I forgot to mention to you guys that the shake I made this morning was EXCELLENT. Here's the breakdown...
2 scoops ATW Whey Isolate Cinnamon Bun
1/2 cup of Old Fashioned Quaker oats - Ground in coffee grinder
Damn right, can't go home with the job half doneI had some great sets on my Good Mornings. Now that I'm hitting a wide rep range (6-15), I am really starting to see the weight that I'm able to crank out. I never went below twelve reps on Good Mornings before, and the bar was pretty decently loaded by the time I was hitting seven reps. :good:
The HIIIT was pretty hard, and I had to lessen the resistance because my legs just weren't able to handle it after I beat them up just minutes prior.
Instead of doing HIIT on Chest and Delt days, I'll be doing it on Ham and Quad days. It seems to heavily involve legs, especially on the last few intervals, so I figure why not do it on a leg day?
so this is where the cool kids hang out.
NSCA - CSCS
Lets start a random discussion thread and see if we can carry the entire thing out by using ONLY emoticons.
I heard you are a very knowledgable person, so I will be following this trying to learn some more
I just woke up about 20mins ago. Took my 911 and RPM, and now I'm slamming my shake. I'll be hitting arms this morning. Don't know if I'll be updating until this evening or not. Depends on how much time I have between the gym and my classes.
Hope everyone is doing well. Talk to you all later.
Had a pretty sick arm workout today. I crushed 42 sets and twenty minutes of cardio in 1.5hrs.
I'm still toying a little bit with rep range and organization of the exercises.
Once again, intensity was extremely high, and my strength is definitely going up at a pretty quick rate. The T-911 is really making itself known.
I remembered I have a bunch of HMB powder that I never used, so I'll probably be adding 5g of that to my shake in the morning.
My muscles are pretty pissed off at me these days. I haven't been this sore all over in a long, long time. The high-volume is really shocking my body, and I love it.
I was wearing a Nike long-sleeve zip up today, and my pump was still completely noticeable even through the clothing. It feels so great to be getting all of this bloodflow for a change. When I was doing low-volume there just weren't enough sets to really get a good pump going.
I can't say for sure, but I really think the combination of my strength gains, HIIT, and the upped pre-workout carbohydrates are really going to produce some excellent results.
I took the first picture a little over an hour after I finished lifting, and I still had some blood rushing to my arms. I couldn't really even flex that well. The second picture was from last night. Sorry I suck so bad at posing.