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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    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."
    that quote is amazing...

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    Yeah but you'll be thinking to yourself the whole time..I'm getting my ass kicked by this cute big ole teddy bear. And you limp away with broke ribs and a warm fuzzy in your stomach.

    Koala bears are cool!
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    5/12 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves
    squats
    (2) 135 x 10
    225 x 5
    315 x 3
    belt
    405 x 1
    belt/wraps
    465 x 8 PR (fail on 9, was expecting at least 10 but oh well)
    90 second stretch

    RDL's
    135 x 3
    225 x 3
    315 x 3
    405 x 1
    belt
    485 x 5 PR
    60 second stretch

    dumbbell wrist curls
    65's x 12 PR
    50's x 14
    60 second stretch

    standing alt dumb curls
    35's x 8
    50's x 5
    65's x 20 (rest pause after 11 and 15)
    60 second stretch

    seated calf raises
    90 x 10
    (5) 180 x 10

    20 mins cardio
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    not yet. if my calves give me any more lip though.........
    Calves, what calves?
    Last edited by kwyckemynd00; 06-13-2006 at 05:01 AM.
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    precisely
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    Looks like you're stickin' pretty strict to the one working set rule... are you doing' the 3 day or 4 day program?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobo
    Hey! I made a damn forum for you guys!!!





    That wasnt because you like them, that was so you could keep them out of the rest of the forums
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwyckemynd00
    Looks like you're stickin' pretty strict to the one working set rule... are you doing' the 3 day or 4 day program?
    most of the time, occasionally i'll drop the weight and do a burnout if i get a wild hair up my ass. i do a m/t/t/f split where each muscle group is worked twice a week.
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    6/13 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    hammer decline
    (2) 90 x 20
    180 x 10
    270 x 10
    360 x 8
    470 x 28 PR (rest pause after 19 and 24)
    60 second stretch with 100's

    military barbell
    135 x 10
    185 x 3
    235 x 15 PR
    60 second stretch

    smith CGBP
    135 x 10
    225 x 10
    325 x 8 PR
    225 x 18
    60 second stretch with 55's

    wide d-handle pulldowns TUT 2/2
    150 x 10
    200 x 5
    250 x 20 PR (rest pause after 13 and 17)

    hammer low rows
    90 x 10
    180 x 10
    360 x 15 PR

    weighted crunches on decline
    125's x 22 PR

    20 mins cardio

    6 out of 6, kinda makes up for my disappointment yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    most of the time, occasionally i'll drop the weight and do a burnout if i get a wild hair up my ass. i do a m/t/t/f split where each muscle group is worked twice a week.
    Nice...I'm doing somet hing similar, but not calling it DC :d

    m,t,th,f and i hit each bp with about 3-4 sets and thats it. I've been back in the gym two weeks after a long, long,long layoff with only a few short visits back to the gym and my strength is up 20lbs on bench reps (no supps), so I'm coming back faster than anticipated even with the diet being sub-par. I think frequency is a big factor in training.

    Well, off to train a client. See ya :clean:
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    Something i just thought about, is DC basically more frequent and glorified HIT?
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    I was thinking that DC really isn't that different than Body-For-Life, which was my intro to bodybuilding. Only real difference I see is that the warmup sets are a bit more intensive so that with BFL there is more than just 1 work set. Of course, the stretching, rest-pausing, etc makes DC a bit tougher, but still similar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    most of the time, occasionally i'll drop the weight and do a burnout if i get a wild hair up my ass.
    Is this like a camel spider -- a.k.a Nate?
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    we've got to find a new victim, it's not as fun when nate isn't around to defend himself. glen and ubi have left too. who's next???
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    6/15 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves
    computer has been ****ing up lately, couldn't stay on for more than 3 seconds yesterday.

    hack squats
    rack x 20
    90 x 10
    180 x 10
    360 x 6
    540 x 3
    wraps
    900 x 5 PR of 40lbs
    90 second stretch

    hammer leg curls
    45 x 10
    90 x 3
    135 x 15
    60 second stretch

    dumbbell wrist raises
    35's x 20 PR

    straight bar curls
    bar x 20
    75 x 6
    115 x 3
    155 x 3 PR
    115 x 21 PR (rest pause after 12 and 18)
    60 second stretch

    donkey calves
    5 sets of 15 with 400lbs (stack)
    60 second stretch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    we've got to find a new victim, it's not as fun when nate isn't around to defend himself. glen and ubi have left too. who's next???
    Drew still floats around... but he's almost too easy.

    Damn Beelze... nice PR's and a ish load of em too --- were you motivated last night or something?
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    i'm still irritated about the last squat session (even though it was a PR) so i've been compensating for it every way possible. good news is i figured out my problem though. not sure when i started it because i didn't used to do this, but lately i've been angling my feet out more, close to 45 degrees, whereas before they were hardly angled at all allowing me to sit back further. it's all good now though, problem solved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    i'm still irritated about the last squat session (even though it was a PR) so i've been compensating for it every way possible. good news is i figured out my problem though. not sure when i started it because i didn't used to do this, but lately i've been angling my feet out more, close to 45 degrees, whereas before they were hardly angled at all allowing me to sit back further. it's all good now though, problem solved.
    Nothing wrong with angling your feet out. It's actually useful for a lot of people to help them push their knees out. Practice pushing your ass back as far as possible, arching your back as much as possible, and pushing your knees out as much as possible. Your body should be like a slingshot, your hips are the area of greatest tension, and when you break parallel you let them "snap back" while pushing your chest and back up and keeping your knees pushed out.
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    true, but i've noticed i get more hip tension and glute involvement when i don't angle as much thereby making the squat that much easier, especially out of the hole. when my feet were ~45 degrees, i felt it more in my knees and quads. good for bb'ing, bad for big numbers. works for me anyway

