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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
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    one thing, I had to post this up...

    I see you changing your workout alot like everytime... (well I do it too but I don't change my whole workout I change it like 50-70% of what I did previously) (but still honestly I don't remember what I did previously in the gym, I just go in and do my best I can) I know they say changeis good for exercising so you surprise your body like everytime and it's makes it grow... but that change they say, is changing the workout like after keeping up with a same workout for a specific part for some 2-4 months...

    I wanna know the correct logic, Y do we change our workouts like everytime?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zubda345 View Post
    one thing, I had to post this up...

    I see you changing your workout alot like everytime... (well I do it too but I don't change my whole workout I change it like 50-70% of what I did previously) (but still honestly I don't remember what I did previously in the gym, I just go in and do my best I can) I know they say changeis good for exercising so you surprise your body like everytime and it's makes it grow... but that change they say, is changing the workout like after keeping up with a same workout for a specific part for some 2-4 months...

    I wanna know the correct logic, Y do we change our workouts like everytime?
    Ahhh mental barrier I see....

    Well look at it like this...

    Nobody's workout is NEVER the same, EVER!!!! Even when they tell you its the same, its NOT!

    Your either adding in more reps, increasing the weight, adding in sets, decreasing rest periods, varying tempo, or training near failure, to concentric failure, eccentric failure etc.....EVERYONE does this, its called progression yet most people don't realize it

    Im just simply making my body adapt to a stress it is not use to.
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    have it from the coaches mouth himself..
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    Quote Originally Posted by xR1pp3Rx View Post
    have it from the coaches mouth himself..
    Charles Poliquin is GOD!

    Rip how you likin' my gains so far...already up about 12 lbs!
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    son i am impressed! keep at it bro just dont fold yourself into a taco again and end up in an ER.. take things nice and slow just hard and fast namsayin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xR1pp3Rx View Post
    son i am impressed! keep at it bro just dont fold yourself into a taco again and end up in an ER.. take things nice and slow just hard and fast namsayin?
    Yes sir and thanks again for the hook up!

    I just have to make sure whenever I do deadlifts, I don't superset rack dead to floor deads, and keep overall work/volume somewhat low with movements that are harsh on the cns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xR1pp3Rx
    Youtube aint working

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    20 mins High Intensity cardio

    *Notes*
    -Feel like how I was feeling last week....again.
    -I love having that mindset of "I work harder than everyone else".....but the reality is, IM NOT. And anyone else that says they "do more" or "train harder", it won't matter, in bodybuilding work ethic isn't the way you train. Work Ethic in bodybuilding, is building your mind, staying consistent, and being dedicated. Not to mention use what you have learned on your side and know when to pull back. That is truly a SOLID WORK ETHIC.
    -Im super duper out of shape.....choice of activity for cardio today was shootin' hoops....jumping and running after my misses/makes.....lower back starts flaring up...oh well, it was expected, haven't moved like that in a while.
    -I get so enthused about training I end up frying my immune system/cns, end up feeling like absolute crap the next day, mentally you start thinking of thoughts you shouldn't be thinking about....now ive learned a huge lesson....even though I always "knew" this...I never "REALIZED" this......"MORE IS NOT BETTER". What ever it is in life, you want something, find how to get it....then go get it! Period! End of story! Do it!


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    10 EASY Ways to Improve Insulin Sensitivity

    What is "Insulin Sensitivity"? And who Cares?

    Well honestly...how do you make someone care? You give them the 100 percent "harsh" truth right? Well in my opinion being more "insulin resistant" is HARSH! So im sure after you read this next paragraph you will know exactly what is Insulin sensitivity.

    So...What is Insulin Resistance?

    Insulin resistance occurs when your body is unable to use insulin effectively to control blood sugar levels. It is one of two risk factors that are common in metabolic syndrome or syndrome X, along with extra weight around the waist. The hormone insulin assists the cellular absorption of glucose, or blood sugar. In the case of insulin resistance, the hormone cannot be incorporated into cells, and the body compensates by producing more insulin. A cascade of physiological reactions begins, such as increased glucose and insulin levels, which in turn impacts the kidneys.


