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    Quote Originally Posted by shaddow View Post
    Got home from work a little later than planned. Decided I'd give my Animal Pump sample a go tonight. Got my Xtend ready, threw in a little creatine, and popped an AP (Anabolic Pump this time). Next thing I know it's 8:55 and my gym closes at 10:00 on Fridays, so what could I do? Workout faster!!!

    Got to the gym. 50 minutes to workout... Stretched my back out a bit cuz it's been a little stiff. One lingering side effect from a broken back I suffered 7 years ago is that my back stiffens up a bit from time to time. I usually stretch out my back and hamstrings a bit and I'm ok, but with my hammy messed up I still have some lingering stiffness that I can't really seem to get out. No biggie, just be a little more cautious. 45 minutes...

    Quick 20-rep warm-up set followed by 3 sets for every exercise. Started out with pull-ups once again, then jumped over to t-bar rows. On to chest, but dumbbells this time. One thing to note is that it's a bit harder to get the weights started because of my hamstring. Even the pressure from the weight on my knee before liftoff could be felt in my hammy and ass. My butt hurts! LOL. But I knocked out incline and flat bench anyways before jumping over to the pec deck. Decided to do Smith barbell shoulder presses followed by cable lateral raises. With time winding down I decided to attack my arms fast, fast, fast! Close-grip Smith presses, followed immediately by rope triceps extensions supersetted with standing cable curls. By this point the Animal Pump was definitely kicking pretty hard. Had a great pump while blasting my arms. I could feel it a bit during my other exercises, but not quite like I did in my arms. I was wishing I could stay longer and keep blasting them, but the manager already had asked me to leave, so that was it for my workout.

    PWO I took an AP and 20 minutes later went to eat only to find out I was missing my carb source I thought I had. Could've sworn I still had some whole wheat pasta in the fridge. Guess I ate it. Damn. I found a solution though. Brown rice, and a can of kidney beans! Chopped up half a cucumber, 8 plum tomatoes, and a chicken breast, and threw it all in a bowl. Bon appetit!

    The Animal Pump was pretty cool. It was the first time I've ever taken one of those "pump" supplements (aside from Anabolic Pump, but I still don't really get much of a food "pump" from it). Did it do what it said it would do? Yeah, I could feel it, especially in my arms. Would I buy it? I'm not sure. I don't know how much I really buy into the whole "pump" thing. And I think I would rather put my money towards something designed to increase my muscle mass. But it was neat, none the less.

    Overall I felt great. Good workout tonight. Gonna take it easy the rest of the weekend and try to hit things a little harder on Monday, with a little more time in the gym this next go around.
    Nice workout Bro..
    Yeah, Ive done that more than a few times...the Ol' forget the early close on Fridays...Sucks.....All in all great workout and progress!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post
    Do it shaddow! <--- I had to join in.
    It's too early to be drinking. Ahh, **** it.

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    Had a pretty chill weekend. Definitely got lots of rest. I'm really looking forward to my workout tonight. I'm probably gonna break up my workout a bit more this week. Actually, I need to start planning that, so I'll post here again once I figure out what I wanna do. I'm thinking I'll break it up over 3-4 days, but we'll see.

    My leg is feeling good. Deceptively good. As expected, I'm walking pretty much without a limp today, and there's been a couple of times that I've jumped up out of my seat quickly or sped up my pace while walking only to be reminded that my hamstring is in fact not 100% recovered and I need to slow down. Slow your roll, shaddow! You're not quite ready to run yet!

    Yesterday was a little off for me cuz I spent the entire morning/afternoon lying in bed with my lady friend who I ended up hooking up with Saturday and going back to her place. Before I knew it it was 3pm and we were still in bed. D'oh! So uhhhh... I guess that was my fasted cardio for the week.

    Sunday is my cooking day, so I rushed home to get things ready. I ate a couple granola bars on my way to the store cuz I was dying. Got to the store and first thing's first, I picked up a rotisserie chicken cuz I needed to get in some protein. That was gone in about 1 minute flat. (LOL. The lady at the checkout thought I was crazy when she scanned a container of skin and bones. Yeah, I ate the whole damn thing while shopping!) 14# of chicken, a 1.5# steak, 1.5# of shrimp, 4# 93% lean ground beef, whole wheat pasta, potatoes to make homemade fries, beans, all kinds of veggies and fruits, and a ton of other $hit I can't remember. I ended up spending $180 on groceries... WTF? Good stuff though.

