Byrd 1,100 Squat XPC Prep

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Time to put up or shut up! I fly out to Columbus on 3/4 on the same flight as several of the 10/20/Life crew. To say I am excited would be an understatement. Training has gone great, I am healthy, strong, and focused. Things are really beyond where I thought they would be, I just need to focus on getting my job done on meet day. Believe me, I am not going there to make any friends. In fact I will probably leave a lot of people with a bad taste in their mouth, but I don’t really care about your feelings I am there to compete.

Last Heavy Squats
Barxlots
150xlots
2×5@260
2×2@350
1×1@440
1×1@520
briefs on
1×1@660
suit bottom on
1×1@850
straps up
1×1@950
1×1@1025
1×1@1100rb

Shut it down there. Legs were pumped, I had been in the suit way too long and it had taken its toll on me. I decided it was best to leave it there. I have a good idea of numbers for meet attempts, but an idea and what you do are two very different things.

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Jonathan Byrd

Jonathan Byrd is a competitive powerlifter, with over 16 years of training experience. Byrd has been ranked nationally for the past 6 years under multiple categories. His total has ranked as high as second nationally in the 275 class. He currently has a best total of 2500lbs. Best individual lifts include a 1040lb squat, a 750lb bench press, and 735lb deadlift. His 1040lb squat ranks him 26th all-time squats at the 308 class. Jonathan currently trains out of Team Samson Gym in Jacksonville, FL. Before powerlifting Jonathan was a college athlete at Methodist University as both an all-conference football player and track athlete. Following graduation he played four years of arena football in various leagues.

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