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  1. #1321
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    Happy Birthday Wolf! You are almost as old as I am - ha! Not quite. Hope that you have a wonderful day and a healthy, happy and successful year to come with lots of PRs!!!

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    Happy Birthday Comrade!
    Quadruple meat today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gillian Mounsey View Post
    I do know that each one teaches you something and gives you more tools to help others. [sic] If it makes you feel any better, a lot of what I learned during recovery phases from my worst injuries has contributed to my greatest strengths of today.
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    I am hoping that you're right on this, Gillian. Being seriously injured this year has been a real challenge.

    Happy birthday Wolf!
    Here's to an injury free, stronger 2014 for you and me.


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    Thanks to everyone for the birthday wishes!

    I didn't feel great physically today - not sick and not injured, just a sluggish, lethargic day. Pulled it together to get to the gym and as usual, glad I did.

    Squat
    355x5, 365x5, 375x5
    Notes:
    Re-acclimating to some volume. All pretty easy, though 375 didn't feel as easy.

    Deadlift
    475x5
    Notes
    : Definitely slower and hard than last time I did this a couple weeks ago. But not really slow and not really hard.

    Went to do some 20/1:40's on the rower, but it sort of broke on my second interval, so I did versa climber instead. 4 x 75ft AFAP / 60s rest and then one more 100 ft at about 80%.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGwM-ojKyFg
    Last edited by Michael Wolf; 01-14-2014 at 04:58 PM.

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    Looks like you have a much better grasp on feeling the proper depth and avoiding sliding forward at the bottom. I recall you lost this a little while back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niki Sims View Post
    Looks like you have a much better grasp on feeling the proper depth and avoiding sliding forward at the bottom. I recall you lost this a little while back.
    Yes, I am happy to see this as well. Still a little slide, always my nemesis, but only just a little. Depth and feeling the tightness and right place to bounce is much improved.

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    Happy Birthday!

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    Happy birthday! Meatloaf instead of cake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by idlehands View Post
    Happy Birthday!
    Thanks, idlehands!

    Quote Originally Posted by lwoodroff View Post
    Happy birthday! Meatloaf instead of cake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Wolf View Post
    Thanks, idlehands!



    Happy Birthday buddy!

    This is my reaction after I walk out chipotle when that happens.


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