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    Quote Originally Posted by Marms View Post
    I kinda like the claw game that you are playing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    Your own fault for drinking powdered sh1t Dave, I have taught you better than to have NO Xplode haha. (half kidding, half serious).
    Haha! I know I know... but it was just a little sample and I figured why not! Besides it shows what stacks up to SpeedX3 which is NADA at the moment !

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    I kinda like the claw game that you are playing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    Do elaborate please Marms, I have not grasped the meaning of this sentence at all.
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    Just my metaphor for how I'm choosing what preworkout to use I literally have them all sitting in a plastic bag and I don't look when I stick my hand in there so it literally IS a claw game just like the ones you see in Walmart!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    Do elaborate please Marms, I have not grasped the meaning of this sentence at all.
    His sticking his hand in the bag of samples to see what pwo he will use for that day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJBeanPole View Post
    I have always done them on back day for as long as I can remember. But ever since their incorporation into my workouts I was using the wrong form which always involved more of my back. Now that I've changed things up I can see how they would be suited for leg day because my quads definitely got sore after doing them for awhile. However, I find my leg day to be taxing enough. Between squats, front squats, and leg press I don't think I'd be able to managed adding deadlifts in. Even if I did, they would be SLDL instead of conventional which is beneficial for the use of the lower posterior chain. I've just gotten used to it as part of my back routine!
    On a lower body day they would be most beneficial. You don't have to pull every week, specially if you have been taxing the CNS with Dead Lifts, Squats , Front squats all along. However I would never recommend someone squating the same day as deadlifting anyhow. I would say you can do Dead Lift (SLDL and/or Sumo Deadlifit) on Leg Days every other week instead of Squats, or simply have 2 lower body days, one for Pulling (dead, SLDL) and Posterior Chain activation (Good Mornings, Bridges) with core engagement, AND another lower body day for Pushing , Hamstring/Quad engagement and core engagement too. Alas one day for Deads, and one for Squats. It is just my opinion, but changing the manner of the lifts will stimulate the CNS better, and not to mention will be better for the metabolic advantages they pose for bulking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marms View Post
    His sticking his hand in the bag of samples to see what pwo he will use for that day.
    Oh I gets it now! Hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJBeanPole View Post
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    Just my metaphor for how I'm choosing what preworkout to use I literally have them all sitting in a plastic bag and I don't look when I stick my hand in there so it literally IS a claw game just like the ones you see in Walmart!
    This would not work with prodigy samples since they are in the little bottles you would know what you are picking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marms View Post
    This would not work with prodigy samples since they are in the little bottles you would know what you are picking.
    Dump them in Zip Lock Baggies and label them Prodigy, do that with all the other samples...thus it's fair.
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    I have a bunch of stuff also and not much compares. Im running low on the Speedx3 I been saving it for squat or deadlift day LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marms View Post
    I kinda like the claw game that you are playing.
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    Just my metaphor for how I'm choosing what preworkout to use I literally have them all sitting in a plastic bag and I don't look when I stick my hand in there so it literally IS a claw game just like the ones you see in Walmart!


    That's classic!! LOVE THE CLAW GAME!!!


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    Check out my new log - TIME TO GET BACK TO WORK w/ Lecheek's Ripped Cocktail!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Q View Post
    That's classic!! LOVE THE CLAW GAME!!!


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    Haha stolen and posted on FB
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattys4 View Post
    Haha stolen and posted on FB

    Well, I stole it from FB!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Q View Post
    Well, I stole it from FB!!!
    so i guess we are both crooks then
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    Dump them in Zip Lock Baggies and label them Prodigy, do that with all the other samples...thus it's fair.
    Touchee!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    On a lower body day they would be most beneficial. You don't have to pull every week, specially if you have been taxing the CNS with Dead Lifts, Squats , Front squats all along. However I would never recommend someone squating the same day as deadlifting anyhow. I would say you can do Dead Lift (SLDL and/or Sumo Deadlifit) on Leg Days every other week instead of Squats, or simply have 2 lower body days, one for Pulling (dead, SLDL) and Posterior Chain activation (Good Mornings, Bridges) with core engagement, AND another lower body day for Pushing , Hamstring/Quad engagement and core engagement too. Alas one day for Deads, and one for Squats. It is just my opinion, but changing the manner of the lifts will stimulate the CNS better, and not to mention will be better for the metabolic advantages they pose for bulking.
    You might be on to something here. I've been contemplating changing up my lifting routine for awhile... either by going less volume/sets (maximum 4-6 exercises total with 16-24 total sets) on lifting days to see if I'm overtraining OR switch completely to PHAT since my body does seem to enjoy high volume. I like your idea of rotating out squats/deadlifts for leg day though. Would free up more time for me on a dedicated back day and make leg day not so strenuous
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    I do kinda what celly said 2- 3leg days a week rotating squats and deads
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattys4 View Post
    I do kinda what celly said 2- 3leg days a week rotating squats and deads
    I may just have to switch things up! My pencil thin bird legs will appreciate it!
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    Dude your 6'9"

