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    Good choice, IMO. Are you doing treadmill cardio?

    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    So I'm ready to start working towards my leaner, badder self. I should be seeing abs by Friday or Saturday. JK, I know it'll take longer, so probably by Sunday or Monday.
    Oh, man. You're doing something wrong. In 8-10 mins of cardio bi-weekly you should have rock hard abs within half a week or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RegisterJr View Post
    Good choice, IMO. Are you doing treadmill cardio?
    We have a treadmill, an elliptical, and a stair master. I do shuttle runs with weights, explosive burpees, high speed knee highs, all kinds of different things for HIIT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    OK, so for my 2 a days, which I'm starting tomorrow, I've gotten some great responses and some great info. There were good arguments for both splits. But my decision is based mainly on time management. I'm going to do weights in the a.m., and cardio (HIIT or LISS, alternating) in the p.m. Morning time I have more leeway to do longer works, which sometimes I need for lifting. Cardio I don't plan on doing for more than 30 mins. This way I know I'll be able to wake up and get in a solid session and then after the kids go night night I can knock out my evening workout and not be getting to bed too late. It does mean however that The Americans, Justified, Archer, Best Ink, and any other bada$$ shows that are on late are just going to have to sit on the DVR until the weekend when I can play catch up.
    Atta boy!! I like that plan dude. Some DVR services allow you to stream to your phone or iPad. I used to watch all my shows while doing liss
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSwanks View Post
    Atta boy!! I like that plan dude. Some DVR services allow you to stream to your phone or iPad. I used to watch all my shows while doing liss
    Can you do that with Comcast? If so, I'm all over that shi!t.
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    Last night was plyo night, tourney season creeping up.

    I got an earlier start than the night before, so that added to the motivational factor. And another chilly night in the outdoor gym. 9 degrees according to the mercury. But the great thing about Volatile: it raises my body temp, so cold isn't an issue. Don't have to pay extra for electicity on those heaters.

    A good solid warm up on the elliptical and stair master, then light depth jumps to prepare my CNS for a jolting.

    2 Leg 6" Depth Jumps
    10
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    10

    2 Leg 18" Depth Jumps
    8
    8
    10
    10

    1 Leg 4" Depth Jumps
    6,6
    6,6
    6,6

    Power Cleans
    135 x 6
    135 x 6
    135 x 6

    1 Leg to 2 Leg 4" Depth jumps
    6,6,4
    6,6,4

    2 Leg 24" Depth Jumps
    4

    My legs were pretty spent by the time I got to the 24" drops, so 4 was all I could muster while still being able to get off the ground. A little shaky up the stairs to bed, but went to bed fired up for starting my 2 a days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    We have a treadmill, an elliptical, and a stair master. I do shuttle runs with weights, explosive burpees, high speed knee highs, all kinds of different things for HIIT.
    Doing hiit on the stair master is killer. I would do 45 seconds of power walking and 15 seconds of running on the SM!
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    Quote Originally Posted by madiskinny View Post

    Doing hiit on the stair master is killer. I would do 45 seconds of power walking and 15 seconds of running on the SM!
    I do hiit by accident sometimes when I only take short breaks between sets of squats lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSwanks View Post
    I do hiit by accident sometimes when I only take short breaks between sets of squats lol
    Same thing here Swanky.....I am no longer doing reps of 1 or 2, more 8-12 with smaller rest sets...

    As for shows, will have to look into a few that you listed. Right now I am hooked on Eastbound and Down and House of Lies with Don Cheadle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSwanks View Post
    I do hiit by accident sometimes when I only take short breaks between sets of squats lol
    In case I needed another reason to think you're a bada$$
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    Yesterday was 2 a day #1.
    Morning Workout:

    I had do adjust a bit due to my traps still being sore from the living room workout with all the resverse flys I did. I worked delts, and did some lat work, but did a rare amount of extra bicep work.

    BB OHP / Chin Ups
    95 x 8 / BW x 8
    95 x 8 / BW x 8
    135 x 7 *PR* / BW x 8
    95 x 8 / BW x 7
    95 x 8 / BW x 6

    My first 2 sets of OHP were an additional warm up, but also to see if my elbow was up for some heavy pressing. My initial plan was to try and get above 155 lbs., my current 1RM. After my 4th rep on 135 my elbow started winking at me letting me know that it wasn't quite there yet. I focused very hard on keeping my elbows back next to my shoulders since I have a tendancy to let them drift forward. When I focused on keeping them back it helped and I was able to hit a PR of 7 reps. My previous max on 135 was 5 reps. At the end though my elbow had a slight ache so I dropped the weight back down and went for an "exaggerated" ROM trying to bring the bar to just below my collar bones and try to get some extra delt activation. And the chin ups pissed me off as usual. I hear about or read about guys being able to do 15, 20, even 25 chin ups in a set, and the most I've ever been able to do in 1 set is 11. I've been told that my long arms combined with my body weight is the issue. I've read articles on that but it still irritates that crap out of me.

