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post #376 of 707 Old 09-01-2013, 10:23 AM Thread Starter
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Week 2 of Ed Coan's deadlift program today


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****. 190 was really heavy today. Supposed to do 1 set of 2. Only got 1. But then went back 15 seconds later, pissed off, and did it twice

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****. 190 was really heavy today. Supposed to do 1 set of 2. Only got 1. But then went back 15 seconds later, pissed off, and did it twice
Lifting is 90% mental.

"Ay baybay! Light weight. Light weight"

Edit: For clarification I wasn't saying what you did was light. It's something Ronnie Coleman says before he lifts.

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If anyone is interested:

http://tsampa.org/training/scripts/c...bmit=Calculate

And here is my exact one:

http://tsampa.org/training/scripts/c...bmit=Calculate

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Also forgot to mention that I got 165x4 on the seated row. Close grip.

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I'm starting to really not like doing chest. I can't go heavy without my shoulder killing me. I still can't get 135 on my own. Dumbbells feel better, but when I go heavy my should gets really unstable. Flies are about the only thing I can happily do.

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I'm starting to really not like doing chest. I can't go heavy without my shoulder killing me. I still can't get 135 on my own. Dumbbells feel better, but when I go heavy my should gets really unstable. Flies are about the only thing I can happily do.
DB press and upward flies are where it's at anyways.

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DB press and upward flies are where it's at anyways.
Try ring push ups for a killer chest workout. You can build up to them with regular push ups, plyo push ups, clapping push-ups and weighted push ups.
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I haven't done push-ups in awhile. I may try that. Im just honestly sick of bench press, barbell and dumbbell. Maybe I'll just do some push-ups and flies.

My focus is on legs and back right now.

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I'd switch to all dumbbells completely for a while. All those stabilizer muscles will do good for you overall.

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Like Charles Atlas said, isometrics is key. Its not the weight of the glass but how long you can hold it. Your stabilizer muscles are not directly involved in the lifting of the weight, but help keep your body steady, through isometric muscle contractions.... blah blah blah

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I know this. It's not the stabilizers that are giving me trouble, it's my left rotator cuff. I may just go super light for a few months.

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I know this. It's not the stabilizers that are giving me trouble, it's my left rotator cuff. I may just go super light for a few months.
I have had two cortisone shots in my left cuff. No bueno. Baseball is significantly less fun now

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Awesome leg workout today. Some of the stats:

6 sets of 3 reps at 115 for squats
3 sets of 5 reps at 315 for leg press
2 sets of 20 reps at 495 for calf press

I could have done more on calf press, but it was putting a lot of pressure on my knees and I didn't want to be the mayor of snap city. I also did some dumbbell lunges, but those aren't very impressive.

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150 on squat today. New PR.

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