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  1. Dr. Albert Scott Representative for FINAFLEX
    www.finaflex.com
    Redefine Yourself..... REDEFINE EVERYTHING!


  2. Proper Form/Technique...

    This is something that has been bothering me for quite some time now. I don't know if it just my own personal problem or is because I'm a Doctor of Chiropractic, either way it drives me absolutely crazy when I see people lifting with not just poor form, but with the most grotesk form I have ever seen, I mean horrible and more than 9/10 times it is in an attempt for this person/s to lift more weight than they should or need to be lifting in order to achieve what we are all in the gym for, break down the muscle tissue via (micro-trauma) and rest & feed these muscles so they will recover (bigger, faster, stronger). I found this video of a Gentleman (Ken Roebuck) on youtube who explains and demonstrates what I consider perfect form with his dead-lifts....


    Video by: Ken Roebuck

    Please feel welcome to share horror stories of people in your gym using horrible, even dangerous form, as well as disagreeing/debating my opinion on using better form if you truly feel that by lifting more weights with poor form you are building your muscles faster than by using less weight with better form, etc. If you come across a video of good or bad form that you feel is relevant to this post, by all means post and include your opinion, etc. I am posting this here so we may all share our opinions and learn!

    Dr. Albert Scott Representative for FINAFLEX
    www.finaflex.com
    Redefine Yourself..... REDEFINE EVERYTHING!
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  3. Dr. Albert Scott Representative for FINAFLEX
    www.finaflex.com
    Redefine Yourself..... REDEFINE EVERYTHING!

  4. The Importance of Physical Activity
    at an early age...


    Hey guys, I found this youtube video of a Canadian Doctor expressing the importance of physical activity in the early years and found it to be both quite interesting and quite relevant with some of the health problems our society is facing today, please check this out and by all means comment, opinions are welcome!




    Dr. Albert Scott Representative for FINAFLEX
    www.finaflex.com
    Redefine Yourself..... REDEFINE EVERYTHING!

  5. First of all my name Entries would have been Bitchin Berry and Whalin Watermelon ... oh well ..whackin watermelon also came to mind and oh hell yah Whackoff Watermellon lol...

    I've done the Cottage Cheese Myofusion thing and it's fist class, myofusion is good for anything like that. Mix it with skin mild and freez it and you have a pretty good tasting protein Ice Cream...

    550-XD sounds good, is this the replacement for the old 550 you were talking about earlier.?
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    550-XD sounds good, is this the replacement for the old 550 you were talking about earlier.?
    Yes sir... Absolutely! I can't wait, we are a little behind schedule because of the unusually long wait we are having purity results from and independent lab in Austin, TX I believe. Anyway, I am confident that all will come back well and we will proceed and have this product on the shelves very soon!!!

    The New FINAFLEX 550-XD Black, the Pro-Hormone in which
    all other PH's shall be measured against!!!

    Dr. Albert Scott Representative for FINAFLEX
    www.finaflex.com
    Redefine Yourself..... REDEFINE EVERYTHING!

  7. Quote Originally Posted by ScottyDoc View Post
    Yes sir... Absolutely! I can't wait, we are a little behind schedule because of the unusually long wait we are having purity results from and independent lab in Austin, TX I believe. Anyway, I am confident that all will come back well and we will proceed and have this product on the shelves very soon!!!


    The New FINAFLEX 550-XD Black, the Pro-Hormone in which
    all other PH's shall be measured against!!!

    Can't wait to see what's in it... tried to read the ingredients in the pic but they were too small...
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  8. Quote Originally Posted by ScottyDoc View Post



    FINAFLEX 550-XD will be the most pivotal advancement in lean muscle acquisition ever introduced. 550-XD is built with a potent legal bodybuilding ingredient that produces RESULTS, delivering rock hard lean muscle while managing estrogen levels, detoxifying the liver, and supporting healthy joint function. The innovative ingredient in 550-XD is delivered to the body by two anabolic amplifiers that increase absorption and bio-availability.
    Hey doc, this is a PH? But from the bottle label claims it looks like a cycle assist. If it a PH then damn a PH with some cycle support bulit in would be nice.
    "I am legally blind and if I can Squat,deadlift and over all get myself to the gym then anyone can get their a$$ in gear and get strong!!"-me






  9. Quote Originally Posted by malleus25 View Post
    Hey doc, this is a PH? But from the bottle label claims it looks like a cycle assist. If it a PH then damn a PH with some cycle support bulit in would be nice.
    Yah this is there M.O. they mix stuff you need into the central product...
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  10. Quote Originally Posted by malleus25 View Post
    Hey doc, this is a PH? But from the bottle label claims it looks like a cycle assist. If it a PH then damn a PH with some cycle support bulit in would be nice.
    It does have cycle support, but keyword is support... so it does not replace the need for a PCT following a cycle, only supports healthy functions intra-cycle! So I repeat, because this is very important... a PCT will still be required following a cycle of the New FINAFLEX 550-XD Black!
    Dr. Albert Scott Representative for FINAFLEX
    www.finaflex.com
    Redefine Yourself..... REDEFINE EVERYTHING!