    1)Stop stressing! (Cortisol is important! But excess cortisol, especially from stressing out over something that doesn't need to be stressed upon is just going to create havoc in your body, control your mind! Its hard I know! lol)

    2)HIIT! (This is a must do, not just for insulin sensitivity, but for overall health. HIIT is the new trend now....but for good reason! Enhances your metabolism for 30+ hours after exercise(depending on how much/what you did of course!), enhances Growth Hormone Levels, improve cardiovascular health, and of course it also makes you more sensitive to insulin!) Something as simple as a 30 second sprint, 45 second cool down period, repeat that for only 10-15 mins can produce tremendous results combined with a intelligent nutrition plan of course!

    3)L-Carnitine-L Tartrate! (Effective for increasing IGF-1 levels, improves insulin sensitivity, and increases Testosterone! Affordable aswell!)

    4)Organic Lemon Water! (preferably first thing in the morning!) (Such a throw back tip eh? Im sure your mommies told you this when you were little!)

    5)Intermittent Fasting! (Fasting in general will improve insulin usage in the body, EVERYONE by now knows the benefits of IF. If you haven't common wake up!)

    6)Carb Back Loading (Pretty much similar to IF, another key point is protein also spikes insulin into the blood stream, but obviously not as much as a ice cream or simple sugar, so insulin sensitivity can still be enhanced, give Kiefer a break from all the Pirates and buy his eBook!)

    7)Enhancing GH Levels (Kind of a vice versa of number 1 eh? More GH = Your more sensitive to insulin)

    8)Acetyl-L-Carnitine (look at number 3, though this Acetyl version has slightly different/other properties aswell!)

    9)NaR-ALA (NaR-ALA is a sodium-bonded version of R- Alpha lipoic acid. Alpha lipoic acid is an anti-oxidant that speeds the removal of carbohydrates (sugar) from the blood, and breaks down sugar and triglycerides for the production of Adenosine TriPhosphate. It also stimulates insulin signaling which supports glucose uptake by muscles as well as the metabolism of triglycerides by muscles. These properties can shift the body’s focus from storing carbohydrates as body fat, and instead, uses it for muscle-building energy.)

    10)Good Ol' Fenugreek! (This ingredient has some pretty nice benefits if you ask me, here are a few...Fenugreek improve sex drive, digestion, lactation, asthma and also improves insulin sensitivity!)

    Simple / Affordable Ways you can say good bye to that mental barrier of "Carbs make you fat". Makes carbs your best friend! Use them intelligently!

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    Took a couple days off from the gym.

    *CNS Warm up (3 sets of each until joints feel strong, heart rate is up)
    -Heavy one arm Rows
    -High Rep chest pressing

    *Progress Work (rest periods, 3 mins, tempo was typical) (whats typical? 3010)
    -Flat Barbell Press
    275x13
    275x8
    -Incline Barbell Press
    225x12
    245x8

    -Abs (rest periods 1 min, typical tempo)
    -Heavy DB Lying Leg Crunches
    60lb x12
    60x8

    *No Fatigue work / maximum pump work
    -Sticking to a workout I know I can recover from and grow
    -Listening to my "current settings", which arn't the best right now!

    *HIIT Cardio on steppmill (10 MINS OF BRUTAL TORTURE.....way more intense than sprinting...holy fuark......the intervals varried, most of the time it was a hard step sprint on a high level for 20-30 seconds, then a breif 30-40 second break, then a hard 15 seconds, then a 60-80 second cooldown, then repeat.....I was like....."This was NOT suppose to feel this hard".....LOL) Absolutely beat after the workout, never sweated this much in the gym before, without a jacket too!

    **Notes**
    -Feeling ok, honestly I won't feel better until I can get my life on the right path.
    -3 cups Coffee pre
    -Muscles feeling very full / dense
    -Changed up my form / mindset on my chest pressing once again, but of course im progressing like always.

