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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewski12 View Post
    2 scoops of hemoval and my arms looked awesome today
    good to hear!

    2 scoops hemavol + 2 scoops compete.............1g agmatine, 6g cit-mal, 4g of caritines, gms, norvaline................only good things can come from this
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldwanus View Post
    good to hear!

    2 scoops hemavol + 2 scoops compete.............1g agmatine, 6g cit-mal, 4g of caritines, gms, norvaline................only good things can come from this
    Hmm, it almost sounds like we have good doses of good things...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGilmore View Post
    Hmm, it almost sounds like we have good doses of good things...
    + the VaughnTrue extract. not only does it help improve flavor, its been shown to be 1000x as anabolic as test.





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    Quote Originally Posted by baldwanus View Post
    + the VaughnTrue extract. not only does it help improve flavor, its been shown to be 1000x as anabolic as test.





    I've been forced to OD on the extract.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldwanus View Post
    good to hear!

    2 scoops hemavol + 2 scoops compete.............1g agmatine, 6g cit-mal, 4g of caritines, gms, norvaline................only good things can come from this
    Only amazing things can come from this
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    Tuesday: Legs & Calves (HIIT) 8-21

    Leg Extensions
    125×15 warm-up set
    160×12
    220×11

    Squats
    205 x 12
    255 x 11
    285x 8
    350 x 4

    Hack Squats
    180×12 warm-up set
    230×9

    Lying Leg Curls
    75×12 warm-up set
    100×10

    Stiff-legged Deadlifts
    165 ×10

    Single-Leg Curls
    115 x 10

    Standing Calf Raises (30 second rest)
    225×12 warm-up set
    245×12

    Seated Calf Raises (30 second rest)
    280 x 12
    280 x 12
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    I am changing my routine a bit. I will only be doing biceps and triceps once a week now. 3 exercises for 3 set. volume must likely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewski12 View Post
    I am changing my routine a bit. I will only be doing biceps and triceps once a week now. 3 exercises for 3 set. volume must likely.
    Ive never liked training any muscle group more then once a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StackedCop View Post
    Ive never liked training any muscle group more then once a week.
    If I'm trying to get my weight up I destroy my body parts
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    Quote Originally Posted by StackedCop View Post
    Ive never liked training any muscle group more then once a week.
    Me2, although I have a 4 day split, sometimes I train a 5th day, so I end up hitting a bodypart twice, but its more rare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewski12 View Post
    If I'm trying to get my weight up I destroy my body parts
    Then you're taking the right stack

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    Quote Originally Posted by StackedCop View Post
    Ive never liked training any muscle group more then once a week.
    Im in the same boat as you...I try to beat up the body part in which I'll need a good 5-7 days to recover from DOMS
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    Quote Originally Posted by criticalbench View Post
    Me2, although I have a 4 day split, sometimes I train a 5th day, so I end up hitting a bodypart twice, but its more rare.

    Mike
    I kind of follow a similar split idea. Usually I'll train a 5th day and work on a weaker or lagging body part just to try and get some more stimulation. Adding Compete in has really helped my overall recovery and made adding the extra day easy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loudy Rowdy View Post
    Im in the same boat as you...I try to beat up the body part in which I'll need a good 5-7 days to recover from DOMS
    Real men train with DOMs. Stay small bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by criticalbench View Post
    Real men train with DOMs. Stay small bro
    Real men don't get DOMs
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    Quote Originally Posted by PuZo View Post
    Real men don't get DOMs
    Real men don't live in Canada

    Also, any updates OP?
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    Quote Originally Posted by allnatural923 View Post
    Real men don't live in Canada

    Also, any updates OP?
    Sorry for the delay. My computer crapped out had to get a hard drive put it.
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    Monday: Legs & Calves (HIIT)

