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    Quote Originally Posted by Inarius View Post
    Life got in the way of my training session tonight. Back day was pushed until tomorrow. All is well. Just have to make up for that extra rest day with some heavy barbell rows.
    Like AZ said, you're gonna even more rested, more recovered, and vicious. I predict a killer workout tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba View Post
    Like AZ said, you're gonna even more rested, more recovered, and vicious. I predict a killer workout tomorrow.
    thats what im sayin! more motivation to break a new PR
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    Thanks for all the kind words fellas... I've been playing this pretty close to the chest but I guess its not really that big of a deal... I'm trying to buy my first house and had to meet with my realtor last night.

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    GL with the new homestead bubba.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF
    GL with the new homestead bubba.
    Thanks! Im trying not to let it stress me out too much. Ive got my eye on a place already
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    That's the first step...now the real challenges happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF
    That's the first step...now the real challenges happen.
    Yeah I'm finding that out. Probably gonna place an offer this week.

    Just wrapped up a quick semi fasted training session this morning. Just a little shoulder work and some cannon sculpting.


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    BIG ARMS!

    Make sure you get that Post WO taken care of like a boss.

    epic.
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    shoulder and arm training

    side raises
    5 sets x12

    front raises (mixed grips)
    5 sets x10

    db shoulder press
    60 x10
    70 x10
    80 x8
    80 x5

    db rolling tricep extensions
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    bb curls
    3 sets x8 + 1 dropset

    rope push downs
    4 sets 8-12 reps

    hammer strength preacher curls (1 arm at a time)
    4 sets til failure

    single arm tricep extension w/ cable
    3 sets til failure

    single arm cable curl
    3 sets til failure


    Had a huge pump today leaving the gym. Felt really good. Going in tomorrow afternoon to SKWAT. I'll keep you all updated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post
    BIG ARMS!

    Make sure you get that Post WO taken care of like a boss.

    Awesome pic
    He misspelled Jack Dagnals.
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    Skwatz baby! Good luck on that house man. Figure out what you think you can afford per month then knock 10% off of that for you payment cap. Things will come up, maintenance is high, and taxes WILL increase. Also make sure to get a HomeOwners Warranty when they start coming in before you have to have an inspection of everything that way if something craters like a water heater or AC is it only a $75 hit instead of $2500.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73
    Skwatz baby! Good luck on that house man. Figure out what you think you can afford per month then knock 10% off of that for you payment cap. Things will come up, maintenance is high, and taxes WILL increase. Also make sure to get a HomeOwners Warranty when they start coming in before you have to have an inspection of everything that way if something craters like a water heater or AC is it only a $75 hit instead of $2500.
    Thanks for the tips! This is definitely a learning experience for me...

    This morning i squatted 405 for a double. Ill post a vid later on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inarius View Post
    Thanks for the tips! This is definitely a learning experience for me...

    This morning i squatted 405 for a double. Ill post a vid later on.
    nice!
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    2 real ugly reps but almost ass to grass.... I fell forward a bit on both reps and kind of lost my arch... Not bad for noon on a Sunday after only eating a bowl of cereal and then hitting the gym.



    SKWATS
    135 x10
    135 x10
    225 x5
    225 x3
    315 x2
    405 x2 video
    405 x1

    Chain Skwatz
    Bar weight = 225
    +1 chain per side x3
    +2 chains per side x3
    + 3 chains per side x3

    Single Leg Press
    1 plate per side x12
    2 pps x12
    3 pps x8

    Did some kettle bell swings
    one set of stiff leg deadlifts for 225
    and a few ab rollers then called it a day

    Time for Walking Dead.
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    Did you throw a scoop of protein in your cereal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba
    Did you throw a scoop of protein in your cereal?
    No but there was about 30g of protein in it.

    I think next week I'm going to do some reps at 405 with knee wraps and see if i can't get a few more reps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inarius View Post
    No but there was about 30g of protein in it.

    I think next week I'm going to do some reps at 405 with knee wraps and see if i can't get a few more reps.
    Anything over 5 is cardio. Lol
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    Definitely deep squats. Good work!

    Quote Originally Posted by Inarius View Post
    No but there was about 30g of protein in it.

    I think next week I'm going to do some reps at 405 with knee wraps and see if i can't get a few more reps.
    What was it Kashi or something?

