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19 hours ago, Terra said:

 

I will have to pass this month.  My body is revolting right now and anything more than a walk down the hall to the potty is causing pain.  I hope to recover soon but it is totally up to my body to evict the cooties that have invaded.  Thanks for thinking of me...  

 

Hope you feel better soon! Rest up well and feel better.

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Woohoo, I got to the gym today.

Type of exercise: Back Squat
Weight: 40kg
Reps per set: 5
RPE: 9

Type of exercise: Benchpress
Weight: 35kg
Reps per set: 5
RPE: 8

Type of exercise: Deadlift
Weight: 60kg
RPE: 9

Legs are feeling it now. Especially the right one. My knee and inner thigh hurt a bit. Doing RICE thing as I type. Going to look at getting a knee brace.

I could have bumped the weight up a bit more for the benchpress, but after my thigh started to ache from the squats I backed off. The deadlift was good. I may have been able to add extra weight, but didnt want to push my right leg.

I also need to add a back exercise to my lifts.

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On 1/14/2019 at 1:53 AM, Thom Stépan said:

Type of exercise: Deadlift
Weight: 60kg
RPE: 9

 

Thom could you state your weight, this is needed for Wilks calculations.

 

Also was this deadlift set one rep?

 

I put you in the sheet.

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Thom could you state your weight, this is needed for Wilks calculations.

 

Also was this deadlift set one rep?

 

I put you in the sheet.

I am 129kg, the deadlift was one set of five reps.

 

I have just put those numbers in the sheet mate.

 

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9 hours ago, Mr_Willes said:

Whoop whoop, squat above 100!

 

 

Squat 126.55 279.00 4 8 151.20 333.33 100.12

 

Nice one dude!

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ok, I'm PRETTY sure I've updated the leaderboard.

thom your on the Board. Welcome to this BRUTAL challenge

 

DEADLIFT     OVERHEAD PRESS     SQUAT     BENCHPRESS    
1 126.85 jonfirestar 1 39.31 Mr_Willes 1 115.29 jonfirestar 1 63.90 jonfirestar
2 97.80 Mr_Willes 2 36.85 jonfirestar 2 100.12 Mr_Willes 2 49.52 Mr_Willes
3 50.41 TGP 3 28.00 TGP 3 72.66 jarric 3 25.89 Bker1370
4 47.35 Bker1370 4 27.16 Raxie 4 41.18 Bker1370 4 24.45 Raxie
5 43.46 Raxie 5 24.33 Bker1370 5 27.16 Raxie 5 24.44 Thom Stepan

 

do all the numbers look right?

 

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Mine look about right.

Those Wilks numbers look a bit low compared to some of you guys.

At least I know that I am at the start of my barbell strength training program. So I am not discouraged. I started at the gym back in September and did a couple of workouts before I let life get in the way.

Before that it was 2012 when I was doing stronglifts regularly. I view Monday as my starting point.



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12 hours ago, Jarric said:

 

Nice one dude!

 

Thanx,

 

So now it's time to hear from you with your deadlift chasing me!

 

7 hours ago, TGP said:

ok, I'm PRETTY sure I've updated the leaderboard.

thom your on the Board. Welcome to this BRUTAL challenge

 

 

DEADLIFT     OVERHEAD PRESS     SQUAT     BENCHPRESS    
1 126.85 jonfirestar 1 39.31 Mr_Willes 1 115.29 jonfirestar 1 63.90 jonfirestar
2 97.80 Mr_Willes 2 36.85 jonfirestar 2 100.12 Mr_Willes 2 49.52 Mr_Willes
3 50.41 TGP 3 28.00 TGP 3 72.66 jarric 3 25.89 Bker1370
4 47.35 Bker1370 4 27.16 Raxie 4 41.18 Bker1370 4 24.45 Raxie
5 43.46 Raxie 5 24.33 Bker1370 5 27.16 Raxie 5 24.44 Thom Stepan

 

do all the numbers look right?

 

 

Let me just check, Overhead Press, yeah this seems about right...

 

Let me see if i can push it up a bit more tonight...

 

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13 hours ago, Mr_Willes said:

Let me see if i can push it up a bit more tonight.

 

Narrator: "but he could not"

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On 1/15/2019 at 8:15 AM, Mr_Willes said:

Whoop whoop, squat above 100!

 

 

Squat 126.55 279.00 4 8 151.20 333.33 100.12

Hurry up and catch up ;) It's going to be 2 more weeks before I do a session that'll really extend my numbers so you have time! 

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13 hours ago, jonfirestar said:

Hurry up and catch up ;) It's going to be 2 more weeks before I do a session that'll really extend my numbers so you have time! 

 

The difference is 15 Wilks, that would mean that my e1RM needs to go up from 151KG to about 174KG, i don't think that's doable in a mere 2 weeks... If i can manage that for the PL-meet (end of May) i would be more than happy with that result!

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4 hours ago, Librarian of Doom said:

Added some Deadlift numbers today...holding steady at about 80-85% of my old 1RM

 

You are on the Leaderboard, Librarian of Doom with a Good High entry for your deadlift.

GJ!