    Leg Extensions
    125×15 warm-up set
    175×12
    220×10

    Squats
    205 x 12
    255 x 11
    275x 8
    350 x5

    Hack Squats
    180×12 warm-up set
    230×9

    Lying Leg Curls
    75×12 warm-up set
    100×10

    Stiff-legged Deadlifts
    165 ×10

    Leg Curls
    120 x 10

    Standing Calf Raises (30 second rest)
    225×12 warm-up set
    225×12

    Seated Calf Raises (30 second rest)
    280 x 12
    280 x 12
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    Tuesday: Shoulders, Traps, and Triceps

    Military press
    140×15 warm-up set
    175×12 warm-up set
    225×5

    Seated Laterals (Dumbbells)
    30×12 warm-up set
    45×8

    One-Arm Cable Laterals
    25×20 warm-up set
    40×9

    Dumbbell Shrugs
    225×12 warm-up set
    225×12

    Triceps Pushdown (Rope)
    20×15 warm-up set
    40×12 warm-up set
    50×10
    35× drop set

    Close Grip Barbell Extensions
    65×12 warm-up set
    75×10
    65× drop set
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    Wednesday: Chest, Biceps

    Incline Barbell Press
    140×12 warm-up set
    170×8 warm-up set
    205×8

    Bench Presses (Dumbbells)
    75×10 warm-up set
    95×9

    Incline Dumbbell Flyes
    35×10 warm-up set
    45×12

    Flys
    40×13

    Preacher Curls
    75×10 warm-up set
    105×6-8

    Barbell Curls (Olympic bar)
    50×10 warm-up set
    90 x 8

    Alternating curls
    25×10 warm-up set
    35×9
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    Thursday: Leg and Shoulder VOLUME

    Leg Extensions
    125 x 12
    175 x 10
    215 x 9


    Leg Press
    295 x 15
    405 x 12
    510 x 9


    DB Shoulder Press
    50 x 15
    140 x 12
    160 x 10
    175 x 8
    200 x 7

    Straight Leg Deadlift
    140 x 12
    170 x 10
    190 x 9

    Lateral Raise
    30 x 10
    40 x 8
    50 x 5

    Leg Curl
    95 x 12
    130 x 10
    165 x 7
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    Saturday: Back, Rear Delts, Biceps

    Pulldowns
    110×15 warm-up set
    150×12 warm-up set
    175×8

    V-Bar Pulldowns
    150×12 warm-up set
    190×9

    Cable rows (overhand grip)
    70× 10
    90 x 10

    Incline Reverse Flys
    20× 12

    Bent-Over DB Raises
    25× 12

    Weighted Hyperextensions
    45×12

    Deadlifts
    250× 8 warm-up
    350× 7

    Preacher Curls
    65×12 warm-up set
    90×9

    Seated Curls
    25×12 warm-up set
    35×10

    Barbell Curls (Olympic bar)
    70×12 warm-up set
    100×8
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    interesting...you did shoulders on thrusday and then rear delts on Sat... is that enough time for your rear delts to recover from Thursday's workout? just wondering... I keep seeing people getting sidetracked with shoulder injuries so Im ultra-careful when I plan my workouts around my shoulders
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loudy Rowdy View Post
    interesting...you did shoulders on thrusday and then rear delts on Sat... is that enough time for your rear delts to recover from Thursday's workout? just wondering... I keep seeing people getting sidetracked with shoulder injuries so Im ultra-careful when I plan my workouts around my shoulders
    Should be fine if he keeps some rotator cuff work in there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loudy Rowdy View Post
    interesting...you did shoulders on thrusday and then rear delts on Sat... is that enough time for your rear delts to recover from Thursday's workout? just wondering... I keep seeing people getting sidetracked with shoulder injuries so Im ultra-careful when I plan my workouts around my shoulders
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    Should be fine if he keeps some rotator cuff work in there.
    Always good to take it easy though. Rotator cuff injuries don't go away in a week...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PuZo View Post
    Always good to take it easy though. Rotator cuff injuries don't go away in a week...
    almost 10 years later, my shoulder still isnt the same as before my rotator cuff injury
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldwanus View Post
    almost 10 years later, my shoulder still isnt the same as before my rotator cuff injury
    just maybe our new joint supplement will do the trick
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loudy Rowdy View Post
    interesting...you did shoulders on thrusday and then rear delts on Sat... is that enough time for your rear delts to recover from Thursday's workout? just wondering... I keep seeing people getting sidetracked with shoulder injuries so Im ultra-careful when I plan my workouts around my shoulders
    On this split my rear delts don't get worked out on Thursday. Just front and sides. If they are it's indirectly. I alternate between the two every couple months it doesn't really matter, for me I don't have to overly stimulate my posterior delts either since they are a small muscle. I always have gotten great results 2 exercises for 2 set of 12-15 reps with rear delts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGilmore View Post
    Should be fine if he keeps some rotator cuff work in there.
    I do about 2 or 3 sets at the beginning of my training and at the end of my days training shoulders and chest. That's a good amount of work for the rotator cuffs.

