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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post

    That a flesh light?
    Dafuq is that?


    Avocado bro!


  2. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    Healthy fats: <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=89 297"/>
    Can you enlighten me on how to cut an avocado with a flashlight?

  3. Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Can you enlighten me on how to cut an avocado with a flashlight?
    Ask my sister, she's the chef.


    I'm just the guy getting free dinner.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    You had me at hello.
    Well hello

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    He didn't say hello, he said in....
    Exactly right

    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    <img src="http://anabolic minds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=89 296"/> Who needs superdrol to grow? Not this guy.
    It's sure fun tho!

    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    He always whispers hello before he puts it in. Duh.
    Well I guess everyone knows now

    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    I eat them for the healthy fats, or something.
    Great logic

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    Healthy fats: <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=89 297"/>
    Don't tease him! These are his favorites! Don't ask how I know
    Independent

  5. Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post
    Well hello



    Exactly right



    It's sure fun tho!



    Well I guess everyone knows now



    Great logic



    Don't tease him! These are his favorites! Don't ask how I know
    we have the two multi-quote masters up in this thread, with beans & paratrooper
    they rule this function






    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    Olives are nasty bro!
    indeed, right there with ya bud..yuck

  6. 20130926

    First things first; had my first serving of Stimul8 this morning. I've been waiting for this day for a while now, and since I was away at training, I missed the release. God damn, this stuff was worth the wait.

    Timeline was as follows:

    0641: chugged it down in two swigs (mixed 1 scoop with about 8oz cold water). Taste=good but not great. Tainted due to having brushed my teeth only 10 minutes prior. Will space them out a little better tomorrow morning.

    0654: chilly feeling. Hard to describe. Best way I can put it is after you get a fresh haircut and feel the breeze on your scalp, it's that sort of cooling sensation.

    0707: face, ears and palms itching. Damn. Already sweating and I just finished driving.

    0710-0820: gym time. Shoulder focused workout. This shlt is extremely thermogenic. Didn't know I could sweat like this.

    0942: decided I'll try a half scoop tomorrow. I've been stim free for about two months so 1/2 scoop should do the trick. Full scoop is a little much for me right now. Felt like yacking during DB OHP/KB swing superset.

    Edit: I train fasted with the exception of BCAA/SAA so PWO is taken on an empty stomach. May take it with a piece of bread tomorrow.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Best way I can put it is after you get a fresh haircut and feel the breeze on your scalp, it's that sort of cooling sensation.
    that was some poetic beauty right there

  8. ....I know not of this feeling you speak of.....
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  9. You have some seriously impressive goals, but I am sure you will achieve them. That pizza looked fuggin amazing!!!! Now I need to go to a REAL pizzeria and get some gourmet pizza not the run of the mill crap the kids eat all the time.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    that was some poetic beauty right there
    Thanks buddy. That's the best way I could describe it. It's a pleasant feeling. Contrarily, my stim break was pretty long and I realized about 4 hours after taking it that I'm real fukkin stim sensitive right now.
    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    ....I know not of this feeling you speak of.....
    Shave your ass and drive around with the windows down. You'll know.
    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    You have some seriously impressive goals, but I am sure you will achieve them. That pizza looked fuggin amazing!!!! Now I need to go to a REAL pizzeria and get some gourmet pizza not the run of the mill crap the kids eat all the time.
    There's a reason for the goals to be so lofty. So, during the course, there were a couple of dudes that were on a different level. One guy had tried out for the Olympic rowing team in London and the other was an ex NFL running back. Talk about genetically superior. The rower dude was incredibly gifted. Anyone who can run a 22-24 miler with 60+ lbs on his back in under 4 hours is on a different level. Granted, he's 6'5" and has legs for days but there's no reason why I can't shoot for his times. So I will. I finished that movement in 5 hours, there's room for improvement and I ran about 18 miles of it and walked the rest at a brisk pace.

