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    Thank you for the kind words everyone! Conjugate Training works great, and you don't have to grind on the same old exercises all the time.
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    Saturday 8-18-18 / Indoors

    Plank - 1 Minute

    KettleBell Halo - 1X24 (12L, 12R) @ 35

    One Arm KettleBell Clean & Press

    1X8 L&R @ 35
    2X5 L&R @ 44

    Two Arm KettleBell Swing

    1X60 @ 44

    Music: Aerosmith - Toys In The Attic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshuggah View Post
    Conjugate Training works great, and you don't have to grind on the same old exercises all the time.
    Bet that statement will ruffle some feathers There are many valid methods of training. The one that keeps you in the game either because it's fun or is physically able to be done is optimal. We all have different genetics and therefore don't respond the same way to training plus we don't all have the same goals. Once past the novice phase training has to be customized for the individual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken_L View Post
    Bet that statement will ruffle some feathers There are many valid methods of training. The one that keeps you in the game either because it's fun or is physically able to be done is optimal. We all have different genetics and therefore don't respond the same way to training plus we don't all have the same goals. Once past the novice phase training has to be customized for the individual.
    Quick Fact: Scientific Studies have proven that you can train main lifts at 90% and above every week when you rotate to different variations weekly or bi-weekly.
    My Deadlift rotations right now are: Snatch Grip, Sumo, Conventional, Trap Bar. I train with at least 90% of my max for that lift every time it comes up in the rotation.
    I have found that for me, the different lifts help build each other. The variety is also mentally and physically stimulating, which makes my training a lot of fun.
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    Sunday 8-19-18 / Indoors

    KettleBell Halo - 1X24 (12L, 12R) @ 35

    One Arm KettleBell Snatch

    1X6 L&R @ 35
    3X5 L&R @ 44

    One Arm KettleBell Swing

    1X60 (30L, 30R) @ 35

    Music: Aerosmith - Rocks
    Last edited by Meshuggah; 08-19-2018 at 05:00 PM. Reason: ** ** ** ** ** **

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    Tuesday 8-20-18 / Garage Temp 72

    SSB Box Squat (18" Box, Medium Stance, 2 Second Pauses, Belt)

    1X6 @ 115
    1X5 @ 155
    1X4 @ 205
    1X3 @ 245
    1X2 @ 295
    5X2 @ 335 (2 Minutes Between Doubles)

    Two Arm KettleBell Swing

    1X60 @ 53

    Music: Tool - 10,000 Days

    I am completely done with this narrow minded, sheep infested forum. For older more experienced lifters this place has nothing to offer.
    For lifters that are really serious about strength training, Dan John's forum is the best on the internet.

    Be Safe and Stay Strong


    * "Research your own experience. Absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, add what is essentially your own." -Bruce Lee
    Last edited by Meshuggah; 08-23-2018 at 10:37 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshuggah View Post
    Tuesday 8-20-18 /

    I am completely done with this narrow minded, sheep infested forum. For older more experienced lifters this place has nothing to offer.
    For lifters that are really serious about strength training, Dan John's forum is the best on the internet.

    Be Safe and Stay Strong


    * "Research your own experience. Absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, add what is essentially your own." -Bruce Lee
    YouTube I'm confused.

    I like this quote; this past weekend I saw the same two people who told me over a year ago, partial ROM bench press to allow you to handle heavier weights, works for strength gains! Guess what? they were still quarter pressing 135 and 145 (in the decline rack.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by granny View Post
    YouTube I'm confused.

    I like this quote; this past weekend I saw the same two people who told me over a year ago, partial ROM bench press to allow you to handle heavier weights, works for strength gains! Guess what? they were still quarter pressing 135 and 145 (in the decline rack.)
    Several great observations, and the video made me laugh. (which I could use about now)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesepuff View Post
    Several great observations, and the video made me laugh. (which I could use about now)
    are you out of sorts today???
    Maybe they need a walking wounded crabass forum...
    Butch hammering reminds me to lay off periodically "testing" my back/shoulder/knee.: YouTube
    all the best, CP!! I should get out of shug's log now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshuggah View Post
    Tuesday 8-20-18 / Garage Temp 72

    SSB Box Squat (18" Box, Medium Stance, 2 Second Pauses, Belt)

    1X6 @ 115
    1X5 @ 155
    1X4 @ 205
    1X3 @ 245
    1X2 @ 295
    5X2 @ 335 (2 Minutes Between Doubles)

    Two Arm KettleBell Swing

    1X60 @ 53

    Music: Tool - 10,000 Days

    I am completely done with this narrow minded, sheep infested forum. For older more experienced lifters this place has nothing to offer.
    For lifters that are really serious about strength training, Dan John's forum is the best on the internet.

    Be Safe and Stay Strong


    * "Research your own experience. Absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, add what is essentially your own." -Bruce Lee
    Dan John is one reason I front squat.

    Stay strong, Shug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshuggah View Post
    Tuesday 8-20-18 / Garage Temp 72

    SSB Box Squat (18" Box, Medium Stance, 2 Second Pauses, Belt)

    1X6 @ 115
    1X5 @ 155
    1X4 @ 205
    1X3 @ 245
    1X2 @ 295
    5X2 @ 335 (2 Minutes Between Doubles)

    Two Arm KettleBell Swing

    1X60 @ 53

    Music: Tool - 10,000 Days

    I am completely done with this narrow minded, sheep infested forum. For older more experienced lifters this place has nothing to offer.
    For lifters that are really serious about strength training, Dan John's forum is the best on the internet.

    Be Safe and Stay Strong


    * "Research your own experience. Absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, add what is essentially your own." -Bruce Lee

    careful Shug - DJ is a liberal ! Srsly, will miss your posts - always found your training interesting.

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