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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    Avs Wings brawl in 97' McCarty and Lemuix. Still gets me jacked up thinking about it. Close second was the 98'
    Damn right.. one of my friends live right next door to Drapers parents. He invited one year they won the cup for the backyard party was kick ass. (was the Lemieux hit on Draper that sparked those brawls - pretty sure anyway)
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    Jeannerett is a god!
    lol I knew this would get a reaction from you.
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    It's hard to top when the B's climbed over the glass at MSG and Milbury beat a fan with his own shoe lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Damn right.. one of my friends live right next door to Drapers parents. He invited one year they won the cup for the backyard party was kick ass. (was the Lemieux hit on Draper that sparked those brawls - pretty sure anyway)
    Yeah the year before in the playoffs, cross check from behind into the boards.

    That's sick man!! Back in the good ole days of hockey
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    Breezy, have you seen the movie Goon? About a mass-hole hockey player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    Breezy, have you seen the movie Goon? About a mass-hole hockey player.
    Lol yeah, the one with Stifler. I thought it was pretty funny.

    Edit: That's how one of my high school linemates makes a living.

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    Lying Leg Curls
    60x10 (warm-up)
    80x10 (warm-up)
    100x10 (warm-up)
    110x10
    110x10
    110x10
    90x10 (1.25 rep)

    -kept hips jammed into the pad to isolate hamstrings better (makes a difference)

    -last set: full rep followed by a partial rep was counted as 1 rep



    Leg Extensions / Leg Press
    50x10 / 270x10 (warm-up)
    70x10 / 450x10 (warm-up)
    90x10 / 540x10 (warm-up)
    130x10 / 630x10 (warm-up)
    150x10 / 770x10
    150x10 / 770x12
    150x10 / 770x14 (11 reps, 5 count, 3 reps)
    150x10 / 770x16 (8 reps, 7 count, 4 reps, 10 count, 2 reps, 10 count, 2 reps)


    -leg extensions: 1 sec hold in contracted position

    -casually moving between exercises (no rush)

    -leg press: worked up to a tough 10 that could be done without breaks and then added 2 reps each working set / no lockout (besides breaks) / feet shoulder width in middle of platform

    -10 sec stretch on each quad after each set of leg press

    -One more rep and I probably would've been found unconscious, having pooped my pants.



    BB Back Squat
    135x3 (warm-up)
    225x3 (warm-up)
    315x3 (warm-up)
    355x6
    355x6
    355x6
    355x6

    -worked up with sets of 3 to a weight that I could do explosively for 6 reps

    -Legs were a little weak, but explosiveness was solid on all sets. The chain work from the last 2 sessions definitely helped.



    BB Stiff Legged Deads
    145x10 (warm-up)
    245x12
    245x12

    -25lb plates used for increased stretch

    -done very controlled and deliberately: slow eccentric, pushing hips back and focusing on the stretch
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    Damn, hell of a workout!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pete8407 View Post
    Damn, hell of a workout!
    Thanks man. It was a good one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Bruuuuuuutal!
    It's only gonna get worse. My legs aren't working too well, especially when I stand up after sitting down for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    It's only gonna get worse. My legs aren't working too well, especially when I stand up after sitting down for a while.
    Breezy, you part cyborg or something?

    Supersetting the extensions with the leg presses...and into squats! Damn...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post

    Breezy, you part cyborg or something?

    Supersetting the extensions with the leg presses...and into squats! Damn...
    Lol. I'm Hungarian and Irish

    That's all Meadows' crazy ideas.

    Here's a quote from today's workout:

    "This week you are going to be doing your explosive work on a very pumped set of legs - with that in mind, enjoy!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Breezy, you part cyborg or something? Supersetting the extensions with the leg presses...and into squats! Damn...
    That's exactly what I though, hardcore badass!
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Lol. I'm Hungarian and Irish That's all Meadows' crazy ideas. Here's a quote from today's workout: "This week you are going to be doing you explosive work on a very pumped set of legs - with that in mind, enjoy!"
    You know a lot of Hungarians tuned into Irish because of the great potato famine in Ireland. Pretty cool story actually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pete8407 View Post
    You know a lot of Hungarians tuned into Irish because of the great potato famine in Ireland. Pretty cool story actually.
    I wasn't aware. I'll look into it though.



    I noticed that this was posted in another thread already, so I'll share it here.

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    Supposedly Hungary is a poor country and Ireland had the great potato famine going on and so the Hungarians went to Ireland for work but the Irish didn't want them to take all the work from them so a lot of the Hungarians changed there name to an Irish name so they wouldn't get caught. Sometimes that why you see a lot of last names that are the same but some have a Mc on the beginning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post

    I wasn't aware. I'll look into it though.

    I noticed that this was posted in another thread already, so I'll share it here.

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    CnC????

    Must buy just so I have tried them all still.