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    People tend to talk to me like im their "friend".....where is the respect?

    Fine, I think its time I treat people how people treat me.

    Its about time I walk around with my C@ck out.

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    Killer work man,crushing some weight!
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    Just re-read through this log because I kind of feel silly for some of the stuff I have put in this log......

    Fuark! This TesTren + MMv3 is freaking potent! lol! Wasn't expecting this!

    But anyways....

    Week 2 update coming in a couple days....
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    I just hit 2 weeks on today,I'm ready for my gains to take off!impatiently waiting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHardOne
    Just re-read through this log because I kind of feel silly for some of the stuff I have put in this log......

    Fuark! This TesTren + MMv3 is freaking potent! lol! Wasn't expecting this!

    But anyways....

    Week 2 update coming in a couple days....
    Excited to c this 2 week update!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    I just hit 2 weeks on today,I'm ready for my gains to take off!impatiently waiting!
    Damn 2 weeks in and your gains arn't in full throttle yet? Don't worry, when they come they will be vicious!

    Vicious Gains mayne!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHardOne View Post
    Damn 2 weeks in and your gains arn't in full throttle yet? Don't worry, when they come they will be vicious!

    Vicious Gains mayne!
    It seems hard to view my gains until the end sometimes,I don't seem to hold water or put on much body fat when bulking or on cycle,the scale goes up so I only imagine I'm making clean gains!or hope at least!i am feeling a bit bigger just by way clothes fit,but not the way you wanna feel when on,it will come tho!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
    I'm about to get on my EatMoreFoodADrol & LiftATonABol.
    Yes sir!

    What are you on right now? Or you in pct from the 17?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHardOne

    Yes sir!

    What are you on right now? Or you in pct from the 17?
    Still on that 17.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
    Still on that 17.
    How much weight have you gained on that? (I know you have lost fat / dried out)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHardOne

    How much weight have you gained on that? (I know you have lost fat / dried out)
    Gained none staying stagnant man.
    Really becoming a problem. Not growing, holdin onto fat, just sux.
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    Want More Muscle?

    Q:Why/how does Ben Pakulski continue to put on slabs of muscle?
    A: Because he is hungry for knowledge about his passion! He seeks improvement on a daily basis, even if its only by 0.1 percent!


    10 Q's and A's I felt like making....grow time people!

    1)Isn't doing more than 20+ sets to failure in 1 workout bad?
    -If you do it consistently for 3-4+ weeks!!!! Then yes!! Your endocrine system / immune system / cns will be screaming FOOOK YOU!

    2)Isn't "Overreaching" / "Overtraining" bad?
    -If you keep training in a fatigued state contentiously then yes! Always schedule a deload week! Aka a "Growth Week"!

    3)Can you grow muscle when your "Overtrained"?
    -Yep! But you are half-assing your gains long term if you don't plan a recovery/deload week, you can grow so much faster if you were to take a more intelligent / periodization approach.

    4)Should I keep training until I get that "Skin Tearing Pump"?
    -If you don't have that "Skin Tearing Pump" within around your 8-10th working set...ughhh!!! Well...
    1)Your not gonna get it that session
    2)Your not getting a crazy pump because your execution/form is horrible! Just because it looks good in the mirror doesn't mean its "correct" for bodybuilding!

    5)BCAA's and Glutamine Intra Workout Bro?!? Gotta stay Anabolic right? (a beginner asking this)
    -If your taking in around 1x your on stage body mass for protein, taking in your fats/carbs in a intelligent manner, don't worry about the little details right now. Develop the work ethic first. (meaning nailing the basics and doing it consistently)
    -If you can afford to take a intra workout supp, go ahead, it will only benefit you, but I hope you all understand how important it is to nail the basics and stay consistent.

