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    Quote Originally Posted by manveer View Post
    Good work, Lou.

    Ripping the skin off your thumb sounds very not fun.
    thanks...I quickly taped it up...when I got home I have to pull the tape off. that was not much fun, especially the Goat Taper....its seriously sticky

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    6/21
    bw 164.4

    GPP DAY

    6 minute amrap plank for time
    set #1 held for 3 minutes on palms
    30 second rest
    set#2 held for 2.5 minutes on forearms

    6 minutes YTWI

    5 minutes curls on Lifestyle curl machine
    60lbs, 55lbs, 50lbs, 45lbs, 40 lbs x 8 reps
    0-3-0 tempo 20 second intraset rest

    35 minutes LISS on Powermill

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    Quote Originally Posted by lou t View Post
    thanks...I quickly taped it up...when I got home I have to pull the tape off. that was not much fun, especially the Goat Taper....its seriously sticky
    Wow. That doesn't sound like much fun at all! I've done a similar thing with tape and a thumb wound. I hope it heals up quickly.

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    6/22
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    5am training

    Block #5 Week #31 Day #2

    2ct. puased hip belt squats
    150 x 6 @ 6
    160 x 6 @ 7
    170 x 6 @ 8
    170 x 6 @ 8.5
    165 x 6 @ 8
    165 x 6 @ 8

    Note:
    really felt the quad burn

    Seated V grip rows paused @ chest
    100 x 8 @ 6
    110 x 8 @ 7
    120 x 8 @ 8
    120 x 8 @ 8
    120 x 8 @ 8
    120 x 8 @ 8.5

    1 arm DB rows
    60 x 8 @ 6
    70 x 8 @ 7
    75 x 8 @ 8
    75 x 8 @ 8.5
    70 x 8 @ 8
    70 x 8 @ 8

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    left shoulder continues to be chronic. I tried to put a bar on my back to squat and no way. Tried to bench the bar same shit.

    Seeing surgeon on Monday, see what is the next course of action

    My log has become boring.
    Last edited by lou t; 06-22-2016 at 06:25 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lou t View Post
    My log has become boring.
    No it hasn't... at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahendra View Post
    No it hasn't... at all.
    Not at all Lou. We're all pulling for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lou t View Post
    6/22
    bw 164.2



    My log has become boring.
    No way boring, its a thriller!
    We want you to get restored. Good luck with the Monday meeting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lou t View Post
    Seeing surgeon on Monday, see what is the next course of action
    Good luck, buddy.

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    I know it's a hard pill to swallow, but I think getting the surgery done and over with is the best course of action. The sooner it's done the sooner you can get back to lifting. The longer you wait the more the situation will eat away at you.
    Good job with doing what you can, though.
    Have you looked at investing in a specialty bar? The safety squat bar is very easy on the shoulders. Westside Barbell and Elite FTS has an assortment of bars that may provide you with a way of consistently squatting without aggravating your shoulders.

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    I know it's a hard pill to swallow, but I think getting the surgery done and over with is the best course of action. The sooner it's done the sooner you can get back to lifting. The longer you wait the more the situation will eat away at you.
    Good job with doing what you can, though.
    Have you looked at investing in a specialty bar? The safety squat bar is very easy on the shoulders. Westside Barbell and Elite FTS has an assortment of bars that may provide you with a way of consistently squatting without aggravating your shoulders.

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