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    Anything over 5 is cardio. Lol
    Crap all I do is cardio then...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF

    Anything over 5 is cardio. Lol
    Truer words have never been spoken
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73
    Definitely deep squats. Good work!

    What was it Kashi or something?

    Crap all I do is cardio then...
    Thanks man. Yeah a few cups of some kashi cereal and almond milk.


    I wanted to try to grind out one more but there were no suitable spotters in the gym
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inarius View Post
    Thanks man. Yeah a few cups of some kashi cereal and almond milk.


    I wanted to try to grind out one more but there were no suitable spotters in the gym
    I'm so proud . I had no idea Kashi had that much protein. Here I was about to give you crap. Very happy to hear you are on almond milk now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba

    I'm so proud . I had no idea Kashi had that much protein. Here I was about to give you crap. Very happy to hear you are on almond milk now.
    Ive been drinking almond milk for a few years now. Regular milk doesn't sit well with me. I dont normally eat kashi tho. I was just out of other options
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inarius View Post
    Ive been drinking almond milk for a few years now. Regular milk doesn't sit well with me. I dont normally eat kashi tho. I was just out of other options
    I must be living in an alternate universe where I remember you telling me for years that you loved milk and drank it often with meals. Maybe I'm thinking of your ice cream protein shakes lol.

    Regular milk is nasssty stuff. So much crap/blood/guts in milk. As someone who has issues with gluten, milk products don't work well for me. Greek Yogurt is the only thing I can really handle and even that is eaten in moderation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba

    I must be living in an alternate universe where I remember you telling me for years that you loved milk and drank it often with meals. Maybe I'm thinking of your ice cream protein shakes lol.

    Regular milk is nasssty stuff. So much crap/blood/guts in milk. As someone who has issues with gluten, milk products don't work well for me. Greek Yogurt is the only thing I can really handle and even that is eaten in moderation.
    Way back at the beginning i used to drink chocolate milk like a mofo. Those days are long passed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inarius View Post
    Way back at the beginning i used to drink chocolate milk like a mofo. Those days are long passed.
    Do you still blow bubbles in your protein shake?
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba View Post
    Do you still blow bubbles in your protein shake?
    A better question is who doesn't do this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post
    A better question is who doesn't do this?
    Tyler
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba View Post
    Tyler
    I totally grew out of that years ago.
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    Nothing more frustrating than an injury and watching your numbers plummet. I'm having pain in my front delt in my left shoulder.
    Hit 315 for a ****ty double tonight. Time to back off the heavy pressing for a few weeks.
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    Is it a pinched nerve? Do you have any magnesium lying around?
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    Back it down and do some rehab work on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba
    Is it a pinched nerve? Do you have any magnesium lying around?
    No its not a pinched nerve. And it's not as bad as when i dislocated my right one. I only have 2 packets of animal flex here lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF
    Back it down and do some rehab work on it.
    As much as i don't want to, i think this is pretty much my only option
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inarius View Post
    No its not a pinched nerve. And it's not as bad as when i dislocated my right one. I only have 2 packets of animal flex here lol
    Grab some magnesium. It's cheap. Take it before bed having no calcium in your system. It will greatly help with the pain. When we are injured our bodies use up a lot of magnesium and right now you are in a deficit. Take care of yourself brosef.
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    Crappy Bench Day

    bb bench
    bar x10
    95 x10
    135 x10
    135 x10
    185 x10
    225 x10
    225 x5 paused reps
    275 x5
    295 x5
    315 x2 (rough)

    added mark bells slingshot from howmuchyabench.net
    315 x6

    then 225 x13 raw

    db incline bench
    4 sets w/ 60's til failure with a slow 3 second decent
    trying to get blood into the chest and shoulder area to try to fix some shoulder issues

    cable flies
    4 sets of 12 reps... light weight

    2 sets of dips til failure... just body weight

    some light side raises and front raises... pushing more blood into the shoulders
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba View Post
    Grab some magnesium. It's cheap. Take it before bed having no calcium in your system. It will greatly help with the pain. When we are injured our bodies use up a lot of magnesium and right now you are in a deficit. Take care of yourself brosef.
    Thanks bro. I'll pick some up tomorrow.
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