    6)5/3/1 for size???
    -No! ...Actually Yes!!! lol, well it depends! Check out Ben Pakulski's MI40, watch all his execution videos, take time to re-train your exercise/movement patterns(form/mind) and then go and follow a program designed on periodization / progression.

    7)I did 100 sets to failure for my deltoids, I thought super high volume workouts produce a HUGE anabolic response!!?
    -Yeah they do! You need to recover from that, if your going to progress through brutal training protocols like that, i'd recommend a 1 week on, 1 week off.

    8)My bodyfat is low but I can't really see my abs?!!
    -Its because you train your abs like a brain washed fitness queen. (LOL!! I make ma self laugh sumtimez!)
    -Doing sets of 100 reps ain't gonna do you much hunny! Your abs are a muscle, just like your quads! Train it hard and heavy! Every Angle! Periodization! Use heavier weights when you can, don't be afraid of building a "blocky" waist. You planning on abusing a bunch of "drugs" for 15+ years?! If not, you got nothing to worry but hun. Oh and good news, they can handle higher frequency! Push it peeps! I go every other day!

    9)Will HIIT burn away muscle?
    -It depends on sooo many factors. But the main factor is knowing your calories / energy intake + what supps/drugs you are taking. Kind of hard for me to answer that!

    10)I want round huge delts, should I inject synthol in them and up my dose of Tren? Increase Cals by 500 bro? Only on shoulder days? (ROFL!!)
    -UGGHH!!!! Ok....look at it like this....if you had lacking quads and you don't have any squatting movements implemented in your routine, what would be the answer? Squats! Obviously! But why? Because they recruit much more muscle fibers verses a leg extension, hits your nervous system alot harder(which is a good thing!).
    -What delt pressing exercise recruits the most and is safest for your joints? The controversial "one notch from the 90 degrees press"! Aka why you doin' a incline press bro i thought it wuz shoulder day? (vid link below!)
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    -Explanation by Pj Braun ‎... This positioning allows you to maintain scapular retraction and exaggerated curvature of the spine which helps prevent externally... rotating the shoulder and compromising the integrity of the joint. All though it does slightly involve the upper chest (an area NO ONE is over developed in) EMG study shows that this positioning actually stimulates the over all shoulder musculature better than being at 90 degrees!
    -And watch your delts grow! And say good bye to your shoulder pain...do it! Now! Say good bye to it! BYE BYEEEE!!!! SEE YAAAA!!!!
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    30 mins Low intensity cardio AM (fasted)

    40 mins Low intensity cardio + a quick HIIT session PM (with my calories in)
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    11/19/12 Arms

    *Fatigue Work / Complete Annihilation
    *Peak Contractions / Peak Stretch/holds on every single rep on every single exercise
    *Sets lasted around 30-40 seconds (Brutal)
    *First 15 mins was pretty much non stop giant sets, 10 seconds of rest between each set
    *Tri exercise into a Bi / brachi exercise
    *Took a brief 3 min break from the non stop work, then finished off with 20-40 second peak holds, 20-40 second eccentrics, drop sets/cluster sets
    *Feel like throwing up. LOL.
    *Took muscle through its entire biomechanical range of motion
    *Honestly alot of the sets barely lasted 20 seconds....I had no idea it would feel this brutal, even when using light weight.....
    *Intentional Overtraining / Overeaching (growth won't occur until the recovery period)
    *Its now or never time!
    *Doing Carb Backloading
    *Week 2 Update, just wait for the Week 3 update, nothing different during week 2.
    *Feel re-rejuvenated! Say goodbye to that within a few days of training like this! LOL! Depression time! YAY!!! The growth / fat loss from this is so worth it though.
    *Pump was so intense I can see my brachialis popping out
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    Nice work and update!
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    Keep going strong my friend!

