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Old 02-27-2012, 02:42 AM   #182 (permalink)
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I have been focusing on stretching more this week and I am seeing some huge gains on my side split. I am pretty close to being to have my legs flat, from what I can tell there is roughly 6 inches to drop below I can accomplish this feat!

I attribute the gains to diligence and a 70lb dumbell.

I could add weight to it and get it to 80-100 lbs and work just a little more and I think I'll do this tomorrow. Every little bit helps. I if I have to I can bring the dumbell to the gym one of these days and add more than 100 lbs, I would feel safe that way.

The beauty of the weight assist is if it hurts after the time I allot for it I just drop the dumbell to the floor.

I got a bit of good news, my right hand felt great last night when I attempted a dead-lift session. I wore my lifting belt and punched out 80 lifts @ 170 pounds. I did this in 2 sets of 25 & 15. It seems I had a great deal of endurance left from all of the lifts I have done prior. I never really did any heavy numbers like the 25 and 15 so I totally shocked myself.

I tried a short run with a friend tonight we went out a mile and on the return my left quad muscle cramped up bad. It hurt like hell just walking on it. So much for running anytime in the near future.
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