    So I spent the evening marinating, grilling and eating. I ate a salad, a can of kidney beans, one chicken breast, the whole steak, all the shrimp, a potato that I cut up and cooked on the grill in aluminum foil (homemade fries!), and 2 cups of pasta. Mmmm...

    I weighed myself this morning (purged), and I came in at 180.4. Yikes!!! I'm gonna step it up this week, cuz I am not trying to dip back into the 170's. I'm supposed to be bulking. This is not cool.

    I've been putting back food today, and I was just about to make myself a tuna sandwich when I was informed that there was tons of beef lasagna in the staff lounge, so needless to say I've got about two pounds of lasagna and a salad waiting for me...

    Still waiting another 15 minutes or so for this Anabolic Pump to get in my system, and then it's FOOD TIME!!!

    I'll be back to post my updated routine for this week.
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    Oh ****. How could I forget. With how my leg feeling much better at the moment, and after looking at the calendar, I have decided that I am going to begin my stack on SUNDAY. Since I was planning on a 40-day run, that would make my last day October 30, and since I am planning to abstain from alcohol completely while on my stack, this will allow me to enjoy myself on Halloween night.
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    all that sounds delicious!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaddow View Post
    Oh ****. How could I forget. With how my leg feeling much better at the moment, and after looking at the calendar, I have decided that I am going to begin my stack on SUNDAY. Since I was planning on a 40-day run, that would make my last day October 30, and since I am planning to abstain from alcohol completely while on my stack, this will allow me to enjoy myself on Halloween night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    You might have already mentioned this, but what are you running?
    Post #1: Anabolic Edge (sponsored), Activate Xtreme, Divanex & IGF-2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaddow View Post
    Post #1: Anabolic Edge (sponsored), Activate Xtreme, Divanex & IGF-2.
    Wow, sweet stack.

    I think my "Rehab Stack" was the most compound stack I've used to date, which is kind of ironic. It worked great though.

    Glad you're coming along, you're sounding better and better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    Wow, sweet stack.

    I think my "Rehab Stack" was the most compound stack I've used to date, which is kind of ironic. It worked great though.

    Glad you're coming along, you're sounding better and better.
    Yeah, I'm really looking forward to it!

    Thanks, bro! I'm definitely feeling better! Not quite there yet, but much, much better!
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    Nice Bro, glad to hear ya making progress w/that hami!!

    Cant wait for ya to start that sweet stack!!!...Very Interested!!

    You tha man Shaddow!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveWire224 View Post
    Nice Bro, glad to hear ya making progress w/that hami!!

    Cant wait for ya to start that sweet stack!!!...Very Interested!!

    You tha man Shaddow!!!!
    Thanks, brotha!
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    Ok, so I got to the gym around 9:30 last night, still unsure of what I was going to do routine-wise. Stretched out a bit and finally decided I'd split my routine up over 3 days (M, W, F). I figured chest Monday, shoulders Wednesday, and back Friday, throwing in some minor bi/tri work in each workout, and ending each workout with some hamstring rehab.

    I was debating whether I'd go for high volume or heavy weights, and in the end decided I just plain like lifting heavy.

    Dumbbells!

    Incline bench press
    30 x 20
    70 x 12
    80 x 10
    80 x 8 (I would've gone up, but 80# felt HEAVY.)

    Flat bench press
    70 x 12
    80 x 10
    90 x 6

    My bench press is off about 10# from where I was at (I was incline pressing 90 x 6 & flat pressing 100 x 7 on my last working set before my injury), so I guess I'm not TOO bad off. I think my strength will come back in the next 2 weeks or so (I hope).

    Incline dumbbell flies
    45 x 12
    55 x 10
    65 x 8

    Pec deck
    190 x 12
    205 x 10
    220 x 7

    Next I decided to hit biceps. I like chest & biceps as opposed to chest & triceps, so that's where I was originally going, but after a couple sets I decided to throw in some triceps and do a little arm work every workout this week.

    Dumbbell curls
    20 x 20
    40 x 12
    45 x 7

    Ouch. My right elbow started hurting a little here, so I decided to that was heavy enough for now and cut my last set short.

    Reverse-grip barbell curls
    60 x 12
    70 x 10

    Pain. Again. Dammit. Lemme go do some cables instead. Hey, why don't I superset in some triceps while I'm at it!

