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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Thanks guys. It's always good to hear that people are getting something out of it. I used to train primarily for strength, but since moving my focus towards building muscle, putting a lot of emphasis on form and hitting the target muscle(s) as best I can has been a huge help. My joints are much better off as well. I used to constantly be dealing with pain and nagging injuries. That said, there are times when some less than perfect reps can be thrown in the mix and beneficial.
    It's just extremely refreshing to see someone making great progress while using good form and reasonable weights. It's just not that useful or motivating seeing pro level bb's doing bench sets of 20 with like 400lb... Seeing someone doing rows and presses and raises with "normal" people weights is really motivating. Makes being big without running 284826279395 grams of test/tren year round for life a much more realistic and attainable goal. Plus, like you said, the risk of injury is so much less when you keep your form in check and weights within reason. I can say that the last 8 weeks lowering weights and checking form has made my body feel totally renewed. And fixing up some diet deficiencies has helped too (which I stole a bit of from here as well )
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    Just watched the MD video. Can't wait for next video and get some insight on their intra-workout nutrition thoughts and what they got going on in that big black tub with a scooper the size of a protein scoop lol.
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    Ohhh new MD video!

    There is a method to Matt's madness.
    Squats do a booty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post

    It's just extremely refreshing to see someone making great progress while using good form and reasonable weights. It's just not that useful or motivating seeing pro level bb's doing bench sets of 20 with like 400lb... Seeing someone doing rows and presses and raises with "normal" people weights is really motivating. Makes being big without running 284826279395 grams of test/tren year round for life a much more realistic and attainable goal. Plus, like you said, the risk of injury is so much less when you keep your form in check and weights within reason. I can say that the last 8 weeks lowering weights and checking form has made my body feel totally renewed. And fixing up some diet deficiencies has helped too (which I stole a bit of from here as well )
    Thanks man. Yeah, there's more than one way to build muscle. Some pros have horrible form, but it obviously works for them. Meadows was the biggest influence when it came to changing my approach. In the video, he and Evan are using less weight on the HS incline than most people on AM with decent strength would. He also mentioned how he considers "failure" when form breaks. Outside of bench, squats, and deads, Meadows goes lighter on most of the exercises in his programs than you see a lot of people using. Your muscles don't know how much weight you're using; "heavy" is relative and muscle knows tension. It can be hard, but if someone can focus on strict form, a new "heavy" can be established. Glad I've been able to help.

    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Just watched the MD video. Can't wait for next video and get some insight on their intra-workout nutrition thoughts and what they got going on in that big black tub with a scooper the size of a protein scoop lol.
    Good video. I'm pretty sure John will break it down the same way he always does. Haha that's the new intra product from Prime Nutrition. He's already mentioned the profile, but I don't remember the exact mix. It has EAAs (no Peptopro to keep price down), HBCD, CM, electrolytes, and maybe a couple other ingredients.

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    Ohhh new MD video!

    There is a method to Matt's madness.
    Sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Awesome. Thanks for the heads up.


    Edit: Pretty cool. And they talk more about training smart and not just trying to lift crazy amounts of weight every time you step in the gym.
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    This morning's session was secondary legs with a focus on quads. I started with 6 sets of leg curls, 4 sets of adductor machine, and then moved on to various squatting techniques.


    Quad Focused BB Back Squats: For these I used a shoulder width stance, elevated my heels with 10lb plates, and tried to remain upright (chest kept up/ moving straight up and down) throughout the movement. It doesn't take much weight with this approach to hammer your quads. I slowly worked up with sets of 6 until they started feeling heavy, which was with only 315lbs. The video got cut short after a few reps on the final set (memory was full).







    Heel Elevated Pause Squats: I decided to stick with squats at the last minute. The pause was held a little above parallel, as that's where I feel the greatest amount of tension. I didn't count the pauses, I just sat there until I felt like it was time to come back up. These were done for 2 sets.







    Heel Elevated Multi Pause Squats: This idea popped in my head as I was unracking the bar. They were great and I'll be doing them again. Once the pause squats were done, I counted to 30, and added some additional reps without pausing or heel elevation. I switched to constant tension after a couple reps as well. 2 sets were done on these.








    Lying Machine Squat: I'm not sure what to call this machine, but it beats my legs up good. I did 4 sets of 25 with my heels together, pushing off the balls of my feet. This techniques hit the vastus lateralis very well (I do the same on hack squats).

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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Thanks guys. It's always good to hear that people are getting something out of it. I used to train primarily for strength, but since moving my focus towards building muscle, putting a lot of emphasis on form and hitting the target muscle(s) as best I can has been a huge help. My joints are much better off as well. I used to constantly be dealing with pain and nagging injuries. That said, there are times when some less than perfect reps can be thrown in the mix and beneficial.
    Do you find that you have lowered the weight on most lifts to achieve this - as you are not just going for raw strength?

