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    Originally Posted by ezra76 View Post
    Some shoulders and abs in the dungeon. Been using the bench on 80 degree setting for barbell. I do arnold presses with db's after at 90 degree. Back is shaping up but still looking fatter than I feel .




    Edit- sorry first 30 seconds is just me sitting there coughing. I went all damn day without smoking then decided to have one 15minutes before my workout. I told my wife to put them somewhere I couldn't find them.
    You made that look easy, props!!

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    I don't know how you can do those unbelted. I have to wear a belt for biceps for cripes sakes or I'll get spasms.

    Strong squats there too. Good stuff.
    I used to wear a belt years ago and my back/core was weak, stopped using a belt and my back/core was much stronger and I never looked back. I will however wear a belt if I do 1rpm on squats and or deadlifts.
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    So today was my “light day” kinda like the rest of them lately, but lighter. To the extent I didn’t really do much at all lol. Brought an instrument home though to see what was going on with air quality. Got home, fired up the heater shut the doors, cracked 1 window and went inside the house. Came back out about 45 minutes later. I was really surprised to see carbon monoxide (CO) well below what I was guessing at 200ppm based on how I “felt” last session. It was jumping around 0-3 ppm. Even more surprising to me was the oxygen (O2) was low. Meter is set to alarm at OSHA level of 19.5% normal is 20.8-9%. I ended up getting alarms multiple times as it hit 19.5 and down to 19.2. That is plenty to support life, actually 16.5 will (that’s about what we exhale after a breath, and why CPR works as a holding measure until more advanced care can be administered). 19.5% O2 is about the equivalent of being up near the end of the tree line in mountains (12k feet or so). No wonder I was gassed last session. I’m basically doing altitude training . What is weird is I don’t know what gas or gasses are taking the place of missing 02. It’s not CO, could be CO2, and a variety of other combustion byproducts (1% is 10,000ppm and would be nearly instant death if it were CO or a large variety of other gasses). I’m curious now. Anyway I took a vid. Dog wasn’t really wanting to wrestle as much as usual. (He was probably thinking we are going to die in here you idiot). He did fuk up a bench set by coming and sticking his nose in my armpit mid set.

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    Originally Posted by Plateauplower View Post
    So today was my “light day” kinda like the rest of them lately, but lighter. To the extent I didn’t really do much at all lol. Brought an instrument home though to see what was going on with air quality. Got home, fired up the heater shut the doors, cracked 1 window and went inside the house. Came back out about 45 minutes later. I was really surprised to see carbon monoxide (CO) well below what I was guessing at 200ppm based on how I “felt” last session. It was jumping around 0-3 ppm. Even more surprising to me was the oxygen (O2) was low. Meter is set to alarm at OSHA level of 19.5% normal is 20.8-9%. I ended up getting alarms multiple times as it hit 19.5 and down to 19.2. That is plenty to support life, actually 16.5 will (that’s about what we exhale after a breath, and why CPR works as a holding measure until more advanced care can be administered). 19.5% O2 is about the equivalent of being up near the end of the tree line in mountains (12k feet or so). No wonder I was gassed last session. I’m basically doing altitude training . What is weird is I don’t know what gas or gasses are taking the place of missing 02. It’s not CO, could be CO2, and a variety of other combustion byproducts (1% is 10,000ppm and would be nearly instant death if it were CO or a large variety of other gasses). I’m curious now. Anyway I took a vid. Dog wasn’t really wanting to wrestle as much as usual. (He was probably thinking we are going to die in here you idiot). He did fuk up a bench set by coming and sticking his nose in my armpit mid set.

    Looking at that video can't wait till my Rottie is full grown. When I used to rough house with Tyson it was a workout, Tyson hit 160lbs at one point.
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    Looking at that video can't wait till my Rottie is full grown. When I used to rough house with Tyson it was a workout, Tyson hit 160lbs at one point.
    This dog loves to wrestle and rough house with me (he's about 95 lbs). He doesn't even try to with the wife/kids (which is good). I'll be walking past him and he'll jump into his play stance and start growling an lunging at me. He just mouths me but the flailing paws have scratched me up more than once. Earlie in the year the kids were wrestling on the trampoline and he ran and jumped up there. Tore right through the safety net like the Kool-Aid man going through a wall.
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    Originally Posted by Plateauplower View Post
    This dog loves to wrestle and rough house with me (he's about 95 lbs). He doesn't even try to with the wife/kids (which is good). I'll be walking past him and he'll jump into his play stance and start growling an lunging at me. He just mouths me but the flailing paws have scratched me up more than once. Earlie in the year the kids were wrestling on the trampoline and he ran and jumped up there. Tore right through the safety net like the Kool-Aid man going through a wall.
    Yeah same with Tyson he wouldn't rough house with my wife or my daughter but with me and my 4 sons? Man we would be trouble! But he was so well trained once you said enough, he would stop at a drop of a dime.
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    Originally Posted by bodyhard View Post
    You made that look easy, props!!



