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  1. Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    This morning I tried Reeves Deads .... interesting, and felt it in my lats/traps..
    Those Reeve deads are awesome and I like to give a good shrug at the top of the motion to hit the traps even more . They destroy my whole back though.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Those Reeve deads are awesome and I like to give a good shrug at the top of the motion to hit the traps even more . They destroy my whole back though.
    Indeed, I watched the youtube video a few times and was sure to really shrug at the top...
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by 804 View Post

    That in-to-out rep ROM is LEGIT!
    So you're talking about "Meadows rows" (different than a standard one-arm bb row)...yeah, they're great.


    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    I did the one-arm BB rows yesterday breezy and they killed my lats like I haven't felt before (used 25lb plates for a better ROM).
    Nice. Once you find the right positioning and get "in the groove", they do serious damage. I use 25lb plates as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    This morning I tried Reeves Deads .... interesting, and felt it in my lats/traps..
    Yup, they're different, but awesome. I did a variation of them this morning too.
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  4. 5/3/13


    I felt fantastic during todayís session. Strength, endurance, and my mood were all great. Iíve been surprised by how well my strength is doing, considering that Iím dropping weight. I believe my current supplementation has a role in my performance and how Iím feeling.


    Single Arm BB Row
    3 warm-up x8
    100x8 (4 25lb plates)
    100x8
    100x8
    110x8

    -constant tension

    -25lb plates used for increased stretch/ROM



    Smith Rows (explosive)
    1 warm-up x6
    200x6
    200x6
    200x6
    200x6

    -20lbs bar resistance

    The video shows my first and last set. I adjusted my positioning on a few sets and tried to focus on driving my elbows up.




    DB Pullover (Mtn.Dog)
    60x10
    60x10
    60x10
    60x10

    -constant tension



    DB Shrug
    100x15
    110x12
    115x10

    -3 sec hold at top



    Deadlift (explosive)
    2 warm-up x3
    315x3
    335x3
    355x3
    355x13 (to failure)

    -last set was brutal
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  5. Reeves Deadlift (Starnes)
    95x10
    95x10
    95x10

    Not the best angle, but hereís my last set. I had some extra time, so I decided to add these in.


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  6. Great job with the back work Breezy. I think what I missed the most about last 2 days (working 2 parts per day) was the variety. I much rather do various mountain dog exercises than have to limit myself to couple trying to get 2 body parts in.

    Good looking videos. Form impeccable as always.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by fumoney View Post
    Great job with the back work Breezy. I think what I missed the most about last 2 days (working 2 parts per day) was the variety. I much rather do various mountain dog exercises than have to limit myself to couple trying to get 2 body parts in.

    Good looking videos. Form impeccable as always.
    Thanks fumoney. Yeah, both approaches have their positives and negatives. I'm really enjoying working chest and shoulders together...although it's all MD exercises haha.

    Thanks again. That's one of the main goals with my current training. I'm not very concerned about the weight used at all.
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  8. Great workout... do you normally have such a wide grip on the Reeves Deads??

  9. Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Great workout... do you normally have such a wide grip on the Reeves Deads??
    Thanks wasme. If using a standard bar, yes. There are several variations, but they're all done by holding the plates. I use a shorter bar when doing the Meadows variation. There's a video of myself doing those somewhere in this log as well.



    Here are a bunch of them:

    http://youtu.be/0xELn8aN1HY (from tnation)

    http://youtu.be/6ELJRdWBgD4 (me)


    Meadows

    http://youtu.be/dttF9v3YU9E


    Starnes

    http://youtu.be/7fHP_3DwObw(what I did today)

    http://youtu.be/ZKLjCyeM-ko

    http://youtu.be/2mkiCRE6AYY
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Thanks Breezy... I would say the one above is closest to what I did....I will try with wider grip next week.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Thanks Breezy... I would say the one above is closest to what I did....I will try with wider grip next week.
    No problem wasme. Sounds good, I use a shorter bar for those. An EZ bar would work as well, if options are limited.
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  12. HIIT at the field/track this morning. Hopefully I can get some in before any soccer games start. If not...straight hills homie.
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  13. Breezy my brother I am back and catching up on 15 pages!!
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by LiveToLift View Post
    Breezy my brother I am back and catching up on 15 pages!!
    Great to see you back brother! I just stopped by your thread a couple seconds ago.
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  15. 5/4/13

    I was limited to hill sprints, which wasn't necessarily a bad thing. It was rough, but I felt great when finished.

