Training day 04-21-2013

I hate higher rep squats. I lived in the 1-5 rep range for so long that anything over 5 reps is rejected like a bad organ transplant.

So that means since I am delving into the bodybuilding world, I better get used to some reps, even if I have to take a huge step back to allow for adaptation for now. Humbling, annoying, but necessary.

HAMSTRING CURLS
Set 1: 100 lbs × 20
Set 2: 100 lbs × 20
Set 3: 100 lbs × 20

SPIDER BAR SQUAT
Set 1: 80 lbs × 5
Set 2: 160 lbs × 10
Set 3: 250 lbs × 10
Set 4: 250 lbs × 10
Set 5: 250 lbs × 10
Set 6: 250 lbs x 8

LEG EXTENSION
Set 1: 130 lbs × 15
Set 2: 130 lbs × 15
Set 3: 130 lbs × 15

INVERSE CURL
Set 1: 115 lbs × 8
Set 2: 115 lbs × 8
Set 3: 125 lbs × 8

This machine is the HARDEST THING I HAVE EVER DONE IN A DAMN GYM!!!!!

http://www.westside-barbell.com/products/?c=7&p=405

A damn good machine.

SEATED CALF RAISES
Set 1: 70 lbs × 15
Set 2: 70 lbs × 15
Set 3: 70 lbs × 15

FAT BAR PULLDOWNS
Set 1: 80 lbs × 15
Set 2: 80 lbs × 15
Set 3: 80 lbs × 15
Set 4: 80 lbs × 15

HAMMER CURLS
Set 1: 45 lbs × 10
Set 2: 45 lbs × 10

DUMBBELL CURLS
Set 1: 40 lbs × 12
Set 2: 40 lbs × 12

CRUNCHES
Set 1: 75 reps

Killed the volume today even if I had to humble myself dramatically to get used to higher rep squats. Pretty damn bad when I have to drop so low to take more steps forward.

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