HB Squat: w/u, 5 x 5 x 140kg in ~7 min.
BtN Push Press: 5 x 70kg, 5 x 80kg, 5 x 90kg, 2 x 3 x 100kg, 12 x 70kg
I think that was all. Quick session the night before an exam.
Squat: w/u with 3x100kg, 2x150kg, 1x190kg; 1 x 230kg, 3 x 1 x 210kg, 3 x 2 x 190kg
BtN Push Press: 8 x 70kg, 6 x 80kg, 5 x 90kg
Squat: w/u with 3x60kg, 3x110kg, 1x150kg, 1x190kg; 1 x 220kg, M x 240kg (not good!), 3 x 2 x 210kg
Bench: w/u with 8x70kg; 3 x 110kg, 3 x 120kg, 2 x 3 x 130kg, 4 x 3 x 120kg
Cable Row: 3 x 6, full stack
HB Squat: w/u with 3x70kg, 3x120kg; 3 x 160kg, 5 x 5 x 150kg (in just under 20 min.)
Deadlift: 3 x 120kg, 2 x 160kg, 2 x 2 x 180kg, 3 x 2 x 160kg
Bench: 3 x 100kg, 5 x 3 x 120kg
It's been an odd week of training, but some things are going well at least. I have a cut on my shoulder / back from low-bar squats, and I've been trying to let it heal for a while. It's still annoying me, so I'm sticking with mostly high-bar for now to let it recover.
I missed 240kg yesterday on a horrible bar, but I think it was mostly due to quad exhaustion after a week of high volume olympic squats. Maybe I'll finally build some leg strength with these instead of having to rely on my back and glutes!
High frequency dynamic benching seems to be working as a re-introduction to proper bench training, and I hope to be back to / beyond my best numbers within a month or two. Push press is also going reasonably well, although I'm still not past the 120kg barrier...