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    Here's what I got done:

    -jog around basketball court: 3 mins
    -26x hill sprints (straight up/down): 11 mins
    -5x sprint up hill, jog across top (~50 yds), jog down where incline is minimal, jog back to starting point (~50 yds): 4 mins
    -jog/walk around basketball court: 5 mins
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  16. Love dem Reeves Rows. They're even better with plates that have handles though there's only one gym around here that has those. Glad to see you overcame and adapted
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    5/4/13

    I was limited to hill sprints, which wasn't necessarily a bad thing. It was rough, but I felt great when finished.

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    Here's what I got done:

    -jog around basketball court: 3 mins
    -26x hill sprints (straight up/down): 11 mins
    -5x sprint up hill, jog across top (~50 yds), jog down where incline is minimal, jog back to starting point (~50 yds): 4 mins
    -jog/walk around basketball court: 5 mins

    Good stuff brother!!

  18. Beautiful picture, and awesome way to wake up in the morning for some sunshine and hill sprints

  19. Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Love dem Reeves Rows. They're even better with plates that have handles though there's only one gym around here that has those. Glad to see you overcame and adapted
    I'm a big fan as well. The majority of the plates at my gym have handles. It'd be a big challenge adding decent weight to a standard bar without them. Thanks man.


    Quote Originally Posted by 804 View Post

    Good stuff brother!!
    Thanks dude!

    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Beautiful picture, and awesome way to wake up in the morning for some sunshine and hill sprints
    Thanks kbayne. It was only about 50 degrees outside, but that was a good temp for doing hill sprints.
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  20. Nice HIIT... should have you all pumped up for tonight's game..

  21. Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Nice HIIT... should have you all pumped up for tonight's game..
    Thanks. Yup, I'm excited. Hopefully, this low carb headache goes away before the game.
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  22. You could always replace it with a protein icecream brain freeze lol

    .. did you try making a batch and freezing? I am making it for the first time today.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    You could always replace it with a protein icecream brain freeze lol

    .. did you try making a batch and freezing? I am making it for the first time today.
    Haha not a bad idea, but I'm going with minimal carbs today (broccoli and asparagus). I sort of fell into carb cycling over the last couple weeks.

    Not yet. I threw it together after the first period during game 1. However, I did try making some by just putting it in the freezer for a couple hours and it didn't come out right (ran out of salt, so I couldn't use shaking bag method). It had a bunch of "ice flakes" in it. I'll try storing an already made batch in the freezer soon.
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  24. 5/5/13


    Machine Press (neutral grip) / Band Over and Backs
    2 warm-up x12
    200x12 / 8
    200x12 / 8
    200x11 / 8
    200x11 / 8

    -1 sec stretch (raised sternum) /1 sec hard flex

    -strict form (stopped right before it started to break)

    -awesome combo and pump



    Pec Minor Dip / Band Over and Backs
    12 / 8
    12 / 8
    12 / 8
    12 / 8



    DB Bent-Over Side Lateral Raise
    20x20 (full ROM), x30 (partial swings)
    20x15, x30
    15x18, x30
    15x15, x30

    -I recorded my first set with 20lb dbís, but it was from the opposite angle and the sun blocked out the picture. Hereís my final set with 15ís, which was plenty heavy at that point. It's not too exciting, but a decent example.





    Spider Crawls / Band Over and Backs
    45 sec / 8
    45 sec / 8
    45 sec / 8
    45 sec / 8



    -This shoulder workout, done with no more than 20lb dbís and a band, is probably the most brutal that Iíve done. Bringing the band over my head for over and backs becomes a big challenge towards the end.



    I'll have a somewhat interesting diet update later.
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  25. Excited to hear about interesting diet update....
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