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    Quote Originally Posted by SwolenONE View Post
    I heard about his recent feat of strength, insane!
    And he did it right here in TX!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    And he did it right here in TX!
    I heard on rxmuscle the RC Classic was pretty epic, cant believe Coleman, Branch and Jackson didnt show up though to guest pose as they were supposed to... seems odd
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    Update for yesterday: Bench Day

    XFA Notes: Think I'm reaching a steady state with AA - I'm not noticing major mood improvements anymore and haven't seen any huge strength increases this week, so far.

    Wednesdays AM session:

    Superset: OHP/Mini-band Facepulls
    135x5/ x15
    155x3/ x17
    185x3/ x20
    195x3/ x20
    205x3/ x20
    225x1 - this was really a push press. Had to use some leg drive and decided I'd had enough.

    Superset: Floor Press/ HS Shrugs
    225x5/ 3plates per side x12
    245x5/ 4 " x10
    275x3/ 4 " x10
    295x3/ 5 " x8
    315x3/ 5 " x8
    335x1/ 5 " x8

    HS Press:
    70 per side x15
    70 " x12
    80 " x10
    80 " x10
    70 " x10
    70 " x10

    Finished up with triceps rehab.

    PM Session:

    Superset: Incline Cable Flies/ Incline DB Curls with double contraction
    35x20/ 40x12
    45x15/ 40x12
    55x12/ 40x10
    55x9/ 40x10
    65x8/ 40x10
    55x10/ 40x8
    45x10/ 40x10
    55x10/ 40x10
    45x10/ 40x8
    45x10/ 40x8

    Finished off with some reverse fat bar preachers, hammer curls and a few giant sets of various db curls together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    Finished up with triceps rehab.
    What exercises are you doing for the triceps rehab?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thundergod View Post
    What exercises are you doing for the triceps rehab?
    It varies. This time I did super slow bodyweight triceps extensions with my hands on a bench, followed by light rope extensions.

    I focus on taking each rep slowly, and contracting the muscle hard through the range of motion. It's really helped a lot.
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    subbed, sorry i was so late.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    subbed, sorry i was so late.
    How dare you?!

    Nah, man, no worries. Glad to have ya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    How dare you?!

    Nah, man, no worries. Glad to have ya.
    work nick, gotta grab all the ot the old body can take.


    btw-aa is great stuff. i see you are enjoying it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    It varies. This time I did super slow bodyweight triceps extensions with my hands on a bench, followed by light rope extensions.

    I focus on taking each rep slowly, and contracting the muscle hard through the range of motion. It's really helped a lot.
    lifting has been a whole new ball game for me now that I carefully avoid injuries and try and eliminate nagging aches and pains, looks like your triceps are quite strong from those pressing numbers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    work nick, gotta grab all the ot the old body can take.


    btw-aa is great stuff. i see you are enjoying it.
    An admirable work ethic, especially in this economy. Yup, I'm liking XFA - the more I think about it, the more I think it would an awesome ancillary to an anabolic cycle.

    Quote Originally Posted by SwolenONE View Post
    lifting has been a whole new ball game for me now that I carefully avoid injuries and try and eliminate nagging aches and pains, looks like your triceps are quite strong from those pressing numbers!
    My tris are REALLY weak in comparison to what they once were, but I'm working my way back. And, I have no intention of hurting myself again - triceps isolation from here on will be primarily for the purpose of strengthening the joints and tendons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    An admirable work ethic, especially in this economy. Yup, I'm liking XFA - the more I think about it, the more I think it would an awesome ancillary to an anabolic cycle.



    My tris are REALLY weak in comparison to what they once were, but I'm working my way back. And, I have no intention of hurting myself again - triceps isolation from here on will be primarily for the purpose of strengthening the joints and tendons.
    This log has re-aroused my desire to get back on some AA. It worked well for me in the past. Great strength gains.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    This log has re-aroused my desire to get back on some AA. It worked well for me in the past. Great strength gains.
    glad to hear it worked well for you and youll be gaining again with it soon!
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    [QUOTE=Resolve;2826627]An admirable work ethic, especially in this economy. Yup, I'm liking XFA - the more I think about it, the more I think it would an awesome ancillary to an anabolic cycle.



    or pct. from all i have read aa and daa would go great together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    This log has re-aroused my desire to get back on some AA. It worked well for me in the past. Great strength gains.
    Nice man, it's surprisingly effective, given the level of hype typically associated with flagship products like this. I've got more to relate on that note below.

    Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    or pct. from all i have read aa and daa would go great together.
    Good point. I'm a little wary of DAA due to the prostate troubles I've seen arise in several users, but that combo would likely be a lot of fun with some Stinging Nettle thrown it.

    Weekend Update!
    I had another seminar to give on Friday and a proposal due on Monday, so I've been very busy that last few days. Thankfully, it's the weekend, so writing/studying doesn't compete with class, which frees up more time to lift!