  11. 20130926 cont'd

    DB OHP/KB swings
    55x20/35x15
    55x18/35x15
    55x18/35x13
    55x15/35x12 :45sec rest between sets

    Farmers walks
    ~75 metersx10@45lb plate each hand
    ~75 metersx2@55lb DB each hand

    Cage press
    105x14
    105x12
    105x12
    105x9

    High pulley face pulls
    120x12
    135x10
    135x10
    135x10

    Went to doc yesterday to get left shoulder checked out. Sprained AC joint or something like that. Happened in July during last softball game. Still nagging. Can't do any lateral raises, upright rows or anything that brings upper arm to shoulder level. Presses are fine and kb swings were kinda bugging but powered through them. Body is still tired. Hoping to pick things up in the volume and intensity departments next week. Just getting warmed up for now.

  12. You ever try simple six? If not check it out
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  13. Upright rows and lateral raises suck anyways. Overhead pressing and rear delt movements and you're set. That still sucks though dude. What PF said as well, DeFranco Simple 6. It's just a real quick upper warmup. Also Donnie Thompson has a lot of good videos on shoulder health/mobility.
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  14. Found this and I'm in

  15. Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    You ever try simple six? If not check it out
    Will look that up tonight. Thanks in advance holmes.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    Upright rows and lateral raises suck anyways. Overhead pressing and rear delt movements and you're set. That still sucks though dude. What PF said as well, DeFranco Simple 6. It's just a real quick upper warmup. Also Donnie Thompson has a lot of good videos on shoulder health/mobility.
    Oh, I don't do upright rows, just trying to accurately describe what motions cause pain/discomfort. Lat raises on the other hand have always been a staple, as I really enjoy the burn from activities like six-ways. I'll look up Donnie Thompson as well. Eric Cressey also has some good stuff on YouTube. Thanks dude.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nooshefx View Post
    Found this and I'm in
    Welcome, bud. Just getting started and recovering at the same time, so it may be a little boring for a bit.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Will look that up tonight. Thanks in advance holmes. Oh, I don't do upright rows, just trying to accurately describe what motions cause pain/discomfort. Lat raises on the other hand have always been a staple, as I really enjoy the burn from activities like six-ways. I'll look up Donnie Thompson as well. Eric Cressey also has some good stuff on YouTube. Thanks dude. Welcome, bud. Just getting started and recovering at the same time, so it may be a little boring for a bit.
    Ahhh I gotcha. That sucks dude. I actually went out to Cressy Performance the other week and had a movement assessment by Tony Gentilcore and he gave me a couple mobility exercises for my crap shoulders. Could look him up too.
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Oh, I don't do upright rows
    sheesh all you guys knocking upright rows..
    I mean I don't do them regularly or anything, but I kinda like them, will toss them in every so often

    I really enjoy six-ways.

    holy wow dude -- and here I've never experienced anything more than 3-ways mostly, a 4-way once or twice....
    you are da man

  18. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post


    holy wow dude -- and here I've never experienced anything more than 3-ways mostly, a 4-way once or twice....
    you are da man
    Vids or it didn't happen!
    Where it all started

    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/35-older/217572-one-can-never.html

  19. Quote Originally Posted by 1ifeblood View Post
    Vids or it didn't happen!
    actually I do think there are some vids of that somewhere, LOL
    just packed up right now

  20. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    actually I do think there are some vids of that somewhere, LOL
    just packed up right now
    Need help unpacking??
    Where it all started

    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/35-older/217572-one-can-never.html

  21. I'm in to follow bromego.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    sheesh all you guys knocking upright rows.. I mean I don't do them regularly or anything, but I kinda like them, will toss them in every so often holy wow dude -- and here I've never experienced anything more than 3-ways mostly, a 4-way once or twice.... you are da man
    I'm not knocking upright rows, but when not performed correctly, they can cause more damage than good. I think there are alternate exercises that offer more bennies and lower risk.
    Six ways are fun, but not what you're thinking.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by jackedandtan1 View Post
    I'm in to follow bromego.
    Welcome brochocinco. I see your occupation, and I respect it. Ruckin tonight. Shooting for 10 miles, 2hrs, 60lbs.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Welcome brochocinco. I see your occupation, and I respect it. Ruckin tonight. Shooting for 10 miles, 2hrs, 60lbs.
    Bro those ruck times are killer man I was just regular infantry and your ruckin' speeds and distances are formidable ones. A lot of guys don't know what it's like to be in the suck man haha I feel yeah press on man. I actually got out I need to up date my profile.