 

                       
 
DEADLIFT
   
OVERHEAD PRESS
   
SQUAT
   
BENCHPRESS
 
1 126.85 jonfirestar 1 39.31 Mr_Willes 1 115.29 jonfirestar 1 63.90 jonfirestar
2 97.80 Mr_Willes 2 36.85 jonfirestar 2 100.12 Mr_Willes 2 49.52 Mr_Willes
3 82.88 Librarian of Doom 3 28.00 TGP 3 72.66 jarric 3 41.63 Raxie
4 52.56 Raxie 4 27.16 Raxie 4 41.63 Raxie 4 25.89 Bker1370
5 50.41 TGP 5 25.54 Bker1370 5 41.18 Bker1370 5 24.44 Thom Stepan
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On 1/16/2019 at 6:12 AM, Mr_Willes said:

Thanx,

 

So now it's time to hear from you with your deadlift chasing me!

 

I'm just waiting for deadlifts to come up in my Crossfit rotation mate! In the meantime I hit a new max at sumo deadlift this morning. Tried for 140kg but couldn't get it up.

 

Llift Weight KG Weight lbs Reps RPE e1RM KG e1RM lbs Wilks

Sumo deadlift 130 286.60 2 9.5 138.45 305.22 98.38

 

 

My actual deadlift should be a bit higher than this when I get the chance.

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Back in the gym today guys.

Squat:
3x5@45kg rpe 9

Bench:
3x5@40kg rpe 10

Deadlift:
1x5@70kg rpe 9

Lat Pulldowns:
3x5@36kg rpe 9

Rowing machine 500m in 2.29minutes.

What sort of crazy jumps on the rower after doing his big lifts? The one who has heard a bit about that bastard David Goggins who said "When you think you are done, you are only 40% done."

I had to prove him right didn't I and push past my 40%.

I managed to stop myself from puking in the gym. Standing was optional at first, until I knew I could breathe deeper standing up than sitting on the rower.

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I'm still working on healing this broken rib, but I figured as long as I'm doing SL5x5 again I might as well record the lifts here. So, I added my last lifts to a new sheet.

 

I'm not quite sure how to do the perceived exertion. The muscles for the lift aren't very tired on the squat and deadlift (overhead press actually was starting to tire the muscles on the last set). So, I went with fairly low numbers on those.

 

Llift Weight KG Weight lbs Reps RPE e1RM e1RM lbs Wilks
Deadlift 45.36 100.00 5 6.5 58.60 129.20 39.51
Squat 58.97 130.00 5 7 75.02 165.39 50.57
Overhead Press 31.75 70.00 5 8 39.15 86.31 26.39
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I'm still working on healing this broken rib, but I figured as long as I'm doing SL5x5 again I might as well record the lifts here. So, I added my last lifts to a new sheet.
 
I'm not quite sure how to do the perceived exertion. The muscles for the lift aren't very tired on the squat and deadlift (overhead press actually was starting to tire the muscles on the last set). So, I went with fairly low numbers on those.
 

Llift Weight KG Weight lbs Reps RPE e1RM e1RM lbs Wilks
Deadlift 45.36 100.00 5 6.5 58.60 129.20 39.51
Squat 58.97 130.00 5 7 75.02 165.39 50.57
Overhead Press 31.75 70.00 5 8 39.15 86.31 26.39
The simple way is with this handy guide;3e9cf77459613b2ccc60e2bb26d40766.jpg

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On 1/18/2019 at 1:32 PM, Jarric said:

 

I'm just waiting for deadlifts to come up in my Crossfit rotation mate! In the meantime I hit a new max at sumo deadlift this morning. Tried for 140kg but couldn't get it up.

 

 

Llift Weight KG Weight lbs Reps RPE e1RM KG e1RM lbs Wilks

 

Sumo deadlift 130 286.60 2 9.5 138.45 305.22 98.38

 

 

My actual deadlift should be a bit higher than this when I get the chance.

 

Deadlift 137.44 303.00 1 8 149.07 328.63 98.71

 

Sweet, we are neck to neck, IF your regular deadlift is not much higher than your sumo.

 

Last friday, the deadlift went pretty well, numbers came up a little bit, but most pleasing was that they felt much more solid doing them. Me and deadlift have never been friends. So i'm hoping that this program, with it's assistance exercises wil make me a bit more friends with it.

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35 minutes ago, Thom Stépan said:

So do I add my new weights in extra rows or overwrite the previous week's efforts as they are the same lifts?

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You can do either, but I would overwrite the previous efforts, as I'm not sure if the leaderboard can cope with multiple lines of the same exercise.

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5 hours ago, Mr_Willes said:

 

 

Deadlift 137.44 303.00 1 8 149.07 328.63 98.71

 

Sweet, we are neck to neck, IF your regular deadlift is not much higher than your sumo.

 

Last friday, the deadlift went pretty well, numbers came up a little bit, but most pleasing was that they felt much more solid doing them. Me and deadlift have never been friends. So i'm hoping that this program, with it's assistance exercises wil make me a bit more friends with it.

 

My next normal deadlift session should be 130kg x 5, so unless my RPE is really weird that'll keep us pretty close.

 

Glad your deads are progressing well mate. I have the opposite problem, my deadlift feels strong but my squat is crap right now.

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