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  1. "Time to shred up" now? Glad your elbow is feeling better 804. Those lingering injuries are the worst.
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  2. Nice work boss! Those are some heavy pullovers.

    Joining the cutting club? The new supp arsenal looks good man. Look forward to your progress.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by classic34 View Post
    "Time to shred up" now? Glad your elbow is feeling better 804. Those lingering injuries are the worst.
    Thanks Classic! Time to go "josef rakich" on some cutting LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Nice work boss! Those are some heavy pullovers.

    Joining the cutting club? The new supp arsenal looks good man. Look forward to your progress.
    Thanks breezy!

  4. HOLY CRAP- took alphamine (2 scoops) for the first time in the AM. With Vanillean this morning... WOW. I'm am pouring sweat. Im extremely impressed with this combo already. I can feel the fat burning

  5. Quote Originally Posted by 804 View Post
    HOLY CRAP- took alphamine (2 scoops) for the first time in the AM. With Vanillean this morning... WOW. I'm am pouring sweat. Im extremely impressed with this combo already. I can feel the fat burning
    The thermo effect is strong! Love my alphamine pre-cardio!
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by 804 View Post
    HOLY CRAP- took alphamine (2 scoops) for the first time in the AM. With Vanillean this morning... WOW. I'm am pouring sweat. Im extremely impressed with this combo already. I can feel the fat burning
    Haha Alphamine is great. I can't imagine the sweaty mess it would cause combined with Vanillean.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by LiveToLift View Post
    The thermo effect is strong! Love my alphamine pre-cardio!
    Ill take some pre-workout today as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Haha Alphamine is great. I can't imagine the sweaty mess it would cause combined with Vanillean.
    Yeah it was a pretty hell-ish morning thermo wise

  8. Day 2 of the cut.

    Did a full-ish body workout. in the gym for 3 hours. I know.. way to much. But my buddy showed up late - we basically always have a competition so I gotta stay. ha

    Squats
    135x20
    185x12
    185x12
    205x10

    leg press/ sled (45 deg)
    6 plates x 20
    8 plates x 15
    8 plates x 15
    10 plates x 13

    SUPERSET INCLINE/ DECLINE

    Incline DB press (25deg)
    70sx15
    70x15
    70x13
    70x12

    Decline Barbell bench
    135x20
    135x18
    155x14
    185x11

    Seated DB overhead triceps extension
    80x12
    100x8
    100x8
    100x7

    360 degree seated cable flyes:
    steep incline-moderate incline- straight forward- moderate decline- steep degline (20 lbs - 10 reps each)

    Weighted bosu ball pushups:
    45x10
    45x10
    45x10

    HIIT - track sprints- walk whort ends (10 min)

    4 various ab workouts

  9. 3 hours?! Damn man, looks like a great workout
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by joh408 View Post
    3 hours?! Damn man, looks like a great workout
    Maybe 2/2.5 hours. I did just wait for a while for my buddy to show up. Nonetheless, it was a brutal workout (with no elbow issues )

    I've always had good luck cutting with very high volume workouts

  11. Quote Originally Posted by 804 View Post
    Maybe 2/2.5 hours. I did just wait for a while for my buddy to show up. Nonetheless, it was a brutal workout (with no elbow issues )

    I've always had good luck cutting with very high volume workouts
    Right on man. I take it the sleeve is working out nicely
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  12. yeah man, thus far!

  13. Quote Originally Posted by 804 View Post

    Maybe 2/2.5 hours. I did just wait for a while for my buddy to show up. Nonetheless, it was a brutal workout (with no elbow issues )

    I've always had good luck cutting with very high volume workouts
    Awesome to hear the elbows doing well!
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  14. Jeez...3 hours? I've been known to take up to 2 hours in the gym, but that's where I have to cut it off.
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    Awesome to hear the elbows doing well!
    Thanks bro!!

