2015-03-09 training log

10!!

I hit 10 consecutive dips today. That’s a milestone.

I mean, I used to not do dips because of shoulder issues. Then I started again, bench dips, then said screw it and went for proper dips. The goal was to get 10 in a row, and today I achieved that! To boot, it was after my bench work.

Am I stronger? Sure. But the real success was dropping a significant amount of weight.

Now that I hit 10, I’m going to ride that out until I can get 5×10 across — that’s the next goal.

In other news… weight is up a hair from Thursday’s slack, but slowly coming back down. I remain in the ballpark for this mid so I’m good with it all. No question tho, the body is happier to have more carbs and more fat. I overall function better, in the gym I’m obviously hitting more reps…. it’ll be depressing in abou 4 weeks when I’m 1. back on the fat-loss train, 2. about a week of the loser-diet has been going and I’ll be all depleted. 🙂 But hopefully this is the home stretch for me, so I’ll roll with it.

Because of that, I keep thinking about where to go after this. I’m pretty firm in my desire to make my next goal bench 3, squat 4, deadlift 5… which could mean 300/400/500 or 3/4/5-wheels… Kinda going for the latter, but certainly you hit the former on your way there. Given that, I have actually been toying with the idea of going back to 5/3/1 OR maybe even finally trying Cube (Kingpin, if I did opt for any particular template). Don’t know, thinking out loud, but I am pretty certain 3/4/5 is my next goal.

Based upon Paul Carter’s Basebuilding

  • Bench Press (model 1)
    • bar x 5
    • bar x 5
    • 120 x 5
    • 145 x 4
    • 165 x 3
    • 180 x 2
    • 205 x 1
    • 225 x 1
    • 180 x 8
    • 180 x 8
    • 180 x 8
    • 180 x 6
    • 180 x 5
  • Dips
    • BW x 10 (PR!)
    • BW x 7
    • BW x 7
    • BW x 5 (hand slipped)
    • BW x 6
  • DB Incline Press
    • 45e x 12
    • 45e x 12
    • 45e x 9
  • Machine Flies (350-Method)
    • 70 x 12
    • 70 x 12
    • 70 x 12

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