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  1. Shaddow, what do u have in mind at the moment for Pre W/O Stim's????

    And

    Do you always go water w/ your Optimum Nutrician (ON) Whey???

    Im trying to use water, but I like how it taste with milk better.....but my buddy told me to try it with Soy Milk..gives it a little more creamyness, and better for ya.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    Welcome aboard!

    Lesson One: Acetylcholinesterase are enzymes that metabolize neurons or action potentials in the cleft of the sarcolemma, this endocrinological process occurs in the alpha stages precipitating the excitation of the sliding filament theory, which is currently the most scientifically accepted theory of muscle contraction.

    I'm just kidding, I'm not a pretentious @$$hole, a friend of Shaddow's is a friend of mine here
    ummmmmmm.... LOL! you scared me for a second.

    Thanks for the welcoming guys!
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by LiveWire224 View Post
    Welcome Buddy....Friend of Shaddow, Friend of mine..

    And cheers..Oh, Volcom, can you pick up this round??
    Imma little lite on funds, hit up the boobie barn last night, Thax Bud, I'll get ya Back..


    Welcome 98c2s!!

    Love this stack too!!!
    No passing out in my log this time!

    LOL.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by shaddow View Post
    No passing out in my log this time!

    LOL.
    No taking advantage of the passed out swole dude in the corner
    NSCA - CSCS

  5. Quote Originally Posted by LiveWire224 View Post
    Shaddow, what do u have in mind at the moment for Pre W/O Stim's????
    I have RPM on hand that I take occasionally. Sometimes I just do straight caffeine. Today will probably be a caffeine day. I've been chugging down those Spike energy drinks before workouts occasionally. 300mgs of caffeine in each can. Wooo, doggy!

    And

    Do you always go water w/ your Optimum Nutrician (ON) Whey???

    Im trying to use water, but I like how it taste with milk better.....but my buddy told me to try it with Soy Milk..gives it a little more creamyness, and better for ya.
    I just use water, bro. Whether it's an actual shake or oatmeal, I've been doing water for years, and don't see any reason to change it. I actually don't drink milk at all. I don't think I'm 100% lactose intolerant (my mother is), but it really weighs me down and I feel sluggish when I drink milk.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    No taking advantage of the passed out swole dude in the corner
    And no more ass-grabbing. Unless you're a hot chick. Then it's welcome. Actually, it's encouraged.

  7. Yeah ive been crushing ABB's Speed Stacks while im working out...Wooooo Hooo!!

  8. All we have time for in here is this Meaty Stack!!!!

    Yea Haa!! Lattimer is pumped for this stack!!

    I might even put my test/decca spin on hold and do me one of these bad boy stacks right here...this looks sweet..

    Shaddow, have you gotten any positive feed back on the Prime??? Just curious.

  9. Dammit... looks interesting that stack.
    Best of luck!

  10. Quote Originally Posted by LiveWire224 View Post
    All we have time for in here is this Meaty Stack!!!!

    Yea Haa!! Lattimer is pumped for this stack!!

    I might even put my test/decca spin on hold and do me one of these bad boy stacks right here...this looks sweet..

    Shaddow, have you gotten any positive feed back on the Prime??? Just curious.
    Prime has stirred more controversy then Recreate, Junglewarfare, Archiodonic Acid and 3-AD combined!

    I'm a huge fan of Recreate, and I enjoy Anabolic Pump. I like USPlabs in general and one of the people I respect most intellectually & informatively at AM, Strategicmove, is now one of their reps, so all the best, I sincerely hope Prime delivers for you.

    I won't have my shot at Prime for awhile, so I'll be watching you
    NSCA - CSCS

  11. Great to see you up and on the move man!

    Show em that you cant keep a good man down

  12. If anybody can prove whether or not Prime works its Shaddow. ! Like the new routine man - and the Q & A very entertaining and detailed intro! And you know Im in mang!
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    Day 2: Monday, September 22 - Update #2

    Weight: 181.6 (+.8)

    Workout # 1 on stack - chest & biceps!!

    Today's workout was brought to you by the Autobots and Screwface.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZF3xzKAKzQ"]YouTube - Autobots vs. Screwface - Apocalypse[/ame]

    Dumbbells! Let's go!

    Incline bench press
    30 x 20
    70 x 12
    80 x 10
    85 x 8

    Once again, these weights just felt HEAVY. Especially that last set. My 8th rep was UGLY. But it went up. I was lifting 90's on my last set before my injury, and I only got up to 80's last week, so I'm progressing, but overall, strength is still down a bit.

    Flat bench press
    75 x 12
    85 x 10
    90 x 7

    UGLY 7th rep again on that last set. I'd like to make a little more progress next week, so I'll be looking to increase those numbers next Monday.

    Incline dumbbell flies
    45 x 12
    55 x 10
    65 x 8

    Decline cable flies
    50 x 12
    60 x 10
    70 x 7 Drop to:
    50 x 10

    Pec deck
    175 x 8
    190 x 7

    Long holds on these, and slow return to starting position. Just did these to get a little more burn in my pecs. Now onto biceps.

