Browners New Powerlifting Log

Discussion in 'Training Logs' started by Browner, Jun 27, 2017.

  1. Browner

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    Mini session today
    Deadlift w/belt 220kg x3x3 @8rpe
     
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    28/11/17

    Went right away from the program last night. Trained with a power lifting buddy of mine who is running Sheiko. Thought I would follow that for a session and the volume almost killed me. Good to mix it up though.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BcDRFmwhTWH/?taken-by=moose_lifts

    Deadlifts
    200 x2(x2)
    225 x1(x3)
    200 x2(x2)

    TnG Bench
    132.5 x4(x2)
    150 x2(x2)
    140 x3(x2)
    130 x5(x1)
    115 x9(x1)
    100 x11(x1)

    DL from Boxes
    190 x5(x2)
    220 x4(x4)
     
  5. Jester

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    Boris does love his 75% for 54 reps ...
     
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  6. Browner

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    Not sure I could handle that much volume on a regular basis. I think you can get a better training effect from higher intensity’s and lower volume. I know I’m aching like a mf today too.
     
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  8. Jester

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    Couldn’t agree more.
     
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  13. Jester

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    How do you find the block pulls?
     
  14. Browner

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    @Jester I like them. The technique is much truer to a true deadlift than a rack pull.

    Currently pulling 3 days a week, with first pulling day my comp pull, 2nd a relatively light block pull and third a moderate pause pull.

    Not sure how much carry over they have, but I enjoy them and gives me extra pulling volume without sacrificing my recovery.
     
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  19. Jester

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    Just lower volume for a week, not load. Volume is driving the fatigue, not the % of rm.
     
  20. Browner

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    My deloads, thats exactly what I do. Usually will do just 1 or 2 sets but keep the intensity high around 8-9rpe, and drop the assistance stuff for that week.
     

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