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    Quote Originally Posted by tyler4 View Post
    Yea, I can see that but it's like being called the best basketball player in the world but not playing in the NBA anymore. But as long as he keeps fighthing, I think it's OK.

    Plus, I might be different than some recent fans on this one but I dont think a Lesner/Fedor fight is justified right now anyway. Fedor would break Lesner off properly, or at least I think so.

    That being said, I would pay a good amount of $$ to see Fedor/Lesner
    I agree with the NBA analogy, and that's part of the argument going against Fedor as number one. I think what's floating his number status is his record. He worked his way through Pride, during a time of the best HW class to date, and he's still relatively young.

    I don't think Lesnar should be fighting Fedor either. I would give it a 85/15 chance for Fedor, because although Fedor is leaps & bounds above Lesnar in talent, Lesnar has a striker's chance of landing a flailing KO. Apart from that, I agree, Fedor would end it on the ground.
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    Pride in it's prime was loads deeper than the UFC in basically every weight. And that was when Fedor was kickin it hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tyler4 View Post
    Yea, I can see that but it's like being called the best basketball player in the world but not playing in the NBA anymore. But as long as he keeps fighthing, I think it's OK.

    Plus, I might be different than some recent fans on this one but I dont think a Lesner/Fedor fight is justified right now anyway. Fedor would break Lesner off properly, or at least I think so.

    That being said, I would pay a good amount of $$ to see Fedor/Lesner
    Using your analogy however... the best basketball players (heavies) aren't necessarily in the NBA...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimberLakers View Post
    Using your analogy however... the best basketball players (heavies) aren't necessarily in the NBA...
    Yea, I can see that but I guess you could go as far to say that the entire class of heavies of MMA arent really anything too spectacular. UFC or other.

    But the UFC is the best MMA org. in the world so it would only be fitting for him to fight there, IMHO. When he was in Pride, they were the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tyler4 View Post
    Yea, I can see that but I guess you could go as far to say that the entire class of heavies of MMA arent really anything too spectacular. UFC or other.

    But the UFC is the best MMA org. in the world so it would only be fitting for him to fight there, IMHO. When he was in Pride, they were the best.
    I would give you that the UFC is the best MMA organization in the Americas. Would be a tougher sell globally, and no where near as big in Asia - esp Japan. Japan is a huuuuge market with a lot of cheddar for this sh*t.
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    True. But when Pride was alive I thought they were the deepest and most talented and since most of that talent is now in the ufc, that's why I think it's probably the best, at least in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimberLakers View Post
    I would give you that the UFC is the best MMA organization in the Americas. Would be a tougher sell globally, and no where near as big in Asia - esp Japan. Japan is a huuuuge market with a lot of cheddar for this sh*t.
    What the American athletes do that Japanese athletes have a hard time overcoming or even dealing with, is the level of strength in wrestling. PRIDE used have deeper talent all around in my opinion, but I think the UFC's talent pool is climbing perhaps in greater bounds then we might assume. First, as we're flooded with the Brazilians, our BJJ game is going up, I'm not saying its as good or better then the avg. Japanese MMA'ist, but my main point is just that our standard of BJJ has been forced upward as a result of the Brazilians being an influential & integrated part of our talent pool. I also think as a whole, we have better strikers, in terms of boxing. Kick boxing, muay thai, I give to the international stage. I give the Japanese Judo and I think there are a greater amount of expertise Jiu Jitsu guys in Japan, but in terms of UFC's best vs Japans best, I think we are pretty good in that comparison.

    Truthfully, much of everything I just said could be argued back & forth, but as far as wrestling is concerned, hands down UFC athletes, any weight class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tyler4 View Post
    True. But when Pride was alive I thought they were the deepest and most talented and since most of that talent is now in the ufc, that's why I think it's probably the best, at least in my opinion.
    I think the only Pride born athletes that are still competitive are Rampage, Hendo, and Anderson Silva. Big Nog looks like a shell of who he was and Wandy isn't quite a shell of who he was, but he's not the Wandy of Pride.