    Dumbbell curls
    20 x 20
    35 x 12
    40 x 10
    45 x 8
    50 x 6

    Dumbbell incline curls
    30 x 12
    35 x 10
    40 x 6

    Barbell curls - 30 second rest between sets!
    50 x 15
    60 x 12
    70 x 10
    80 x 8

    Hammy rehab:

    One-legged seated leg curls
    35 x 20
    35 x 20
    30 x 20
    30 x 20
    30 x 20

    That's it. I went heavier than I have been on these, and it really put a hurting on my hamstring. In a good way. I could barely walk after these, so I decided to call it quits. I'll try and get more hamstring work in on Wednesday.

    Overall I had an ok workout. Nothing out of this world. Not really feeling any effects from my stack so far, but this was only day 2. Tomorrow is an off day. I'll probably do some push ups in the evening if DOMS isn't too bad. I doubt it will be. Don't usually get much chest DOMS. Wednesday is back, triceps & hamstring work. I need to get to bed soon cuz I'm pretty beat.

    I'll report back in the morning on sleep quality, and anything else that might come up.
    Last edited by shaddow; 09-23-2008 at 10:43 PM.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by LiveWire224 View Post
    Shaddow, have you gotten any positive feed back on the Prime??? Just curious.
    I've read positive feedback, and I've also read people saying it's done nothing. Lots of controversy here. I won't know what's what as far as effects from which supplement, so I won't really be able to say anything with regard to effects. I'll just have more of a cumulative idea of what's going on overall with my stack.

  15. Thanks to the rest of you for the additional support and encouragement! Means a lot!
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    Day 3: Tuesday, September 23

    Weight: 181.6 (+.8)

    Off day today. Will do some hammy stretching and light walking, and probably push ups at home in the evening.

    Ok, I know it's still early... But I am feeling hungrier sooner between meals. When I was on bed rest a few weeks ago I went off my diet completely for a week and my appetite hadn't quite been the same since. When I started my diet back up I didn't feel like I could eat as much, and I have been stuffing myself to the point of immobility, but it's definitely been a struggle. I actually noticed yesterday before I went to the gym I was freaking STARVING before my RPM kicked in and I ate some oatmeal. Today I am definitely feeling increased hunger. I need some food! This is definitely a welcome effect.
    Last edited by shaddow; 09-23-2008 at 10:44 PM.

  17. Killer workout bud!
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  18. Good lifts man, question though. What is light walking? Addendum, what would be heavy walking?

    I love it when I start to get hungry every 2 hours instead of the regular 3 hours, tells me I'm growing.
    "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!!" - malleus25
    WHITE WHALE!

  19. Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post
    Good lifts man, question though. What is light walking? Addendum, what would be heavy walking?

    I love it when I start to get hungry every 2 hours instead of the regular 3 hours, tells me I'm growing.
    I'm going to guess light walking might be like a therapeutic exercise. Guarded walking to cater to his injured hammies.

    I could be way off and feel really stupid.
    NSCA - CSCS

  20. I woulda thought light walking meant running up a hill
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  21. LOL. Yeah, pretty much just walk around a bit more than usual. I wouldn't know what heavy walking is.

    Today was the first time I took the train to work since my injury (I usually ride the train but I've been driving in lately), so that's easily an extra mile of walking right there between navigating the stations and the 8 block walk to the office, including several stairs. Stairs are kinda funny. My leg doesn't hurt me anymore, but it feels kinda "jello-y" at times, and I especially notice this on stairs. I really should try to spend more time walking cuz it's a pretty basic function, and if I'm not 100% with something so simple, I definitely still have a ways to go with my rehabilitation.

  22. is it still bruised at all?
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by shaddow View Post
    Today was the first time I took the train to work since my injury (I usually ride the train but I've been driving in lately), so that's easily an extra mile of walking right there between navigating the stations and the 8 block walk to the office, including several stairs.
    Definately a good idea for rehab purposes, and a greener alternative to driving. Win/win!
    "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!!" - malleus25
    WHITE WHALE!

  24. Quote Originally Posted by metroba View Post
    is it still bruised at all?
    Yeah, but barely. I've still got a small spot on the inside of my thigh that hasn't completely faded away yet. Crazy cuz it's been over 3 weeks now. I guess it really was pretty nasty though. It didn't immediately bruise when it happened, which I thought was stange. And if you saw the pics I posted before, they were from a week afterwards.

  25. Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post
    Definately a good idea for rehab purposes, and a greener alternative to driving. Win/win!
    Yeah, definitely. It just sucks cuz the train commute is longer, and the train (the metro, as it's called here in DC) ****ing blows. There's always service delays and line shut downs. It's so frustrating. Parking in DC is ridiculously expensive though. I'll probably take the train tomorrow and Thursday too, but I've got the president of my company's parking pass Friday, so I'm def taking advantage of that.
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