I had a log here before and lost the discipline to keep it. I am training for an RPS meet on in late January. My life has been pretty hectic lately and this meets really important for me. I am going to total 1500 at 242, I did 1235 last april at a really light 220. Im battling some health problems now but I dont really care. My best lifts recently are 455x2 squat with no wraps, a 585 dead, and I can't remember my best bench.
Close grip incline(paused)
Fly machine 3x20-25
Heavy barbell and hammer curls for sets of 6-8
Last edited by squatter69; 11-25-2012 at 05:53 PM.
Had some ulcer troubles yesterday, threw up my breakfast all over my laptop but managed to get a second one down.
385x8 really easily couldve down 12-13
Leg curls 3x-15-20
Gonna try and blast 405x8 next week that shouldnt be an issue at all
Close grip bench-250x8
BTN press 155x8 175x8 185x5
Incline skulls, tri-raise,rear delts, and pushdowns 3x10-50 reps
Have to play catchup here-
Barbell rows 225x5 275x5 315x5
Kirk shrugs, chinups, back raises, and abs heavy on everything
Incline barbbell 3x8
Squats 405x8 incredibly easy
hack squats worked up to 5 plates cant remember how many
Leg curls 4x15-25
leg ext 2x high reps
Close grip floor press 240x8
BTN press worked up to 205x3
Extensions to nose worked uo 185x6
Pushdowns, rear and lateral raises, all high reps
Bench press 285x8
Incline dumbbell 3 sets of 30-15 reps
Hammer curls I know I worked up to 85s for 8, which I thought was cool
Preachers 3x8-12, plus 1x20 bottom end partials
Leg curl/leg ex 3 sets of real high reps plus partials
Standing abs 3x3-5 heavy
Close grip bench 225x18 HUGE pr
BTN press 135x12 155x12 175x8
Laterals 2 1 minute sets plus partials
Pushdowns, extensions to nose, and facepulls
Barbell rows 185x6, 225x6, 275x6, 315x6
Chinups 3 sets to failure different grips
Cable rows, hypers, standing abs
I also wanted to point out at my last meet my final lifts were-
I can do all of those lifts for around 8 reps now, and that was in april
Good to see you back to posting a log pimple.
Incline Barbell wide grip
2 plates x25
3 plates x15
3 plates+25 x12
3x20-30 reps heavy
Extensions to nose
Close grip incline
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LOL nice spam. Missed an entire week of posting pretty much so this will be a long one.
Last week squats-
Leg ext/leg curls/abs
Close grip bench
Dumbbell shoulder press
Side raises, pushdowns, extensions, rear delts
Pullovers and abs
Leg ext/leg curl 3x high reps
Close grip bench press
Lateral raise machine,pushdowns, skulls, rear delt flies all high reps
Last edited by squatter69; 01-02-2013 at 07:10 PM.