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    Glad to see you are moving along without much shoulder pain. Achilles has definitely impressed me thus far, one of the few joint products I will reorder. Achilles + Joint Force for topical support is one hell of a combo. If you haven't already, look into Ice packs such as this one I will link you below. I have one like it but mine goes over both arms and shoulders. Its a little pricey but beyond worth it. My brother has had the same one for 10 years. You will never go back to regular ice again. They are great because they comfortably conform around the whole area and cool it much faster.

    Also, they cover the biceps, neck, and the lats to an extent as well which is important because all of these muscles (especially biceps) run through and tie in at several different points throughout the shoulder so it is important to decrease inflammation in all of those areas.

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    Hell yea man great info! Todays another rest day. Squatting tomorrow. Nothin to new to report. That tweak went away and feelin normal again.
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    Got plenty of rest and family time but now its back to the grind. Squats today!!! Let's get it!
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    Ohhhhh buddy! I'm subed so hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt
    Ohhhhh buddy! I'm subed so hard.
    Hahaha what up Pyro! Been awhile
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    Hahaha what up Pyro! Been awhile
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt

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    Word haha
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    No spotter or nothin... I just went balls to the wall. Little bit of a headache but from the bloodshot eyes its from pushing.

    Squats: 5/5/3/3/2
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    650... The second rep was just parallel. The first was below.

    Box squats: 3/3/3
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    Front squats: 5/5/5
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    Machine calf press: 15/15/15
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    250,160

    Hip and thigh abductor superset: 10/10/10
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    Inside of thighs a small sharp burn but went away after some higher rep. Achilles is working magic! Hands down best investment
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post

    Inside of thighs a small sharp burn but went away after some higher rep. Achilles is working magic! Hands down best investment
    Damn right! Antaeus Labs will make you invulnerable... it's our mission
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBlackGuy

    Damn right! Antaeus Labs will make you invulnerable... it's our mission
    So far so good brother! CatD and Snags are Seein same results so people should understand how killer this product is
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    Why don't you pull the tampon out and start lifting some real weights!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CATdiesel76
    Why don't you pull the tampon out and start lifting some real weights!
    I know I know :-/ Hahaha
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    My jaw dropped when I saw those squat weights. Absolutely killin it man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CATdiesel76 View Post
    Why don't you pull the tampon out and start lifting some real weights!

    Lmao....nice call out!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdiblasi
    My jaw dropped when I saw those squat weights. Absolutely killin it man.
    Haha thank you man! My squats are kickass. I guess my deads are more impressive to my coach tho haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Lmao....nice call out!!
    Haha can't let his head get too big! That's some crazy weight for sure though man good motivation for my leg workout today
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    Haha thank you man! My squats are kickass. I guess my deads are more impressive to my coach tho haha
    I'll take either. Both are beastly. I hope to get to a 600 DL before this school year is out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CATdiesel76

    Haha can't let his head get too big! That's some crazy weight for sure though man good motivation for my leg workout today
    Kill it bro! U ever do resistance or box squats?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdiblasi
    I'll take either. Both are beastly. I hope to get to a 600 DL before this school year is out.
    You will get it bro!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdiblasi View Post
    I'll take either. Both are beastly. I hope to get to a 600 DL before this school year is out.
    600 is my goal too. Probably close to 550 or so as of right now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    Kill it bro! U ever do resistance or box squats?
    Yeah man box squats, bands, reverse bands, chains, front squats, haha you name it I have probably done it
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    My deadlift form is horrible I think.. I had lower back surgery 10 years ago, so not sure if subconsciously I try to protect it when I pull. Even my grip seems bad/weak.
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    Gonna go tear up chest and tris. Adding in bis. Takin back off this week for max recovery. My CNS is tellin me to back off a little. Shoulders feel awesome. Hopefully they stay like that
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    Weight is the same which means I'm holding nicely. No sides. Cycle Assist is doin its job and well. Only on Test now. Hit Chest, Tris and bis. Takin next two days off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    My deadlift form is horrible I think.. I had lower back surgery 10 years ago, so not sure if subconsciously I try to protect it when I pull. Even my grip seems bad/weak.
    If you use chalk and an alternating grip I think you'll find grip to be a non-issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdiblasi
    If you use chalk and an alternating grip I think you'll find grip to be a non-issue.
    This exactly! I use under over for heavy lifts and hook grip for others
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdiblasi
    If you use chalk and an alternating grip I think you'll find grip to be a non-issue.
    This ..also remember to use a closer grip for the heavy heavy lifts.
    Although I would have you shy away from deads...how bad was the back surgery? I would rather see more leg curls and hyper extensions rather than throwing out your back.
    ..can you squat now? I have a bud who has lower back probs and he can't. He uses legoress instead.

    Also plate pinches are great for grip aswell as towel pull ups if you feel like grip is indeed the issue
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    This ..also remember to use a closer grip for the heavy heavy lifts.
    Although I would have you shy away from deads...how bad was the back surgery? I would rather see more leg curls and hyper extensions rather than throwing out your back.
    ..can you squat now? I have a bud who has lower back probs and he can't. He uses legoress instead.

    Also plate pinches are great for grip aswell as towel pull ups if you feel like grip is indeed the issue

    Hey thanks guys.. Will give the chalk and alternating grip a go again. Have tried the alt grip in the past but found it awkward, so have always used a hook grip.

    I had most of the disc between L4/L5 removed, only the core of it remains. It was fragmented bad from a hockey injury and applying direct pressure on the sciatic nerve.

    I am able to squat, but admittedly do get worried that I am going to f*ck my back when I go heavy. In fact, from one Airbourne's other threads he talked about something where his coach had him doing like a half squat where you set the pins a bit higher and push up from there. I have been using that technique to build strength, and find I am progress more with weight on full squats. (So thanks AB)
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme

    Hey thanks guys.. Will give the chalk and alternating grip a go again. Have tried the alt grip in the past but found it awkward, so have always used a hook grip.

    I had most of the disc between L4/L5 removed, only the core of it remains. It was fragmented bad from a hockey injury and applying direct pressure on the sciatic nerve.

    I am able to squat, but admittedly do get worried that I am going to f*ck my back when I go heavy. In fact, from one Airbourne's other threads he talked about something where his coach had him doing like a half squat where you set the pins a bit higher and push up from there. I have been using that technique to build strength, and find I am progress more with weight on full squats. (So thanks AB)
    That's what I like to hear bro!!! I want to spread the knowledge I learn in helpin others! I'm glad it is working. Big confidence booster for sure. Keep that chest out and rep even if you bounce off pins. My coach made me load up 800+ and do it I was intimidated at first haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    That's what I like to hear bro!!! I want to spread the knowledge I learn in helpin others! I'm glad it is working. Big confidence booster for sure. Keep that chest out and rep even if you bounce off pins. My coach made me load up 800+ and do it I was intimidated at first haha
    You are like a human forklift bro!

    800 sounds like a pipe dream lol, but I suppose anything is possible with enough work and dedication.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme

    You are like a human forklift bro!

    800 sounds like a pipe dream lol, but I suppose anything is possible with enough work and dedication.
    Haha that's what people at work call me. They walk in and I'm lifting boxed furniture and **** by myself
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    For some reason, I don't doubt that lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF
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