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Post  Admin on Fri Mar 16, 2012 12:50 am

380 bench


385 LIME


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Re: LIME the title

Post  Admin on Fri Mar 16, 2012 9:26 pm

squats
95x10
165x5
225x3
275x2
325x2
365x2
405x2
405x3

pull ups
x8
45x8
90x4
ham curls
110x10
140x10
210 (whole rack for lulz) x4

DB curl
30x12
40x10
50x8

bench press
275x1 for lulz because of a friend


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Re: LIME the title

Post  KelvinAlvy on Fri Mar 16, 2012 10:52 pm

lol calm down dude

I don't know if I would consider that a bench press, but you seem stronger than usual so I am jelly

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Re: LIME the title

Post  Admin on Sat Mar 17, 2012 5:41 pm

isnt your PR 385?

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Re: LIME the title

Post  KelvinAlvy on Sat Mar 17, 2012 11:45 pm

Admin wrote:isnt your PR 385?

you probably know it better than me
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Post  Admin on Sun Mar 18, 2012 8:32 pm

bench
135x10
185x5
235x5
285x5

damn.... that max took a lot out of me, these felt quite unstable for deloading weight

seated press
95x5
115x8
135x8

dips
3x15

squat
95x10
165x5
225x5
275x5
325x5

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Re: LIME the title

Post  KelvinAlvy on Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:36 am

so what's the verdict on the incline work
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Post  Admin on Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:43 am

I am going to go off on a limb here and say that it caused a delayed transformation on my bench press; originally lowering my strength on the bench press, but eventually carrying a positive effect after I had significantly adapted to the new pattern.

As such, my previous assertion about the incline press appears to have been wrong and I am a huge phaggot.

It is also possible that either the dips or the floor presses were responsible for this gain, so its too preliminary to say for sure.

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Post  KelvinAlvy on Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:50 am

Admin wrote:I am going to go off on a limb here and say that it caused a delayed transformation on my bench press; originally lowering my strength on the bench press, but eventually carrying a positive effect after I had significantly adapted to the new pattern.

As such, my previous assertion about the incline press appears to have been wrong and I am a huge phaggot.



It is also possible that either the dips or the floor presses were responsible for this gain, so its too preliminary to say for sure.

Do you think it's possible that since your introductory weeks of incline benching lead only to efficiency gains rather than muscular ones? I couldn't imagine you pressing 225 on the incline to lead to any strength gains, and in turn it detrained your pressing a bit (also the drop of the decline)?

Then recently as you got better at the movement and are pushing in the upper 2's you saw some carryover again?

edit: phuck.... that's exactly what you said lol
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Post  Admin on Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:51 am

KelvinAlvy wrote:
Admin wrote:I am going to go off on a limb here and say that it caused a delayed transformation on my bench press; originally lowering my strength on the bench press, but eventually carrying a positive effect after I had significantly adapted to the new pattern.

As such, my previous assertion about the incline press appears to have been wrong and I am a huge phaggot.

It is also possible that either the dips or the floor presses were responsible for this gain, so its too preliminary to say for sure.

Do you think it's possible that since your introductory weeks of incline benching lead only to efficiency gains rather than muscular ones? I couldn't imagine you pressing 225 on the incline to lead to any strength gains, and in turn it detrained your pressing a bit (also the drop of the decline)?

Then recently as you got better at the movement and are pushing in the upper 2's you saw some carryover again?

congratulations on defining "delayed transformation"

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Re: LIME the title

Post  KelvinAlvy on Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:54 am

[quote="Admin"][quote="KelvinAlvy"]
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congratulations on defining "delayed transformation"

I am not good with the jargon lol

I read those books and get a general understanding but I cannot remember all that bullchit
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Post  Admin on Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:55 am

I have only read about 75 pages of that supertraining book. Need to get on that.....

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Post  KelvinAlvy on Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:57 am

Admin wrote:I have only read about 75 pages of that supertraining book. Need to get on that.....

that book is too much real life for me
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Post  Admin on Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:01 am

I dont want to to half ass read it... so when it gets annoyingly complex I just stop.

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Re: LIME the title

Post  KelvinAlvy on Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:08 am

are you going to try for medical school?
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Post  Admin on Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:22 am

idk.... lol.. its hard

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Re: LIME the title

Post  KelvinAlvy on Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:38 am

lazyness
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Re: LIME the title

Post  Admin on Tue Mar 20, 2012 4:04 pm

squats
115x2x5
195x5
275x3
355x1
425x1
475x2 <----- both high. both could have been taken to depth and completed. idk what to do about depth on heavy weight

DB curls
35x8
50x5
70x2 because


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Re: LIME the title

Post  KelvinAlvy on Tue Mar 20, 2012 11:37 pm

okay I am going to be explicit this time since you didn't get me last time

You need to be more aggressive on the first rep. On your sets of 3+ you squat the first rep like you just did and gradually get the feel/descend faster

Idk if you are thinking of the last rep during the first and trying to conserve energy or some chit but it leads to bad habits
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Post  Admin on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:24 am

Its not like I am doing it on purpose.

The first rep is completely different than the rest of my reps. It feels COMPLETELY different descending on the first rep. My body feels "locked" on the first rep, and as my set goes on I feel like the lock begins to lighten up. I dont know how to fix it.

So what should I do? 500 or not?

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Post  KelvinAlvy on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:27 am

Admin wrote:Its not like I am doing it on purpose.

The first rep is completely different than the rest of my reps. It feels COMPLETELY different descending on the first rep. My body feels "locked" on the first rep, and as my set goes on I feel like the lock begins to lighten up. I dont know how to fix it.

So what should I do? 500 or not?

I think it is psychological more than anything, but I suppose it could have turned into a motor pattern or w/e. I think it is because you are either subconsciously afraid of failing or injuring yourself

Step 1 stop squatting in front of a mirror
Step 2 harden the phuck up

500 is up to you. If you do it, just make sure to commit on the descent
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Post  Admin on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:29 am

1. Dropping the mirror on the day I max out would be retarded.

2. I am not afraid of anything when I am squatting on a conscious level, I just cant go fast, my body wont let me

3. What do I do next week? 490? 500? 750?

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Re: LIME the title

Post  KelvinAlvy on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:30 am

Admin wrote:1. Dropping the mirror on the day I max out would be retarded.

I mean long-term fix, but so is knowing you are going to squat terrible

[quote]2. I am not afraid of anything when I am squatting on a conscious level, I just cant go fast, my body wont let me[quote]

you are delusional it will let you

3. What do I do next week?

If I were you I would just do the 500 and pray I go to depth, assuming you feel ready
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Post  Admin on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:33 am

tell me how to make my body go fast then?

Lol, the most nerve wrecking thing is going to be looking as the camera wondering if I hit depth or not when I do it....

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Re: LIME the title

Post  KelvinAlvy on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:43 am

Admin wrote:tell me how to make my body go fast then?

Lol, the most nerve wrecking thing is going to be looking as the camera wondering if I hit depth or not when I do it....

Practice and you gotta lose the fear of failing in my opinion. You are clearly strong enough to squat 500

lawlll you definitely gotta work without a mirror* and get some consistency
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