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Re: Greg's Lifting Journal
« Reply #435 on: November 07, 2018, 12:12:14 PM »
This morning I completed Sheiko Bench 3-Day (1_1_B) as follows:

Shoulder Rehab - Red micro bands

Bench Press  5-45, 4-185, 3-215, 5x2 @ 245

Superset:
Dips  5x5 @ BW + 30
Incline DB BP  5x8 @ 55

Superset:
Skull Crushers  6-75, 4x6 @ 65
Decline Situps  3x10

Bodyweight: 211.2 Pounds (Down 11.0 pounds from 222.2 on 7/9)

Workout Duration: 0:49:20.65 h:mm:ss.ms (with 1:00 rest between sets)

Good workout today.  My problematic left shoulder was sore going into the workout but it felt OK and let me get all of my sets and reps in.  I'm thinking maybe the SlingShot sets aggravated it the other day.  All in all a good chest and triceps blast workout.
If you don't find the limit you don't have to answer that question...you have no limit.
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If in doubt, squat and run hills. So you walk into the gym and don't know what to do? Then squat and run hills. -Wendler

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Re: Greg's Lifting Journal
« Reply #436 on: November 09, 2018, 11:53:27 AM »
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Last night I completed a supplemental workout at Untamed Strength as follows:

SSB Squats  3-65, 3-155, 3-205, 3-245, 3-265, 3-280, 3-270

Superset:
Hack Squat Sled  7-90, 5-140, 5-140
Multi-Grip Chins  7, 7, 7

DB BOLR  3x10 @ 15

Bodyweight: 211.2 Pounds (Down 11.0 pounds from 222.2 on 7/9)

Workout Duration: 0:31:41.99 h:mm:ss.ms (with 1:00 rest between sets)

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This morning I completed Sheiko Bench 3-Day (1_1_C) as follows:

Shoulder Rehab - Red micro bands

Bench Press  5-45, 3-135, 3-185, 3-215, 3-245, 4x2 @ 275

SSB Squats  3-45, 3-135, 2-185, 2-225, 5x4 @ 260

Pin Bench Press  3-155, 3-185, 3-215, 4x2 @ 230

Superset:
Lat Pulldowns  4x8 @ 115
Weighted Hypers  4x8 @ 50

Bodyweight: 211.2 Pounds (Down 11.0 pounds from 222.2 on 7/9)

Workout Duration: 1:11:37.73 h:mm:ss.ms (with 1:00 rest between sets)

Good couple of workouts.  Last night my wife suggested that I go ahead and go down to Untamed Strength.  It was a "rest" day but I figured what the hell, I'll take advantage of the offer and go on down.  I didn't realize I was doing squats today so I went ahead and did them last night as well as trying out the new EliteFTS hack sled that Alan bought.  It was a quick but effective workout and I could feel it in my quads.

This morning I looked at my Sheiko workout and realized I had more squats on tap. :D  They felt good though and today's workout was great.  Bench felt pretty good.  Both shoulder were a litle sore but the lifting still felt pretty damn good.

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« Last Edit: November 09, 2018, 12:01:16 PM by ptreyesgreg »
If you don't find the limit you don't have to answer that question...you have no limit.
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If in doubt, squat and run hills. So you walk into the gym and don't know what to do? Then squat and run hills. -Wendler

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Re: Greg's Lifting Journal
« Reply #437 on: November 11, 2018, 12:58:52 PM »
This morning I completed Madcow 531 (C33_3A) as follows:

Shoulder Rehab - Red micro bands

SSB Squats  3-45, 3-150, 3-175, 2-225, 1-250, 3x2 @ 280

Superset:
Bench Press  5-45, 3-140, 3-165, 2-205, 2-235, 3x2 @ 260
Barbell Rows  5-115, 5-135, 5-170, 5-190, 3x2 @ 215

Superset:
Weighted Hypers  2x8 w/ 55 Pounds
Weighted Decline Situps  4x10 w/ 35 Pounds

Bodyweight: 212.8 Pounds (Down 9.4 pounds from 222.2 on 7/9)

Workout Duration: 1:07:47.05 h:mm:ss.ms (with 1:00 rest between sets)

Great workout today.  I continued with my plan of alternating weeks of Madcow 531 with Sheiko and this was a 531 week.  Both SSB squats and bench felt strong.

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If you don't find the limit you don't have to answer that question...you have no limit.
- Brian Shaw

If in doubt, squat and run hills. So you walk into the gym and don't know what to do? Then squat and run hills. -Wendler

My Blog: https://slavinstrength.wordpress.com/