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    Quote Originally Posted by BrooklynJerry View Post
    Hi Shrug, you start off with 115, none with just the bar?
    A few years ago I wrote about swelling in my thumb, of course it went away. You suggested gout. Well it hit my toe last week. Damn it hurt, I read it described like stepping on your eye balls. I went to Dr. and was given some pills to take for 4 days. Waiting for an appointment for a follow up with a specialist.
    Going to do some SB sets,feel ok now.
    Yes, I throw on 25s for the first set. I Drink at least one ounce of lemon juice in water every morning,
    it helps break up the uric acid that causes gout. Also stay away from rich foods like heavy cream.
    Stay Strong!!

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    Wednesday 7-28-21 / Indoors

    Plank - 90 Seconds

    Bird Dog - 1X30

    Lying Leg Raise - 1X20

    1 Arm K-Bell Swing

    1X60 @ 35 (Hand Switch Every 15 Reps)

    Music: Eisbrecher - Eiszeit

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    Thanks for the info. I will try the lemon juice. Have appt. for Friday to see a foot Dr. So far 2 days off the med and feels ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrooklynJerry View Post
    Thanks for the info. I will try the lemon juice. Have appt. for Friday to see a foot Dr. So far 2 days off the med and feels ok
    If you are having gout problems he will probably prescribe Allopurinol.
    Another tip: don't let yourself get dehydrated, it can cause a flareup.
    Best of luck, gout sucks!

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    Thursday 7-29-21 / Garage Temp 86

    2" Axle Bar Clean & Press (Clean on Every Rep, No Belt)

    1X5 @ 45
    1X5 @ 55
    1X5 @ 65
    1X3 @ 85
    2X1 @ 105
    2X1 @ 110
    2X1 @ 115

    Music: ZZ Top - Tres Hombres (RIP Dusty Hill)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshuggah View Post
    Music: ZZ Top - Tres Hombres (RIP Dusty Hill)
    What? No...Well darn it there goes another great one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshuggah View Post
    Music: ZZ Top - Tres Hombres (RIP Dusty Hill)
    Yeah, this one gutted me (but not as much as Neil Peart). I first saw them on the Eliminator tour, then several times over the decades at venues scattered around the world. I was always impressed with how they could sell out arenas in countries where you just wouldn't expect it (e.g., Japan & Germany).

    The first thing I did after hearing the news was also throw Tres Hombres on the turntable and cranked up Waiting For the Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Anders View Post
    Yeah, this one gutted me (but not as much as Neil Peart). I first saw them on the Eliminator tour, then several times over the decades at venues scattered around the world. I was always impressed with how they could sell out arenas in countries where you just wouldn't expect it (e.g., Japan & Germany).

    The first thing I did after hearing the news was also throw Tres Hombres on the turntable and cranked up Waiting For the Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago.
    1st Album I bought - with all the Texican food on the album When I first heard of ZZ Top my friend and I were 13 or 14 and cranked up the 8 track in his dad's truck listening to them. Almost killed the battery. Beer drinkers and hell raisers Yeah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skid View Post
    1st Album I bought - with all the Texican food on the album When I first heard of ZZ Top my friend and I were 13 or 14 and cranked up the 8 track in his dad's truck listening to them. Almost killed the battery. Beer drinkers and hell raisers Yeah!
    Excellent choice for a first album! Draining the battery to listen to that one over and over would have been worth the ass beating.

    BTW, for that LP, even though it's a single album, it was a bi-fold like a double album. The Texican food pic covered the entire inside of the foldout. I sat yesterday listening to the album and looking at all of the details in that pic, which made me hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Anders View Post
    Yeah, this one gutted me (but not as much as Neil Peart). I first saw them on the Eliminator tour, then several times over the decades at venues scattered around the world. I was always impressed with how they could sell out arenas in countries where you just wouldn't expect it (e.g., Japan & Germany).

    The first thing I did after hearing the news was also throw Tres Hombres on the turntable and cranked up Waiting For the Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago.
    Rush is my all time favorite band. Alex, Geddy, and Neil have always provided the soundtrack of my life for over 46 years.
    When my wife broke the news to me about Neil, I cried like a baby for many days. It was like losing a family member.
    I also shed a lot of tears when I found out Eddie Van Halen had died. It's tough when you've grown up with these guys.
    I remember my Mom crying for days when Elvis died and I didn't really understand it, but I sure do now.
    Stay Strong my Iron Brothers (and Sister)!!

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    Saturday 7-31-21 / Weight 199 / Garage Temp 86

    Conventional Deadlift

    1X6 @ 135
    1X5 @ 185
    1X4 @ 225
    1X3 @ 275
    1X2 @ 315
    1X1 @ 365 (Added Belt & Straps)
    1X1 @ 425
    1X3 @ 355

    Music: Rush - Hold Your Fire

    * 425 Video: 425# Conventional Deadlift - YouTube

    ** My warmups all felt like death, so I was shocked at how easy the 425 went up.

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    Nice pull. Looked easy!

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    Always good to see your videos. The story of you Mom crying when Elvis died reminded me when my Dad heard Bing Crosby passed away. He went on to tell me how great he was. I didn't understand then, but now I do. It's who he grew up listening to

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