Cary goes Nutts for App Nutts HGH-Up and New N.O. Uptake

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  1. Day 26 - Biceps and Shoulders - I actually talked my friend into waking up early and joining me in the gym this morning!!
    BICEPS
    Alternate DB Curls: 30x10 35x10 40x10,8
    Reverse BB Curls: 50x10,10 60x10
    Hammer Curls (odd reps-1 arm / even reps-both arms): 35x10 40x10 45x10
    BB Curls: 60# 7sets x 10reps

    SHOULDERS
    Seated DB Press: 35x10 40x10,10 45x6
    45# plate Raises: 3sets x 10reps
    Arnold Press: 30x10 35x10,10
    Lateral DB Raises: 20x10,10 25x10

    After, Kevin wanted to do 45# plate curls burnouts - as many as we could do. I pumped out 27 reps without stopping!!!

    I'm comming into the home stretch with my Uptake / HGH Up stack
    I really like the comments I've been getting from my co-workers saying that I'm slimming down. Kevin also told me that my arms are getting real big, he said that they used to be jello.
    After a year off, I'm back


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Cary K View Post
    Day 26 - Biceps and Shoulders - I actually talked my friend into waking up early and joining me in the gym this morning!!
    BICEPS
    Alternate DB Curls: 30x10 35x10 40x10,8
    Reverse BB Curls: 50x10,10 60x10
    Hammer Curls (odd reps-1 arm / even reps-both arms): 35x10 40x10 45x10
    BB Curls: 60# 7sets x 10reps

    SHOULDERS
    Seated DB Press: 35x10 40x10,10 45x6
    45# plate Raises: 3sets x 10reps
    Arnold Press: 30x10 35x10,10
    Lateral DB Raises: 20x10,10 25x10

    After, Kevin wanted to do 45# plate curls burnouts - as many as we could do. I pumped out 27 reps without stopping!!!

    I'm comming into the home stretch with my Uptake / HGH Up stack
    I really like the comments I've been getting from my co-workers saying that I'm slimming down. Kevin also told me that my arms are getting real big, he said that they used to be jello.
    From jello to jacked....pretty nice improvement over the course of a month. It's always sad to see a great stack like this come to an end, but hopefully you have seen good enough results that you will consider picking up some reinforcements.
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  3. Next video do it with an Arnold accent lol "look at my pump"...."get to da choppa!!" Lol nice job brother stand proud
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
    Next video do it with an Arnold accent lol "look at my pump"...."get to da choppa!!" Lol nice job brother stand proud
    You got it Ricky!!
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  5. Here's the pumpkin I carved today



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  6. Ha!! Looked at the 1st pic and thought you carved it upside down. duh!! haha


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  7. Strong supplements in that pumpkin pic!

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Dewey99
    Strong supplements in that pumpkin pic!
    Makes a BIG pumpkin
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by jdg76 View Post
    Ha!! Looked at the 1st pic and thought you carved it upside down. duh!! haha


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    So did I.... hahaha

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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Cary K View Post
    Here's the pumpkin I carved today



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    Nice. Might have even been cooler if you had a little product bottle like black cats and used that as the nose and then the hghup and n.o. uptake as the eyes.

    Cheers!

    -Sean-
    "Never trust a b*tch because b*tches be crazy, now get out there and go crush some P***Y!" - Jerry Stiller.

  11. UGH, I woke up this morning like I always do and was gonna get ready to hit the gym. I looked out the window, it was windy and rainy (thanks to Hurricane Sandy) the house was a little cool and it was warm and very comfortable under the covers, so I decided to put off the gym for one more day. I'll go back and hit it extra hard in the morning (the gym that is )
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  12. At least you're not stuck in a hospital/work because of the storm. Chest biceps became a double shift.
    By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow View Post
    At least you're not stuck in a hospital/work because of the storm. Chest biceps became a double shift.
    This is true. Stay safe up there Shadow.
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  14. The low barometric pressure due to Sandy is playing hell on my right shoulder, it is aching like a tooth
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by Cary K View Post
    The low barometric pressure due to Sandy is playing hell on my right shoulder, it is aching like a tooth
    Rub some Orajel on it? Sorry man. I guess that's why older people love Arizona so much though.

  16. So mad at this pain in my shoulder, had to skip the gym again this morning. GGRRRRRR!!!! Maybe tomorrow, hopefully the storm will be far enough that the barometric pressure will come back up some.
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  17. It's funny how that effects some people. I get it in my knee. We're our own weathermen. lol
    By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow View Post
    It's funny how that effects some people. I get it in my knee. We're our own weathermen. lol
    Yea tell me about it. Back when i first had surgery on it, I could feel a thunderstorm comming up about 2 hours out.
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by Cary K View Post
    Yea tell me about it. Back when i first had surgery on it, I could feel a thunderstorm comming up about 2 hours out.
    The weather messes with me something fierce to. I have two bad knees and man can I ever tell when there is a serious change in weather. It is a little different for me though because I feel the most pain in my right hamstring and it tightens up to the point where I cannot do anything with legs or feels like it will snap like a twig. This is mainly because when I had surgery they pulled out 3/4 of my hamstring to repair my acl & mcl. Of course I also have no meniscus in my right knee either so that doesn't help. Enough rambling on...

