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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravoboy View Post
    Good luck!
    Thanks Bravo.

    Your TAT looks familiar:

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    Hard to see it, but definitely looks familiar!
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    DAY 6:


    Shoulder Press:

    DB @ 35/10
    BB 80/10
    BB 90/10
    BB 100/10


    Rear Lat Raises:

    22.5/10
    22.5/10
    25/10


    Side Lat Raises:

    25/10
    27.5/10
    27.5/10


    Front Raises:

    20/10
    25/15
    27.5/15


    DB Shrugs:

    60/20
    65/20
    70/20
    75/20


    BB Chins:

    60/15
    80/11
    70/15



    WARNING: THE FOLLOWING IS A RANT. ANYONE WHO BECOMES BUTT HURT DUE TO THIS RANT NEEDS TO TAKE A LOOK IN THE MIRROR AND FIX THEMSELVES.

    What is so freaking difficult about properly racking your weights? The gym I go to has DB's ranging from 5's - 100's on a 2.5 pound step up. (Fugging Nice) Each position is marked for the corresponding set of DB's and they are in order. I ask you: Why is it so FUGGING difficult to properly rack your FUGGING weights? If you are using the 12.5 lb DB's then put them back where the 12.5 DB's go and not where the 45's go.
    I appreciate people wanting to get into better shape especially with the obesity level in America rapidly rising, but holy h3ll. I actually watched this dude pick up the 70's and proceed to do something that looked like shrugs. When he was finished, he did not bother placing them in the spot he retrieved them from. Instead, he put them in the slot for the 50's. How fugging lazy can you be. You are most likely obese due to the fact that you are lazy in the first place. You are going to the gym to hopefully turn around and fix the damage you have caused yourself. SO STOP BEING SO FUGGING LAZY AND RACK YOUR SH!T!!!!!!!!!!!!! I watched as he repeatedly did this until he finally left to sit on a stationary bike and watch TV. &%$^%$#*^%$*&^$%&^#^%$#&^%$*&^ %*^%#%&(^)(*)*^*^#%#$&^%&%%&#! !!!!

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    Haha nice rant. Sometimes when I see ppl putting back the DBS wrong I'll go and fix um ALL after my db usage. Just to show that the gymrat in me isn't also an a$$.

    Man you strong. 100/10!!
    Those chins are the added weight? That's crazy. Good work man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrag View Post
    Haha nice rant. Sometimes when I see ppl putting back the DBS wrong I'll go and fix um ALL after my db usage. Just to show that the gymrat in me isn't also an a$$.

    Man you strong. 100/10!!
    Those chins are the added weight? That's crazy. Good work man.
    I now know that I definitely have the name of the exercise wrong. I will have to get on the web to find out what the true name is. I suck at pull-ups/chin-ups.
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    Okay...what I call chins are actually upright rows. I call them chins due to the fact that you bring the BB to your chin.
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    I hooked this up for another thread! I have zero artistic ability.
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    I can see where you think the tat looks like that, but it's actually a barbell/cross with lettering that says Lord give me strength. I got it when I was 20. Designed it myself.

    As for feeling unmotivated and tired, I would think about either lowering the epi or upping the derm. And up your carbs due to being hungry all the time and for energy.

    What do others think???
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    Heading in to work today and hopefully will find my missing journal. If so, I'll post my workout from my last back day. Today is legs (ARG). I have honestly not worked legs since highschool about 16 years ago. Not expecting a lot, but I will definitely give it my all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravoboy View Post
    I can see where you think the tat looks like that, but it's actually a barbell/cross with lettering that says Lord give me strength. I got it when I was 20. Designed it myself.

    As for feeling unmotivated and tired, I would think about either lowering the epi or upping the derm. And up your carbs due to being hungry all the time and for energy.

    What do others think???

    Upping the Transaderm would definitely help a little more with lethargy issues. You might consider that if it becomes too much of a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RickRock13 View Post
    Upping the Transaderm would definitely help a little more with lethargy issues. You might consider that if it becomes too much of a problem.
    I would agree, this is one the main reasons for using Transaderm on cycle in the first place...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravoboy View Post
    I can see where you think the tat looks like that, but it's actually a barbell/cross with lettering that says Lord give me strength. I got it when I was 20. Designed it myself.

    As for feeling unmotivated and tired, I would think about either lowering the epi or upping the derm. And up your carbs due to being hungry all the time and for energy.

