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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #30 on: January 30, 2014, 06:20:01 PM »
John... will definitely do something while I'm out there.

So switch program from 531 TM split, to.... 531. I was also able to get Val interested in the program, and she will be running 531 with me, and doing a "modified periodized bible". I'm trying to convince her to join the meet, but she is still on the fence. Without ever training in deads or squats, her current total is about 650.

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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #31 on: January 30, 2014, 10:06:34 PM »
John... will definitely do something while I'm out there.

So switch program from 531 TM split, to.... 531. I was also able to get Val interested in the program, and she will be running 531 with me, and doing a "modified periodized bible". I'm trying to convince her to join the meet, but she is still on the fence. Without ever training in deads or squats, her current total is about 650.

Awesome. Are you going to journal it?

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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #32 on: January 30, 2014, 10:27:02 PM »
John... will definitely do something while I'm out there.

So switch program from 531 TM split, to.... 531. I was also able to get Val interested in the program, and she will be running 531 with me, and doing a "modified periodized bible". I'm trying to convince her to join the meet, but she is still on the fence. Without ever training in deads or squats, her current total is about 650.

Awesome. Are you going to journal it?
I'll at least journal her weekly 531 numbers and vid her +1 lifts... She isn't so good at keeping track, so I'm basically her coach for this.

I also haven't decided if I want to start a journal here. I'm not a big fan of running multiple journals of the same lifts, so it would mean ditching my other journal.

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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #33 on: January 31, 2014, 08:16:54 PM »
ACC, if you ditch your journal over there, then i will likely follow suit.

been poking around here off and on for a while.

i really wish i could go to NY for the meet with you guys. maybe when i am actually ready to compete i will. work in progress.

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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #34 on: January 31, 2014, 08:21:54 PM »
ACC, if you ditch your journal over there, then i will likely follow suit.

been poking around here off and on for a while.

i really wish i could go to NY for the meet with you guys. maybe when i am actually ready to compete i will. work in progress.
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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #35 on: January 31, 2014, 08:23:40 PM »
yay!!  ;D  thanks for the impetus

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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #36 on: January 31, 2014, 08:31:03 PM »
work in progress.

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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #37 on: January 31, 2014, 08:32:31 PM »
ACC, if you ditch your journal over there, then i will likely follow suit.

been poking around here off and on for a while.

i really wish i could go to NY for the meet with you guys. maybe when i am actually ready to compete i will. work in progress.

Great to see you here!!  Not sure how far it is for you, but you could always come as a spectator if so inclined.   :)
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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #38 on: January 31, 2014, 08:35:11 PM »
ACC, if you ditch your journal over there, then i will likely follow suit.

been poking around here off and on for a while.

i really wish i could go to NY for the meet with you guys. maybe when i am actually ready to compete i will. work in progress.
Strong first post. :)

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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #39 on: January 31, 2014, 08:48:13 PM »
aw, howdy, flex!  :D

i live in southern new mexico, so it's quite a trip. when i am ready for competition, though, i plan on travelling to meet some of y'all and getting meets in while i am at it. i don't know how often people switch federations? the only active federation in NM and AZ is NASA.

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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #40 on: January 31, 2014, 10:54:29 PM »
Look it's Geek :) Hiya geek.

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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #41 on: February 03, 2014, 12:26:39 PM »
Welp...for those that don't read my journal; I fucked up my left shoulder today doing bench press.

Not sure WTF happened I was having a reasonably good day.  Did several singles with 295 no spotter then did some work with the slingshot; got 295 for 5, 315 for 3, then asked a guy for a spot and threw on 335.  Lowered it, paused it on chest, started pressing then somethign popped in my left shoulder. Excruciating pain and lost all stregnth.  I can barely move my arm.

This is a whole lotta 'not good'.

It feels exactly like what I did to my right shoulder back in 2010, and that pretty much killed my bench press for 2 solid years.

 :'(

So right now this comp is looking iffy for me.  Hate to say it...
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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #42 on: February 03, 2014, 12:31:08 PM »

This is a whole lotta 'not good'.

It feels exactly like what I did to my right shoulder back in 2010, and that pretty much killed my bench press for 2 solid years.



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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #43 on: February 03, 2014, 12:34:34 PM »
If that is the case, and you get it checked by a Doc, I expect you'd make the trip to drink beer and cheer the Competitors on.  They do also have a Squat only, or Deadlift Only division.  That will keep your head centered on competing and gaining.

Squat, Dead and give a token 135lb bench.

After all, Bando will probably out-bench both of us anyways...
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Re: RPS - New York State Powerlifting Championships; 2014.08.09
« Reply #44 on: February 03, 2014, 02:54:43 PM »
Welp...for those that don't read my journal; I fucked up my left shoulder today doing bench press.

Not sure WTF happened I was having a reasonably good day.  Did several singles with 295 no spotter then did some work with the slingshot; got 295 for 5, 315 for 3, then asked a guy for a spot and threw on 335.  Lowered it, paused it on chest, started pressing then somethign popped in my left shoulder. Excruciating pain and lost all stregnth.  I can barely move my arm.

This is a whole lotta 'not good'.

It feels exactly like what I did to my right shoulder back in 2010, and that pretty much killed my bench press for 2 solid years.

 :'(

So right now this comp is looking iffy for me.  Hate to say it...


Shoot man.  Hate to hear this!.....   But dont lose hope just yet.   Rest, and rehab can do some amazing things.


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