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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2012 5:16 am 
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Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:
Go 5kg.


That's what I've done :p got 6 cycles written up just for a rough idea of when I'll be lifting heavy ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2012 5:19 am 
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If you feel shit on the day you can always drop it back to 2.5, but personally I think 2.5 is a little too conservative if you're following the programme as it's laid out.

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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
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Yeah that's what I thought, I may have to resist making it heavier for myself lol, especially on deload weeks! I'm excited about this :)

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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
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hey mate how you doing ? I read you shifting from 5x5 to a diff program ! all the best and do post the detailed review of workouts so that when i switch i exactly know what i have to do ;)


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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
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well I wasn't actually on 5x5 but yeah I'm trying out 5/3/1 in the new year :) doing loads of bodyweight stuff until then :) all good here matey! you alright?? I'll check by your log in a bit :)

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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
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At times I enjoy this bodyweight stuff but I'm really missing heavy deadlifts waaah, 2 and a half more weeks eh! :/

chin ups
x9 PB ;)
x6
x5 wide grip
x5 wide grip

feet up (high) push ups x 5 (was too high so..)
lowered but still feet up x 12
one armed push ups x 3... (per arm)
superset diamond push ups x 15

Spartan push ups
x 15
x 15
x 15

band ohp x 15
dumbbell ohp reps are per arm
15 Kg x 10 (felt a bit of pain in my right shoulder :s so stopped here.. annoying)

band curls
band tricep extensions

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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
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Its fun at times i started the 100 days 100 push up challenge and managed to do it till day 48 , that was some badass workout very fun to do and i manage some decent chest strength as in i could do upto 37 push ups at once which is pretty cool for me , but i wasnt doing any other workout with it .


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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
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I think I'd miss the heavy stuff too much !!

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Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:
I think I'd miss the heavy stuff too much !!


I totally am right now :(

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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
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Just think of it as a wee break for your body, then when you get back into the heavy stuff you'll be ready to knock down doors mate!

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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
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... and a very happy Christmas to you, your girlfriend, family and bats as well mate.

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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
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Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:
... and a very happy Christmas to you, your girlfriend, family and bats as well mate.

Hey thanks James :) and a merry christmas to you your mrs and your 2 little cuties :)

won't be doing anymore training until the 7th now, I got bored with bodyweight stuff plus I'll be drinking a fair bit from tomorrow onwards baha

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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
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haha, have a few for me mate itll make up for me not drinking!

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Nice routine man.
Nice to read in kg, easier for us here too.
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 Post subject: Re: Rossco's log!
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dresende wrote:
Nice routine man.
Nice to read in kg, easier for us here too.
cheers from Brazil


hey there :) cheerssss, shame Kg doesn't sound as heavy as pounds :p

So I've just ordered a 145Kg olympic barbell, was going to wait till the summer but I spoke to some sales advisors that had put the barbell almost at half price for a boxing day sale... stoked!
This means when I start 5/3/1 I can do my deadlift/military press days at home, I'm also getting some squat stands and a bench next pay day, not to mention I have a pullup bar at home everythings magic ;)

anyone that's really familiar with wendlers 5/3/1 wanna clear something up for me?
for assistance exercises I was thinking of sticking to 4 sets 8-10 reps, this would include: dips, chins, curls, tri extensions, lunges etc. wendler does say it doesn't really matter and not to dwell too much on assistance but I feel I should have some idea of what I'll do.

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