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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey99 View Post
    Nice workout today Cary. Glad to see there was no drama getting in to the gym today!
    No drama yesterday except for a few weights not put up again. And not having more time to blow my biceps up
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    Day 18 - Did shoulders and upper back today
    Hammer Strength Iso-lat Low Row: 2-45x10,10 2-45/10x10 2-45/25x6
    Cable Facepulls: 45x20 50x20 55x20
    Seated DB Press: 30x10 35x10 40x10 45x10 **
    DB Lateral Raise: 20x10 25x10,10
    45lb plate Front Raise: 3sets x 10 reps
    Hammer Strength Iso-Lat Pulldown: 45x10,10 45/10,10 45/25x7

    **The DB Presses were KILLER (in a good way)!! Felt really strong when doing them, actually wanted to try the 50's but my body told me to just calm down and get them next time. So I listened to my body, don't need to hurt myself.
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    good stuff in there, shoulders are my favorite bodypart to hammer.
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    Day 19 - Legs
    It took me a little while to get settled in this morning. Couldn't find the right exercises that didn't hurt.
    I tried squats (135x7) but it was too much pressure on my shoulders
    Hack Squats: 45x10 45/25x10 - didn't like these either
    Body masters Super Leg Press: 240x10 270x15 300x15 320x10 350x10 400x7 (400 is the max) **
    Leg Extensions: 260x10,10,7
    Standing Calf Raises: 320x15 340x10 360x20

    ** This is my new favorite leg workout! The seat you can adjust, either at a 45 degree angle or lying all the way down. I maxed out on the weight for this machine!! I also can adjust the distance the pad is where I put my feet. I will use this machine more and play with the distance and chair adjustment to really isolate my legs. **
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary K
    Day 19 - Legs
    It took me a little while to get settled in this morning. Couldn't find the right exercises that didn't hurt.
    I tried squats (135x7) but it was too much pressure on my shoulders
    Hack Squats: 45x10 45/25x10 - didn't like these either
    Body masters Super Leg Press: 240x10 270x15 300x15 320x10 350x10 400x7 (400 is the max) **
    Leg Extensions: 260x10,10,7
    Standing Calf Raises: 320x15 340x10 360x20

    ** This is my new favorite leg workout! The seat you can adjust, either at a 45 degree angle or lying all the way down. I maxed out on the weight for this machine!! I also can adjust the distance the pad is where I put my feet. I will use this machine more and play with the distance and chair adjustment to really isolate my legs. **
    Good job today Cary. I'm glad you were able to find something that was comfortable enough to do but still made you feel like you were really working your legs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey99 View Post
    Good job today Cary. I'm glad you were able to find something that was comfortable enough to do but still made you feel like you were really working your legs.
    My legs are still a little shakey, LOVE IT!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary K View Post
    My legs are still a little shakey, LOVE IT!!!
    I love the felling you get after trying a new exercise like that. Sometimes the DOMS can be pretty bad for a few days, but it's worth it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey99 View Post
    I love the felling you get after trying a new exercise like that. Sometimes the DOMS can be pretty bad for a few days, but it's worth it.
    Definately worth the soreness if it works. You know what they say, no pain-no gain.
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    That's a great piece for glutes and hammies too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow View Post
    That's a great piece for glutes and hammies too.
    Nothin like needing help off the stool in the mornings. hahajdg76Team APPNUT
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    I move like an old man its funny as much as it is embarrassing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow View Post
    I move like an old man its funny as much as it is embarrassing.
    If you are walking like an old man that means you put in work...think of it like wearing a badge with pride. The embarrassing part is when you get a cramp in your butt cheek and you literally can't move. lol.

    Cheers!
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    I work with a bunch of women and they always give weird looks when I am waddling around the office with leg DOMS. The worst is when you try a new angle on legs and have sore inner thighs. I have been asked if I have a groin problem before. Most of the women at think walking up two flights of stairs is a killer leg workout though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    If you are walking like an old man that means you put in work...think of it like wearing a badge with pride. The embarrassing part is when you get a cramp in your butt cheek and you literally can't move. lol.

