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Old 08-06-2013, 08:56 AM   #551
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Re: Sharknado

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in reality 7x1x225 would probably be what I should do today.
Yes. You had a good warm up yesterday for it today by doing what you did. While I like the overall volume of yesterday, less warmups to the actual weight would not be bad.
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Old 08-06-2013, 08:57 AM   #552
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WOOHOO!

I just hit 2 reps at 345lbs, the shoes are so solid!!
Nik, awesome bud. Glad to hear it. It's amazing what shoes will do huh?
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Old 08-06-2013, 09:00 AM   #553
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Already commented on your log, but NICE!

Also, I (hopefully) just ended the Bread Thread.
Thanks, also I have been avoiding that thread on the title alone, now I HAVE to go look.
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Remember Prelipins Chart (wfs). The biggest factor in my training for getting stonger.....

So you would have done 7(ish) reps at that 235lb weight....

(on edit: I don't like the chart on the link so I linked a better version of it as a pic)
Ohh I like that 7x1 with 235, that is pretty heavy for me. Though I have hit doubles at 235lbs. If I remember it was 3x2.

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Nik, awesome bud. Glad to hear it. It's amazing what shoes will do huh?
No kidding, I am amazed at the difference! I did not expect so dramatic a difference. I can't wait to snatch and clean now!
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Old 08-06-2013, 09:40 AM   #554
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Re: Sharknado

So I have been talking to friends at my CF affiliate and it seems like they are totally disorganized right now - here's all the different programs that are going on:

1. The owner and another coach are following Competitor's WOD regularly.

2. The owner is programming his convoluted Westside stuff for the general gymgoers (like, apparently they need reasoning for doing deadlifts during a "squat cycle" and that reasoning is that it helps the lockout... )

3. My little training group before I joined Team LAB (still doing competitions with this group) is doing a long Catalyst cycle.

4. Another little "competition" group is doing stuff basically pulled out of one guy's (not a coach) butt - extra-long conditioning and hero workouts usually from what I've seen.

Aaaand 5. When I come to open gym once a week or so, I do the strength portion of the Team LAB workout... so I'm not helping either

...Sigh.
 
Old 08-06-2013, 10:35 AM   #555
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Re: Sharknado

http://competitorswod.blogspot.com/p...hilosophy.html

Looks dece.

I think you should add some Chinese WL bodybuilding on your open gym days. Refer to Liu XiaoJun if need be.

I totally avoided that bread thread.

What shoes did ya get, Nik?
 
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Re: Sharknado

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So I have been talking to friends at my CF affiliate and it seems like they are totally disorganized right now - here's all the different programs that are going on:

1. The owner and another coach are following Competitor's WOD regularly.

2. The owner is programming his convoluted Westside stuff for the general gymgoers (like, apparently they need reasoning for doing deadlifts during a "squat cycle" and that reasoning is that it helps the lockout... )

3. My little training group before I joined Team LAB (still doing competitions with this group) is doing a long Catalyst cycle.

4. Another little "competition" group is doing stuff basically pulled out of one guy's (not a coach) butt - extra-long conditioning and hero workouts usually from what I've seen.

Aaaand 5. When I come to open gym once a week or so, I do the strength portion of the Team LAB workout... so I'm not helping either

...Sigh.
Box life is so bland now isn't it?
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Old 08-06-2013, 10:49 AM   #557
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Re: Sharknado

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http://competitorswod.blogspot.com/p...hilosophy.html

Looks dece.

I think you should add some Chinese WL bodybuilding on your open gym days. Refer to Liu XiaoJun if need be.

I totally avoided that bread thread.

What shoes did ya get, Nik?
Can't really find what exactly you mean by that Blair. Tonight for me will be bench, rows and some kind of behind the neck press probably, then a short/heavy conditioning piece.
 
Old 08-06-2013, 10:53 AM   #558
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Re: Sharknado

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http://competitorswod.blogspot.com/p...hilosophy.html

Looks dece.

I think you should add some Chinese WL bodybuilding on your open gym days. Refer to Liu XiaoJun if need be.

I totally avoided that bread thread.

What shoes did ya get, Nik?
From that link:

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20 Rep Benchmark: We will be rotating through movements and testing a 20 rep max lifts twice per week. 20 reps is enough to ensure we are developing more than just maximal strength.
twice per week? pass please.
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Old 08-06-2013, 11:14 AM   #559
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Re: Sharknado

"20 reps is enough to ensure we are developing more than just maximal strength."

Hahaha...no, I'm pretty sure all that 20 reps will do is ensure you develop anything but maximal strength. 20 reps is pretty far down the spectrum from a 1RM effort.
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Old 08-06-2013, 11:36 AM   #560
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Re: Sharknado

Jeff,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=5IDqX1eMFmA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=4aJGUPDpMR0

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