    Cable curls supersetted with rope triceps extensions
    120 x 12 / 120 x 15
    140 x 10 / 140 x 12
    150 (stack) x 8 / 150 x 12

    After this I went and did some seated leg curls again for my hammy. I've been feeling a lot better the past few days, so I decided to step up the weight a little. (Oh, BTW, I realized that the weight increments on the machine are 20# and not 10#, meaning the small weights are 5#, not 2.5#. So last week I got up to 25# [10, 15, 20, 25], not 10, 12.5, 15, 17.5.)

    Seated leg curls
    30 x 11 (Too heavy!)
    25 x 12
    20 x 20
    20 x 20
    20 x 20

    And, once again, I got kicked out of the gym cuz it was closing time. D'oh! I would've liked to have hit up the treadmill and done a little walking/backwards walking, but I ran out of time. I'm gonna plan to get to the gym a little earlier on Wednesday so I can get more work done.

    All in all, I felt a bit stronger today. I am still a little weak in comparison, and the weights feel a lot heavier that they used to, but I am definitely making progress. I don't feel quite as limited with what I can do as I did last week. One thing that will be interesting is overhead presses on Wednesday. I really wanna try this, but I feel like it will be a struggle with my hamstring since this movement utilizes so many stabilizers. Either way, it should be a good exercise for me if I can do it, so I think I'll try to start out with a few sets of these.

    Ummm... I think that's all for now. But I feel like I'm missing something? LOL. I'll be back if I think of anything.
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    I like your plan here. One thing tho - Ive noticed when I put at least 4 days in between shoulders and chest, Im stronger than when I do less. What about doing Chest Monday, Back Wednesday, Shoulders Friday? Just a suggestion. Obviously you know what youre doing. If this is the way youve been doing it, then by all means keep doing what you are doing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba View Post
    I like your plan here. One thing tho - Ive noticed when I put at least 4 days in between shoulders and chest, Im stronger than when I do less. What about doing Chest Monday, Back Wednesday, Shoulders Friday? Just a suggestion. Obviously you know what youre doing. If this is the way youve been doing it, then by all means keep doing what you are doing.
    Actually, historically, when I've been on more of a split like this, it's been chest/bis, legs/abs, off, back/tris, shoulders/abs. So we probably think alike. Problem is I was planning on starting up a different routine on Monday, and that routine starts out with legs/shoulders/arms, which would be pretty tough after doing shoulders/arms on Friday...

    However, now that I'm thinking about it, maybe I should stick with a split like the one I'm on now or one like I used to do... Dammit, now I'm confused. Thanks a lot, metroba!

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    Nice workout brotha!!!

    Damn bro you gotta get to the gym earlier so they stop kicking ya out...lol

    Anyway, progess is looking great, keep it up....looking forward to the stack ya got coming up...

    Nice work Bro!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimberLakers View Post
    I'm in.
    Glad to have ya, bro! I almost feel bad though, cuz if you read yesterday's posts you'd see that I'm gonna begin my sponsored log on Sunday, so this log's only got a few days left... But thanks for dropping in regardless. And keep an eye out for my new log in the supp log section this weekend!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveWire224 View Post
    Nice workout brotha!!!

    Damn bro you gotta get to the gym earlier so they stop kicking ya out...lol

    Anyway, progess is looking great, keep it up....looking forward to the stack ya got coming up...

    Nice work Bro!
    Thanks bro! Countin' down the days...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaddow View Post
    Glad to have ya, bro! I almost feel bad though, cuz if you read yesterday's posts you'd see that I'm gonna begin my sponsored log on Sunday, so this log's only got a few days left... But thanks for dropping in regardless. And keep an eye out for my new log in the supp log section this weekend!
    No worries. Just ping the link in here... and off I go.

    I'm not sure you'll enjoy what I bring to logs... anyway, I warned you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimberLakers View Post
    No worries. Just ping the link in here... and off I go.

    I'm not sure you'll enjoy what I bring to logs... anyway, I warned you.
    Will do! And no worries... Bring it!
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    better late than never.

    everything seems to be looking positive man, just keep up the hard work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolandajoint View Post
    better late than never.
    AGREE.

    Quote Originally Posted by shaddow View Post
    And keep an eye out for my new log in the supp log section this weekend!
    We'll definitely keep an eye on you Shaddow

    Keep climbing !!

