bench= strong! keep it up!
Met a powerlifter from Ireland these days while I was working (I'm working in a suplements store at the moment). Haven't spoken english for over a year, but I did good. He came with a brazilian friend to buy some whey protein, who said his friend lift heavy weights and needed protein, and I asked If it was Powerlifting. Mario is his name, and he competes in the 100kg class, has some good lifts: 200kg squat (knee wrapped), 160kg bench (raw) and 235kg (raw), not a world champion, but good lifts.
He trains wih some strong guys:
Nice to meet a powerlifter from another country. Now I'm trying to see how they train over there, change some tips...
Thanks PV! I hope so.
Did laterals, triceps pressdown and calves.
Re-hab in the morning.
2x3@180kg - without straps, without chalk, without groove, meh! Impossible to hold decently. I was feeling strong, and I think I could had done 5 reps for this weight.
Tried 190kg conventional deadlift. Bad, bad idea. My knee started to hurt imediately, I'm icing this shiit right now.
Stiff - again
8@130kg - not good, wasn 't able to use my hips due to pain.
Seated leg curl
Heal mother ****er, heal! At this point I need patience, should not have tried the dealift, so I'll have more caution from now on.
keep doing it!
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3@108kg - my training partner point me out that I wasn't breathing in the entire set, and I wasn't hehe, that's why the first 2 reps were so easy and the third was a grind. I had so many things to do this day and was not concentrated in training. Besides that bench is going very well.
Stiff - deload
Then some isometric barbell hold with 170kg, calves and neck.
As the doctor said it seems my knee have bursitis, not a major problem, but a major pain in the ass, only time to heal.