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    Quote Originally Posted by LtL View Post
    Nice lifting brother

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    Quote Originally Posted by linedriver465 View Post
    Thanks LtL! Hopefully I can pull 155kg next time and be on your deadliting level.
    Do it!

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    7/16/10: Upper B

    Standing BB OHP
    120lbs x 4
    115 x 5 + 1 push press
    105 x 6 + 1 push press

    Pull-up
    bw + 37.5 x 5
    bw + 25 x 5 + 1 neg. rep
    bw +10 x 4/3/2/1

    Inc. BB Bench
    160 x 4 + 1 neg.
    145 x 6 + 1 neg
    130 x 9

    DB Row
    75 x 10
    70 x 12


    HS Row
    87.5 x 5

    CGBP
    145 x 6
    135 x 6 + 1 neg.

    BB Curl
    65 x 11

    DB curl
    30 x 12 + 2 w/ momentum

    Hanging Leg Raise (HLR)
    bw + 10 x 7 (ok, note to self: bring ankle weights next time)
    bw x 6
    bw x 10/2

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    7/18/10: Lower A

    Grade: C+
    I'm usually not one to make excuses but I think my poor performance on squats was due to a variety or reasons:
    1. Working out a day earlier than usual (legs not fully recovered)
    2. Not eating a monster calorie day (4000+), like I usually do the day before squats
    3. No mirror in front of the squat rack, so I couldn't see my form (seeing myself usually pushes me), because I was in another gym on campus with only ONE squat rack (madness I know)
    4. More fats than usual and less carbs than usual in my preworkout meal
    5. Didn't take caffeine pill or pre-workout supp

    Nevertheless, all was not lost.

    BB ATG Squats
    245 x 2
    240 x 2
    235 x 2
    230 x 3/2
    210 x 7 (the only decent set)

    BB RDL (much better)
    275 x 7
    285 x 6

    265 x 5/2/1 (grip gave out)

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    40 x 12
    45 x 10
    50 x 9 (ok)


    Smith Machine Calf Raises
    210 + bar x 18
    230 + bar x 8/3

    Other Machine Calf Raises (bottom line: not a fan)
    250 x 7/3

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    Strong numbers buddy! I like the OHP numbers! And all the leg workout is impressive! Keep it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleZinIraq View Post
    Strong numbers buddy! I like the OHP numbers! And all the leg workout is impressive! Keep it up!
    Thanks MuscleZ! I'm hoping to get my OHP to 135 for reps by the end of August. And hopefully next squat workout I can redeem myself.
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    7/19/10: Upper A
    Grade: C
    Notes to self: Eat more preworkout and pay attention to the weight on the bar!

    BB Bench
    195x2 (Thought there was only 180lbs on the bar, so I was ****ed at myself)
    185x2 (thought I dropped it to 175)
    185x 3 (Still thinking I was at 175)
    135 x 12 (This time I knew it was 135 and at this point I wanted to hit a higher rep range)

    Pendlay Row (need to take a video to make sure I'm performing this one properly)
    155 x 6
    145 x 8
    150 x 7

    Seated BB BTN Press
    105 x 3.5
    95 x 5
    85 x 5
    75 x 9

    Weighted Chin Up
    (Supinated grip)
    bw + 52.5 x 4 + 1 negative rep
    bw + 30 x 6 + 1 negative rep

    (neutral grip)
    bw + 25 x 5
    bw x 2

    Weighted Tricep Dip
    bw + 25 x 11
    bw + 35 x 6/1

    Crunch on the GHR Machine
    15 x 11

    Cable Crunch
    187.5 x 6 (ok form)
    150 x 13 (much better form)

    I just had the hardest time getting focused for today's workout. I never really felt in the zone, and once I realized my screw up during Bench Press, it was tough for me to recover attitude-wise and turn it into a good workout.

    Nevertheless, I dealt with some lower rep ranges that I don't have too much experience with and hopefully next time I'll double check my math before going under the bar!
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    Yeah I find the same thing. If for some reason I screw up one of my lifts early in my workout my mindset is all screwed up. Just got to keep pushing past that and keep lifting strong. Great numbers btw! 135 OHP will be easy for ya buddy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oatmeal View Post
    Yeah I find the same thing. If for some reason I screw up one of my lifts early in my workout my mindset is all screwed up. Just got to keep pushing past that and keep lifting strong. Great numbers btw! 135 OHP will be easy for ya buddy!
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    STRONG chins and dips, linedriver! A solid workout, even without your normal focus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleCub View Post
    STRONG chins and dips, linedriver! A solid workout, even without your normal focus.
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    7/21/10: Lower B
    Calories: 4000
    Grade: A-

    Deadlifts
    345 x 4 (almost had 5, but my forearms were toast and my grip gave out)
    345 x 2 (just because I wanted to get 5+ total at this weight)
    305 x 3/3/2/2

    Front Squats
    175 x 6
    160 x 8
    140 x 10


    BB Good Mornings
    135 x 9
    125 x 11


    45 degree leg press
    sled + 270 x 10/5/5

    Seated Calf Raise
    55 x 20
    75 x 13
    85 x 10


    Simply awesome lower body workout today; even though it didn't make up for Sunday's performance, it definitely helped me to forget

    Since I've been training 4x week, my forearms have really taken a beating, which is good and bad. Unfortunately, my forearms were very fatigued during warm ups for deadlifts, and once my working sets started, I knew my forearms would be the first to give out before my back and legs. Next workout, I will probably need to start using my wrist straps, at least for the main working set.
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    Great workout! Deads are looking nice!

