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re: Daily Strength Check-In

Posted on 5/1/18 at 3:35 pm to
Posted by Hu_Flung_Pu
Central, LA
Member since Jan 2013
22151 posts
Posted on 5/1/18 at 3:35 pm to
I don't know what to think about your post.

Posted by Rep520
Member since Mar 2018
10406 posts
Posted on 5/1/18 at 3:47 pm to
quote:

I don't know what to think about your post.


I know I'm scared to click that link.
Posted by StraightCashHomey21
Aberdeen,NC
Member since Jul 2009
125385 posts
Posted on 5/1/18 at 4:08 pm to
In the line of duty weighing 119lbs makes no sense
Posted by Hu_Flung_Pu
Central, LA
Member since Jan 2013
22151 posts
Posted on 5/1/18 at 4:18 pm to
I'm just thinking all that extra bulk from a 2.5lb to 14.5lb jump in TOTAL weight.
This post was edited on 5/1/18 at 4:19 pm
Posted by Rep520
Member since Mar 2018
10406 posts
Posted on 5/1/18 at 4:25 pm to
How is it possible to have weight plates, a bar and collars all weigh 14.5 LB? How would you even know that?

So many questions.
Posted by LSUSUPERSTAR
TX
Member since Jan 2005
16302 posts
Posted on 5/1/18 at 6:44 pm to
Just getting back in this week after 8 weeks off due to a stress fractured clavicle. Did 105 on deadlift. #gainz
Posted by Hu_Flung_Pu
Central, LA
Member since Jan 2013
22151 posts
Posted on 5/1/18 at 7:07 pm to
quote:

Did 105 on deadlift. #gainz


We gonna turn that 105 to a 501 in no time bro.
Posted by Bonkers119
Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2015
10109 posts
Posted on 5/1/18 at 7:23 pm to
Started P.H.U.L yesterday after running nSuns for three months. Bulked up in those 3 months, now its time to cut some for the Summer. Did 225 4x5 on Squat and then 315 4x5 on Deadlifts. Might need to separate Squat and Deadlift to two different days. Back to back is rough.
This post was edited on 5/1/18 at 7:25 pm
Posted by Earthmover
Central
Member since Jan 2013
450 posts
Posted on 5/1/18 at 8:01 pm to
Barbell bent over row
135 x 10
155 x 10
185 x 10
225 x 5
225 x 5
135 x 20
Bench
135 x 10
155 x 10
185 x 10
225 x 5
225 x 5
225 x 4 1/2 lol!
135 x 25
Under Hand grip fat man pull-ups / body rows / whatever they are called
10
15
20
25
Posted by Paedin
Tampa, Florida
Member since Apr 2012
2290 posts
Posted on 5/2/18 at 12:07 am to
Just setup a fresh sheet from the GSLP, using LSU777 aesthetics setup. I have the upper body of a 13 year old girl, so my bench stuff is weak AF, don't judge.

I run 3miles in the morning fasted every day Mon-Sat. Sunday for rest day.


Day 1, Week 1
Incline barbell bench
Bar x12
65 x8
75 x6
85 x5x5x13

Barbell Curl
30 x12x12

Close Grip bench
75 x10
85 x8
95 x5x5x10

Lat raise/facepulls
20 x10 / 2 x10
20 x10 / 2 x10

Deadlift
150 x10

Leg lifts
x10x10

Shrugs
25 x20x20
This post was edited on 5/2/18 at 12:09 am
Posted by Lobo Apple Sauce
Member since Sep 2014
388 posts
Posted on 5/2/18 at 8:49 am to
quote:

How is it possible to have weight plates, a bar and collars all weigh 14.5 LB? How would you even know that? 


I get that people assume things.  I assume things.

And, I don't own a scale, so am assuming on some things, i.e., eight (8) pounds for the bar and collars.  I might be off on my math too.  I base my estimations on a YORK chrome dumbbell set in 2.5 lbs. and 1.25 lbs.. 
Posted by JamesLang
Member since Mar 2018
388 posts
Posted on 5/2/18 at 8:52 am to
quote:

my bench stuff is weak AF, don't judge


Part of the reason I started this thread. There are guys in the gym and on here that are many times stronger than me. But if you are posting in here, then you are doing something to improve yourself. And that gets an attaboy from me.
Posted by Hu_Flung_Pu
Central, LA
Member since Jan 2013
22151 posts
Posted on 5/2/18 at 8:57 am to
quote:

But if you are posting in here, then you are doing something to improve yourself. And that gets an attaboy from me.





Can't get help if no one knows you need it.
Posted by LSUAlum2001
Stavro Mueller Beta
Member since Aug 2003
47119 posts
Posted on 5/2/18 at 9:03 am to
My approach is always low reps at ~85% 1RM for gaining strength on working sets. Less time in the gym, as well, compared to the alternative.

I do Crossfit and spend 1 hour 3x per week on Olympic lifts, too.

I don’t discriminate.
This post was edited on 5/2/18 at 9:16 am
Posted by MWP
Kingwood, TX via Monroe, LA
Member since Jul 2013
10396 posts
Posted on 5/2/18 at 9:05 am to
quote:

Might need to separate Squat and Deadlift to two different days. Back to back is rough.


I see some guys that do deads and squats together in the gym in the same workout. Frick that shite. Not me. Just doing one is brutal enough, but combining them. Nope. I separate them by at least 3 days.
Posted by lsu777
Lake Charles
Member since Jan 2004
30945 posts
Posted on 5/2/18 at 9:06 am to
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I run 3miles in the morning fasted every day Mon-Sat. Sunday for rest day


WHY???
Posted by Hu_Flung_Pu
Central, LA
Member since Jan 2013
22151 posts
Posted on 5/2/18 at 9:12 am to
quote:

see some guys that do deads and squats together in the gym in the same workout. Frick that shite. Not me. Just doing one is brutal enough, but combining them. Nope. I separate them by at least 3 days.



Unfortunately, that is what I was doing during meet prep. It worked though.

My deadlift was much better after doing squats. My legs were warmed up and I could get the feeling of what I'm supposed to do instead of an all back movement.
This post was edited on 5/2/18 at 9:14 am
Posted by Hu_Flung_Pu
Central, LA
Member since Jan 2013
22151 posts
Posted on 5/2/18 at 9:14 am to
quote:

WHY???


Some people just like to see the world burn.
Posted by lsu777
Lake Charles
Member since Jan 2004
30945 posts
Posted on 5/2/18 at 9:18 am to
all about the running if its something they love, but if it doesn't line up with your physique goals, then why do it.

3 miles 6 days a week is excessive anyways and unless someone is competing they should stop the wear and tear on the joints.
Posted by Rep520
Member since Mar 2018
10406 posts
Posted on 5/2/18 at 9:29 am to
My bench also lags heavily. I'm 6'3, 190 and have long arms and a narrow frame.

Certain lifts are gonna be harder, but it isn't about where you're at, it's where you're headed. Pushing for progress is the biggest thing.

Last night I did 5 giant sets of banded box squats, GHR's and KB swings with a band around my waist.

Sets were 225 up to 245 plus 100-130 LB of band tension on box squats, BW on GHR and 97 pound swings.

Finished with 6:20 min of sled dragging for cardio.
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