Army Guy "Kleens" out the cabinets with LG, AI, PES, USP, and the kitchen sink!

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  1. Happy Independence Day! Here is a Montage of patriotic sexiness!




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  2. Happy independence day fellas!
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  3. X2!!!!
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  4. lol back at all of you!!! just glad I am not having the Iraqis help me with rockets bursting in air!!!! lol a few years ago they went out of their way to ensure we celebrated correctly... luckily no one was killed that day.
    Eat some great food for me my brothers!!!! I get a cold MRE for dinner... boooooo
    Working on living

  5. get a vegetarian MRE, tis epic!!
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  6. Happy 4th, you should be able to see some fireworks from seattle

  7. Ok guys a workout of epic proportion
    HS chest press flat- AG pyramids
    1 plate per side up to 4 plates per side. Hit the 4 plates two times and then immediately defended one plate at a time no rest. Money!!!!!!
    DB overhead Tricep extensions
    140 * 5 total PR then dropped to 100 * 20 for burnout total of 6 sets
    Incline DB flies
    4 sets pyramids up to 70's
    BB bent over rows
    Hit up to 315 PR baby for two reps and pyramids down to just bar
    Hammer DB curls
    Hit 70's for five PR again!!! Never did 70's before
    Six total sets
    Seated HS dip machine because they had no belt for weighted dips
    Pyramids up to 4 plates per side. PR again
    And then pyramids down ....8 total sets
    Super set
    Shrugs with calf raises
    Four sets
    Super set
    Rear debts on reverse peck deck and body weight squats
    Three sets.
    Knee held up great
    Total time was
    100 minutes

    Booooyyyaaaaaaa baby
    All that with five hours sleep. In two days .... give credit to natadrol kicking in with the T-911
    This is one stoked army guy !!!!!

  8. Will catch up on everyones logs ASAP, but for now back to the woods to kill cadets!!!!!!!

  9. Great workout AG.
    Kill some for me.
    I will work for supplements!

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Army Guy View Post
    Will catch up on everyones logs ASAP, but for now back to the woods to kill cadets!!!!!!!
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by Army Guy View Post
    Will catch up on everyones logs ASAP, but for now back to the woods to kill cadets!!!!!!!
    GET 'EM!
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  12. That was one hell of a lift!! Jesus christ your tearing it up brotha!! getting strong up in dis house!
    DISCLAIMER: Anything that I post on this forum should not be taken as medical advice. Consult your doctor before starting new diets, supplements, training protocols, and/or if you have any concerns about your health.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Army Guy View Post
    Ok guys a workout of epic proportion
    HS chest press flat- AG pyramids
    1 plate per side up to 4 plates per side. Hit the 4 plates two times and then immediately defended one plate at a time no rest. Money!!!!!!
    DB overhead Tricep extensions
    140 * 5 total PR then dropped to 100 * 20 for burnout total of 6 sets
    Hit up to 315 PR baby for two reps and pyramids down to just bar
    Hammer DB curls
    Hit 70's for five PR again!!! Never did 70's before
    Six total sets
    Seated HS dip machine because they had no belt for weighted dips
    Pyramids up to 4 plates per side. PR again
    And then pyramids down ....8 total sets!!!!!
    Großes Training, Mein Bruder-Krieger!!

    Great Workout, My Warrior-Brother!!




    THE PAIN YOU ENDURE TODAY WILL PRODUCE THE POWER YOU ENJOY TOMORROW!!

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  14. you're killin it up in herrrrre AG

  15. Keep killing em Army!
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  16. Eat clean, piss dirty

  17. Man when do you get back o.O

  18. Great work out bro!!

    Just on my way into the woods myself for some high ropes team building... I'd rather be killing cadets personally!!

  19. thanks for the comments guys!!!

    Ok stole away from the woods for a few hours to get a lift on and shower. Only 4 hours of sleep again last night. I took the same supps pre-workout:
    2 scoops ASGT
    4 scoops AP
    1 Scoop Jack3d
    1 T-911
    that was 2 hours ago, and can you believe that I am doing everything in my power just to stay awake right now!!! man this Army stuff gets tiring!!! 10 hours of sleep in the last 3 nights combined... boooooooooo

    the lift
    HS Incline Press - pyramids up in sets of 5 up to 3 plates per side (which I only got a few times
    then immediate drop sets back to 2 and 1 plate per side repping as many as I could
    Cable flies - pyramids up and then down
    Lat pull downs close grip - pyramid up to 240 and then dropped by 2 pound increments to 80 without pausing... about 6 sets down the ladder there. Was pumped
    HS Preacher Curl - Pyramids up and down
    up to 3 plates and a 25 which was repped 3 times before drop setting
    DB shoulder press - 3 sets
    didn't do triceps to give the elbows a break
    I am loving the addition of the T-911 to this stack. Just feel strong and hard... everywhere lol
    On a different note, the stomach is about to go on strike. Since eating the Iraqi food for over a year, my stomach just isn't what it used to be. It is rejecting the MRE's that I am forced to eat. Every day I have an internal argument with my gut. Either eat an MRE to satiate the hunger, or live on sunflower seeds and starve... it is 50-50 on which one wins the last few days... I can't imagine how this stack would be treating me on a clean diet and lots of rest. To see myself gaining LBM and strength as it is just floors me...
    Working on living

