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    Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022

    OP: 164x5x3 (174x2, 164x4x2)

    Under-recovered, but thought I could get a little pressing in. Clearly not the case; couldn't even load the bar right.

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    OP: 173x1x5
    Halting deadlift: 345x3

    Got some sleep--things went better.

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    OP: 157.5x5x3
    DL: 355x5

    Trying to get back in the swing of things--not great, but not too bad.

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    SQ: 240x5x3
    BP: 222.5x5x3

    Bench was heavy, hopefully back to two plates next week

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    Sunday, Oct. 9, 2022

    SQ: 245x5x3
    OHP: 169x1x5

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    BP: 226x5x2
    Halting deadlift: 365x3

    Not getting in the gym a lot during the week--trying to hang in there and get some lifting done.

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    Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022

    SQ: 225x5x3
    Pin press: 181x5 (only 3)

    181 is my nemesis. Might need to take the weight down to get better at them. The recent article helped, but I couldn't get there:

    Consistently Setting Up Over Mid-foot in the Pin Press | Andrew Lewis

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    BP: 227x5x3
    DL: 370x5

    Hadn't really thought about the 1000 lb. Club, as such, until that video this week from Starting Strength Denver. At the moment, I'm not too close to 1000, since my squat is "rebuilding". However, for 2022 overall, I am at 985 (SQ: 335x2 (in March), BP: 230x5x3, DL: 420x3). That is a 87-pound improvement from 2021, when I was at 898 (SQ: 280x5x3, BP: 208x5x3, DL: 410x5).

    If things stay on track, I should be back over 405 in the deadlift by yearend. Could I then work up to a single for 435 to get to 1000 for 2022. That seems like a little bit too much. We'll see how things go.

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    Same here. I finished out 2021 with a 950lb total. If I took just one rep out of each of this week's 5x1 worksets, I'm currently at 940lbs, and the squat and bench have plenty of room to add 20-30lbs to each for a grinding single. The deadlift, maybe another 20lbs. So I may just be able to eke out a 1000lb day by the end of this training season.

    Honestly, it wasn't something that I spent any time thinking about until I saw that video. I was more interested in just getting to a 405lb pull.

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    starting strength coach development program
    If the slopes are opening, it may be tough for you to squeeze in 1000-lb. before year-end!

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