  11. Recipe Sharing Time...

    High Protein Pumpkin Pancakes...

    Ingredients:

    • 7.5 oz of canned pumpkin
    • 1/3 cup oatmeal, dry
    • 1/3 cup multigrain or whole wheat pancake mix
    • 1 scoop vanilla (or plain) protein powder
    • 4 egg whites
    • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
    • 1 teaspoon nutmeg
    • 1 teaspoon ground ginger
    • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
    Directions:
    1. Combine all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and whisk thoroughly with a fork. For a finely mixed batter, put the ingredients in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth.
    2. Preheat a non‐stick skillet on medium heat, or use a large griddle. Pour the pancake mixture onto the pan or griddle to form 2 large pancakes.
    3. Flip each pancake as soon as it is firm enough to flip and the bottom side is lightly brown. Cook on medium heat and keep a close eye on them since they cook quickly and the outside burns easily.

    Nutrition Info: (makes 2 large, 5 inch wide, pancakes)

    • Calories: 507
    • Protein: 44.1 g
    • Carbs: 69.7 g
    • Fat: 5 g
    If you eat only 1, then put the other in the fridge for tomorrow (1 large 5 inch wide pancake):
    • Calories: 253.5
    • Protein: 22 g
    • Carbs: 34.8 g
    • Fat: 2.5 g
    Recipe by: Herb Cables
    Dr. Albert Scott Representative for FINAFLEX
    www.finaflex.com
    Redefine Yourself..... REDEFINE EVERYTHING!

  12. that recipe looks on point!

  13. Quote Originally Posted by ScottyDoc View Post
    Recipe Sharing Time...

    High Protein Pumpkin Pancakes...

    Ingredients:

    • 7.5 oz of canned pumpkin
    • 1/3 cup oatmeal, dry
    • 1/3 cup multigrain or whole wheat pancake mix
    • 1 scoop vanilla (or plain) protein powder
    • 4 egg whites
    • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
    • 1 teaspoon nutmeg
    • 1 teaspoon ground ginger
    • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
    Directions:
    1. Combine all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and whisk thoroughly with a fork. For a finely mixed batter, put the ingredients in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth.
    2. Preheat a non‐stick skillet on medium heat, or use a large griddle. Pour the pancake mixture onto the pan or griddle to form 2 large pancakes.
    3. Flip each pancake as soon as it is firm enough to flip and the bottom side is lightly brown. Cook on medium heat and keep a close eye on them since they cook quickly and the outside burns easily.

    Nutrition Info: (makes 2 large, 5 inch wide, pancakes)

    • Calories: 507
    • Protein: 44.1 g
    • Carbs: 69.7 g
    • Fat: 5 g
    If you eat only 1, then put the other in the fridge for tomorrow (1 large 5 inch wide pancake):
    • Calories: 253.5
    • Protein: 22 g
    • Carbs: 34.8 g
    • Fat: 2.5 g
    Recipe by: Herb Cables
    Oh man!!! I down with this one... oh fug!!!
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug


  14. Training Tips & Motivational Speaking
    by: Atlanta, GA Local
    Toney Freeman


    As you all know and I have mentioned before, I have had the pleasure of meeting and speaking with Toney as he frequents local gyms in the area and actually trained the entire year at the FORUM gym in Alpharetta, GA while I worked for the Chiropractor attached to the gym. This first video I take very seriously because I am 37yrs old and due to a torn pec, I too have had to change my style of lifting in accordance to my age and what my body could handle and recover from. Toney is a huge advocate of lifting lighter for higher reps and as you can see, it has not slowed down his progress...




    Yet another excellent video of Toney giving a motivational and educational seminar in Denmark where he makes a very excellent and solid opinion on the importance of Nutrition in Bodybuilding whether you are competing or just doing it to acquire the best body you can, you absolutely cannot and will not achieve the body you desire without proper nutrition and I really like the way he explains its importance...





    I find this information very important and relevant because it has sure helped me in my quest as an avid bodybuilder to both safely and effectively achieve the body I desire. I just hope this same information helps others out there as it has helped me!
    Dr. Albert Scott Representative for FINAFLEX
    www.finaflex.com
    Redefine Yourself..... REDEFINE EVERYTHING!

