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post #411 of 500 (permalink) Old 05-13-2009, 02:22 PM Thread Starter
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You could say I am a god of strict overhead pressing.
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Why is your strict press so high? It seems high compared to your bench.




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I'm not really sure, but I'd say it dates back to when I was younger starting off, instead of being a curl and bench monkey, I was a curl and DB press monkey.

It's my only really respectable lift, and I don't know why, I never focuse don it or shit.

Also for some reason it is way too close to my max Push press or jerk, both of which are 80kg. I'd say at this stage I could hit a 75kg Strict.
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That's weird but good work nonetheless.
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Today was failzilla
BOR
60kg x 3
80kg x 3
95kg x 3
80kg x 3


Bench
60kg x 8
80kg x 3
92.5 x 2 +assist
80kg x 3
85kg x 3
60kg x 15 or 16

Squat
60kg x 3
80kg x 3
95kg x 3
107.5kg x 2 +fail

Hanging knee raises
x 18
x 15
x 15

Hypers
+10kg x 10, 8, 8
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Isn't that a PR for bench? And we both were squatting ~108KG today... cept I did 3x3




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Meh, not really. I don't consider 92.5kg x 2 a PR when I pressed 90kg x 3 x 3 a week before.

I'm kinda at a loss for what to do, seems pointless to finish when two of my lifts have plateaud. Bummed I didn't hit my 110kg x 3 squat or 95kg x 3 bench, but I guess there is always the 140kg x 3 DL to get.

Also I coulda done 3 x 4 or 4 x 3 if I wore a belt.....duh.
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Ya, well, you're not a noob to lifting, so you can't really expect to keep increasing your lifts every week. You have to be consistent and gains will come slowly.

After I finish my little program I'm going to do 531, you looked into that program at all?




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I doubt I'd jump straight into another program. I need to hammer my back to stop the rounding that has started on heavy deads and squats(actually keeping a narrower stance with feet pointed forward while sitting back further seems to fix back rounding on squats, but I can't handle as much weight that way) and start dumbbell benching to fix a strength imbalance.

I'm going to do something where I can focus on a lot of heavy pulling and back work, both upper and lower, and where I can fit in one endurance day a week.

Might want to do some unilateral leg work aswell.
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Well rounding of back generally means a weak core.




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