Wednesday, June 24, 2009


  1. coach | June 24, 2009 at 9:16 am

    Kris C.: 60-65-65-70x-65-lbs.
    Roselena R.: 95x-90-95-100-105x-lbs.
    Jeff W.: 120-125x-120-125x-120-lbs.
    Tod C.: 135x-140-145-150-155-lbs.
    Matt W.: 145-155-160-170x-165-lbs.
    Tamra F.: 85-90-90-90x-85-lbs.
    Rebekka E.: 85-85-85-90x-90-lbs.
    Melody: 115-120-125-130x-130x-lbs.
    John S.: 135-140-140x-135-135-lbs.
    Neil A.: 145-150-155-160-165x-lbs.
    Mike S.: 165-170-175x-165x-155-lbs.
    Lisa C.: 85-90x-90x-85x-80-lbs.
    Mead O.: 85-85-85-85-85-lbs.
    John C.: 85-90-95-95-95-lbs.
    Amy D.: 80x-80-80-80-85x-lbs.
    Jenn J.: 80-80-80-75-75x-lbs.
    Cari D.: 80-85-90x-90x-85-lbs.
    Wanda K.: 65-65-70-70x-65-lbs.
    Dennis D.: 125-135x-135x-125-125-lbs.

  2. jcpal | June 24, 2009 at 11:30 am

    Joe P

    John, is it better to go in 5# increments (should I have gone 165, 170,175,175,170?). We’ll keep working on the form. Thanks

    • coach | June 24, 2009 at 3:40 pm

      Thanks Joe,

      Nice work today.

      Anytime you’re going overhead, it’s better to keep the increases smaller than you would for, say, the squat or deadlift. Your shoulders are a lot smaller than your hips, so a little goes a long way. 175 might have felt better with 170 under your belt.



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