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    Quote Originally Posted by 1ifeblood View Post
    You are KILLING it big boy! I wish I could move the weight like you do!
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    Are you making up for the reps that you fail to complete? I don't remember off the top of my head, but I believe that you're supposed to make up for them somehow. I'll look it up.
    Either way, you're killing it and I'm glad you're enjoying the stimul8. Sessions are looking brutal, as usual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Are you making up for the reps that you fail to complete? I don't remember off the top of my head, but I believe that you're supposed to make up for them somehow. I'll look it up.
    Either way, you're killing it and I'm glad you're enjoying the stimul8. Sessions are looking brutal, as usual.
    No, didn't know I was suppose to? So I would add an 11th set with the ones I have missed? And thanks. The energy and focus I am getting from Stimul8 is definitely working for me with GVT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    No, didn't know I was suppose to? So I would add an 11th set with the ones I have missed? And thanks. The energy and focus I am getting from Stimul8 is definitely working for me with GVT.
    I'm gonna look it up for you, as I don't remember off the top of my head. I know there are different versions of GVT so we'll see. Give me a few to do some reading.
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    Don't think you make them up. Next session you try to beat previous reps so you 10x10 then add weight.
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    Nah you don't make them up. You don't go to failure. You don't use negatives beyond the normal tempo. When you hit all sets and reps you up the weight by five percent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Nah you don't make them up. You don't go to failure. You don't use negatives beyond the normal tempo. When you hit all sets and reps you up the weight by five percent.
    Word. My bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Nah you don't make them up. You don't go to failure. You don't use negatives beyond the normal tempo. When you hit all sets and reps you up the weight by five percent.
    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Word. My bad.
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    Thanks guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Don't thank him. He is lost to us with his kipping and toe touches
    He means well...
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    Damn, that's a lot of work there Wasme.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Don't thank him. He is lost to us with his kipping and toe touches
    You're a real McDickhole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    You're a real McDickhole.
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    Shake I just had was pretty good.

    1/2 cup cooked oatmeal
    2 scoops peanut butter cookie protein
    Two tblsp Chocolate PB2
    Six egg whites
    Couple packs of Splenda

    Blended all that up and poured over ice. Mmmmmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Shake I just had was pretty good.

    1/2 cup cooked oatmeal
    2 scoops peanut butter cookie protein
    Two tblsp Chocolate PB2
    Six egg whites
    Couple packs of Splenda

    Blended all that up and poured over ice. Mmmmmmm
    what's the splenda for?

    I used to do egg whites in shakes, not bad - never did 6 tho that's quite a few
    one of my all-time fav shakes:
    3 egg whites
    2 scoops Ultra Size (Beverly international - they don't make it anymore , was quality beef protein)
    3 TBS heavy whipping cream
    1 TBS natty PB
    2c water
    optional - 1/2c oats (uncooked)

    friggin tasty
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    Quote Originally Posted by RegisterJr View Post
    Damn, that's a lot of work there Wasme.
    Thanks.. was pretty sore last night. Supersetting it all really cuts the time down too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Shake I just had was pretty good.

    1/2 cup cooked oatmeal
    2 scoops peanut butter cookie protein
    Two tblsp Chocolate PB2
    Six egg whites
    Couple packs of Splenda

    Blended all that up and poured over ice. Mmmmmmm
    That sounds really good.. what did you use for liquid? (milk, almond milk, or..)
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    Ha! I posted in your thread instead if mine lol. Sorry bout that.

    I just cooked the oatmeal and added like 4oz of water in the blender.

    When I poured it over ice the ice melted cause the oatmeal was still scalding hot lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    what's the splenda for?

    I used to do egg whites in shakes, not bad - never did 6 tho that's quite a few
    one of my all-time fav shakes:
    3 egg whites
    2 scoops Ultra Size (Beverly international - they don't make it anymore , was quality beef protein)
    3 TBS heavy whipping cream
    1 TBS natty PB
    2c water
    optional - 1/2c oats (uncooked)

    friggin tasty
    Was the 3 TBS heavy whip to get fat content in there? Shake sounds good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    what's the splenda for?

