LCS Week 14, Session 1

If today wasn’t a fluke, I might have actually turned the corner with the ol’ hook grip


There’s a small group of us that’ll be competing Oct 28th at the RPS Revenant Rising in Wilmington, NC.

As always, a big thanks to Inzer Advance Designs and Captain Jacked for their continued support of TeamPRS.

Powering through this hook grip business.  The idea was to start at 70% and add chain until I got to the highest weight I’d done so far.  Pulled 435+80lbs of chain for a triple which prior to this 515 for a double was the best I had done. Holding that at the top gave me a big confidence boost. Smashed a triple and decided to add one more chain.  Thumbs hurt bad but once it’s locked in, man it’s easy to hold.  Finished off pulling 435+100lb of chain.  535 at the top was definitely easier than I thought it would be. Gives me a bit of hope and confidence going forward.


Sped through the rest and called it down.  Had the rest of the afternoon off so went to Costco and took Jenna to the pool.  Pretty damn awesome day.


Warm Up Sets Reps
prowler 2 40 yards
bird dogs 2 15
Goblet squat 2 10
TKEs 2 10
Exercise: % or RPE Sets Reps
deadlifts 70% 5 3
comp stance
3″ blocks
knee high rack deads Sets Reps
Notes: 4 8
w/ straps
chest supported rows Sets Reps
90 second RI 3 15
single leg deadlifts Sets Reps
90 second RI 3 15/15
face pulls Reps
90 second RI 250
pull ups Sets Reps
5 6
wide grip pulldowns Sets Reps
90 second RI 4 20




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