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Old 07-14-2011, 01:51 PM   #29
Kevin Perry
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Squat: 45x8,5, 115x5, 145x5, 175x5, 205x3, 225x2,2,2, 255x1, 280x1,1,1,1,1
Deadlift: 185x5,5, 225x5, 255x5, 295x5, 330x10
Good Mornings: 135x3x10
Abs: 3x15

I decided to answer my desire to squat more through daily squatting. We will see how this pans out but it felt good today working up to a max for the day especially after squatting Monday. Ill monitor how it effects my 531 squat day but I look forward to experimenting with it.

I've pretty much been working out daily hitting Bodyweight stuff hard and weak areas. It has made my upper body much bigger which is nice.
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