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Puerto Rico... good plan.  Thumbs Up
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Right?!? Heh.
 
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Squat: Up to 5x10@78kg
So long 10's. I don't want to see you for another year. True story.
 
Press: Up to 5x10@38
Ran out of time here. Did one set of 10 and then 4x5@40kg
 
I'm very thankful to SouthSide Bully for letting me hang and train. They were very good sessions. Truth be told; however; I've had my fill of public gyms for the year. Back home tomorrow.
 
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60 minutes of hot yoga.

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Bench:
Up to 3x5@50

Deadlift (1 week): 
Up to 1x5@95

Snow Prowling: going easy on this since it's been months. 1 minute of steady walk with 20kg, 1 minute rest. 30 minutes total.

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60 minutes hot yoga. Matted down right next to Darth Vader. Played the Darth march in my head for at least 1/2 of the time. Also thought of cake. 

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30 minutes on treadmill, interval stylin'. 

Lat pull downs: 5x10@80

Tri-cep pull down thingy: 3x10@50

Hangin' at the Animal House today with the bigg guy. 

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Press: Up to heavy single
60kg- PR. 

Totally stoked, I've been working on this for a year an a half. Missed it last year coming out of high volume and got it today. This makes me very happy. A strong strict press is happy.

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3x2@50kg

I'm going into a deload, probably for a few weeks. I've been struggling with inflammation and I'm concerned about the effects it's having on me systemically. I haven't felt good since my last deload in November. I want to feel that good again. Heh.

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Conngratulations!  Any plans to go for 135lbs?  Then you can look cool (er) anywhere you go.
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Originally posted by CHAD CHAD wrote:

Conngratulations!  Any plans to go for 135lbs?  Then you can look cool (er) anywhere you go.

I don't train in pounds, that alone makes me cooler than most. 

Thanks though. I may try on Saturday to up it to 62kg, my 60 went up pretty good after one minor sticking point. But 60 has been my goal and I'm happy.

Seriously though, thank youTongue.

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Originally posted by Juli Peterson Juli Peterson wrote:


I don't train in pounds, that alone makes me cooler than most. 


Check out the big strength on Juli!  You a strong mother, that's right.... the metric system.


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Well, allow ME to retort...

Alexeyev never trained in pounds either, but we all remember when he lifted 500 of them.
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Originally posted by CHAD CHAD wrote:

Well, allow ME to retort...

Alexeyev never trained in pounds either, but we all remember when he lifted 500 of them.

Well, I lulzed at Tom's post and also am very thankful for the props. It's a good lift and I'm proud of it.

Josh, Alexeev actually clean and pressed 230kg which equals 507 pounds. How do I know this? Because I am a big fan of the press and have been watching the video for years. Think it's a coincidence that I married one of the best pressers in the world? (I'm a lucky girl.)

No one who trains seriously cares how cool something looks, only that strength is expressed. I train seriously, and I hit a lift that is very good. Never mind that I'm a month out from 48. 

I can see why people hate NASGA.

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Huh?
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Juli -- Josh was continuing my Samuel L. Jackson metric system scene with the line "allow me to retort" from Pulp Fiction.  There was no criticism aimed at you or your lift.

Hat tip to Mr. Roslik.

Apologies for the confusion to Ms. Peterson.

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Originally posted by TomLawrence TomLawrence wrote:

Juli -- Josh was continuing my Samuel L. Jackson metric system scene with the line "allow me to retort" from Pulp Fiction.  There was no criticism aimed at you or your lift.

Hat tip to Mr. Roslik.

Apologies for the confusion to Ms. Peterson.

Tom

No confusion, I've seen Pulp Fiction enough times that I could honestly quote the whole thing. It's one of my favorites. 

The criticism came when referencing that somehow 135# (presumably "two wheels" but who cares) is more impressive "looking" than 60kg. And then bringing in one of the greatest Clean & Press' of history as being 500# as some kind of exclamation point.

The Russian's lift was 230kg. Weightlifting numbers are kg, but we have to put pounds in parenthesis so the general public can understand the feat of strength since 2.2# per kg isn't well known here in 'merika. If you train in Kg you know that. 

My point was A. looking cool(er) has nothing to do with serious training and 2. bringing into reference one of the best lifts in history has absolutely nothing to do with me or my PR or my log. 

Obviously. 

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A year plus later, I'm still training and throwing. I just competed in Nationals Masters weightlifting and did as good as I could but I have a lot of work to do with my lifts. I'm also working with Mike Westerling for help in my lifts and my programming to balance the weightlifting and the throwing to avoid driving myself into the ground by June (which I tend to do.)

I'm still writing too...sporadically. When the mood hits.

https://tosabarbell.com/2016/04/09/for-the-record/

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