    Cheers!

    -Sean-
    "Never trust a b*tch because b*tches be crazy, now get out there and go crush some P***Y!" - Jerry Stiller.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    The weather messes with me something fierce to. I have two bad knees and man can I ever tell when there is a serious change in weather. It is a little different for me though because I feel the most pain in my right hamstring and it tightens up to the point where I cannot do anything with legs or feels like it will snap like a twig. This is mainly because when I had surgery they pulled out 3/4 of my hamstring to repair my acl & mcl. Of course I also have no meniscus in my right knee either so that doesn't help. Enough rambling on...

    Cheers!

    -Sean-
    Ouch, sorry to hear that. At least you know how the weather affects people with various surgeries.
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    The weather messes with me something fierce to. I have two bad knees and man can I ever tell when there is a serious change in weather. It is a little different for me though because I feel the most pain in my right hamstring and it tightens up to the point where I cannot do anything with legs or feels like it will snap like a twig. This is mainly because when I had surgery they pulled out 3/4 of my hamstring to repair my acl & mcl. Of course I also have no meniscus in my right knee either so that doesn't help. Enough rambling on...

    Cheers!

    -Sean-
    I hear you there with the weather-related knee-pain. The hamstring issue is exactly why I chose to go with donor tissue on my last knee surgery.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by Cary K View Post
    Ouch, sorry to hear that. At least you know how the weather affects people with various surgeries.
    No reason to be sorry man (I do appreciate the sentiment though) It is what it is. However, my sob story aside. Sh*t happens and you just have to roll with the punches in life...I really just wish the weather didn't cause such issues for me. No whining here, but man sometimes it is rough and I wouldn't wish it on anybody.

    Cheers!

    -Sean-
    "Never trust a b*tch because b*tches be crazy, now get out there and go crush some P***Y!" - Jerry Stiller.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by Dewey99 View Post
    I hear you there with the weather-related knee-pain. The hamstring issue is exactly why I chose to go with donor tissue on my last knee surgery.
    My doctor felt it was better to go with the hamstring option for me due to the size of my legs believe it or not. I mean at that point when I got hurt I had massive legs and a retarded amount of muscle tissue (as in my legs were bigger around than most people's waistlines). My surgeon believed that the tissue from my hamstring would support me better and be longer lasting than the cadaver option. I am never going to be able to squat like I used to, but the most annoying thing in the world for me are deads now. The last time I went super heavy (500lbs) I had the weight up, but I couldn't lock out because there was so much tension on my hamstring I could feel that it was about to rip apart if I pulled back any farther and locked out. This was rather humbling for me because 500lbs used to be no big deal for me. Now I have adapted and changed up how I train and forgotten about the super heavy weights. I still go heavy, but no more than 350 anymore just to be on the safe side.

    Cheers!

    -Sean-
    "Never trust a b*tch because b*tches be crazy, now get out there and go crush some P***Y!" - Jerry Stiller.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    My doctor felt it was better to go with the hamstring option for me due to the size of my legs believe it or not. I mean at that point when I got hurt I had massive legs and a retarded amount of muscle tissue (as in my legs were bigger around than most people's waistlines). My surgeon believed that the tissue from my hamstring would support me better and be longer lasting than the cadaver option. I am never going to be able to squat like I used to, but the most annoying thing in the world for me are deads now. The last time I went super heavy (500lbs) I had the weight up, but I couldn't lock out because there was so much tension on my hamstring I could feel that it was about to rip apart if I pulled back any farther and locked out. This was rather humbling for me because 500lbs used to be no big deal for me. Now I have adapted and changed up how I train and forgotten about the super heavy weights. I still go heavy, but no more than 350 anymore just to be on the safe side.

    Cheers!

    -Sean-
    Adapt and overcome
    After a year off, I'm back

  25. Well, sadly yesterday was day 30 and the end of my stack - empty bottles SAD.
    I did get to hit the gym this morning and I blew up chest.
    Smith Bench: 135x10 185x5 205x3 225x1 235x1/2 = almost got it up, got up the the 2nd peg
    Incline Bench: 115x7 125x5 135x5
    Flat Bench Cable Flies: 30x10 35x7,7
    Incline Cable Flies: 30x10 35x7,7
    Hammer Strength Iso Wide Chest: 45x10 then 10 fast 45/10x10 then 10 fast 45/20x10
    Still had a hell of a pump.
    On a side note, there was an ez bar with 45s on it on the preacher curl - so I was feeling froggy, I picked it up and curled it twice!!

    Final review, pics and measurements will be up by the end of the week......
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