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  1. Legs

    Leg Extensions
    Set 1 : 210.0x10
    Set 2 : 210.0x10
    Set 3 : 210.0x9
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    Barbell Squat
    Set 1 : 220.0x15
    Set 2 : 280.0x10
    Set 3 : 320.0x9
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    Leg Press
    Set 1 : 405.0x11
    Set 2 : 405.0x11
    Set 3 : 405.0x11
    Set 4 : 450.0x10
    Set 5 : 450.0x8
    Set 6 : 450.0x8
    Set 7 : 450.0x8
    |
    Lying Leg Curls
    Set 1 : 180.0x12
    Set 2 : 200.0x12
    Set 3 : 240.0x10
    |
    Dumbbell Stiff Leg Deadlift
    Set 1 : 95.0'sx12
    Set 2 : 110.0'sx10
    Set 3 : 130.0'sx8
    |
    Seated Leg Curl
    Set 1 : 100.0x12
    Set 2 : 100.0x12
    Set 3 : 100.0x11
    Set 4 : 100.0x10
    Set 5 : 100.0x9
    Set 6 : 100.0x9
    Set 7 : 100.0x8

    Donkey calf press Four sets of twenty at 490
    Standing calf press for sets of 15 at 400

    Cable crunches four sets of 15 at 150
    Hanging leg raises four sets of 20
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  2. Alright guys. Weight gain seems to have stalled. Might be time to make a training change. Let's hear some suggestions. New programs or changes to current FST7 program. Madcow might be the leading candidate right now.
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  3. novel idea: eat more


  4. Mountain dog training?
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    novel idea: eat more

    5k calories a day with maybe two shakes a day. Can't hardly eat any more! Lol.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post

    5k calories a day with maybe two shakes a day. Can't hardly eat any more! Lol.
    If you want the bulk shake recipe here it is from what I can remember. Drink this post workout, eat a little later. 2-3 cups whole milk, 1 serving monster mass, 1/2 cup plain yogurt, 1/2 cup cottage cheese, 2 tbsp olive oil or other, 4 tbsp peanut butter add more milk if you need. I think that's it. I put on a lot of mass eating like that back in the day.

    Wake up and eat big. Eat big before bed too. Full meal at 10-11.

    What were you training? I'd hit some 5-3-1 I forget if you have. My deadlift is exploding on it.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post

    5k calories a day with maybe two shakes a day. Can't hardly eat any more! Lol.
    Add ice cream to all your shakes. My favorite part of bulking
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by mattys4 View Post

    Add ice cream to all your shakes. My favorite part of bulking
    I like this advice
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  9. Legs are wrecked this morning. I decided to keep plugging along with my current program for now. High volume has always yielded the best results for me so I'm gonna stick with it for a while longer. Going to change a couple things though. Rep ranges will be between 8-10 on all lifts including FST sets. Thinkk I might be cheating myself with the high reps on fst. Also might change some of the fst exercises. Gonna disect the program a little more later today.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by mattys4 View Post
    Add ice cream to all your shakes. My favorite part of bulking
    Ice cream is my weakness... love it.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post

    Ice cream is my weakness... love it.
    Love me some ice cream shakes lol. Cheaper then spending money in them crappy "mass gainer" products and tastier too lol
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  12. Well things changed again Kleen has opend my eyes to DC training so I'm gonna be starting that today. Weeeeeee!
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Well things changed again Kleen has opend my eyes to DC training so I'm gonna be starting that today. Weeeeeee!
    what a bunch of dog crap....

  14. Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post

    what a bunch of dog crap....
    Hope it doesn't live up to the name
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post

    Hope it doesn't live up to the name
    sounds kinda messy.....what's the game plan?

    Grew up with the nautilus high intensity story, dog crap is partly based on those principels , am I right....not sure
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  16. Gonna take a look when I get home and see what the split will be. Sad to see my high volume pumphouse sessions go though
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Gonna take a look when I get home and see what the split will be. Sad to see my high volume pumphouse sessions go though
    2 very different training styles.

    Just have to try it I guess...it's all about intensity.

    David Henry trains that way....just watching it on you tube
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by mattys4 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Well things changed again Kleen has opend my eyes to DC training so I'm gonna be starting that today. Weeeeeee!
    Yeah Edge, these are very different approaches. The reason I recommended the change is to stimulate muscle fiber growth, as opposed to sarcoplasmic growth. Once you start topping out on the sarcoplasmic growth, IE volume of fluid and mitochondria inside the muscle the next step is to move to a higher intensity / resistance workout. The heavier weights will increase the diameter of the actual muscle fiber you do this for a while and the muscle becomes thicker and more dense again. Then you go back to higher volume and fill up that thicker fiber with sarcoplasmic fluid and mitochondria via the volume type workouts this way you are maximizing both types of hypertrophy.
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post

    I vouch for MattyS4 and www.bossbody.net all the way. He is working with me through my prep and I am very pleased.

