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Old 12-12-2010, 09:43 PM
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Looking amazing. I'm glad you're getting back to some powerlifting though. Do you have a meet and goals for each lift set in mind yet?
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my strength is so crapped out right now honestly it's just to get back to where i was in 6 months time and then start thinking about a meet
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my strength is so crapped out right now honestly it's just to get back to where i was in 6 months time and then start thinking about a meet
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my strength is so crapped out right now honestly it's just to get back to where i was in 6 months time and then start thinking about a meet
just a matter of time...the break from competition will be good for you...that way when you flip the switch...you don't blow the breaker
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Old 12-14-2010, 04:58 AM
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I know many of you have been awaiting the re-release of Unleashed and I'm happy to report that it is finished and available for pre-order!
To place a pre-order please send $30 ($ 40for orders outside of the US) to dvdunleashed@gmail.com through PayPal (www.paypal.com). In the comment section please provide your address and the name of the person that the DVD is for. All pre-ordered DVDs will be signed and individualized for the person specified with the order. The pre-order will last for a few weeks after which time this deal will no longer be available. If you have any questions please send them to dvdunleashed@gmail.com

I should receive the DVD's from the manufacturer sometime late next week and will ship out all pre-orders as soon as I get them in, thus making this a great potential holiday gift.

here is a link to the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ju7IdnQ2AxU%EF%BB%BF

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Old 12-18-2010, 02:15 AM
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A lil' update. Sitting right now at 198-199 lbs and energy is pretty much back. Carbs are up to 280. Strength still slowly coming around, hopefully it picks up in the coming weeks and as my joints heal up
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Old 12-18-2010, 03:48 PM
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I'm curious why your joints are hurting? I would think the decreased strength pre-contest would give your joints somewhat of a break. Maybe all the cardio?
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had a real good leg day today.

2 weeks ago I did 455 on squats for a set of 3, then 2 sets of 2 and it was really ugly. Part of it was still being weak from the diet and another part is me re-learning the squat form from not doing squats as much during the late part of prep.

So this week I decided to go in and just go by feel.

sets went:

1-135 X 12
2-185 X 9
3-245 X 6
4-295 X 4
5-345 X 2
6-385 X 1
7-425 X 1 (last warm up)
8-455 X 3 (felt solid, much better than last time)
9-465 X 3 (again felt real solid)
10-475 X 3 (great set)

so I decided f*** it and put 495 on and just decided to try for 1 or 2 and I hit it for 3 really solid reps. Probably could have gotten another 1 or 2 but wanted to make sure my form was completely solid before I start pushing it with weights close to max. Definitely a PR for this bodyweight (around 202 lbs)

Then after that I did rack good mornings (set the pins right above parallel and you get under the bar and have to move it from a dead stop, brutal)

did 3 set of 5 with 405 with that, really felt good.

also did calves, leg extension, and 2 sets of leg curl to finish up.

great workout, first time I felt like my 'offseason' self again
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Old 12-31-2010, 08:42 PM
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Nice job man! Beastly squat weights!
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had a decent night tonight. After hitting 495 for a solid 3 on squat 2 weeks ago and 455 X 3 on box squat on a low box so I had been looking forward to squatting again this week. So tonight here is how I worked up:

1-135 X 12
2-185 X 9
3-245 X 6
4-295 X 4
5-345 X 2
6-385 X 1
7-425 X 1
8-465 X 1
working sets:
505 X 3 First rep was super sloppy, I went down too far and hit the pins and when that happened I let my air out and this caused me to pitch too far forward and I struggled to push it through. I actually laughed out loud at the top after the first rep because I knew I could get it easy, but I had fouled up by getting too amped before the set, so I calmed down and hit a solid 2nd rep, and then a 3rd rep but it was pretty sloppy as well because I was so fatigued from the struggle on the first rep.

I decided that I would go for 515 X 3 because I knew I did everything wrong on the first set and still hit it for 3.

I calmed myself down for this set, probably too much so because I actually was a bit slow out of the hole and again pitched forward too much. I hit 3 reps and even though they weren't perfect they were still better than the set of 505 for 3. I finished up with a set of 455 X 5 which was pretty solid.

Finished up with some single leg extensions, calves and glute ham raises. Worked up to bodyweight + 35 lbs for 5 reps.


I feel like my strength is there, I just need to work out my mechanics and really keeping my breathe in and staying upright in the hole
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