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    Thurs 24-11-2022

    81 now.

    Light day.

    Seated heels raise machine. (53.8 k) 15. all reps peak contraction
    Heels Raise, leverage calf machine. (125 k) 12. (105) 15. --- all reps peak contraction.

    Lat machine, curl down to back of neck. (45 k) 10. (25 k) 15. --- all reps peak contractions.

    Lying dumbells tri extention. (10 k's) 11. 10.
    rear delt raise (5 k's) 15. 15.

    Ab crunch machine. (90 k) 17. (77) 20.


    Snatches - stick, then bar only.
    Split snatch, 5 singles.
    Dead hang split snatch, 5 singles.
    Drop split snatch. 5 singles.
    squat snatch. 5 singles.

    Clean and Jerk.
    5 singles.
    squat C+J. 5 singles, raising weight each set.
    dead hang clean. 5 singles.
    Split C+J. 5 singles, low to knee touch both clean, then jerk.

    Workout time - 1 hour and 22 minutes.

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    Mon 28-11-2022

    81 now

    Part B of the heavy day.

    Fast no grind High Bar Squats. (52.5 k) 1. (70) 1. (80) 1. (90) 1. (100) 1.
    Cleans and Presses. (25 k) 3. (30) 3. (35) 3. (37.5) 3. (43.75) [1+F]

    Hi Pull. (77.5 k) 3. (82.5) 3. (87.5) 3.
    Olympic Deadlift and heels raise. (87.5 k) 5. (92.5) 5. (97.5) 5.

    Quarter Press. (60 k) 5. (65) 5. (70) 5.
    Jerk Thrust. (70 k) 5. (75) 5. (80) 5.

    Overhead Split Squat. Left leg forward, then right leg forward. Front leg to complete fold, back leg to knee touch. (20 k) 1.

    Workout time 1 hour and 22 minutes.

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    Thurs 1-12-2022

    81 now.

    Light day.

    Seated heels raise machine. (56.3 k) 10.
    Heels Raise, leverage calf machine. (125 k) 13. (110) 10.

    Lat machine, curl down to back of neck. (45 k) 12. (27.8 k) 15.
    Lying dumbells tri extention. (10 k's) 11. 11.
    rear delt raise (5 k's) 15. 15.

    Ab crunch machine. (90 k) 18. (77) 20.


    Snatches - stick, then bar only.
    Split snatch, 5 singles.
    Dead hang split snatch, 5 singles.
    Drop split snatch. 5 singles.
    squat snatch. 5 singles.

    Clean and Jerk.
    5 singles.
    squat C+J. 5 singles, raising weight each set.
    dead hang clean. 5 singles.
    Split C+J. 5 singles, low to knee touch both clean, then jerk.

    Workout time - 1 hour and 23 minutes.

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    Temperature here has reached 34 degrees celscius, so i have been walking to the nearby beach to go swimming. Thought it might sap my strength as summer swimming tends to do, but all was good.

    Mon 5-12-2022.

    81 Now.

    Part A of heavy day.

    Stick warmups.

    Front Squats (45 k) 3. (55) 3. (65) 3. (70) 3. (83.75) 3.
    Jerk Press. (30 k) 3. (32.5) 2. (35) 1. (37.5) 1. (40) 1. (46.25) 1.

    Romanian Deadlifts. (82.5 k) 10. (90) 10. (95) 10.

    Shrugs. (95 k) 20.

    Palms up, close grip lat machine (73 K) 10 (61.3) 10.
    Leg curl machine (23 k) 14. 13.

    Workout time : 1 hour and 28 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 76now View Post
    Temperature here has reached 34 degrees celscius, so i have been walking to the nearby beach to go swimming. Thought it might sap my strength as summer swimming tends to do, but all was good.

    Mon 5-12-2022.

    81 Now.

    Part A of heavy day.

    Stick warmups.

    Front Squats (45 k) 3. (55) 3. (65) 3. (70) 3. (83.75) 3.
    Jerk Press. (30 k) 3. (32.5) 2. (35) 1. (37.5) 1. (40) 1. (46.25) 1.

    Romanian Deadlifts. (82.5 k) 10. (90) 10. (95) 10.

    Shrugs. (95 k) 20.

    Palms up, close grip lat machine (73 K) 10 (61.3) 10.
    Leg curl machine (23 k) 14. 13.

    Workout time : 1 hour and 28 minutes.
    John you are amazing!

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    Is that amazing good or amazing bad?

    Thank you David. We're all getting there.

    Thurs 8-12-2022

    81 now.

    Light day.

    Seated heels raise machine. (56.3 k) 11.
    Heels Raise, leverage calf machine. (125 k) 14. (110) 11.

    Lat machine, curl down to back of neck. (45 k) 13. (27.8 k) 16. ----peak contractions this set.
    Lying dumbells tri extention. (10 k's) 12. 11.
    rear delt raise (5 k's) 15. 15.

    Ab crunch machine. (90 k) 19. (77) 20.


    Snatches - stick, then bar only.
    Split snatch, 5 singles.
    Dead hang split snatch, 5 singles.
    Drop split snatch. 5 singles.
    squat snatch. 5 singles.

    Clean and Jerk.
    5 singles.
    squat C+J. 5 singles, raising weight each set.
    dead hang clean. 5 singles.
    Split C+J. 5 singles, low to knee touch both clean, then jerk.

    Workout time - 1 hour and 25 minutes.

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    I'd say what you do is amazingly good ! 👍

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    From down here at the kids table, I would agree with Jerry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 76now View Post

    Is that amazing good or amazing bad?
    I use the term amazing with the following definition in mind.

    "amazing (əˈmeɪzɪŋ) causing wonder or astonishment: amazing feats."

    Reading the 5 years of your training log shows that you have been able to maintain substantial strength either in spite of or because of the accumulation of years. You deserve a lot of respect for staying with it. It's nice to have you as a "positive" role model.

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    Reading the 5 years of your training log shows that you have been able to maintain substantial strength either in spite of or because of the accumulation of years. You deserve a lot of respect for staying with it. It's nice to have you as a "positive" role model.
    David! I should be blushing with embarrassment and humility.
    Naah ....
    I'm so swollen up with pride and pleasure, I'll go straight to hell.
    Amazing someone has taken the trouble to read through all my stuff.
    But really it's nothing special. I see myself as an athlete and a warrior, so i have no other option but to live and train as they do.

    I'd say what you do is amazingly good
    Right back at ya, friend Jerry. Never miss your posts, as a contemporary old timer. Not much for me to say on your thread, as your training is logical and consistent.

    From down here at the kids table
    chuckle! Well, as a young fellow getting into it, you're sure to have many years of exciting revelations ahead.

    Mon 12-12-2022

    81 now

    Part B of the heavy day.

    Stick warmups.

    Fast no grind High Bar Squats. (52.5 k) 1. (72.5) 1. (80) 1. (90) 1. (100) 1.
    Cleans and Presses. (25 k) 3. (35) 3. (40) 1. (42.5) 1. (47.5) F. (40) 1.

    Hi Pull. (77.5 k) 3. (82.5) 3. (87.5) 3.
    Olympic Deadlift and heels raise. (87.5 k) 5. (92.5) 5. (97.5) 5.

    Quarter Press. (60 k) 5. (65) 5. (70) 5.
    Jerk Thrust. (70 k) 5. (75) 5. (80) 5.

    Overhead Split Squat. Left leg forward, then right leg forward. Front leg to complete fold, back leg to knee touch. (20 k) 1.

    Workout time 1 hour and 24 minutes.

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