  20. Quote Originally Posted by Army Guy View Post
    Ok stole away from the woods for a few hours to get a lift on and shower. Only 4 hours of sleep again last night.

    10 hours of sleep in the last 3 nights combined... boooooooooo
    This little guy will pick up the slack for you.

    "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
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  21. buahahahaha never thought I would be jealous of a cat!!!!
    Working on living

  22. Dang AG, they are really not getting that officers need food so they have the energy to beat the cadets into shape! The more I hear about what you have to go through the more I question some of the BS that goes on in the military. Then again, I could be dead wrong about my assumptions so who knows. Get some rest Major and great lift as always, your a trooper (all puns intended!).

  23. lol thanks my aquatic friend!!! I guess they figure that 45 days of brutal treatment for us is a good thing... you know puts hair on our chest... I will say this though... I am happy with the progress of some of these kids we are training. Many of them are getting better as the days click by! Many of them I would be proud to have be my LT's if I were in command again. They are true warriors. However, some of them you wonder how they even continue breathing.
    Oh I forgot to mention... the cadets left a lot of trash in their garbage cans in their tents... horrible mistake of epic proportions!!! lol they were bewildered to see when they returned from training that an "wild animal" came in their tents and through the trash everywhere!!! bunks and sleeping bags included... 10 tents just destroyed!!! lol
    I guess they will learn that "Wild Animals" are always attracted to garbage left by cadets... at 2300 hours last night when they finished cleaning it all up... they got the message!!!
    Working on living

  24. Quote Originally Posted by Army Guy View Post
    lol thanks my aquatic friend!!! I guess they figure that 45 days of brutal treatment for us is a good thing... you know puts hair on our chest... I will say this though... I am happy with the progress of some of these kids we are training. Many of them are getting better as the days click by! Many of them I would be proud to have be my LT's if I were in command again. They are true warriors. However, some of them you wonder how they even continue breathing.
    Oh I forgot to mention... the cadets left a lot of trash in their garbage cans in their tents... horrible mistake of epic proportions!!! lol they were bewildered to see when they returned from training that an "wild animal" came in their tents and through the trash everywhere!!! bunks and sleeping bags included... 10 tents just destroyed!!! lol
    I guess they will learn that "Wild Animals" are always attracted to garbage left by cadets... at 2300 hours last night when they finished cleaning it all up... they got the message!!!
    Nice and I have a feeling that you are probably cutting weight pretty quickly out there.

    Fin, they gotta keep the officers as tough as the cadets or tougher. Keeps em hard enough for battle, and they earn more of the cadets respect by going through some of the same rigors as them. I remember anything I had to do or could do one my DI's would be able to pop right down with me and keep up or surpass me. It made me respect him more than the rest of them because he was obviously capable. However I agree under current administration I worry about our troops as well.
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by Army Guy View Post
    On a different note, the stomach is about to go on strike. Since eating the Iraqi food for over a year, my stomach just isn't what it used to be. It is rejecting the MRE's that I am forced to eat. Every day I have an internal argument with my gut. Either eat an MRE to satiate the hunger, or live on sunflower seeds and starve... it is 50-50 on which one wins the last few days... I can't imagine how this stack would be treating me on a clean diet and lots of rest. To see myself gaining LBM and strength as it is just floors me...
    That sucks big ol' sweaty donkey balls about the food issues. I know we need to make our fighting men and women tough and all, but I figure that good nutrition would be a big plus in keeping them in fighting shape and condition.
    I just fail to see how sleep deprivation and hunger will make a better fighter.

    I'll be so glad for you when the 21rst finally rolls around and you can get your hungry ass back to the beautiful mountains of Utah and enjoy some good home-cooking from the misses.
    THE PAIN YOU ENDURE TODAY WILL PRODUCE THE POWER YOU ENJOY TOMORROW!!

    "Ye are gods, and all of you are children of the most High."

  26. Quote Originally Posted by thundergod View Post
    That sucks big ol' sweaty donkey balls about the food issues. I know we need to make our fighting men and women tough and all, but I figure that good nutrition would be a big plus in keeping them in fighting shape and condition.
    I just fail to see how sleep deprivation and hunger will make a better fighter.

