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  1. Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Update pic looking good breezy. You have definitely added some chest size, and lat width (it seems from that view). Next 12 weeks should be fun for you.
    Thanks wasme. Yeah, I think my back has probably had the most improvement since my competition (not that you can really tell from the pic). I'm looking forward to it.


    735lbs DL at 180lbs. Not bad.

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  2. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    735lbs DL at 180lbs. Not bad.
    ...Enough said.
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  3. Good read on nutrient timing and nutrition in general. Thanks @bolt10.

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  4. I trained heavy chest/shoulders this morning and have to work a long day. I'm feeling flat and my weight took a bigger dip than I would've liked, so I'll be implementing an "emergency" cheat meal when I get home tonight.
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  5. Emergency cheat meal sounds like fun!
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    I trained heavy chest/shoulders this morning and have to work a long day. I'm feeling flat and my weight took a bigger dip than I would've liked, so I'll be implementing an "emergency" cheat meal when I get home tonight.
    Lol sounds like a good time. What's on the menu
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    Quote Originally Posted by pete8407 View Post
    Emergency cheat meal sounds like fun!
    Thinking the same thing.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Good read on nutrient timing and nutrition in general. Thanks @bolt10. http://www.precisionnutrition.com/nutrient-timing
    Non problem man...read it this morning and thought it was a great read.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    I trained heavy chest/shoulders this morning and have to work a long day. I'm feeling flat and my weight took a bigger dip than I would've liked, so I'll be implementing an "emergency" cheat meal when I get home tonight.
    Wish I had this problem, lol.

    I am sure this cheat meal will be pretty tasty and voluminous

  10. Quote Originally Posted by pete8407 View Post
    Emergency cheat meal sounds like fun!
    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    Thinking the same thing.
    I enjoyed it very much.

    Quote Originally Posted by Danb2285 View Post
    Lol sounds like a good time. What's on the menu
    It was some pizza and Haagen Dazs Peanut Butter Pie ice cream. Weight is back up a little and some fullness is restored.

    Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    Non problem man...read it this morning and thought it was a great read.
    Yeah, I've read a few good articles from them.

    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Wish I had this problem, lol.

    I am sure this cheat meal will be pretty tasty and voluminous
    You were correct.




    I had to hit the gym early this morning for a back session. Performance was great following last night's meal (was previously too).

    I've been switching up how I execute One Arm BB Rows. I have the option of doing them every week (sometimes twice), so I started trying different approaches. Today, I went with 10lb plates and a kept my feet close together, as opposed to a staggered stance (still not lined up perfectly straight though). I didn't lean back or use my leg much to help support the weight. This really targeted the lats and provided an awesome stretch, contraction, and pump. I definitely recommend giving it a try, if you can mentally handle dropping the weight that you're used to.


    I worked up with sets of 8 and stopped at 95lbs.

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  11. I saw that peanut butter pie ice cream at the grocery store the other day! I wanted it so bad but I know what would happen if that was at my house. I bet it was delicious, anything PB I'm in!

  12. Quote Originally Posted by pete8407 View Post
    I saw that peanut butter pie ice cream at the grocery store the other day! I wanted it so bad but I know what would happen if that was at my house. I bet it was delicious, anything PB I'm in!
    If you buy it, you're supposed to eat it . It's not even a full pint. Yeah, it's amazing and one of my favorites.
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    If you buy it, you're supposed to eat it . It's not even a full pint. Yeah, it's amazing and one of my favorites.
    Oh I'll eat but probably in one sitting!

  14. Quote Originally Posted by pete8407 View Post
    Oh I'll eat but probably in one sitting!
    That's what I did. Always do when I get a pint of ice cream.
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  15. Might give that setup of one-arm bb rows a try tonight.

  16. Working out in my basement I don't have heavy dumbbells anymore. So I decided to do that 1-arm row like that today as well, except I also set up on a bench like it was your typical 1-arm DB Row. John Meadow's row variations are a lifesaver for me without many dumbbells right now.
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  17. Hey breezy, here's the link to the Protean log if you want to follow
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Might give that setup of one-arm bb rows a try tonight.
    Let me know how it goes if you do.

    Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    Working out in my basement I don't have heavy dumbbells anymore. So I decided to do that 1-arm row like that today as well, except I also set up on a bench like it was your typical 1-arm DB Row. John Meadow's row variations are a lifesaver for me without many dumbbells right now.
    But you have a bunch of other cool stuff . They're great. I'll have to try setting up a bench sometime as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by pete8407 View Post
    Hey breezy, here's the link to the Protean log if you want to follow
    IForce Oatmeal Cookie Madness
    I'm on my way. Thanks, Pete.


    It's going to be a long day. I should be getting to the gym at some point tonight for a light leg session. I'll try to have an update posted when I get home.


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  19. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Let me know how it goes if you do.
    I tried your adaptation of the one arm bb rows for my warm up sets yesterday. I liked it, but wasn't sure if I was perhaps leaning back a little bit far - almost using the weight on the bar to counter my lean.... I used the normal way for my work sets.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    I tried your adaptation of the one arm bb rows for my warm up sets yesterday. I liked it, but wasn't sure if I was perhaps leaning back a little bit far - almost using the weight on the bar to counter my lean.... I used the normal way for my work sets.
    Hmm. You may have been standing back a little too far, causing you to lean back to help support the weight. I positioned my feet right near the plates and didn't have to reach forward when fully stretched (still a great stretch with the 10lb plates). I focused on not letting my torso drop, driving up with my elbow, and flexing my lat. The lighter weight was needed to allow the lats to do all the work when using that stance.
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  21. So would it still be beneficial to shift carbs to later in the day if you workout in the morning?
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  22. Quote Originally Posted by Danb2285 View Post
    So would it still be beneficial to shift carbs to later in the day if you workout in the morning?
    The few days a week that I have a morning session, I save some carbs for my final meal (they'd still be in most meals if I wasn't at this point in prep). My peri-workout nutrition stays locked in place (carbs may be adjusted, depending on training and total carbs for the day), but I switch to high fat meals throughout the middle of the day, and have carbs at night. If you don't have many carbs to work with, I'd probably start with ~25g in the final meal and see how it treats you.
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    The few days a week that I have a morning session, I save some carbs for my final meal (they'd still be in most meals if I wasn't at this point in prep). My peri-workout nutrition stays locked in place (carbs may be adjusted, depending on training and total carbs for the day), but I switch to high fat meals throughout the middle of the day, and have carbs at night. If you don't have many carbs to work with, I'd probably start with ~25g in the final meal and see how it treats you.
    This is close to how I do it too.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    This is close to how I do it too.
    I thought so . It seems to be working great for you.



    I'm looking forward to giving this a go for the chest portion of my secondary chest/shoulder session today. It's pretty similar to what I've been doing, but looks fun either way.

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  25. Ya I powerlift but do things similar to Meadow's with my own tweaks and not as perfect.

    I need to do some of these crazy things in this log during a transition block sometime...I'll probably be severely unprepared for this level of pump again.
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