Training Log: Part 4

Leg Press
5 Plates x 12 x 4 sets
Deadlift
Warm Ups
315 x 5
365 x 5
405 x 3 x 4 sets
495 x 2 x 4 sets
Snatch Grip Deads
275 x 8 x 3 sets
Lilly Shrugs
60 x 10 x 3 sets
Prowler Pulls w/Rope
3 Trips
Rower
2500m 13:11
Using the leg press as a warm up for my deadlift has been a huge eye opener to how my muscles fire. Having fatigued legs really makes me concentrate on my form, and I try to push myself away from the floor rather than “pulling”.
If you want to touch the afterlife I suggest trying a 2500m Row. Not only is it physically demanding but it will test your “quit”. Your whole body will ache but you have to keep going.

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Anderson Powerlifting

Anderson Powerlifting is a Powerlifting Gear Supplier. Ken Anderson started by selling to high schools out of a suitcase, then out of his garage and home office to where we are now; Anderson Powerlifting Headquarters in North Dallas. Ken is a 16-world record holder in the bench press in three different weight classes: 198, 220 and 242 lbs. He is also a world judge for the World Association of Bench and Deadlifters.

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