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  1. Quote Originally Posted by 804 View Post
    Hell of a transformation and story!

    P.S. clear your pms Matt!
    Thanks brother.

    Just got an email saying it was full. All set!
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  2. The official launch of modernathletichealth.com is tomorrow; however, content is already being loaded to the site.

    Here's a quick tip to help fully activate the chest.

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    Here's a short piece on targeting the middle-back.

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  3. Diet/Death Face" update: These were taken about 1.5 weeks apart. The closer I get to my goal, the scarier I look.

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  4. Decided to test out my ice cream making skills for the first time in over a year. So creamy, and so delicious.

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    Conditioning check at the gym yesterday morning, as the lighting at home isn't good. Abs are somewhat watery from various forms of yhcl (oral and topical), but look on track.

    P.S. I wouldn't take a pic like this on the gym floor, if anyone else was around lol.

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  6. Haha #ninjapic. Ice cream looks yummy!

  7. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Diet/Death Face" update: These were taken about 1.5 weeks apart. The closer I get to my goal, the scarier I look.

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    Ha! No wonder the forwards were afraid to go into the corners
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by gokix811 View Post
    Haha #ninjapic. Ice cream looks yummy!
    Lol very sneaky. It was awesome!
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Ha! No wonder the forwards were afraid to go into the corners
    Lol. Apparently my face has sunken in quite a bit more in the last couple of days...I can't make eye contact with anyone without them mentioning it ha.
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  10. Absolutely amazing progress!!

    How do you make that ice cream? Looks amazing!
    My log: http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/268844-clowns-closing-40-a.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by clown007 View Post
    Absolutely amazing progress!!

    How do you make that ice cream? Looks amazing!
    Thanks man.

    I make it in ziploc bags. I can get it to come out like actual ice cream, as opposed to soft serve or ice chips that I see a lot of people make. If you go to the "cooking with whey" thread, my recipe should be on the first page. If you try it, take the ice cream bag out and "massage" it as it starts to freeze (do it a few times), so you can get a perfect consistency throughout the batch.
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  12. Amazing! Thank you!!!
    My log: http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/268844-clowns-closing-40-a.html

  13. Quote Originally Posted by clown007 View Post
    Amazing! Thank you!!!
    No problem!
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  14. HS Front Pulldown: I'm a big fan of Hammer Strength equipment, particularly the front pulldown machine when it comes to working the lats. Another plus of the HS equipment, is how bands can easily be set up on most for some added intensity.


    I did 3 different variations on this machine, this being the first (I'll post the others as well).


    Drive both elbows down, keep your chest up, and flex hard at the bottom of the movement. Now, keep one elbow at the bottom and hold/flex your lat in the contracted position while performing 3 reps on the opposite side. Keep repeating, alternating the working side, 3 reps at a time. The increasing band tension towards the bottom of the movement leads to a very strong contraction on each rep and during the iso-hold.


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  15. HS Front Pulldown (2): The previous video focused on alternating iso-holds, while this approach alternates stretching the lats.

    I chose to stick with added band resistance to intensify the contraction at the bottom of the movement and the stretch at the top.

    Work one side at a time, while letting your lat on the non-working side stretch. Keep your chest up, drive your elbow down, and flex your lower lat as hard as you can at the bottom. You can vary the number of reps done per side at once, but I chose to repeat 4R/4L.

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  16. HS Front Pulldown (3): Here's the third and final variation done with this machine, during yesterday's back session. This was used last, as it provides an outstanding stretch and really opens up the lats. I stuck with the added band resistance here as well, which helped increase the strength of the contraction and stretch.

    Grab the outsides of the machines arms with a neutral grip, as opposed to holding the handles with a supinated grip. Lean forward with your upper abdominals on the support pad, feet way back behind you, and toes on the ground. Keep your chest up (your positioning will help this), drive your elbows down, and flex hard at the bottom. Control the eccentric and let your lats open up at the top as you focus on feeling them stretch.

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  17. I had a session dedicated entirely to shoulder work this morning, which is something I very rarely do.

    This is just a standing lateral raise machine. More often than not, I'll go a little "heavy" and use a partial range of motion. If not, I'll start with full reps and transition to "swings" as my delts fatigue. I do these facing the machine and facing away from it, which allows me to put more emphasis on both the side and rear delts.

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  18. Here's some more of today's shoulder work, focusing on the rear delts.

    Band Resisted Bent-Over Dumbbell Laterals/Band Bent-Over Laterals: Either of these are solid on their own, but I combined them to continue working the muscle once form stated to break with the dumbbells.

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  19. Standing Reverse Machine Shoulder Press: I work this machine into my training fairly often; however, very rarely use it how it was originally intended to be used. I do these "reverse" while seated, but favor the standing position, due to the strong contraction of the traps that comes from being able to duck your head at the top of the movement.

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  20. Been following along on Instagram. These tips/vids are literally the only thing I fire that app up for ha.

    Ive been having some shoulder issues the last month or so in one shoulder that hurts when I do any type of Ohp or most machine presses... I've been sticking to just doubling my lateral raises to get my volume but was wondering if you had any other suggestions?
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    Been following along on Instagram. These tips/vids are literally the only thing I fire that app up for ha.

    Ive been having some shoulder issues the last month or so in one shoulder that hurts when I do any type of Ohp or most machine presses... I've been sticking to just doubling my lateral raises to get my volume but was wondering if you had any other suggestions?
    Ha glad you like them man.

    I actually don't use pressing movements very often; about once every 4 times I train shoulders (train them twice a week), and I've seen my best development that way.

    When I do add them, they are usually the last movement. At that point the shoulders are fully warmed up and somewhat fatigued, so it doesn't take much weight for the exercise to be effective. I also had a shoulder issue a few months back and the only pressing movement that I could do comfortably was the standing reverse machine press that I posted a video of. I believe that being able to press forward, as opposed to pressing straight up, helped.
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  25. Elbows Out Extensions: Grab dumbbells, lean back on something for support (with your feet on the ground ), start with the dumbbells above your head, slowly lower the inside head of them to your chest while keeping your elbows out, and then raise them back up following the same path you took on the way down. I usually do these for sets of 8-10.


    Banded Bodyweight Extensions: Put a band around your back and looped around your thumbs. Place your hands close together on whatever you are using for support. Push off, using the outsides of your hands in a similar fashion to a push-up. Lower yourself slowly, feeling the tension in your triceps. Pump these out with constant tension to failure.

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  26. Smith Triceps Extensions: This is a solid movement that I picked up from @mountaindog1. I'd recommend doing these at the end of your tricep work, once your elbows/joints are fully warmed up.

    Set up an incline bench in a Smith machine at around a 45 degree angle. Grab the bar with a close grip (inside of shoulder width) and slowly lower it towards your nose with a 3 second eccentric. Pause for a second at the bottom as your triceps stretch, and then press up to just shy of *******. It's ok to let your elbows flare a bit. The majority of the time, I prefer staying in the 8-10 rep range , but will occasionally add a set of 2 of 6 reps, at the end. Bands can used for some added intensity.

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  27. Some much needed carbs from Saturday. I won't be seeing any again until I start loading on Wednesday. This brown rice pasta and 99%ff ground turkey meal was one that I ate while testing a loading strategy over 2 days.

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    I was going to hold off on posting any pics until after the show, or at least until carbed up and dried out, but here's a back shot. This was taken cold in the morning. Posing is bad too, as its a selfie on a timer lol.

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    Conditioning should be on point, which will be needed due to being smaller. Glutes look like they've come in and everything else should be very tight (including little wrinkles on low back being gone), if all goes as planned.
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  30. T-3 days! Ahhh!
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