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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post

    Crazy weather. I'm pretty sure it was in the 30's here at some point last week. Today is a very nice surprise.
    Gotta love the Wyoming weather around here. One day its 70-80 degrees and perfect, the very next it's blizzarding out haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post

    Oh my. I live no further than 10 minutes from the closest beach..

    Just to rub it in <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=78 555"/>

    and another <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum /attachment.php?attachmentid=78 556"/>
    Where do you live jigz? That view is amazing, some national geographic ****
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Beautiful. Do you Kiwis do a lot of surfing?
    We sure do; except me, I don't lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Wow those are awesome pictures. The second one almost looks fake its so amazing lol
    I forget how lucky I am sometimes, a small country with so much awesome. Beaches and snow gotta love it.

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    Where do you live jigz? That view is amazing, some national geographic ****
    New Zealand

    The foods expensive, the petrols expensive, housing is expensive but it is an amazing place.
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    4/9/13


    BB Over and Back Press
    1 warm-up x12
    115x10
    115x10
    125x6, 95x6, 65x6, 45x7


    DB Swings
    40x30
    45x25
    50x20, 30x15


    Reverse Machine Incline Press (2sec squeeze/3sec negative)
    160x12
    180x8
    180x8


    Rear Delt Swings / Spider crawls
    40x25 / 3 (times up and down the wall)
    40x20 / 3
    30x25 / 3
    30x23 / 3

    -These are my new favorite shoulder combo. The pain of a 100 rep destroyer set doesnít compare.


    Horizontal Press
    5x12
    5x12

    -I tried an additional set on my back and wasnít sure what to think. My shoulders were already dead and Iíll have to give it another shot.


    6 ways
    10x12
    10x10


    HIIT
    15mins: bike
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    Those 6 ways are brutal, 10lbs is impressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    We sure do; except me, I don't lol.
    Haha ya I don't either. We can get some decent waves on Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Those 6 ways are brutal, 10lbs is impressive.
    Thanks. They definitely sneak up on you. I usually go with 15lbs, but didn't have much left.
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    Martha's Vineyard looks like a nice little place, is it an island?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Martha's Vineyard looks like a nice little place, is it an island?
    Yeah, both places are islands. Martha's Vineyard is about a 30 minute boat (ferry) ride and Nantucket is around 1-2 hours depending on the ferry. They have a small airline that will get you there in about 15 minutes as well. I love both islands and usually head out there every summer.
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    What are "6 ways"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by classic34 View Post
    What are "6 ways"?
    These would be 6 ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Think I'll stick to what the dude in black was doing. Looks way easier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post

    Think I'll stick to what the dude in black was doing. Looks way easier.
    Lol. I'd never noticed him before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post

    Lol. I'd never noticed him before.
    His workout resembles mine.
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    Chocolate PB ice cream

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    2 scoops Giant Sports PB Choc protein
    1 Choc PB Quest Bar
    1.5 cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk
    1/2 cup nonfat Greek yogurt


    I decided to make this batch "soft serve", and it was delicious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11
    Chocolate PB ice cream

    <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=78 630"/>

    2 scoops Giant Sports PB Choc protein
    1 Choc PB Quest Bar
    1.5 cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk
    1/2 cup nonfat Greek yogurt

    I decided to make this batch "soft serve", and it was delicious.
    Need your ice cream.method those ingredients fit my macros perfect for my before bed meal
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattys4 View Post
    Need your ice cream.method those ingredients fit my macros perfect for my before bed meal
    No problem Matty. My method is in the thread below. The only ingredients used were what I listed above. I put the Quest bar in the microwave for 10 seconds and broke it into little chunks. If you try it out, let me know how it goes.

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    Here we go with breezy's amazing recipes! I remember that ice cream recipe from when we did our protean reviews.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveToLift View Post
    Here we go with breezy's amazing recipes! I remember that ice cream recipe from when we did our protean reviews.
    Yup, that was back when I first started "experimenting" with protein...memories lol.
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    That looks awesome man... So gotta try that one of these days.. but the kids will scarf it down on me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    That looks awesome man... So gotta try that one of these days.. but the kids will scarf it down on me...
    Thanks wasme. Wait until everyone falls asleep? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Chocolate PB ice cream

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    2 scoops Giant Sports PB Choc protein
    1 Choc PB Quest Bar
    1.5 cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk
    1/2 cup nonfat Greek yogurt


    I decided to make this batch "soft serve", and it was delicious.
    This looks nothing like my first attempt hahaha

    That does look freakin bomb though. Going to attempt another ice cream batch soon haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post

    This looks nothing like my first attempt hahaha

    That does look freakin bomb though. Going to attempt another ice cream batch soon haha
    Haha thanks. You were on the right track. Just keep shaking the bag until you get the consistency you want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Haha thanks. You were on the right track. Just keep shaking the bag until you get the consistency you want.
    I will try my best
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Thanks wasme. Wait until everyone falls asleep? lol
    They are all teens, they outlast me. I'll just hide with it!
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    How was the HIIT on the bike today?

    I did this also for 12 minutes. I set the resistance at 12 and went for 15-20 seconds followed by resistance at 3 for 1-1.5 minute recover period. Might as well went and found a hill to sprint straight up haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post

    I will try my best
    That's all that really matters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    They are all teens, they outlast me. I'll just hide with it!
    That'll work too haha.

