A Man and his WiFE can train together.

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  1. keep up the good work guys! you are both killin it. if you don't already, compliment the wifey. it just helps with self esteem and makes them wanna keep going. my wife loves hearing compliments and thats what she told me.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Not a huge fan of running for body shaping purposes but if you do then yah 3 miles is about right and should not be that catabolic. Remember if you want very low body fat too much cardio can be your worst enemy. I cut all cardio except for my walking to and from work when I cut and control everything through diet. Extra cardio is something I use off season to prevent things from getting out of control when my eating is not as clean. You may already know all this, I just wanted add my .02 cents.

    It's probably cuz I see tons of runners on the path to work and back and almost none of them have what I would call good physiques. I know that most don't know any better and some just like to run and that's cool too. Not everybody is trying to look different. I often wonder though is they knew would they still be running. Like I said 3 miles done quickly is probably fine.
    We run twice a week. Typically a 2 mile and a 3. Last year I trained for a half marathon for months and now running will always be a small portion of what I do. That training dropped my resting heart rate from the mid 50's to 47 bpm. Sometimes it gets as low as 43. My trainer gets a kick out of my walking around his room and still sits around 56-57. I credit that to the running. I'll keep it under control and keep lifting. Thanks for the advice!!
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post
    keep up the good work guys! you are both killin it. if you don't already, compliment the wifey. it just helps with self esteem and makes them wanna keep going. my wife loves hearing compliments and thats what she told me.
    Will do sir! She already thinks I'm cheesy so we'll see how mushy I can be.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post
    my wife loves hearing compliments and thats what she told me.
    my wife told me the same thing..i didn't believe her, so I never did
    hmm. wonder if that's why I am now divorced

    love the detail in here nooshefx, keep your eye on the prize and make it fun (never "work")!

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Nooshefx View Post
    We run twice a week. Typically a 2 mile and a 3. Last year I trained for a half marathon for months and now running will always be a small portion of what I do. That training dropped my resting heart rate from the mid 50's to 47 bpm. Sometimes it gets as low as 43. My trainer gets a kick out of my walking around his room and still sits around 56-57. I credit that to the running. I'll keep it under control and keep lifting. Thanks for the advice!!
    Yah nothing wrong with shorter runs. Sprints are good too.
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Yah nothing wrong with shorter runs. Sprints are good too.
    You always see beefed out sprinters not so much with distance runners.
    Nice Volume on the exercises
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  7. 06.25.2013

    Last night did not go as planned. I got stuck at work much later than expected and my wife fell asleep waiting on me. She gave it some effort to wait up but my tired girl was passed out on top of the covers when I got home! We both have this day off together and that does not happen often so we trained at a private spot today. We both did our PX Black and T2 today and a small breakfast shortly after. It was off to get a beat down around 1130am and that is exactly how it went down.

    Before Supps:
    1 serving Unleashed / each of us

    After Supps:
    2 scoops ISO-ology for me and 1 scoop of Trutein for her
    10g Glutamine
    5g BCAA
    Multi Vitamin

    Training:
    Hard to explain because I cannot remember it all. We trained with our personal trainer today and I always forget what we did or don't even know the names of all his moves.

    12 reps Side Step Lunches each leg with SS of 12 reps weighted single leg squats. We did 3 sets of these with no breaks except when someone was going to fall over. We got to the floor quickly afterwards and knocked out 50 crunches. Back to our feet and completed 12 reps each leg of some kind of elevated leg on the bench then hopping into the air off the bench (quad work) and quickly to the floor for 12 hip thrusters. 3 sets of those. Last round of super sets were 12 reps again of single leg dead lifts per leg and over to 24 jumping lunges and yes it was 3 sets. After legs we went down for core work of 30 crunches, 30 reverse crunches, 30 toe touches and 30 double crunches.

    Last nights dinner
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    My wife and trainer working hard
    He is crawling to his feet! LOL!
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    Lunch after Legs today
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    We are training twice today so I'll be updating again later.

  8. dam bro thats some crazy super sets... even for a leg work out... This would be me half way through that
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    dam bro thats some crazy super sets... even for a leg work out... This would be me half way through that
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    LoL! It was nasty but there always pride when you complete those types of sessions.

  10. 06.25.2013 Part II

    So I have some good news, well for me anyway. My lady is getting more into this and she decided tonight to set up her own account/profile on AnabolicMinds. Now I don't feel so cheesy in my own home and we have something else to share or enjoy together. We completed our two sessions today with arms being the target early this evening in the garage gym. We went at this one GVT style again.

    Before Supps:
    1 serving of BCAA - we had a late coffee today while we were out running around and that was enough caffeine for one day

    After Supps:
    Just Dinner!

    10x10 Dumbbell Bicep Curls
    10x10 Body Weight Dips (Triceps) for the wife and I did pull downs instead using a band
    10x10 Dumbbell Shoulder Raises

    Rest time was 60 seconds between each round of SS's. I've been sitting still now for a little over an hour and I'm starting to feel that stiffness that comes along after a good day of training. I'll stretch before bed and probably get a scoop of whey in with Glutamine also. I'm sure she and I will be feeling the pain tomorrow and we plan to rest. Our next day of training is scheduled for Thursday after we both get off work.