    DB Lateral Raises / Incline DB Curls
    20s x 12 / 25s x 10
    20s x 12 / 25s x 10
    20s x 10 / 25s x 10

    Focused very hard on slow and controlled eccentrics for both exercises.

    DB OHP / Standing Low Cable Curls
    50s x 10 / *40* x 10
    55s x 9 / *45* x 10
    60s x / *55* x 7


    Evening Workout:

    Explosive Burpees
    All in one motion go from standing to squating to plank position to half push ups to squating to jump as high as possible and repeat. I shoot for 15 in a row, for 10 cycles. As you get closer to 10 cycles it gets harder to get 15 reps. 10 cycles took me just about 20 minutes, and since it was 9 degrees outside, and in my gym, I didn't sweat a drop. Otherwise in a regular gym, or anything warmer than 30 degrees I would have been sweating my a$$ off.

    Overall I like 2 a days. I kept my diet very clean as well, not using that as an excuse to eat some crap. Altough my mother-in-law made that very difficult since she already bought my kids a ton of Easter candy. I was a good boy though. And I slept like a baby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by double s View Post
    Same thing here Swanky.....I am no longer doing reps of 1 or 2, more 8-12 with smaller rest sets...

    As for shows, will have to look into a few that you listed. Right now I am hooked on Eastbound and Down and House of Lies with Don Cheadle...

    Can't forget Walking Dead
    Walking Dead I will skip working out for. That show has me hooked worse than than a meth head.

    And some of the shows I listed are on FX. They have some of the most well written shows on TV. Sons of Anarchy was the first show of theirs that got me hooked. I missed the season opener for The Americans, and I had a wicked itch to watch it while I was making my kids lunches and getting stuff ready this morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    Walking Dead I will skip working out for. That show has me hooked worse than than a meth head.

    And some of the shows I listed are on FX. They have some of the most well written shows on TV. Sons of Anarchy was the first show of theirs that got me hooked. I missed the season opener for The Americans, and I had a wicked itch to watch it while I was making my kids lunches and getting stuff ready this morning.
    I liked the first season of Justified, but I haven't really seen any other show of theirs.

    I don't know how you guys have time for regular TV shows. There is always something that needs to be done around the house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RegisterJr View Post
    I liked the first season of Justified, but I haven't really seen any other show of theirs.

    I don't know how you guys have time for regular TV shows. There is always something that needs to be done around the house.
    My wife falls asleep at around 8:00 every night. After that, it's pure suspension of reality for me via HDTV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    My wife falls asleep at around 8:00 every night. After that, it's pure suspension of reality for me via HDTV.
    I'd be kissing that pillow too...
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    Alright Formutech gurus, what pricipitated the inclusion of DIM in your Volatile ingredient profile? Not that I mind, I'm always happy to get rid of some estrogen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    Alright Formutech gurus, what pricipitated the inclusion of DIM in your Volatile ingredient profile? Not that I mind, I'm always happy to get rid of some estrogen.
    Great question, I will leave that for one of the seasoned guys.

    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    Walking Dead I will skip working out for. That show has me hooked worse than than a meth head.

    And some of the shows I listed are on FX. They have some of the most well written shows on TV. Sons of Anarchy was the first show of theirs that got me hooked. I missed the season opener for The Americans, and I had a wicked itch to watch it while I was making my kids lunches and getting stuff ready this morning.
    I am also hooked on SOA, this last season was brutal....who else can they kill?
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    Quote Originally Posted by double s View Post
    I am also hooked on SOA, this last season was brutal....who else can they kill?
    Oh man, I think gemma and juice are toast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by double s View Post
    Great question, I will leave that for one of the seasoned guys.

