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    Posted: Yesterday at 5:18am
Something to think about is isometric pressing the bar into the spotter pins (if you're at Luke's or if you have pins at home). If you do some with light bar weight, like 95# or even just the bar, you'll be recruiting a lot of nervous system to fight and therefore COULD potentially get more activation during the press.


Or you'll just look stupid. But Either way, I recommend it
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10/29 OHP

3,3,2,3,3,3+

145,165,185,185,165,145x11

Seated lateral raises
4x10@25s

Another day another crap OHP workout. Sigh. Probably need to switch things up program-wise for OHP, but ramming my head into a wall is more my jam.
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Originally posted by TheJeff696 TheJeff696 wrote:

I saw the footage. Looked WAYY too easy. 

I'm saying those were fake plates. Which explains A LOT with regard to Luke's lifts!!


Wouldn't surprise me. Don't tell my dozens of instagram followers though or I'll never get that gymshark sponsorship I've been working towards.
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I saw the footage. Looked WAYY too easy. 

I'm saying those were fake plates. Which explains A LOT with regard to Luke's lifts!!
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10/27 squat

3,3,3+
315,345,390x10

Front squat
1,3,8
390, 345, 315

This is the best squat has felt in a long time. 390x10 and 315x8 were both rep PRs. I think I'm going to like squatting earlier in the week. Deadlift may suffer, but I think squat probably has more carryover to throwing anyway, and I like it better.
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10/26 bench

3,3,3+,1,3+
215, 245, 275x4,295x1,275x4

Paused bench
245x3, 225x8

Larsen press
3x5@225
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10/23 deads

5,5,5+,5,5
335, 405, 440x6, 405, 335 with pause of the floor and bellow the knee.

Having deads as my last workout of the week is going to take some getting used to. I was doing ohp, deads, bench, squat for the last couple years, but I decided to switch to bench, squat, ohp, deads just to see if it makes any difference. So far, I have no idea.
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8/21 OHP

5,5,5+,5,5+
135,155,175x4 crap, rerack, wait 10 seconds, 1 more, 155x5, 135x10

Banded press
135 +red bands x2x1, 95 +red bands x3x3

Single arm lateral raises/band lateral raises
40x5/8,8/8

Today was bad, but at least it was warm in Luke's basement compared to my garage.
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Originally posted by TheJeff696 TheJeff696 wrote:

Im already bored. 

Do a 400/400 squat/deadlift superset singles until you pass out or something!!

C'mon...

do it


That sounds terrible. Heavy enough to suck, but light enough to have to do way too many reps. I'll remember that when it's time to JA again.

10/20 squat

5,5,5+
280, 325, 370x10

Front squat
370x1, 325x5, 280x10

Back squat felt bad today, but front squat felt less bad. We'll call it a draw.
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Im already bored. 

Do a 400/400 squat/deadlift superset singles until you pass out or something!!

C'mon...

do it
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Originally posted by TheJeff696 TheJeff696 wrote:

Your jacking has reached biblical proportions.

I support this


Yeah, it was fun but unsustainable. I'll get after it again next year. Back to boring old submaximal training today.

10/19 bench

5,5,5+,5,5+

205, 230, 260x6, 230 paused, 205x10 paused

Paused barbell incline

185x3x7

Hex press

30s x3x12
My upper back kept getting all crampy on these. 'Twas annoying and made them much less effective.
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Your jacking has reached biblical proportions.

I support this
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10/16 deads

Last day of jackin' around. I miss it already

Sumo deads

225x3, 315x3, 365x2, 425x2, 455x1, 515x1, 530x1

Hang cleans
155x5, 185x3, 235x3, 265x1, 295x1, 265x3

Street sheaf and heavy hammer winds mixed in.
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10/15 OHP

Axle strict press

95x5, 115x5, 135x5, 165x3, 185x2x2

Regular barbell strict press for comparison

185x2x2

They both suck
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10/13 squat

135x5, 245x5, 315x3, 355x1, 405x1, 435x1, 475x1, 505x1 yeehaw

Front squat
245x3, 315x1, 365x1 these felt bad. Switch to high bar

High bar
365x1, 395x1, 415x1, 415x1, 415x1, 365x3 paused

Happy day.
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Keep on hijacking. The more banter, the better.

10/12 bench

135x8, 185x5, 205x3, 225x2, 245x1, 275x1, 305x1, 265x5, 250x6, 225x6

Paused incline DB bench
3x6@90s

Hex press
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Further hijacking Andy's TLOG because we are the unsupervised and sweaty few --

Originally posted by Larry Satchwell Larry Satchwell wrote:

As for the sheaf, I’m with Tom.  It was my bread and butter event, I could always make gas money.