    What do others think???
    Quote Originally Posted by RickRock13 View Post
    Upping the Transaderm would definitely help a little more with lethargy issues. You might consider that if it becomes too much of a problem.
    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    I would agree, this is one the main reasons for using Transaderm on cycle in the first place...
    Thanks for the information and I appreciate your willingness to share your knowledge! I am going to stick out this week and see if things get better. I am going from a super low carb diet to one with much more, due to bulking. I think this too may be playing a role somehow. If nothing changes, I'll order another bottle of TRANS and start doubling up on the dose.
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    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Bravoboy again.
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    Whats this your not motivated. Oh come on. You playing with the big boys now how much more motivation do you need. Lol. Seriously though like the others have said up your dose of transaderm a little. Are you doing 5 pumps? I was doing 6 and towards the end I was doing 8. Just an fyi.
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    I found my journal and the following is the workout from DAY 2:

    Bent Over Rows (BB):

    135/10
    185/10
    235/8


    Seated Cable Rows:

    140/10
    180/10
    220/10



    Dead Lifts w/DB's: (First time I've ever done Deads and boy do they suck something good)

    60's/10
    70's/10
    80's/10


    Due to a family matter, I was unable to finish the workout.
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    Left it at the gym didnt you. I have done that a time or two
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    DAY 7: (LEGS)


    Lying Leg Curls:

    80/15
    80/15
    80/15
    80/15
    80/15


    Squats:

    145/15
    205/15
    205/15
    205/15


    Leg Press:

    230/10
    230/10
    230/10
    230/10


    Leg Extensions:

    160/10
    175/10
    175/10


    When I was finished, my legs were JELLO. It may even make me sound like a puss, but I even began feeling sick to my stomach while I was doing squats. My body was fugging working to do them. I have not done legs since I was a senior in highschool, but I remember back then having what I thought were awesome legs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onlychevy6 View Post
    Whats this your not motivated. Oh come on. You playing with the big boys now how much more motivation do you need. Lol. Seriously though like the others have said up your dose of transaderm a little. Are you doing 5 pumps? I was doing 6 and towards the end I was doing 8. Just an fyi.

    I actually laughed out loud. I am currently doing 6 pumps, but if things don't improve my the end of week 2 I'll start double dosing and order another bottle of TRANS!

    Always great to here from you!
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    Todays breakfast is a little different. I am out of eggs and was way too tired to get some on the way home from work.

    Breakfast:

    2 pieces of wheat bread
    2 tablespoons peanut butter
    1 banana
    1/4 cup steel cut oats
    2 scoops of whey protein
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meister View Post
    Today is legs (ARG). I have honestly not worked legs since highschool about 16 years ago. Not expecting a lot,
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    Dead Lifts w/DB's: (First time I've ever done Deads and boy do they suck something good)

    60's/10
    70's/10
    80's/10
    You've never done deads before and you haven't worked legs in 16 years???!!
    Time to get serious, bro!!!
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    seriously man for not working legs in 16 years those are some strong squats...

    Good job man can only go up from here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrag View Post
    seriously man for not working legs in 16 years those are some strong squats...

    Good job man can only go up from here!
    205 for 15 is very good for that situation...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver

    205 for 15 is very good for that situation...
    X2...I wouldn't be ashamed of those squats for not doing legs for a decade and a half
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    Yeah I couldnt begin to tell you the last time I used a barbell for squats. So that weight is impressive. Now on the machine I use that is a different story. Lol... Nice freaking job sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RickRock13 View Post
    X2...I wouldn't be ashamed of those squats for not doing legs for a decade and a half
    x3 Thats a tiny bit under where my twigstick legs are at and i do train them hahahaha
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    Split squats and DB step ups are a good change up. I can't squat anymore cause my back but I use to spend all day on legs. Way to get back to them. You will notice strength and weight gain just from that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravoboy View Post
    Split squats and DB step ups are a good change up. I can't squat anymore cause my back but I use to spend all day on legs. Way to get back to them. You will notice strength and weight gain just from that.
    I've done DB Step-Ups many times. Great variation movement.
    But, are you calling split-squats something like Barbell Lunges only you're doing one leg at a time? Like do the right leg first for 10 reps or whatever the target is, then doing the other leg afterwards?
    I've got a leg session scheduled this morning. I'm gonna give those Split-Squats a go!!
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    Yep, that's it. I do them on smith machine. But would've a lot harder on regular barbell. They will exhaust u. 185 is the most I will go. Go get you some thunder!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thundergod View Post
    You've never done deads before and you haven't worked legs in 16 years???!!
    Time to get serious, bro!!!
    Tell me about it. I thought I was serious until now. Now I know that there was a next level. Now I have changed my evil ways and won't look back!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrag View Post
    seriously man for not working legs in 16 years those are some strong squats...

