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Old 01-28-2010, 11:58 AM
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yea, thats what i need to do. my calves suck. no definition at all, and im a skinny guy.

btw, where do you workout at? i know you can't do all those supersets and stuff at the Leach.
I actually train at Golds gym, generally at Appalachee cause its closer to where I live. Yeh it works wonders for calf size.

So this last week has been quite a bit of overreaching. I have been training

AM - upper body isolation PM arms
Day 2 - Legs compound PM core
Repeat but upper body compound then legs isolation

So Fridays leg workout was posted above. Monday was legs isolation and occlusion. I trained them again yesterday but definately noticed the fatigue accumulating.

So Heres what I did

Squats 135 X 10, 225 X 4, 275 X 4, 315 X 10, 225 X 40 reps (just thought Id do it since the workout machine got 50, it was aweful).

Leg Press 6 sets of 10 with 6 plates aside, very little rest

then real intense stretching

My legs have never had this much muscle, and Im starting to cut.

Today Im going to doing some sprints and core.
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I actually train at Golds gym
225 X 40 reps (just thought Id do it since the workout machine got 50, it was aweful).
My legs have never had this much muscle, and Im starting to cut.
That's unfortunate that you train at Gold's Gym. Great job on the reps, but I will get 100 next time, you're getting to close...I don't like it. It's great to hear that your legs have that much muscle. It's because you focused on the big exercises for so long and now all of your hard work and dedication from the past year is starting to show in terms of bodybuilding, and as you cut more it will only get better.
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I actually train at Golds gym, generally at Appalachee cause its closer to where I live. Yeh it works wonders for calf size.

yea i live by that golds gym too, but i don't have a job so i have to stick with the free gym on campus.

keep up the good work. i'm going to have to try out a 40 rep set of squat next time i squat, won't be 225 lbs though.
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yea i live by that golds gym too, but i don't have a job so i have to stick with the free gym on campus.

keep up the good work. i'm going to have to try out a 40 rep set of squat next time i squat, won't be 225 lbs though.

Cool man! Also, let me know when you want to stop by some time and catch up. Office is 100j sandels. Just shoot me an email or something whenever you are around jmw06x@fsu.edu
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Old 01-29-2010, 01:00 AM
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That's unfortunate that you train at Gold's Gym. Great job on the reps, but I will get 100 next time, you're getting to close...I don't like it. It's great to hear that your legs have that much muscle. It's because you focused on the big exercises for so long and now all of your hard work and dedication from the past year is starting to show in terms of bodybuilding, and as you cut more it will only get better.
Thanks man! The thing is, I would put money on you getting 100 any day of the week! You are not human
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So Gabe and i are on a conditioning / hypertrophy cycle right now

Saturday was chest, shoulders

I ran the rack with dumbell flat bench, then did a triple drop set on upright rows and then did 500 pushups. Sick pump

Monday - LEG DAY AM

Leg Press

6 plates X 12, 10, 8, 4 plates X 20, 20

Leg extensions 12, 10, 8, 20, 20

Leg curls 12, 10, 8, 20, 20

I rested about 30-60 seconds on each set

I was definately fatigued but went to the squat rack for some real pain

135 X 10, 225 X 4, 305 X 10, 275 X 12, 8 and 225 X 20, 205 X 20

Squats after 15 sets of legs is aweful

SLDs 205 X 12, 10, 8, 155 X 20, 20

Occluded barell curls 20, 20, 15, 15

Incline calf raises with two 45 pound plates 12, 10, 8, 2 25 pound plates 20, 20

Glute Ham raises 5 X 10 reps

Reverse incline calf raises 12, 10, 8, 20, 20

Occluded reverse barbell curls 20, 20, 15, 15

total 41 sets

PM

10 hill sprints (my sides cramped after this) then i walked for 30 minutes
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