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  • Front squat - 78% x 3 x 10
  • Clean pull - 96% (of clean) x 3 x 2
  • Clean deadlift - 100% (of clean) x 3 x 1

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lisa 1 | 2010-10-27
I appreciate tht comment..I believe its def. One of my faults...I get the weight up but the bar in front of me at the bottom n I have to bail. Thx u..keep up the good work...love ur site..
Steve S. 2 | 2010-10-27
Front Squat - 185#x3x10 Clean Pull - 215#x3x2 Clean DL - 235#
Alfred "Skinny Guy" 3 | 2010-10-27
Fr.Squat-190# Clean Pull-212# Clean DL-235# Conditioning: 800m run 40 GHD sit-ups 400m run 30 GHD sit-ups 200m run 20 GHD sit-ups 10:15
Eric 4 | 2010-10-27
Unrelated to today's posts--but does anyone know if Greg has a problem with CF affiliates linking to his "exercises" videos? We'd like to use some of them for a few of our upcoming workouts.
Jeff 5 | 2010-10-27
FS: 191.5# Did yesterday's jerks between FS sets starting from 110# and incrementing by 10# until 200#. clean pull: 206.5# clean DL: 215#
Rob Sheldon 6 | 2010-10-28
Had to do the WoD at 'Planet Gayness' tonight... FS: 185# (had to power clean each set, no squat racks, what kind of 'gym' doesn't have even 1 squat rack???) D-bell Row: 45x8, 50X8, 60X8 (no pulls or deads, didn't want to set off the 'lunk alarm') various ab work Krista FS: 95# D-bell Row: 20x8, 25x8, 35x8 various ab work
Mike T. 7 | 2010-10-28
My buddy deployed today for Afg so last night I had to rush to have a proper farewell. Couldn't make gym so I ran with my dog and did some hill runs at Rock Creek Park. Not fast. I'm embarassed.
Greg Everett 8 | 2010-10-28
Eric -You're welcome to link to them.
Bill 9 | 2010-11-03
Greg; Thanks for all the information on this website. The comment to shift the bar weight towards the heels is just another piece of info to add to my lifting education. I read it just before going out to the gym- it really made a difference. Thanks again. Bill
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