squatting. Maybe? I guess the press has now been officially relegated to "goat" status.

Good Mornings
95x5
115x5
140x5
170x5
180x5


Feels good man.
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