    Or perhaps the better question is, far less focus on the weight used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post

    Do you find that you have lowered the weight on most lifts to achieve this - as you are not just going for raw strength?

    Or perhaps the better question is, far less focus on the weight used.
    I actually haven't tracked my numbers on any lift in about 2 years (if I post any its from memory). That time has resulted in some of my best (physique) progress in about 19 years of training as well. My main concern when I get to the gym is that I train hard. As long as that's accomplished, I know I'll progress. If I went into each workout thinking about PRs with every lift, I'd most likely be wasting a ton of reps working my joints and ligaments, instead of what's intended.

    If someone's primary goal is building muscle, I don't think tracking numbers is incredibly important once they've reached a certain level of strength and LBM (assuming they train hard). If overall strength were to increase or take a dive they should know it regardless.

    Another reason why I don't track numbers is the way my sessions are set up. A lift could be performed at a point in the workout where muscle fatigue is a big factor. If I squat x amount of weight towards the beginning of a session and less at the end of the next session, a drop in numbers could be expected. If I know I'm training hard (with good form), its nothing to worry about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    I actually haven't tracked my numbers on any lift in about 2 years (if I post any its from memory). That time has resulted in some of my best (physique) progress in about 19 years of training as well. My main concern when I get to the gym is that I train hard. As long as that's accomplished, I know I'll progress. If I went into each workout thinking about PRs with every lift, I'd most likely be wasting a ton of reps working my joints and ligaments, instead of what's intended. If someone's primary goal is building muscle, I don't think tracking numbers is incredibly important once they've reached a certain level of strength and LBM (assuming they train hard). If overall strength were to increase or take a dive they should know it regardless. Another reason why I don't track numbers is the way my sessions are set up. A lift could be performed at a point in the workout where muscle fatigue is a big factor. If I squat x amount of weight towards the beginning of a session and less at the end of the next session, a drop in numbers could be expected. If I know I'm training hard (with good form), its nothing to worry about.
    I agree with this! As long as you push yourself each training, you WILL grow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    I actually haven't tracked my numbers on any lift in about 2 years (if I post any its from memory). That time has resulted in some of my best (physique) progress in about 19 years of training as well. My main concern when I get to the gym is that I train hard. As long as that's accomplished, I know I'll progress. If I went into each workout thinking about PRs with every lift, I'd most likely be wasting a ton of reps working my joints and ligaments, instead of what's intended.

    If someone's primary goal is building muscle, I don't think tracking numbers is incredibly important once they've reached a certain level of strength and LBM (assuming they train hard). If overall strength were to increase or take a dive they should know it regardless.

    Another reason why I don't track numbers is the way my sessions are set up. A lift could be performed at a point in the workout where muscle fatigue is a big factor. If I squat x amount of weight towards the beginning of a session and less at the end of the next session, a drop in numbers could be expected. If I know I'm training hard (with good form), its nothing to worry about.
    Agree with you as well. I have stopped shooting for PR's and find with Meadows training, especially with bands and chains involved it would be hard to accurately hit one anyway. Plus like you said the placement of exercises, not to mention the sheer amount of volume isn't conducive to smashing PRs.

    I remember you telling me before starting Meadows, that my shoulder problems would really lesson with his routines - and they are rarely sore now. And likely because I am not trying to out do each session.

    Kinda also figure... obviously its working for you, because we have also witness your crazy progression the last couple of years.. lol.
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    I'm working a ton this week, but keeping up with training. I had a chest/shoulder pump session last night and a back pump session this morning. I'm continuing with a mini diet and slowly tightening up. Carbs have been kept peri-workout for a couple weeks and have been down to down to 150g the last 2 days (from 600-700g). Insulin sensitivity should be improved when I start bringing calories/carbs back up soon.




    Slight Incline Smith Press: These were done with a pause about 6" above my chest and an additional pause about 1" above my chest. The concentric portion of the movement was stopped short of ******* as well. This is my final set of quite a few. I did most working sets at 225, but lowered the weight for my final set and included a drop set with a wide grip, no pauses, and partials.






    This mornings session was a combination of giant sets. It was a lot of volume, but took just under an hour.


    Lat Tri-Set: This included single arm pulldowns, reverse rope pulldowns, and pronated grip wide pulldowns. The video shows the 3rd round of 3 total.





