The Primordial Off-Season Adventure of Snags (V2.0 of course)

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  1. TF?
    Always open light. Itís not what you open with, itís what you finish with. Louie Simmons


  2. Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    TF?
    no sir.
    i used to run a supp shop, still know the owners.
    pick up a few things here & there sometimes for pennies on the dollar.

  3. I need some hook ups like that.
    Always open light. Itís not what you open with, itís what you finish with. Louie Simmons
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  4. day #3
    back/triceps/shoulders, 12x4
    A1) weighted pullups
    A2) weighted dips
    B) standing DB military press


  5. following the session today, pump was swell.


  6. Damn snags look like a monster bro awesome work. Keep it up. What are the plans another show perhaps?

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  7. Looking Beast Mode!

    The workouts look interesting and are probably pretty intense.

  8. Wow...I wanna be like you when I grow up Snag haha, and I don't say that to just anyone!
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by Celorza
    Wow...I wanna be like you when I grow up Snag haha, and I don't say that to just anyone!
    ^^^^^^this

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  10. Holy fullness!! You have really filled out bubba.
    Always open light. Itís not what you open with, itís what you finish with. Louie Simmons

  11. Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post
    Damn snags look like a monster bro awesome work. Keep it up. What are the plans another show perhaps?
    that's the plan man, nationals next year.
    i think i got something left in the tank.

    Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    The workouts look interesting and are probably pretty intense.
    beast of a program, surely.
    i remember last time i ran this, put on some pretty decent size and gained good strength.
    my fav part about it is the constant change, i think it's very well designed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    Wow...I wanna be like you when I grow up Snag haha, and I don't say that to just anyone!
    lulz.

    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Holy fullness!! You have really filled out bubba.
    thanks brother.
    it's coming along well, very pleased with things.

  12. Is there a template for this new program? I'm feeling a little stale..Lol
    Always open light. Itís not what you open with, itís what you finish with. Louie Simmons

  13. there used to be. i don't know anymore.
    this is the Freak workout, designed by trainer/coach Jon Doyle.
    usplabs had used it in combination with their asteroid stack manual couple yrs back..you can prolly google for a link.
    i'll be listing the workout each day as i go, but don't feel like typing the whole thing out right now lol.

    edit: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...nzsWAytT5uYe3g

  14. SUN 9/16 - day #4
    chest/biceps, 5x8-12 w/ 3 supersets
    A1) 30-degree incline DB bench press ss w/ 15% decline cable flyes
    A2) inclined DB bicep curl ss w/ reverse-grip ez-bar curls

    tennis on tap this afternoon, coming to the end of that activity very soon.


    MON 9/17 - day #5 OFF

  15. i'm pic happy currently.
    in a very good zone right now, doing about everything i want to do in both training/diet intake and getting the results i am after.

    back this morning upon rising, unflexed.


    couple chest shots after the training today, pump was great, strength was running at peak performance.



  16. Thanks for the workout link snag, grabbed it to give it a read!
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  17. Still good separation in your back... you stay pretty lean year round I think. I am going for the same...
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  18. sneek peak of the wheelz.
    i'm goin back into hiding for awhile again, till the next round of changes.


  19. TUE 9/18 - day #6
    back/tri/shoulders, 5x8-12 w/ 3 supersets
    A1) pull-ups ss w/ seated cable rows
    A2) dips ss w/ 15% decline skullcrushers
    B) standing DB military press ss w/ standing cable lateral raise

    another great session early on in this protocol, settling in just fine.


    WED 9/19 - day #7 OFF

  20. random shakes of the day:

    1 scoop choc myofusion + 1 scoop choc intrapro
    3 TBS heavy whipping cream
    16oz water


    2 scoops cinnamon roll myofusion
    1 TBS almond butter
    4oz almond milk + 12 oz water

    yummy.

  21. day #8
    chest/biceps, 12x4
    A1) 30-degree incline DB bench press
    A2) inclined DB bicep curl

    diet has been precise and perfect, weight upon rising today right at 200 after some hardening manipulations.

  22. day #9
    legs/calves, 5x5
    A1) narrow stance squats
    A2) calf press
    B) deadlift

    solid session.
    i need to shave my legs again.

  23. day #10
    back/triceps/shoulders, 12x4
    A1) weighted pullups
    A2) weighted dips
    B) standing DB military press

    in my constant experimentation with pre/postWO nutrition, i have come across something lately that is working well..
    there are 2 ways i go about this timing currently, depending on my schedule:
    either consume a full postWO shake immediately following training (eat an hour later), or
    split my shake in half, consuming exact same concoction only 1/2 of it 30min preworkout and the other half immediately when done (still eating an hour later).
    so, the shake is like this:
    2 scoops EAS recovery protein
    2 TBS brown rice syrup
    1 scoop intrapro
    intellectually, i like the split shake protocol..in practice tho, i prefer the full preWO shake after training.
    and - i am not an EAS fan by any means, never really got into any of their products, but this stuff fits the bill well.
    (doesn't hurt i picked it up dirt cheap)

  24. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    i'm pic happy currently.
    in a very good zone right now, doing about everything i want to do in both training/diet intake and getting the results i am after.

    back this morning upon rising, unflexed.


    couple chest shots after the training today, pump was great, strength was running at peak performance.


