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    Batman Vs. Superman or Animal Pump vs. Shock Therapy...


    For 2 weeks, I will be wrestling with the thoughts of which is better Shock Therapy or Animal Pump...
    Animal Pump:
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    A Pre-Workout Creatine Matrix - Built on the proven foundation of creatine, Animal Pump is no passing fancy. It's a no bull, high octane performance supplement designed to help your customers blast through plateaus and preconceived limitations. In addition to a full daily dose of creatine in the form of an advanced matrix (including patented MCC, CEE and TCM), you also get (1) a fusion of a swelling NO Blast Complex; (2) a shocking Energy Rush Complex; (3) an immune-support antioxidant blend; and (4) potent cell volumizers, all wrapped up in a special nutrient transport complex. From top to bottom, Animal Pump is complete and comprehensive.

    Shock Therapy:
    If you are looking for a pre-workout shake that will help power you up for the gym and make you feel like hitting the plates, wait no longer. The nitric oxide (NO) activators, creatine and stimulants in this formula will energize you while helping to make you look more vascular and gain size. Shock Therapy can actually motivate you to get into the gym and hit the weights! Unlike many of the other pre-workout NO products on the market, we include an antioxidant complex that is essential when taking nitric oxide stimulating ingredients, due to their oxidative nature on human cells. Now you can have the "perpetual pump," the intense workout you crave, and keep your body safe from the free radicals that are produced as a side effect of the nitric oxide activation process. Why should you choose Universal Nutritio's Shock Therapy?

    It Works:
    If you want to get energized and motivated in the gym, Shock Therapy is for you. This formula will make for some very intense workouts that will help you put up more weight and will ultimately result in mass gains. Your body will feel pumped all day from the blood rushing to your muscle tissue delivering needed nutrients for real growth. We don't use any sugar so there is no worry about fat gains. We use the best ingredients, from creatine all the way to our antioxidant blend. You won't find another product like Shock Therapy; it is truly unique amongst pre-workout energizers and cell volumizers.

    It Has a Healthier Formula:
    Since Shock Therapy helps your body produce more nitric oxide, you need an anti-oxidant complex to scavenge the harmful free radicals that are released as a result of the nitric oxide process. Our competitors aren't keeping your health in mind; we are.

    It Has A Better Formula:
    Shock Therapy uses R-ALA to help shuttle the creatine and nitric oxide stimulating components into circulation, whereas the competition either does not use any form of alpha lipoic acid or uses the standard ALA, which has been shown to be less effective than R-ALA. Many individuals do not like to ingest aspartame and prefer sweeteners such as sucralose. Shock Therapy does not use any aspartame, while some of the other popular products do.

    So... Just like Batman vs. Superman... The debate begins...

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    Is Pump the Batman or Superman?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yohead View Post
    Is Pump the Batman or Superman?
    Yea inquiring minds want to know

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    i would say Pump is Batman its in a pak that could be kept in the utility belt.....
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    Being Marvel guy, I was kinda hoping for Hulk vs. Thor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Universal Rep View Post
    Being Marvel guy, I was kinda hoping for Hulk vs. Thor.
    Nope... There was the issue where Hulk and Thor went at it... And Hulk actually broke his fingers tyin' to lift Goldy Locks' hammer... So that's a no contest... *L*

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    Quote Originally Posted by yohead View Post
    Is Pump the Batman or Superman?
    That's what we're going to find out, as well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDead View Post
    Nope... There was the issue where Hulk and Thor went at it... And Hulk actually broke his fingers tyin' to lift Goldy Locks' hammer... So that's a no contest... *L*
    As I understand it, he actually picked it up and even used it for a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Universal Rep View Post
    As I understand it, he actually picked it up and even used it for a bit.
    A brief bit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDead View Post
    A brief bit...
    Brief is still a bit. A bit is brief too. And that's money you can take to the bank. Cha-ching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Universal Rep View Post
    Brief is still a bit. A bit is brief too. And that's money you can take to the bank. Cha-ching.
    *LOL* True...

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    Time For The Work...