  25. Quote Originally Posted by jackedandtan1 View Post
    Bro those ruck times are killer man I was just regular infantry and your ruckin' speeds and distances are formidable ones. A lot of guys don't know what it's like to be in the suck man haha I feel yeah press on man. I actually got out I need to up date my profile.
    He's only Airborne Infantry.....


    For now

  26. I wonder if he made it in 2 hours, his rucks are ridiculous.....

  27. I'm sure he did. This guy is something else.
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  28. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    I'm sure he did. This guy is something else.
    I know.


    He's a machine.

    If he got a little stronger I'd recommend X-Fit games. His endurance/lactic acid threshold is ridiculous.

  29. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    I wonder if he made it in 2 hours, his rucks are ridiculous.....
    No, 2:04. Better luck next time.
    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    I'm sure he did. This guy is something else.
    False. I used to be someone, now I'm just someone else.
    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    I know. He's a machine. If he got a little stronger I'd recommend X-Fit games. His endurance/lactic acid threshold is ridiculous.
    Even with as much anti-xfit sentiment as there is, I still find myself watching the games. It's fun to watch and it really does intrigue me. Truth is, those guys are animals and if anything reflects the the level of conditioning I wish to obtain, on a mainstream level, it's that. The downfall is the fact that it costs $150 a month to belong to any decent xfit gym and that's a lot of money. Thanks for the compliments JB.

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    Warm-up^^^

    Flat DB bench
    55x20
    55x17
    55x15
    55x12 1:10 rest

    Pec Deck
    Shoulder instantly caught on fire. Have X-rays on the seventh. Need to get this piece of shlt fixed.

    Long run and pull day tomorrow, not in that order.
    Remembered I have an app called run tracker. Will start putting up screenshots of my distances and times starting tomorrow.

  31. http://youtu.be/V_Ss3--sw6s

    This is how I start my runs.

  32. A little late but def in.

  33. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    I'm sure he did. This guy is something else.
    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post

    I know.

    He's a machine.

    If he got a little stronger I'd recommend X-Fit games. His endurance/lactic acid threshold is ridiculous.
    He was tougher with the beard...just sayin
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  34. Thought of you this weekend para :-) Went to KC for a concert where there was plenty of bodies slamming and jumping around. Afterwards my wife's legs were so shot she could barely walk... so I RUCKED UP and hauled her on my back! It was not an easy haul with a 5'9 120lb chica strapped to my back and at an incline no less. Nothing close to what you've done but I thought of you nonetheless!
    Where it all started

    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/35-older/217572-one-can-never.html

  35. Sorry to hear that shoulder is still being a bastard to you. Hopefully you can get it all squared away pretty quickly.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
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  36. Quote Originally Posted by 1ifeblood View Post
    Thought of you this weekend para :-)
    Afterwards my wife's legs were so shot she could barely walk...
    something just very wrong and awkward about that

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  38. Quote Originally Posted by hardwork25 View Post
    A little late but def in.
    Nah bud, just getting started again. Good to see you still around though. How are things going?
    Quote Originally Posted by Danb2285 View Post
    He was tougher with the beard...just sayin
    I miss my beard. A lot.
    Quote Originally Posted by 1ifeblood View Post
    Thought of you this weekend para :-) Went to KC for a concert where there was plenty of bodies slamming and jumping around. Afterwards my wife's legs were so shot she could barely walk... so I RUCKED UP and hauled her on my back! It was not an easy haul with a 5'9 120lb chica strapped to my back and at an incline no less. Nothing close to what you've done but I thought of you nonetheless!
    And this is why you're a man. I would have done the same, as it's the right thing to do. Or maybe I would have laid her on my North Face jacket and dragged her.
    NIN right?
    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Sorry to hear that shoulder is still being a bastard to you. Hopefully you can get it all squared away pretty quickly.
    I'm just gonna stop worrying about it and muscle through. Doc says it never really heals, it just feels better over time. That tells me to stop crying.
    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    something just very wrong and awkward about that
    What can I say? I tend to have that effect on people.

  39. You missed my post.
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