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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    The thrill of lifting something that can hurt you has been gone for some time with me. I miss it but now I just lift for aesthetics.
    Yep too fuggin old for that shyte....
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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Yep too fuggin old for that shyte....

    Damn bros (or should I say grandpas), it's depressing to read posts like this! I never want to get old!
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    Quote Originally Posted by g0hardorgohom View Post
    Damn bros (or should I say grandpas), it's depressing to read posts like this! I never want to get old!


    there are some good trade-offs, it's not all bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post


    there are some good trade-offs, it's not all bad.
    Yah with age your learn now stupid it really is to go for big lifts, unless of course your a power lifter otherwise is usually a dumb idea. Therre are times when a heavy set of 5 reps will make it's way in no problem there as long as you have been progresive and didn't overtax your joints..

    You learn how to get the most bang for your buck by doing the least for the most benefit and still maxing out effort to get optimal results. You get better and better at that. The injuries you get from going to heavy are trying to tell you to get your head out of your azz ...

    Oh and I don't ever want to get old either ... so I won't

    Be progressive but only take what is given and you will get better results over the long haul.
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    ^^ exactly.
    see, one of the trade-offs is wisdom.


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    better late then never bro
    welcome.


    so today i blew up the pythons, bi/tri ss day, very basic and 12 sets total each muscle group.
    short rest periods made this a very quick workout.
    the pumps i've been getting have been incredibly solid, lasting all day.
    (i'm speaking of all-over-body muscle pumps, not lower back pumps/cramping)
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    My age has definitely affected my capacity for enjoying things but never the enthusiasm!

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    Sounds like a great workout Snags!

    Yeah the wisdom thing is very important, even with my new program I am always going to be lifting about 15% below my maximum for that rep range then just going for a few extra reps on the final work set. That makes it a lot safer than getting buck and going all out every set every time. That design is the only reason I decided to give the 5-3-1 program a shot, built in safety to keep my "Inner Meathead" in check.
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    My Inner-Meat-Head died when I tore my chest, I guess when the surgically re-attached my chest back to my Humerus, they also surgically removed the Meat-Head, who knows! What I do know is I keep all my workouts around 45-60mins, I go as fast as I can, I get like 16 sets per body part and stay in the 15-20 rep-range and I've never looked better, never felt better and NOOOOO joint pain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottyDoc View Post
    My Inner-Meat-Head died when I tore my chest, I guess when the surgically re-attached my chest back to my Humerus, they also surgically removed the Meat-Head, who knows! What I do know is I keep all my workouts around 45-60mins, I go as fast as I can, I get like 16 sets per body part and stay in the 15-20 rep-range and I've never looked better, never felt better and NOOOOO joint pain!

    Yah you can still see a bit of meat it ain't all gone
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    once you develop your inner meathead....
    you cannot stop it; you can only hope to contain it.

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    couple random pics to tide you guys over till my next update..

    snag still feelin good..lookin leaner yet still buff..







    that last meal, i'm on a roll with..
    jasmine rice over albacore tuna.
    freakin delish.
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    Wow that sure didn't take long to get significantly leaner looking... Hey I'm not seeing mustard, are you on the wagon ?
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    He's skipping the oral use and pinning the mustard now. Lol
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    lol..

    you guys know i love mustard.
    just taking a break from it here cuz i wanted to eat meat plain along with bites of potato on that particular feeding.
    (freaking taters been tasting amazing to me lately for some reason..been craving carbs in general)
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    lol..

    you guys know i love mustard.
    just taking a break from it here cuz i wanted to eat meat plain along with bites of potato on that particular feeding.
    (freaking taters been tasting amazing to me lately for some reason..been craving carbs in general)

    I haven't eaten potatoes in quite a while, I am a bit paleo with my eating but wil add starches when dairy has to make an exit....
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    Andro had me craving carbs like a mad man.
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    One thing that seems to be common with advanced bodybuilders is that they can cook meals that look delicious!
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    Quote Originally Posted by g0hardorgohom View Post
    One thing that seems to be common with advanced bodybuilders is that they can cook meals that look delicious!
    Snags is a food scientist
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    Yeah.. My chicken buy suddenly seems very boring
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    ahh you guys..you flatter me.

    Quote Originally Posted by g0hardorgohom View Post
    Yeah.. My chicken buy suddenly seems very boring
    i don't eat chicken much, but when i do it's usually on the foreman grill, and you can sprinkle lemon juice and some herbs & spices (maybe a pinch of garlic) over it to add excitement.
    now it if was warmer, i'd be outside grilling it on my deck.. best chicken ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    ahh you guys..you flatter me.


    i don't eat chicken much, but when i do it's usually on the foreman grill, and you can sprinkle lemon juice and some herbs & spices (maybe a pinch of garlic) over it to add excitement.
    now it if was warmer, i'd be outside grilling it on my deck.. best chicken ever.
    We are still bbqing in the sub zero weather but will stop when it hits -20 celcius likely. Didn't last year bbqed all winter but the gas usage ... mama mia ...
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    I'm pretty boring with my chicken. Some chopped onions and mustard does it for me.

