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Old 04-24-2010, 06:48 AM   #21
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Front Squats 1x5@65, 1x5@95, 1x5@115, 5x3@125

Bench Press 3x5@95, 2x5@100

I have noticed that I am starting to miss barbell workouts in favour of doing stuff with K-bell. Has been too long with out front squats. Not a bad thing but have to remain focussed on the fact that I bought the K-bell to use as recovery exercise tool. Not to be the main workout tool. Will have to get sandbag filled to be able to introduce circuit in morning workout
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Old 04-28-2010, 05:37 AM   #22
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Front Squats 1x5@65, 1x5@95, 1x3@115, 1x3@125, 4x3@130

Bench Press, 1x5@65, 2x5@95, 3x5@100

Med Ball Situps 5x10
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Old 04-30-2010, 06:47 AM   #23
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Front Squats
1x5@65, 1x5@95, 1x3@115, 1x3@125, 5x3@130

Planned to do more later in the day but got lazy
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Old 05-01-2010, 01:56 AM   #24
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Military Press
2x3@65, 4x5@70

Dumbbell Bench Press
2x8@30, 2x8@35

Front Squats
1x5@65, 2x5@95,3x5@115

Ab rollouts from knees 5x10
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Old 05-04-2010, 02:06 AM   #25
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Full cleans
1x5@45, 1x5@65, 3x5@95

BTN Push Jerks
1x5@65, 1x5@75, 3x5@85

Ab Rollout (standing progression) 5x10
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Old 05-06-2010, 05:21 AM   #26
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Front Squats
1x5@65, 1x5@85, 1x3@115, 5x3@125

Bench Press
1x5@65, 1x5@95, 4x5@100, 1x3@105
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Old 05-07-2010, 05:55 AM   #27
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light workout to stretch out everythinbg. Still feelingtight after doing cleans 3 days ago.

2 hand K-bell swing 10x10
alternating between sets with
Med ball sit ups 10x10,

Very little or no rest between sets, continous workout.
Time taken 10 minutes give or take!

Rock ring Pull ups 3x10
Only doing explosive phase of pull up. No Lowering, just letting go and re-setting for next rep from dead hang. Used different grips for each set
1x10 on slope
1x10 on 4-finger jug
1x10 0n 4-finger crimp

Next to no fatigue in fingers compared to 10x3 reps but really feeling in lats.
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Old 05-10-2010, 06:46 AM   #28
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Front Squats
1x5@65, 1x5@95, 1x3@115, 1x3@125, 4x3@135. Very happy at this, thought I was going to be stuck at 130 or 132.5 forever and I just decided "screw it"

Bench Press
1x5@65, 1x5@95, 3x5@100, 1x1@105, 1x1@110, 1x1@115, 1x1@120

Decided to try a few singles to see what I could do. Happy with this result considering the previous PB was 140 conventional bench press, and here I am doing bench press in rack

Situp with Barbell 4x10@35kg with bar held at arms length.

Starts in bench press position finishes in seated mil press position. Not sure how healthy it is for spine but felt ok. Wont make a habit out of it
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Old 05-12-2010, 06:23 AM   #29
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2-hand k-bell swings Totalling 200
2x25, 1x20, 1x25, 1x5, 10x10

Ab rollouts standing progression 4x10

Crunches 4x10
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Old 05-15-2010, 04:49 AM   #30
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Deadlifts
1x3@45, 1x3@95, 1x5@145, 4x5@165, 1x3@145

Military Press
1x5@65, 4x5@70, 1x6@65

Romanian Deadlifts
3x6@95, 1x4@105

One arm Dumbbell Rows
4x5@30

Situps 4x20
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