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    Hi Spartan. I don't know why I succeed now where I have failed earlier. Perhaps I have just gotten stronger very slowly, and slower than I thought. But the results show that you simply should't allow yourself to give up. I'm 53 years and weigh 72 kg. Obviously I can still gain a little strength. I have done PTTP in 2007-2008 and had very good results with it. 150 kg DL, 30 kg side press (today I can military press more than I could side press then…). But since my disc hernia operation in 2009 I seem to get along with ETK better. Both are great training programs and nothing keeps you from alternating between them. Keep it up!
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    Thanks spatan
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    Yes. Back on the trail. You'll sure do well on the ETK. And you're right. That sounds good.
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    With the 32 kg it works alright. I tried to do 2 ladders of 2 rungs, but I didn't manage to get that thing up. It was the same thing with the 28 kg. It just to stay at it and follow the plan. By the way: as I did PTTP I never managed to side press more than 30 kg. Now I military press 32. Not bad. And I see you get along well too.
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    That's great - I hope you'll post a forum message - start a new thread, please (include a link to the old one if you wish) - and talk about what you've done this last week or so that you feel has been most important in getting you there.

    Congrats again - nice work, Comrade!

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    KBNJ.COM - Steve Freides, RKC II
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    Awesome, often that's where it lies. Congrats again.
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    Nice job with the press! I'm also curious to hear what did it for you?
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    Awesome job! Glad the advice that everyone shared worked. The bulldog is in reach for you soon.
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    Cool, what you do to get there?
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    I think this was Kenneth Jay's advice where once you clean, keep the kettlebell on your forearm.
    Meaning, if you rack your 32kg kettlebell distant apart from your chest and press it, you have weight of 32kg and diameter of kettlebell larger than 32kg. 32kg should be harder than you think. Good luck.
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Workout Journal 6.2.10

by spartan300 on 06-02-2010 at 06:52 PM
Clean and Press 28kgx5,32kgx5,36kgx5.CliffHanger Pullups BW 198# 32Reps,16 per side.Sumos 32kg and 36kg 2x20.
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Workout Journal 6.1.10

by spartan300 on 06-02-2010 at 06:50 PM
Rows 32kg 5x10.2 inch pipe curls 32kg 5x5.Reverse curls same pipe 24kg 5x3.
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Workout Journal 5.31.10

by spartan300 on 05-31-2010 at 06:52 PM
Clean and Press 32kg.5 Singles.CliffHanger Pullups 5x1,BW 198# plus 16kg bell.Sumos 32kg and 36kg 2x20.
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Workout Journal 5.27.10.

by spartan300 on 05-27-2010 at 06:32 PM
CliffHanger Pullups.BW 198 20left,20right.Kettlebell Curls by the horns 5x5 32kg.Reverse Curls 2 Inch pipe 20kg 5x5.Dips BW 4x10.
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Workout Journal 5.26.10

by spartan300 on 05-27-2010 at 06:30 PM
Press 36kg 10 singles per arm.Rows 5x5.32kg,32kg,36kg,36kg,40kg.Sumos 32kg and 36kg 2x20.
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