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Eat Time! DVD
Monday February 18 2008

  • Front squat - 84% x 2 x 5
  • Clean pull - work up to 100% x 2
  • Push press - 5 x 1 heavy
  • Pull-ups - 3 x max (weighted for 3 x 8 if you can do 3 x 15 unweighted)
  • DB overhead sit-ups - 15%/DB x 8 x 3

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This is week 4 of the current mesocycle. We'll be tapering slightly in order to attempt records on Saturday.
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Greg 1 | 2008-02-17
What's up with "implementing a uniform eating routine?" Thought it was supposed to be random
Greg Everett 2 | 2008-02-17
Who said it was supposed to be random? More importantly, uniform is more in reference to consistency in quality and basic content than literal food items.
Tom R 3 | 2008-02-18
Do you anchor the feet when doing dumbbell sit-ups?
Greg Everett 4 | 2008-02-18
Yes, anchor your feet or you'll be limited in how much weight you can use.
ec 5 | 2008-02-18
back from my few day CA hiatus wanted to do grace, so used as "warmup" (85#) - 3.06 fs - 130# cln pull - up to 225# pp - 125, 125, 130, 135x, 135 (5# pr) pu - 8,6,5 su - 20# dbs (didn't anchor feet, so... it was lighter than rx)
mike 6 | 2008-02-18
Got to break in the new (used) squat rack FS- 105kg *2*5 (Not sure of FS max I was thinking 125 but these were fairly hard I may be a bit optimistic C Pull 90,100, 105*2 pp 85(pr),85,85, 90(pr), 90 - Not having to clean the weight definitely helped PU 12 *3 SU 10 kg/hand *8*3
The Pie 7 | 2008-02-19
FS-195#x2x5 up ten pounds from last week C Pull: 245#, probably did too much weight here but the pull felt pretty good but its way over my 210 clean Max Push Press: 185,185,205PR,225 failed, 215 failed but will make next time, just didn't get my head under the bar. Pullups, 13,11,9 Ran out of time and didn't do abs.
Evan Von Qualen 8 | 2008-02-19
Row 750 meters+ DROM FS 5 doubles-223lb. 238lb.x4 Cln. pull worked up to 291lb. mixed in RDLs and extra shrugs PP 173-193-198-208-218lbs. pullups-15-13-13 DB OH situps 25lb.db, 30lbs. for 2nd+3rd.
John Frazer 9 | 2008-02-19
FS: 155x2x5 -- would have been easier if I hadn't missed the FS workout last week. Clean pull: 135x2 (assume that was supposed to be 100% of my max clean) Push press: 110, 112, 115, 117, 120 and could have gone heavier. Pullups: 8, 5, 4 DB situps: 25# x8x3
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