Mack "Tests" NLA Performance

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
    Re read it again... High volume...

    That's what I meant.

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    Oh ok,you know it.i love high volume.but I can't wait till this pct is over and I start my next natty stack.im also pumped to be doing my first 5x5 lifting routine.
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  2. Sick incline numbers dude
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Danb2285 View Post
    Sick incline numbers dude
    thanks bro,i have been having some good workouts lately for sure.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    Here's yesterdays work numbers.did incline for the first time in months,happy with numbers now that I am looking back but was bummed about it at the time.so so sore today.feels great.sad to say my run with NLA Performance products is almost over i am not sure on exact days but just a few left.Recover-d is all gone!i will post all my final reviews at the same time.Stomach is giving me trouble again today.hard time getting food down.


    Incline Bench:
    135x20
    205x12
    225x10
    255x7
    225x8
    205x6
    185x8

    Incline Db flys:
    50x8
    For 4 sets.

    Incline Champagnes:
    80x8 for 4 sets.

    Overhead db tri ext:
    110x8 for 4 sets.

    Db kickbacks:
    35x9 for 4 sets.

    Incline Db press:
    80x8 for 4 sets.
    Ya those are some solid incline numbers. A couple questions: How wide is your grip and where are you touching the bar to?
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by NLAFounder View Post
    Ya those are some solid incline numbers. A couple questions: How wide is your grip and where are you touching the bar to?
    my middle finger is on the line which im sure most of us use for guidance in some way.on incline i hit my chest fully without a doubt,every rep,slow and controlled.i had trouble with going to fast on incline back when i first started lifting and have learned from mistakes over time.i will say on my flat bench i tend to stay an inch or 2 even from chest,just puts a lot of uncomofrtable strain on me when i go all the way on flat,but through some tips of some good people recently my flat has been getting very good as far as form.i adjusted my grip and pulled my elbows in and it made so much difference.in the past i was putting my hand between my pointer and thumb on the lines,so way to wide grip for me,but i have learned and im very happy with my lifts lately.not just throwing the weight,controlling it.
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    "Revolutionizing Sports Nutrition, One Product At A Time"
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  6. I agree that is a sick amount of weight on incline I can't even get close to that.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    my middle finger is on the line which im sure most of us use for guidance in some way.on incline i hit my chest fully without a doubt,every rep,slow and controlled.i had trouble with going to fast on incline back when i first started lifting and have learned from mistakes over time.i will say on my flat bench i tend to stay an inch or 2 even from chest,just puts a lot of uncomofrtable strain on me when i go all the way on flat,but through some tips of some good people recently my flat has been getting very good as far as form.i adjusted my grip and pulled my elbows in and it made so much difference.in the past i was putting my hand between my pointer and thumb on the lines,so way to wide grip for me,but i have learned and im very happy with my lifts lately.not just throwing the weight,controlling it.
    I'm sorry I meant the position on your body you are touching the bar. Are you touching the bar to your pecs or are you touching the bar to about your top abs? I switch it up sometimes and flare my elbows with light grip and touch the bar like 4 inches down from my chin and other times I keep my elbows in and touch the bar to my top ab.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by LiveToLift View Post
    I agree that is a sick amount of weight on incline I can't even get close to that.
    thanks bro
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    "Revolutionizing Sports Nutrition, One Product At A Time"

  9. Quote Originally Posted by NLAFounder View Post
    I'm sorry I meant the position on your body you are touching the bar. Are you touching the bar to your pecs or are you touching the bar to about your top abs? I switch it up sometimes and flare my elbows with light grip and touch the bar like 4 inches down from my chin and other times I keep my elbows in and touch the bar to my top ab.
    my bad,on incline i tend to go very close to my neck.on flat i go right at bottom of chest like near my nipples.i played with different positions over lots of time,i have found these drop points for me give me the best chest developement.
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    mack @ seriousnutritionsolutions.com
    "Revolutionizing Sports Nutrition, One Product At A Time"

  10. i hope there is no doubt from anyone on my numbers,as you all should know ill be the first to throw up a video as i love advice and tips,every time i have posted a video i have gotten great advice,but i have always been pretty strong on incline,i was actually dissapointed in my numbers,used to be close to my flat bench numbers,which have came down by the way once correcting my form and focusing on it more.but we all learn and thats exactly why im here!
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    mack @ seriousnutritionsolutions.com
    "Revolutionizing Sports Nutrition, One Product At A Time"

  11. Your a monster Mack
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    Your a monster Mack
    thanks bro.
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    "Revolutionizing Sports Nutrition, One Product At A Time"

