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  1. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    Thanks brother. ME upper is easily my favorite day of the week!
    hell yeah! i love deadlift day. thats always my favorite


  2. Quote Originally Posted by bmftisftw

    hell yeah! i love deadlift day. thats always my favorite
    Use to be into dead lifts like crazy back a few months ago.
    I still believe in compound movements but now I'm trying to find more fun unique ways to train. There is never a 1 size fits all.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    Thanks brother. ME upper is easily my favorite day of the week!
    Back day for me...honestly I get geeked to do a back workout especially when doing deads as part of the workout. Even when I am a fat a$$ I still look jacked from the pump I get from doing a back workout. I don't know what it is, but man there is nothing like a great back workout...I was always get that primal rage/predator feeling when doing back and if there is one workout where bothering me is risking life and limb that would be my back workout....lol.

    Cheers Jim!

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

  4. Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    Back day for me...honestly I get geeked to do a back workout especially when doing deads as part of the workout. Even when I am a fat a$$ I still look jacked from the pump I get from doing a back workout. I don't know what it is, but man there is nothing like a great back workout...I was always get that primal rage/predator feeling when doing back and if there is one workout where bothering me is risking life and limb that would be my back workout....lol. Cheers Jim!-Sean-
    Oh ya I agree for sure. Back day is on the top for me too!!
    "I would rather follow Christ and die to find out their is no God, than to not, and die to find out there is a God."

  5. Last day of circuit for me then rest rest rest. I'll lift vicarously through Jim

    -OS-Team AppNut
    By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.
    Franz Kafka
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow
    Last day of circuit for me then rest rest rest. I'll lift vicarously through Jim

    -OS-Team AppNut
    Lol and it will be a good week for that! Got out of PT today to go vote (Idk how that happened) now I just sit back and watch the magic happen!

    And don't worry bro, ill PR for you on ME Lower. :wink:

  7. Jim clear PMs please...
    Hardcore Purus Labs {Rep}
    Lift the fücking weight from the floor, or leave it on the ground. The thoughts are supposed to be daunting. The pain is meant to be tormenting.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1
    Jim clear PMs please...
    Done bro.

  9. No lifting vicariously through me today. Its 30 degrees out, windy, and I'm jumping. So until tomorrow no lifting vicariously through me but you all can feel free to live vicariously through me tonight as I skyrocket towards earth at mach Jesus.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick
    No lifting vicariously through me today. Its 30 degrees out, windy, and I'm jumping. So until tomorrow no lifting vicariously through me but you all can feel free to live vicariously through me tonight as I skyrocket towards earth at mach Jesus.
    I will remember that when I'm Deadliftkng

  11. Jump update: For those of you that haven't done it I will give a brief description of what I see and feel after manifest for a jump, here goes.

    We manifest and load up the buses to head to green ramp. After sitting their for an hour or so we go do our sustained airborne training to make sure we can PLF (parachute landing fall) and other basics. One hour later we rig up into our parachutes, they are uncomfortable and squeeze the traps and balls even when put on perfectly. 2+ hours of sitting in our chutes, some sleep and some talk, we load the bird. Its a C130 this time, heavy and unstable, they rock even with no wind. 30 minutes of sitting and we take off, the cabin is not pressurized and we fly for 40 minutes in a big circle waiting for the order to jump. First chalk goes, we see them exit the door and no nothing about what happened to them afterwards. We stand up and connect our static lines and wait for green light, on the command "green light, go" the first jumper leaps from the door. We all follow behind, this time I am the last jumper. I leap out the door and am met by the cold North Carolina wind, its a night jump but I can still see that my canopy is complete. I am falling faster than expected and as I pull my risers to prepare to land I slow down significantly, just as I was trained. 20-50 feet from the ground the wind changes direction and throws me the opposite way, its too late to change now and I squeeze my feet and knees together and brace for impact. Feet hit, I am thrown to the ground like a ragdoll, my head violently smacks the ground and the end result?



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    And yes, that is dry blood along with my head hitting.so hard my nose bled.

    Airborne, All the Way, Let's Go! :sarcasm:

  12. Damn straight!!! Shouldn't have fell on your head tho haha
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42
    Damn straight!!! Shouldn't have fell on your head tho haha
    I wasn't trying to. Just happens sometimes.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick

    I wasn't trying to. Just happens sometimes.
    Lol not once have I brotha lol
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42

    Lol not once have I brotha lol
    Lol we can't all be as high speed as you! ****er!

    Did you jump T11 or T10D?

