Finally figured out I should start keeping a log to keep track of everything. I've been lifting for about 4 years now, only 1.5 seriously though--starting after my first year of college when I ordered Berardi's Scrawny to Brawny. I train to get bigger and stronger.
My goals are to get to 220 (currently 197) and to dead/squat/bench 495/405/315. My current bests are 445/335/265. I like to lift for a month or two with a program and then do something differently.
2/15/10: Back + Tris
Deadlift: worked up to 405*3, 425*3, 445*2 (PR)
Pull-up: +65*3, +70*3, BW*9
T-bar Row: 180*5, 190*5
Rope Pull: 100*8
Cable Triceps Extension: 70*8, 80*8
A lot of these exercises are new to me.
Deads aren't, my old pr was 425*2
On pull-ups, I can do +125*2, put I'm trying to focusing on "feeling" the back, so I'm going lighter and really trying to get a mind-muscle connection. This is my third time doing chins in this fashion.
First time doing T-bar rows, I could feel them hitting the back more than BB rows, I think I'll go with higher reps on these next time.