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    Quote Originally Posted by 804 View Post

    Good read. Sad that all of the interest is on jack@sses who are YouTube stars...
    Yup, the majority of fitness related social media in general is pretty ridiculous; from more well known people like some of those mentioned above, down to random people constantly posting things like how "hardcore" they are or daily butt selfies with a Ghandi quote attached. A lot of people want to be "social media superstars" these days, and more often than not, real world accomplishments aren't a part of the plan. That said, good for those who do gain a big following. It'd be great if more people with solid knowledge and a lot to offer did the same.

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    Here's this morning's back session.


    Banded One-Arm BB Row variation
    4 sets of 10 + 6 (no band) on final set

    -same stance as shown in first half of (old) video

    https://youtu.be/QJxRi4h5vPs





    Band Resisted HS Leg Press Rows / HS Unilateral Leg Press Rows
    4 sets of 6 / 6

    -band resisted: slow concentric/eccentric with hard flex/hold
    -single arm: pumping style, alternating starting arm each set


    https://youtu.be/UBC9vgIWIyw





    HS Front Pulldowns
    3 sets of 4R/4L x2

    -hard flex at bottom
    -letting non-working side stretch by holding opposite handle at the top





    Incline Upper Back BB Rows / Seated Rope Chest Pulls
    3 sets of 10 / 10

    https://youtu.be/u1k35dK8cGI




    DB Pullovers
    3 sets of 12




    Away Facing Rope Pulldowns
    4 sets of 10

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    Dead Hang
    2 mins

    -Using knee pads to hold yourself down while the weight stretches your back. I like these with various grips (wide pronated, shoulder width pronated, close neutral)


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    Cheat Meals, Refeeds, and Triple-X Eating
    http://www.elitefts.com/education/ch...iple-x-eating/

    Very similar to guidelines/definitions that I've learned and applied at different times (when it makes sense).
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Dead Hang
    2 mins

    -Using knee pads to hold yourself down while the weight stretches your back. I like these with various grips (wide pronated, shoulder width pronated, close neutral)


    https://youtu.be/I1LEV4_22zQ
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    Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    vid is private
    All set.
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    I like those dead hangs. Didn't know there was a name for it, just figured it was a good way to stretch errythang after a back workout. Also, on the back extension machine, just hanging over it for 1-2 minutes and letting gravity do the rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Cheat Meals, Refeeds, and Triple-X Eating
    http://www.elitefts.com/education/ch...iple-x-eating/

    Very similar to guidelines/definitions that I've learned and applied at different times (when it makes sense).
    great read man, thanks- it would be a very useful tool for a lot of guys I know at the gym, and as a reminder to myself
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    Quote Originally Posted by gokix811 View Post
    I like those dead hangs. Didn't know there was a name for it, just figured it was a good way to stretch errythang after a back workout. Also, on the back extension machine, just hanging over it for 1-2 minutes and letting gravity do the rest.

    #backextensiondeadhang #nexttothewaterfountain #mirror #buttintheairbutwedontcare
    I don't think there's really an official name, but that's one that I picked up somewhere. Weighted hang or stretch works too. Yeah, it loosens everything up pretty good. Hanging from the top of a rack while fully relaxing is good as well.

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    great read man, thanks- it would be a very useful tool for a lot of guys I know at the gym, and as a reminder to myself
    No problem man. Yeah, like Alexander mentions, the definitions shouldn't be applied just for the sake of doing it, which could potentially do more harm than good. That said, those who eat massive "cheat meals" regularly (regardless of goals/needs) could probably benefit from placing caloric ceilings on them or incorporating "free meals". There's also people who think they're cheat authorities that could be up in arms about roughly tracking calories of a cheat meal as well lol.
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    I got in a lighter leg session this afternoon.


    Lying leg Curls
    6 sets of 8


    Adductor
    4 sets of 10


    Super Leg Press Machine
    sets of 8 until barely getting 8 (working up)



    Leg Extensions
    3 sets of 10



    BB Squats
    4 sets of 21-25

    4th set: The goal was to use a weight that I could maintain 20-25 reps with (without grinding), and just fill my legs with blood.

    https://youtu.be/E9hYNsH-Qqo
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    I got in a lighter leg session this afternoon. Lying leg Curls 6 sets of 8 Adductor 4 sets of 10 Super Leg Press Machine sets of 8 until barely getting 8 (working up) Leg Extensions 3 sets of 10 BB Squats 4 sets of 21-25 4th set: The goal was to use a weight that I could maintain 20-25 reps with (without grinding), and just fill my legs with blood. Video Link: https://youtu.be/E9hYNsH-Qqo *had to replace copyrighted music in background GHR 3 sets of 10
    Jesus was that 315 for sets of 20+?!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    Jesus was that 315 for sets of 20+?!!
    lol yes sir. It could've easily been 30+ on the first set if I kept going. Maybe I'll see what I can do towards the beginning of a session some time. Having a heart attack might be a concern though lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    lol yes sir. It could've easily been 30+ on the first set if I kept going. Maybe I'll see what I can do towards the beginning of a session some time. Having a heart attack might be a concern though lol.
    you sir, are a monster. And I am intimidated. Please don't crush me
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    Impressive as always...

