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Wolverine

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  1. I hope so! That's the idea anyway. Now the hard part - sticking to it and not getting distracted by shiny things!!! Thanks! So far so good. I hadn't heard of it either. I think most lifters around here are interested in strength first and hypertrophy second. As I am the opposite, in my searching I came across quite a few routines that I hadn't heard of before. I think Schoenfield's program is cool because it's split into three (four counting the break-in routine I'm doing now) different training phases, all with a different purpose. It's gonna
  2. I like hook grip (thumbs tucked) a lot for the deadlift. Granted, I've got beginner strength levels (max is around 250 lb.) so I'm no expert, but I found that it helped my grip immensely. Hurts at first but you get used to it. Most lifters I know/see use an alternating grip (one hand facing you, one hand facing away). You will reach a point where your grip will fail before your back/legs, so I'd suggest choosing one or the other (hook or alternating) soonish so that you don't have to relearn your form when you hit higher weights.
  3. PHUL was one of my finalists! Looking forward to seeing how you like it.
  4. Joybird couch or a true midcentury mod?
  5. And just when you think you're done... you have kids and have to start doing it all over again. Congrats, @namelesswonder!
  6. I'm right there with you. The entire challenge I've been asking myself why I chose THIS challenge to be my first one back!
  7. Wow! Sooo cool! I have a couple things on my "would love to try but am too scared" list. You may have inspired me to attempt a couple.
  8. I've (finally) decided on a program by Brad Schoenfield. It's unlike anything I've ever done before, so I'm a little nervous about making the commitment to it, but... YOLO? First part is a "Break-In Routine" for those who haven't trained before or are coming back from a long layoff. As I am both injured (left shoulder, right elbow, lower back) and coming back from almost two months of inconsistent training, I have decided to go ahead and complete the two months of preparatory work before the actual program starts. BREAK-IN ROUTINE Block 1 Microcycle 1 Day 1
  9. Thanks, BB. Both the support and the reminder of why we're here is appreciated.
  10. WEEK 2 (LACK OF) PROGRESS Mind Post in challenge thread: 1 of 5 Follow at least 5 others and stay active in their threads: 1 of 5 Mouth Track all food every day: 0 of 7 Eat at least 135 g of protein: 0 of 7 Muscles Training: 1 of 5 Stick with program: 0 Notes Another difficult week. Not going to say it was unproductive, because it wasn't, but more productive in non-challenge ways. Now that the caregiver role has come to an end, I should be able to get back into a better routine. There will be things to do, but the
  11. On Friday night / Saturday morning, SM lost her battle with cancer. 32 days from diagnosis to death. Crazy. I miss her terribly but am very thankful that it's over. It's a weird feeling. Thanks for all the support!
  12. WEEK 1 (LACK OF) PROGRESS Mind Post in challenge thread: 5 of 5 Follow at least 5 others and stay active in their threads: 5 of 5 Mouth Track all food every day: 3 of 7 Eat at least 135 g of protein: 1 of 7 Muscles Training: 2 of 5 Stick with program: 0 Notes Well, I think I underestimated how all-encompassing the death process would be. I hope that doesn't sound callous; it's not meant to. I was single parenting for half the week and caregiving the other half. All meals were provided by others or grabbed on my way
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