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Old 06-17-2008, 04:30 PM
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you CAN and WILL do it to it bro
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I believe you!!!
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My strength gains are like newbie gains right now - just rediculous!

I was kind of cautious on chest today, was not sure what I could do, so I went lighter. Did 120 dumbbells. I was amazed how light it felt - i got 12 times. So then I did 130 6. That is sweet! Tempted to try 140 next time...we'll see.

I wanted to do heavy legs, but after warming up on squats, i could tell my glutes were too sore from deads yesterday. so i just did some occlusion training.

im tired now...
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felt really tired today so took the day off.

also, i seemed to have injured my ankle on sunday, and yesterdays workout aggravated it. so its a little sore. not a big deal, but want to play it safe.
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Old 06-22-2008, 06:28 PM
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Program was off last several days. But today I am starting a completely monitored and detailed diet and training program. Really excited about it. Did back, chest hypertrophy to start it out:

wide grip pull-downs - 3 sets, strip on last set
deads - 360 10, 10, 315 10 - cannot believe how light this felt. Especially 315. Just a month ago 315 was heavy; it felt like 225!
Close grip pull-downs on assisted pull-up machine - 3 sets strip on end. Never did this before, probably cause of my ego, but prez showed it to me in vegas...its a great machine. Allows you to really focus on the contraction.
dumbbell bunch - 100s 10, 10, 90s 10.
Incline bench - 185 10, 10, 135 10
cross overs w/ static contraction on incline press machine - did this for the blood occlusion effect

On chest when very slow on negatives - 3-4 seconds. 1-2 concentric.

Stretched then 15 minutes walking after.

Having my post workout shake now, need to recover cause later tonight I go to war again.
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Old 06-23-2008, 01:49 AM
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Good night workout. Had to make up still on some body parts, so did a variety of things. Delts fast, then arms / thighs heavy, and closed it out with blood occlusion on forearms. Blood occlusion on forearms is ridiculously painful. I also sweat like a pig; and I can't wipe the sweat because I can't bend my elbows with the occlusion wraps on!
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did 20 minute hard-core elliptical. I got a new elliptical for my apartment for during the winter months...its really sweat. I did a program called endurance...killed me!
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elliptical in your apartment...that's awesome...it really helps having cardio at your house...i have a treadmill and it's just a lot easier to be miserable in the comfort of your own home...especially during contest prep
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Old 06-24-2008, 02:25 PM
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It definitely is the way to go. It's a drag just going to the gym to do cardio. I find this really increases adherence and saves a lot of time....

Some injury updates

ankle - seems A ok!
Glute - still feel some discomfort. All I am asking is 460 6 times from my glutes on deads; then I'll ease up.
Pecs - felt a little pain around the tendon...has happened several times in past. Just have to be careful with my frequency and heavy lifts with pecs.
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Old 06-25-2008, 04:14 PM
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Last night did back, chest fast, triceps, calves.

Close grip pull-downs (neutral grip) - 3 sets
deads 3 *6 275 - super light. I am shooting for 460 my next workout. Really want to get that 6!
Flat dumbbel press - 90 pounds 6 reps 2 sets. My pecs are still hurting on the tendon, so just did this. I am taking 4 days off pecs then training them heavy. Then i'll taper back.
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strip overhead tricep extensions cables
Hyperextensions

Also did some calves between sets, heavy. Maxed out standing and donkey calve raise machines.
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