  16. Quote Originally Posted by classic34 View Post
    Jeez...3 hours? I've been known to take up to 2 hours in the gym, but that's where I have to cut it off.
    Yeah, I typically won't exceed 2 hours... but my workout partner wasn't having that. I couldn't leave him hanging hahaha

  17. Day 3 of the cut cycle - yesterday

    Little HIIT with some basketball beforehand did some full court layups with some shooting around in between those sprints (every 2 sprints, about 4-5 jump shots)

    Shoulders/ biceps

    Dumbbell seated military presses:
    50x20
    70x12
    80x8

    Seated on floor cable face pulls: (being seated keeps me more isolated - no rocking)
    65x15
    72x15
    80x12
    80x10

    Cable high curls with dropset on last 2 sets (simultaneous curls/ same time - in between cable towers)(first time back to doing biceps since major elbow problems)
    25x15
    30x12
    35x10 drop 20x13
    35x9 drop 20x11

    Incline hammer curls:
    40x12
    40x12
    40x12

    Cable preacher curls (with ez style bar - very close grip - elbow in almost touching)
    37.5x18
    65x8
    65x8
    65x5

    Video


    HIIT

    10 min treadmill:
    2 min 14% incline walk followed by 1 min intervals of a 9 mph run.

    15 min 1/16 mi track circuit:
    walk short ends - alternate on the long straights between 60% and 100% sprints

    5 minute bike sprint all out on med/high resistance.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by 804 View Post
    Day 3 of the cut cycle - yesterday

    Little HIIT with some basketball beforehand did some full court layups with some shooting around in between those sprints (every 2 sprints, about 4-5 jump shots)

    Shoulders/ biceps

    Dumbbell seated military presses:
    50x20
    70x12
    80x8

    Seated on floor cable face pulls: (being seated keeps me more isolated - no rocking)
    65x15
    72x15
    80x12
    80x10

    Cable high curls with dropset on last 2 sets (simultaneous curls/ same time - in between cable towers)(first time back to doing biceps since major elbow problems)
    25x15
    30x12
    35x10 drop 20x13
    35x9 drop 20x11

    Incline hammer curls:
    40x12
    40x12
    40x12

    Cable preacher curls (with ez style bar - very close grip - elbow in almost touching)
    37.5x18
    65x8
    65x8
    65x5

    Video
    YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6jlriZgnZU

    HIIT

    10 min treadmill:
    2 min 14% incline walk followed by 1 min intervals of a 9 mph run.

    15 min 1/16 mi track circuit:
    walk short ends - alternate on the long straights between 60% and 100% sprints

    5 minute bike sprint all out on med/high resistance.
    Very solid workout 804!

    Glad to hear elbow is doing better as well bud. Keep it up
    Independent

  19. Nice work brother. You're killing the HIIT; 1 min intervals at 9 sounds rough.
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Nice work brother. You're killing the HIIT; 1 min intervals at 9 sounds rough.
    yeah man, especially after bulking all winter. The tight abdominal cramps are brutal

  21. Decided to do my HIIT at the outdoor hockey rink we have around here. I was out there for about an hour shooting and doing sprints and drills.

    Did some sprint laps, and also did a circuit skating backwards loops around all 9 faceoff dots.. and i got rid of my white-ness somewhat.



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  22. Hockey for hiit is my favorite. That's a nice looking odr
    Justin
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by 804 View Post
    Decided to do my HIIT at the outdoor hockey rink we have around here. I was out there for about an hour shooting and doing sprints and drills.

    Did some sprint laps, and also did a circuit skating backwards loops around all 9 faceoff dots.. and i got rid of my white-ness somewhat.



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    Awesome man. There's a rink right next to the field/track and hill where I did my HIIT; I should probably hit that up sometime. I have some Bauer rollerblades, but haven't used them in years.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by 804 View Post
    Decided to do my HIIT at the outdoor hockey rink we have around here. I was out there for about an hour shooting and doing sprints and drills.

    Did some sprint laps, and also did a circuit skating backwards loops around all 9 faceoff dots.. and i got rid of my white-ness somewhat.



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    Awesome way to make cardio fun. I'm jealous, I had to ditch most my hockey stuff with my last move I did keep my Ice Skates ;-)
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by joh408 View Post
    Hockey for hiit is my favorite. That's a nice looking odr
    Yeah it's kept up really well. They used to have adult summer leagues... I need to find out. They actually play at night under the flood lights, which is pretty sick. all state funded too. If I wanted to go play by myself at night, I could just cut the lights on!

    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Awesome man. There's a rink right next to the field/track and hill where I did my HIIT; I should probably hit that up sometime. I have some Bauer rollerblades, but haven't used them in years.
    Get it bro! If you wanna destroy your calves skate a backwards loop around all 9 face-off dots in a row... Mine are still sore from it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    Awesome way to make cardio fun. I'm jealous, I had to ditch most my hockey stuff with my last move I did keep my Ice Skates ;-)
    Hear that brother. Get a composite stick or something used man. Its never a bad thing to keep an old stick around when you've got the urge to play.
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