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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Emerge View Post
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    Glad to here things are goin well man! Leanin out and gettn vascular is teh funz!

    edit: Stay sexy man!
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  2. Thanks Met.

    I just bought 11.5 pounds of boneless/skinless chicken breast. w00t w00t

    Supplement Update:


    Fish Oil is going up from 8 grams to 15 grams. 5 grams with three meals. Knees feeling a little funky, and since I don't have money for osteosport, this'll have to do,.
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  3. Interested too see what upping the fishies will do
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  4. Love stocking up on the chicken breast!
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  5. Oh yeah. I wish I could stock up on carne asada.
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  6. lutherblsstt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emerge View Post
    Workout #10: BJJ 3/12/09


    We worked on closed guard drills the whole time. I got there late so I only got two partners to work with. Again, I hit some triangles and omoplatas, I did surprisingly well against another blue who is much stronger and heavier than me. I usually don't do well with bigger dudes. So that was a plus. Since I was late, I stayed longer to work some stuff with my soon to be roommate. We worked on jumping into guard (because we both are not confident in our take downs) for the tournament. We also worked triangle and omoplata escapes. My reaction times are seeming to get faster and faster. A very good thing.

    Increased Strength
    N/A
    Increased O2 Utilization and ATP
    Yes, not once was I even slightly out of breath.
    Improved Recovery Times Between Sets
    N/A
    Vastly Increased Muscular Endurance
    N/A
    Increased Pump
    N/A
    Mood Enhancement
    Yes, very very relaxed.
    Interesting quote for you that may help:

    The whole article is great,I only posted the end of it.

    http://www.mmafaestro.com/Blog/post/...-Paradigm.aspx

    The Training Paradigm
    by KevinHowell


    "As a parting gift, let me leave you all with something that Andre Galvao imparted on me while we were training before last year's BJJ World Championships and Pan-Americans. Basically, Andre laid me down and told me to pull any guard.

    As soon as I made contact, he would pass and I would have to turn away from him to turtle. This was a part of our drill. He would then immediately, take the back position and lock in a choke - this happened EVERY SINGLE TIME! We repeated this drill non stop for about an hour. My only job was to come up with a new guard and hold it, get passed, and then show my back when Andre passed.

    Afterwards, (we were both exhausted by the pace) I asked Andre why he trained this way. He answered that he once saw his instructor Terere, do the same drill over and over for about 3 weeks as he prepared for a tournament - passing the guard (the same way every time) to the back to the choke.

    He didn't spar like crazy, but he did spar lightly as a warmup. Once warm, he would just do this over and over with varying levels of resistance while the rest of the class sparred and fought. When the tournament came around, guess what? Terere, immediately passed everyone's guard, took the back, and finished with a choke. It was second nature.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by lutherblsstt View Post
    Interesting quote for you that may help:

    The whole article is great,I only posted the end of it.

    http://www.mmafaestro.com/Blog/post/...-Paradigm.aspx

    The Training Paradigm
    by KevinHowell


    "As a parting gift, let me leave you all with something that Andre Galvao imparted on me while we were training before last year's BJJ World Championships and Pan-Americans. Basically, Andre laid me down and told me to pull any guard.

    As soon as I made contact, he would pass and I would have to turn away from him to turtle. This was a part of our drill. He would then immediately, take the back position and lock in a choke - this happened EVERY SINGLE TIME! We repeated this drill non stop for about an hour. My only job was to come up with a new guard and hold it, get passed, and then show my back when Andre passed.

    Afterwards, (we were both exhausted by the pace) I asked Andre why he trained this way. He answered that he once saw his instructor Terere, do the same drill over and over for about 3 weeks as he prepared for a tournament - passing the guard (the same way every time) to the back to the choke.

    He didn't spar like crazy, but he did spar lightly as a warmup. Once warm, he would just do this over and over with varying levels of resistance while the rest of the class sparred and fought. When the tournament came around, guess what? Terere, immediately passed everyone's guard, took the back, and finished with a choke. It was second nature.
    Thanks for the tip, I think I'll try that this week.

  8. Workout #13: Weights 3/13/09


    Squats
    225x4
    225x4
    225x4
    225x3
    225x3
    225x3
    225x3
    225x3
    225x2
    225x2


    Laying Leg Curls (Feet Outward)
    65x4
    65x4
    65x4
    65x4
    65x4
    65x4
    65x4
    65x4
    65x4
    65x4


    DB Lunges
    25x8
    25x8
    25x8


    SLDL (On platform - Bar to Toes)
    115x8
    135x8
    155x6



    Increased Strength
    Slight, felt it on squats.
    Increased O2 Utilization and ATP
    Yes, was not as out of breath on squats as usual. Whew.
    Improved Recovery Times Between Sets
    I could have, but workload was heavy enough that I wanted to utilize my entire break.
    Vastly Increased Muscular Endurance
    Hard to say really... I didn't get my entire squat set, but I did well on other exercises.
    Increased Pump
    Too much pumpage in the quads.
    Mood Enhancement
    Feeling sexy.

  9. Workout #14: Fasted Cardio 3/14/09


    We did 10 hundred meter sprints around a track (walked the turns).

