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  • Dude your a FUCKING PSYCHO!?!? I am not worthy!!

    KILL THAT SHIT!

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    • GRILL THAT SHIT!!
      Journal: http://forums.musculardevelopment.co...ad.php?t=50558
      Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4A4lWT65ng

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      • KOS has been TO'd and his gimmick account has been banned. I am leaving his posts for humour only.

        If you do not like it, let me know and I will remove the posts.

        Thanks.
        All Posts are for Entertainment only.

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        • Originally posted by YukonCrazy View Post
          KOS has been TO'd and his gimmick account has been banned. I am leaving his posts for humour only.

          If you do not like it, let me know and I will remove the posts.

          Thanks.

          That bulbous sack of shit

          Too fatty of a meal for me. No lean tissue

          Cremate that shit!!
          Journal: http://forums.musculardevelopment.co...ad.php?t=50558
          Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4A4lWT65ng

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          • 7-2-10 Friday Back and Abs (20 mins cardio)

            First day doing any type of core work in a while. Lost alot of strength from not training abdominals and can feel cramping and some pull sometimes in abs, from not training them, while going heavy on other bodyparts. So will hit them again to keep core strong.

            Overloaded on stims again. The pump pills plus the super pump was overkill. Fighting black out sensations early on. :

            (207 lbs after 2 meals)

            Wide Grip Chin Ups:

            30
            12
            10
            8
            8

            Lat Pulldowns:

            210x30 warm
            300x13 (stack)
            345x11 (45 lbs added to stack)
            345x10
            345x10
            345x7
            310x9
            270x12 (No straps)
            240x10

            Iso High Row Hammer Strength:

            270x20 (No straps)
            360x10 (No straps)
            410x8
            460x5
            360x5 (No straps)

            Low Cable Rows:

            210x5 (Stopped , biceps are tender by this point)

            Kneeling Cable Crunches: (First core work in months)

            200x35
            200x25
            200x30

            20 mins cardio

            KILL THAT SHIT
            Journal: http://forums.musculardevelopment.co...ad.php?t=50558
            Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4A4lWT65ng

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            • How far is your range of motion when you do chins?

              I assume you do most of your reps with a short ROM with your chin close to the bar the whole time.

              Wanna see my last back session, go to my thread. Its 6 minutes of destruction....lol....
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              • Originally posted by YukonCrazy View Post
                How far is your range of motion when you do chins?

                I assume you do most of your reps with a short ROM with your chin close to the bar the whole time.

                Wanna see my last back session, go to my thread. Its 6 minutes of destruction....lol....

                With back training is full range on everything. Full stretch. To get a full deep contraction. Only with benching I cut them down to 3/4 reps. Alternate with full reps though too.

                KILL THAT SHIT!!
                Journal: http://forums.musculardevelopment.co...ad.php?t=50558
                Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4A4lWT65ng

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                • 7-04-10 Sunday Biceps, Triceps and Abs (20 mins cardio)

                  High volume light pump session. Biceps are still strained so better then skipping them. Arms definately need a change, very little growth the last year, everything else has grown alot though.

                  Trying super sets and dropsets and alternating biceps and tricep work during those sets.

                  Back got extremely sore which is very rare, after yesterdays back session. Finally got the feel of the iso high row machine, which I never liked. Maybe getting better contractions now. So might switch it up and hit that machine more for back.

                  Tommorrow is most likely chest. Usually I wouldnt hit triceps the day prior, but was on short notice with my spotter. My pec may still be somewhat strained so I mainly just wanna tear it up and not as concerned about records tommorrow.:

                  (208 lbs after meal)

                  Alternating Dumbbell Curls:

                  35x15 warm

                  Curved Bar Pressdowns:

                  Reverse Dropset/Superset: (No rest and into biceps)

                  90x15
                  130x15
                  170x15
                  200x15

                  then into

                  Alternating Dumbbell Curls:

                  50x10

                  Dumbbell Hammer Curls:

                  50x10

                  (No rest periods seperated by dotted line)
                  ----------------

                  Curved Bar Pressdowns:

                  Dropset/super set: (No rest)

                  200x20
                  170x10
                  150x10
                  130x10
                  110x10

                  Into

                  Alternating Dumbbell Curls:

                  50x10

                  Dumbbell Hammer Curls:

                  50x10

                  (No rest)
                  ------------

                  Curved Bar Pressdowns:

                  Dropset/Super set: (No rest)

                  200x15
                  170x10
                  150x10
                  130x10
                  110x10

                  Into

                  Alt. DB. Curls:

                  50x12

                  Into

                  DB Hammer Curls:

                  50x12

                  (No rest)
                  -----------------

                  Leaning Cable Extentions:

                  Dropset/Super set: (No rest)

                  150x30

                  Into

                  Alt DB Curls:

                  50x10

                  Into

                  DB Hammer Curls:

                  50x10-12

                  (No rest)
                  -----------------
                  Leaning Cable Extentions:

                  Dropset/Superset: (No rest)

                  170x20

                  Into

                  Alt DB Curls:

                  50x10

                  Into

                  DB Hammer Curls:

                  50x10
                  ---------
                  Leaning Cable Extentions:

                  200x16

                  Into

                  Alt DB Curls:

                  50x10

                  Into

                  DB Hammer Curls:

                  50x10

                  ---------

                  Leaning Cable Extentions:

                  Dropset/Superset: (No rest)

                  200x21

                  Into

                  Alt DB Curls:

                  50x12

                  Into

                  DB Hammer Curls:

                  50x10

                  (no rest)

                  --------

                  Standing Cable Curls:

                  120x15
                  130x15
                  140x15

                  Alternating Dumbbell Curls:

                  35x15

                  Kneeling Cable Crunches:

                  200x35
                  200x35
                  200x35

                  20 mins cardio

                  KILL THAT SHIT
                  Last edited by Walking Beast; July 5, 2010, 01:12 AM.
                  Journal: http://forums.musculardevelopment.co...ad.php?t=50558
                  Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4A4lWT65ng

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                  • ^^ That is a long ass post.

                    Good job, how long did that take you to complete?
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                    • On the iso high rows, did you perform them with a reverse grip and one arm at a time? This is what really seems to be effective. Great back workout.

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                      • Originally posted by Walking Beast View Post
                        My muscle endurance varies alot. When I was training consistantly at my main gym (the one I used when coming back from injuries, before I moved) , my training was better overall. More volume so I built more endurance from consistantly hitting high volume chest and delts together. Was also hitting chest twice a week at that time with shoulders. Now I only hit it once to give my shoulder joints a rest.

                        I still train at this gym for back (better equipment for me) and chest as well when I dont have a spotter sometimes (smith machine incline over there and better HS incline machine). Its a 40 min drive so I dont do it daily. I train at 3 gyms now, two I am a member of, the third is for a spot and get in free once a week. Should be back training there next week with a spotter if things go as planned.

                        I would get decent sets on the incline after flat benching, but way off from what I could do fresh. Thats why I used to cycle my chest days. Thursday was a flat bench focused day ( meaning thats the first and main exercise before machine work and delts) and sunday was an incline focused day.

                        Since Im usually always trying to hit records on my chest days (whether my body is capable or not) , cycling these days allowed me to hit the exercise fresh. Also Id cycle the order. For a month I might do inclines as my first chest day and my second chest day of the week would then be flat. Then Id switch to flats first day, inclines second.

                        The first chest day always is the most recovered. So I would hit records this way. Also have cycled between half reps, 3/4 reps and full reps to hit records on each one of those. So between incline and flat bench, plus all the ROM variables, that alone allows me to hit PRs consistantly when training and diet is good.

                        For me its another psyche booster to hit records. Even if my strength has advanced to 315x23 on flat bench (3/4 reps), going back to full reps (example) and hitting 15 is a record for that ROM and makes the session worthwhile. Even though it might be less reps and strength is likely the same, just a different rom, still drives my fire to KILL it. Constantly seek things that fuel that rage and adrenaline.

                        Its a technique I use to trick my mind to get it prepared for the desired result. Like when I eat at a buffet. If eating pizza will eat two slices together, by the time my body realizes it is full its too late, ive consumed 1000s of calories.

                        KILL THAT SHIT
                        Makes a lot of sense.

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                        • Originally posted by YukonCrazy View Post
                          ^^ That is a long ass post.

                          Good job, how long did that take you to complete?

                          The no rest between sets definately sped the session up. I didnt keep track but maybe 2-3 hours with everything.

                          KILL THAT SHIT!!
                          Journal: http://forums.musculardevelopment.co...ad.php?t=50558
                          Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4A4lWT65ng

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                          • Originally posted by moreps View Post
                            On the iso high rows, did you perform them with a reverse grip and one arm at a time? This is what really seems to be effective. Great back workout.

                            When it comes to any pushing and pulling movements I always perform with both arms at same time. One arm dumbbell rows are my favorite exercise for back but too much torque on my spine. One arm at a time tends to twist my spine up more, after my injuries.

                            I also use overhand grip on all back exercises, due to my bicep strains. It seemed to compliment the lat pulldowns well this session. Could be cuz its only my second week back from a 10 day break too.

                            KILL THAT SHIT!!
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                            Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4A4lWT65ng

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                            • Originally posted by GermaniaK View Post
                              Makes a lot of sense.

                              KILL THAT SHIT
                              Journal: http://forums.musculardevelopment.co...ad.php?t=50558
                              Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4A4lWT65ng

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                              • Chest got moved over to today. Tuesday. Back and arms were way too sore yesterday to hit chest. Will not have anyone but random spotters again today on the bench. So will likely be mostly machine work this session. Will see how the pec feels with weight on it. Seems to be better now, cant tell until I lift.

                                Maybe next week will have a spotter but its uncertain for now. So records will be unlikely until I have a consistant bench and spotter again. Maybe with 225 or 275. Ive been benching at 3 different gyms, different benches due to not having a consistant spotter. I may rep out with 225 and 275 only because I may only be doing 5 or 6 sets for bench. So might as well take em to failure and get the most out of them. A good session benching would be 14-20 sets of bench for me. Then machines. So I will be limited. Will see what I feel like doing when I get there

                                KILL THAT SHIT
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                                Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4A4lWT65ng

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