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  1. Hope today is a better day for ya!!


  2. Sorry to hear you're not feeling good dawg.

    Hope to see you back on the boards soon!

    Take it easy man
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  3. Get better soon buster. Sickness sucks.

  4. HEY EVERYBODY IM BACK! I had my first workout yesterday. Supprisingly after being sick for a bunch of days i only lost about 1-2 lbs. My strength was about the same as it normally is. I couldnt hardly eat anything the first day i was sick. I thought for sure i was gonna lose like 5 lbs.

    Anyway, yesterdays workout went like this:

    SHoulders
    135lbs upright row, 2 rest pause sets, 5 reps pause 2 reps
    135lbs militar press, 1 set, 2 reps
    25lbs bent over raises, 2 sets, 13 reps pause 5 reps
    FAce pulls (forgot the stats)

    Power cleans 2 sets, 135lbs, 7 reps
    Bent over row, 135 lbs, (forgot reps, around 8)
    Pullups, bodyweight, 2 sets, 15reps pause, 5

  5. thanks for all the support guys, i couldnt believe my eyes when i first signed back on today. Everyones all telling me to get better!!! THANKS EVERYBODY
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  6. Nice workout mang! Diggin the power cleans!!

    Hope you stay well now! No more gettin sick!!!

  7. subbed....

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Teg View Post
    Nice workout mang! Diggin the power cleans!!

    Hope you stay well now! No more gettin sick!!!
    thanks teggy, those power cleans hit my traps at an unusual angle, LOVE IT!!!




    UPDATE: My chest is still messed up, it is getting knowticably smaller and i am tired of waiting, i want to work it out!! does anyone think that lightweight easy workouts could be beneficial? Or is it possable that if the injury in my chest is with the connective tissue, that i could damage it more?

  9. NOTE: I've been off glycobol since i have been sick. So it has been a couple days since my last dose. I'm thinking of starting it up again later this week when i get back in to the swing of things.

  10. nice power cleans. 15x2 pullups aren't to shabby either

  11. Nice to see ya back in action man!!! I'd get your chest checked out by someone in the know, no point messing yourself up for the rest of your life. I'm not saying people in this forum aren't in the know, It's kinda like saying your car has a problem and me asking you to hold the phone up to the exhaust to see if I can diagnose it. Somebody on scene wiht hands-on is the best approach, I can only speculate. Best of luck, and great to see ya on again!!

  12. Quote Originally Posted by subweevil View Post
    Nice to see ya back in action man!!! I'd get your chest checked out by someone in the know, no point messing yourself up for the rest of your life. I'm not saying people in this forum aren't in the know, It's kinda like saying your car has a problem and me asking you to hold the phone up to the exhaust to see if I can diagnose it. Somebody on scene wiht hands-on is the best approach, I can only speculate. Best of luck, and great to see ya on again!!
    ^^^What he said!

  13. Quote Originally Posted by subweevil View Post
    Nice to see ya back in action man!!! I'd get your chest checked out by someone in the know, no point messing yourself up for the rest of your life. I'm not saying people in this forum aren't in the know, It's kinda like saying your car has a problem and me asking you to hold the phone up to the exhaust to see if I can diagnose it. Somebody on scene wiht hands-on is the best approach, I can only speculate. Best of luck, and great to see ya on again!!
    thanks buddy, ill look into getting it checked out. But i fear my regular doctor wont know anything about weight training injurys. He's probably just going to take and x ray and say "just lay off it for a few more weeks until it feels better"

    but actually it has been feeling a good amount better. I just fear it will take another month to be 100% again....

  14. Quote Originally Posted by buster0371 View Post
    thanks buddy, ill look into getting it checked out. But i fear my regular doctor wont know anything about weight training injurys. He's probably just going to take and x ray and say "just lay off it for a few more weeks until it feels better"

    but actually it has been feeling a good amount better. I just fear it will take another month to be 100% again....
    Shoulder injury right? Take one week of training like this:

    M: Legs
    T: Core and Cardio
    W: Off
    Th: Legs
    F: Core and Cardio
    S n S: Off

    Ice your shoulder 2-3 times per day and use NSAIDS (iburprofen, tylenol) every day.

    Resume your normal routine the following week. If it still hurts, it's time to go to the doc. Your pcp can get you an x-ray, a cortisone shot, and a PT script. Go that route for about 1 month. If that fails, get an MRI and referred to an orthopedic phsyician. That's the correct way to do it.

