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Old 10-30-2012, 03:37 PM   #11
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Tuesday October 30th

Bench Press
Up to 215
175x2x5
155x10


215 was a max.

Shoulder Superset
Lateral Raise 3x12
Front Raise 3x12
DB Overhead Press 3x12


Oh boy, this fried my shoulders. For the last set of DB presses I was using 10 pounders, and I still struggled. Next workout I need to use less weight as my form was not exactly crisp today.

Tricep Pull Down
45x3x12


Had very little to give after all that benching and the superset.
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