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  1. Quote Originally Posted by JOHNJESSICA20 View Post
    My color logs are rubbing off on you huh? lol Great log so far buddy, those workouts look awesome might still a few ideas sence Im starting this bulk.
    Yeah, i guess they are. Though you use yours in a different way. I do it because I want people to see the progress, should there be any, without having to scan. For quick checking

    And as far as the workouts, i am just going by GVT guidelines. Look that up and see if it's for you. So far, I'm loving it. It's whole basis is perfection in form. I like that.


  2. Well, decided that instead of just hitting the gym to do some traps/jump rope, I'd just go ahead and hit my legs today. I got bwned on today's workout. Upped numbers. Made it through. But now I am DEAD. Had to struggle through my meal, but it's down and digesting nicely. I think I'll lay down and let it work through me while I watch a movie. I'm thinking of renting "Scrooged." The lil' lady has never seen it, and she loves Bill Murray. Don't we all? If you don't love Bill Murray, I don't wanna know you. You're likely an azzhole.

    Anywho, here's what I did today:

    LEGS
    (Supersetted)
    Leg press 10x10x330
    Deadlift 10x10x210


    Leg raises in a 5020 tempo 3x15

    Trap raises 5x20x140,120,100,80,60 drop setted
    *did not hit calves, as they are a bit sore from jump roping.

    I was murdered after this. The thing that did it was that this was usually my rest day. I decided, though, that since my legs were itching to get some beatdown put on them, why not do them today? Heck, now I got two whole days to recover, and even then, on Friday, it's just arm day. A breeze really, so I've got about FIVE days to recover.

    Now, onto the Flood. Using it, with my determination, made for another successful workout. I made it through the entire workout. Numbers were upped. I prophecy bigger numbers for next week as well, on most all lifts, with the exception of bicep curls. I am lagging a bit with progression on them. But we'll see. I don't really care about biceps anyway. Let them get hit with them pulldowns.
    Here is my score for the Flood:

    FOCUS: 10
    ENDURANCE: 10
    ENERGY: 8 (likely my fault. worked out on what is usually an off day)

    Whoo! I'm gonna go lay down now for a bit. Gonna hit up some decaf coffee out of my lil' thermocafe' thermos while I laze on the couch. Will mini-update tomorrow on the jump rope scene.

    P.S.- The bike is fixed. It was merely a dead battery. I removed it, put it up to a charger. Put it back in. It's a champ again. It's so weird, considering it was a new battery on a new bike. Oh well, I ain't gonna question it. Let's hope that the battery stays good.
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  3. Ive always done logs in color, diff fonts and styles. IT makes it less boring but can be alot more work, i suggest getting a resusable format so you can copy and paste and just edit the specifics for the day. GL bro.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Manimalia View Post
    If you don't love Bill Murray, I don't wanna know you. You're likely an azzhole.
    AHAHAHA! Heck Yeah! Now I gotta watch "What About Bob?" Or "Groundhog's day" or something. So many great lines in those...
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  5. Awesome log.

    Bill Murray, the man, the myth, the legend!

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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    AHAHAHA! Heck Yeah! Now I gotta watch "What About Bob?" Or "Groundhog's day" or something. So many great lines in those...
    Yes, there are. Here's one:

    YouTube - Ghostbusters (1984) "Cats and Dogs" speech in Mayors Office

  7. Quote Originally Posted by RenegadeRows View Post
    Awesome log.

    Bill Murray, the man, the myth, the legend!

    bloobloobloobloobloobloobloo.. .

    ...bobby digital.

  8. Jumped some rope yesterday. endurance and speed is way up on that. It'll keep going if i have my way!

    Did 1100 reps. Did them mostly in increments of 150, using the run in place rhythm. In between sets, I would simply walk at a brisk rate to keep my heart rate going. I like this as cardio. It's kind of like that "HIIT" stuff, but easier. But better.

  9. Today was a quick arm day. And this will be a quick update. Got some plans with the lady, and then I gotta hit some homework before hitting Halloween (gonna go to a party, but I don't drink really; I'm the sober guy. I don't NOT drink because of caring about fitness. I just don't like the way it makes me feel. And lucidity is so much weirder than altered states for me these days).

    Anywho, I hit arms again today. Here's what I done:

    ARMS
    (Supersetted)
    HammerBar preachers 10x10x60
    Close grip bench 10x10x120

    (Trisetted)
    Lateral raise triset 3x12x15,12,10 (OUCH. them always hurt)

    Back raises 3x12x15

    In. Out. Done. Good job. I came up strong on all lifts EXCEPT for them curls. I think I'm at my sticking point on em'. BUT, i don't really care. Like I said, let em' get hit with them pulldowns in the beginning of the week.

    The Flood came through for me strong today. Powered right through that benchpress. Killed the raises with no problems. The burn was suppressed and the fatigue was non-existent. The only reason I couldn't power through stronger curls is because they are, essentially, the way I'm doing them, concentration curls. And heck, I don't know about you, but I've never been able to use more than 30 lbs. with concentration curls, even when I was a mass monster, especially with 10x10. The pump is good. They're being worked. I'm a happy boy.