    I am also hooked on SOA, this last season was brutal....who else can they kill?
    Great question for @Brucega
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    I know how it is when you take some great PWO and the wife wants to talk. I'm glad your doing so well on volatile
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    Oh man, I think gemma and juice are toast.
    It's ironic that Juice tried to off himself a few different times and survived......Be curious to see what happens with Gibbs/Jibbs as he is the most loyal
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    Quote Originally Posted by double s View Post
    It's ironic that Juice tried to off himself a few different times and survived......Be curious to see what happens with Gibbs/Jibbs as he is the most loyal
    We could start our own thread on just SOA alone. I'm sure we're not the only 2 addicted.
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    Last night I had the heaters CRANKED! It was 8 degrees outside when I got out to the gym to workout, and it was a balmy 27 in the gym. The Volatile went down nice and smooth. I forgot to mix it before hand so it was ready when I needed to take it, but that is where some other PWOs fail. I mixed it, shook it for about 20 seconds and everything was dissolved and ready to drink. I've other PWOs that have been chunky and gritty, not Volatile. Just one more reason to like this stuff.

    Calves and Hamstrings

    I wanted to focus very hard on hamstrings and try to limit glute activation.

    Lying Cable Hamstring Curls / Machine Leg Press Calf Raises
    *30* x 15 / *120* x 15
    *30* x 15 / *130* x 15
    *45* x 10 / *140* x 12

    I focused a lot of attention on relaxing my calves during the curls. Flexing my calves during curls is a HORRIBLE habit I have, as do most people based on my experience in training and coaching

    SLDLs / Seated Smith Machine Calf Raises
    225 x 6* / 155 x 25
    135 x 12 / 165 x 20
    135 x 12 / 165 x 20
    135 x 10 / 175 x 16

    I had to drop the weight on the SLDls significantly because the back pumps as of late have become almost debilitating. When I went down to 135 my back wasn't so bad. Still had some issues, but it was easier to push through at 135 than it was at *225.

    Assisted RHCs / Smith Machine Standing Calf Raises
    BW x 8 / 185 x 12
    BW x 8 / 185 x 12
    BW x 8 / 185 x 11

    The wind started really kicking up and dropping the temp in the garage. My wife backed her car into her partially opened garage door just before she left for training so our garage is no longer sealed as tightly as it used to be. A nice breeze is able to make its way through the building now. It started to get too cold to be comfortable, even with Volatile bringing my body temp up as usual, so I had to call it a night. Temp this a.m. was -2 so an a.m. workout today wasn't happening, but I may be able to swap my 2 a day workout today and get in some HIIT in our warehouse today and then lift in the evening after the heaters have had a chance to warm things up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    Last night I had the heaters CRANKED! It was 8 degrees outside when I got out to the gym to workout, and it was a balmy 27 in the gym. The Volatile went down nice and smooth. I forgot to mix it before hand so it was ready when I needed to take it, but that is where some other PWOs fail. I mixed it, shook it for about 20 seconds and everything was dissolved and ready to drink. I've other PWOs that have been chunky and gritty, not Volatile. Just one more reason to like this stuff.

    Calves and Hamstrings

    I wanted to focus very hard on hamstrings and try to limit glute activation.

    Lying Cable Hamstring Curls / Machine Leg Press Calf Raises
    *30* x 15 / *120* x 15
    *30* x 15 / *130* x 15
    *45* x 10 / *140* x 12

    I focused a lot of attention on relaxing my calves during the curls. Flexing my calves during curls is a HORRIBLE habit I have, as do most people based on my experience in training and coaching

    SLDLs / Seated Smith Machine Calf Raises
    225 x 6* / 155 x 25
    135 x 12 / 165 x 20
    135 x 12 / 165 x 20
    135 x 10 / 175 x 16

    I had to drop the weight on the SLDls significantly because the back pumps as of late have become almost debilitating. When I went down to 135 my back wasn't so bad. Still had some issues, but it was easier to push through at 135 than it was at *225.

    Assisted RHCs / Smith Machine Standing Calf Raises
    BW x 8 / 185 x 12
    BW x 8 / 185 x 12
    BW x 8 / 185 x 11

    The wind started really kicking up and dropping the temp in the garage. My wife backed her car into her partially opened garage door just before she left for training so our garage is no longer sealed as tightly as it used to be. A nice breeze is able to make its way through the building now. It started to get too cold to be comfortable, even with Volatile bringing my body temp up as usual, so I had to call it a night. Temp this a.m. was -2 so an a.m. workout today wasn't happening, but I may be able to swap my 2 a day workout today and get in some HIIT in our warehouse today and then lift in the evening after the heaters have had a chance to warm things up.
    Damn good work I bet it kept you warm!!! Lol