  15. recipe sounds awesome!!

  16. FINAFLEX Holiday Greetings to AnabolicMinds members...


    Here is another extremely helpful little tip on how to make your foods both lower in fat and less calories while still maintaining good flavor, it is helpful all year-round, but I found these tips to be especially helpful this time of year when there is a lot of cooking and good recipes going around during the holiday season where you can definitely cut out some unnecessary fat... Literally!!!


    Dr. Albert Scott Representative for FINAFLEX
    www.finaflex.com
    Redefine Yourself..... REDEFINE EVERYTHING!

  17. Breaking news...This Dragon Is Sick

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    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/cycle-info/252210-greens-climb-top.html#post4548443

  18. Adjustments I have made due to age, are a) 1 never go beyond form failure, b) I have lowered my volume c) I don't lift heavy all the time but use progressive patterns working my way up.

    You know I am an animal and would love to just tear it up all the time but now I have to plan ahead and work my way up to the bigger numbers, I use higher reps more often. I work fast so I can keep my intensity high. To tell you the truth I don't even know if all the extra work I idid was even neccessary. I will watch the videos and comment more later but I just wanted to chime in with some of my personal experience. Lifting hard and heavy all the time was tearing me to pieces, and it was high time I adjusted.
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  19. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver
    Adjustments I have made due to age, are a) 1 never go beyond form failure, b) I have lowered my volume c) I don't lift heavy all the time but use progressive patterns working my way up.

    You know I am an animal and would love to just tear it up all the time but now I have to plan ahead and work my way up to the bigger numbers, I use higher reps more often. I work fast so I can keep my intensity high. To tell you the truth I don't even know if all the extra work I idid was even neccessary. I will watch the videos and comment more later but I just wanted to chime in with some of my personal experience. Lifting hard and heavy all the time was tearing me to pieces, and it was high time I adjusted.
    I agree DW. I haven't had a chance to watch the video, but my switch from the hard and heavy has given me great results with much less wear and tear. I will post more after I get a chance to really read through and watch.
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/cycle-info/252210-greens-climb-top.html#post4548443

  20. Quote Originally Posted by TurningGreen View Post
    I agree DW. I haven't had a chance to watch the video, but my switch from the hard and heavy has given me great results with much less wear and tear. I will post more after I get a chance to really read through and watch.
    Yah sometimes less is more, and one thing I have discovered is your joints age a lot faster than your muscles, you have to find ways to decrease joint trauma while maintaining hypertropy... not really that hard to do when you think about it. A lot of it's just getting over what is in our head.
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  21. Yeah I am learning that low low volume with high uber high intensity does not work for me anymore. Don't get me wrong my muscles still love it but my joints curse me out. I am using different training techniques now. Shorter rest period acheiving cumulative muscle failure seems to be working really well right now. Here is an example of my upper body workout from last night.

    all rest periods are 30 second timed rest periods between sets and also between moving to secondary exercises.

    DB Incline Bench - 75x10 4 sets - by 4rth set the 10th rep was almost impossible in good form.
    Pec Deck 150x15, 150x8

    Wide Pronated Grip Pull Down - 165x10x3 sets 165x8
    Incline DB Shrugs - 55x15, 55x14

    Front Shoulder Press Nuetral Grip - 155x10, x10, x7>125x3, 125x8
    Lateral Raise Machine 80x15, x12

    Dips - 30, 20

    20 sets completed in 32 minutes

    Typically with this method the first and second set are not that hard somewhere in the middle of the 3rd set the fatigue sets in and the 4rth sets is work all the way through. My fourth set is maximum reps, and once I hit more than 10 I go up in weight. Secondary sets are just finishers or hitting from a different angle. So my joints don't take the abuse of the heavy weights but the muscles have to call upon all the fibers due to cumulative fatigue and the sarcoplasm and mitochondria are all pushed causing sarcoplasmic growth.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
    Current Training Log -
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/276206-kleen-strong-body.html

  22. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73
    Yeah I am learning that low low volume with high uber high intensity does not work for me anymore. Don't get me wrong my muscles still love it but my joints curse me out. I am using different training techniques now. Shorter rest period acheiving cumulative muscle failure seems to be working really well right now. Here is an example of my upper body workout from last night.

    all rest periods are 30 second timed rest periods between sets and also between moving to secondary exercises.