    Here's my rating on the Flood for today:

    FOCUS: 10
    ENDURANCE: 10
    ENERGY: 10

    Oh, say word, what's that, a 10?! Yeah, I said it, a 10. Good stuff. Looking forward to more progression in this log. Gonna go to the steakhouse for some chicken, potatoes, beans, and corn now, y'all. Have a good, safe night my AM friends!

  10. Good luck

    NSCA - CSCS

  11. You're going to a steak house for chicken? That's dietary dedication right there, good job man!
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by Manimalia View Post
    FOCUS: 10
    ENDURANCE: 10
    ENERGY: 10
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  13. Jumping rope on WF = An intense experience!

  14. Workout song of the Day:

    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtILxBszyf8"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]
    *The irony is that he is about the least "gangster"-lookin' dude I've ever seen. But, alas, he really was a O.G.

    Anywho, so, today was the beginnin' of a new week. Did chest/back today. Upped progress on ALL lifts. Here's what I did:

    CHEST/BACK:
    (Supersetted)
    Incline DB press 10x10x60's
    Lat pulldowns 10x10x95

    Dumbell flys 3x12x30 with sloooooow tempo
    Lawnmowers 4x12x55 with last set at 60


    Workout was intense today. Thought I was going to vomit about halfway through, as I have not and will not do long rest periods between supersets as GVT suggests (90 seconds). I would say I took about five minutes total rest time in this workout, and this is about all the time I allow myself to breath any other time so far on this program, too. I like my heart pumpin' like I'm sprinting while lifting.

    Anywho, progress progress progress. I have a feeling it's gonna have to slow down sometime, though. I mean, today I really pushed it to the limit. Don't know if I'll be able to up it again next week. But we'll see!

    Here's the Flood breakdown for today. I took it LATE.......AGAIN. DAMNIT. Took it half hour before my workout. I think that my ideal time for taking it is 1.5 hours or so beforehand. I'd guage it that I know I'm ready when my face is tingling, and it takes about 1.5 hours for that to happen. Nevertheless, a good workout today. My determination and diet is helping I am sure. Oh, here's my new diet strategy. I know that this may sound crazy to you guys, but here goes.

    I, for the past week or so, have been and will be only eating when hungry. Yeah, crazy right? Sometimes I go over three hours without eating. But when I eat, I eat well. The guidelines I follow are these:

    1. Low carbs at night.
    2. 40-50g protein per meal
    3. Five+ meals per day (which is naturally how I metabolize by now)

    That's it. I'm loving it. I've always had a big problem with planning diet. It's gotten me nowhere whatsoever. I usually just put on fat with the muscle when bulking, and lose muscle as I try to lose fat when cutting. So, I decided to GET BACK IN TUNE WITH MY BODY. No longer will I be a slave to the opinions of others. They, who write these rules, are not ME. I'm getting back in tune with my body from here on in. Now, my body tells me that it is HUNGRY. I'm gonna go eat.

    Here is my view on the Flood today:

    FOCUS: 8
    ENDURANCE: 9
    ENERGY: 9
    (Took it late, my fault.)

  15. You're eating like I eat. Cool. Listening to your body and reacting to the way it responds to what you eat is the only way to go. Every body is different - you have to take some general rules and tweak 'em until they work optimally for you. Good job!
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    You're eating like I eat. Cool. Listening to your body and reacting to the way it responds to what you eat is the only way to go. Every body is different - you have to take some general rules and tweak 'em until they work optimally for you. Good job!
    That's right, m'man. I'm loving this. It's what I should have been doing all along. Heck, I had my post-workout meal just now. And it was HUGE. Don't know how much I ate, but only ate til I was full. Had me 8 oz chicken breast and undetermined amount of beans/corn/potatoes/carrots (BIG bowl) all washed down with some cold milk. Good stuff. But I wasn't so hungry as usual before my workout. Just had me a little bit of white rice and a small protein shake as opposed to the bigger serving I usually take. My body just feels better this way.

    Every meal I've ate thus far doing it this way feels like it assimilates/digests nicely. And I seem to be progressing, so I know I'm being fueled. Fat is not being put on as well. I'm gonna eat like normal people yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!

    Reps at ya, Resolve.

  17. Oh, I guess no reps, man:

    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Resolve again.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Manimalia View Post
    Oh, I guess no reps, man:

    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Resolve again.
    Don'tcha hate that?

    No worries, though, man. That beans/corn/potatoes/carrots mix sounds tasty!
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  19. You have really detailed posts bro. I'm lovin it!

  20. Quote Originally Posted by RenegadeRows View Post
    You have really detailed posts bro. I'm lovin it!
    Thanks. I'm lovin' the Flood and I'm lovin' loggin' it. It's nice to see some progress again. Thanks for letting me run this, RR. Bigtime awesome so far. Anywho RR and the rest of y'all, I GOT A PROBLEM. I NEED SOME HELP GUYS.

