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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TomLawrence Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 9/17/20 at 10:08am
I have no idea what you all are saying.  I'm clearly missing some kind of secret knowledge that you only get if you can throw a hammer more than 100'.

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Just follow Luke Crowley on IG and you'll see the Wobbly Googley Eye'd Chair. It's...enlightening 

9/17/20

Warm Up

Hang Cleans 

135x3, 135x3, 185x3, 185x3, 225x5, 225x5, 225x5 easy easy 

Dead Lift 

225x5, 225x5, 315x5, 315x5, 315x5, 315x5 eaassyyyy

Landmine RDLs / Leg Lifts 

4x10 @ 90# / 3x10 with slow eccentrics 

Bunch of bicep stuff because why not. 

Done lifting until next week. Get to help out at a clinic type deal for the NH HG this Saturday. I'll be "coaching" HWFD so that'll be fun. I will be ever vigilant of "the covid" though. 

It'll feel good to wear a kilt again though. 
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9/21/20

Felt good to take a few days off of training. This week I'm just gonna work up some heavy-ish singles. Not calling them 1RMs but it'll give me a good base going into my first meso/block next week. 

Warm Up 

Power Clean from Floor

135x3, 135x3, 185x2, 185x2, 225x2, 245x1, 255x1 265x1, 275x1, 285xalmost, but no. Had it high enough but didnt get my wrists rolled under and ended up letting go of the bar and it crashed to the floor. My wife was not impressed. Oh well. 275 flew up so I am pleased with how my clean is progressing. 

SSB Squat (wrist was bothering me doing low bar squats recently so went with SSB) 

135x5, 135x5, 225x5, 225x5, 275x3, 315x2, 345x1, 365x1 probably had a 385 in the tank, but 365 didnt move as smoothly as I had hoped so I called it. I am weak but this is a good number to know where I'm at. 

SSB Front Squats 

225x5, 225x5, 225x8 just following up with some extra work. 

Ab Wheel / TKEs elevated about 6" 

3x12 / 3x25 each leg

Solid training. Bench tomorrow. 
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Wooooo, singles! Good work on the cleans, strong guy. I've kicked around the idea of doing a three or four week block leading up to some heavy singles after nationals. Try to figure out where I'm at and do some dumb(er) stuff again for funzies. It'll be a lot easier to design a block if I can just copy you, so make sure to log it.
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Sure thing! I considered some REAL jackin around by thinking about doing some zercher singles or Front Singles but decided against it...for now. 

9/22/20

Warm Up 

Hang Snatch High PUlls (not maxing lol)

135x5, 135x5, 185x5, 185x5, 185x8 just staying poppy 

Bench Press

135x8, 135x5, 185x5, 185x5, 225x3, 255x2, 275x1, 295x1, 315x1 called it despite 315 moving quite well. I think with a human spotter vs rickedy saw horses, 335 could have had a chance. 325 for sure. But it's september so who cares. 

Close Grip Bench 

225x6, 225x8, 225x8 only did 6 first because I forgot how to count

T-Bar Rows / Banded Pull A Parts / Leg Lifts 

3x12 @ 90, 135, 180 / 3x20 / 3x10 

Done. Deadlifts on Friday as I am busy tomorrow morning. Maybe some throwing later today...maybe
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You know what it sounds like you need? Two wobbly spotter chairs.
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Wobbly chair v rickedy saw horses.  Not sure Andy, too close to call for me.  I’d like to see rickedy saw horses on IG before I can decide.
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I'll post them some day. The legs just collapse at random. Really gets the juices flowing! 

9/23/20

Throws! Beautiful day out, decided to just have fun throwing

HWFD x8 best of 41' definitely sloppy footwork but not bad distance

LWFD x8 best of 75' not great, but I know what I am doing wrong. Just not fixing it at the moment

22# Hammer x8 best of 101' not bad. Slow slow slow

Fun day in the sun
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Originally posted by Larry Satchwell Larry Satchwell wrote:

Wobbly chair v <span style="font-size: 13px; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; : rgb251, 251, 253;">rickedy saw horses.  Not sure Andy, too close to call for me.  I’d like to see </span><span style="font-size: 13px; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; : rgb251, 251, 253;">rickedy saw horses on IG before I can decide.</span>


That is tough. Rickety is one of my favorite adjectives, so I'm leaning towards the saw horses, but that wobbly chair has personality. I'll reserve judgement until I see the saw horses.
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