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    Lightbulb Beelze training log


    Maybe start something new here, a training log for others to track progress if they give a ****. Might even learn a thing or two. I encourage others to start doing the same, perhaps help get the focus off anabolics and focus more of something onto the training aspect of it all. Unfortunately for me, I pulled my pec recently so I'm still in recuperation mode for that but ya'll will know when I'm back to normal. The weights will reflect I pretty much stick to DC training, but I rearranged some of the bodyparts to prioritize my weaker areas. For example: I believe DC's exact training on day 2 is something along the lines of bi's/forearms/calves/hams/quads. Yeah, I didn't like that so I switched it to quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves.

    2/17
    chest/shoulders/tri's/back

    incline dumbbell (rehab)
    25's x 50
    30's x 50
    40's x 50
    flat bench
    bar x 50
    60 second stretch

    BTN military press supersetted with lateral raises
    (3) 135 x 20 with 30's x 20 (still nervous on going all out on shoulders because of the pec, normal would have been 275 x 6-8ish, no superset)
    stretch

    one arm cable pressdowns (palm up)
    30's x 20
    40's x 20
    50's x 20
    60 second stretch

    WIDE grip pulldowns
    150 x 10
    220 x 3
    300 x 9 (fail on 10)

    rack deads (top of knee)
    225 x 6
    405 x 3
    (2) 585 x 10
    60 second stretch

    There's a bug going around here lately and I may take next week off, haven't decided yet. Feel slightly worn out from the past 4 weeks of thrashing myself.
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    Yesterday's workout (for reference only)

    quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves

    squats (parallel)
    (2) 135 x 10
    225 x 3
    315 x 3
    belt
    405 x 1
    belt/wraps
    495 x 6
    90 second stretch

    SLDL
    135 x 10
    225 x 3
    315 x 3
    425 x 7
    60 second stretch

    dumbbell wrist curls
    (2) 40's x 20

    standing alternated curls
    35's x 10
    50's x 3
    60's x 3
    75's x 8
    60 second stretch

    standing calves
    DC routine 2 sets
    for those that don't know, this is the most painful thing in the program. pick a weight, squeeze at the top of each, 5 second negative, 10-15 second stretch at the bottom of each rep. after #7, you're hurting.
    60 second stretch
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    The stretching..is it DC' stretches? Or something else? Good log looking foreword to watching it.
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    Hey beelzebub do you mind posting the link to DC's extreme stretching thread if you still have it. Or pm with it. Thanks!
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    Just do a search for PNF stretching (proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation). It shows more promise.

    But it hurts more.
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    LC, yup, DC stretches. Bobo used some big words, that might be it
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    thanks guys.
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    sent ya a pm.
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    Nah...thats just basic static stretching although I didn't know people renamed it

    PNF strethcing is more effective but you do need a partner to get the most out of it. Males tend to have better results with contract-relax/agonist method and its much better for rehabilitation too....
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    rehab????

    i'm game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    rehab????

    i'm game.
    Much of these techniques have been used for gymnasts for over 20 years (Soviets).

    But you won't hear that in a powerlifting form
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    friggin gymnasts

    another low blow to the PL'ers. i'm starting to think they don't like us here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    friggin gymnasts

    another low blow to the PL'ers. i'm starting to think they don't like us here
    Hey! I made a damn forum for you guys!!!





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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobo
    Hey! I made a damn forum for you guys!!!





    touche
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    Good description. This has the best chance IMO to effect strength as well.
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    Damn Beelze, that side shot you used to have in your avatar did not do you justice. You are freakin' huge.
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    that was 248, this one is ~270

