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Jordan Vezina RKCTL

  1. Training: 1-3-10

    by , 01-03-2010 at 06:42 PM
    Low Volume Pistols
    Pistols 32 kg. 10x1/1

    Notes: Moving day today. We moved the house in record time. I carved out just enough time to get my pistols in. Pistols were pretty easy, and I'll have to bump up to the 36 kg. soon. Looking forward to getting back into a more comfortable training rhythm. The new apartment building has a pool, a hot tub (good for recovery) and a fitness room. I think I'll just chain my kettlebells to one of the ellipticals.
  2. Training: 1-2-10

    by , 01-02-2010 at 07:09 PM
    High Volume Pull Ups
    Pull Ups BW 5x5
    Pull Ups 8 kg. 12x3

    Rolling Thunders 3x3/3 90 pounds
    Pinch Lever Block 3x5/5 15 pounds
    V Bar 2x1 135 pounds

    Notes: Added some weight to the pull ups today and felt fine. Worked them in as we packed up the house. Just getting back in to grip work after a layoff.
  3. Training: 12-31-09

    by , 12-31-2009 at 06:58 PM
    High volume pistols
    Pistols 12 kg.

    Notes: Doubled my volume this time in terms of kilograms lifted. Knees feel great, and I really fine tuned some of the aspects of the pistol such as 'folding' into the bottom neatly. Could have easily done more, but decided to gradually build up.
  4. Training: 12-30-09

    by , 12-30-2009 at 10:06 PM
    Two forced days off after my house was vandalized and my tires slashed. Again. Now we're in the process of moving to a secure building. Lame, but no choice.

    Low Volume Pull Ups
    Pull Up 16 kg. 15x1
    One arm long cycle 28 kg. 2x10/10
    One arm short cycle 32 kg. 1x10/10
    Reverse Bent 3 60D Nails

    Notes: Went well. Pull ups were easy once I stopped jumping the gun and just pulled myself clear instead of pointing my chin. Jerks went well. No strength ...
  5. Training: 12-27-09

    by , 12-28-2009 at 11:24 AM
    High Volume Pressing
    Mil Press
    20 kg. 8x5/5

    Notes: Not that high volume, still working on the left shoulder. Feeling better.
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