    Can't get over the size and definition of your erectors Snag honestly, what's your Dead lift and Squat looking like these days?
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    Can't get over the size and definition of your erectors Snag honestly, what's your Dead lift and Squat looking like these days?
    thanks man.
    as for numbers - let's just say i'm comfortable where i'm at currently.
    i am not a "stongman" or a powerlifter..mid 3's and mid 4's are not impressive, so i don't really focus or report those, as they are all relative to our own goals and growth.
    if i hit a PR i'll mention it, but no PRs are happening right now.
    fyi however - my focus this off-season is primarily on posterior chain growth/development, so i anticipate great progress here.

  26. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    thanks man.
    as for numbers - let's just say i'm comfortable where i'm at currently.
    i am not a "stongman" or a powerlifter, so i don't really focus or report those, as they are all relative to our own goals and growth.
    if i hit a PR i'll mention it, but no PRs are happening right now.
    fyi however - my focus this off-season is primarily on posterior chain growth/development, so i anticipate great progress here.
    I get you it is all according to goals, but I do remember we once talked that you have had wishes of lifting heavy, only held back by joints and the fact you would be bigger haha, thought I would ask, and respect if you don't wanna say FWIW I think you have a Zeus-Chiseled Back brother, and I had yet to see erectors so well developed and defined yet.

    I'm looking forward for the developments you are gonna do to that masterpiece already brother!! !
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  27. Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    it is all according to goals, but I do remember we once talked that you have had wishes of lifting heavy, only held back by joints and the fact you would be bigger haha
    true dat.
    heavy to me would be working sets in the mid 5's, touching mid 6's.
    i will never be that strong, really no desire to deal with the side effects as you say.

  28. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    true dat.
    heavy to me would be working sets in the mid 5's, touching mid 6's.
    i will never be that strong, really no desire to deal with the side effects as you say.
    I get yah haha, I have something in me that makes me actually even crave to start having sides of heavy lifting...not injuries of bad form or poor execution, nah I just mean the general joint and body inflammation and severe need to buy Jeans that are lose-legs because they just won't fit lol...I wanna lift huge...might be a dream only, but that's where it starts.

    (Side note: if I can be a powerlifter, and look lean, good and well crafted, albeit not as much as you because it would be impossible to achieve for me hehe...I'll be the happiest man on earth ! Best of both Iron-Worlds)
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  29. ahhhh..the unbridled enthusiasm of youth.
    [casts a wistful sigh]

    after 25yrs+ of training -- even with the BEST of form -- you may be surprised what kind of toll that takes on your body, bud.
    much like genetic growth potential of musculature, there is genetic differential in joint/tendon/ligament health as well.

    but i don't dissuade you from your goals friend..just give you food for thought.

  30. Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    (Side note: if I can be a powerlifter, and look lean, good and well crafted, albeit not as much as you because it would be impossible to achieve for me hehe...I'll be the happiest man on earth ! Best of both Iron-Worlds)
    you mean like this guy?

    http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=...QEwBQ&dur=1675



    true freak, right there.

  31. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    you mean like this guy?

    http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=...QEwBQ&dur=1675



    true freak, right there.
    Precisely like that.
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  32. Mariusz redefines freak!
    Just inject.
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  33. Quote Originally Posted by HereToStudy View Post
    Mariusz redefines freak!
    He is amazing lol
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  34. my favorite athlete of all time, hands down.
    the man is incredible.
  35. Unbreakable
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    my favorite athlete of all time, hands down.
    the man is incredible.
    Ironically, that was who I expected to see him when I hit that link.
    The fool says in his heart ďThere is no God."

    I vehemently support your right to take offense to anything I post.

  36. Quote Originally Posted by David Dunn View Post
    Ironically, that was who I expected to see him when I hit that link.
    i would say nice intuition - but, who else could it be when we're talking "lean well-crafted powerlifter..best of both iron-worlds"?



    this guy looks fairly decent too, and pretty athletic actually..
    when you're on Medicare and still look like he does, you gotta tip your cap to him.

    http://www.google.com/imgres?q=stall...r:3,s:10,i:185

    (been a tough yr for him, RIP Sage..no father should have to bury their son)
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    One of my favorite shots of him in street clothes:
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    I get comments about arm vascularity all of the time. He is my hero
    The fool says in his heart ďThere is no God."

    I vehemently support your right to take offense to anything I post.

  38. Quote Originally Posted by David Dunn View Post
    One of my favorite shots of him in street clothes:
    Attachment 66874
    I get comments about arm vascularity all of the time. He is my hero
    Thats a well balanced man, aesthetic , powerful and dedicated. I wish I can ever reach that level of perfection.
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  39. Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    Thats a well balanced man, aesthetic , powerful
    he's got nice hair too.

    Sly is a stud for sure.


    SUN 9/23
    day #11
    chest/biceps, 5x8-12 w/ 3 supersets
    A1) 30-degree incline DB bench ss w/ standing cable crossovers
    A2) incline bicep curls ss w/ preacher ez-bar curls



    MON 9/24
    day #12
    off

  40. shave complete..sneak peek


  

  
 

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