    XFA Notes: Definitely grown accustomed mentally to XFA now; I don't get any sort of mood boost at all following a dose. However, I continue to see surprising jumps in strength for certain movements, so XFA is still definitely doing its thing.

    On Friday the highlight of the day was pulling 475 from a 4" deficit with perfect form. While considerable less than what I can pull for a normal deadlift, standing on a 4" platform greatly increases the difficulty of the movement, so I was pleased with this solid pull.

    On Saturday, I knocked out a triple with 255 on OH Pin Press, a massive PR! Considering at my strongest last year I managed a single with 275, I'd say my strength is coming back nicely.

    Also on Saturday I did a triple on weighted Dips with 115. Again, no where near a PR, but the most I've dipped since I got tendonitis.

    Today's an off-day, but tomorrow I squat. And truth be told, I had the first cheat meal I've had in a long time to prepare for the carnage I intend to wreak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    Tomorrow I squat.

    I prepare for the carnage I intend to wreak.
    Highly anticipating the ensuing carnage.

    Unleash the fury, warrior!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thundergod View Post
    Highly anticipating the ensuing carnage.

    Unleash the fury, warrior!!!

    that you in that pic, tg?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    that you in that pic, tg?
    Nay, my mortal friend. Tis verily mine brother-eternal Nick in yon photo.

    Here I be.


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    Quote Originally Posted by thundergod View Post
    Highly anticipating the ensuing carnage.

    Unleash the fury, warrior!!!

    Shoot I need some of this Epic Motivation in my log. Although until tomorrow it wont have been worthy of it.

    I bet you destroy your legs tomorrow with squats after a good cheat meal Nick.
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    I went to the movies this weekend and saw a preview for the new Connan The Barbarian movie
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    I went to the movies this weekend and saw a preview for the new Connan The Barbarian movie
    how does it look? tell me its not like that new predator movie where they replaced the original mass monsters with some of the thinnest emaciated male figures Ive ever seen in an action movie...
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    I went to the movies this weekend and saw a preview for the new Connan The Barbarian movie
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    how does it look? tell me its not like that new predator movie where they replaced the original mass monsters with some of the thinnest emaciated male figures Ive ever seen in an action movie...
    It looks like dog crap!! They went with Jason Momoa, a friggin' fitness model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thundergod View Post
    It looks like dog crap!! They went with Jason Momoa, a friggin' fitness model.

    The gayness level I just saw in that clip probably makes Arnold want to puke. Words cannot describe the disappointment, it will not even come close to the originals.
    If my direct and cynical approach bothers you, just ignore it. I'm just saying what you need to hear ;).
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    Quote Originally Posted by oufinny View Post
    The gayness level I just saw in that clip probably makes Arnold want to puke. Words cannot describe the disappointment, it will not even come close to the originals.
    I haven't seen the previews for it...and actually wasn't aware of a remake...but crap....why....whhhhhhy are they even trying....? Originality for the most part really is dead in hollywood...dang!

    ...I wasn't all that pumped about Thor...but after having seen the preview for that...think it looks pretty good....
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    Quote Originally Posted by oufinny View Post
    The gayness level I just saw in that clip probably makes Arnold want to puke. Words cannot describe the disappointment, it will not even come close to the originals.
    You got that shizz right!! It's gonna be a terrible movie. I may not even watch it when it goes to DVD.

    They could have at least gone with the German giant Ralf Moeller who was in the TV series. He was 6'6" and around 270.

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    Mariusz Pudzianowski with a mean beard would have been great, but who knows about his acting talent.
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    Lol, wow, y'all are keeping busy in here I see! Mariusz with a beard would be epic in any movie, I don't care how he acts.
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    Thought the MN reps might be interested to see this, it was in a paper I read last night pertaining to one of my projects:

    Polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as arachidonic acid, have the potential to reduce SREBP-1c transcription by two mechanisms: i) they bind LXRa, functioning as competitive antagonists, and ii) the inhibit the proteolytic activation of SREBP-1 isoforms, potentially interfering with feedforward stimulation of SREBP-1c transcription through SRE... [100nM] Arachidonic Acid reduced basal transcription [of SREBP-1c] by 70% and severely blunted response to insulin.
    SREBP-1c is a primary regulator of lipid synthesis. In other words - AA severely decreases insulin's fat-building capacity with a sufficient dose.
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    Define sufficient.
    Always open light. Itís not what you open with, itís what you finish with. Louie Simmons
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Define sufficient.
    That's the real question. 100nM in vitro is hard to convert to an in vivo dose without any other info.
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    Ok gotcha. Like what I am learning in here about AA.
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    So this week I'm only lifting once a day - I'm just too busy to squeeze in two-a-days. Nonetheless, I obliterated myself yesterday. It made me remember why I like two-a-days; they allow for better recovery between your main lifts and accessory movements.