    By the way, I agree with Metroba about separating the chest/shoulder workout, however, there is nothing wrong with continuing with your current program and after 4 weeks or so swapping over...so the body doesn't get used to any particular routine
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    I did a bit of thinking, and I decided that the routine I was planning to switch to next week probably wouldn't work out too well since I can't really do squats or deadlifts while I'm rehabbing my hammy. So I think I'm gonna probably do a different routine next week; probably either 3 or 4 days in the gym, still haven't made up my mind. I decided to switch it up and do back instead of shoulders for my workout yesterday, and I'll go ahead and hit up shoulders on Friday.

    Got home from work late... AGAIN... Popped an AP and some RPM, and waited about 30 minutes before eating some oatmeal. For some reason my lower back started tightening up on me again right as I sat down to eat. On back day. Great. I started losing my desire to workout... I decided to stretch it out a bit and try to see if I couldn't loosen it up, but I wasn't getting anywhere. There's only one thing I could do at this point. Hard, fast, loud music NOW.

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    Ok, got to the gym and did a little more stretching cuz my back was still stiff as a board. This proved to be an exercise in futility. **** it. Time to lift anyways.

    Bodyweight pull-ups
    11
    9
    7

    Strength is still down bit, but I'm coming along. I should be able to do at least a dozen.

    One arm dumbbell rows
    80 x 12
    90 x 8 (Wow, these were rough on my hammy!)
    100 x 5

    Strength's still down a bit on these, but it was more my hamstring holding me back. I could really feel the tension on these, and it might've been a little risky going so heavy, but I made it out alive.

    Cable rows
    160 x 12
    160 x 12
    160 x 12

    These were also very tough on my hamstring, as well as on my lower back. Had to use strict form, and I got a little nervous to go up in weight on these, so I stayed at 160 for all 3 sets. Decided to move onto T-bar rows to try to get a little heavier, but my back was already pretty spent at this point.

    T-bar rows
    90 x 12
    115 x 9
    135 x 5

    Weaksauce! But I really was stiff and spent. Ok, maybe one last exercise...

    Cable straight arm pulldowns
    120 x 20
    140 x 15
    150 x 12

    Time to do arms! Since I began with my focus on bis last time, this time I decided to start out with triceps.

    Dumbbell triceps extensions
    60 x 20 - I started getting a NASTY headache after my first set and actually had to rest for a few minutes. It wasn't going away, but I was determined not to let it stop me, so I continued with my head throbbing.
    80 x 12
    90 x 10
    100 x 6

    Rope triceps extensions supersetted with cable curls
    120 x 15 / 120 x 15
    140 x 12 / 140 x 12
    150 (stack) x 12 / 150 x 12

    My headache was still bugging me but I fought through it and barely finished that last set. Ended up slamming the weights pretty hard upon finishing. Thank God nobody was around to hear it.

    Time to get that leg stronger!!

    Single leg presses
    30 x 30
    40 x 30
    50 x 25
    60 x 20
    60 x 15

    Seated leg curl
    25 x 20
    30 x 15
    25 x 20
    25 x 20

    Got done with these and decided to hit up the stair-climber-machine-thingy. Only did a few minutes cuz my head was still hurting and I was spent.

    All in all, I had a pretty good workout despite my back, leg, and head all giving me problems. I'm gonna take it easy tonight and try to get to bed a bit earlier cuz I ended up staying up until 2-something last night and woke up at 7, and I'm exhausted. My allergies have been killing me all day too, so it's been a pretty miserable day for me. I can't wait to leave work. 2.5 more hours. I wonder if anyone will notice if I take a nap at my desk... Tomorrow's shoulder day. I can't wait to tear it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolandajoint View Post
    better late than never.

    everything seems to be looking positive man, just keep up the hard work!
    Nice to have you... For like 2 more days... haha. I'll post a link to my sponsored log that's kicking off this weekend once I get it started.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonfly View Post
    AGREE.



    We'll definitely keep an eye on you Shaddow

    Keep climbing !!

    By the way, I agree with Metroba about separating the chest/shoulder workout, however, there is nothing wrong with continuing with your current program and after 4 weeks or so swapping over...so the body doesn't get used to any particular routine
    Nice to have you too! Funny enough, I ended up swapping my back and shoulder workouts. Errr, I mean, I did it just for you!

    New log is kicking off this weekend so check back here for the link or keep an eye on the Supplement Logs section!
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    ohhh someone has a crush. jus messin shaddow ...but not really..shhh

    Killer workout man! Why did you decide to eat so soon after dosing RPM? Thats prob what killed your motivation at the beginning like you mentioned. But you did prevail and made that gym your b1tch!
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