    Cro Cop is rumored to come over, or perhaps officially announced already, but he's in the same boat Big Nog is, and Cro Cop used to be my main.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    What the American athletes do that Japanese athletes have a hard time overcoming or even dealing with, is the level of strength in wrestling. PRIDE used have deeper talent all around in my opinion, but I think the UFC's talent pool is climbing perhaps in greater bounds then we might assume. First, as we're flooded with the Brazilians, our BJJ game is going up, I'm not saying its as good or better then the avg. Japanese MMA'ist, but my main point is just that our standard of BJJ has been forced upward as a result of the Brazilians being an influential & integrated part of our talent pool. I also think as a whole, we have better strikers, in terms of boxing. Kick boxing, muay thai, I give to the international stage. I give the Japanese Judo and I think there are a greater amount of expertise Jiu Jitsu guys in Japan, but in terms of UFC's best vs Japans best, I think we are pretty good in that comparison.

    Truthfully, much of everything I just said could be argued back & forth, but as far as wrestling is concerned, hands down UFC athletes, any weight class.
    I think UFC has better wrestlers, because our collegiate wrestlers see it as a legitimate career path. There are some amazing wrestlers in Russia / Germany / Nordics that just don't have the exposure to MMA - yet... In international wrestling competitions, the US usually does not bode very well... I think this landscape will change once scouting becomes more prevalent and international wrestlers are lured to MMA just like BJJ players have been as of late.
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    Hey Tyler, I thought this was a pretty cool short clip.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=984fN-gt4lA"]YouTube - July 27th 2009 - Fedor Emelianenko, Gegard Mousasi and BJ Penn[/ame]
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    Yea. Cro cop is still signed. I hope to see the cro cop of old. I to used to be a huge fan. I mean I still like the dude, I just want to see him like he used to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimberLakers View Post
    I think UFC has better wrestlers, because our collegiate wrestlers see it as a legitimate career path. There are some amazing wrestlers in Russia / Germany / Nordics that just don't have the exposure to MMA - yet... In international wrestling competitions, the US usually does not bode very well... I think this landscape will change once scouting becomes more prevalent and international wrestlers are lured to MMA just like BJJ players have been as of late.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    Hey Tyler, I thought this was a pretty cool short clip.

    YouTube - July 27th 2009 - Fedor Emelianenko, Gegard Mousasi and BJ Penn
    I saw that too on bj's blog. He looks kinda scared next to Fedor. Ha ha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tyler4 View Post
    Yea. Cro cop is still signed. I hope to see the cro cop of old. I to used to be a huge fan. I mean I still like the dude, I just want to see him like he used to be.
    me too, I rooted for him when he fought Fedor. One can only hope, but it seems the Cage throws a real wrench in fighters used to a ring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tyler4 View Post
    I saw that too on bj's blog. He looks kinda scared next to Fedor. Ha ha.
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    I wanted to try something new today, so I tried something new. Firstly, my lower and outer pecs are my biggest problem area. It's developed, but it develops slower then my upper chest, which is odd, so I decided to ghetto fitness it today and see where or if any DOMS appears tomorrow.

    Weighted Dips
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    BW + 70lbs x 10 reps
    BW + 90lbs x 8 reps
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    BW + 90lbs x 4.5 reps
    BW + 70lbs x 8 reps
    BW + 70lbs x 6 reps
    BW + 70lbs x 5 reps
    BW + 45lbs x 8 reps
    BW + 45lbs x 6 reps
    BW + 45lbs x 6 reps
    BW x 10 reps
    BW x 8 reps
    BW x 8 reps [dry heaved a little]

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    220lbs x 6 reps [almost threw up in my mouth]
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    There you have it, ghetto fitness chest day. I can't wait to try this when my new bottle of 800mg PRIME comes in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    One lift workouts rock. Just beating yourself into the dirt with a single movement - there's something about it that is very satisfying...
    If a scientist is on my side, I don't feel so strange having done that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    One lift workouts rock. Just beating yourself into the dirt with a single movement - there's something about it that is very satisfying...
    I agree. Slamming one muscle group with one movement; I used to lift that way.

    Day 1
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    Ya, those were good workouts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    I agree. Slamming one muscle group with one movement; I used to lift that way.