    XFA notes: Nothing new to report.

    Box Squats:
    135x5
    225x5
    275x3
    315x3
    365x3
    405x3
    285x20 - Widowmaker. I swear I saw Jesus reaching out to me. This last set kept me nauseous for the rest of the workout.

    SLDLs:
    135x5 - thick, false, snatch grip
    225x5 - thick, false, snatch grip
    275x5 - thick, false, snatch grip
    315x3 - thick, snatch grip
    Finished these off with a set of power shrugs to failure with 405. I got 18 reps.

    Squats and SLDLs were supersetted with seated calf raises.

    DC Set Leg Curls:
    200x11 +4 +1 +partials to failure

    DC Set Leg Exts:
    300x20 +12 +11

    Finished up with some more calves and some hanging leg raises.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thundergod View Post
    It looks like dog crap!! They went with Jason Momoa, a friggin' fitness model.

    WTF! He looks tiny and like a weakling. If they get anyone with decent size in the movie he will look like a little bitch next to them. You would think they would be able to get someone with decent size. It is like they didnt even try.
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    Good looking log.

    Not sure about the new Conan, will reserve opinions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    WTF! He looks tiny and like a weakling. If they get anyone with decent size in the movie he will look like a little bitch next to them. You would think they would be able to get someone with decent size. It is like they didnt even try.
    It's because pretty boys sell tickets right now. I've heard women say Jason Statham has too much muscle - the guys in shape, but c'mon! Lean, but not large physiques are in, and I feel like it's one more way society is emasculating its men.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    It's because pretty boys sell tickets right now. I've heard women say Jason Statham has too much muscle - the guys in shape, but c'mon! Lean, but not large physiques are in, and I feel like it's one more way society is emasculating its men.
    Brother, we might as well face it. A lot of people and especially the women-folk would think you and I are freaks. I'm getting a lot of looks lately since it's tank-top/wife-beater wearing weather. I'm 260 lbs and probably 10% bodyfat right now with veins everywhere.
    I'm garnering attention.....both good and bad. Dudes are eye-ballin' me with them mean-mug looks.
    Gonna have to school a fool.......I just know it.
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    I'd pick being strong/big and having to deal with looks anytime over being another flabby, faceless blob of mediocrity. I think it is mindset lost on the masses, but a man must strive for greatness! I'm not anything special, but I'll be damned if I let that stop me from fighting for it!

    Just make sure that when your skinny-fat victim get pummeled, he realizes what an honor it is to be beaten by a god.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    It's because pretty boys sell tickets right now. I've heard women say Jason Statham has too much muscle - the guys in shape, but c'mon! Lean, but not large physiques are in, and I feel like it's one more way society is emasculating its men.
    Too true. Sad a guy's movie is being dictated by what women want to see. What is Jason a buck sixty? Pretty soon it is going to be illegal to have balls.



    Quote Originally Posted by thundergod View Post
    Brother, we might as well face it. A lot of people and especially the women-folk would think you and I are freaks. I'm getting a lot of looks lately since it's tank-top/wife-beater wearing weather. I'm 260 lbs and probably 10% bodyfat right now with veins everywhere.
    I'm garnering attention.....both good and bad. Dudes are eye-ballin' me with them mean-mug looks.
    Gonna have to school a fool.......I just know it.
    Ya people dont talk to me lol. Although this little old lady in a motorized scooter ask me to get soda for her on the top shelf at the grocery store today so

    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    I'd pick being strong/big and having to deal with looks anytime over being another flabby, faceless blob of mediocrity. I think it is mindset lost on the masses, but a man must strive for greatness! I'm not anything special, but I'll be damned if I let that stop me from fighting for it!

    Just make sure that when your skinny-fat victim get pummeled, he realizes what an honor it is to be beaten by a god.
    I know that is my goal. Im a long ways off but I am def working on it.

    Amen to that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    I'd pick being strong/big and having to deal with looks anytime over being another flabby, faceless blob of mediocrity.
    I wouldn't trade my strength for all the gold in Gladsheim!!

    I use more weight for Bent-Over Rows than most dudes use for Deadlifts.
    Monday on Bent-Over Rows I did 405 X 11 reps.

    And just yesterday training chest, I did Flat DB Presses with 150's X 10 reps.

    The lean physique is merely a by-product for me. I'm all about the strength, my brethren.
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    You make me wanna go row now. My bb row form began to have a lot of bodylanguage in it, so I've been using other row variations. I'll have to start loading the barbell back up for those soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    You make me wanna go row now. My bb row form began to have a lot of bodylanguage in it, so I've been using other row variations. I'll have to start loading the barbell back up for those soon.
    me too, i can get a little jerky with them a la ronnie coleman
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