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    i hope there is no doubt from anyone on my numbers,as you all should know ill be the first to throw up a video as i love advice and tips,every time i have posted a video i have gotten great advice,but i have always been pretty strong on incline,i was actually dissapointed in my numbers,used to be close to my flat bench numbers,which have came down by the way once correcting my form and focusing on it more.but we all learn and thats exactly why im here!
    Whats your bench max?
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by NLAFounder View Post
    Whats your bench max?
    idk honestly,i have hit 365,and that was a while ago.and all my working set numbers have went up a lot since that day.idk if ive ever really maxed.when i hit 365 it was bc it was all the weight i had at home at that time.
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    idk honestly,i have hit 365,and that was a while ago.and all my working set numbers have went up a lot since that day.idk if ive ever really maxed.when i hit 365 it was bc it was all the weight i had at home at that time.
    Ya I feel ya. whatever you seem to be doing seems to be working. What rep range do you stick around for compound lifts like bench, incline, and squats?
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by NLAFounder View Post
    Ya I feel ya. whatever you seem to be doing seems to be working. What rep range do you stick around for compound lifts like bench, incline, and squats?
    i love the heavier weight range,but im one that enjoys my high volume more than anything.i always start out with a good 12+ on any warmup,then keep it between 8-12 with a lot of sets,but i dont go by a rep range to be honest.i do my warmup,then start working my way up and the workout just goes how it goes.im so pumped to be doing my first 5x5 in the near future.
    SERIOUS NUTRITION SOLUTIONS
    mack @ seriousnutritionsolutions.com
    "Revolutionizing Sports Nutrition, One Product At A Time"

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    i hope there is no doubt from anyone on my numbers,as you all should know ill be the first to throw up a video as i love advice and tips,every time i have posted a video i have gotten great advice,but i have always been pretty strong on incline,i was actually dissapointed in my numbers,used to be close to my flat bench numbers,which have came down by the way once correcting my form and focusing on it more.but we all learn and thats exactly why im here!
    Anybody that feels threatened enough to question your numbers are either very insecure or have no life.

    I won't speak for anyone else, but when I see workout numbers....I look at your numbers at the beginning of the log and look for progress during bulk or maintenance during cut. In general, if the numbers are impressive like yours are, I add a comment like great job or sick work and move on.

    To goto trouble to question numbers or get into an argument by questioning someone's workout numbers is just a waste of time. We are all just here to support one another. Most do this very well. Keep up the great job Mack !
    I started a new log at:
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/supplement-reviews-logs/228939-fumoney-takes-ironmag.html

  18. Always killer workouts man -

    What sorta natty stack you getting into?
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/powerlifting-strongman/240580-road-derby-cup.html

  19. Quote Originally Posted by fumoney View Post
    Anybody that feels threatened enough to question your numbers are either very insecure or have no life.

    I won't speak for anyone else, but when I see workout numbers....I look at your numbers at the beginning of the log and look for progress during bulk or maintenance during cut. In general, if the numbers are impressive like yours are, I add a comment like great job or sick work and move on.

    To goto trouble to question numbers or get into an argument by questioning someone's workout numbers is just a waste of time. We are all just here to support one another. Most do this very well. Keep up the great job Mack !
    Thanks a lot bro.
    SERIOUS NUTRITION SOLUTIONS
    mack @ seriousnutritionsolutions.com
    "Revolutionizing Sports Nutrition, One Product At A Time"

  20. Quote Originally Posted by LizKing531 View Post
    Always killer workouts man -

    What sorta natty stack you getting into?
    Abe and erase pro for sure at this point.
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    mack @ seriousnutritionsolutions.com
    "Revolutionizing Sports Nutrition, One Product At A Time"

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    Abe and erase pro for sure at this point.
    Nice - I've got ABE, EP, & DAA set to go early summer -
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/powerlifting-strongman/240580-road-derby-cup.html

  22. Quote Originally Posted by LizKing531 View Post
    Nice - I've got ABE, EP, & DAA set to go early summer -
    Nice kinda what I was thinking.dpol,Abe,and erase pro.would be killer for sure.
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  23. I might have an extra d pol if you're looking :-) btw check your pm broski I've been slammed this week bud
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post
    I might have an extra d pol if you're looking :-) btw check your pm broski I've been slammed this week bud
    Gotta love the extras.

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  25. Took today off,stomach is giving me too much trouble.Just gonna rest and try to get a bit better.
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    mack @ seriousnutritionsolutions.com
    "Revolutionizing Sports Nutrition, One Product At A Time"
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