    I'll be so glad for you when the 21rst finally rolls around and you can get your hungry ass back to the beautiful mountains of Utah and enjoy some good home-cooking from the misses.
    yah I guess in training it makes sense as it's often not possible to attain the proper nutrition in combat conditions, so I understand then trying to assimilate the circumstances. As far as when in places like Iraq it's all about money ....

  27. Amen to that, although the money thing is crap, because we get ****e cafeteria food for something like 20 dollars a plate. I make up for quality with quantity though bahaha :P

    Well done there AG, good to see you are teaching them something, I can't tell you how many dumbass LTs I have worked with. Can't spell lost without LT exists for a reason

    I think they train us like they do to promote heart/character. It takes a certain caliber of man to keep driving on when you have nothing to look forward too, and are short on food and water and sleep. Might be just me though, but it seems like lots of training I have done is in that direction. (read: 28K death march at the yakima training center in 110 degree heat with 5 gallons of water for 8 people)

  28. Quote Originally Posted by thundergod View Post
    That sucks big ol' sweaty donkey balls about the food issues. I know we need to make our fighting men and women tough and all, but I figure that good nutrition would be a big plus in keeping them in fighting shape and condition.
    I just fail to see how sleep deprivation and hunger will make a better fighter.

    I'll be so glad for you when the 21rst finally rolls around and you can get your hungry ass back to the beautiful mountains of Utah and enjoy some good home-cooking from the misses.
    that makes 2 of us my friend!!! I must make a confession though... after I typed all of the above, I couldn't take the hunger anymore, and the MRE's made me gag, so I snuck away and got some Subway... the new avocado turkey foot long... sooooooo tasty!!! and to make it worse I got 3 cookies to go with it. I just wanted FOOD!!! lol but what do you do right???
    For the sleep thing, I was given a few hours for a nap this morning... and where am I... on the Droid checking in with my brothers... a man's gotta do lol

    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    yah I guess in training it makes sense as it's often not possible to attain the proper nutrition in combat conditions, so I understand then trying to assimilate the circumstances. As far as when in places like Iraq it's all about money ....
    agreed my friend. I am just getting too old to stomach the stuff I used to be able to eat many years ago. I used to love eating MRE's..., well maybe not LOVE to eat them, but I had no problems eating them... now
    Quote Originally Posted by votum View Post
    Amen to that, although the money thing is crap, because we get ****e cafeteria food for something like 20 dollars a plate. I make up for quality with quantity though bahaha :P

    Well done there AG, good to see you are teaching them something, I can't tell you how many dumbass LTs I have worked with. Can't spell lost without LT exists for a reason

    I think they train us like they do to promote heart/character. It takes a certain caliber of man to keep driving on when you have nothing to look forward too, and are short on food and water and sleep. Might be just me though, but it seems like lots of training I have done is in that direction. (read: 28K death march at the yakima training center in 110 degree heat with 5 gallons of water for 8 people)
    man that sounds like the Batan Death March I did in White Sands NM. a marathon in the summer New Mexico heat, full army gear, 55lb pack, and running because we were idiots!! lol
    Working on living

  29. ok I posted this on another forum, and just wanted to share it here. good times

    and this just in:
    Scientist have just approached Chuck Norris and told him that his blood is infact not pure... they say that his latest blood test confirm there is ASGT present thus making the incredible feats null and void. To this Chuck simply laughed, took out a knife, cut open his arms with a 6 inch gap, the blood poored into a deep blue jug, his wound sealing itself shut a mere 6 seconds later. The blood turned to powder and chuck handed it to a mysterious man named Eric (a man wearing a dark mask)
    Chuck then turned to the scientist and simply stated:
    Of course there is ASGT in my blood, where the hell did you think ASGT CAME from!!!
    Working on living

  30. Quote Originally Posted by Army Guy View Post
    ok I posted this on another forum, and just wanted to share it here. good times

    and this just in:
    Scientist have just approached Chuck Norris and told him that his blood is infact not pure... they say that his latest blood test confirm there is ASGT present thus making the incredible feats null and void. To this Chuck simply laughed, took out a knife, cut open his arms with a 6 inch gap, the blood poored into a deep blue jug, his wound sealing itself shut a mere 6 seconds later. The blood turned to powder and chuck handed it to a mysterious man named Eric (a man wearing a dark mask)
    Chuck then turned to the scientist and simply stated:
    Of course there is ASGT in my blood, where the hell did you think ASGT CAME from!!!
    LOL...

    LG sending me some for the 1st time.... Damn what with all the hype its gotta be the shiiz
    Eat clean, piss dirty
  

  
 

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