Training day 07-05-2013

This was a workout fueled entirely by Blood for Blood today. I was tired, I took a nap after work and almost didn’t go in, but I did and ended up having a very good session.

Movements you take for granted when injured, like pushups, become something that signifies progress from injury.

You never really know how to succeed until you experience failure, and I don’t mean losing a game or having mommy not buy you the Lexus you want. I mean real failure. Major injury, job loss, hardship, etc..

When you taste the foul taste of defeat, the kind that rocks your core, and you dig back from it; you learn to really appreciate what it takes to be better.

STANDING DB PRESS
Set 1: 50 lbs × 15
Set 2: 25 lbs × 15
Set 3: 85 lbs × 15
Set 4: 55 lbs × 15
Set 5: 85 lbs × 15
Set 6: 55 lbs × 15
Set 7: 85 lbs x 15
Set 8: 55 lbs x 15

Slowly using more weight.

SIDE LATERALS
Set 1: 20 lbs × 20
Set 2: 20 lbs × 20
Set 3: 20 lbs × 20

PUSHUPS
Set 1: 25 reps
Set 2: 20 reps
Set 3: 20 reps

FACE PULLS
Set 1: 110 lbs × 10
Set 2: 150 lbs × 10
Set 3: 190 lbs × 10
Set 4: 210 lbs × 10
Set 5: 210 lbs × 10

CLOSE GRIP LAT PULLDOWNS
Set 1: 130 lbs × 15
Set 2: 130 lbs × 15
Set 3: 130 lbs × 15

BARBELL CURLS
Set 1: 45 lbs × 100

ROPE PRESSDOWNS
Set 1: 110 lbs × 15
Set 2: 110 lbs × 15
Set 3: 110 lbs × 15

STANDING ABS
Set 1: 90 lbs × 20
Set 2: 90 lbs × 20

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