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Good delivery of the bar to the rack position
Monday November 19 2007

  • Snatch - 80% x 1 x 3
  • Clean & jerk - 80% x 1 x 2
  • Front squat - 90% x 1 x 1

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Jesse Woody 1 | 2007-11-18
Sweet, hitting my taper-week on the mass program this week, so I should be able to jump back into the strength cycle when it comes back around :D
Derek 2 | 2007-11-19
DROM W/U first time felt good B W/U MS 45 X 3 SN 61 X 3, 81 X 1 X 3, 86 X 1 X 3, 93.5 X 1 3 C&J 61 X 2, 95 X 2, 115 X 1 X 2, 125 X 1 X 2, 135 X 1 X 2 FS 135 X 2, 145 X 2, 155 X 2, 160 X 1 DB Incline Press 40 LB's 3 X 8
Leonid S. 3 | 2007-11-19
Started the Bulgarian cycle today.
ChrisC 4 | 2007-11-19
Greg, Since you're up on the latest in nutrition, is there any special combo of things to eat or stay away from before Saturday's PR attempts?
Greg Everett 5 | 2007-11-19
Assming bodyweight isn't an issue, same thing you'd eat every other day, which should be generally Paleo-ish with maybe a slight increase in carbs to make up any glycogen deplenished during the metCons, which will be minimal. What I've been experimenting with is a caffeine taper... Basically no caffeine 1-2 weeks out, then have some day of the meet/lift day with the idea that it gives the system a chance to recover from any accumulated systemic fatigue a bit and improves caffeine sensitivity.
AW 6 | 2007-11-19
Sn: 95x1x3 Cl&j - 125x1x2 Front squat - 145x1x1
pete 7 | 2007-11-19
Sn:140lbsx1x3 C&J:180x1x2 FS:225x1x1 Tried to keep things crisp. At this weight they were both power versions of the lifts which I caught as high as possible and rode down. Things felt good. Can't wait for PR attempts on Saturday.
Scotty Hagnas 8 | 2007-11-19
Sn: 100x1x1x1 C&J: 155x1x1x1 FS: 235x2x2
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