  16. I enjoyed that anecdote. Sucks to have the wind throw you off but luckily your neck broke your fall :sarcasm:

    -OS-Team AppNut
    By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.
    Franz Kafka

  17. Lol both and yes its like jumping from a tall tree without a chute... **** hurts haha I was just flicking u ****
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42
    Lol both and yes its like jumping from a tall tree without a chute... **** hurts haha I was just flicking u ****
    My platoon sent me to donate blood today but they said I couldn't because of my head. Woohoo now I can still workout!

  19. Got two updates coming tonight:

    Yesterday- 07NOV2012 DE Lower Body

    I couldn't do the box jumps or step ups because they were using all of the boxes yesterday I was also trying to take it easy because my neck was pretty sore from a mild case of whiplash and I didn't want to exacerbate by putting too much strain on it.

    Vertical Leaps: 3x5-8
    45x8, 95x8, 135x6

    BB Lunge w/ Front Foot elevated: 2-3x8-10
    95x8, 115x8

    Pull Throughs: 2-3x8-12
    120x10, 140x8

    And that's where I stopped it. I was supposed to do the Hanging Leg Raises but decided against it based on the way my neck was feeling.

  20. Today I felt a little better. My neck is mildly sore today but it wasn't causing any problems.

    08NOV2012 RE Upper

    DB Floor Press: 3xMAX (15-20)
    50x15, 55x15, 65x13 (PR 65x12)

    a1. Chin-ups: 3x8-12
    BWx10, BWx8, BWx7.5
    a2. Face Pulls: 3x8-12
    80x12, 100x12, 120x9

    b1. DB Shrugs: 3x8-10
    65x10, 75x10, 90x7 (grip failed)
    b2. 1 Arm DB Tricep Ext: 3x10-15
    20x15, 20x15, 25x10 (1 assisted on the left arm)

    Extra: Incline Hammer Strength Chest Press: 3x8-10
    100x10, 100x9, 100x8

    For this workout I used 1 scoop of PNI Prodigy with the 5 caps of Uptake. The pump was strong, the focus was good and I just felt good in general. The Prodigy is not the best tasting, I had watermelon, and I didn't intend to use it because it has it's own pump blend but it was just sitting on my counter staring at me and I told my buddy he could try it before he decided to buy one. You'll notice that I did extra on this workout, I had tons of energy and me and my partner both felt really good so we decided to do more. I really like that exercise for building the MMC with the Pecs, my friend had never done it and he also really enjoyed them! I was going to take some pump pictures for this but didn' twant to be "that guy" in the gym so no pump pron for you Celly! (You must be so dissapointed) End of the week weigh-in tomorrow morning, we'll find out if I have to up my calories again tomorrow!

  21. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick
    Jump update: For those of you that haven't done it I will give a brief description of what I see and feel after manifest for a jump, here goes.

    We manifest and load up the buses to head to green ramp. After sitting their for an hour or so we go do our sustained airborne training to make sure we can PLF (parachute landing fall) and other basics. One hour later we rig up into our parachutes, they are uncomfortable and squeeze the traps and balls even when put on perfectly. 2+ hours of sitting in our chutes, some sleep and some talk, we load the bird. Its a C130 this time, heavy and unstable, they rock even with no wind. 30 minutes of sitting and we take off, the cabin is not pressurized and we fly for 40 minutes in a big circle waiting for the order to jump. First chalk goes, we see them exit the door and no nothing about what happened to them afterwards. We stand up and connect our static lines and wait for green light, on the command "green light, go" the first jumper leaps from the door. We all follow behind, this time I am the last jumper. I leap out the door and am met by the cold North Carolina wind, its a night jump but I can still see that my canopy is complete. I am falling faster than expected and as I pull my risers to prepare to land I slow down significantly, just as I was trained. 20-50 feet from the ground the wind changes direction and throws me the opposite way, its too late to change now and I squeeze my feet and knees together and brace for impact. Feet hit, I am thrown to the ground like a ragdoll, my head violently smacks the ground and the end result?

    <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachment****69 751"/>

    And yes, that is dry blood along with my head hitting.so hard my nose bled.

    Airborne, All the Way, Let's Go! :sarcasm:
    Sorry about your head Jim, glad you are alright man.
    Hardcore Purus Labs {Rep}
    Lift the fücking weight from the floor, or leave it on the ground. The thoughts are supposed to be daunting. The pain is meant to be tormenting.

  22. I'm glad you are getting in some good workouts in spite of the neck issues. Take care of it though. You don't want to aggravate something like that.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by Dewey99
    I'm glad you are getting in some good workouts in spite of the neck issues. Take care of it though. You don't want to aggravate something like that.
    Thanks for your concern brother! On that note, ME got pushed to tomorrow to get a little rest before deadlifts, hoping it feels like new tomorrow so I can really push my lower body.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1

    Sorry about your head Jim, glad you are alright man.
    Failed multiquote ftw! Thanks brother I appreciate it!
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