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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hanley View Post
    If you want to nerd out, read Zatsiorsky's Science & Practice of Strength Training for a primer on transfer, then check out Bondarchuk's "Transfer of Training..."
    Will do, thanks.

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    5/23

    Bench: 285x5@7, 295x5@7.5, 295x5@8

    Was benching 135 3 weeks ago. Happy.

    Video of set 2 (295x5@7.5): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F60RtYtveHo&sns=em

    Deads: 455x1, 1; 505x1@8

    Sucked. Left erector pissy, so didn't push

    Press: 225x1

    Press is going to take a back seat while I get my bench up.

    Pullovers: 110x12x3

    Chins
    Last edited by John Hanley; 05-23-2014 at 06:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hanley View Post
    I will. I need meathead training partners.
    I'm going to hold you to that. Dave's not a meathead, super strong nerd like you. I'm emailing you his contact info
    We were taking about you again, he probably thinks that I'm in love with you.

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    5/26

    Bench: 300x5x3

    Chins

    Explosive GPP shit

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    5/27

    Snatch Grip Deads (no belt; RPE 8-9): 405x2, 425x4, 425x4, 405x4, 405x4, 365x8

    Back Control.

    Chins.

    Wanky unilateral GPP shiz

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hanley View Post
    Yes.
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    Also, practical experience is hugely beneficial when it comes to exercise selection for athletes...but reading also helps. If you want to nerd out, read Zatsiorsky's Science & Practice of Strength Training for a primer on transfer, then check out Bondarchuk's "Transfer of Training..."
    Yes. Great book, although I don't necessarily agree with everything in it. Learning how muscles work and get stronger from a muscle physiology standpoint was enlightening.

    I'll have to look up Bondarchuk's "Transfer of Training".

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    Also, check out Strength & Power in Sport edited by Paavo Komi. I loved it. It's about 10 years old...so dated...but still really good.

    Not sure any of these books are useful in training 99.99% of the general population...but reading them will help sort out who knows their shit & who's spewing internally consistent a priori nonsense on strength forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hanley View Post
    who's spewing internally consistent a priori nonsense on strength forums.
    AKA me.

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    5/29

    Front Squat (RPE 8-9): warmup to 275x3x2, 295x3x2, 315x3x2

    Vid of final set (not an rpe 9 on review): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JoAjbsTlMTs

    Rack Pulls: w/u to 585x3x3

    Notes:

    1. Doing a push-pull in Aug. Aiming for 950-975.
    2. I can't rid myself of a lateral hip shift at the bottom of back squats. It's tiny, but it's there and it's fucking my SI joint... & my QL is permanently locked down. Going to see a podiatrist, but not back squatting until I get the asymmetry resolved. Front squats make things feel better.
    Last edited by John Hanley; 05-30-2014 at 10:25 AM.

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    5/30

    Bench: 302.5x5

    Was thinking I'd do 3x5, but lots of stuff (tris, bis, brachs) ached like hell after the first set. Like not-at-all-recovered-from-300x5x3 ache. LP is not going to work at these weights. Hmmm.

    Pullovers: 120x12x3

    I love pullovers. Leave me alone.

    1-arm Deads: 135x5x3 each.

    Mostly fussing with present imbalance in QLs.

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