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Old 03-02-2009, 03:12 AM
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Those pics are by far the best you have looked. GREAT job man!!
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Pics looked awesome man, your lats are insane, I hope to have lats like that in the future.
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Old 03-02-2009, 12:48 PM
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Those pics are by far the best you have looked. GREAT job man!!
thanks Gabe...everyday i feel like i'm making strides

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Pics looked awesome man, your lats are insane, I hope to have lats like that in the future.
thanks bro...just consistently deadlift would be my only suggestion.........if you deadlift, they will come






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Looking real good man. Great posing, too.

I just DL'd 405x2... I'm looking forward being able to do 335x12... I can do 8 of those now. Definitely feel it in the lats!
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Old 03-02-2009, 04:38 PM
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Looking real good man. Great posing, too.

I just DL'd 405x2... I'm looking forward being able to do 335x12... I can do 8 of those now. Definitely feel it in the lats!
thanks bro...small consistent increases will get you to where you need to be...thanks again man


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Old 03-02-2009, 07:10 PM
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131 days to improve
198.5 upon waking
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got a lot of new things to tell you about...as many of you know, my chest is very weak, meaning it is very small...a lot smaller than it should be....well i quit benching for 2 reasons...1)fear of tearing my pec and 2) my right shoulder...so i stuck with incline bb for the longest time...few months back i tried to bench again and my shoulder couldn't handle it...well after looking at my chest, i realize the time to improve is NOW...so i went in putting a cap on my weight for today at 185...i wanted to focus on staying tight and to watch my shoulder as closely as possible...well everything went well so far...the chest pump i got was so severe that it actually hurt...haven't experienced that in a long time...like the pump was very scary...i just hope i don't regret trying to do it again...but you can't live your life gunshy...well the second development is my left elbow appears to be healing finally...the pain was noticeably down today

Flat BB Bench (feels really weird to type that)-
135 x 5
135 x 5
185 x 3 (still wondering how far i should take this)
185 x 5
185 x 5
185 x 5

DB Incline Flyes-
60's x 8
65's x 8
70's x 8
70's x 8

BB Deathrow-
225 x 12
225 x 12
225 x 12

BB Military-
135 x 8
145 x 8
145 x 7

DB Tricep Extensions S/S EZ Bar Curls-
35 x 12/95 x 12
35 x 12/95 x 12
35 x 12/95 x 12
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Doesn't incline bench use more shoulder than flat?

Glad to see you're able to do some moderate weight... all you need is enough to get the pump!
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Doesn't incline bench use more shoulder than flat?

Glad to see you're able to do some moderate weight... all you need is enough to get the pump!
yes it does, but oddly enough that angle didn't put as much stress on my shoulder as flat...it may just be the part of my shoulder that is messed up
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looking thick man. I def need to dead more. I would have to say my lats are the worst lag that I have issues with. have been doing alot of wide grip pulls but deads are probably the missing link. nice work
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looking thick man. I def need to dead more. I would have to say my lats are the worst lag that I have issues with. have been doing alot of wide grip pulls but deads are probably the missing link. nice work
thanks brotha...keep checking in...it's about to get REAL real quickly

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today was occluded cardio day...very painful day...but very effective

30 minutes occluded cardio on recumbent bike
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