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  • Originally posted by AKSChopper View Post
    Awesome shit Beast, your workouts are freaking intense.

    Love that motivation...KEEP TEARING IT UP!

    Congrats on the flat bench and PRs

    ThanX!!

    KILL OR BE KILLED

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

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    • 10-17-09 Saturday Biceps And Rear Delts

      Bicep strain not bad at all in the beginning. Shoulder strain, and front delt soreness keeping me from going real heavy after the first few sets.

      Felt very full and pumped today, as opposed to yesterday feeling small and flat. Even though was one of my strongest pressing sessions ever. Always a mind fuck.

      I took these PUMP pills from Animal Pak, got em as free samples, and that was probably what was filling me out today. Also had 5 slices of french toast and 1/2 lb of meat loaf prior to the gym. Plus my stimulant cocktail with includes No 2, beta alanine, creatine and caffiene.
      :

      (199 lbs after meal)

      Alternating Dumbbell Curls:

      35x15 (warm)
      60x25 (Possible PR, unsure)
      80x12 (Possible PR, unsure)
      100x3

      Barbell Curls: (Takin shit easy from this point on)

      135x15
      135x15

      Dumbbell Hammer Curls:

      60x15
      75x15
      80x10

      Alternating Dumbbell Curls:

      45x15

      Standing Cable Curls With Cambered Bar:

      150x30 (warm, not to failure)
      200x15
      200x15

      Alternating Dumbbell Curls:

      35x15

      Preacher Curl Machine (pin loaded):

      140x15 (warm, too light)
      205x11 (stack)
      205x12

      Reverse Machine Flies:

      130x25 (warm)
      210x25
      250x18 (stack)
      250x20
      250x20
      250x20

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

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      • A FUKKIN MASS MONSTER DWELLS HERE!!!

        I AM DOING SOME MONSTER FUKKIN SQUATS TONIGHT!

        JUST FOR YOU I WILL SCREAM "KILL THAT SHIT"

        I WILL SEND YOU A LINK LATER! I AM TRAINING AT 4AM TODAY!!!
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        • Originally posted by YukonCrazy View Post
          A FUKKIN MASS MONSTER DWELLS HERE!!!

          I AM DOING SOME MONSTER FUKKIN SQUATS TONIGHT!

          JUST FOR YOU I WILL SCREAM "KILL THAT SHIT"

          I WILL SEND YOU A LINK LATER! I AM TRAINING AT 4AM TODAY!!!

          Nice

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

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          • Beast, Do you ever find that you cramp up alot following one of these killer workouts? I went nuts on legs yesterday and have had cramps like crazy for the past 18 hrs. Thanks man!
            “War is peace.
            Freedom is slavery.
            Ignorance is strength.”
            ― George Orwell

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            • Originally posted by The Celt View Post
              Beast, Do you ever find that you cramp up alot following one of these killer workouts? I went nuts on legs yesterday and have had cramps like crazy for the past 18 hrs. Thanks man!

              Fuckin always!! I havent found a cure for that except to time it out. Ive tried drinking alot of gatorade. Doesnt seem to do shit. Have tried potassium and boron pills and shit too. No effect.

              After nearly every chest session, I get rediculous lock ups in my front delts and entire fucking chest. Can see it in the mirror like steel cables locking up , twitching , pulsating. Painful locking up and releasing. It can last for 6 hours or more easily. I dont think Ive had it for 18 hours. It lasts long though with alot of pain. It annoys me more then anything. Sometimes my back will cramp up as well. After heavy bicep training my brachialis area cramps up also.

