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So, it's been a while since I've been on the site (almost two years). Got sick and then was overwhelmed with life, grad school, excuses, etc. I've lifted on and off but haven't really made any long term gains because of inconsistency. Lots of life things have happened - got my PhD, started a new job, husband started his own business, life craziness. Best part: I'm finally done with school! I want to get serious again and make some gains. This challenge is all about consistency. Without further ado: 1. Lift 3-4 times a week, Danger Method I started this
Having made the dangerous trip to the miserable hole-in-the-ground known as Gildgrizzle, Stonefist surveyed the surrounding landscape. Yes, there was potential here, but it would take a lot of hard toil, time, and not to mention malt beer and ripe meat off the bone. First things first, dwellings must be dug. The upper layers around here were sandy loam, relatively easy to shift. Just as well, as he was still a novice miner. For the size of dwelling he'd imagined, it would take shifting quite a bit of weight, but he had a secret weapon, a method created by some mysterious entity known only as
I started on the Danger Method 15 week program last night and I figured I should do a log here to track progress. I'll go ahead and list my estimated 1RMs as a starting point. Squat - 290 Front Squat - 225 Bench Press - 200 Shoulder Press - 110 Deadlift - 340 First workout - Block 1, Week 1, Day 1 - 06/29/15 Bench Press -100 x 5 x 2 -120 x 5 -140 x 3 -135 x 10 -122 x 10 x 3 Squat -145 x 5 x 2 -175 x 5 -205 x 3 -195 x 10 -176 x 10 x 3 Good Morning -135 x 5 x 3 Ab Wheel roll-outs -3 x 8 Sliding Floor Ham Curls -3 x 8 About all I can say is that 10s are harder than I thought