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    Quote Originally Posted by punthra View Post
    Oh, i'm just getting warmed up...needed someone to light a fire under my ass again.
    I know what you mean.. I have bean fortunate that I am pretty good at doing that for myself the last few years, or could it be the nice looking ladies I train with...
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    Quote Originally Posted by punthra View Post
    Oh, i'm just getting warmed up...needed someone to light a fire under my ass again.
    This could get real ugly. I can see the insane numbers already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    I know what you mean.. I have bean fortunate that I am pretty good at doing that for myself the last few years, or could it be the nice looking ladies I train with...
    I want your job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pembroke3355 View Post
    I want your job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Yah it's good work if you can get it... Not really my job, I look at them more like training partners that I advize.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Yah it's good work if you can get it... Not really my job, I look at them more like training partners that I advize.
    Yeah Doug, you got it really tough with two hard bodied latinas to watch while the squat and do leg curls... man I am crying in my protein shake for you buddy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oufinny View Post
    Yeah Doug, you got it really tough with two hard bodied latinas to watch while the squat and do leg curls... man I am crying in my protein shake for you buddy!
    Yeah life got to be tough.
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    Deadlifts 135x5 / 225x5 / 315x5 / 405x5 / 455x3 (Could have had more but grip was failing due to finally returning to these raw)

    Barbell Rows 225x8 / 255x8 / 285x6

    Inverted V-bar Cable Rows (Cool station we have!) 200x10 / 250x10 / 300x8 ( Wow do i ever love the stretch on the lats on these)

    Rope Pullovers Sup/ Two Arm Decline Twisted Dumbbell Rows (Set 1) 105x10 & 40x10
    (Set 2) 120x10 & 45x10 (Set 3) 135x10 & 50x8

    Hammer Strength Shrugs 180x10 / 270x10 / 360x10 / 450x8

    Notes:
    - a real change going back to doing deadlifts raw again, grip sucks and that needs to change in a hurry!
    - back pump was ridiculous from the last superset
    - won't be missing deadlifts anymore, time to get those erectors thick and put some more beef on the back
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    Rowin big Pun. DAMN!
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    Quote Originally Posted by punthra View Post
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    Deadlifts 135x5 / 225x5 / 315x5 / 405x5 / 455x3 (Could have had more but grip was failing due to finally returning to these raw)

    Barbell Rows 225x8 / 255x8 / 285x6

    Inverted V-bar Cable Rows (Cool station we have!) 200x10 / 250x10 / 300x8 ( Wow do i ever love the stretch on the lats on these)

    Rope Pullovers Sup/ Two Arm Decline Twisted Dumbbell Rows (Set 1) 105x10 & 40x10
    (Set 2) 120x10 & 45x10 (Set 3) 135x10 & 50x8

    Hammer Strength Shrugs 180x10 / 270x10 / 360x10 / 450x8

    Notes:
    - a real change going back to doing deadlifts raw again, grip sucks and that needs to change in a hurry!
    - back pump was ridiculous from the last superset
    - won't be missing deadlifts anymore, time to get those erectors thick and put some more beef on the back
    You using chalk...?
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    Dang man, those v-bar rows are insane! I struggle with 160 pounds some days!
    If my direct and cynical approach bothers you, just ignore it. I'm just saying what you need to hear ;).
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    ya, i'm using chalk...Just going to take some time to get my grip strength up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oufinny View Post
    Dang man, those v-bar rows are insane! I struggle with 160 pounds some days!
    Don't feel bad bro. I see some of these numbers and I just want to cry.
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    Shoulders / Triceps

    Barbell Military Presses 135x5 / 205x5 / 255x5 / 305x1 (PR, but pointless in that i didn't get it for reps) / 185x15

    Dumbbell Laterals sup/ Wide Grip Cable Upright Rows (Set 1) 35x10 & 135x10
    (Set 2) 40x10 & 165x10 (Set 2) 45x8 & 195x7

    Machine Rear Laterals 195x10 / 215x8 / 175x12

    Close Grip Bench Presses 155x10 / 205x10 / 255x8

    Incline Skullcrushers 115x6 / 135x6 / 155x6

    Cable Pressdowns 135x15 / 165x15 / 195x13

    Notes:
    - sick pump!
    - strength was definitely up today, which means the rotator is starting to feel better thanks to some rest
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    Just to put some perspective on how good 305 is for military, there were two of us in the gym who were very good at this exercise and we were the strongest at it in the gym. We could manage maybe 245 for 3 or 4 reps...
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    Thanks, you made me feel better for going so low rep on my military. That lift i did was purely ego but i was damn proud when i pulled it off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by punthra View Post
    Thanks, you made me feel better for going so low rep on my military. That lift i did was purely ego but i was damn proud when i pulled it off.
    Hell of a lift, you're way outside the parameters of a ordinary bodybuilder on almost all lifts. Your numbers are more like power lifter numbers.
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    Thanks, i'm definitely starting to notice a different look to my muscles that i didn't used to have. Muscles look thicker and denser!
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    Congrats on the PR. 305 is a insane number for that lift. I would be damn proud of myself if I did it.
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    305 on militarys! Man I thought I felt a power surge coming from the north. Great job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by punthra View Post
    Thanks, i'm definitely starting to notice a different look to my muscles that i didn't used to have. Muscles look thicker and denser!
    That's the advantage of heavy lifting harder denser look.
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    Too bad the risk of injury come with it too....And thanks guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by punthra View Post
    Too bad the risk of injury come with it too....And thanks guys!
    Yah not a perfect world eh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by punthra View Post
    Too bad the risk of injury come with it too....And thanks guys!
    Risk of injury comes with lifting. I have seen just as many people lifting(non powerlifters) lighter still come up with injury. The better the form the less of a risk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pembroke3355 View Post
    Risk of injury comes with lifting. I have seen just as many people lifting(non powerlifters) lighter still come up with injury. The better the form the less of a risk.
    Not sure why, but when I was heavier, I never got hurt. It was like the extra fat was padding..now that im lean, things hurt alot more..joints, shoulders..not sure what constitutes that..I guess lifting the same weight 50 lbs lighter can do that, but still..
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    Legs

    Barbell Squats 135x5 / 225x5 / 275x5 / 325x5 / 375x4 (Core is getting stronger!!!)