    thanks
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    Yeah, in that front-side shot you looked chubby. In your new pic you look like a friggin tank. It looks like you not only put on 22 pounds, but a quality 22 pounds. Thanks for the log, I'll be following. Doing anything special supplement wise?
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    know for a fact that i ain't leaner now, lol. as for supps, nothing special.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    know for a fact that i ain't leaner now, lol. as for supps, nothing special.
    It's ok Beelze, you can tell about your "secret weapon". Drew certainly knows what I'm talking about.
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    wouldn't be secret then, would it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    wouldn't be secret then, would it?
    Got a point. So you gonna take the week off or what? I always say, If I have to ask myself that question, it's time to take a break.
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    can't tell. the "sickness" must have been just nausea from doing two sets of rack deads, cuz i felt fine on saturday and even better today. left glute feels sore, but i'm not doing squats this week anyway so screw it. as of now, i'll be back in tomorrow for another quad/hammie/forearm/bi/calf workout. chest feels a lot better, i can almost flex it full force now, which is a good sign IMO.
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    oh, and i train m/t/t/f. i took the program up a notch cuz m/w/f wasn't cutting it.
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    geez ONLY 585 on rack deads? ***** ..

    haha just kidding man, great progress, keep that stuff comin!!! good luck on the rehab
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    Quote Originally Posted by natedogg
    It's ok Beelze, you can tell about your "secret weapon". Drew certainly knows what I'm talking about.
    Beelz's secret has always been his array of magic supplements, potions, balms, tonics, and elixirs. Allows him to slack of on his training and diet...

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    it's true, i just take cold showers to 'shock' the body into growth. then i tell each bodypart riddles to trick them into more growth. gotta trick your body to grow tell it knock-knock jokes and such.......
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    I didn't know you had switched to jokes before you were doing magic tricks for your muscles.

    Infact you said you showed Kwickdewme the old hide the salami trick.


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    2/20 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves
    a tad concerned about the weight loss recently from the new diet, figured strength would suffer, i was wrong.....go me.

    hack squats (parallel)
    rack x 20
    180 x 6
    360 x 5
    540 x 3
    wraps
    810 x 7 PR
    90 second stretch (gettin' easy, just like nate)

    hammer leg curls
    1 plate x 10
    2 plates x 10
    3 plates +25lb'er x 10 (too heavy, couldn't curl it all the way)
    3 plates +10lb'er x 10 (much mo betta) PR
    60 second stretch

    wrist curls dumbbell
    (2) 30's x max set

    straight bar curls, very strict (first time in a long time)
    45 x 10
    75 x 10
    115 x 10
    75 x 12 (dead)
    60 second stretch

    leg press calf raises
    400 x 20
    600 x 20
    750 x 12
    60 second stretch
    standing calves
    200 x 18

    today's weight : 263.5 lbs (damn, i'm pretty)
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    oh yeah, and chest rehab. it's getting better real quick.
    hammer iso-wide
    70 x 50
    90 x 65

    incline barbell (it's what i have tomorrow, just wanted to see how it feels)
    155 x 1 (felt a tad awkward, i'll just play it safe tomorrow and do supersets again).
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    Looking strong as hell Beelz. Good luck on the rehab.





    810 x 7
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    Def keeping my eye on this one...Good work B


    810...damn


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    nice workout as usual beeze
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    thanks fellas
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    90 second stretch (gettin' easy, just like nate)
    Real cute funny man.

    You do your hacks on a machine correct? Either way, kick ass...biatch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    it's true, i just take cold showers to 'shock' the body into growth. then i tell each bodypart riddles to trick them into more growth. gotta trick your body to grow tell it knock-knock jokes and such.......
    HUH......I thought u told me u took alot of Cell-Tech products to help make u grow!!





    ROFL!!
    Just joking of course!
    Hey i got that link on the stretching......Good Info Bro!
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    Quote Originally Posted by natedogg
    Real cute funny man.

    You do your hacks on a machine correct? Either way, kick ass...biatch.
    hack squat thing. i guess you call it a machine. you load plates up on each side and it's guided all the way down like an angled smith machine. 9 plates per side = 810. as far as i know, every hack squat is the same. if you're thinking about that cable loaded ****er with the pin plates, then no. i kick that machine when i walk by.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSkullCrusher
    HUH......I thought u told me u took alot of Cell-Tech products to help make u grow!!





    ROFL!!
    Just joking of course!
    Hey i got that link on the stretching......Good Info Bro!
    that's where it's at bro. cell-tech and nitro-tech stack, just like cutler.
  

  
 

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