    Cheers!
    I was walking like that about a month ago and a friend I work with, who's beyond flamboyant, had something similar to say - so I read this wrong. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey99
    Cary and Enhanced, I would love to hear how long your rehab took after SLAP repair surgery. Like I said, mine was done a month ago. I ended up needing 3 anchors to reattach it and have been told that it will be a while before I can lift again. Not being able to lift has me a little down and I am finding it difficult to stay motivated. I would love to hear what your experiences were.
    Dewey, sorry this took so long. I finally have a day off w no kids in the house. Lol. About 1 week after my surgery, I began mega dosing the super cissus powder (1 tsp 6-7x a day). I honestly believe that the cissus was a major factor in my speedy recovery. I went to PT for about 2 weeks & tgen decided to do the rest on my own. (The nurses weren't that hot)... I was raising both arms straight up over my head about 3-3.5 weeks after the surgery. I didn't have any anchors placed in me either though.
    I waited to get back in the gym around 4-5 months just to be 100% sure that I was ready. Shoulder now is stronger than ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19

    If you are walking like an old man that means you put in work...think of it like wearing a badge with pride. The embarrassing part is when you get a cramp in your butt cheek and you literally can't move. lol.

    Cheers!
    Was definately moving around slower than usual this weekend due to the DOMS, especially in my quads and my lower glutes.
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    Rest well and HGHUp will help fix that issue through the night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary K

    Was definately moving around slower than usual this weekend due to the DOMS, especially in my quads and my lower glutes.
    I warned you when you did those new leg exercises! It's all good though as that soreness is a good thing. The HGH-Up will help you recover a little faster as mentioned.
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    I started FST-7 workouts this week!!
    Day 22 - ARMS
    Alternate DB Curls: 25x10 30x10 35x10 40x10
    Cable Preacher Curls: 45x10 50x10 55x10 60x10
    BB Curls: 60 - 7 sets x 10 reps WHAT A PUMP FROM THESE!!!
    Cable Rope Pulldowns w/spread at the bottom: 60x12 65x12 70x12 75x12
    Cable Rope Kickback: 30x10 35x7 40x5
    Standing French Press: 60 - 7 sets x 12 reps

    OH YES!!! GOT THE BIG GUNS TODAY AFTER THAT WORKOUT!!!! Feeling great
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    Take a picture!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow View Post
    Take a picture!!
    I will later, at work right now
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    I agree HGH-Up will help with recovery, but definitely be sure try some BCAA's with it pre-bed and also make sure to have no carbs within two hours of taking pre-bed. My personal recommedation is to try Controlled Labs Purple Wraath pre-bed with HGH-Up...it works wonders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    I agree HGH-Up will help with recovery, but definitely be sure try some BCAA's with it pre-bed and also make sure to have no carbs within two hours of taking pre-bed. My personal recommedation is to try Controlled Labs Purple Wraath pre-bed with HGH-Up...it works wonders.

    Cheers!

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    Woah!

    Nice to see you posting back on the boards bud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Woah!

    Nice to see you posting back on the boards bud.
    Yeah I'm back. Nice to be back to. Glad to see some familiar people from the past.

    Cheers my friend!

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    Yesterday - Day 23 - Legs
    Leg Extension: 230x10 245x10 260x10,10
    Super Leg Press: chair at 45 degrees-400# 12 reps x 3 sets chair flat-400# 10 reps, reps
    Seated Leg Curls: 200# 7 reps x 2 sets
    Seated Calf Raises: 2-45/35 15 reps x 7 sets
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    Day 24 - off day from lifting but worked on abs
    Roman Twists: 3 sets of 15 reps
    Oblique Crunches: 3 sets of 10 reps
    Nautilus Ab Machine: 90# 2 sets of 15 reps
    I also took a couple exercises from this video I'm posting. Starting @ 2:25 to 3:07
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJ0lHEd9Eyg
    Plank: 10 secs-one time 20 secs-3 times
    Mountain Climbers: 10 reps, 20 reps, 20 reps, 20 reps
    Double Leg Climbers: same as above
    Circles with the legs: 5 reps, 20, 20, 20

    WOW, those exercises from the video were killer!!!! I'm really gonna feel them for the next couple days.

    A couple of the guys here at work say that I'm looking slimmer, I like hearing that even though I can't see it, I'm glad that others can see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19
    I agree HGH-Up will help with recovery, but definitely be sure try some BCAA's with it pre-bed and also make sure to have no carbs within two hours of taking pre-bed. My personal recommedation is to try Controlled Labs Purple Wraath pre-bed with HGH-Up...it works wonders.

    Cheers!