The only time I ever placed top three overall in a Masters' Division, I did it by taking second in sheaf.  Height events are worth a lot and compensate for my failings in WFD.

So yeah, sheaf.

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Originally posted by Larry Satchwell Larry Satchwell wrote:

Andy, you can only accelerate the weights when your feet are on the ground so it must be something else.  As for the sheaf, I’m with Tom.  It was my bread and butter event, I could always make gas money.  Not sure how the pros get paid now but in my day we got paid per event.


Haha, yeah. It's kind of running joke with (or about) Luke. He never seems to have his feet on the ground. I hope someday there will be a lightweight pro class. For now, I'm happy to pay for the chance to throw. A cool t-shirt is a pretty sweet participation prize though.
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Andy, you can only accelerate the weights when your feet are on the ground so it must be something else.  As for the sheaf, I’m with Tom.  It was my bread and butter event, I could always make gas money.  Not sure how the pros get paid now but in my day we got paid per event.
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Originally posted by TheJeff696 TheJeff696 wrote:

Was the cue to not put your left foot on the ground between turns 1 and 2? 

Only Luke is wild enough to do it!!


Maybe that's what I'm missing. I'm spending way too much time with my feet on the ground.

10/8 squat

135x8, 245x5, 355x3 these feel like crap. Switch to pauses.

Paused reps
355x1, 405x1, 425x1

Paused front squat
245x3, 275x1, 295x1, 335x1

All done beltless

I'm paying the price for the PRs I hit earlier in the week.
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Was the cue to not put your left foot on the ground between turns 1 and 2? 

Only Luke is wild enough to do it!!
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I don't hate sheaf per se. I hate that I can't make it go over the stupid bar. We should keep sheaf, but get rid of the bar.

10/7 bench

185x6, 205x5, 225x3, 275x1, 295x1, 295x1

Incline bench

185x5, 205x3, 225x1, 245x1, 265x0, 265x0, 265x1, 225x3, 225x5, 185x5 paused

Weird day. Still jackin around.

Throws

Heavyweight x a bunch best of 44'

Lightweight x a bunch best of 66'

With the season being over, I'm tweaking some things to try to take that next step. Luke gave me a new cue on my entry that I think will be beneficial when (if) I can put it all together.
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Oops! But I stand by my statement. We should add a 3rd hammer or WFD!
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Originally posted by TheJeff696 TheJeff696 wrote:

Don't worry about Sheaf, it's not a real event anyway!


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10/6 deads

Day 2 of off-season jackin' around-heavy singles addition

225x5, 315x3, 405x1, 455x1, 500x2, 550x1. That's my heaviest deadlift in probably over a decade and I think the only time I've pulled 500 for reps.

Chest supported DB rows
3x8@90s

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Thanks Pete! It was awesome to meet and throw with you. It's cool to see what the top end of our class is really capable of. Gives me something to aspire to. Honestly, stealing the win from you in lightweight for distance was the highlight of my highland games career, haha.

Thanks to you as well, Jeff. Is Jeff syndrome an STD? If so, I've probably got some pills that will clear that right up.
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Well done, Crowley the Greater (not to be confused with Luke, Crowley the Lesser). 

You fell prey to Jeff Syndrome. Meaning you used all your good hammer throws at practice. I know this syndrome well.

Great comp outta you regardless. Don't worry about Sheaf, it's not a real event anyway!
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Was awesome to get to throw with you man you did an awesome job. I think you cleared 30 feet on sheaf on every throw until the bar was at 30 haha. Hope to see you out there again next year!
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10/3 Lightweight Nationals

Holy crap was this a step up in competition. The day was a bit up and down for me, and in such a stacked class, that won't cut it.

Braemar- 31'. Gross. Couldn't get a good handle on the stone at all. It was odd shaped but everyone else seemed to handle it just fine.

Open stone- 43' not bad for me

Heavyweight- 43'11" PR but there was more there.

Lightweight- 66" PR and event win. Highlight of my day.

Heavy hammer- 81' tightened up on my third wind and screwed my finish.

Light hammer- 100' see heavy hammer.

WOB - 15'. Very disappointing.

Caber- 60° this was a 125lb beast of a caber. I need to practice this event.

Sheaf-27' disappointing again. 30 should have been easy but it got in my head.

Overall 4th. I'm not pissed, but I know I left some points on the field which you can't do at a games of this caliber.

10/5 OHP

Wasn't planning on doing much, but ended up hitting a PR. 135x5, 155x3, 175x3, 185x3, 210x1 PR woot.

Took some WOB pulls after @17' branch. Put a couple over. Son of bitch.
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Just a casual 455. Nice work dude
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