    Day 1
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    RDL x 10

    Day 2
    Bent Over BB Row x 10
    Squats x 10

    Ya, those were good workouts
    Yeah, it can really do the trick. My personal favorites for one lift workouts though are the clean and jerk or front squats. Do either for 45min with a good load and you will feel it all over the next day - you'll even get biceps, chest and calf DOMS.
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    Dead Lifts
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    315lbs x 8 reps
    375lbs x 1 rep

    [I was looking for 5 reps on the 375, but I only got one....]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    I agree. Slamming one muscle group with one movement; I used to lift that way.

    Day 1
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    RDL x 10

    Day 2
    Bent Over BB Row x 10
    Squats x 10

    Ya, those were good workouts
    I don't think I've ever taken it to such an exclusive extreme, but I did enjoy it. My lower, outer pecs are majorly DOMSicled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
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    Dead Lifts
    225lbs x 10 reps
    315lbs x 8 reps
    375lbs x 1 rep

    [I was looking for 5 reps on the 375, but I only got one....]

    Barbell Hack Squats
    135lbs x 10 reps
    185lbs x 8 reps
    225lbs x 5 reps

    Barbell Squats
    135lbs x 10 reps, x 8 reps, x 6 reps
    Ha! What a coincidence. I'm on my 3rd week of PCT now,.... and last week's deads was the exact same occurrence. My 5 rep set ended up being a one rep set, Dropped it before locking out a second. Dont you just hate those days.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by brk_nemesis View Post
    Ha! What a coincidence. I'm on my 3rd week of PCT now,.... and last week's deads was the exact same occurrence. My 5 rep set ended up being a one rep set, Dropped it before locking out a second. Dont you just hate those days.....
    Tell me about it, I didn't even have enough in me to GO for a second rep
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    Or anyone concerned about grip strength. I did a little something extra with my Barbell Reverse Curls today. I took two Squat neck-pads, and lined them across a barbell, which in turn created an EXTREMELY thick grip environment. As I clamped my hands down on the bar, my fingers and thumbs were a good 3 inches apart, which meant I had to grip the bar with the jaws of life type of grip. There is enough room between your thumb and fingers for the bar to slip out of your hands if you don't clamp down hard enough. Basically, I was not able to not pyramid at all today and did 4 sets with just the bar in this manner, (before moving on).

    Forearms Emphasized

    Fat Grip Barbell Reverse Curls x 4 sets

    Barbell Reverse Curls x 4 sets

    Smith-Barbell Reverse Curls x 3 sets

    Db Hammer Curls x 3 sets

    Machine, Preacher Curls x 3 sets

    The fat grip method can also be utilized in a regular curl to give the forearms more work, but there isn't that same need for a jaws of life grip as a reverse curl in this fashion.
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    That's good thinking on the grip, Volcom. My workouts will be changing quite heavily in the next few weeks and I'm going to incorporate some of this stuff in there. I plan on altering my physique a great deal and seeing how I do when I focus solely on aesthetics and athletic ability. I'm going to try to go from bodybuilder to functional athlete if at all possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    That's good thinking on the grip, Volcom. My workouts will be changing quite heavily in the next few weeks and I'm going to incorporate some of this stuff in there. I plan on altering my physique a great deal and seeing how I do when I focus solely on aesthetics and athletic ability. I'm going to try to go from bodybuilder to functional athlete if at all possible.
    Functional strength was the root motivation of me wanting to really develop my core strength. You don't get any more foundational then core and grip strength when it comes to functional strength
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    Functional strength was the root motivation of me wanting to really develop my core strength. You don't get any more foundational then core and grip strength when it comes to functional strength
    Another filthy variation of reverse BB preachers is using a claw-grip, with a wrist flexion at the bottom.
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    I cannot wait until I'm able to lift again - you know me too well Sam, the fat bar reverse curls are calling my name!
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    I love reverse BB curls. Except I do 20-25 rep sets on them, rest- pause style after each 5 reps, and they are BLOWIN' up. Im going pretty crazy now on my arms/forearm routines, as I want me some Phil Health arms.
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    50 rep Zottman Curl/Reverse Preacher Curl super-set = the most heinous and disgusting forearm pump you have ever experienced. Small children run from it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    50 rep Zottman Curl/Reverse Preacher Curl super-set = the most heinous and disgusting forearm pump you have ever experienced. Small children run from it.
    You and your Zottman's and Gironda's. You have to be the Canadian crowned prince of variation.
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    Man that was supposed to go in Met's thread. lol
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