Bloobird: We don't have free barbells in the local rec center, so I take the bar from the rack and put it on the floor. Sadly, the guy doing skull crushers was using one of the three barbells I could use...the other ones were taken on squatsand bench so I had to wait for someone to finish up before I could grab 'em...
Realized the other day I'm not going low enough on my squats, so I'm probably going 2-4 inches lower than I was previously, which has dropped my weight considerably. At least I know I'm doing it right now, and my inability to sit today is a testament to that...
Team Lift Day
Ladders/Footwork Drills (Really hit the quads hard)
Squat: 155x6 175x5 225x4 240x3 260x3 287x1 (failed to get out of hole on 2)
RDL-245x6 255x6 265x6
DB Rows-75x8 80x8 80x8
Lateral Squats: 115x8 115x8 115x8
Reverse Rows: sucked on these, I'm not sure why but 10 8 6
Lunges: 45x8 45x8 45x8
"War Daddys"-15 kg plate, rotate clockwise around head, counterclockwise, then straight arm wheels to the right, then left, then fast straight up and slow on the way down or hold, curls, tricep extensions, lift straight above head up and down, then push straight out in front of chest. Do each part for ~15-20s, I'm not really sure
Ab circuit-Suitcases, Berry pickers, Alternative pikes, Bicycle crunch holds, suitcases
War Daddy again with 10s per exercise
Ab circuit again
Through this workout I realized that it's time I switched up my routine, at least outside of the team lifts. I'm looking to gain mass and am going to try a more split-type workout. I haven't done this in a long time (been doing full-body strength focused work) so I'm thinking it 'll be a good move to switch it up.