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 22 Jun 2020 03:52
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Now I can rip off the shirt. Felt kind of heavy till Jay said I had veins in my back. Now I'm ready to go. This feels like a good weight to work at. So we stay here. We pop off three sets of ten, eight and six and then drop back to three wheels for a back off set. I don't usually feel sweat running down my lower legs though, what's up with that? Oh aren't those pretty! I got nice red highlights on my sweats, both our shins are goo. That's great, two weeks till I step on stage and I'll have these monkey butt scabs on my shins. That should make the pro-tan look freaking great. Oh well, at least I know I still got some power, the diet can't be eating away at me too much. Back routine, phase two; I'm hoping its some kind of pull down because my lumbars are fried.

Yeah, triangle grip pull downs, my little voice says "break time!" about a milli-second before jay goes "O. K. , three or four strip sets sounds good!" Yeah, terrific. O. k. , those are done, still getting good pumps at two weeks out, glad I read that Scott nike running Abel stuff about sodium. Feels wrong to be using mustard on my chicken this close in though. Phase three, v-grip t-bar rows. I used to think Jay was all right, now I think he sucks. Since its two weeks out I'll nail off a couple sets of 20 reps, 10 strict and 10 squat, jerk, hernia reps. Just for the remote chance it will bring with it some back vascularity. Ahh, that's what I was looking for. The feeling that my lat is going to rip off my armpit and Imagen whip around and slap me in my left eye.