I don’t really self-post much anymore, but today, well, today is my birthday.
Currently, I have a pulled left calf muscle, I’ve been sick for five days, I just finished finals (which I aced them all, another 4.0 semester since returning to school), I haven’t lifted in weeks due to the previous three reasons, and I haven’t pulled over 350lbs in something like six months because of a previously herniated disk.
Blah, blah. blah.
It doesn’t matter. Even with all of those things going on I still took care of my business in the gym this week and set PRs for my bench (+40lbs) and deadlift (+45lbs) at the end of my first cycle of The Cube Method. I didn’t test squat due to my calf and I will guarantee you now that I pull 500+ in two months.
Oh, that is also a PR on my beard up there and yes, that is a “Ponies Forever” t-shirt. Both increase pounds on your total. Guaranteed. Oh, and pop-tarts helped too.
Have you ever done a squat and a deadlift.. at the same time?
This is the best idea in the history of ideas in the world. I see absolutely nothing wrong with this except for the fact that he didn’t get below parallel on the squat and he dropped the deadlift from too high. /s
I’m fairly confident this is how vikings worked out.
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