Seniors was a little chaotic and a lot of fun! Met some truly awesome people and got to hang with some good friends that I never see. Big Timmy and Kara B. Love them!
My training weight leading up to seniors was 215lbs. I lift in the 198lb class. So, I had to suck some weight. Yuck. I got it all off, but I failed to put it all back on. Uh oh.
I knew I was having problems when I broke parallel with 225. The suit was way too freaking loose. Not much I could do about it but be smart and lower my opener. I had planned to open with 451. Dropped it to 402. Thank goodness.
402-good(tied old meet PR, gym PR is 465)
This truly sucked. I was hoping/planning to go 451, 501, 525. Next time.
Honestly I was just hoping to get my opener and the last thing I expected was a pr.
242-flew up. 22lb PR. fastest of the three. easily left 10-15lbs on the platform.
Same thing here. Hadn’t PRed in training in a long time and didn’t expect much.
358-good. 23lb meet PR.
368-nope. got it to my knees but couldn’t push my hips through.
Total: 1002(45lb PR)
Guess I can’t complain too much. Certainly disapointed with how the squat went. Overall it was a great learning experience and I got to see some amazing lifters in action!
My normal training weight is around 210-215lbs. I cut wieght to make the 198s for the meet and didn’t put enough back on. Plus it’s a handmedown suit and the straps have always been way too loose. I can easily pull them off and on myself. So, I sent my suit home with Ginny and she put velcro on my straps, like a canvas, so now I hopefully won’t have that problem.