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    B3,W3,D1 Monday 3_1_21
    LBBS
    160x1 @8, 135x4x4s
    Press 75x1 @8, 63x4x5s (3 min rests)
    Floor Press 63x6 @lol, 75x6 @ 6.5-7ish, 90x6x2s @8
    Had to auto regulate down today but my L knee didn't bother me for squats at all, although it was weird afterwards a little, and my L hip has been aching like crazy. Pleasantly surprised w/upper body. Chiro tonite. Been moving/fixing since Thursday, (like, slinging wood fence panels around and installing) - fatigued, but in my own place after 7 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by granny View Post
    Been moving/fixing since Thursday, (like, slinging wood fence panels around and installing) - fatigued, but in my own place after 7 months.

    Yay! Congrats!!

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    B3,W3,D2 Wed 3_3_21
    DL
    220x1 @8, 185x4x3s
    Comp Bench 115x1 @9 (spotter said it was easy? but I think not @8), 95x4x5s
    Front Squat 45x6, 65x6, 85x6
    Had to auto regulate down again on DL. Front squat, legs seemed fine, upper back was just too fatigued. Likely to be extra fatigued while I'm working on this house.
    Chiro last night - adjusted my ankles and today my knee is MUCH worse.
    There's an older gentleman (well older than ME) at the gym who watches my lifts, and will give me a wink, and a nod with a thumbs up if he think's I'm good. LOL.

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    B3,W3,D3 3_5_21
    Pin Squat
    95x4, 115x4, 125x4 (saw nothing wrong on video)
    TNG Bench 100x4 @6, 103x4 @7, 106x4 @8, 100x4x3s
    WG Bench 65x6 @lol, 70x6, 75x6 @7?, 85x6x2s @8ish probably should have done 90
    Squats were excruciating at 125, no backdowns. Pins were JUST BARELY at depth.
    Could barely walk, after TNG seemed better, did WG, remembered I hadn't stretched in a while, did that, felt awesome (couch stretch ftw).
    Still weird when I put weight on it a certain way its very painful, its like something's stuck out of place and gets pinched, but also comes unstuck sometimes.
    My ankles also hurt now - no more Chiro throwing my shoes across the room and pulling on my feet/ankles, fcuk that.
    Thinking its a long-term problem I'll have to work around, still thinking about the consult, IDK what I'd say - that its an intermittent thing, I'm not sure what aggravates it?

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    B3,W3,D4 3_6_21
    Block Pull
    185x4 @6, 195x4 @7, 205x4 @8, 195x4x2s
    Pin Bench 85x4 @6, 95x4 @7, 105x4 @8, 100x4x3s
    RDL 95x6, 105x6, 115x6x2s
    Struggle bus w/knee, back, ankles, took it really easy esp rdl. Backward pike, couch stretch et al after.

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    Ah yes, floaty shit in the joints. Sometimes it's there, most times it's not.

    I got nothin' for ya Deb, it's a mystery...

    Hopefully, now that you're settling in, you can establish a regular routine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Browndog View Post
    Ah yes, floaty shit in the joints. Sometimes it's there, most times it's not.
    I got nothin' for ya Deb, it's a mystery...
    Hopefully, now that you're settling in, you can establish a regular routine.
    I'm trying; the heavier DL + lifting/installing heavy French doors etc, now my back issue has flared up, Sunday. Rested yesterday.
    The knee felt ok today, calf pain was lower inside leg? I give up.

    B3,W4,D1 LOW STRESS WEEK
    Squat 160x1 @8, 128x8
    Press 75x1 @8, 60x8
    Floor Press 65x10 @6, 75x10 @7, 85x10 @8

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    B3,W4,D2 LOW STRESS WEEK.
    Comp Bench 115x1 @8.25, 90x8
    Meh. No sleep; spent yesterday prying 1/2" wood paneling off. Back is a bit better this am, skipped DL/squat because I'm driving to Lakeland to pick up a Harley this afternoon, its 2 hrs away, wish me luck.

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    B3,W4,D3
    Pin Squat 95x6, 115x6, 130x6 (undershot. Pins were too low anyway so top set I was basically pausing in the right spot. Still need to look down more. TopSet)
    TNG Bench 97x6, 100x6, 103x6 @8
    WG Bench 75x10, 80x10, 87x10
    At a new place across town, with MUCH better bars, ladies bars plus platforms (that was unattached to the rack - had toes off front of platform to unrack). Still, best feeling squats in a while, no knee pain. Back issue is still there but, what ya gonna do, not train?
    Met a couple new people, the one guy (my age or older) was saying he finds it easier to use lower weight and not go to quite parallel.
    Yeah. I agree its easier.
    Only problem is, easier doesn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by granny View Post
    Yeah. I agree its easier.
    Only problem is, easier doesn't work.
    lol why do I hear that in Rip's voice?

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