Oh... lol. I thought you meant in a row to. I was actually quite impressed as I can only just get 20 on a really good day.
Keep at it then fatty!
5/3/1 week 3 Mp
Was hoping for 3, but not too bad.
10 Neutral grip
Did a set of 7 wide grip... happy with that.
Incline DB press
No more... back = spent.
5@BW+20kg PB weight.
I did some really light leg presses after this to see how my leg was feeling and it feels pretty good :)
Keep in mind I havn't squatted in about 3 weeks.
5/3/1 week 1 squats
Could have easily gotten more, I reckon about 8 reps total, but my wrists were seriously hurting, they are still sore. I tried widening my grip, but that just makes my back feel loose and the bar feels unstable, and if I have a close grip it feels like my wrists are hyperextending. *sigh*
Did a set of 10 front squats after this, CVS is so shitty, I really need to work on this.
It was about time you updated your log skippy! ;)
Sad to hear about your wrist problems again i've suffered of wrist pain before (i've got narrow, girly wrists) and it's no fun, I hope you fix it asap. I think I told you this before but what helped me the most was grabbing every BB or DB in the gym like if I wanted to do some "iron juice", gripping them very tight no matter what exercise to help keep my wrists straight. But I'm sure you already do that.
Meanwhile you're still doing a good job! 155 ain't no joke.
Hehe, thanks man! To be honest though, I reckon I'm well capable of pulling off 8-10 reps with 155kg. I can keep my wrists straighter, but I have to have the bar higher than I'd like on my traps which makes the reps harder. I think it could just be an adjustment issue with comming back to squatting.
I was doing closer stance squats so that I could go deeper (Like you said with the oly squats, the deeper squat has a great carry-over), but I've always felt the lower bar position helped keep my centre of gravity more consistent, irrelevant of how deep I go. I'll see how my wrists hold up next week, then I might think about the higher bar position.