    I used to do egg whites in shakes, not bad - never did 6 tho that's quite a few
    one of my all-time fav shakes:
    3 egg whites
    2 scoops Ultra Size (Beverly international - they don't make it anymore , was quality beef protein)
    3 TBS heavy whipping cream
    1 TBS natty PB
    2c water
    optional - 1/2c oats (uncooked)

    friggin tasty
    This was my "cheat meal" I guess you could say. 7th meal of the day and I wanted something sweet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Ha! I posted in your thread instead if mine lol. Sorry bout that.

    I just cooked the oatmeal and added like 4oz of water in the blender.

    When I poured it over ice the ice melted cause the oatmeal was still scalding hot lol.
    No problem, anytime feel free to post whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Was the 3 TBS heavy whip to get fat content in there? Shake sounds good.
    yessir, exactly
    secondary was the thick, fantastic taste that cream gives it, yum
    this works better in a bulk-type approach (obviously), but I can fit this shake in any type of diet/goal setting
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    10/31/2013

    Happy Hallowe'en my brothers...

    Dosed a scoop of Stimul8 before heading out in the pouring rain this morning, did 5.5km. Was absolutely drenched upon my return and had to have a complete change of clothing, shoes and all. Stimul8 kicked in around the half way mark as usual. Breathing intensified, speed increased. Nice!

    Day 2: Legs


    SUPERSET 1

    Squats (ATG)
    175x10
    175x10
    175x10
    175x10
    175x10
    175x10
    175x10
    175x10
    175x10
    175x10

    - used the 402 tempo.

    Lying Legs Curls
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    60x10
    60x10
    60x10
    60x10
    60x10
    60x10
    60x10
    60x10
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    TRI-SUPERSET

    Leg Extensions
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    100x15
    100x15

    Stiffleg Deadlifts
    135x10
    135x10
    135x10
    135x10

    - wicked stress in hamstrings on each rep held the count for 3 at the bottom.

    Standing Barbell Calf Raises
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    - Got to work and really had to lug myself up the 7 flights of stairs to my desk.
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    Time to up that weight! I was surprised when I hit all my sets on legs yesterday. Going to ratchet up to 205 on squats next go around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Time to up that weight! I was surprised when I hit all my sets on legs yesterday. Going to ratchet up to 205 on squats next go around.
    I was thinking 195 next go round for squats.. and 70 on the leg curls
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post

    I was thinking 195 next go round for squats.. and 70 on the leg curls
    Those look like solid increases to me. How long are you trying between exercises in the super sets?
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    To be honest, I think @ 195 I will be toast after 5-6 sets but according to Kleen that is the point and build to 10x10.

    Right now I am getting about 45-50 seconds between exercises. (Squat 45sec, leg curl 45sec, ....)
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    To be honest, I think @ 195 I will be toast after 5-6 sets but according to Kleen that is the point and build to 10x10.

    Right now I am getting about 45-50 seconds between exercises. (Squat 45sec, leg curl 45sec, ....)
    Mine goes

    Squats then 20 seconds rest (basically enough time to move to the other exercise). Leg curls then 90 seconds rest.

    45 seconds is usually the most I EVER use during any other training and never with ss.
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    It is really just an alternated set more than a Superset. In the original it is done with 90 seconds between each exercise but that is a lot. 60 between each is going to lean you up some and 45 between YOWZA's that is beast mode. I do like your modification Monte, and it probably ends up being apples to apples on difference between 110 seconds rest total your way and 120 doing 60 rest between each one. When I did it with the 90 I couldn't get out of the gym without going over an hour easily. Was no big deal when young and single but employed and with a busy family that ain't cutting it for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Mine goes

    Squats then 20 seconds rest (basically enough time to move to the other exercise). Leg curls then 90 seconds rest.

    45 seconds is usually the most I EVER use during any other training and never with ss.
    True supersets my only rest is exercise to excerise or changing a weight as you mentioned. I am doing the same, just moving a little slower, and the rest becomes a little more as the sets get deeper, but never beyond that 45-50 seconds.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    It is really just an alternated set more than a Superset. In the original it is done with 90 seconds between each exercise but that is a lot. 60 between each is going to lean you up some and 45 between YOWZA's that is beast mode. I do like your modification Monte, and it probably ends up being apples to apples on difference between 110 seconds rest total your way and 120 doing 60 rest between each one. When I did it with the 90 I couldn't get out of the gym without going over an hour easily. Was no big deal when young and single but employed and with a busy family that ain't cutting it for me.
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    Crazy man, but intriguing. I think I may steal your leg routine... Are you doing this to gain, or lean, or does it matter depending on foods?
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