Nationals Week 5 Day 6

Squat w/wraps: 1@661.4/300, 694.4/315, 716.5/325
Squat w/straps down: 1@749.6/340, 771.6/350
Stiff leg deadlift: 6@308.6/140, 352.7/160

Well it was a double pb day, 325 with wraps and 350 straps down. Squat is feeling really strong.

Nationals Week 5 Day 5

SSB: 2@413.4/187.5, 435.4/197.5, 457.5/207.5, 457.5/207.5
Speed Bench w/monster mini band: 9×3@231.5/105
3Board: 6@385.8/175, 407.9/185, 429.9/195, 451.9/205, 474/215

Everything felt good, the 6s on 3board was tiring but good.

Nationals Week 5 Day 4

Deadlift w/suit: 1@639.3/290, 661.4/300, 683.4/310, 694.4/315, 694.4/315
Deadlift from 2″ deficit: 3×3@529.1/240

After getting my right glute med treated my deadlifts are feeling much better, pulled almost pain free.

Nationals Week 5 Day 3

Squat w/belt: 2@540.1/245, 562.2/255, 573.2/260
Close grip 3board: 6@330.7/150, 352.7/160, 374.8/170, 385.8/175, 396.8/180

Good squat day, decided to do boards on close grip to get some tricep volume in.

Nationals Week 5 Day 1

Bench Shirt(52 Bolt): 2@573.2/260(2b/1b), 2@584.2/265(1b/.5b), 1@595.2/270(chest-fail)
3board: 3@485/220, 507.1/230

Well I think the bolt is getting put away and the rage x will go back on for now, still need more time to get used to the path.

Nationals Week 4 Day 6

Squat w/straps down: 1@694.4/315, 727.5/330, 755.1/342.5(PR)
Squat w/wraps: 2@617.3/280

Well the first day in the suit, just straps down, went really good. I hit a small PB and felt like I could have done much more, but didn’t need to push it more on the first day. The drop sets in wraps didn’t feel good on my back so I only did the first set.

Nationals Week 4 Day 5

SSB: 2@413.4/187.5, 457.5/207.5, 479.5/217.5
Speed Bench w/monster mini + mini: 9×3@220.5/100
2Board: 3@418.9/190, 440.9/200

Well I think the heavy band tension destroyed my triceps and I didn’t have anything left for boards.

Nationals Week 4 Day 4

Deadlift Suit: 1@639.3/290, 650.4/295, 661.4/300, 672.4/305
Chest Supported Rows: 6@220.5/100, 242.5/110, 264.6/120

My right glute is still distraught at the idea of deadlifting, insta-pain off the floor once the weight gets heavier.