    I used to wear a belt years ago and my back/core was weak, stopped using a belt and my back/core was much stronger and I never looked back. I will however wear a belt if I do 1rpm on squats and or deadlifts.
    Thanks. It was only 115, I think I can move up to 125 next.

    I'm not sure whether the beltless way would help me. My lower back is strong but has over 20yrs. of furniture moving on it. The muscles will basically pump up and stiffen to the point I have to stop the workout sometimes beltless. Thankfully, knock on wood, I have not real joint issues other than the left knee I can just wrap up good and it's ok.
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    Originally Posted by ezra76 View Post
    Thanks. It was only 115, I think I can move up to 125 next.

    I'm not sure whether the beltless way would help me. My lower back is strong but has over 20yrs. of furniture moving on it. The muscles will basically pump up and stiffen to the point I have to stop the workout sometimes beltless. Thankfully, knock on wood, I have not real joint issues other than the left knee I can just wrap up good and it's ok.
    Never say ONLY when referring to weight, IMO weight is relevant to the person lifting it and as long as someone is giving it 100% to get the weight moving that is all that matters. Although, you must have heard me say in my video (if you watched it) that I was ONLY squatting 185lbs, but that is because I myself could do way more than that, so that is a backwards move for me. But if 185lbs was my working weight that I was giving my all to, then I would proudly post that sh!t any day of the week.

    Anyway, like I said you made that look easy, so props!

    As for the belt, I am not against or for it, just that no belt worked for me.
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    Yesterday was a solid day getting ready for my 1RM testing next week; did 3X1 DL @435 and benched 3x2 @ 275, felt really smooth. Starting to feel each phase of the lifts connecting into one smooth movement.... feeling great!

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    Originally Posted by PhDPepper1111 View Post
    Yesterday was a solid day getting ready for my 1RM testing next week; did 3X1 DL @435 and benched 3x2 @ 275, felt really smooth. Starting to feel each phase of the lifts connecting into one smooth movement.... feeling great!

    Couldn't view your video so I fixed it, great lift!!
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    Originally Posted by bodyhard View Post
    Couldn't view your video so I fixed it, great lift!!
    Thanks! Felt good.
    I may have to get my son to help me figure out this video posting thing :P
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    Originally Posted by PhDPepper1111 View Post
    Thanks! Felt good.
    I may have to get my son to help me figure out this video posting thing :P

    [youtube]mnNLRgjiY2k[/youtube ]

    ^^^^^
    This is how it's done... Just take the alphanumerics from the youtube link located after the = sign of the url and insert between the start and stop youtube brackets


    in the example I gave you need to close the end bracket. I inserted a space so you could see it...

    Giver a try, you'll get it

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    Originally Posted by PhDPepper1111 View Post
    Thanks! Felt good.
    I may have to get my son to help me figure out this video posting thing :P
    LOL glad I know more about technology than any teenagers
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    Originally Posted by mtpockets View Post
    [youtube]mnNLRgjiY2k[/youtube ]

    ^^^^^
    This is how it's done... Just take the alphanumerics from the youtube link located after the = sign of the url and insert between the start and stop youtube brackets


    in the example I gave you need to close the end bracket. I inserted a space so you could see it...

    Giver a try, you'll get it

    Nice lift
    thanks
    I left the v= part in when I was trying to edit before! Old dogs, new tricks
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    LOL glad I know more about technology than any teenagers
    I like the technology, but I can't claim to be an expert.... means to an end... then I learn
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    I like the technology, but I can't claim to be an expert.... means to an end... then I learn
    I just been around technology since 1990, where I was building computers as an in-house technician for a company called Track Data, man I miss that company.
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    I just been around technology since 1990, where I was building computers as an in-house technician for a company called Track Data, man I miss that company.
    Track Data, sounds like Google too me.
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    Track Data, sounds like Google too me.
    LMFAO!! Not even close
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    Some nice lifts in here!

    My last heavy deadlift session of 2020. I go to get my left knee meniscus finally fixed on the 28th. 2021 is going to be all about rehab and trying to get back to a 3 plate squat after I finally get healed up.

    Hit a 405 single before this one and I should have added a tweener set in there to prime for 455 but it moved none the less.

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    Yesterday was a solid day getting ready for my 1RM testing next week; did 3X1 DL @435 and benched 3x2 @ 275, felt really smooth. Starting to feel each phase of the lifts connecting into one smooth movement.... feeling great!

