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    Wow,

    That is awesome progress. Great job Mark, you are a strong guy. Good luck keeping the strength gains going in 2013.

    JP

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    Shit thats a great year, congrats. You have to be up in the neighborhood of 300 pounds between those 5 lifts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick D'Agostino View Post
    Shit thats a great year, congrats. You have to be up in the neighborhood of 300 pounds between those 5 lifts

    Mark, awesome work bro. Keep it up! I'll def be checking in to check your beast progress

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    The gym is finally open again, so it's time to get back at it. During the next few months while Cleveland is an uninhabitable Arctic wasteland, I'm going to train 6 days a week with each individual session being relatively low-volume, in addition to the regular jiu-jitsu training. I have a jiu-jitsu tournament at the end of March, so I'll start hitting the conditioning hard a month out from that. And then there's a USAPL meet here in April that I'd like to do if I don't have any broken bones or anything, but I'm not going to bother peaking for it.

    Wednesday 1/2/2013

    Press: 170x3, 190x3, 220x3, 240x1, 255x0. I cleaned each individual rep before pressing it, and did chins in between all sets except for the singles. That 240 came up so easy that I thought I might be able to finally hit a bodyweight press. Alas.
    Chins: 10,10,5,5,5
    Curls: 95x15,10,10
    DB Rows: 120x2x10 each side.
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    Thursday 1/3

    Squat: 340x3, 395x3, 450x3
    Deadlift: 395x3, 445x3, 510x3
    Hanging Leg Raises: 10, 10, 8, 5
    45-Degree Back Raises: 0x20, 45x3x10
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    Frday 1/4

    Bench: 250x3, 285x3, 320x3, 355x1. All reps paused and I did a set of chins in between all sets.
    Chins: 7x5
    DB Press: 55x12,10,10
    Face Pulls: 3x20

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    Bench: 250x3, 285x3, 320x3, 355x1. All reps paused and I did a set of chins in between all sets.
    Mark,

    Awesome work on the bench. Your log definitely helps keep me motivated to train hard.

    JP

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    Thanks, man.

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    Monday 1/7

    Squat: 370x3, 420x3, 475x3
    Back Raise: 0x20, 45x3x10
    Hanging Leg Raise: 2x10

    No energy today, so no singles.

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    Tuesday 1/8

    Press: 155x5, 185x5, 205x5, 225x1, 245x1. I cleaned the first rep of each set and did 10 chins in between sets. 245 ties a PR, and came up much easier than before.
    Chins: 6x10
    DB Row: 120x3x10 each side
    Curls: 95x3x10

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