    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    How was the HIIT on the bike today?

    I did this also for 12 minutes. I set the resistance at 12 and went for 15-20 seconds followed by resistance at 3 for 1-1.5 minute recover period. Might as well went and found a hill to sprint straight up haha
    It was fun.

    I bumped the resistance (and my speed) up to 13-15 for 30 seconds and was cruising at 5 for a minute. Haha ya, I was hurting towards the end as well and had a nice leg/glute pump.
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    What RPM do you guys bike at? I rememeber for prep I was doing at 100-110....fml
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    I have never been one for indoor cardio. No matter the conditions I will run outside. Now that the school tracks have no snow and are 'starting' to dry up, will finally be able to do some great HIIT. Typically I go hard on the straights and slow down on the curves till I have done 5km.

    That said, gotta find me a good hill though - you guys have inspired me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    I have never been one for indoor cardio. No matter the conditions I will run outside. Now that the school tracks have no snow and are 'starting' to dry up, will finally be able to do some great HIIT. Typically I go hard on the straights and slow down on the curves till I have done 5km.

    That said, gotta find me a good hill though - you guys have inspired me.
    Nice! Your track regimen is my summer HIIT plan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    Nice! Your track regimen is my summer HIIT plan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    What RPM do you guys bike at? I rememeber for prep I was doing at 100-110....fml
    I couldn't tell you the RPM, but it had to have been up there lol.

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    I have never been one for indoor cardio. No matter the conditions I will run outside. Now that the school tracks have no snow and are 'starting' to dry up, will finally be able to do some great HIIT. Typically I go hard on the straights and slow down on the curves till I have done 5km.

    That said, gotta find me a good hill though - you guys have inspired me.
    That sounds like a good approach. I prefer to be outside as well. There isn't anywhere good to do cardio/HIIT by my gym though, so I'll probably just do that on "off days".

    I lucked out and have the perfect hill right next to the field/track.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    I couldn't tell you the RPM, but it had to have been up there lol.



    That sounds like a good approach. I prefer to be outside as well. There isn't anywhere good to cardio/HIIT by my gym though, so I'll probably just do that on "off days".

    I lucked out and have the perfect hill right next to the field/track.
    Not sure my RPM either but it is always pretty high. Now that I think about it, I don't even know if the stationary bikes at my gym tell me the RPM They tell me the speed though. I'll check it out tomorrow.

    If I have access or am near a track, I love doing what wasme stated. Sprint the 100 yards and job the corners. Good way to do HIIT and you don't have to worry about keeping track of the time or anything. I also like doing HIIT on the stadium. Sprint up the steps and jog down the next set and do this continuously until I am about to fall over haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post

    Not sure my RPM either but it is always pretty high. Now that I think about it, I don't even know if the stationary bikes at my gym tell me the RPM They tell me the speed though. I'll check it out tomorrow.

    If I have access or am near a track, I love doing what wasme stated. Sprint the 100 yards and job the corners. Good way to do HIIT and you don't have to worry about keeping track of the time or anything. I also like doing HIIT on the stadium. Sprint up the steps and jog down the next set and do this continuously until I am about to fall over haha.
    I'll probably use that track approach next time. I was sprinting (somewhat) half of the track (1/8 mile), which had me beat pretty fast.
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    I love HIIT. My protocol is 6 sec all out sprint followed by 36s passive rest and repeat for 15 minutes.

    For a nice little personal challenge I do this; You have 30s to go as far as possible (I normally do this running and with shuttle runs), once that 30s is up you slow down to a walk, or do whatever resting protcol you do for 15s then repeat for 6 sets.

    Another one I like is; you have 30s to complete 100m, (again I do this with shuttles so it takes slightly longer than an all out run considering all the decelerating involved) which say will take 21s, which leaves you with 9 seconds to spare after which you repeat. If say on the next 'set' you take 25s then that leaves you only 5s rest time or if you do it in 20s, then you get 10s rest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    I also like doing HIIT on the stadium. Sprint up the steps and jog down the next set and do this continuously until I am about to fall over haha.
    Now you have me wondering if I can get into the stadium at the private school that is nearby.. that would be killer..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    I love HIIT. My protocol is 6 sec all out sprint followed by 36s passive rest and repeat for 15 minutes.

    For a nice little personal challenge I do this; You have 30s to go as far as possible (I normally do this running and with shuttle runs), once that 30s is up you slow down to a walk, or do whatever resting protcol you do for 15s then repeat for 6 sets.

    Another one I like is; you have 30s to complete 100m, (again I do this with shuttles so it takes slightly longer than an all out run considering all the decelerating involved) which say will take 21s, which leaves you with 9 seconds to spare after which you repeat. If say on the next 'set' you take 25s then that leaves you only 5s rest time or if you do it in 20s, then you get 10s rest.
    Thanks Jiigzz, I'll give those a try. I was planning on doing shuttle runs anways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Another one I like is; you have 30s to complete 100m, (again I do this with shuttles so it takes slightly longer than an all out run considering all the decelerating involved) which say will take 21s, which leaves you with 9 seconds to spare after which you repeat. If say on the next 'set' you take 25s then that leaves you only 5s rest time or if you do it in 20s, then you get 10s rest.
    I would never get any rest using this method. I would just be running 100m back and forth repeatedly.
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