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    Quote Originally Posted by tjoe View Post
    NEVER would have guessed you are 61! Awesome and very inspirational!

    77 year old guy... Awesome as well! I recall a PL meet I went to once and a guy competed in all 3 lifts at I believe 93! He had the loudest applause the whole day. I love that stuff.

    Genetics rule... damn right! I like how you mentioned doing the exercises you like and enjoying the gym. After my week off I am ready to hit the training again and I was doubting what I wanted to do. This sums it up for me. Do what I like!

    Great posts up there. Thanks!
    Thanks tjoe.
    If I could get guys to think about one thing it's think about looking at bodybuilding/training as a life long lifestyle and find ways to do it that is enjoyable.
    Do it like that and someone can lift for life.

    Life is too short I think to spend money and time on what you do not enjoy.

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    8/22

    Still a bit of issue on direct triceps moves.
    Having to take it easy and back off a bit on weights.
    The issue I noticed is impacting biceps exercise.

    Incline dumbbell curls 12/12/10/8 30 - 45lbs

    Cable forward triceps extensions. 12/12/10/10 80-100lbs. * still a bit of issue on direct triceps moves.
    Triceps rope push downs 12/12/10 60 - 90s

    StairMaster HIIT 12 minutes
    Treadmill HIIT 12 minutes

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    8/28

    Wide stance leg presses 15/12/10/10 265-700lbs
    Leg extensions 12/12/12 120-160


    Wrist roller 100-160lbs three sets
    45lbs plate pinches- one minute

    Ab roller
    Planks
    Crunches
    Roman Chair

    StairMaster HIIT 10 minutes
    Treadmill HIIT 13 minute

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    9/5

    Incline bench presses - 10/10/10/8/8 90-190lbs
    Shoulder seated barbell military press 10/10/8/8 90-195lbs
    Smith Incline Shoulder Raise 10/10/10 145 - 200lbs. Serratus Anterior target.
    One arm lateral raises 10/10 30-40lbs

    Close grip bench press 10/10/10/10 155-235bs

    StairMaster HIIT 11 minutes
    Treadmill HIIT 11 minute

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    9/8

    Close stance squats 12/10/10/8 155-370 lbs.
    STDLs 12/10/10/8 155- 305lbs.

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    9/11

    Wide stance hack squats 12/12/12/10 255- 520lbs
    Close stance leg presses 12/12/12/10 245-700lbs
    Single leg presses 12/12/12 165 - 265lbs

    Standing hamstring curls
    10/10/10/10 90-140lbs

    Standing calve raises
    20/20/20/20 240-480lbs

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    Smith incline shoulder raise...

    For some reason, I'm having trouble picturing this one.
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    Open 242 (weighed 235) 534.6/385.8/644.8 T = 1565.2

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjoe View Post
    Smith incline shoulder raise...

    For some reason, I'm having trouble picturing this one.
    Me too

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjoe View Post
    Smith incline shoulder raise...

    For some reason, I'm having trouble picturing this one.

    http://www.exrx.net/WeightExercises/...lderRaise.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daibhí O'Buadain View Post
    Makes perfect sense . I'm going to add them may make a difference on stage

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    interesting.
    coming from a lot of PL background and trying to keep the upper arm "planted in the shoulder socket", I have a hard time with this one. Not saying ti wouldn't work or have some benefit, but its the complete opposite of what I normally try to do.
    thanks for the video!
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    9/15

    Incline bench presses - 10/10/10/8/8 90-190lbs
    Shoulder seated barbell military press 10/10/8/8 90-195lbs
    Smith Incline Shoulder Raise 10/10/10 145 - 200lbs
    One arm lateral raises 10/10 30-40lbs

    Close grip bench press 10/10/10/10 155-235bs

    StairMaster HIIT 11 minutes
    Treadmill HIIT 11 minute

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegoon View Post
    Makes perfect sense . I'm going to add them may make a difference on stage
    Let me know if you like them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daibhí O'Buadain View Post
    Let me know if you like them.

    I did them today . I really liked them , it took a few sets to really feel the serratus but then damn. Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegoon View Post
    I did them today . I really liked them , it took a few sets to really feel the serratus but then damn. Thank you
    Glad to read it.
    Your welcome.

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    Bowden is strong.
    Confirm what I already know

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    9/18

    Playing around with lighter weights and higher reps, mostly in the 12 rep range

    Close stance squats 12/12/12 135-370 lbs.
    Wide stance leg presses 15/12/12 265-640lbs
    Single leg leg presses 15/12/12 135-255lbs

    STDLs 12/12/10/ 160 - 315lbs
    Standing hamstring curls 12/12/12 90-140lbs

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