    ...I think it'd be pretty tough to not have bird legs!
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    You'd probably squat 500 and your legs would still look small because of how tall you are!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJBeanPole View Post
    You might be on to something here. I've been contemplating changing up my lifting routine for awhile... either by going less volume/sets (maximum 4-6 exercises total with 16-24 total sets) on lifting days to see if I'm overtraining OR switch completely to PHAT since my body does seem to enjoy high volume. I like your idea of rotating out squats/deadlifts for leg day though. Would free up more time for me on a dedicated back day and make leg day not so strenuous
    Celly might be small , but Celly is growing powerful and smarter !
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    DAY 40: HIIT

    No pic this time. Took my iPod with me that has Nike+ on it along with the sensor I have in my shoe. I was going to post to you guys the graph of today's running so you could see just that instead of me taking a picture of the treadmill but I had not calibrated it for running so I had to get that out of the way. I must need to calibrate it for walking as well because about 2 miles into the cycles the iPod said I had only gone about .88 miles but according the treadmill I was nearing 2 miles... so... scratch that idea! I think the Nike+ for the iPod would only came in handy during LISS.

    Either way today's cardio was fun, EASY, and AWESOME!

    I did a 10 minute mile at 6.0mph first so the sensor could learn my pace, and then I did 10 cycles of 30 second sprints at 9.5mph (with exception of the last cycle I sprinted at 10mph) with 1:30 walk at 4.0mph. It felt so easy and I was surprised because the last HIIT session I did felt like I was going to give up near the halfway point! I could have kept going forever today it felt like! After the 10 cycles I cooled down with a 6.0mph jog and then slowed to a walk decreasing the pace every minute until I was done.

    Distance: 3.5 miles
    Time: 40 minutes
    Calories: 600
    Felt: AWESOME

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJBeanPole View Post
    DAY 40: HIIT

    No pic this time. Took my iPod with me that has Nike+ on it along with the sensor I have in my shoe. I was going to post to you guys the graph of today's running so you could see just that instead of me taking a picture of the treadmill but I had not calibrated it for running so I had to get that out of the way. I must need to calibrate it for walking as well because about 2 miles into the cycles the iPod said I had only gone about .88 miles but according the treadmill I was nearing 2 miles... so... scratch that idea! I think the Nike+ for the iPod would only came in handy during LISS.

    Either way today's cardio was fun, EASY, and AWESOME!

    I did a 10 minute mile at 6.0mph first so the sensor could learn my pace, and then I did 10 cycles of 30 second sprints at 9.5mph (with exception of the last cycle I sprinted at 10mph) with 1:30 walk at 4.0mph. It felt so easy and I was surprised because the last HIIT session I did felt like I was going to give up near the halfway point! I could have kept going forever today it felt like! After the 10 cycles I cooled down with a 6.0mph jog and then slowed to a walk decreasing the pace every minute until I was done.

    Distance: 3.5 miles
    Time: 40 minutes
    Calories: 600
    Felt: AWESOME

    Stay tuned,

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    I walked 2 miles at 3.5 does that count for anything ? Not really
    BEAR DOWN !!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marms

    I walked 2 miles at 3.5 does that count for anything ? Not really
    BEAR DOWN !!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJBeanPole View Post
    Literal bear down!
    hahahahah.
    Cant wait to hear him cry to all the reporters. Wahhhh im a baby.
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    DAY 41: REST

    Didn't sleep very well last night. I've been having some dull aching pains that originate in the left hamstring but only when I'm laying down and if I try to go from laying on my back to my right or left side it turns into a shooting pain I'm wondering if I did something to it from HIIT yesterday or if this is a remnant of my back issue from a few weeks ago. Tomorrow will be leg day. Hopefully it goes away!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarc View Post
    How did I miss this thread...... Subbed.
    Its only been around for .... ohhh.... 40 days or so now
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJBeanPole View Post
    Its only been around for .... ohhh.... 40 days or so now
    shizz well am glad am in here tho, lots of reading to do.!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarc View Post
    shizz well am glad am in here tho, lots of reading to do.!
    Better late than never. Glad to have you here!
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