    Back and Bi's...
    Close Grip Pull-downs:
    1 set of 20 at 105
    1 set of 15 at 120
    1 set of 10 at 135
    1 set of 8 at 165
    Wide Grip Front Pull-downs:
    1 set of 20 at 90
    1 set of 15 at 105
    1 set of 10 at 120
    1 set of 6 at 150
    Low Cable Rows:
    2 sets of 15 at 120
    2 sets of 8 at 160
    Hammer Strength Rows:
    2 sets of 10 at 55 per side
    1 set of 10 at 65 per side
    1 set of 6 at 80 per side
    Bent Over Barbell Rows:
    1 set of 10 at 70
    1 set of 10 at 80
    1 set of 10 at 90
    1 set of 8 at 110

    Bi's:
    High Cable Curls:
    2 sets of 10 at 50 per side
    1 set of 10 at 60 per side
    1 set of 8 at 80 per side
    Rope Hammer Curls:
    1 set of 20 at 70
    1 set of 15 at 80
    1 set of 10 at 90
    1 set of 10 at 120
    1 set of 8 at 140 (PR!!!)
    Preacher curls:
    2 sets of 10 at 50
    2 sets of 8 at 70
    Incline DB curls:
    4 sets of 10 at 35 per side
    BB Curls: (21's...)
    3 sets of 21's at 40
    1 set of 21's at 50
    Definitely felt the pump on that session!!! I was shocked as heck on the PR, since I didn't notice that I had the pin on the wrong weight... Gotta love surprises like that...

    I've used Pump quite a bit, in the past, but I always love the pump and energy I get from it... That, and I don't get the creatine bloat from it... But, last night's pump was incredible... My vascularity was even heightened... Arms and shoulders looked like a road map...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDead View Post
    Back and Bi's...
    Close Grip Pull-downs:
    1 set of 20 at 105
    1 set of 15 at 120
    1 set of 10 at 135
    1 set of 8 at 165
    Wide Grip Front Pull-downs:
    1 set of 20 at 90
    1 set of 15 at 105
    1 set of 10 at 120
    1 set of 6 at 150
    Low Cable Rows:
    2 sets of 15 at 120
    2 sets of 8 at 160
    Hammer Strength Rows:
    2 sets of 10 at 55 per side
    1 set of 10 at 65 per side
    1 set of 6 at 80 per side
    Bent Over Barbell Rows:
    1 set of 10 at 70
    1 set of 10 at 80
    1 set of 10 at 90
    1 set of 8 at 110

    Bi's:
    High Cable Curls:
    2 sets of 10 at 50 per side
    1 set of 10 at 60 per side
    1 set of 8 at 80 per side
    Rope Hammer Curls:
    1 set of 20 at 70
    1 set of 15 at 80
    1 set of 10 at 90
    1 set of 10 at 120
    1 set of 8 at 140 (PR!!!)
    Preacher curls:
    2 sets of 10 at 50
    2 sets of 8 at 70
    Incline DB curls:
    4 sets of 10 at 35 per side
    BB Curls: (21's...)
    3 sets of 21's at 40
    1 set of 21's at 50
    Definitely felt the pump on that session!!! I was shocked as heck on the PR, since I didn't notice that I had the pin on the wrong weight... Gotta love surprises like that...

    I've used Pump quite a bit, in the past, but I always love the pump and energy I get from it... That, and I don't get the creatine bloat from it... But, last night's pump was incredible... My vascularity was even heightened... Arms and shoulders looked like a road map...
    No "creatine bloat"--good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Universal Rep View Post
    No "creatine bloat"--good.
    Yea lookin for the Pump not the bloat

    Never get bloats on either product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoomgar View Post
    Yea lookin for the Pump not the bloat

    Never get bloats on either product.
    I've only tried Shock once, and that was over a year ago... So I'm hopin' to not get the bloat with that, either...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDead View Post
    I've only tried Shock once, and that was over a year ago... So I'm hopin' to not get the bloat with that, either...
    Whatever floats your bloat.

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    Rest...


    Yesterday was an active rest day... Aside from the usual 2 sessions of Puppy Power Walking, I wound up re-arranging the wood pile, and splitting a few more logs... Winter is getting closer and closer, and I want to be ready... Plus I kind of like being outdoors, swinging an axe... *L*
    Tonight, though, is legs!!! I KNOW I'm going to get a heck of a pump!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDead View Post
    Yesterday was an active rest day... Aside from the usual 2 sessions of Puppy Power Walking, I wound up re-arranging the wood pile, and splitting a few more logs... Winter is getting closer and closer, and I want to be ready... Plus I kind of like being outdoors, swinging an axe... *L*
    Tonight, though, is legs!!! I KNOW I'm going to get a heck of a pump!!!