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    Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    you sir, are a monster. And I am intimidated. Please don't crush me
    Ha thanks. You're safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Impressive as always...

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    Thanks man.

    Unfortunately, I didn't. It's a been a very busy weekend as usual.
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    Here's another easy and effective way to target the upper back area.


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    Weight has stalled at 5000 cals....

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    Matt do you ever listen to music when you train?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gokix811 View Post
    Matt do you ever listen to music when you train?
    Nope. My gym plays or let's us choose "good" music depending on what time I go (tonight should be good), but I honestly wouldn't notice if Taylor Swift was playing (realized that in a video I recorded last week lol). I used to always wear headphones, but I'm focused enough to not care about the music playing or need it for motivation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Nope. My gym plays or let's us choose "good" music depending on what time I go (tonight should be good), but I honestly wouldn't notice if Taylor Swift was playing (realized that in a video I recorded last week lol). I used to always wear headphones, but I'm focused enough to not care about the music playing or need it for motivation.
    I notice when taylor swift comes on because i start banging out pr's
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    lol @ pre workouts 3 McDonald's sandwiches

    and if there's no mayo and a hashbrown in each sandwich, all gains lost! that's crazy
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    Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post

    I notice when taylor swift comes on because i start banging out pr's
    Perhaps that was a bad example.

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    lol @ pre workouts 3 McDonald's sandwiches

    and if there's no mayo and a hashbrown in each sandwich, all gains lost! that's crazy
    It's all about the calories per bite.

    That's an old story that Dave has written about before, but I think John said they recorded 4-5 videos that should be pretty good.
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    That vid was awesome... Really shows you what you need to do to truly make a living doing osme of the extreme things in this type of world (bb/pl)
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    Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    That vid was awesome... Really shows you what you need to do to truly make a living doing osme of the extreme things in this type of world (bb/pl)
    Yeah, I couldn't imagine trying to crack 300lbs. As long as your only concern is adding weight (not body composition or health), that plan should do the trick lol. It'll probably end up killing you if you stick with it for too long though.
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    Matt, you say you're at 5k calories currently?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Matt, you say you're at 5k calories currently?
    Yeah, with a bump to 6k twice a week. Hopefully, I can roll with my current intake for a few more weeks. I might do another quick clean up when weight stalls again, as it seems to help push past sticking points when I do (and gives my digestive system somewhat of a break).
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Yeah, with a bump to 6k twice a week. Hopefully, I can roll with my current intake for a few more weeks. I might do another quick clean up when weight stalls again, as it seems to help push past sticking points when I do (and gives my digestive system somewhat of a break).
    That's crazy lol.

    How often does your weight stall before raising calories?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post

    That's crazy lol.

    How often does your weight stall before raising calories?
    It'll be quite a bit higher eventually lol.

    Hopefully I won't have to raise calories for a couple weeks, but when I need to, I shouldn't have a big problem continuing to add weight anyways (since I was maintaining 15lbs+ heavier a few months ago). When I get to the mid 240 range it's a big challenge. My weight basically refused to go up last time, despite adding 1000 cals to what I was already eating.
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    What is Dave Tate doing wrong?: http://youtu.be/FZuwY0aIcFs
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    What is Dave Tate doing wrong?: http://youtu.be/FZuwY0aIcFs
    Just finished watching.

    Would be neat if they kept putting out these short videos for us
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Just finished watching.

    Would be neat if they kept putting out these short videos for us
    It's kind of like having a nice luxury car and causing performance to suffer by not filling the tank with premium gas.

    I think John said they recorded 5 that weekend.
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    was about to post that video. damn your quick lol, love these videos
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    The Illusion of the "Goal" and Motivation

    -The farther you are from an outcome, the less motivated you are going to be to reach it. It's far away, which is always dissuading, especially if you are impatient

    And outcome based thinking often places you at a disadvantage. It can provide an endless list of how far away you are from what you want


    And what you don't yet have is always going to out weigh your starting position.

    Which makes motivation hard to come by that way,

    And subsequently, this leads people to believe they must find an ultimate WHY that will keep them "motivated" for the whole endeavor

    Such a thing is hard to come by, and its a trap of and in itself, that embarking on a process should put one in a constant state of enthusiasm.

    Process are built on accumulated habits and discipline. Motivation is a distant second

    No casual "why" is going to be strong enough, not unless it's one of those ivehitrockbottom reasons that comes when life is at a total crisis point

    And if you need to almost die to have a WHY, motivation isn't the issue. Your whole model of thinking is flawed when adapt-or-perish is the only way for you to be motivated

    Any why is good enough to take action.
    Repeat that enough times to habit, and act enough times to create a Way, you'll get closer to the point you want to be at (since goals are just points in time anyways)

    And no irony, the closer you are to something, the more motivated you'll find yourself to work towards it

    But that comes later. In the beginning, ACTION is what you want above all else. If you're not excited about, oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Awesome post...
    Yeah, I always enjoy reading his articles and thoughts on various topics. Makes me want to take action and start writing some down myself.


    Here's a related article that I just saw posted on FB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    Thought you may like this Breezy <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=11 6547"/> Don't f*ck with Meadows
    Ha yeah, I watched it all unfold. Pretty good thread lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    Thought you may like this Breezy <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=11 6547"/> Don't f*ck with Meadows
    too funny. And true
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