    Front Squats 135x10 / 205x10 / 275x7

    One Leg Presses 180x10 / 230x10 / 280x10

    Stiff Leg Deadlifts sup/ One Leg Curls (Set 1) 135x10 & 70x8 (Set 2) 185x10 & 90x8
    (Set 3) 235x8 & 50x12

    Notes:
    - Great workout today!
    - really impressed with post cycle stack so far! I've seen continued strength gains and been experiencing great workouts.
    - testosterone has not had any drop what so ever during this entire run. Libido is up and overall sense of well being has been awesome!
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    Pun, do you do seperate ab work or leave your core exercises to hitem up hard?
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    I train core twice a week with a wide variety of exercises and i also train calves twice a week. I just starting doing this as these are my week parts so i needed to crank these two up. For calves it's one day of DC and then the other day is just high volume and reps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by punthra View Post
    Legs

    Barbell Squats 135x5 / 225x5 / 275x5 / 325x5 / 375x4 (Core is getting stronger!!!)

    Front Squats 135x10 / 205x10 / 275x7

    One Leg Presses 180x10 / 230x10 / 280x10

    Stiff Leg Deadlifts sup/ One Leg Curls (Set 1) 135x10 & 70x8 (Set 2) 185x10 & 90x8
    (Set 3) 235x8 & 50x12

    Notes:
    - Great workout today!
    - really impressed with post cycle stack so far! I've seen continued strength gains and been experiencing great workouts.
    - testosterone has not had any drop what so ever during this entire run. Libido is up and overall sense of well being has been awesome!
    Damn nice workout!!!
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    Wow, you guys should feel privileged that your body even responds to natural supplements. I've never had any luck with any of them with the exception of PP's Sustain Alpha..

    I should be jealous but somehow I'm not
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    Quote Originally Posted by fueledpassion View Post
    Wow, you guys should feel privileged that your body even responds to natural supplements. I've never had any luck with any of them with the exception of PP's Sustain Alpha..

    I should be jealous but somehow I'm not
    I dont feel privileged. I put in the time, work, effort and diet. I make my own changes, the supplements are just a small pieces of the puzzle. Thats where most get it wrong. Ironically, I have alot of your screen name. I'm assuming you do too!?
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    Supplements are only a piece of the puzzle...Diet and intense training are far more important!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlexW99 View Post
    Not sure why, but when I was heavier, I never got hurt. It was like the extra fat was padding..now that im lean, things hurt alot more..joints, shoulders..not sure what constitutes that..I guess lifting the same weight 50 lbs lighter can do that, but still..
    Oh yah the extra fat definitely holds support the joints. I have to cut out the heavy compound lifts during the latter stages of prep as I get too lean.
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    Back / Traps

    Hammer Strength Wide Grip Pulldowns 180x10 / 270x10 / 320x8 / 370x6

    Dumbbell Rows 160x8 / 160x8 / 160x7

    Rack Deadlifts 135x10 / 225x10 / 315x10 / 405x8 (Grip failed but felt damn strong otherwise)

    Padded T-Bar Rows 135x10 / 180x8 / 205x6 / 90x20

    Cable Pullovers (FST-5) 150x10 / 150x10 / 140x10 / 130x10 / 120x10 (Searing pump from these!!!)

    Barbell Shrugs 135x10 / 225x10 / 315x10

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    - sick back pump today!
    - felt really good training today, didn't fatigue and strength was great
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    A lot of power lifters catch a lot of griff for being fat,by bodybuilding standards, I have seen power lifters switch over to bodybuilding and CRUSH bodybuilders on stage.

    When you do learn to diet down your going to out muscle a lot of guys(if not all of them)
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    How long you resting between sets? And how long is your total lift time? It seems like your muscular endurance with heavy weight is nothing short of impressive. Good lifting excellent power.
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    Workouts take an hour to an hour and 15 minutes. Rest periods depend on how hard i'm huffing and puffing.
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    Damn that is a great workout Pun!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by punthra View Post
    Workouts take an hour to an hour and 15 minutes. Rest periods depend on how hard i'm huffing and puffing.
    lol that's how I time mine...
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    Quote Originally Posted by punthra View Post
    Workouts take an hour to an hour and 15 minutes. Rest periods depend on how hard i'm huffing and puffing.
    Jason I just sent you a e-mail. Your PM box is full.
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    Here's tuesday's Chest / Biceps workout....


    Incline Barbell Presses sup/ Bodyweight Dips (Set 1) 135x10 & BWx10 (Set 2) 185x10 &
    BWx10 (Set 3) 235x10 & BWx10

    Flat Barbell Presses 135x5 / 185x5 / 235x5 / 285x5

    Incline Dumbbell Flyes Sup/ Cable Crossovers (Set 1) 40x10 & 50x10 (Set 2) 50x10 &
    60x10 (Set 3) 60x10 & 70x10 (Set 4) 70x8 & 80x8

    Dumbbell Preacher Curls 35x10 / 40x10 / 45x10

    Hammer Bar Curls 75x15 / 95x12 / 115x10

    Notes:
    - felt weak on chest so i backed off and thrashed it in a different way
    - diet has been a little wonky for the last couple of days due to being so busy
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