Timbahwolf training

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  1. Timbahwolf training





    Anyone at CL know what his routine looks like? I am sure that it varies often but a rough guess would be nice.

    Dude is a beast, a perfect embodiment of sport, fitness, diet and dedication.


  2. Here's his supp. routine that he gave me:


    Green Bulge 3 pills pre workout, 3 pill pst workout
    Orange Triad 2-2-2 split throughtout the day
    Purple Wraath 2-3 scoops sipped before and throughout my workout
    Ultra Omega 3 2 caps twice per day usually with OT
    Glycergrow 3-4 scoops pre workout
    EGCg from NOW- 2 caps pre workout with 100mg caffeine pill
    I also take 2-3 servings of Musclemilk per day. Usually mixed with water and 1/2 cup egg whites.
    I workout most first thing in the morning.
    not sure about workout though.

  3. This is from the Trainer's page on CL.com

    From Mike Mentzer's Heavy Duty,to Vince Gironda's 8x8 Volume Training,I've tried myriad workout routines. While both of these programs are at opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of the principles they espouse, they each have their pros and cons, as do most others. It's a worthwhile endeavor to experiment with different methods, because just as there is no magic pill to cure all illnesses, there is no magic program that will suit everyone's need or function. So experiment with them, but do so with an open mind and sincerest of effort. That doesn't mean, though, that you should automatically assume every type of workout is of equal merit. Use your judgment. To quote Orwell. All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.

    For most of my training history, my mindset has been that of a bodybuilder rather than weightlifter. But as any bodybuilder with experience can attest, the correlation between size and strength cannot be totally ignored. While it's not necessary to push your 1 rep max (just damn fun), increasing strength at certain rep ranges usually leads to added lean mass.

    While aesthetics have always taken precedence over strength as a priority, I have occasionally set strength goals for myself to aim for as well. But where others were trying to set a personal record in the bench or deadlift, my ambitions were in rather unconventional strength moves. To do 6 single arm chins in a row is still an unachieved goal though I did proudly reach 4 with my right arm as well as a single rep with 25lbs added weight; much to the chagrin of my rotators and elbows. In the past year, I've also incorporated variations of the Olympic lifts in my training. The overhead squat and the power snatch are two of my favorite lifts.

    Some of the principles I abide by in my current program are:

    Lower rep ranges in the Olympic lifts, since they require higher skill in their execution, which will be hindered by fatigue. Simply perform more sets to get adequate volume.

    A combination of both lower and higher reps should be applied to most body parts, the exception being arms. I perform mostly higher reps for biceps and triceps since they should get enough lower rep/ higher weight stimulation from your back and chest workouts, respectively.

    I prefer to generally perform slightly higher reps and less rest time for isolation exercises than compound exercises.

    Attempt to mix in unilateral exercises in your program. It is definitely a necessity for function as well as for the bodybuilder if symmetry is at all a priority.

    Here's a sample twice per day /lower body workout:
    AM workout (approx. 9:30am)

    full cleans
    135/3x2
    155/3x2
    185/3x1

    parallel squats (2min rest between sets)
    225/8x6

    leg press (1min rest )
    360/12x4

    leg ext. (1min rest)
    90/10x4
    90/10(60/8,45/8 dropset)x1

    forward lunge
    135/10(per side)x2


    PM workout (4:00pm)

    sldl (full)(1min rest)
    145/10x5

    lying leg curl (30sec rest)
    80/10x3
    80/8x1
    80/6x1

    stretching 15:00





    My approach to dieting, whether bulking or cutting generally consists of a high protein/ high fat and low to medium carbohydrate intake. The ratio of macros remain pretty much the same, only the quantity and total calories varying, depending on whether I am cutting, maintaining or bulking. My preference for a relatively high fat/ low carb intake is twofold. First, it allows me to choose from higher fat protein sources instead of just lean sources.
    Second, it allows me to appear leaner even when on a hyper-caloric intake by minimizing water retention. I also am not very discriminating on how I reach these macro goals, whether it be from so called fast foods, or your standard chicken breasts and vegetables.


    Here is a sample day:

    04:30AM
    1 and 1/2 scoop musclemilk
    1/2 scoop whey
    1 cup milk
    1 tbs flax seed oil

    07:00AM
    1 and 1/2 scoop musclemilk
    1/2 scoop whey
    1/2 cup milk
    1/2 cup egg whites
    1 tbs flax seed oil

    08:45AM
    3/4 cup cottage cheese
    1 cup mixed berries
    1oz. almonds

    12:30PM
    7.6oz steak
    2 slices turkey bacon

    02:15PM
    1 and 1/2 scoop musclemilk
    1/2 scoop whey
    1/2 cup milk
    1/2 cup egg whites
    1 tbs flax seed oil

    04:30PM
    1oz almonds

    05:15PM
    stuffed chicken breast
    2 slices turkey bacon

    07:15PM
    5.67oz steak

    10:30PM
    zone bar

    12:30PM
    zone bar

    3602 calories/182g fat/ 131g carbs/ 336g protein


    If you want to know more, please feel free to email Kane@controlledlabs.com
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by RenegadeRows View Post
    This is from the Trainer's page on CL.com

    From the way his schedule is layed out, it looks like he only gets 4 hours of sleep a night. Is this true?

  5. Quote Originally Posted by RenegadeRows View Post
    This is from the Trainer's page on CL.com
    Yeah, I had to ask directly because the link wasn't working for me thouh.

  6. Thanks guys, I think I repped you guys this morning if not I will hit you up!

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  8. Great videos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. Yup!! I'm working on that stand up from laying down. I can't do it without taking a few steps back due to balance loss. My best was taking one step back as a stabilizer. The only way I can get it is by swinging my body up... but of course that's cheating. As soon as I get that down even once I'm celebrating. LOL.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by GreenSquats View Post
    Yup!! I'm working on that stand up from laying down. I can't do it without taking a few steps back due to balance loss. My best was taking one step back as a stabilizer. The only way I can get it is by swinging my body up... but of course that's cheating. As soon as I get that down even once I'm celebrating. LOL.
    Those are tough!!!!

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  18. Awesome guys, this is interesting to say the least.

    Russians Quest For Success, All Natural And Goals Galore!!!

  19. Quote Originally Posted by russianstar View Post
    Awesome guys, this is interesting to say the least.

    Russians Quest For Success, All Natural And Goals Galore!!!
    This muther is a beast too!

    Bump for Timba! Any more vids CL?

  20. Quote Originally Posted by UNCfan1 View Post
    This muther is a beast too!

    Bump for Timba! Any more vids CL?
    Definitely, we have 20 episodes completed

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  23. Thumbs up


    Awesome, thanks PT!

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    Nice!!!!! :dl::dl:

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  29. I love these, they are so motivational!!!!!!!

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    volume chest

    rowing 1:59/ 498 m

    bands

    incline bench (30 sec int)
    155/5x19

    155/3x2

    machine flyes (2 min)
    120/15(10 partials)x1
    120/12(13 partials)x1
    120/10(15 partials)x1

    cable chest press (90 sec)
    42.5's/10x5

    superset (2 min)
    plyo pushups/ incline flyes
    bw/10(30's/10)x4
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    CAVEMAN NUTZ !!


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    LUCKY QUARTER !!


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  35. lovin the vids, dude is beastin

  36. Those pushups must play hell on your stabilizers

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