Jim gets a month of R+R from the FREAKS over at Finaflex

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    Can't sleep.

    Dunno why.

    Might take another half scoop.
    Guess you fell asleep
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by LizKing531 View Post
    Sub'd!
    Good to have you big guy.
    Quote Originally Posted by edje007 View Post

    Guess you fell asleep
    I did.

    I took another half scoop and passed out after about 30-45 minutes, woke up for my alarm and looked at it and said "nope" and went back to sleep.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    Good to have you big guy.

    I did.

    I took another half scoop and passed out after about 30-45 minutes, woke up for my alarm and looked at it and said "nope" and went back to sleep.
    lol....some just need more than others. Sounds like you had a good sleep.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by edje007 View Post

    lol....some just need more than others. Sounds like you had a good sleep.
    Got about 6 hours but woke up feeling pretty alert, although my body felt tired.


    Feeling good now that I'm moving.

  5. yeah, sort of affects me like that as well jim
    there is nothing in existence, that will give me a "nationally recognized as needed" 8hrs sleep/night - period
    i have long not required (or been able to accomplish for that matter) long extended sleep, my body is just wired that way..i think this changes when i was teens, prior to that i was deep sleeper/needed my min 8hrs; now, 6hrs is ~average, and really all i need to be refreshed and recharged
    where i do notice the difference hugely however, is in the ability to be able to fall asleep to begin with, and the soundness with which i do sleep once i get there..a very light sleeper usually, i can go thru entire nights w/o waking up while on G8 (well - except if i have to pee or something )
    and even when i only get 4-5hrs sleep on G8, i still awaken energetic and ready to roll, pop outta bed like toast coming out of the toaster

    big fan of this product, have never really experienced anything like it that is so consistently noticeable and effective, insofar as sleep products go
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  6. Meadows rows are awesome. I just put my hand on my quad or knee.

    Apple Fusion is delicious and half a scoop of G8 puts me out like a light!

    Good looking log thus far bro.
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  7. Only issue I have with Meadow's rows is when the bar starts to twist when using a heavier load. Makes it hard to maintain grip. Started using straps for them and they helped immensely. Great exercise. If you keep your hand off of your quad, you'll engage the core a little more. I cheat and use my quad sometimes though.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Only issue I have with Meadow's rows is when the bar starts to twist when using a heavier load. Makes it hard to maintain grip. Started using straps for them and they helped immensely. Great exercise. If you keep your hand off of your quad, you'll engage the core a little more. I cheat and use my quad sometimes though.
    Yeah, I use them to try to work the core as an anti-rotation exercise as well.

    I was looking for straps (because I forgot mine) but just used a thumbless grip and it worked out OK.

  9. Hit the hill today at my old high school, wasn't really tight so I didn't do any mobility stuff before hand.

    Talked to some of my old football coaches, one was a Major in the Army so we talked a little bit. Got a lot of comments about how much thicker I was, hell last time I talked to them I weighed 145 pounds (which they remembered, 3 years later!)

    Anyway, the training:

    Pre: 4 caps Max Pump, 2 caps Uncut
    Intra: half scoop BCAA/SAA (put a whole scoop, but didn't finish the drink and have half left to mix with G8 tonight)


    Workout:
    8 x Hill Sprint


    The hill:


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    Felt good, sprinted up walked down and sprinted back up. Worked up a good sweat, got the heart rate up. Working on my speed today, conditioning is high right now. Not too out of breath (and uncut always helps to open up the airway for me).

  10. I am glad to see you refer to that as a hill..ppl in northern Indiana would call that a mountain

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  12. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    I am glad to see you refer to that as a hill..ppl in northern Indiana would call that a mountain
    It's real flat out in Indiana? I've only ever passed through on the way to Michigan (family lives up there)

    There were some real mmonster hills we ran back on Ft. Bragg, but I much prefer the one at the HS. Hell, I've run on that hill for damn near 6 years lol.
    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Sub'd
    Oh hai!

  13. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    It's real flat out in Indiana? I've only ever passed through on the way to Michigan (family lives up there)
    Mostly flat, especially northern - that's some seriously flat land, never been to the great plains, but I could imagine it would be similar. There's a bit more interesting terrain getting closer to the river in southern IN, but nothing I'd call a mountain.
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  14. I'm in on this too....
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by LizKing531 View Post
    Mostly flat, especially northern - that's some seriously flat land, never been to the great plains, but I could imagine it would be similar. There's a bit more interesting terrain getting closer to the river in southern IN, but nothing I'd call a mountain.
    exactly man - southern Indiana is totally different than the layout up north here - they actually have some pretty beautiful views/nature settings, vs up here it's like all corn
    I actually refer to southern Indiana as northern Kentucky tho
    both in terrain, and the ppl's different, um, outlook in life down that way

  16. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    exactly man - southern Indiana is totally different than the layout up north here - they actually have some pretty beautiful views/nature settings, vs up here it's like all corn
    I actually refer to southern Indiana as northern Kentucky tho
    both in terrain, and the ppl's different, um, outlook in life down that way
    Yeah ... understandable. There was a story in the paper from around there, some sorta homicide, but I.quote "...her friend, cousin, and sometimes lover...." .....um....yeah... :/
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by LizKing531 View Post
    Yeah ... understandable. There was a story in the paper from around there, some sorta homicide, but I.quote "...her friend, cousin, and sometimes lover...." .....um....yeah... :/

  18. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    Food:

    <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachment****86 748"/>
    How do you like the protein? I just snagged some myself.

  19. Ummm...is that pre or post digestion?? Lol What are we looking at there?
    Always open light. Itís not what you open with, itís what you finish with. Louie Simmons

  20. Quote Originally Posted by gokix811 View Post

    How do you like the protein? I just snagged some myself.
    That's my second jug of Vanilla. Tastes great, good quality blend, and if you can find it for a good price its worth the buy.

    I also have two chocolate that my wife drinks. Its the only protein she can stand to drink.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Ummm...is that pre or post digestion?? Lol What are we looking at there?
    Sweet potato with cinnamon, protein drink, half a chicken thigh (6 oz) with a slice of provolone melted on top.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post

    Sweet potato with cinnamon, protein drink, half a chicken thigh (6 oz) with a slice of provolone melted on top.
    I like food that looks like vomit, that way I know what it'll look like in case I can't stomach it.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Only issue I have with Meadow's rows is when the bar starts to twist when using a heavier load. Makes it hard to maintain grip. Started using straps for them and they helped immensely. Great exercise. If you keep your hand off of your quad, you'll engage the core a little more. I cheat and use my quad sometimes though.
    I do mine on a T bar row machine, works out amazingly well. The barbell version works well though too.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by 3clipseGT View Post

    I do mine on a T bar row machine, works out amazingly well. The barbell version works well though too.
    That's how I was doing them as well.
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