How VOLATILE can Mountainman get? (Sponsered)

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    Dang bro you are one lucky SOB getting to log all kinds of products lately! Im down to see what this PWO does for you!
    Not sure if it's luck or the fact that we're slow at work right now and I spend a sh!t load of time on AM. :-)
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    Had dinner with my parents last night, and stuffed my face silly with these awesome pork tender loin medallions and some amazing sweet potato concoction that I couldn't get enough of. So needless to say, I need to burn some major calories. But the other side of this is that my wife has to split for her group fitness class. I need to bust this out in intense fashion. I chug my Volatile and as soon as that BA flush hits it's time to toss some iron.

    DB OHP / Wide Grip Pull Ups
    45s x 12 / BW x 8
    45s x 12 / BW x 8
    45s x 10 / BW x 6
    45s x 10 / BW x 6
    45s x 8 / BW x 5

    My elbow felt pretty good during the presses with the lighter weights which is a promising sign that's it's on the mend. One slight twinge on the 3rd set but it was just one quick pinch. I focused on my elbows and their path of travel and it seemed to right the ship.

    WMD Lateral Raises / Skier Pull Downs
    20s x 8, 10s x 6 / 55 x 12
    10s x 10 / 20s x 5 / 55 x 12
    20s x 6, 10s x 6 / 55 x 12

    Plate Front Raises / Bent Over BB Rows, underhand' 20 seconds rest
    35 x 8 / 135 x 10
    35 x 8 / 135 x 10
    35 x 7 / 135 x 9

    Triple Threat Trifecta
    BB OHP / Lateral Raises / Upright Rows, No rest
    95 x 8 / 20s x 5 / 85 x 6
    Reverse Trifecta, No rest
    105 x 6 / 20s x 4 / 95 x 5
    Trifecta
    95 x 6 / 20s x 4 / 105 x 5

    My shoulders are pretty well fried at this point but I still have 2 minutes before I have to go back inside, so what the heck, rest pause chin ups.

    BW x 4, 3, 3, 2, 2
    I read this and instantly my shoulders felt worked out. I guess that mind over matter. Good job on the delts.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post

    It's SO expensive. But there's this guy that lists things on his Web site, I think his name is Craig, he usually has some good equipment deals. I'm looking at a power rack that some guy is selling for $200 because he's moving. It's in great condition.
    Hey I've been out of town all week and haven't been on as much as I'd like sorry bout that!!

    What kind of rack is it? Make sure you don't buy anything with less than a 1000lb capacity!
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by 02sixxer View Post

    I read this and instantly my shoulders felt worked out. I guess that mind over matter. Good job on the delts.
    Thanks. I just wish my delts would respond. That's one muscle group I've always been disappointed with.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by TheSwanks View Post

    Hey I've been out of town all week and haven't been on as much as I'd like sorry bout that!!

    What kind of rack is it? Make sure you don't buy anything with less than a 1000lb capacity!
    It's otay, I know you still love me.

    And I already told the guy I was passing on that rack. Kenpo found out online for me and it said weight capacity was 300 to 500 lbs. Thanks for the heads up though.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post

    It's otay, I know you still love me.

    And I already told the guy I was passing on that rack. Kenpo found out online for me and it said weight capacity was 300 to 500 lbs. Thanks for the heads up though.
    Right on man. I have a powertec rack I love it
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  7. Wife flew out of state for her month of military training so it's just the kiddos and I. Been an emotional morning but I thought it would be a good day to test out my DL and redirect some of that emotion at a pile of weights. I gave my calves a break today though, DL testing then glutes and hammies while the kids are sleeping.

    Warmed up well on the elliptical and stair climber, and worked my way up the weight ladder on the bar.

    DLs
    135 x 5
    225 x 4
    295 x 2
    345 x 1
    385 x 1
    415 x 1 PR
    425 x FAIL

    Yup, definitely stronger. 400 was my previous record. 415 wasn't easy, but I felt like I had more gas left to go a touch heavier. 425 was just a smidge to heavy. I got the bar about 5" off the ground and stalled hard. But with just under 2 weeks left to go in this cycle I'm pretty sure I've got 425 in the bag. My only issue with the lift was that I needed straps. During my ladder up I started losing my grip on my right hand. Unfortunately it seems I've lost done grip strength with my tendinitis issue. I'll work on getting that back though.

    Cable Hamstring Curls
    *35* x 15
    *45* x 12
    *45* x 10

    BB RDLs
    225 x 6
    225 x 6

    Back pumps were out of control. I had to stop the RDLs and move on.

    Assisted Russian Hamstring Curls to GHRs
    BW x 8, 4
    BW x 6, 3
    BW x 5, 2

    This sh!t was heavy:
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  8. Oh, and it was a balmy 41 degrees out today. Perfect tanning weather:
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    Oh, and it was a balmy 41 degrees out today. Perfect tanning weather:
    <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachment****97 156"/>
    You're nutty as squirrel sh!t dude lol
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  10. Nice pulls to go with your tan! Congrats on the PR!
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by kenpoengineer View Post
    Nice pulls to go with your tan! Congrats on the PR!
    Thanks engineer, still need to get a little darker though.
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    Oh, and it was a balmy 41 degrees out today. Perfect tanning weather: <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachment****97 156"/>
    Fr-fr-freezing! Hell no to that, hellooo Texas weather (my home state)

  13. Quote Originally Posted by madiskinny View Post

    Fr-fr-freezing! Hell no to that, hellooo Texas weather (my home state)
    It's all relative. 41 was downright balmy today.
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  14. Ok, so I'm taking a poll, and not sure if this will actaully be a poll depending how many people respond, but while the wife is away and I'm left to my own devices while the kids are sleeping, I'm contemplating doing 2 a days on upper body days. Which would entail cardio (alternating HIIT and LISS) in the mornings before getting the family ready for school and weight training at night after they go to bed. What do people think? Or maybe weights in the morning and cardio at night? Thoughts? Insights? Am I asking for trouble? What do ya got?