              Its mainly the chest and delt cramps that I get the most consistant though. Back in my earlier training days I did not cramp up really. Everytime I steer my car after chest training im cramping up immediately. Strangely it never happens in the gym, but as soon as I step outside to drive home. I think I didnt get it then, not because of lack of intensity, but just wasnt throwing around the kind of weight and reps I am now. Which is gonna be alot more strain

              This is why I have no fuckin doubt the areas that I have worked when I train. People like to tell me that I dont train my chest and all this shit. Because of my range or whatever. It takes MASSIVE abuse for me to even get the smallest muscles even slightly sore. All the abuse I have put on myself over the many years, have built a very strong resistance and very stubborn muscle fibers. So when I get sore it IS an indicator for how effective my training was, and what muscles and areas got hit the most. This has also always been in line with how my body grew as well. For example. Ive been doing these fucking partial leg presses, like 800 for 80 rep. Cuz of my knees, and also gettin obsessed with stacking plates again over form. Well back when I used to hit legs harder, I did full range reps, till my legs hit my ribs, and my ass got sore, and my glutes were much thicker, where as with the partial reps, no glute soreness and my ass is flat compared to how it was. All very high upper quad development, and thats the only area that gets sore. Now that Im going lighter and full range on these (will work the weight back up) Im feeling the soreness throughout the whole leg.

              My chest and delts for example, wont cramp up unless I have hammered the fuck out of them. Which is basically very consistant, pushing the progression, aslong as my strains are not too major. Then I will back off a bit. In the past I would not listen to pain as a signal. I learned from that mistake with two ruptured disks and 2 years of no training.

              KILL THAT SHIT!!
              Last edited by Walking Beast; October 19, 2009, 02:20 AM.
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              Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4A4lWT65ng

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              • There was a time when it was impossible for me to get certain bodyparts sore. The bodyparts were biceps, shoulders and back. These muscles were so stubborn, I could abuse the living fuck out of them, negatives, everything super heavy, brutal training, and they didnt get sore. However back then these bodyparts grew. Im not like that anymore though. I actually can and do get those sore now. Plus my biceps are always somewhat strained so they are always sore. Times change. My delts and back are my most dominant bodyparts now. Biceps still overtakes my arm, but not to the degree it did when i could train it consistantly super heavy.
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                • 10-18-09 Sunday Leg Presses and Abs

                  Some very low volume leg maintenance. Just a few sets, but back to full range repetitions now. Feels better on knees then the partials I was doing. Also feel the soreness and burning throughout the whole leg and glute again. Will work the weight and reps up slowly again with full range.

                  I couldve hit more reps with the 800 but was getting a hernia tinge in my left groin area. So I pushed through that for probably about 15-20 reps then ended the set. Its nothing new though. The depth is new though, since i havent done full range leg presses in over 5 years, since my injuries.

                  In the past have done around 60 reps with 800 lbs at full range. Up to 1200 lbs for reps, but always killed my shins after 1100 lbs. Now I just care about feeling that pain and growth. :

                  (199 lbs after meal)

                  Leg Press: (second week back doing Full Range repetitions)

                  400x25 (warm)
                  600x50
                  700x50
                  800x40 (Working through some hernia pain during set, ended it earlier)

                  Kneeling Rope Crunches:

                  200x25
                  200x25
                  200x25

                  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 Walking Beast View Post
                    . For example. Ive been doing these fucking partial leg presses, like 800 for 80 rep. Cuz of my knees, and also gettin obsessed with stacking plates again over form. Well back when I used to hit legs harder, I did full range reps, till my legs hit my ribs, and my ass got sore, and my glutes were much thicker, where as with the partial reps, no glute soreness and my ass is flat compared to how it was. All very high upper quad development, and thats the only area that gets sore. Now that Im going lighter and full range on these (will work the weight back up) Im feeling the soreness throughout the whole leg.

                    This is actually how I end up progressing a lot of times. Getting stuck at lets say 95x8 for barbell curls. Well, ill cheat my way up to 115x6-8, then drop down lighter and clean up my form. I think being looser on form is a great way to achieve new numbers and get used to lifting heavier weights.
                    Turn the other cheek and I'll break your fucking chin.

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                    • Originally posted by chasebny View Post
                      This is actually how I end up progressing a lot of times. Getting stuck at lets say 95x8 for barbell curls. Well, ill cheat my way up to 115x6-8, then drop down lighter and clean up my form. I think being looser on form is a great way to achieve new numbers and get used to lifting heavier weights.