    The second giant set focused on upper back/traps. I recorded a round, but accidentally deleted it clearing space on my phone. Then my phone died recording the next giant set . The following was done for 3 rounds:

    -Smith Rows: Constant tension with elbows high and wide
    -Incline KB Rhomboid Rows: hanging over bench keeping elbows high and wide
    -Incline KB Shrugs
    -Band Chest Pulls: attached to top of rack
    -Cage Press Variation: Slow and controlled. Leaning in and flexing traps hard during the concentric. Lowering until the bar touches the top/back of head.



    The third giant set focused on overall back. This was done for 2 rounds:

    -Smith Rows: deap stop, pulling into belly
    -DB Pullovers
    -Bent Over KB rows: supinating wrists
    -Band Chest Pulls
    -Dead Hang
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Whoa. That's beastly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    Whoa. That's beastly.
    Lol yeah. Imagine if the Zamboni was a guy with his head caught down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Lol yeah. Imagine if the Zamboni was a guy with his head caught down.
    That's exactly what I was picturing. A shoulder to the chest like that would fold you in half and prob crack a few ribs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Lol yeah. Imagine if the Zamboni was a guy with his head caught down.
    I think we have all caught that guy with his head down...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    I think we have all caught that guy with his head down...
    Many times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    I think we have all caught that guy with his head down...
    Its just the best feeling
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Many times.
    Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    Its just the best feeling
    LOL... without a doubt
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    LOL... without a doubt
    One of my favorite moves was pinching in from the blue line as the other team came around the net or tried to make a breakout pass along the boards. 90% of the time they didn't even see me coming lol.



    I trained arms tonight. Apparently my printer ran out of ink as it was printing today's session, and I didn't realize that the last tricep exercise wasn't legible. I hadn't done these in a while, so I decided to throw them in.


    Occluded Band Kickbacks: Each round was broken down into mini sets of 5; stepping forward after each, for a total of 15 reps (essentially a drop set). I did 4 rounds with 30 seconds rest. The pump was ridiculous by the end (video shows round 3).


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    Never tried occlusion training. Seems wicked painful
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    Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    Never tried occlusion training. Seems wicked painful
    Ive done it for single leg leg press! Not sure if i had the band tight enough, but i didnt really notice a difference!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    Ive done it for single leg leg press! Not sure if i had the band tight enough, but i didnt really notice a difference!
    Either not tight enough or went too heavy. If done right, you will feel it!
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    Breezy, I've been using the MWOD voodoo floss for my occluded work lately. So much better than wraps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Either not tight enough or went too heavy. If done right, you will feel it!
    Probably not tight enough! I was just using some bands, and i couldnt really tighten it no more!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    Probably not tight enough! I was just using some bands, and i couldnt really tighten it no more!
    Gauge it to be roughly 7/10 on tightness. High reps too!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    I think we have all caught that guy with his head down...
    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Many times.
    Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    Its just the best feeling
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    LOL... without a doubt
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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    Probably not tight enough! I was just using some bands, and i couldnt really tighten it no more!
    It couldn't be double wrapped then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by joh408 View Post
    Best hits I had were catching a kid at center ice looking for a pass or getting guys who were driving wide around the net. Had an imprint of a cage on my shoulder for a week from my last college game at regionals
    Uh oh... Head shot rule
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    Quote Originally Posted by joh408 View Post
    Best hits I had were catching a kid at center ice looking for a pass or getting guys who were driving wide around the net. Had an imprint of a cage on my shoulder for a week from my last college game at regionals
    Boom goes the dynamite!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
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    Breezy, I've been using the MWOD voodoo floss for my occluded work lately. So much better than wraps.
    Thanks man. It looks like it'd work great and I'll probably grab some. I like using the micro minis for arms and calves, as opposed to wraps. Plus it makes you look like the Ultimate Warrior lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Plus it makes you look like the Ultimate Warrior lol.
    Request for Breezy to be in warpaint with micro minis on his arms, Warriors old intro blasting over the PA - running around his gym calling out the Hulkster lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Request for Breezy to be in warpaint with micro minis on his arms, Warriors old intro blasting over the PA - running around his gym calling out the Hulkster lol
    Lol Halloween is coming up.



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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    And I just got some new PES gear and am starting AnaBeta Elite tonight.
    Ok very jealous that tee is great
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    Quote Originally Posted by RegisterJr View Post
    I saw the new shirts at my gym last week. I like them.
    Nice. Do they sell them there or was someone wearing one? I'm a big fan as well.


    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    Ok very jealous that tee is great
    Yeah, cool shirts and good quality too. I didn't know I'd get to join an exclusive club due to my shirt size either lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Nice. Do they sell them there or was someone wearing one? I'm a big fan as well.
    I don't ever look at the clothing rack at my gym, so I'm not positive, but they normally only sell their brand.

    It was a girl I saw doing cardio. Most of the time I see people wear BB or MuscleTech shirts. I rarely see a descent brand. Lol
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