    Yeah it was -5 here this morning. This winter has been brutal
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSwanks View Post
    Damn good work I bet it kept you warm!!! Lol

    Yeah it was -5 here this morning. This winter has been brutal
    Friggin polar vortex. Go back to Canada!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post

    Friggin polar vortex. Go back to Canada!
    Eh? Lol
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    I have to admit, I thought my home gym was bad hovering between 52-55 degrees but you definitely take the cake...
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    Quote Originally Posted by double s View Post
    I have to admit, I thought my home gym was bad hovering between 52-55 degrees but you definitely take the cake...
    It wouldn't have been so bad if my wife hadn't hit her door. Now I have to figure out how I'm going to fix that door while I've got everything else going on, and being a single dad.
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    Sounds like the perfect time to enclose that room and add insulation!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RegisterJr View Post
    Sounds like the perfect time to enclose that room and add insulation!
    It's actually insulated out the wahzoo. But it's above the garage with the stairs being a huge opening. It was all good till she ventilated the place. I just need to fix the door and the track. Then I'll be back to warm, cozy business.
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    Today was slightly disappointing since I couldn't make today a 2 a day. But I'm still going to get in a solid workout. I wasn't able to get out till the gym until late, and it was a long day. I was beat, and relaxing with my kids on the couch just zoned me out. But after drinking Volatile I was amped and Ray to go for a few rounds.

    Chest and Traps
    DB Flat Bench Press / Machine Overhand Rows
    55s x 12 / *90* x 12
    65s x 12 / *100* x 12
    85s x 10 / *110* x 10
    90s x 8 / *110* x 10

    I had to use 25 lb. plates on my dumbbell handles to make them heavy enough. Necessity is the mother of invention right?

    Attachment 97475

    Not pretty, I know, but they worked.

    TRX Flys / BB Rows, Overhand
    BW x 6 / 135 x 10
    BW x 6 / 135 x 10
    BW x 6 / 135 x 10

    Those TRX Flys work so well but are so g-dam hard. Towards the end they started to become half presses. But man, I practically feel the individual fibers in my chest working. Good stuff.

    Incline Smith Machine Presses / BB Rows, Overhand to Underhand
    115 x 15 / 135 x 6, 4
    135 x 12 / 135 x 6, 4
    155 x 10 / 135 x 5, 3

    The transition from Overhand to Underhand added such a great burn in my upper traps, and keeping my upper body tilted at just less than 45 degrees helps ensure its more traps than lats.

    Burn out sets:
    Pec Deck / Incline BB Press / Reverse Flys / BB Curls, no rest
    *40* x 5 / 115 x 6 / 10s x 12 / 65 x 8
    *40* x 5 / 115 x 6 / 10s x 12 / 65 x 8
    *40* x 5 / 115 x 6 / 10s x 12 / 65 x 8

    I used my pipe insulation on all my bars and handles, trying to work on my grip and forearms again now that my tendonitis seems to have improved greatly. @NattyForLife got me inspired on his "Popeye Forearms" thread.
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    Good stuff on the TRX man, I freaking love those!

    Did the pipe insulation hold up well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMovement View Post
    Good stuff on the TRX man, I freaking love those!

    Did the pipe insulation hold up well?
    I've been using the same pieces for about 2 years now, it's pretty durableale stuff for how cheap it is. It's pretty effective too though.
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    207 lbs. this a.m.! Yay! Only 3 pounds from goal. Now just need to drop the middle age guy belly and I'll be all set.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    207 lbs. this a.m.! Yay! Only 3 pounds from goal. Now just need to drop the middle age guy belly and I'll be all set.

    <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=97 476"/>
    Great work dude!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    207 lbs. this a.m.! Yay! Only 3 pounds from goal. Now just need to drop the middle age guy belly and I'll be all set. <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=97 476"/>
    Looking good brother! You should be able to rip up and shred with what you have planned.
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    Thanks guys!
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    Whaaaaa?! Pipe insulation for grip is a great idea! Stolen!

    Looking good bro. How old are you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RegisterJr View Post
    Whaaaaa?! Pipe insulation for grip is a great idea! Stolen!

    Looking good bro. How old are you?
    Thank you. I turned 35 in Sept.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainman33 View Post
    Thank you. I turned 35 in Sept.
    35 is middle aged... Pfft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RegisterJr View Post

    35 is middle aged... Pfft.
    OK, maybe I'm not middle aged, but I got the gut sooner than expected. My first real desk job killed me.
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