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    It's awesome how your squat set looked like slow motion except for the breathing at the top between reps. No offense, but even your descent is painfully slow!

    But really, nice lifting John.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Israel View Post
    It's awesome how your squat set looked like slow motion except for the breathing at the top between reps. No offense, but even your descent is painfully slow!

    But really, nice lifting John.
    Yep, that second rep was a real grind.

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    It's awesome how your squat set looked like slow motion except for the breathing at the top between reps. No offense, but even your descent is painfully slow!

    But really, nice lifting John.
    Thanks, Rob. I have had a little hip issue the last few months that has been messing with my squat. I have to really concentrate on the way down to make sure I do not shift away from my left hip. It has made my already slow squats even slower, unfortunately.

    Yep, that second rep was a real grind.
    Agreed. It felt as grindy as it looked, Rezart!

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    Press - 45x10, 95x5, 135x3, 165x2, 185x1, 215x1, 230x2, 220x3, 210x4
    Chins - BWx11, 9, 8

    A little off today, but not a terrible session.

    Here is a video of my 230 Press. The second rep got way out in front of me. I have to work on that:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCmw4q3HCFY

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    230 for a pretty strong looking double, even with the bar getting away from you. 225x5 may not be too far away.

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    that wasn't a grind for you John. You probably had two more! ;-)

    Awesome press.

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    The 230 press looked smooth and strong to me. Impressive stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Petrizzo View Post
    I have had a little hip issue the last few months that has been messing with my squat.
    You too Doc?
    : ( You didn't tell me.
    I had no idea but since you are working through it and still getting stronger, I'm inspired and not going to hang my head about my hip issue and the squats.

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    230 for a pretty strong looking double, even with the bar getting away from you. 225x5 may not be too far away.
    that wasn't a grind for you John. You probably had two more! ;-)

    Awesome press.
    The 230 press looked smooth and strong to me. Impressive stuff.
    Thanks, Guys! I appreciate it.

    You too Doc?
    : ( You didn't tell me.
    I had no idea but since you are working through it and still getting stronger, I'm inspired and not going to hang my head about my hip issue and the squats
    Thanks, Dwayne. I try not to talk about injuries and stuff too much. This has not been too big of a deal, more nagging than anything else. Lately it has been feeling better.

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    Squat - 45x20, 135x5, 185x5, 225x5, 275x5, 335x5, 385x5x2
    Deadlift - 135x5, 225x5, 315x3, 405x2, 455x1, 505x1, 560x2, 505x3

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    Conditioning on AirDyne - 5 min warm up, 8 rounds of 20/1:40, 5 min cool down

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    Bench - 45x15, 95x5, 135x5, 185x5, 225x3, 275x2, 305x6, 290x7, 275x7
    Chins - BWx5, BW+27x5x3

    Pretty good training weekend. Had to rush to get my Friday workout done in between patients. I recently got an AirDyne for my apartment and last night was the first time I used it. I have been doing some form of GPP or conditioning (incline treadmill walk, sled drag, bike or prowler intervals) 1-2 times a week very consistently for about the last year secondary to Andy recommending it to me and I really think it has helped my overall recovery. Now that I have the AirDyne at home, I figured I would start logging my conditioning.

    Here is a video of my 560x2 pull from Friday. I was not happy with my form. You will see I push the bar away from me slightly at the initiation of the second rep which is not something I normally do. On top of that, I did not hold my back as tightly as I would have liked. I will make sure that does not become a habit:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KO5t44lPo_o

    I hope everyone is having a good weekend.

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    Yeah, but it's still 560x2. Good stuff John!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Kennedy View Post
    Yeah, but it's still 560x2. Good stuff John!
    True 'dat. You looked angry at that bar.

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