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    Ubi - I think your disclaimer goes without saying.

    We all pretty much know that you are full of sh*t.

    BTW - I think you need this emoticon in your signature - it's so Ubi!

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    brick, yes. i work up in weight with low reps until i get to my 'all-out' set. then, it's balls to the walls go until you can't go anymore. if for some reason you don't beat your previous rep scheme, it may be time to drop that exercise and move to something else, as per DC protocol.
    So, one set til failure? Cool.

    I'm still making the transition from slightly higher volume to lower volume.. do you think 2 sets for most exercises would be a good start for someone who hasn't used super high intensity before?

    Also.. would you mind telling me what your rep range for each bodypart is?

    Edit:

    and i just watched your :squat: vid. You are a freak.
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    you can do 2 sets or a rest-pause set (which i believe is more effective). basically, let's say you're benching 315 x 9 and you're spent at that point. set the weight back on the rack, take 15 deep breaths, and hit it again most likely getting 3 reps or so. set it down again, 15 deep breaths, max out again, usually 3 reps - nowo you're done.

    as for my rep range, it changes depending on how far along in the progressive overload i am. if i'm just taking it back to 75%, i'm probably hitting 12-15 reps. but if i'm near my 1RM, of course the rep range is lower. as for other bodyparts where i don't use progressive overload, i change it up each day. since there's 3 different workouts for each bodypart - one day might be high rep, day 2 may be medium, day 3 heavy low rep.

    fyi, rest pause is very effective for bi training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiquitous
    oh yeah Beez? I'm hitting PR's after post cycle therapy.. 12lbs lighter and scrawnier! BOOYACKA SHOT BUMBA CLOT BATTY BOYEEEEE

    Ubi=3
    Beez=2
    you don't get 3 points for that.

    Ubi - 1
    Beez - 2......(pinky to lower lip) million
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    Ubi ---> Attachment 14512 <------Beez


    Last edited by idunk42; 08-14-2006 at 02:24 PM.
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    Beelze, not sure if anyone asked this earlier but how long are you in the gym most days. I've been putting together my own version of DC's principles and I'm just trying to gauge how much time it will take while in the gym.

    jecko
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    usually 1.5 hours or so. squat days are about 2 hours. never did understand the whole 'rush' concept. "don't exceed 45 minutes per session or you'll go catabolic......blahblahblah". yes, i'm burning tons of muscle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    usually 1.5 hours or so. squat days are about 2 hours. never did understand the whole 'rush' concept. "don't exceed 45 minutes per session or you'll go catabolic......blahblahblah". yes, i'm burning tons of muscle
    Yeah from the looks of all the PR's you've been getting lately, I would have to agree that you are in the gym way too long!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    usually 1.5 hours or so. squat days are about 2 hours. never did understand the whole 'rush' concept. "don't exceed 45 minutes per session or you'll go catabolic......blahblahblah". yes, i'm burning tons of muscle

    Looks sound, now I just gotta convince the owner of my gym he needs to open up at 0500 now

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    5/29 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves

    was supposed to hit 605 on squat today but something kept nagging at me saying not to, so i didn't. started over the 75% rule.

    squats
    (2) 135 x 8
    225 x 5
    315 x 3
    405 x 1
    belt/wraps
    455 x 9 PR (fail on 10, wasn't even heavy, legs just gave out. if history is any indicator, i'll hit 465 for 11-12 next week then the downward rep motion will begin as weight increases. on another positive note, i had a PL'er judge my form from the side angle and he said my knees don't come forward in the slightest so perhaps the camera angle on 585 was awkward.)
    90 second stretch