  15. Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    Ok, so I'm taking a poll, and not sure if this will actaully be a poll depending how many people respond, but while the wife is away and I'm left to my own devices while the kids are sleeping, I'm contemplating doing 2 a days on upper body days. Which would entail cardio (alternating HIIT and LISS) in the mornings before getting the family ready for school and weight training at night after they go to bed. What do people think? Or maybe weights in the morning and cardio at night? Thoughts? Insights? Am I asking for trouble? What do ya got?
    I say do it! I'd personally do weights first but that's just me
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  16. Lift in the morning and cardio at night sounds like a good plan.
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  17. Weights first Cardio second would be my recommendation as well brother.

  18. So I'm still conflicted about how to run my 2 a days. I've been getting good info for both protocols. Any more input on this or any more info as to which would be more beneficial? I will starting tomorrow and I don't want to have to change part way through and mess with the tempo.

  19. Last night was a weird night. Was getting the kids ready for bed, texting with the wife (though she was in classes all day, not sure she's supposed to be texting while in a military class) and she said she wasn't going to be able to talk until 8:30 or 9:00 our time. So I put my son down and was about to take my daughter up stairs when she text saying keep them up, she'd be calling in a couple minutes. And wouldn't you know it, I had already taken my Volatile. Started to kill my motivation right there. She talked with my daughter for about 15 minutes, then I talked with her for about 15 minutes, and it took FOOOOOR EEEEVVVVEEEERRR to get my daughter to cooperate for bed time. I was getting ready to head out to the gym when she yelled to me that she was going to throw up. She ran into the bathroom expecting to throw up. She didn't, and I convinced her to go back to bed with a pan next to her just in case, but now there was no way I was going outside if she was potentially going to puke. So I did push ups on DBs with all sorts of hand placement widths and variations, "Dragon Flags" on the floor with Side Bridges, and reverse flys with 10 lb. Dbs that we had in the livingroom. I worked up a good sweat, and was out of breath more than a few times during those circuits. It was a good improsiational workout, and my daughter never threw up, so a win/win. Besides, it was only 11 degrees outside and my gym wasn't much warmer. But I do know the Volatile lasted that whole time. My chest and upperback were very well pumped, and I was sweating my tuckus off.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    Last night was a weird night. Was getting the kids ready for bed, texting with the wife (though she was in classes all day, not sure she's supposed to be texting while in a military class) and she said she wasn't going to be able to talk until 8:30 or 9:00 our time. So I put my son down and was about to take my daughter up stairs when she text saying keep them up, she'd be calling in a couple minutes. And wouldn't you know it, I had already taken my Volatile. Started to kill my motivation right there. She talked with my daughter for about 15 minutes, then I talked with her for about 15 minutes, and it took FOOOOOR EEEEVVVVEEEERRR to get my daughter to cooperate for bed time. I was getting ready to head out to the gym when she yelled to me that she was going to throw up. She ran into the bathroom expecting to throw up. She didn't, and I convinced her to go back to bed with a pan next to her just in case, but now there was no way I was going outside if she was potentially going to puke. So I did push ups on DBs with all sorts of hand placement widths and variations, "Dragon Flags" on the floor with Side Bridges, and reverse flys with 10 lb. Dbs that we had in the livingroom. I worked up a good sweat, and was out of breath more than a few times during those circuits. It was a good improsiational workout, and my daughter never threw up, so a win/win. Besides, it was only 11 degrees outside and my gym wasn't much warmer. But I do know the Volatile lasted that whole time. My chest and upperback were very well pumped, and I was sweating my tuckus off.
    way to make the best of it dude!!! glad the little one is doing ok, too.

    as for the 2-a-days, best way to go is just pick a method that makes sense to you and if it doesn't work, change it! everyone is different, only way to learn is to try.
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by TheSwanks View Post
    way to make the best of it dude!!! glad the little one is doing ok, too.

    as for the 2-a-days, best way to go is just pick a method that makes sense to you and if it doesn't work, change it! everyone is different, only way to learn is to try.
    This true, everyone responds differently. On my other log had a post with some pretty good info and points for doing cardio mornings and weight nights. but you're right Swanks, sometimes you gotta just get your a$$ in gear.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post

    This true, everyone responds differently. On my other log had a post with some pretty good info and points for doing cardio mornings and weight nights. but you're right Swanks, sometimes you gotta just get your a$$ in gear.
    I'd lift first and hit cardio later. But that's me. I rarely do cardio. When I do two a days its all lifting
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  23. At least you made the best of it!

    I agree; I'd do lifts first. For me it's easier to do cardio when wiped out than to lift.
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  24. On my other log in getting the opposite. Cardio a.m., weights p.m. My major concern is nutrition. Since my kids don't go to bed till 7:30 or 8 my only nutrition before I go to bed is my post wo Shake.
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    On my other log in getting the opposite. Cardio a.m., weights p.m. My major concern is nutrition. Since my kids don't go to bed till 7:30 or 8 my only nutrition before I go to bed is my post wo Shake.
    What you eat during the day can take up to 24 hours to stop releasing free amino acids in your blood. I wouldn't worry about it
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