    Although, since I'm a pretty big salad person, when I have chicken on my salad then it's really good. My salads are top notch I've been told. Arugula/spinach mix, broc, baby carrots, red peppers, avocado, almonds, some garlic pepper, and choice meat - it always comes out great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Hah...Kitchen Chemist
    Culinologist = One who specializes in the art, science and philosophy of the culinary arts; that which deals with anything consumed, usually for pleasure via taste, texture and aroma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottyDoc View Post
    Iron Chef Snags...



    dude is very enthusiastic, isn't he?
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    while you guys were talking about cooking, i was mowing the lawn..
    wanted to see what kinda progress lies down below there...

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    Ah, I was wondering why you were wearing pullover in those earlier photos, but apparently it wasn't pullover!
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    Quote Originally Posted by g0hardorgohom View Post
    Ah, I was wondering why you were wearing pullover in those earlier photos, but apparently it wasn't pullover!
    ohhhhh..wiseguy.
    i hate body hair, just hate it.



    on another note:
    my chest is swole today guys..ginormous.
    i feel large and in charge.
    that is all.
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    I'm in. I'm going to be watching closely hoping to learn good things for my next run
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rush954 View Post
    I'm in. I'm going to be watching closely hoping to learn good things for my next run.
    welcome Rush!


    another week rolling..awoke this morning looking, well, pretty good.
    couple dietary maneuvers to tighten things down last couple days has resulted nicely, look harder than i should, development coming along fine.
    for my diet intake, i will run in a lean gain caloric mode for a certain time, then ebb things back down to maintenance or just below for a shorter timeframe, before i flow back into excess. i notice this does the best job of keeping my bf stabilized and at a level where i am comfortable with.

    still feeling very alpha, product is doing its thing..strength and training are great, dietary #s have been nailed, we are off to a very nice 2-week start.

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    Strength is a big part of this product, you may get to a point where the weight feels really light...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Strength is a big part of this product, you may get to a point where the weight feels really light...
    whatchya mean bro?
    they already feel light.
    this 1-2 punch of Alpha-1 + Achilles is a feel-good recipe fersher.
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    Doing really well in here and you are looking large and in charge. Don't worry I used your share of mustard for you. I too am a mustardoholic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    whatchya mean bro?
    they already feel light.
    this 1-2 punch of Alpha-1 + Achilles is a feel-good recipe fersher.

    Ok that was quck It's a really strange feeling I remember way back when I ran the original product I made really significant strength increases and how weight I could hardly move at all seemed so freaking light. I saw some of the testers experiencing the same thing. I have never had that feeling again but if the conversion is really good on 1-alpha ... so I am pretty fuggin excited.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Doing really well in here and you are looking large and in charge. Don't worry I used your share of mustard for you. I too am a mustardoholic.
    Yah I started using more after seeing Steve use it but I stil won't put it on steak. Reminds me I used black beans with a bit of maple sypup and some apllewood spice and threw in 20 oz of cubed sirloin .. fuggin A!!! Thought you guys might want to try ... you can use very mininal amounts of maple syrup as it really adds a lot in small amounts. I know you like back beans....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Doing really well in here and you are looking large and in charge. Don't worry I used your share of mustard for you. I too am a mustardoholic.
    i knew there was some reason i liked you..
    thanks Chris.


    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    if the conversion is really good on 1-alpha ... so I am pretty fuggin excited.
    that's right, i keep forgetting you haven't used this yet.
    as i have never used Ff 1-andro, i cannot make the comparison, but man oh man i'm lovin this stuff!

    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Yah I started using more after seeing Steve use it but I stil won't put it on steak. Reminds me I used black beans with a bit of maple sypup and some apllewood spice and threw in 20 oz of cubed sirloin .. fuggin A!!! Thought you guys might want to try ... you can use very mininal amounts of maple syrup as it really adds a lot in small amounts. I know you like back beans....
    mustard on steak bro??
    umm no, cardinal sin man.
    the syrup w/ black beans sounds pretty good - but i like black beans on their own, no need to dress 'em up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    i knew there was some reason i liked you..
    thanks Chris.


    that's right, i keep forgetting you haven't used this yet.
    as i have never used Ff 1-andro, i cannot make the comparison, but man oh man i'm lovin this stuff!

    mustard on steak bro??
    umm no, cardinal sin man.
    the syrup w/ black beans sounds pretty good - but i like black beans on their own, no need to dress 'em up!
    I was finding them a little bland...

    Yah I never got to using 1-andro ether I am referring back to the old days of transdermal 1-test
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