    Jump roping HURTS. I haven't said anything in my posts. Was hoping I wouldn't have to. I was hoping the pain would eventually just go away. But it's only getting worse. When I jump rope now, it is debilitating. It hurts so bad now. It hurts from my ankles, up to my shins, up into my knees, and around/up into my hams. And it's not a healthy kind of muscle burn either. It's down into joints and bone type hurting. What should I do guys? I LOVE jumping rope, but this pain will no longer let me. I have trouble even walking between sets.

    And here's an update on the Flood. Dosed 3 tabs for today's quick cardio session. Walked for a half hour and did as much jump rope as my achy self would allow, which wasn't much, about 400 reps. DAMNIT. The rest of me is willing to go the distance, but my legs are not. I figured out that you CAN chew these puppies. They are hard to break in half by hand, but chewing them is a cinch. Yeah, I'm hardcore like that; I chew em' up.

    Anywho, guys, this is an SOS call. What should I do about the pain I get from doing the rope?

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    Don'tcha hate that?

    No worries, though, man. That beans/corn/potatoes/carrots mix sounds tasty!
    Oh yeah it is! My favorite meal as of late is as follows:

    1/2 can Hormel Turkey Chili w/beans
    1/2 cup black beans
    2/3 cup corn
    1 medium potato chopped/steamed
    6 oz chicken breast chopped
    chopped/roasted tomato, onion, bell pepper, garlic
    2 tbsp sour cream

    THEN, mix ALL THAT up and eat it from a big azz bowl. It is BOOOOOOOOOOOMB.

    P.S.- That's just a guestimate on the measurements with the beans/corn/potato. I go by eye now

  22. Oh and one more thing, to add a bit of humor to the day, I gotta tell y'all what happened. I took my dirt bike off road for the first time ever. I road it through the ditch by my apartment parking lot. BUT IT WAS NOT SOLID GROUND. I rolled into about a foot of murky/watery mud at about 10 miles per hour. The bike stopped and sunk. I hopped off because I had to. Was kneed deep in mud. Had to yank my bike out of it all. People were driving by and laughin' at me. But I didn't care. I was laughing too.

    Fun stuff. For the future, test the ground. No matter how solid it looks, it could be mud stew with grass over it. I'm gonna go hobble downstairs and wash my bike now. Hahahahaha.

  23. Bummer man! lol

    I've been enjoying chili lately too, but haven't been adding all kinds of stuff to it - I'll have to give that a try, thanks for the idea.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    Bummer man! lol

    I've been enjoying chili lately too, but haven't been adding all kinds of stuff to it - I'll have to give that a try, thanks for the idea.
    Give it a try, duder. Takes about 15 lousy minutes to make it. Chop the raw chicken/veggies up and cook in a skillet until the chicken is golden. While all that is going, chop your potato up and microwave steam it with a bit of water in a bowl with lid for 5 minutes. Pop the top on the chili and break out your frozen corn, pull the beans from the pot and then nuke that all up together after you pull the tater out of there. Then, combine ALL OF IT and dap that shet with some sour cream. Then scarf!
    The sour cream is VERY important. It makes it.

    It's a beautiful thing.

  25. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW. Today's LEG DAY was quick. I did it in three minutes shy of half an hour. Yes, that's right. Less than one half hour. IT DIDN'T "HURT SO GOOD." It was bad. Here's what I did:

    LEGS
    (Supersetted)
    Leg Press 10x10x360 (again, with the 4020 tempo)
    Deadlifts 10x10x210 (again, with the 4020 tempo)

    I had to do it this way because I arrived at my gym at 4:30. It closes at 5. Another hectic day in my life. But nonetheless, I progressed AGAIN.

    I did not opt to come home and hit calf-raises and leg raises, even though I have the means to do so. I am fried out. Need some food and then some relax time. My calves still hurt from the jump rope fiasco. And as far as hitting them leg raises go, I'll just hit them tomorrow with some moderate cardio. Will update that tomorrow.

    Anywho, chewed up six Floods about 45 minutes before workout. I find that when I chew them up into a powder, they hit really really fast. I'm fidgety within about a half hour with a tingly face, as opposed to the hour and some change it had taken before when I didn't chew em. So, I'm gonna chew em' up from here on in. Hit faster that way!

    Did a good workout today. The flood was there for sure. My legs were SCORCHED in spite of having downed the pills, though. BUT that's because I hit legs hard with no rest periods. Think I rested about three-four minutes total in that 27 minutes. But I did spend some of that time getting the weights ready for the lifts and then some more walking back and forth in the gym for the supersets. I pushed through though, and I do believe the Flood gave me some of the endurance/focus/energy to do so. Speaking of which, here's my grade for it today:

    FOCUS: 10
    ENDURANCE: 10
    ENERGY: 9 (Only dosed six, though. Don't know why I did that!)

    I moved 57000 lbs. in a half hour. Whoo hoo!!!! Ouch.
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