    Are you using a mixed grip or overhand grip?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleZinIraq View Post
    Great workout! Deads are looking nice!

    Are you using a mixed grip or overhand grip?

    Mixed. My right forearm has been pretty sore since Sunday when I performed RDL. I suspect the increased frequency of lifting paired with deadlifting 2x per week has really hit my forearms hard. Not that I'm complaining, I just wanna make sure my performance isn't hindered by my forearms.

    I might use straps on RDL and not conventional deads. also might use on pull ups, chins, or db rows. any thoughts?
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    7/22/10: Upper B
    Calories: 4000
    Grade: A

    Standing BB OHP
    120 x 5
    115x 6 (lockout on last rep was very tough)
    105 x 7 (lockout on last rep was tough)

    Wide Grip Pull ups (with straps in case grip failed)
    bw + 40 x 5
    bw + 25 x 6
    bw + 12.5 x 4/3/2/1


    BB Incline Bench
    160 x 5
    140 x 8

    130 x 9 + 1 negative rep

    DB Row (with straps in case grip failed)
    80 x 7
    75 x 11
    70 x 14


    CGBP
    120 x 9 + 1 assisted rep
    105 x 11 + 1 assisted rep

    BB Curls
    65 x 12 + 1 swinging rep (pump was insane!!)
    50 x 15

    HLR
    Bw x 8/3 => grip gave out or else I coulda kept going

    Stability Ball Rollout
    Bw x 16
    Bw x 12

    Overall an awesome workout! Pump in my bi's and tri's at the end were insane!! I'm definitely glad I sued the straps, so my back exercises weren't hindered by my fatigued forearms.
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    MASSIVE pull ups, Linedriver! Your back must have been smashed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleCub View Post
    MASSIVE pull ups, Linedriver! Your back must have been smashed!
    thanks MuscleCub! My lats are definitely feeling it today. I had to fight the urge to flex the lats in the gym during my workout. lol.
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    Great workout!

    4000 cals.. Wooo.. thats what real men are made of !

    Those pull ups are huge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug9x View Post
    Great workout!

    4000 cals.. Wooo.. thats what real men are made of !

    Those pull ups are huge
    .Thanks Doug. I'm actually following the zig-zag approach for bulking and loving it. I eat 3500 on two rest days, 4000 on 4 workout days, and whatever I want one day per week. I didn't have the monster day last week but ate all my other allotted calories and didn't gain a pound!! I guess that makes me a "hard gainer" but I'm not complaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linedriver465 View Post
    .Thanks Doug. I'm actually following the zig-zag approach for bulking and loving it. I eat 3500 on two rest days, 4000 on 4 workout days, and whatever I want one day per week. I didn't have the monster day last week but ate all my other allotted calories and didn't gain a pound!! I guess that makes me a "hard gainer" but I'm not complaining.

    I would like to thank Ben and Jerry's FroYo, oats, peanut butter, kiddie cereals, and bagels for helping me reach my goals. haha
    Haha i'm also following zig zag method although not calorie counting as such, just increased portion size in carbs on training days and a few less calories through decreasing carbs on off days... seems to be doing the trick. Clalorie counting is a bore for me!

    Haha yes!Guys that I know that body build are like 'Doug.. eat porridge for breakfast' every bodybuilder does. I'm like helll no, i'd have to have about 15 bowels of the ****... kiddie cereal with complex carbs and fruit for me please...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug9x View Post

    Haha yes!Guys that I know that body build are like 'Doug.. eat porridge for breakfast' every bodybuilder does. I'm like helll no, i'd have to have about 15 bowels of the ****... kiddie cereal with complex carbs and fruit for me please...
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    Quote Originally Posted by linedriver465 View Post
    Heck yes!
    Cheerios- chocolate, frosted, regular
    lucky charms
    reese's puffs
    frosted mini wheats
    cocoa puffs
    Not quite that bad haha .

    I tend to stick with bran flakes (wholegrain) and a **** load sultana's with whole milk... the sultana's give excellent energy for if you workout after 1 meal or so. Beats any pre workout supp I swear ... worth checking out if you can!Loads of calories in it with plenty of complex carbs and loads of energy and easy calories from sultana's/raisins and or chopped bannana's, isn't too bloating and plenty of awesome nutrients!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug9x View Post
    Haha i'm also following zig zag method although not calorie counting as such, just increased portion size in carbs on training days and a few less calories through decreasing carbs on off days... seems to be doing the trick. Clalorie counting is a bore for me!

    Haha yes!Guys that I know that body build are like 'Doug.. eat porridge for breakfast' every bodybuilder does. I'm like helll no, i'd have to have about 15 bowels of the ****... kiddie cereal with complex carbs and fruit for me please...
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    Nice workouts LD! Great effort too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMango View Post
    Nice workouts LD! Great effort too!
    thanks bud!! My intensity this summer has been ultra-high which is going great so far in terms of my progression.
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