Finally the Right Hand too! April 4, 2010

Posted on April 3, 2010. Filed under: Training Log | Tags: , , , |

It’s been about 3-4 weeks since I’ve started Perpetual Progress and noticed a difference in my left arm girth. Not too concerned about increasing mass, but it was quite noticeable putting on a shirt and one side was much tighter than the other – heh. Anyway to my happiness, my body finally decided to let up and let me work both sides of the equation, which is awesome. It’s interesting to see how things feel as I’ve only lost minimal strength in my right side. Still in the Everted B-Stance with my feet even more turned out…hmm. Here’s the breakdown:

16 BUP B-Stance Everted (Out) – <PR! Novel>

11:00pm – 11:15pm (13:56.1) Left: 1 (1:02.6), 1 (1:04.0), 1 (1:09.1), 1 (1:04.3), 1  (1:03.8), 1 (1:02.0), 1 (1:04.1), 1 (1:01.1), 1 (0:58.0), 1 (52.3) Bailed Rep at top, 1 (n/a)

Volume/Cluster = 176lbs, Density (/14) = 12.57

11:16pm – 11:28pm (10:25.8) Right: 2 (1:32.9), 2 (1:05.1), 2 (2:00.6), 2 (1:00.3), 2 (44.9), 1 (Bailed at top) + 2 (1:04.0), 2 (n/a)

Volume/Cluster = 240lbs, Density (/10.5) = 22.86

10lb CB Swipes B-Stance Everted 11:31pm – 11:42pm (11:01.4)

L: 12 (1:27.0), L: 14 (1:12.3), R: 15 (1:02.5), R: 15 (1:06.4), L:  16 (1:06.0), R 15 (n/a)

L: Volume/Set = 120lbs <PR! 3.9.2010>, Volume/Cluster = 420lbs, Density (/6) = 70

R: Volume/Set = 150lbs, Volume/Cluster = 450lbs, Density (/5) = 90 [Entire chain, Novel PR! right sided work]

Volume/Cluster = 870lbs, Density(/11) = 79.09

Wide Pullups @ 158lbs – 11:45pm – 11:47pm <Novel PR!>

5 (1:08.7), 4 (n/a) Elbow Twinge in Left Elbow

Volume/Cluster = 1422lbs, Density = 711lbs

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