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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby new05002 » Mon Feb 23, 2015 10:07 pm

365-380 BS PRs.



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345 and 350 FS PRs

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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby new05002 » Sun Mar 01, 2015 8:41 pm

400# Back Squat PR

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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby vidret » Mon Mar 02, 2015 4:22 pm

nice! reclaimed it on the way up, good job nick
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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby new05002 » Mon Mar 02, 2015 4:25 pm

vidret wrote:nice! reclaimed it on the way up, good job nick


a little bit of good morning there. Looks like I need more core strength, esp lower back to help me stay more upright in the squat. Going to need a lot more work to increase my squats.

Cycles over so now I will focus on other things for a bit. Pressing strength will come up now (OHP, snatch grip press, even some dumbell work) to mix into the next wave of training to strength my catch in the snatch and jerk.
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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby vidret » Mon Mar 02, 2015 6:41 pm

try some side-planks too. that shit can do wonders.

probably don't need more lower back. it's a sign of lower back strength since that's what you want to move towards, or asymmetry at least. but not lower back weakness.
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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby new05002 » Mon Mar 02, 2015 10:25 pm

vidret wrote:try some side-planks too. that shit can do wonders.

probably don't need more lower back. it's a sign of lower back strength since that's what you want to move towards, or asymmetry at least. but not lower back weakness.


Yea I am offloading my quads to my posterior chain to bring the weight up at the very end but I also have some amount of forward lean that I would like to prevent with stronger core on the way back up.

Although I do have a ~160 kg or so Front Squat where forward lean is basically impossible without dumping the weight. So in that case I do have a strong enough upper back to maintain posture.
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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby new05002 » Mon Mar 16, 2015 12:35 pm

365# FS PR, 3 attempts at 235# Snatch, 1 Attempt at a 315# CLean

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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby new05002 » Thu Mar 26, 2015 11:52 am

405 and 410 Back Squats

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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby vidret » Thu Mar 26, 2015 7:31 pm

YeaehaeyaehaeaeyahAHEy

gonna need to see some beach pics soon man. some butt-pics.

now spread.
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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby new05002 » Fri Mar 27, 2015 3:12 pm

vidret wrote:YeaehaeyaehaeaeyahAHEy

gonna need to see some beach pics soon man. some butt-pics.

now spread.


I aint got no ass man. Not with these genetics
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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby vidret » Sat Mar 28, 2015 1:21 pm

new05002 wrote:I aint got no ass man.


i'll be your ass man.

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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby mathias » Sat Mar 28, 2015 4:44 pm

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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby new05002 » Sat Mar 28, 2015 7:42 pm

mathias wrote:I saw this thread title (hi all, just came back to ILF recently) and thought "Dunwich amps guy is always posting crossfit stuff on Tumblr, I wonder if he's in here... *click* yuuup"


yea man here I am!
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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby potatofarmer » Mon Mar 30, 2015 11:32 am

vidret wrote:
potatofarmer wrote:My numbers are weak: pulldowns 105#, standing shoulder press 50#, seated leg press 85#, seated leg curl 85#, squat BW+30#, bench press 60#, rows 90#. All at 5x5, though if I feel I can get in another set without overexertion I'll sneak one in. PF's dumbbells jump every 5#, so at some point jumping 10# total is going to be an issue.


most exercises can be used adapted to dumbbells so don't give up, just google around for alternatives a bit. a problem might arise later on when you hit the maximum weight for the dumbbells (as well as the machines) but that's a good problem. if you're gonna squat in the smith machine it'll resemble a leg press a lot more than a squat, if you're gonna do anything in a smith machine look it up first. i've known several people that got fucked by the smith.

glad you're doing it, keep it up :thumb:


Another few weeks in and I'm making progress.

Pulldowns 130#, standing shoulder press 70#, seated leg press 100#, seated leg curl 100#, squat BW+65#, bench press 90#, rows 110#. I've also started doing "stiff-leg straight-back dumbbell deadlifts" and I'm at 80# on those. I figure those + the leg presses + leg curls should roughly cover deadlift territory, unfortunately all isolated though. I've tried to do traditional deadlifts with dumbbells and it's just too weird and awkward. I guess it's pretty close to a Romanian deadlift; would that be any better than the isolation exercises?

Still avoiding the Smith. Don't really see the point anymore, so I'll probably exhaust the dumbbells that PF has and try to find a real gym, or at least the Y. To ease the transition of having to jump 10# instead of five I'm staying at one weight until I can do a 6th set of 5 reps. Seems to be working so far.

For squats I'm mostly doing goblet squats, though I tried a few sets of suitcase squats and I found them easier; I could probably add another ten pounds without issue. I don't know if it matters at this stage where I'm holding the dumbbells - front, sides, near shoulders? - or if I should alternate what squats I'm doing. Goblet squats seem to require more effort, which seems like a good thing.
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Re: the DOOM WORKOUT

Postby vidret » Mon Mar 30, 2015 10:00 pm

i'll reply tomorrow morning when i'm at a keyboard, or rather update this post, check back later taters!

lol later tater.
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