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    tonight was legs. not quite as strong as normal and back pumps were bad so i lowered the weight a bit and went a little higher in rep ranges.
    pump was nuts, legs felt like the were going to pop. did not train calves, back was hurting, will make up for it tomorrow.
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    Sipping on my pre-workout blend right now getting ready to head out and hit some legs....i hurt my back as well....but sadly its not from back pumps....I have been reduced to light weight smith machine squats and that is still a little painful

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    Quote Originally Posted by renos View Post
    Sipping on my pre-workout blend right now getting ready to head out and hit some legs....i hurt my back as well....but sadly its not from back pumps....I have been reduced to light weight smith machine squats and that is still a little painful
    that sucks man. hope you recover well.
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    Thanks man....but I guess when you have been training for as long as I have (10 years not a really long time in the grand scheme of things) you are bound to run into small injuries here and there as long as i avoid a major one I consider myself lucky especially if you're constantly pushing it

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    injuries are part of it. will happen often for sure.
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    off day today.
    had a busy, but great day.
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    well today sucked quite a bit.

    woke up and ate meal 1 around 630am, had a hard time eating. after i ate i laid down for an hour, woke up and got dressed. when i buttoned my pants, suddenly i felt like i had to vomit. i ran to the bathroom and threw up around 5 or 6 times and it was projectile vomit, it was crazy. felt just fine after that so went into town to eat, took one bite at of my plate and ran to the bathroom and threw up again several times. took my food to go and made it about 3 miles down the road and had to pull over and vomit again in a gas station parking lot. made it back home and threw up several more times until about 5pm. tried to eat again and i kept it down this time. i have ate several meals since with no problems but from 6am to 5pm i threw up at least 15-20 times. sucked but it could be much worse. worst part of it all is that i could not train today and i lost some weight. the weight will be back by saturday and i will train tomorrow so everything will be fine.
    very strange day, came out of nowhere and then 12 hours later felt just fine. weird.
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    Damn, very odd puking fit.

    Almost sounds like food poisoning or some type of bacteria.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockoid View Post
    Damn, very odd puking fit.

    Almost sounds like food poisoning or some type of bacteria.
    yeah it was weird. gone now though, so that's good.
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    Attachment 288535

    finally shaved, lol.
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    No wonder why you squat so much...legs looking thick (no homo) you're tall too right?

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    Sounds like you had the 24 hour flu.

    Legs look great! Hopefully mine will look that good someday . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by renos View Post
    No wonder why you squat so much...legs looking thick (no homo) you're tall too right?
    thanks.
    5 11'. i was six foot, but i had a 5 disc spinal fusion so i lost an inch or so after that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woodswise View Post
    Sounds like you had the 24 hour flu.

    Legs look great! Hopefully mine will look that good someday . . .
    thanks.
    not sure about the flu part though, because i felt just fine all day except for the moments in which i was puking, otherwise felt normal. no fever or anything. but whatever it was it's gone now and i feel great today
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    just had an incredible breakfast.
    cottage cheese, 6 egg scramble with green peppers, onions, cheese, and rotel tomatoes. 2 biscuits with chocolate gravy, 1/2 cup oatmeal, and 3 slices of bacon.
    definitely have to count that meal as a cheat but it wasn't too bad.

    today will be chest (heavy) rear delts, forearms and calves.

    about to take a nap for about 2 hours, you can see from previous posts i was on here posting at 345am. i went to sleep at 4am and got back up at 630am, so i am going to try to nap until 930am or so and eat a prep meal then train around noon. normally train much later at night because i prefer to have several meals in before training but i am going to train with someone today so i will have to adjust to their schedule. having a training partner is not a normal thing for me, i prefer to train alone but every now and again i like to train with someone. especially if they are a good partner and don't like to talk more than lift etc... so will be nice to mix it up today, and today is heavy chest and it will be nice to have a spotter. may do some heavier than normal weights today.
    have a good day everyone i am about to pass out for a bit.
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    One of my favorite post workout meals are made with cottage cheese
    Need a food processor a blender will kind of work but the Pudding powder doesn't mix all the way not unless you have a powerful top of the line one

    2 cups Cottage Cheese
    1 packet S.F. Instant Jello Mix (flavor of choice)
    32 b P.B. or 24 Almonds (depending on flavor of Pudding)
    Splenda (cinnamon depending on flavor)
    Mix in processor eat right away or put in fridge for about 1 hour depending on how set you want it to be

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    Quote Originally Posted by renos View Post
    One of my favorite post workout meals are made with cottage cheese
    Need a food processor a blender will kind of work but the Pudding powder doesn't mix all the way not unless you have a powerful top of the line one

    2 cups Cottage Cheese
    1 packet S.F. Instant Jello Mix (flavor of choice)
    32 b P.B. or 24 Almonds (depending on flavor of Pudding)
    Splenda (cinnamon depending on flavor)
    Mix in processor eat right away or put in fridge for about 1 hour depending on how set you want it to be
    thats sounds pretty good man but i would not eat that post workout. cottage cheese is one of the slowest digesting proteins and post workout you need the fastest digesting protein and carbs possible.
    what carbs do you eat with that?
    pre workout that would work well.
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