    6/16 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    flat bench (index on rings)
    bar x 30
    135 x 20
    135 x 10
    185 x 10
    235 x 26 PR
    235 x 18
    70 second stretch

    BTN smith military
    135 x 10
    235 x 18 PR
    60 second stretch

    RGBP smith (pinkies on rings)
    135 x 10
    235 x 18 PR
    235 x 15
    60 second stretch

    hammer pulldowns (palms in)
    90 x 10
    180 x 10
    320 x 10 PR
    60 second stretch

    GM's
    135 x 10
    225 x 6
    275 x 3
    belt
    355 x 8 PR (form would have suffered if i pushed it any further)

    5 out of 5
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    you guys still do squats? Pssssshhh... Spinning classes is all you need fellas.

    Any of you people ever get strange pains and buzzing numbness in the distal biceps tendon/brach/elbow-pit area of your arms during any heavy pronated or hammer grip move? I've been encounterint it off and on lately, especially in regards to back training. Some say tennis elbow, some say distal biceps tendon problems... All I know is that it is aggravating and really screws up my following training days when I get it.
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    yes i get it, horribly and the only thing that works is using an ez bar
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    never had it but it sounds dangerously close to LHD.
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    never been to a doctor by the way, thats just from hands on experience.
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    what's LHD bumblebeezie?

    I actually only get it while enhanced.
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    i only get it after making drastic strength gains, like if i bulk and gain 10 or more lbs during that period, so that could semi be equated to being on
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiquitous
    what's LHD bumblebeezie?

    I actually only get it while enhanced.
    latent homosexuality disorder

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    beez, can you check my log to make sure i am doing everything correctly since i am trying to follow your program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    latent homosexuality disorder

    ... NOOOooooOooOooooOooooOooooOOOo ooo Mendooozzzaaaaa

    Wishful thinking much?

    check out my steel plate-like glutes.. looks like I even have rivets in them... **** yeah! **** YEAH.
    :good:
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    6/19 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves
    leg press
    rack x 20
    200 x 10
    400 x 10
    690 x 8
    960 x 3
    wraps
    1465 x 6 PR (fail on 7, i'm catchin' ya butterbean)
    90 second stretch

    lying leg curls
    100 x 10
    180 x 3
    280 x 8 PR
    60 second stretch

    behind back barbell forearms curls
    205 x 15
    135 x 30

    hammer grip rope curls
    100 x 10
    150 x 10
    200 x 3
    280 x 14 PR (RP after 8 and 11)
    60 second stretch

    standing calves
    200 x 10
    300 x 10
    400 x 10
    300 x 12
    300 x 10
    300 x 10
    60 second stretch

    20 mins cardio
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    1465 x 6 PR (fail on 7, i'm catchin' ya butterbean)
    Thats 32 45lb plates!!!!!
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    WOW!!!!!!! You "D" man!!!!!!! Mr. Power Pack
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    hey beezle I'm sorry I haven't been watching. But I'm subscribing now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beebs
    Thats 32 45lb plates!!!!!
    in actuality it was:
    (6) 100lbs plates
    (14) 45lbs plates
    (1) 235lbs male sitting on top

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    Quote Originally Posted by FitnFirm
    WOW!!!!!!! You "D" man!!!!!!! Mr. Power Pack
    Mr. Power Pack.......that has potential:bb2:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    in actuality it was:
    (6) 100lbs plates
    (14) 45lbs plates
    (1) 235lbs male sitting on top

    I would have been more impressed if that instead of the (6) 100 cakes, you used an adolescent low-land mountain gorilla (even better, that just recently ATE the 235lb male)...but hey, that's just me.
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    6/20 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    hammer iso-wide
    90 x 20
    180 x 10
    270 x 10
    360 x 8
    480 x 20 PR (rest pause after 13 and 17)
    90 second stretch with 100's

    barbell upright rows (haven't done these in years)
    80 x 10
    90 x 10
    100 x 10
    135 x 15 PR (last time i tried these, i was struggling for 1)
    185 x 6 PR
    60 second stretch

    straight bar cable pressdowns
    100 x 20
    150 x 10
    200 x 6
    240 x 3
    300 x 13 PR (up from 10)
    immediate drop to 150 x max
    60 second stretch with 60's

    rack chins (went down a bit to correct a form issue that i was developing)
    BW x 10
    add 135lbs x 15 PR (up from 12)
    wide grip pullups
    BW x 12
    60 second stretch

    rack deads - top of knee (replaced hypers)
    225 x 3
    405 x 3
    belt/straps
    585 x 11 PR

    20 mins cardio

    5 for 5
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    Jesus, youre such a *****. We need exercise reform obviously...start doing some snatches, they'll make you more manly.
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    damn beelze, that's a no joke workout right there
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    Good numbers man, you're a beast and lookin fairly lean in the arms in that db bench video. Just a question, are you still On right now? How many total cycles have you done to get where you're at?
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    I love upright rows They really made my shoulders grow. I suppose you could just use a volkswagon though, You are so strong and all
  

  
 

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