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Old 10-28-2010, 03:21 AM
arian11 arian11 is offline
arian11 is 500 deadlift achieved, time for a 500 squat!
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10/27/10 - Heavy Squat & Dynamic Deadlift

Squat
225x1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkMFd8DbrbE
205x3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcQJpw5hOpw
205x3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0ghqzlEWA4

Deadlift
225x1 for 8 sets (I think) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3n6Shb8GsdA

Lets see, had an even harder 10 hour work day today. Working in some billionaire's mansion in Miami. Have to demolish and take out the air handlers inside and the units on the roof and then put in new ones. So today consisted of carrying tool boxes and gas tanks inside and on the roof. Didn't help that they had 2 stories of spiral staircases to get up there. Lets just say my forearms, feet, calves, and body were drained. Still workout felt pretty good. I believe I went lower in my squat on the triples than the single but still looks like parallel. Let me know what you think. Deadlift felt surprisingly quick for how tired I was and doing it after squatting. I felt fastest about midway through the sets but have to go back and really look at it to see how much my speed dropped. Anyways, let me know what mistakes you see in my form and technique. Any help is appreciated. My knees seem to go past my toes in my squat, which I'll have to try and fix by sitting back more. I'm done blabbing. Ate some rice and fish, time for bed so I can be recovered for more work tomorrow.
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Squat: 463 Bench: 275 Deadlift: 529 Total: 1262

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