    RDL's
    135 x 6
    225 x 4
    315 x 3
    405 x 1
    belt
    475 x 5 PR (easy)
    60 second stretch

    dumbbell wrist curls
    65's x 10 PR

    standing alt. dumbbell curls
    40's x 10
    55's x 5
    70's x 16 PR (rest pause at 8 and 12)
    60 second stretch

    standing calves
    3 sets of SB routine with weight increase PR

    20 mins cardio

    now, off to see xmen III.
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    [QUOTE=
    now, off to see xmen III.[/QUOTE]



    it was good lots of **** blowing up....!!! Hooraa....
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    5/30 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    decline hammer press (1/2 tempo)
    90 x 20
    180 x 15
    270 x 10
    360 x 10
    460 x 24 PR (rest pause after 16 and 20)
    80 second stretch

    seated military barbell (touch chin)
    135 x 10
    185 x 3
    225 x 17 PR
    60 second stretch

    smith CGBP
    135 x 10
    225 x 10
    315 x 12
    drop set
    225 x 12
    135 x 10
    60 second stretch with 50's

    D-handle pulldowns (2/2 tempo, very strict ensuring all back)
    150 x 10
    200 x 10
    250 x 20 PR (rest pause 10 and 16)

    hammer low row
    180 x 10
    360 x 14 PR
    60 second stretch

    crunches on decline with dumbbell
    115's x 20 PR
    115's x 13

    cardio 20 mins
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    6/1 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves
    hack squats (replaced hammer leg press, no more room for plates)
    rack x 20
    90 x 10
    180 x 10
    270 x 8
    450 x 3
    630 x 3
    wraps
    860 x 5 PR
    90 second stretch

    hammer leg curls
    45 x 10
    90 x 5
    135 x 3
    170 x 10
    115 x 14
    60 second stretch

    dumbbell wrist raises
    (2) 35's x max

    straight bar curls
    75 x 8
    105 x 4
    145 x 8 PR
    110 x 20 PR (rest pause at 12 and 17)
    60 second stretch

    leg press calves
    3 sets of SB routine (1) 600lbs, (2) 490lbs
    60 second stretch

    leaving for myrtle beach tomorrow, talk to ya'll on monday evening most likely, back in the gym tuesday.
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    straight bar curls
    75 x 8
    105 x 4
    145 x 8 PR
    110 x 20 PR (rest pause at 12 and 17)
    60 second stretch

    After reading this, it made me feel better about my curls...


    Cept I wasn't going to count the 145....


    ~Mk
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    pic from the beach
    Last edited by Beelzebub; 07-11-2006 at 11:05 AM.
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    Scary lookin mother****er.
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    So.. which one are you again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brickt.
    So.. which one are you again?
    the geek in the gray shirt with the knee socks, lol.
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    I dont know Bee... I like the angle of the camera in your squat vid.... it shows off your assets so...candidly
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    why thank you, i do work out.
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    No really.... I had no idea
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    Woot. Someone's starting to look like a powerlifter

    Edit: woot, is that an inzer shirt?! where are your chucks though man??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    pic from the beach
    Cute girl you got there.

    and, you look pretty good to...
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    Quote Originally Posted by exnihilo
    Woot. Someone's starting to look like a powerlifter

    Edit: woot, is that an inzer shirt?! where are your chucks though man??
    i wore chucks the first day. not optimal for long walks down the boulevard, so i soon changed. and yeah, that's an inzer shirt. those camo shirts are the most comfortable ones i have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poobah
    Cute girl you got there.

    and, you look pretty good to...
    thanks

    in both accounts
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    6/6/06 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    battling the preliminary stages of a nasty cold and just coming back from vacation, so i have a couple cards stacked against me at the moment. nevertheless, a good workout.

    flat bench (index on ring, elbows flared)
    bar x 30
    (2) 135 x 15
    185 x 10
    230 x 24 PR (guess the higher rep scheme is starting to come together)
    230 x 16
    90 second stretch with 95's

    BTN smith
    135 x 10
    225 x 17 PR
    60 second stretch

    reverse grip flat bench smith (first time ever)
    135 x 10 (index on ring)
    225 x 16 (index on ring)
    225 x 14 (couple inches in)
    135 x 15 (couples inches past the ring)
    60 second stretch with 55's

    thoughts on where the best location is for hands on reverse grip?

    hammer pulldowns, palms in, emphasis on lats(first time ever)
    90 x 10
    180 x 10
    270 x 10
    60 second stretch