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    Dinner was bomb and I pulled that fat from the meat before I put it down. Tonight's dinner was not traditional and more fatty than normal. I had to cash in on a voucher I had before it expired and picked up a couple pounds of smoked meats from a local retailer. Delicious!!!!

  11. man that looks like corned beef hash (hope not!)
    I kinda grew up on that stuff tho - very tasty, horrible for all things health and bodycomp related tho

    welcome aboard to mrs. nooshefx!

  12. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    man that looks like corned beef hash (hope not!)
    I kinda grew up on that stuff tho - very tasty, horrible for all things health and bodycomp related tho

    welcome aboard to mrs. nooshefx!
    Its not corned beef cash. Personally don't care for it to much. Its just brisket and some kind of chopped pork.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Nooshefx View Post
    Its not corned beef cash. Personally don't care for it to much. Its just brisket and some kind of chopped pork.
    gotchya
    yeah I haven't had it in yrs - maybe a decade ago or so I had some one time..
    I don't eat pork either, for that matter

  14. Corned beef hash with eggs scrambled into it. Welcome to my childhood. Well, that and Oh's cereal.

  15. So is the wife going to be logging as well?
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    So is the wife going to be logging as well?
    Yea she has already posted on some other people's threads. Once she gets a feel for it she will start her own log. I have to show her how to post pics and things still. Her user name is Suga Monsta

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Nooshefx View Post
    Yea she has already posted on some other people's threads. Once she gets a feel for it she will start her own log. I have to show her how to post pics and things still. Her user name is Suga Monsta
    Nice Dude! Smoked brisket is one of the best foods on the face of this planet!!!!
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by Nooshefx View Post
    Yea she has already posted on some other people's threads. Once she gets a feel for it she will start her own log. I have to show her how to post pics and things still. Her user name is Suga Monsta
    When she starts link us up bud.
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  19. Wife is here...I just read all the posts. My hubby has been quite busy!

    After yesterday, I have to say...I AM TIRED! And, my glutes are sore! I think today we need to relax and recover.

    So far, since we started this log, I feel encouraged. The PX Black & Alpha -T2 wake me up and help w/ curbing hunger & cravings - LOVE IT! However, I haven't seen much change in my weight, which is disappointing. I can tell I have more muscle tone, though. We just don't have an accurate way to measure body fat. That's what's important to me.

    I've been counting calories & watching everything I eat. We make sure to have balanced meals and no sweets. The desserts are hard for me. It seems every day my co-workers have doughnuts, ice cream, starbucks....today it was brownies....ugh! And I don't cave.

  20. Will power is key! Chromium Picolonate helps with sweets cravings for me also. I'll take it with my last meal of the day so I don't get the midnight snacking blues If you want to keep track of bf I would suggest picking up some body calipers. They are very inexpensive and if you have the same person measure you in the same spots every time it will give you a great idea of how you are progressing. I wouldn't worry about the numbers much though. How you feel and how you look to yourself are the most important things. Glad to have you on AM! If you have any questions just ask we are here to help.
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  21. welcome, wife!

    willpower with food - this is as much of a learned trait, as anything else in life: the more you practice it, the easier and more automatic it becomes
    or - you can look at it as unlearning your food habits, built up thru the years..

    whatever it takes
    you have a great support system in place it appears; supplements look to be on time and efficacious

    feel free to utilize us at FINAFLEX with any questions you may have, and i look forward to your successful journey in self-improvement


  22. Welcome to AM! You and your husband are doing something really cool! More couples should be as motivated as you two! Dont pay too much attention to the scale for the first couple of months, base your success on how you look in the mirror and your energy levels! Good luck!
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    Welcome to AM! You and your husband are doing something really cool! More couples should be as motivated as you two! Dont pay too much attention to the scale for the first couple of months, base your success on how you look in the mirror and your energy levels! Good luck!
    This^^^ and how your clothes are fitting. I'm a totally different 185 than I was 4 months ago. Weight's just a number, for the most part.

  24. It's all about how bad you want it, I know you're sick of hearing it but there's a reason you are...
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  25. 06.27.2013

    We rolled out to the gym tonight shortly after we both arrived home from work. We rested up a bit to get rid of that work stress that follows you home.

    Before Supps:
    1 serving Hemavol (Me)
    5g BCAA - Intra
    Food! (Wife)

    After Supps:
    5g BCAA

    Training:
    2x10 Warmup Reverse Machine Fly
    5x10 Working Reverse Machine Fly
    5x10 Wide Grip Lat Pull Down
    5x10 Seated Cable Rows
    8x10 Pushups 2 sec tempo (me)
    8x10 Regular Pushups (her)

    The lady did great tonight. Her Lat Pull downs where in perfect form and she did heavy weight in my opinion. I believe she was doing 70lbs if I'm not mistaken. The reverse fly exercise is a good starting point for me and I prefer to finish them first because they are the most difficult. That wife of mine also did all 80 of those pushups!!! No dinner pictures tonight but we both had a chicken pita after the workout and I'll probably have a scoop of whey before bed. Tonight was a good night and hopefully we have enough energy to get some work done tomorrow night also.
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