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    • texas starting strength seminar september 2020
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    4/8/2020 Wednesday SQUAT DAY

    Squat 45x5 135x3 205x3x3

    This first thing in the morning workout is great for the one lift a day plan.
    Just roll out of bed, grab a glass of water and start lifting in the garage.

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    4/9/2020 Thursday

    Bench 45x5 95x5 145x5x3

    Feeling better.

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    4/10/2020

    Squat 45x5 135x3 205x1

    Did not feel recovered. On first set of a planned 3, I had a little tweak.
    I thought I'd just go up in time between sets, crank up some angry music and continue but got a another tweak just unracking.
    My last squat workout was 2 days ago... so maybe I rethink my workout pattern.
    Probably need 2 days between the 3 "heavy worksets" (aka 2 squats and 1 deadlift).

    Which puts me on a 9 day cycle. Might be the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesepuff View Post
    4/10/2020

    Squat 45x5 135x3 205x1

    Did not feel recovered. On first set of a planned 3, I had a little tweak.
    I thought I'd just go up in time between sets, crank up some angry music and continue but got a another tweak just unracking.
    My last squat workout was 2 days ago... so maybe I rethink my workout pattern.
    Probably need 2 days between the 3 "heavy worksets" (aka 2 squats and 1 deadlift).

    Which puts me on a 9 day cycle. Might be the way to go.
    What kind of tweak?

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    Near bottom of the left shoulder blade. Felt like a smallish muscle pull. It "worried me" about being straight.
    Would have pushed through it if not for feeling un recovered.
    Maybe need a day off every third day.
    Not what I "want" but may be what I need.

    Maybe I'm not pushing hard enough.

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    I think that makes perfect sense

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    Btw. I saw in your bio that you were a C-130 pilot. It made me wonder if you ever crossed paths with William Jackson. Bill was my brother in law and one of my best friends. I miss that guy. I believe he flew C-130 years ago.

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    4/13/2020 Monday

    Lat Pulldown 110x5 145x5x3 92% of 5rm

    PizzaDad: I knew a Jimmy Jackson, (1976 AFA classmate) don't think he flew 130's. I flew 130's out of Little Rock (with rotations to Mildenhall UK) from 77 to 82. 50th Tactical Airlift squadron.
    Went to Ft Benning quite a bit, parachute training stuff.

    When did your friend fly, and where was he based. It is a smallish community. You flew almost exclusively with guys in your squadron. But C-130's first flew in like 1959. The birds I flew were manufactured in the early 60's and early 70's.
    It was a fun bird to fly but it actually handled like a Cessna 172, LOL. (except for prop torque). What was great about flying the C-130 was that you almost never went to an "International Airport". All you really needed was a dirt road. So everything was much more interesting. Small towns. Especially cool was flying in Turkey. Almost died there, but even that was a cool story.

    Very different world back then.

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    4/14/2020 Monday

    Dead 135x3 235x2x2 was going for a 3

    Beginning to wonder if my struggles are from strength decay. Although the stress of being an industry analyst, in a collapsed industry is less than ideal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesepuff View Post
    4/14/2020 Monday

    Dead 135x3 235x2x2 was going for a 3

    Beginning to wonder if my struggles are from strength decay. Although the stress of being an industry analyst, in a collapsed industry is less than ideal.
    Any chance of early retirement?

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