    GM's
    135 x 10
    225 x 8
    275 x 3
    belt
    345 x 10 PR (9 pretties, 1 ugly)

    20 mins cardio
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    6/8 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves
    still battling a cold.....

    leg press
    rack x 20
    200 x 10
    400 x 10
    690 x 8
    960 x 3
    wraps
    1445 x 7 PR (fail on 8)
    90 second stretch

    lying leg curls
    100 x 8
    180 x 5
    270 x 10 PR
    60 second stretch

    behind back barbell forearm curls
    185 x 23 PR
    185 x 12

    rope curls
    100 x 20
    150 x 10
    200 x 5
    280 x 14 PR (rest pause after 8 and 11)
    60 second stretch

    standing calves
    5 sets of 10

    crunches on decline bench
    125lbs dumbbell x 20 PR

    20 mins cardio
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    Notice you have been regularly including 20 min cardio at the tail of your sessions. Have you noticed any diff in your training, health or overall state of being from this?
    Recent log:http://anabolicminds.com/forum/supplement-reviews-logs/213350-lean-efx-refined.html
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    we'll see in 3 weeks. getting bloodwork done. the only factors that have changed from last bloodwork was cardio and flax oil, that was about 3 months ago. it wasn't bad but my HDL was a tad low and LDL was above average.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
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    second from the left? jesus you've gotten big! (must be synthol...)

    :bb:
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwyckemynd00
    second from the left? jesus you've gotten big! (must be synthol...)

    :bb:
    not yet. if my calves give me any more lip though.........
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    6/9 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    hammer iso-wide
    90 x 20
    180 x 10
    270 x 10
    360 x 8
    470 x 20 PR (rest pause after 12 and 16)
    90 second stretch with 95's

    hammer military
    90 x 10
    180 x 3
    270 x 3
    410 x 3 PR (wrist turned on the bottom of 2, and screwed my head up, probably would have gotten 4 if it wasn't for that).
    60 second stretch

    straight bar pressdowns
    100 x 20
    120 x 10
    150 x 10
    200 x 3
    240 x 3
    300 x 10
    60 second stretch with 55's

    rack chins
    BW x 6
    add 270lbs x 9 PR
    add 135 x 14
    60 second stretch

    hypers
    90lbs x 20 PR

    no cardio, back was too pumped from hypers.

    5 out of 5, take that chuck norris.
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    I see you consider Good AM's as a lower back exercise, rather than a ham exercise (I do too) Does the same bear true for SLDL/RDL's?
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    i think RDL's and GM's are damn near identical. more emphasis on back but my hamstrings definately get a workout too, they're always sore the following day.
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    Beelzie, I have to say something about that pic b/c you are hilarious. Even though their faces are blacked out I can tell everybody else in the pic has a big smile on their face, looking normal. And then you look like you are about to beat the cameraman to a pulp and eat his face.
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    Nah. Beelz is the biggest teddy bear in satan's army. Don't let the harsh, mean exterior fool you... Under all that there's a sensitive, intelligent, good hearted young man
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    Quote Originally Posted by exnihilo
    Nah. Beelz is the biggest teddy bear in satan's army. Don't let the harsh, mean exterior fool you... Under all that there's a sensitive, intelligent, good hearted young man
    I know. It's because he ate some poor, intelligent, sensitive young man's heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier
    Beelzie, I have to say something about that pic b/c you are hilarious. Even though their faces are blacked out I can tell everybody else in the pic has a big smile on their face, looking normal. And then you look like you are about to beat the cameraman to a pulp and eat his face.
    just had a huge meal, was experiencing gas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exnihilo
    Nah. Beelz is the biggest teddy bear in satan's army. Don't let the harsh, mean exterior fool you... Under all that there's a sensitive, intelligent, good hearted young man
    like a good buddy of mine once said when someone described him as a big cuddly bear:
    "true, but even a koala bear will **** you up if you rub him the wrong way."
  

  
 

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