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Monday, February 2, 2009


If you train alone and have access to a video camera, it's probably a good idea to take some video of your lifts. I noticed today that I could have a slightly better arch in my back during deadlifts and I addressed that during the next set and it got better. Side view is good for most things but it depends on the lift. Give it a try if you lift alone and don't have someone to watch "spot" you.

Deadlift: 383 x 5 x 5, last set did 6 (no problem, 400+ next week)

Zercher Squat:
337 x 3 x 3 (video of 3rd set--that was tough! I might have to do these on a separate day from DL's)
Handstand Pushups
4 x 10

Long Cycle Clean and Jerk: 24kg kb's x 5:00 (most difficult part is the rack position)

BJJ for an hour and a half 7 hours later.


1 comment:

Jordan Vezina said...

Good point on the video. I've been able to identify and fix many of my own issues by video taping my training.