    *BLAP* *POW* *BANG* *BOOM* too bad we couldnt get the old 60's Batman theme song going when you open the thread. Good luck bro. Kill those legs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrchristian View Post
    *BLAP* *POW* *BANG* *BOOM* too bad we couldnt get the old 60's Batman theme song going when you open the thread. Good luck bro. Kill those legs!
    That would be awesome!!! And, as far as killing those legs, that won't be a problem... Leg day is my favorite!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDead View Post
    That would be awesome!!! And, as far as killing those legs, that won't be a problem... Leg day is my favorite!!!
    Wobbling with honor at work tomorrow! That's what it's all about.

    Hg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoomgar View Post
    Wobbling with honor at work tomorrow! That's what it's all about.

    Hg
    Luckily, tomorrow is a millitary training holiday, so I won't ahve very many patients tomorrow...

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    Pump Day 2...


    Legs:
    Leg extensions: (Warm-up)
    4 sets of 20 at 105
    Squats:
    1 set of 20 at 120
    1 set of 15 at 160
    1 set of 10 at 200
    1 set of 10 at 240
    Leg press:
    1 set of 30 at 180
    1 set of 20 at 270
    1 set of 15 at 360
    1 set of 10 at 450
    1 set of 10 at 630
    Leg extensions:
    1 set of 20 at 105
    1 set of 15 at 120
    1 set of 10 at 135
    1 set of 8 at 180

    Lying leg curls:
    1 set of 20 at 50
    1 set of 15 at 60
    1 set of 10 at 70
    1 set of 10 at 90
    4 drop sets at 10 each (Gotta do A-Rep's drop sets...)
    Abductor and adductor machines:
    3 sets of 50 at 80 (Each machine)
    Standing calf raise:
    1 set of 30 at 195
    1 set of 15 at 255
    1 set of 10 at 310
    1 set of 10 at 370
    1 set of 100 at 175
    Seated calf:
    5 sets of 15 at 180
    Abs:
    3 sets of 15 at 100 on the "Ab Machine"
    And, the obligatory Puppy Power Walks...

    Had one HELL of a pump!!! Actually had some vascularity going on in my legs, which I only see at contest time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDead View Post
    Had one HELL of a pump!!! Actually had some vascularity going on in my legs, which I only see at contest time...

    Animal Pump FTW! :bb3:

    Hg

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    Getting Caught Up...


    I'll be posting the events of the past 4 days here, in a bit... It's a riveting tale of being shot at, birthday parties, home repair, more lumberjack work, and weights...

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    If what I'm reading is true, and Batman is Animal Pump

    Superman being shock therapy would be one of the dark times of DC comics.... 'electric blue superman' ugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post
    If what I'm reading is true, and Batman is Animal Pump

    Superman being shock therapy would be one of the dark times of DC comics.... 'electric blue superman' ugh.

    Definitely not one of thier finest moments...

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    Pump (Day 3...)


    Arms and Delts...
    Bi's:
    High cable curls:
    2 sets of 15 at 50 lbs per side
    1 set of 10 at 60 lbs per side
    1 set of 8 at 70 lbs per side
    Rope Hammer Curls:
    1 set of 20 at 60
    1 set of 15 at 70
    1 set of 10 at 80
    1 set of 10 at 110
    Preacher curls:
    4 sets of 15 at 70
    Incline DB Curls:
    5 sets of 10 at 30 per DB
    BB Curls: (21's)
    3 sets at 50
    Tri's:
    "V" Bar pressdowns:
    1 set of 20 at 90
    1 set of 15 at 100
    1 set of 10 at 110
    1 set of 10 at 140
    Rope Pulldowns:
    2 sets of 15 at 70
    1 set of 10 at 80
    1 set of 10 at 100
    Single arm Pulldowns:
    4 sets of 10 at 50 per arm
    Delts:
    Machine Laterals:
    1 set of 20 at 50
    1 set of 15 at 60
    1 set of 10 at 70
    1 set of 10 at 90
    Hammer Strength Overhead Press
    4 sets of 10 at 90
    Seated High Cable Rows (With Flexsolate straps so I can twist at the contraction)
    2 sets of 15 at 80
    1 set of 10 at 100
    Reverse Cable Crossovers:
    4 sets of 10 at 50 per side
    Traps:
    Standing Calf Machine Shrugs:
    4 sets of 10 at 395
    Dayum!!! Veins were out in full force... Energy levels were right on... Pump was incredible...

