22 May LCS Week 2, Session 4
You’ll see some subtle differences in the training from what is on the site based on what each individual might do. My specific training, while similar in sets, reps and schemes, is slightly different based on my needs.
We just wrapped up an in-house Fun Day at Lowcountry Strength on May 6th. It was a great turn out and I was very happy with how our training cycle came out. LCS is back to deep, raw offseason training. Might be news of a meet in October but that’s to be determined later. My wife and I had our 2nd child on May 10th. So, my training is going to be quick and sporadic (hopefully not), but I’ll be getting as much done as possible.
The team and myself included are in a higher volume off season phase through at least after the 4th of July. Summer, travel, and the heat can all make training tough. After the in-house meet, it’s time to rebuild and look to an actual meet in the fall.
Here’s the overview of the rest of the crew:
|Exercise:||% or RPE||Sets||Reps|
|knee high rack deads||Sets||Reps|
|Bent over rows||Sets||Reps|
|90 second RI||3||8|
|single leg deadlifts||Sets||Reps|
|90 second RI||3||15/15|
|90 second RI||250|
|wide grip pulldowns||Sets||Reps|
|90 second RI||4||12|
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