    Yeah Edge, these are very different approaches. The reason I recommended the change is to stimulate muscle fiber growth, as opposed to sarcoplasmic growth. Once you start topping out on the sarcoplasmic growth, IE volume of fluid and mitochondria inside the muscle the next step is to move to a higher intensity / resistance workout. The heavier weights will increase the diameter of the actual muscle fiber you do this for a while and the muscle becomes thicker and more dense again. Then you go back to higher volume and fill up that thicker fiber with sarcoplasmic fluid and mitochondria via the volume type workouts this way you are maximizing both types of hypertrophy.
    I train somewhere in the middle....high intensity principles, with moderate volume.

    Maybe time for a change.....and go for the extremes.
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by edje007 View Post
    I train somewhere in the middle....high intensity principles, with moderate volume.

    Maybe time for a change.....and go for the extremes.
    That is typically where I train also but sliding to one extreme or another for a couple months always yields some gains for me.
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  21. Its hard for me to think of having MORE intensiiity in the gym...even with my high volume work. Gonna give it a go though.
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  22. The gym brings out the beast in me... amongst other things....

  23. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Its hard for me to think of having MORE intensiiity in the gym...even with my high volume work. Gonna give it a go though.
    Just watch Dorian, in blood and guts.....

    Come on diesel....squeeze....
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  24. I'm pushing to muscular failure every set despite volume and lifting some heavy ass weights. Might try some subtle changes before I toatly jump ship. I change my mind a lot.
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    I'm pushing to muscular failure every set despite volume and lifting some heavy ass weights. Might try some subtle changes before I toatly jump ship. I change my mind a lot.
    Must be the estrogen


    My wife also changes her mind a lot .

    Just kidding ....beast
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  26. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    I'm pushing to muscular failure every set despite volume and lifting some heavy ass weights. Might try some subtle changes before I toatly jump ship. I change my mind a lot.
    I'd jump ship. You look like you're shrinking.

  27. Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post

    I'd jump ship. You look like you're shrinking.
    .........
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  28. Ok. Less exercises, more weight and fewer reps.

    Back
    Weighted Pullups 4sets 8-10 reps
    Reverse Grip BB Row 4sets 5-8 reps
    HS Mid Row 4 sets 5-8 reps
    Rack Pulls 4 sets 5-8 reps
    Dumbell Pullovers 7sets 8-12 reps
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  29. Oooook. That was different First day going heavy so the weights took a bit to figure out. I got it close though so overall it was a pretty good session. Yates Rows were off the charts....never knew I could pull this much. Form was a bit out of wack and I was booty poppin a bit so next session Ill back the weights down and get the form tighter. Max Pump, BCAA+SAA and Crea-Trona pre workout.

    Pull Ups
    Set 1 : BWx12
    Set 2 : BW+20.0x10
    Set 3 : BW+20.0x10
    Set 4 : BW+20.0x9

    Reverse Grip Yates Row
    Set 1 : 315.0x10
    Set 2 : 365.0x7
    Set 3 : 365.0x7
    Set 4 : 385.0x6

    Hammer Strength Mid Row (Weight Per Side)
    Set 1 : 225.0x9
    Set 2 : 250.0x8
    Set 3 : 250.0x7
    Set 4 : 250.0x7

    Rack Pulls
    Set 1 : 405.0x8
    Set 2 : 495.0x7
    Set 3 : 520.0x6

    Dumbell Pullover
    Set 1 : 60.0x12
    Set 2 : 60.0x10
    Set 3 : 60.0x11
    Set 4 : 60.0x10
    Set 5 : 60.0x10
    Set 6 : 60.0x9
    Set 7 : 60.0x8
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  30. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Oooook. That was different First day going heavy so the weights took a bit to figure out. I got it close though so overall it was a pretty good session. Yates Rows were off the charts....never knew I could pull this much. Form was a bit out of wack and I was booty poppin a bit so next session Ill back the weights down and get the form tighter. Max Pump, BCAA+SAA and Crea-Trona pre workout.

    Pull Ups
    Set 1 : BWx12
    Set 2 : BW+20.0x10
    Set 3 : BW+20.0x10
    Set 4 : BW+20.0x9

    Reverse Grip Yates Row
    Set 1 : 315.0x10
    Set 2 : 365.0x7
    Set 3 : 365.0x7
    Set 4 : 385.0x6

    Hammer Strength Mid Row (Weight Per Side)
    Set 1 : 225.0x9
    Set 2 : 250.0x8
    Set 3 : 250.0x7
    Set 4 : 250.0x7

    Rack Pulls
    Set 1 : 405.0x8
    Set 2 : 495.0x7
    Set 3 : 520.0x6

    Dumbell Pullover
    Set 1 : 60.0x12
    Set 2 : 60.0x10
    Set 3 : 60.0x11
    Set 4 : 60.0x10
    Set 5 : 60.0x10
    Set 6 : 60.0x9
    Set 7 : 60.0x8
    Footage of the booty poppin'? Strictly for analysis purposes.
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