Monday, April 02, 2018

165 lb Military Press 5x3, 44 kg belt squat, floor pushups,crawls, side delts



THIS WENT BETTER THAN EXPECTED.For some reason could not fall asleep last night and ended up with about 5 hours. Felt ok waking up but started to flag abit going into the session. Nothing hurt just not very excited. Resigned myself to just getting what I could with 165 and not expecting much. But it went great

ONCE I got the idea that I had to actually lift the damn weight myself and not just levitate it someone. I was that tired.

But the groove was the easiest it has ever been. Everything worked pretty much effortlessly and I can see how this is going to get much better once I get some reps in the tank
I tried using the trigger but as I thought, with this much weight I can't do it . yet. we'll see but this groove is so much simpler, so many less moving parts that it was so much less stressful to do

I think all that leaning back was an effort to get my damn elbows in front of the bar! That is truly the key for me for this. All else just falls into place once I set that up. And I still have to exaggerate it , for now

Mil Press
 45 x 5
65 x 3
85 x 3
105 x 2
120 x 2
135 x 2 ( fast!)
150 x 2 !!! fast as well
165 x 3 x 5 sets

strongest ever with this weight. Not ONE rep pushed forward.

44 kg belt squat
10,12, 14, 16

easy! strong here too for who knows why

Floor pushups
3 sets of 46.

amazing I got the last set

Crawls
3 sets of 70 ft

side delts
3 sets of 12 with 20

strongest here ever

BW 169.2
BF 12.2
W 56.5

datsit!

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