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    I've known a few people to do a pre bed stack like this and had good response. It's worth the try, made my legs recover faster that's for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary K View Post
    Day 24 - off day from lifting but worked on abs
    Roman Twists: 3 sets of 15 reps
    Oblique Crunches: 3 sets of 10 reps
    Nautilus Ab Machine: 90# 2 sets of 15 reps
    I also took a couple exercises from this video I'm posting. Starting @ 2:25 to 3:07
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJ0lHEd9Eyg
    Plank: 10 secs-one time 20 secs-3 times
    Mountain Climbers: 10 reps, 20 reps, 20 reps, 20 reps
    Double Leg Climbers: same as above
    Circles with the legs: 5 reps, 20, 20, 20

    WOW, those exercises from the video were killer!!!! I'm really gonna feel them for the next couple days.

    A couple of the guys here at work say that I'm looking slimmer, I like hearing that even though I can't see it, I'm glad that others can see it.
    Nice ab workout! Yeah, you are probably going to be really sore later and tomorrow after trying all that new stuff.

    It's great that people are starting to notice your progress. We usually look at ourselves in the mirror so often that it's hard to perceive true progress. it's when other people start noticing that you feel like you are on the right track. Keep it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey99 View Post
    Nice ab workout! Yeah, you are probably going to be really sore later and tomorrow after trying all that new stuff.

    It's great that people are starting to notice your progress. We usually look at ourselves in the mirror so often that it's hard to perceive true progress. it's when other people start noticing that you feel like you are on the right track. Keep it up!
    Plus it makes me feel better, give me more motivation to go harder in the gym!!
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    Really love the pump that Uptake is giving me, it seems like it's an all-day pump! Especially when I workout biceps and chest. I take 3 in the morning, pre-workout and then 2 more in the afternoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary K View Post
    Plus it makes me feel better, give me more motivation to go harder in the gym!!
    Definitely. I feel the same way. When I'm doing good, I never want to skip a workout and usually think twice about cheating on my diet. If things are going downhill, then I tend to not care as much even though that's when I need to care!
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    I split my doses for the prolonged effects both daily and progressive saturation. Today's Uptake is tomorrows swoll.

    I really gotta get into this plank game...
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow
    I split my doses for the prolonged effects both daily and progressive saturation. Today's Uptake is tomorrows swoll.

    I really gotta get into this plank game...
    You really need to try it
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    Day 25 - Chest and Tri's
    CHEST
    Bench: 135x8 145x8 155x8 165x5
    Incline DB Press: 30x10 35x10 40x10 45x10
    Machine Pec Fly: 120# 7 sets x 12 reps
    MASSIVE PUMP FOR ME - See video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bl0Jb...ature=youtu.be THE VIDEO IS A LITTLE SHAKEY

    TRICEPS
    Cable Rope Pulldowns: 65x10 70x10 75x10 80x10
    Assisted Dips: 100# 3sets x 10reps 90# 2 sets x 10reps
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    Man that's a hell of a lot of flyes! I'm liking the videos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow View Post
    Man that's a hell of a lot of flyes! I'm liking the videos.
    I tell ya it was, and I really felt them too!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary K View Post
    Day 25 - Chest and Tri's
    CHEST
    Bench: 135x8 145x8 155x8 165x5
    Incline DB Press: 30x10 35x10 40x10 45x10
    Machine Pec Fly: 120# 7 sets x 12 reps
    MASSIVE PUMP FOR ME - See video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bl0Jb...ature=youtu.be THE VIDEO IS A LITTLE SHAKEY

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    Cable Rope Pulldowns: 65x10 70x10 75x10 80x10
    Assisted Dips: 100# 3sets x 10reps 90# 2 sets x 10reps
    165x5....that's it? Come on son flip the double middle finger at fatigue and grind out those 3 last reps. If you can do 8 on the others you can do 8 on the last set. The only way I will let you get away with it is if you go extra heavy on the last set for power purposes.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    165x5....that's it? Come on son flip the double middle finger at fatigue and grind out those 3 last reps. If you can do 8 on the others you can do 8 on the last set. The only way I will let you get away with it is if you go extra heavy on the last set for power purposes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary K View Post
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    No worries bud...just giving you some sh*t, but also giving you some motivation and positive reinforcement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    No worries bud...just giving you some sh*t, but also giving you some motivation and positive reinforcement.

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