    Good job man can only go up from here!
    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    205 for 15 is very good for that situation...
    Quote Originally Posted by RickRock13 View Post
    X2...I wouldn't be ashamed of those squats for not doing legs for a decade and a half

    Thanks guys!!! In all honesty, my legs are still a little sore. I'm hoping to go up a little next time, but we'll see. I use to kill legs in highschool...no problem. I'll get back there again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cardiobro View Post
    x3 Thats a tiny bit under where my twigstick legs are at and i do train them hahahaha
    LOL...Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravoboy View Post
    Split squats and DB step ups are a good change up. I can't squat anymore cause my back but I use to spend all day on legs. Way to get back to them. You will notice strength and weight gain just from that.

    Thanks Bro! I'll eventually get back into some other routines, but for now I'm sticking with the basic builders.
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    10-27-11 (Done trying to count days)

    Bench Press (BB)

    205/10
    205/10
    225/10
    230/9


    Incline Press (BB)

    135/10
    150/10
    170/10
    180/10


    Incline Flyes (DB)

    35/10
    45/10
    50/10
    55/8


    Cable Cross Overs

    20/10
    25/15
    25/20


    Reverse Grip Front Lat Raises:

    I could not do the exercise due to tenderness in my left shoulder. I purchased some Icy Hot and the pain went away.
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    10-28-11

    Bent Over Rows (BB)

    155/10
    205/10
    250/10
    (My back could have done more, but grip said no)


    Seated Cable Rows

    180/10
    220/10
    240/8


    Dead Lifts

    185/10
    255/10

    I ran out of time and could not do my last set of Deads and did not get to Reverse Grip Pulldowns or Cable Crunches.

    I have been skimping on abs and definitely need to correct this. I'm going to put extra emphasis on getting them done this week. Even if it means staying at work a little long in order to do it. FUG IT!!! I'm going to stay at work a little longer and get every routine and every rep done from here on out. I can't just miss this and that and expect to get where I want. I need to step up to the fugging plate and do my job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DONE!
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    good **** yo runnin bout the same cycle as well right now
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    Nice workouts! Keep killing it bud
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meister View Post
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    Bent Over Rows (BB)

    155/10
    205/10
    250/10
    (My back could have done more, but grip said no)


    Seated Cable Rows

    180/10
    220/10
    240/8


    Dead Lifts

    185/10
    255/10

    I ran out of time and could not do my last set of Deads and did not get to Reverse Grip Pulldowns or Cable Crunches.

    I have been skimping on abs and definitely need to correct this. I'm going to put extra emphasis on getting them done this week. Even if it means staying at work a little long in order to do it. FUG IT!!! I'm going to stay at work a little longer and get every routine and every rep done from here on out. I can't just miss this and that and expect to get where I want. I need to step up to the fugging plate and do my job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DONE!
    Man my abs lost it fast, you know I am an avid user of wheel of death exercise and was up to 16 reps... well the other day I could only do 6 and I was off for only 2 weeks!! Oh well I'll build it back up...
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    Sorry I have not been on here in the last couple of days. I'm sure everyone has heard the saying "when it rains it pours", well last week was the rain and yesterday was fugging monsoon! I'll be back on tomorrow to catch everyone up and I apologize for my lack of posting! I'll probably explain this one when I get back on. Hoping to be cooled off by then!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meister View Post
    Sorry I have not been on here in the last couple of days. I'm sure everyone has heard the saying "when it rains it pours", well last week was the rain and yesterday was fugging monsoon! I'll be back on tomorrow to catch everyone up and I apologize for my lack of posting! I'll probably explain this one when I get back on. Hoping to be cooled off by then!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickRock13 View Post
    Nice workouts! Keep killing it bud
    Thanks Rick! I'm definitely trying! It sucks that when you plan out what you want to be your most legit cycle ever accompanied by the hardest effort you've ever put forth...life slaps the sh!t out of you!!! I'll take it out on the weights tomorrow and catch you guys up on the workouts and what occurred!
    "THE DARK SIDE"
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