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    Pump (Day 4)


    Chest, tri's, and abs:
    CHEST
    Decline DB Press:
    3 sets of 8 at 60 per side
    Decline Hammer Strength BP:
    1 set of 15 at 90
    1 set of 12 at 140
    1 set of 10 at 160
    1 set of 8 at 180
    1 set of 6 at 230
    1 set of 4 at 250
    Hammer Strength Incline BP:
    3 sets of 10 at 90
    Incline DB BP:
    3 sets of 8 at 45 per side
    Cable Crossover:
    1 set of 20 at 50 per side
    1 set of 15 at 60 "
    1 set of 10 at 70 "
    1 set of 10 at 90 "
    Flat DB BP:
    4 sets of 10 at 55
    Machine BP:
    5 sets of 10 at 150

    TRI'S:
    "V" Bar Press downs:
    1 set of 20 at 90
    1 set of 15 at 100
    1 set of 10 at 110
    1 set of 8 at 150
    Rope Pull downs:
    1 set of 20 at 80
    1 set of 15 at 90
    1 set of 10 at 100
    1 set of 10 at 120
    1 handed "D" Ring press downs:
    4 sets of 10 at 50 per side
    ABS:
    Machine Weighted Crunch:
    3 sets of 30 at 100
    Crunches:
    4 sets of 30
    Hanging leg raises:
    3 sets of 25
    The usual 2 sessions of Puppy Power Walking...
    Still getting great pumps and energy... Vascularity is definitely showing through, as well...

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    The past 2 days, have been rest days, due to a slight tweak to my back... But tonight, I will be hitting back and bi's...

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    Hope that back gets better bro. Rest will do ya good.


    Congrats again btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yohead View Post
    Hope that back gets better bro. Rest will do ya good.


    Congrats again btw.
    Thanks, on all accounts, bro!!! Back is good, and hit it last night... New rep and weight scheme...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDead View Post
    Thanks, on all accounts, bro!!! Back is good, and hit it last night... New rep and weight scheme...
    = new growth! Keep slammin away bro!

    Hg

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    Last Day of Pump...


    Back and Bi's...
    Close Grip Pull-downs:
    1 set of 20 at 105
    5 sets of 5 at 165
    Wide Grip Front Pull-downs:
    1 set of 20 at 90
    5 sets of 5 at 150
    Low Cable Rows:
    1 sets of 15 at 120
    5 sets of 5 at 180
    Hammer Strength Rows:
    1 sets of 15 at 55 per side
    5 sets of 5 at 80 per side
    Bent Over Barbell Rows:
    1 set of 15 at 70
    5 sets of 5 at 110

    Bi's:
    High Cable Curls:
    1 sets of 15 at 50 per side
    5 sets of 5 at 80 per side
    Rope Hammer Curls:
    1 set of 20 at 70
    5 sets of 5 at 140
    Preacher curls:
    1 sets of 15 at 50
    5 sets of 5 at 70
    Incline DB curls:
    1 set of 15 at 25 per side
    5 sets of 5 at 40 per side
    BB Curls: (21's...)
    3 sets of 21's at 40
    1 set of 21's at 50
    Sore, today, but had a HELL of a pump last night!!!
    Starting Shock Therapy off with a bang, tonight, with legs...

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    Solid solid solid. Keep putting in that work MD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDead View Post
    Starting Shock Therapy off with a bang, tonight, with legs...

    Looking forward to seeing how you do bro!

    Hg

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    Shock Therapy Day 1...


    Legs:
    Leg extensions: (Warm-up)
    4 sets of 20 at 105
    Squats:
    1 set of 20 at 120
    1 set of 15 at 160
    1 set of 10 at 200
    1 set of 10 at 240
    1 set of 5 at 300
    Leg press:
    1 set of 30 at 180
    1 set of 20 at 270
    1 set of 15 at 360
    1 set of 10 at 450
    1 set of 10 at 630
    Leg extensions:
    1 set of 20 at 105
    1 set of 15 at 120
    1 set of 10 at 135
    1 set of 8 at 180
    2 sets of 5 at 210
    1 set of 100 at 75
    Lying leg curls:
    1 set of 20 at 50
    1 set of 15 at 60
    1 set of 10 at 70
    1 set of 10 at 90
    4 drop sets at 10 each (Gotta do A-Rep's drop sets...)
    Abductor and adductor machines:
    3 sets of 50 at 80 (Each machine)
    Standing calf raise:
    1 set of 30 at 195
    1 set of 15 at 255
    1 set of 10 at 310
    1 set of 10 at 370
    1 set of 100 at 175
    Seated calf:
    5 sets of 15 at 180
    Abs:
    3 sets of 15 at 100 on the "Ab Machine"
    And, the obligatory Puppy Power Walks...
    Felt good... The 210 on Leg extensions felt good, as did the 300 on squats... Nice to be moving heavier, again...

