Getting Serious about Getting Big

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BeansNBroccoli
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Re: Getting Serious about Getting Big

#256 Postby BeansNBroccoli » Wed Mar 25, 2015 8:31 am

I've been on this program for three whole weeks now and I only just got through the squat session all the way through for the first time this week. Tuesdays are really tough for me, scheduling-wise, and I usually end up home ~2hrs later than other days. I got through the first half, had to take a quick break to go pick my partner up from work, then got through the second half as best as I could after I had already cooled down and started to get a little sore. It wasn't the prettiest, but I got it done. Whew.


24MARCH2015

Squat
3x30.8kg
3x40kg
3x56kg
3x66.8kg
5x4x76.8kg

Bench Press
3x22.8kg
3x32.8kg
5x4x42kg

Deadlift
3x62.8kg
3x72.8.8kg
5x4x84.8kg

Box Squat
3x5x70.8kg
3 x Cluster of 5 "singles" x 76.8kg

(INTERMISSION)

Front Squat
5x5x48kg

Bulgarian SS
5x5x42kg

Leg Extension (w/2 sec hold at peak, toes pointed)
5x5x38.8kg

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asparagus
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Re: Getting Serious about Getting Big

#257 Postby asparagus » Tue Jul 28, 2015 8:26 pm

Hey Beans -

Glad to see you're still at it. Get Strong!
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