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHardOne
    11/19/12 Arms

    *Fatigue Work / Complete Annihilation
    *Peak Contractions / Peak Stretch/holds on every single rep on every single exercise
    *Sets lasted around 30-40 seconds (Brutal)
    *First 15 mins was pretty much non stop giant sets, 10 seconds of rest between each set
    *Tri exercise into a Bi / brachi exercise
    *Took a brief 3 min break from the non stop work, then finished off with 20-40 second peak holds, 20-40 second eccentrics, drop sets/cluster sets
    *Feel like throwing up. LOL.
    *Took muscle through its entire biomechanical range of motion
    *Honestly alot of the sets barely lasted 20 seconds....I had no idea it would feel this brutal, even when using light weight.....
    *Intentional Overtraining / Overeaching (growth won't occur until the recovery period)
    *Its now or never time!
    *Doing Carb Backloading
    *Week 2 Update, just wait for the Week 3 update, nothing different during week 2.
    *Feel re-rejuvenated! Say goodbye to that within a few days of training like this! LOL! Depression time! YAY!!! The growth / fat loss from this is so worth it though.
    *Pump was so intense I can see my brachialis popping out
    Bad azz work out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
    Bad azz work out!
    Thanks!

    Was reading through Ben Pakulski's Hypertrophy camp....he made the people who attended do a whole hour of non stop giant setting for their lactic acid / annihilation workouts.....I felt like throwing up within 15 mins!!!

    Basically have to start out slow. My cardiovascular levels are horrible...im so out of shape. #againLOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    Keep going strong my friend!

    Cheers!

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    Will do!

    My mind is finally in the right mindset, I realize what has to be done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    Nice work and update!
    Thanks man!

    By the end of November.....I WILL be 220lbs at 10 percent bodyfat!

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    Quads! Okay, im going to look at all my failures in life as a good thing, all set backs are a GREAT thing!

    Warmed up with some cardio!
    -ughhh....why is this so hard?!?

    Went to some leg extensions!
    -ughhh....why am I here?

    Went to some leg presses!!
    -ok F it! Just get it done!......
    -wait wut?
    -why am i here?!!?

    Went to do some barbell squats!!!
    -Ok screw neural fatigue! Its just my mind!! I must MASTER my mind!!!!!!!
    -yeah 2 plates felt heavy today
    - #out of the gym

    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

    Honestly, until I get a job so I can afford nervous system recovery supplements, stress is down, until I can afford high quality nutrition / supplements, I gotta stay away from going beyond concentric failure, and high volume........JUST FOR NOW THOUGH! I love high volume! But right now, its just setting me back in life big time.

    Right now my split has been looking like this

    -super motivated
    -dont care
    -depressed / cutting wrist / cutting thighs
    -mentally pick self up again
    -super motivated
    -sorta motivated?
    -dont care
    -depressed
    -repeat

    LOL. Ive seen this happen so many times it doesn't piss me off anymore, I just laugh at it. But ENOUGH is ENOUGH.

    Im like LeBron James in the 2011 finals......im the best at what I do.....but im failing BIG TIME.

    ^^ok arrogant statement, but it made me giggle

    #beat THE BS !

    #Know what to do?

    #THENdoIT!

    #LET go our your meat head push push push "just do it" mindset!

    Ahhh, but thank god im on TesTren / MMv3 though! Feeling great even though my nervous system is fried! Can't train hard n heavy but I can eat and Fuark like an Animal!!!!!!!
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    Why not lighter/moderate weights and stay less in a hypertrophic range, maybe do some 20-25 rep sets?
    Instead of getting burnt out and all that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
    Why not lighter/moderate weights and stay less in a hypertrophic range, maybe do some 20-25 rep sets?
    Instead of getting burnt out and all that.
    Im just gonna stick with a basic heavy duty plan, just without the forced reps.
    -focusing on generating more force (more weight)
    -if not stronger, increase the total TUT
    -Grow time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHardOne

    Im just gonna stick with a basic heavy duty plan, just without the forced reps.
    -focusing on generating more force (more weight)
    -Grow time!
    Sounds good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
    Sounds good.
    I haven't really been in the mindset of moving crazy poundages lately.....oooo man...stay tuned man!
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