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    awesome man, way to tear it up!, be careful of the elbow, don't wanna full blown hurt it
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    Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    awesome man, way to tear it up!, be careful of the elbow, don't wanna full blown hurt it
    Thanks bro! Ya I know I should take it easy on that elbow but weird thing is when I'm training it doesn't really bother me. It's not until later or the next day that it really starts to hurt. Wife keeps telling me to go to the Dr and have it checked but that means an MRI and don't have money for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niners4reggie View Post
    Thanks bro! Ya I know I should take it easy on that elbow but weird thing is when I'm training it doesn't really bother me. It's not until later or the next day that it really starts to hurt. Wife keeps telling me to go to the Dr and have it checked but that means an MRI and don't have money for that.
    aint no one got time for that haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    aint no one got time for that haha
    Lol I was going to say that!!!!
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    Lol I was going to say that!!!!
    lol, cant wait to get mine!
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    Me neither I'm wanting to see your thoughts on it.
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    I've decided after today I'm taking a few weeks off from training bis. My left arm from wrist to elbow are pretty jacked right now. Was able to get a decent night in but paying for it now.

    Standing db curls
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    Couldn't get 12 on the last 2 sets with left arm.

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    Overall the amount of weight was down on about everything. Should've gone lighter on standing curls.
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    looks like you tore it up! good idea of taking a break, don't want any serious injury to happen. I know its tough to not train something for a while.
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    damn, sorry to hear man
    is best to rest however, get it right before you aggravate and possibly knock yourself out of action for a longer spell..play it smart, if continues perhaps consider seeking medical opinion
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    Ya I think I initially did it doing straight bar preacher curls about a month ago. Started hurting then, and just hasn't healed completely. I'm pretty good on every other day except days when I train bis. Think I will sub an extra cardio day on those days for the next couple of weeks. Not a big deal, just have to train smarter like you said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niners4reggie View Post
    Ya I think I initially did it doing straight bar preacher curls about a month ago. Started hurting then, and just hasn't healed completely. I'm pretty good on every other day except days when I train bis. Think I will sub an extra cardio day on those days for the next couple of weeks. Not a big deal, just have to train smarter like you said.
    Preacher curls.... The last 1/4 of the negative is where most injuries happen with the extreme stretch. I usually won't go all the way to the bottom of the pad when doing them. When the almost mid way point of my forearm touches I stop and start back up. You lose some ROM of course and the lower part of the bicep doesn't get worked as much, but incline curls can easily make up for that. Just an idea for when you get rested up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Preacher curls.... The last 1/4 of the negative is where most injuries happen with the extreme stretch. I usually won't go all the way to the bottom of the pad when doing them. When the almost mid way point of my forearm touches I stop and start back up. You lose some ROM of course and the lower part of the bicep doesn't get worked as much, but incline curls can easily make up for that. Just an idea for when you get rested up.
    Thanks for the tip brother!!
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    So I decided to go ahead and train back today. I went with significantly less weight so I didn't do further damage.

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    Face Pulls starting at the bottom then up after each set to the top, then back down
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    I'm a little sore once again but I think I kept it at an appropriate weight.
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    I was going to point out to not worry about bicep training for a while since they get used quite a bit on back day. Good workout. Lookin good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    I was going to point out to not worry about bicep training for a while since they get used quite a bit on back day. Good workout. Lookin good!
    Thanks bro!! Just saw that Finaflex has it's own forum, that is badass!!! I signed up but wont let me reply or start a new thread, must be because I'm new to it??
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    Quote Originally Posted by niners4reggie View Post

    Thanks bro!! Just saw that Finaflex has it's own forum, that is badass!!! I signed up but wont let me reply or start a new thread, must be because I'm new to it??
    Possibly. I'll look into it for you brother.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Possibly. I'll look into it for you brother.
    It was on me I hadn't checked my email yet and clicked the link.
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    I'll be running this log there as well.
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    Awesome
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    Was able to get to the gym early today. Leg/shoulders day today but decided to skip shoulders due to my arm. Figured the range of motion would put too much stress on it. Figured at 6:30 in the morning it would be packed but there were only 3 other guys lifting, so was able to get everything done in an hour.
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    Forgot to suggest to try rolling that injured bicep with a tennis ball some. Around the lower part of the bicep and the elbow to relieve some pressure.
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    way to tear up the legs! I also squatted today, legs are so wobbly right now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Forgot to suggest to try rolling that injured bicep with a tennis ball some. Around the lower part of the bicep and the elbow to relieve some pressure.
    Wow! I never even thought of that. Thanks for the tip bro!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    way to tear up the legs! I also squatted today, legs are so wobbly right now
    Thanks buddy, I'm walking around like a bull rider lol!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Forgot to suggest to try rolling that injured bicep with a tennis ball some. Around the lower part of the bicep and the elbow to relieve some pressure.
    Did this yesterday and last night. Great idea!! Really feels good today. Thanks again!!!
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    Anything to help brotherman.
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    Did a lil cardio this morning.
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    10 minutes on stair climber
    Heavy bag work with 5 lb dbs

    Felt great, my left arm feels so much better today!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by niners4reggie View Post
    Did a lil cardio this morning.
    20 mins on the bike
    10 minutes on stair climber
    Heavy bag work with 5 lb dbs

    Felt great, my left arm feels so much better today!!!
    good to here bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    good to here bro
    Thanks brother!
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    I love these straps!!! It made my training today much better than without them. Even hit a pr on rack pulls!!

    Rack Pulls
    135x10
    225x10
    365x8
    425x3
    455x1 PR!

    Rack Pull Shrugs
    Changed these up a little. Rack Pull then 5 shrugs back down Rack Pull 5 shrugs etc.
    185x8 pulls+40 shrugs x 5 sets
    The straps really helped me "pull" this one off!!

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    Pull back with left then slowly back to start while pulling back with right so on and so forth. 10 reps per side x 3 sets@70 pounds per side.

    Finished with cardio
    20 minutes on the bike

    5 one minute rounds on heavy bag with 8 lb dbs
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    Good workout! Straps are great if you are like me and don't really care about grip strength. Moving big weight is always fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Good workout! Straps are great if you are like me and don't really care about grip strength. Moving big weight is always fun
    Thanks bro! I totally agree about grip strength. I would rather work my back as hard as I can, then have to worry about my grip.
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    nice job on the PR man
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    Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    nice job on the PR man
    Thanks bro!
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    Trained some grappling tonight and of course cardio that goes along with it. Footwork, speed bag, heavy bag. Took along a serving of apple fusion and felt great. Talked a couple of my training partners to put in their order for some
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    mma?
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    Yes sir
    I use to as well, but trainer moved to Colorado. my bro did a couple fights and moved out there to train with him still
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    Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    I use to as well, but trainer moved to Colorado. my bro did a couple fights and moved out there to train with him still
    A lot of good gyms in Colorado. My trainers are from Colorado Springs
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