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    Shock Therapy Day 2...


    Day 26 (Saturday) Was a rest day... Day 27 (Sunday) What chest and tri's... Tried a new weight and rep scheme, and am SORE AS HELL!!!
    Chest, tri's, and abs:
    CHEST
    Dips:
    4 sets of 10 at bodyweight
    Flat DP BP
    1 set of 10 at 45 per side
    5 sets of 5 at 65 per side
    Machine BP:
    1 set of 20 at 105
    5 sets of 5 at 180
    Hammer Strength Incline BP:
    1 set of 10 at 90
    5 sets of 5 at 140
    Incline DB BP:
    3 sets of 8 at 45 per side
    Cable Crossover:
    1 set of 20 at 50 per side
    1 set of 15 at 60 "
    1 set of 10 at 70 "
    1 set of 10 at 90 "

    TRI'S:
    "V" Bar Press downs:
    1 set of 20 at 90
    5 sets of 5 at 160
    Rope Pull downs:
    1 set of 20 at 80
    5 set of 5 at 120
    1 handed "D" Ring press downs:
    4 sets of 10 at 50 per side
    ABS:
    Machine Weighted Crunch:
    3 sets of 30 at 100
    Crunches:
    4 sets of 30
    Hanging leg raises:
    3 sets of 25
    The usual 2 sessions of Puppy Power Walking...
    Definitely loving the energy and pumps!!!

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    Shock Therapy Day 3...


    Back and Bi's...
    Close Grip Pull-downs:
    1 set of 20 at 105
    5 sets of 5 at 165
    Wide Grip Front Pull-downs:
    1 set of 20 at 90
    5 sets of 5 at 150
    Low Cable Rows:
    1 sets of 15 at 120
    5 sets of 5 at 180
    Hammer Strength Rows:
    1 sets of 15 at 55 per side
    5 sets of 5 at 80 per side
    Bent Over Barbell Rows:
    1 set of 15 at 70
    5 sets of 5 at 110

    Bi's:
    High Cable Curls:
    1 sets of 15 at 50 per side
    5 sets of 5 at 80 per side
    Rope Hammer Curls:
    1 set of 20 at 70
    5 sets of 5 at 140
    Preacher curls:
    1 sets of 15 at 50
    5 sets of 5 at 70
    Incline DB curls:
    1 set of 15 at 25 per side
    5 sets of 5 at 40 per side
    BB Curls: (21's...)
    3 sets of 21's at 40
    1 set of 21's at 50
    Definitely digging the highr weight!!!

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    Commented in your other entry locations bro. Smashing session as always d-man.

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    Shock Therapy Day 4...


    Legs:
    Leg extensions: (Warm-up)
    4 sets of 20 at 105
    Squats:
    1 set of 20 at 120
    1 set of 15 at 160
    1 set of 10 at 200
    1 set of 5 at 300
    1 set of 100 at 80
    Leg press:
    1 set of 30 at 180
    1 set of 20 at 270
    1 set of 15 at 360
    1 set of 10 at 450
    1 set of 10 at 630
    Leg extensions:
    1 set of 20 at 105
    1 set of 15 at 120
    1 set of 10 at 135
    1 set of 8 at 180
    2 sets of 5 at 210
    1 set of 100 at 75
    Lying leg curls:
    1 set of 20 at 50
    1 set of 15 at 60
    1 set of 10 at 70
    1 set of 10 at 90
    4 drop sets at 10 each
    Abductor and adductor machines:
    3 sets of 50 at 80 (Each machine)
    Standing calf raise:
    1 set of 30 at 195
    1 set of 15 at 255
    1 set of 10 at 310
    1 set of 10 at 370
    1 set of 100 at 175
    Seated calf:
    5 sets of 15 at 180
    Abs:
    3 sets of 15 at 100 on the "Ab Machine"
    And, the obligatory Puppy Power Walks...
    And, I was spent...

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