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Old 02-27-2009, 10:39 PM   #11
Timothy Scalise
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Default friday 2/27/09

power snatch: 70,70,70,70,70,70
power clean and jerk: 90,90,90,90,90 pressed out on the 3rd jerk
snatch pull 100x3, 100x3,100x3
clean pull 120x3, 120x3, 120x3
upright row 70x5, 70x5, 70x5, 70x5, 70x5
pull ups: 10 plates on the weight resistance pull up thing now sure how much off my bw that is but 7 reps, 7 reps, 8 reps



felt great , was full of energy, abs still are sore from wed, was suposed to work them today but I simply forgot, also didnt stretch till I got home. see how I do on heavy singles tomorrow.
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Old 02-28-2009, 07:55 PM   #12
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Default sat 2/28/09

sn: 70, 80 miss ?!?!, 80, 85 miss, 85, 90 miss
cj: 80, 90, 95, 100 miss, 100
bs 120,120,120,120,120,120


not happy with my lifts today, but I just felt off so didnt have a big drive to push for P.R.s today.
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Old 03-04-2009, 10:25 AM   #13
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mon march 2nd
pwr sn: 50X2, 60, 70, 70,70,70
pwr cj : 70x2, 80, 90, 90,90,90
sn pull: 90x3, 90x3, 90x3
cl pull: 110x3, 110x3, 110x3


tues march 3rd
sn: 50x2, 60, 70,70,70,70
cj: 70x2, 80, 90,90,90,90
fs: 90x3, 95x3,100x3, 105,x3, 110x3


wed march 4th
pwr sn: 50x2, 60, 70, 70, 70, 70
pwr cj: 70x2, 80, 90, 90, 90, 90
sn pull 90x3, 90x3, 90x3
cl pull 110x3, 110x3, 110x3


started training in the morning cause the gym is getting crowded in the evening when I usally train. I have to say though I like it better not forcing myself to get to the gym after work. also I like training on an empty stomach, feels much better, just need to warm up more in the mornings however as I feel much more stiff. all in all though, been feeling awesome doing the morning training.
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Old 03-04-2009, 10:48 AM   #14
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What are your goals exactly? I mean...in terms of numbers or relative to bodyweight, what are they?
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Old 03-04-2009, 07:37 PM   #15
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as of right now, im just trying to get stronger in general.
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Old 03-05-2009, 09:28 AM   #16
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Default thurs 3/5/09

snatch: 50x2, 60, 70, 70, 70, 70
clean and jerk: 70x2, 80, 90, 90, 90, 90
front squat: 90x3, 95x3, 100x3, 105x3, 110x3

easy today
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Old 03-10-2009, 07:29 PM   #17
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Default tuesday 3/10/09

ok so I switched my training routine, there are many reasons if you really want to know then ask, if not ill just start up at yesturday logging what im doing now. Got Gregg's book and am loving it, and decided to use the intermediate template.


monday 3/9/09
sn: 70x2, 70x2, 70x2, 70x2
bs: 112x3, 112x3, 112x3, 112x3, 112x3
cl dl: 115x3, 115x3, 115x3
pp: 70x3, 70x3, 70x3, 70x3, 70x3


tues 3/10/09
mus sn: 50, 50, 55, 55, 60, 65, 70miss, 70 miss, 70 bent knees so I wont count it
sn: 60x2, 60x2, 60x2, 60x2, 60x2
cj: 70x2, 70x2, 70x2, 70x2, 70x2


really liked these two days, I feel I got worked on monday, but not overly bad, a great workout feeling. tuesday was really easy, but it was a good recovery focusing on form day. I read the article in the performance menu about the starting position, and it actually felt good starting like that. I tend to start like that, but Tommy Kono taught me to start with my shoulders much more over the bar, both feel good, but starting more upright feels better going into the second pull.
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Old 03-12-2009, 12:12 AM   #18
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Default wed 3/11/09

cj: 80x2, 80x2, 80x2, 80x2
sn pull: 90x3, 90x3, 90x3, 90x2 (did 2 sets with straps, 2 without)
ohs: 70,75,80,85,90
fs: 110x2, 110x2, 110x2, 110x2, 110x2, 110x2

came in feeling beat up and tired, but after the first CJ double I felt great, at the end of it my legs were pretty dead, but I felt awesome, a slow walk home though lol.
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Old 03-23-2009, 10:14 PM   #19
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so im really really bad at keeping up with this log, I am going to try much harder as I really would like input into my training. all excuses aside here I go

snatch pull: 90x3, 90x3, 90x3
clean pull: 110x3, 110x3, 120x3
pausing front squats (3 seconds pause at bottom) 100x3, 100x3, 100x3, 100x3, 100x3
push press: 70x3, 70x3, 75x3, 80x3 ( wasnt going to do these today, but my friend wanted help with his, so I figured I should just do some)

then 150 kb gobblet thrusters in 11:35
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Old 03-24-2009, 10:15 PM   #20
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well that workout after my oly training yesturday was a mistake... my legs were fryed today. That is really not normal for me at all, usally am not really sore the next day. so today I attempted to do some snatches and it went lousy, so instead of being a meat head I went home to recover and try again tomorrow.
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