    DB Incline Bench - 75x10 4 sets - by 4rth set the 10th rep was almost impossible in good form.
    Pec Deck 150x15, 150x8

    Wide Pronated Grip Pull Down - 165x10x3 sets 165x8
    Incline DB Shrugs - 55x15, 55x14

    Front Shoulder Press Nuetral Grip - 155x10, x10, x7>125x3, 125x8
    Lateral Raise Machine 80x15, x12

    Dips - 30, 20

    20 sets completed in 32 minutes

    Typically with this method the first and second set are not that hard somewhere in the middle of the 3rd set the fatigue sets in and the 4rth sets is work all the way through. My fourth set is maximum reps, and once I hit more than 10 I go up in weight. Secondary sets are just finishers or hitting from a different angle. So my joints don't take the abuse of the heavy weights but the muscles have to call upon all the fibers due to cumulative fatigue and the sarcoplasm and mitochondria are all pushed causing sarcoplasmic growth.
    Why is this? I find anything above my 3 rep max and the results are sub par. 5 I can get away with because my body can still remain pretty strict and I do the reps very slowly. But I remember my run with gvt and it made my joints cry.
    With all that contradicting stuff said I feel that going for higher reps does tend to keep you honest. Unless your trying to use weights for sports training feeling the weight over moving the weight will always lead to better results, be it less injury, or mote muscle activation. I still do like to train in the higher percentiles but that's because I'm a meathead.
    I think I'm goin to be using a pyramid type protocol. Tax my muscles then still work in the strength. My body doesn't know what amount I'm pushing but hopefully with the accumulated fatigue I still can get some good muscle stimulation.
    RecoverBro ELITE

  23. When you say why is this and say anything above my 3 reps max and results are sub par do you mean the if you lift heavier than your 3 rep max or if you go much higher on reps than 3? Also the results you speak of, what are they? Increased strength? Increased work capacity? Increased size?


    I mean 3 reps sets can be very beneficial and safe even for older people. It depends on how you are doing those 3 reps. Are you doing the 3 reps at 95% of your max or are you doing multiple sets of 3 reps increasing weight or sets until you can no longer accelerate the weight quickly? There is a HYUGE difference there. If using the acceleration method you are unlikely to get into the extremely heavy weights that are taxing your joints a lot. You are also stopping before you cause overtraining to your CNS.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
    Current Training Log -
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/276206-kleen-strong-body.html

  24. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73
    When you say why is this and say anything above my 3 reps max and results are sub par do you mean the if you lift heavier than your 3 rep max or if you go much higher on reps than 3? Also the results you speak of, what are they? Increased strength? Increased work capacity? Increased size?

    I mean 3 reps sets can be very beneficial and safe even for older people. It depends on how you are doing those 3 reps. Are you doing the 3 reps at 95% of your max or are you doing multiple sets of 3 reps increasing weight or sets until you can no longer accelerate the weight quickly? There is a HYUGE difference there. If using the acceleration method you are unlikely to get into the extremely heavy weights that are taxing your joints a lot. You are also stopping before you cause overtraining to your CNS.
    I use the three rep scheme for max load days. So I work up to a load where I can no longer hit 3 reps. Usually I'll do this in a power phase. I usually feel a lot more taxed then my muscles feel used. Like I have that spent feeling. I guess thats cns drain. But then again strength is basically that. Cns adaption. So I pretty much answered my own question lol.
    Thanks for reading kleen. I tend to ask those questions where the answer is right in front of me but I just don't connect the dots.
    RecoverBro ELITE

  25. Yeah the drained feeling is probably more from CNS being drained however all strength does not come from CNS efficiency at a movement. Once the efficiency has been developed the strength increase is typically the the result of the physical adaptation of the muscle fiber itself adding protein and increasing the thickness and strength of the contracting fibers. The sarcoplasm is the fluid and mitochondria and what not that fill those fibers and feed them so for the fiber itself to grow thier needs to be adequate fuel. Higher reps and or cumulative fatigue cause an increase in the sarcoplasm of the muscle. More mitochondria and fuel for the muscle fibers, also stretching the muscle fibers via the pump. Increasing ATP which in turn increases work capacity which increases overall stress on the muscle fiber which induces growth in the fiber itself. This is why it is also a good idea to go back and forth between higher rep training and concentrating on purely increasing strength. However one can just as easily work at increasing strength at ANY rep range which is what most people do not think is possible. Take for example my workout above I used 10 reps however I used it to increase work capacity by extreme limitation of my rest periods there limiting my ability to move a lot of weight. However if I were to rest 60 seconds my weights could have been substanscially higher, 2 minutes rest and again my weights would have been even that much more heavy. Many of the greats of the old days built a lot of natural muscle with heavy sets of 20 reps on bench, squats, dead lifts.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
    Current Training Log -
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/276206-kleen-strong-body.html
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