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  1. #21
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    • wichita falls texas march seminar date
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    Another day in the environment known as “the gym” done. There are always a lot of people but very few are training.
    Still we press on into the forge where iron is sharpened.

    Squat: 290x5x3
    OHP: 140x5x3
    DL: 395x5
    Chins 3x10
    BW 319

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    Barriers are being broken, mental weakness is being tested, and overall usefulness is being forged.

    Squat: 300x5x3
    Bench: 230x5x3
    Power Clean: 135x3x5
    Chins: 10x3
    Sit ups: 12x3
    BW: 319
    Last edited by Chris Williams; 10-30-2019 at 05:29 AM. Reason: Added body weight

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    First time I woke up and truly didn’t feel like going to train. Talked myself into not being a punk and remembering that meeting goals means training isnt optional. That’s is the whole reason the schedule is in place. Felt much better once I got in and started lifting.

    Squat: 310x5x3
    Press: 145x5x3
    Deadlift: 405x5
    Chins: 10x3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Williams View Post
    First time I woke up and truly didn’t feel like going to train. Talked myself into not being a punk and remembering that meeting goals means training isnt optional. That’s is the whole reason the schedule is in place. Felt much better once I got in and started lifting.

    Squat: 310x5x3
    Press: 145x5x3
    Deadlift: 405x5
    Chins: 10x3
    Nice.

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    Starting a new week after celebrating this weekend, didn’t go crazy but just didn’t get as much sleep and I could feel it.
    Squat: 320x5x3 (its feels like it might be about time to put on a belt)
    Bench: 235x5x3
    Power Cleacn: 145x3x5
    Chins: 10x3
    Weighted Sit-ups: 12x3
    Back Extensions: 10x3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Williams View Post
    First time I woke up and truly didn’t feel like going to train. Talked myself into not being a punk and remembering that meeting goals means training isnt optional. That’s is the whole reason the schedule is in place. Felt much better once I got in and started lifting.

    Squat: 310x5x3
    Press: 145x5x3
    Deadlift: 405x5
    Chins: 10x3
    This!! Make yourself stick to the plan even when you are not in the mood. Nice work!

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    Moved across the country from Indiana to central Washington. Didn’t stop training but just got the internet up and running. New place is right across the street from the gym, and this gym is way better than the planet fitness that I was going to. The real iron makes a difference for sure.

    Squat: 305x5x3
    Bench: 225x5x3
    Clean: 175x3x5
    Chins: 10x3

    Death by sled push. 3 minute window: started with one rep 50ft. Every minute add another rep. Made it up to 9 reps today with 180 on the sled.

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    Right across the street??! Super jealous! Enjoy the new gym

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    Yes indeed, it is great to have the convenience. I’ve got to be the first one in the door to get a squat rack but I get one that has a platform attached.

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    starting strength coach development program
    Feeling good today after an 12 mile hike on Saturday. Loving the active recovery of the mountains here. 2000’ elevation change.

    Squat: 315x5x3 (mile marker being able to put three plates on again)
    Bench: 230x5x3
    PC: 185x3x5

    Death by rower: 3 min window, 100 m increments. Made it up to 700m (total distance: 2800m)

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