Some Squats and Football Throwback!

This offseason I have focused a good bit on developing my legs more, and that has been my primary focus on my squat/dead auxiliary day.

Squats
3×10@135 (this counts as cardio right?)
2×5@225
1×5@315
1×5@405
1×1@495 pause
1×1@585 pause

3×50 leg extensions
3×10 hamstring curls

I was really pleased with how fast the 585 moved, but I am sore as hell today so that sucks!

I was bored and playing around on my youtube channel and forgot this video was up there. I’m the short fat guy wearing number 55, I am pretty easy to pick out haha. This was the offensive snaps from the first home game that year. Hey Scott Paltos, did they have videos back when you played? I know they were still using those leather helmets, but figured maybe someone had one of those early camcorders?

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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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