    With the thick creaminess of OEprotein i can see that cheesecake being great too
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    Quote Originally Posted by pete8407 View Post
    Supposedly Hungary is a poor country and Ireland had the great potato famine going on and so the Hungarians went to Ireland for work but the Irish didn't want them to take all the work from them so a lot of the Hungarians changed there name to an Irish name so they wouldn't get caught. Sometimes that why you see a lot of last names that are the same but some have a Mc on the beginning.
    Interesting. There's no "Mc" in my name, but it did lose a "z", back when my family came to America. It didn't help anyone pronounce it correctly though lol.



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    CnC????

    Must buy just so I have tried them all still.

    With the thick creaminess of OEprotein i can see that cheesecake being great too
    Yup!

    I haven't tried either, but am very excited for both.
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    I don't think it was every Hungarian. My last name had a Mc at the beginning but when our family came to America there were so many that the made us drop the Mc. We then went back to our original Hungarian name, kinda funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    CnC????

    Must buy just so I have tried them all still.

    With the thick creaminess of OEprotein i can see that cheesecake being great too
    I can see the recipe wheels turning Driven..
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post

    "This week you are going to be doing your explosive work on a very pumped set of legs - with that in mind, enjoy!"
    This is something I really like about using a Meadows written program. It almost feels like he is sitting on the bench beside you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    The only hockey that is aired here is field hockey. Its just not the same
    I hear you on that. I watched Ducks vs. Wild in Minnesota back in Oct when I visited the states (first time watching) and the atmosphere was phenomenal. Game went into OT with the Ducks scoring in the final few seconds of it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    This is something I really like about using a Meadows written program. It almost feels like he is sitting on the bench beside you.
    Same here. He does a great job coaching you through each movement.


    Quote Originally Posted by Sam1985 View Post
    I hear you on that. I watched Ducks vs. Wild in Minnesota back in Oct when I visited the states (first time watching) and the atmosphere was phenomenal. Game went into OT with the Ducks scoring in the final few seconds of it...
    Awesome. Live hockey is the best. The speed of the game doesn't show very well on television.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Awesome. Live hockey is the best. The speed of the game doesn't show very well on television.
    I think seeing hockey live is so much of a different experience than on TV because at the rink you get the whole ice in view and not just where the puck is. Thank god for HD TV though. When I was younger, I'd have to focus on the players movements more than where the puck was since it was so hard to tell on the old TVs
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    Quote Originally Posted by joh408 View Post
    I think seeing hockey live is so much of a different experience than on TV because at the rink you get the whole ice in view and not just where the puck is. Thank god for HD TV though. When I was younger, I'd have to focus on the players movements more than where the puck was since it was so hard to tell on the old TVs
    Yeah, it's really a different experience at the rink. My favorite thing to watch in HD is hockey. Most sports are pretty awesome though.
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    Banded HS Incline Press
    90x8 (warm-up)
    140x8 (warm-up)
    180x8 (warm-up)
    210x8
    210x8
    210x8

    -explosive / hard flex


    Chain BB Bench Press
    135x5 (warm-up)
    155x5 (warm-up)
    195x5
    195x5
    195x5
    195x5
    195x5

    -worked up to a weight (with chains) that I could do explosively for sets of 5

    -split second pause on chest / exploding to just shy of lockout



    Smith Decline Press
    200x15
    200x15
    200x15

    -20lbs bar resistance

    -sit-up bench used for slight decline (lowest setting)

    -no lockout / firing weight back up as soon as it hit chest



    Partial Dips
    2 sets to falure (~20)

    -out of stretched position / elbows out / chin tucked



    DB Bent-Over Side Laterals
    25x15
    25x15
    25x15

    -full ROM / strict form (no trap involvement)



    Spidercrawls
    1 min (up and down wall)
    1 min
    1 min



    Seated DB Front Raise
    15x12
    15x12
    15x12

    -hands kept pronated

    -raising ~4'' above eye level, back down to sides

    -strict form: lifting entirely with shoulders / no momentum
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    1/8/14



    Banded HS Incline Press
    90x8 (warm-up)
    140x8 (warm-up)
    180x8 (warm-up)
    210x8
    210x8
    210x8

    -explosive / hard flex


    Chain BB Bench Press
    135x5 (warm-up)
    155x5 (warm-up)
    195x5
    195x5
    195x5
    195x5
    195x5

    -worked up to a weight (with chains) that I could do explosively for sets of 5

    -split second pause on chest / exploding to just shy of lockout



    Smith Decline Press
    200x15
    200x15
    200x15

    -20lbs bar resistance

    -sit-up bench used for slight decline (lowest setting)

    -no lockout / firing weight back up as soon as it hit chest



    Partial Dips
    2 sets to falure (~20)

    -out of stretched position / elbows out / chin tucked



    DB Bent-Over Side Laterals
    25x15
    25x15
    25x15

    -full ROM / strict form (no trap involvement)



    Spidercrawls
    1 min (up and down wall)
    1 min
    1 min



    Seated DB Front Raise
    15x12
    15x12
    15x12

    -hands kept pronated

    -raising ~4'' above eye level, back down to sides

    -strict form: lifting entirely with shoulders / no momentum
    Just so I'm understand you correctly, that's the weight including the chains? 20lb chains?
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