  15. I'd try and stay away from cortisone shots if possible. Not a big fan of them, but it's based more from repeated use than a single application, so once might not be as bad. Lots of people and DR's use the shots to treat the symptoms, not the cause. I meant no offense to celc5 by posting this, it's just my opinion.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by subweevil View Post
    I'd try and stay away from cortisone shots if possible. Not a big fan of them, but it's based more from repeated use than a single application, so once might not be as bad. Lots of people and DR's use the shots to treat the symptoms, not the cause. I meant no offense to celc5 by posting this, it's just my opinion.
    +1.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by subweevil View Post
    I'd try and stay away from cortisone shots if possible. Not a big fan of them, but it's based more from repeated use than a single application, so once might not be as bad. Lots of people and DR's use the shots to treat the symptoms, not the cause. I meant no offense to celc5 by posting this, it's just my opinion.
    No offense taken and I agree. At the same time, I doubt that any physicians make a habit of it anymore though. Most I ever see is 3 spaced about 3-6 weeks apart.

    IMO the "too many cortisone shots" is a problem from the past that I haven't seen occur in the last 3-4 years. I could be wrong though and just haven't seen the problem by chance???

    Btw Buster, I'd give the same advice for the pec strain. Give it 7 days, get the swelling down with ice and NSAIDS (even if you don't "see" swelling). If that doesn't clear it up, then it's time for the doc.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by buster0371 View Post
    I just fear it will take another month to be 100% again....
    never think that. ever. that's a quick way to make that a reality - the mind is a very powerful beast, and just like weights "whether you think you can, or whether you think you can't, you're probably right". don't set yourself up for failure man.

    also, electrostatic (TENS unit) helped me out quite a lot when my shoulder got silly on me. not to say it works for everyone, but exhaust every option you can if its cheap and causes no long term damage. don't try every option at once though
  19. CHEST DAY - NO PAIN


    I WORKED OUT MY CHEST TODAY PAIN FREE
    wooooohoooooooo

    I did feel a little pain in my chest, but i kept my shoulder blades back, avoided fast jerking movements and there was virtually no pain throughout my entire workout. i kept the weight fairly low, but i did at one point bench 225 for 3 reps. The coach/overseer for the strength and condition lab at my college approached me today and asked me how the injury was and i told him it was better. It feels good that so many individuals actually care about me and my injury. And now to the workout

    Chest: 12 sets
    Bench 135lbs, 25 reps: 225 lbs, 3 reps: 135lbs, 12 reps
    Incline 135lbs, 10 reps, 9 reps, 8 reps
    Cable x 40 lbs, 10 reps, 8 reps, 6 reps
    pullovers 55 lbs, 8 reps, 7 reps, 5 reps

    Abs: 7 sets
    decline twists, 20 lbs, 30 reps, 20 reps
    side bends, 70 lbs, 15 reps
    crunches, 30 reps, 30 reps
    hanging leg raises, 20 reps, 15 reps

    How did my chest go from hurting from benching the bar only, and 5 days later able to do a full chest routine? I dont know, is it possable the ZMA I been taking for the past 3 days did the trick? or the extra glutamine or protein? cuz seriously, 5 days ago i couldnt immagine this would be possable.

    weight: 161 lbs

    supplements: protein, creatine, zma, glutamine, beta alanine. Will soon add in glycobol, and possably t-911.

  20. Congrats on being pain free. Hope to see more good workouts in the future.

  21. Woohoo! Pain free is the way to be!!! Glad to see your doing better man!!!

  22. Quote Originally Posted by Teg View Post
    Woohoo! Pain free is the way to be!!! Glad to see your doing better man!!!
    thanks buddy. Suncloud seems to think it was the glutamine i was taking. No joke, when i was sick i tried doing a few pushups and my left pec hurt real bad near my armpit, from a lousy pushup. I started taking ZMA and Glutamine, 3 days later i had a full chest workoutwith no pain and actually benched 225 at one point.

    I think what caused my injury was the jerking motions of benchin 135lbs. 30 reps. I was throwing the bar up and down so fast, it was bouncing, i wasnt really getting a full range of motion and it was jerking my chest mucles down real hard. I think that is what set it off. So I'll avoid that from now on.

  23. The mind is a powerfull thing. I just got my twin pack of JP8. Thanks again for logging ur supps Buster. This should be a good workout today. I am wired already from JP8.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    The mind is a powerfull thing. I just got my twin pack of JP8. Thanks again for logging ur supps Buster. This should be a good workout today. I am wired already from JP8.
    LOL, that JP8 is no joke buddy!
  25. LEGS


    today i did legs

    preworkout - glycobol
    postworkout - protein iso/whey/cassien, bcaa, creatine mono, 100g complex carbs
    before bed - ZMA

    FIST DAY BACK ON GLYCOBOL

    Legs: 16 sets
    squats - 225 x 12, 275 x 8, 295 x 5
    Leg press - 315 x 15, 12, 10
    Leg extension - 130lbs x 15, 12, 12
    superset with
    Leg curls - 130lbs x 15, 13, 12
    Calf raises - 200lbs x 30, 20, 25, 15

    Review: no JP8 today. afraid the stomach is still too fragile to consume this. I did consume glycobol however and got some near painful pumps in the gym! Upping my carb intake and hope to see some nice results. Weight is still the same. 161
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