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IronBreez

IronBreez

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Aug 3, 2017
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#14
Friday
Training: Back, deadlift, seated low row, cable standing
Food: stew, potatoes, macaroni
Light day at work :)

Well, it is not east to find catchy topic name :)
 
IronBreez

IronBreez

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#16
Monday
training: legs,(squats, hack squat, leg curls, calves, 5 sets of 10 reps in squat and hack squat, 20 rep sets for curls and calves, calves in two different machine )
food: pork, chicken, rice
easy day at the work :)
 
IronBreez

IronBreez

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#17
Back again on the Journal. There has been some training sessions, but here is yesterday's for the record:
Thursday:
Training: Deadlift, Pull ups, Cable row,
Food: Meat soup, chicken, rice.
Work: one crazy day
 
IronBreez

IronBreez

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Aug 3, 2017
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#20
Monday:
training: Box squatting, hack squat, squats on smith, leg extension, leg curls , calves.
food: chicken, pasta, avocado

Tuesday: some cardio training ahead.

Pulling conventional or sumo?
Thanks for the interest. I have chosen conventional, I don't see any benefits of sumo style, unless it is powerlifting related.
More interested in this meat soup stuff she speaks of.
True that. That soup was tight.
 
BrotherIron

BrotherIron

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Thanks for the interest. I have chosen conventional, I don't see any benefits of sumo style, unless it is powerlifting related.
Sumo definitely has its place. You'd find that it brings up hams, glutes, low back all proportionately equal whereas conventional does not. Not saying train one, I'm saying it's best to train both.
 
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