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    looks like you got some strong legs
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKillerOfSaints View Post
    looks like you got some strong legs
    Thanks.
    I have been lucky over the 30+ years that I have been training as to lower body injuries.
    I have never suffered a serious lower body training injury and at 53 my knees are still in good shape.

    Unlike my upper body that has suffered from many training injuries.
    One of them a few years ago that wrecked my shoulder.
    They have caught up to me and reduced what I can hit now with any upper body lift.

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    Today's workout

    Cable curls
    5 sets 2/4 tempo
    15/12/10/8/6

    Hammer curls - twist at top of rom
    50(10) 60(10) 70(10)

    Wrist curls
    90(10) 110(10)

    Standing Calve raises
    240(20) 340(15) 440(15)

    Seated Calve raises
    90(20) 135(20) 185(15) 210(15)

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    Today's workout

    SLDL's
    135(12) 225(10) 285(8) 305(8) 285(10) 265(10)

    Standing military press
    65(12) 85(10) 155(6) 135(8) 115(10)

    Wide grip barbell upright rows
    65(12) 85(10) 135(8) 115(10)

    Cage Shrugs
    135(12) 235(10) 330(6) 310(8) 290(10)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBowden View Post
    Today's workout

    Incline barbell bench press
    135(12) 185(10) 230(6) 210(6) 185(8) 165(8) 135(12)

    Incline dumb bell flys
    55(10) 65(10) 70(10)

    Close grip bench press
    135(12) 185(10) 230(6) 210(8) 190(8) 185(10) 165(12)

    Back squats
    12(135) 10(225) 8(315) 6(405) 6(385) 8(365) 8(345) 10(325) 8(315)

    Great sessions as of late Sir!

    Those squats look awesome, lots of volume and I imagine intensity!

    I wish you and yours all the best this holiday season!

    All my best from the Great White North!

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    Today's workout.
    *Training note.
    Today I noticed a bit of tenderness in my left biceps tendon area.

    Dumb bell rows
    100(12) 110(10) 130(8) 120(10) 110(12)

    Nautlus machine pull-over
    6 sets

    Rear delts
    Reverse flys
    45(12) 50(10) 55(10) 50(8)

    Barbell curls
    65(15) 85(10) 135(6) 115(8) 105(10) 85(10)

    Abs - crunches- 60 with a 25 pound plate

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    Quote Originally Posted by YukonCrazy View Post
    Great sessions as of late Sir!

    Those squats look awesome, lots of volume and I imagine intensity!

    I wish you and yours all the best this holiday season!

    All my best from the Great White North!



    Quoted for truth!
    Thanks Yukon.

    Same to you and yours this holiday season.

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    Today's workout

    Incline barbell bench press
    135(12) 185(10) 235(6) 215(6) 195(8) 175(8) 155(12)

    Incline dumb bell flys
    55(12) 75(8) 65(10)

    Close grip bench press
    135(12) 185(10) 230(6) 210(8) 190(8) 185(10) 165(12)

    Back squats
    12(135) 10(225) 8(315) 6(405) 6(385) 8(365) 8(345) 10(325) 8(315)

    Seated calve raises
    90(20) 135(20) 185(15) 210(15)

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    nice work in here dbowden!!

    hope you and your family had a good holiday!!

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    Today's workout

    SLDL's
    135(12) 225(10) 275(10) 305(8) 285(10) 265(10)

    Standing military press
    65(12) 85(10) 155(6) 135(8) 115(10)

    Wide grip barbell upright rows
    65(12) 85(10) 135(8) 115(10)

    Cage Shrugs
    135(12) 235(10) 330(6) 310(8) 290(10)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG BRI View Post
    nice work in here dbowden!!

    hope you and your family had a good holiday!!
    Thanks.

    Same to you.

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    Today's workout

    Incline barbell bench press
    135(12) 185(10) 235(6) 215(6) 195(8) 175(8) 155(12)

    Close grip bench press
    135(12) 185(10) 230(6) 210(8) 190(8) 185(10) 165(12)

    Back squats
    12(135) 10(225) 10(315) 6(415) 8(375) 8(355) 10(335) 10(315) 12(295)

    Standing calve raises
    240(20) 340(15) 440(12)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBowden View Post
    Today's workout

    Incline barbell bench press
    135(12) 185(10) 235(6) 215(6) 195(8) 175(8) 155(12)

    Close grip bench press
    135(12) 185(10) 230(6) 210(8) 190(8) 185(10) 165(12)

    Back squats
    12(135) 10(225) 10(315) 6(415) 8(375) 8(355) 10(335) 10(315) 12(295)

    Standing calve raises
    240(20) 340(15) 440(12)
    What do you feel the benefit of pyramiding your weights from light to heavy back to light?

    Great session!
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    Today's workout

    SLDL's
    135(12) 225(10) 275(10) 305(8) 285(10) 265(10)

    Standing military press
    65(12) 85(10) 155(7) 135(8) 115(10)

    Wide grip barbell upright rows
    65(12) 85(10) 135(8) 115(10)

    Cage Shrugs
    135(12) 235(10) 330(6) 310(10) 290(12)

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    Quote Originally Posted by YukonCrazy View Post
    What do you feel the benefit of pyramiding your weights from light to heavy back to light?

    Great session!
    Thanks.

    I have been working out like that for years.
    I think it helps me maintain the intensity as the set progresses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBowden View Post
    Thanks.

    I have been working out like that for years.
    I think it helps me maintain the intensity as the set progresses.
    I like this way of training from light to heavy to light, its kind of like shocking the muscle with a lightweight then a heavyweight and back to a lightweight.
    Where as most people do light to heavy and finish there.
    Bench/140kg,Squat/170kg,Deadlift/200kg,Closed 300lb Gripper & COC 3

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    did you try db upright rows?
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