    Main reason I don't bench anymore with a bar right there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldwanus View Post
    almost 10 years later, my shoulder still isnt the same as before my rotator cuff injury
    I know a few people like that.
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    PS this coming Monday I am changing my workout routine to straight up volume. All muscle groups done once a week. I might do legs twice I'm not sure yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewski12 View Post
    PS this coming Monday I am changing my workout routine to straight up volume. All muscle groups done once a week. I might do legs twice I'm not sure yet
    Will you be doing 1 scoop or 2 scoops of Compete?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PuZo

    Will you be doing 1 scoop or 2 scoops of Compete?
    2 scoops still
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewski12 View Post
    I know a few people like that.
    i was a pitcher in in little league.....when i was like 13/14 i partially tore my rotator cuff.......before i got hurt, i was throwing 70-75mph fastballs with accuracy. i was damn good. and now, even years later and considering i actually workout and all that now, i still cant throw as hard as i did back then. havent lost my accuracy though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewski12 View Post
    PS this coming Monday I am changing my workout routine to straight up volume. All muscle groups done once a week. I might do legs twice I'm not sure yet
    doing legs twice a week is killer, but so worth it. definitely helped me make my legs a strong point
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldwanus View Post
    i was a pitcher in in little league.....when i was like 13/14 i partially tore my rotator cuff.......before i got hurt, i was throwing 70-75mph fastballs with accuracy. i was damn good. and now, even years later and considering i actually workout and all that now, i still cant throw as hard as i did back then. havent lost my accuracy though
    dang man...you probably would be playing for the Yankees by now


    I'm thinking about giving shoulders its "own day"....something I havent done before...like ever
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldwanus View Post
    i was a pitcher in in little league.....when i was like 13/14 i partially tore my rotator cuff.......before i got hurt, i was throwing 70-75mph fastballs with accuracy. i was damn good. and now, even years later and considering i actually workout and all that now, i still cant throw as hard as i did back then. havent lost my accuracy though

    LMAO, I played ice hockey and baseball, I just played baseball because it was the cool thing to do, didn't really like it in 4th grade. I was a pitcher.. one game I threw the ball over the batters cage when pitching in game.. when i did that, I walked off the field and quit ! So freakin serious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by criticalbench View Post
    LMAO, I played ice hockey and baseball, I just played baseball because it was the cool thing to do, didn't really like it in 4th grade. I was a pitcher.. one game I threw the ball over the batters cage when pitching in game.. when i did that, I walked off the field and quit ! So freakin serious.
    I play Basketball and I probably could of played anything. I was just too good at everything to be awesome at one thing
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    how did you like the first day of changing up your routine bro?
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    I don't have the weight bc I left the paper at the gym. I always work out at home but on Monday I went to my friends gym with him.

    Monday: LEGS

    Squat:
    4 sets of 15-8

    Leg Press
    3 sets of 6-12 reps

    Lunges
    3 sets of 20 total steps

    Leg Extensions
    3 sets of 10-12

    Lying Hamstring Curls
    3 x 6-12

    Seated Hamstring Curls
    3 x 6-12

    Seated Calf Raise
    3 x 6-12

    Standing Calf Raise
    3 x 6-12
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