    Bleacher work was a little harder this time. We ran up and down steps back and forth, then double leg hop back and forth, then ran up and down steps back and forth again, and all this concurrently to tax my cardio a little more.

    As you can imagine this workout was very difficult due to my amazing DOMS from the previous squat session.

    Increased Strength
    N/A
    Increased O2 Utilization and ATP
    Dramatic O2 utilization increase.
    Improved Recovery Times Between Sets
    N/A
    Vastly Increased Muscular Endurance
    N/A
    Increased Pump
    N/A
    Mood Enhancement
    Yeah, cloud nine status. I love the runner's high after these sessions.

  10. Workout #15: Weights 3/15/09


    BB Bench (Close Grip)
    145x4
    145x4
    145x4
    145x4
    145x4
    145x4
    145x4
    145x4
    145x4
    145x4


    DB Curls (Incline)
    35x4
    35x4
    35x4
    35x4
    35x4
    35x4
    35x4
    35x4
    35x4
    35x3


    French Press
    50x8
    60x6
    60x6


    BB Reverse Curl
    55x8
    65x8
    75x3


    Increased Strength
    Significant.
    Increased O2 Utilization and ATP
    Not that much of an O2 demanding workout, but I was never breathing hard.
    Improved Recovery Times Between Sets
    Yes.
    Vastly Increased Muscular Endurance
    I would agree, I think I pumped out a bit more reps I wouldn't have otherwise.
    Increased Pump
    Not so much.
    Mood Enhancement
    Yup, feeling sexy.

  11. Sounds like you're having an awesome run so far brother
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  12. WOOOOOOT!! Sweet numbers bro! Glad youre feeln sexy...Sponge merger sexy pants
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by CTDeuce View Post
    Sounds like you're having an awesome run so far brother
    Everything's looking good thus far.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by metroba View Post
    WOOOOOOT!! Sweet numbers bro! Glad youre feeln sexy...Sponge merger sexy pants
    :dl:
  15. lutherblsstt
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    One more for ya:

    Three Rules for the Open Guard

    My instructor David Ruiz (a Rigan Machado Black Belt) in Denver has 3 rules that he teaches that really changed the guard game for me, and specifically the open guard game.

    Always maintain a maximum of 90 degrees between your torso and your thighs. It can be less (i.e. knees pulled tighter into your chest) but it can never be more than 90. For example if you opponent goes for a bull fighter style pass by pulling/pushing your legs to one side, you must sit up to maintain your 90 degrees.
    Always maintain foot controls on either side of your opponents body (e.g. a foot on either side of the hips, on his shoulders, spidered around one arm & one hip, legs X'd on either hip, etc.).
    Knees always bowed/flared out. This makes passing around the guard much more difficult and leaves the best option for the opponent to pass through the center where your arms and grips can come into play more effectively.
    I find when someone passes my guard, inevitably, I have broken one of these 3 rules.

    Scott
    Training at Colorado BJJ in Denver CO.

    http://www.grapplearts.com/unpassable-guard.html

  16. That's something I never thought about. Thanks man. I'll def practice this today.

  17. My biceps are still pumped. I still have major DOMS in my legs. Lower calorie intakes suck.

  18. Doms while on a calorie deficit? nice brosef!
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  19. No, I hate it! Lol

  20. Looking good.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by lutherblsstt View Post
    Interesting quote for you that may help:

    The whole article is great,I only posted the end of it.

    http://www.mmafaestro.com/Blog/post/...-Paradigm.aspx

    The Training Paradigm
    by KevinHowell


    "As a parting gift, let me leave you all with something that Andre Galvao imparted on me while we were training before last year's BJJ World Championships and Pan-Americans. Basically, Andre laid me down and told me to pull any guard.

    As soon as I made contact, he would pass and I would have to turn away from him to turtle. This was a part of our drill. He would then immediately, take the back position and lock in a choke - this happened EVERY SINGLE TIME! We repeated this drill non stop for about an hour. My only job was to come up with a new guard and hold it, get passed, and then show my back when Andre passed.

    Afterwards, (we were both exhausted by the pace) I asked Andre why he trained this way. He answered that he once saw his instructor Terere, do the same drill over and over for about 3 weeks as he prepared for a tournament - passing the guard (the same way every time) to the back to the choke.

    He didn't spar like crazy, but he did spar lightly as a warmup. Once warm, he would just do this over and over with varying levels of resistance while the rest of the class sparred and fought. When the tournament came around, guess what? Terere, immediately passed everyone's guard, took the back, and finished with a choke. It was second nature.
    I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.
    Bruce Lee
    SFW and GFH

  22. Quote Originally Posted by Inarius View Post
    I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.
    Bruce Lee
    Quoted for truth-

    Looking good emerge! How are you liking the adavanced gvt so far?

  23. Quote Originally Posted by Neeko View Post
    Looking good.
    Thank mam.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by jdg487 View Post
    Quoted for truth-

    Looking good emerge! How are you liking the adavanced gvt so far?
    It's good. Probably the only thing holding my strength in tact now that I notice some LBM loss.

  25. Quote Originally Posted by Emerge View Post
    My biceps are still pumped. I still have major DOMS in my legs. Lower calorie intakes suck.
    I agree, intense workouts with reduced calories makes it tough.
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