                      It definately works for me. For many months I did 1/2 reps on the bench press. Getting to around 225x55 before I switched back over to doing nearly full reps (3/4 til the end). My full reps went up a massive amount when I switched over. So it all translates to strength gains. Which also contributes to size.

                      The difference between 1/2 and 3/4 reps probably cuts 15 or maybe even more reps off my bench. However from 3/4 to full reps doesnt seem to be much of a cut. Its good to switch it up to break sticking points.

                      KILL THAT SHIT!!
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                      • Interesting idea on getting those strength gains by just focusing on heavy weight and then after you're good w/ that, going back on focusing on form.

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                        • Originally posted by AKSChopper View Post
                          Interesting idea on getting those strength gains by just focusing on heavy weight and then after you're good w/ that, going back on focusing on form.

                          Ive done that for a while , especially on the benches. I also cycle which chest routine is first in the week to hit PR's. One session focuses flat and the other incline. Meaning that bench is done first in the routine, then the extras. Right now Ill probably be doing chest once a week, or atleast freeweight once a week for chest, maybe another machine day. To let my shoulders heal up.

                          I dont change the form on bench, but do cycle between the three rep ranges. 1/2 rep, 3/4 rep and full rep. Once I was doing nearly 60 with 225 in half reps, breaking into the 40's with the 3/4 reps came very quickly.

                          Similiar to doing rack pulls really heavy with the deadlift, then going back to doing them off the floor. By cycling back and forth like that, can make huge strength gains

                          On many exercises Ive always been one to cheat to get the extra reps. I always want to take my sets to failure and possibly beyond. I build core with heavy weights. Weighted abdominal work, so that cheat reps dont fuck me up. Also keep the abs tense throughout my sets. Lately have not been keeping up with ab work, out of boredom, but thats the idea

                          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 Walking Beast View Post
                            10-18-09 Sunday Leg Presses and Abs

                            Some very low volume leg maintenance. Just a few sets, but back to full range repetitions now. Feels better on knees then the partials I was doing. Also feel the soreness and burning throughout the whole leg and glute again. Will work the weight and reps up slowly again with full range.

                            I couldve hit more reps with the 800 but was getting a hernia tinge in my left groin area. So I pushed through that for probably about 15-20 reps then ended the set. Its nothing new though. The depth is new though, since i havent done full range leg presses in over 5 years, since my injuries.

                            In the past have done around 60 reps with 800 lbs at full range. Up to 1200 lbs for reps, but always killed my shins after 1100 lbs. Now I just care about feeling that pain and growth. :

                            (199 lbs after meal)

                            Leg Press: (second week back doing Full Range repetitions)

                            400x25 (warm)
                            600x50
                            700x50
                            800x40 (Working through some hernia pain during set, ended it earlier)

                            Kneeling Rope Crunches:

                            200x25
                            200x25
                            200x25



                            KILL THAT SHIT
                            800 for 40 is insane! Is the 40 reps a one set or multiple reps = 40? Either way it's an awesome weight and reps!

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                            • Originally posted by KhmerMuscle View Post
                              800 for 40 is insane! Is the 40 reps a one set or multiple reps = 40? Either way it's an awesome weight and reps!

                              Appreciate that shit

                              When I hit 80 reps a few weeks ago the reps were very partial, cuz of all the knee strain. So I went back to full depth and working back up.

                              Its one straight set.

                              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 Walking Beast View Post
                                Appreciate that shit

                                When I hit 80 reps a few weeks ago the reps were very partial, cuz of all the knee strain. So I went back to full depth and working back up.

                                Its one straight set.

                                KILL THAT SHIT!!
                                That's crazy! You saw my vid I struggle to get 9 reps for 800lbs plus but I made up on my one leg leg press. You must barely can walk. I had a rough weekend with my knee and quad tighting up.

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