    That moved quickly. Nice lift!
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    Some nice lifts in here!

    My last heavy deadlift session of 2020. I go to get my left knee meniscus finally fixed on the 28th. 2021 is going to be all about rehab and trying to get back to a 3 plate squat after I finally get healed up.

    Hit a 405 single before this one and I should have added a tweener set in there to prime for 455 but it moved none the less.



    I’ve seen you twice lift in geans. That’s pretty cool!
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    Originally Posted by shaneinga View Post
    Some nice lifts in here!

    My last heavy deadlift session of 2020. I go to get my left knee meniscus finally fixed on the 28th. 2021 is going to be all about rehab and trying to get back to a 3 plate squat after I finally get healed up.

    Hit a 405 single before this one and I should have added a tweener set in there to prime for 455 but it moved none the less.
    Good lift. I'd be interested to hear how it goes with the knee. I have a double tear in my left, pretty much no meniscus's (menisci? meniscus'?). It hasn't been too bad as long as I use wraps for deads and squats. Running or jumping is a no go though. It'll swell the size of an egg out the left side of my knee cap if I do.
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    I’ve seen you twice lift in geans. That’s pretty cool!
    That is a bonus of the home gym! I go home at lunch to lift and it saves me some time to lift in the jeans I am wearing for work.

    Originally Posted by ezra76 View Post
    Good lift. I'd be interested to hear how it goes with the knee. I have a double tear in my left, pretty much no meniscus's (menisci? meniscus'?). It hasn't been too bad as long as I use wraps for deads and squats. Running or jumping is a no go though. It'll swell the size of an egg out the left side of my knee cap if I do.
    I hope it goes well. I have issues doing any jumping or side to side movements right now. Along with this my on squats if I push it too heavy I get a Baker Cyst on the back of my knee. Luckily I have still been able to jog and ride a bike for some form of cardio.

    Hoping this will allow me to get back to somewhat my old self.
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    Originally Posted by shaneinga View Post
    Some nice lifts in here!

    My last heavy deadlift session of 2020. I go to get my left knee meniscus finally fixed on the 28th. 2021 is going to be all about rehab and trying to get back to a 3 plate squat after I finally get healed up.

    Hit a 405 single before this one and I should have added a tweener set in there to prime for 455 but it moved none the less.

    Good lift but man how can you workout in jeans???
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    Originally Posted by ezra76 View Post
    Good lift. I'd be interested to hear how it goes with the knee. I have a double tear in my left, pretty much no meniscus's (menisci? meniscus'?). It hasn't been too bad as long as I use wraps for deads and squats. Running or jumping is a no go though. It'll swell the size of an egg out the left side of my knee cap if I do.
    Lift less weight more often and employ a daily undulating periodization protocol. DUP gives amazing results. Try a run/walk type of running. The zombies are coming. You need to be able to run.
    Now there are short and simple exercises which tire the body rapidly, and so save our time; and time is something of which we ought to keep strict account. These exercises are running, brandishing weights, and jumping…. Select for practice any one of these, and you will find it plain and easy. But whatever you do, come back soon from body to mind.

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    Yes 305 x 12 (10# plus another rep with Hangover).



    Powerclean press 174



    Powerclean press 179



    I also did 184 but didn't film.

    PARTY TIME!!!
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    Originally Posted by LWW View Post
    Yes 305 x 12 (10# plus another rep with Hangover).



    Powerclean press 174



    Powerclean press 179



    I also did 184 but didn't film.

    PARTY TIME!!!
    I like the power cleans, but technically they're power cleans & push presses. Regardless, very nice.
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    Originally Posted by LWW View Post
    Yes 305 x 12 (10# plus another rep with Hangover).



    Powerclean press 174



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    I also did 184 but didn't film.

    PARTY TIME!!!
    Killing it brotha but why with a hangover?
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    Killing it brotha but why with a hangover?
    Saturday am is the only time I get to that gym, it closes at noon. I have to get drunk with wifey on Friday nights, that’s how our marriage works, we met at a bar.
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    Originally Posted by LWW View Post
    Saturday am is the only time I get to that gym, it closes at noon. I have to get drunk with wifey on Friday nights, that’s how our marriage works, we met at a bar.
    You HAVE to?? Or do you WANT to?
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    Originally Posted by bodyhard View Post
    You HAVE to?? Or do you WANT to?
    Want to, although I don’t get drunk every time, just sometimes. I’m actually quite used to training with some type of hangover. Been doing that for years, I ain’t the only one who drinks on Friday in that gym. It’s not a fitness weigh loss atmosphere, my kinda gym!!!
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