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    6/26 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves
    hack squats
    rack x 20
    90 x 10
    180 x 10
    360 x 8
    540 x 3
    630 x 3
    wraps
    950 x 3 PR
    90 second stretch

    hammer leg curls
    45 x 10
    90 x 3
    135 x 16 PR
    60 second stretch

    dumbbell wrist raises
    35's x 22 PR

    straight bar curls
    bar x 10
    75 x 6
    115 x 3
    155 x 5 PR
    115 x 21 (rest pause after 12 and 16)
    70 second stretch

    donkey calves
    200 x 15
    (4) 400 x 15
    60 second stretch

    got called in to work, no cardio.

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    you stole my donkey calf routine... even the weight I use.

    Only makes sense to go from SB's routine to Ubi's Calf lover routine.

    You know what I've been doing for Hack Squats lately Beez? I've been doing them facing the pad.. kind of been doing this to sub for squats lately as I have screwed my back again with DL's. I don't know if you've tried this or not yet.. maybe you have.
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    I was thinking e-harmony, but .... whatever.

    Hey, by the way, my sister is still available. She's 5'12, 146 pounds, works out at the gym like a maniac.

    All kidding aside, this is a great log.

    Keep up the great work, Beelze!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiquitous
    you stole my donkey calf routine... even the weight I use.

    Only makes sense to go from SB's routine to Ubi's Calf lover routine.

    You know what I've been doing for Hack Squats lately Beez? I've been doing them facing the pad.. kind of been doing this to sub for squats lately as I have screwed my back again with DL's. I don't know if you've tried this or not yet.. maybe you have.
    How does that feel on your back-Doesn't look like it would be very good for your back or neck- Just curious Ubi. I've never tried it but seen it done.
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    It's less of a stress on your back if you are conscious of it.. keeping it straight (well, not straight, but you know..) and holding your breath as always. It's actually kind of good if you concentrate on tucking your hips in and feeling how much you can manipulate isolating your quads in the movement. But funny that you ask about my neck.. it kind of hurts today, for the first time.. immediately after doing them... ironic. Anyways...
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    no, i've never turned around backwards in the hack squat machine, lol. it sounds ridiculous as i type it. i don't think ours will allow that, especially with the feet placement i use. we do have a different sort of hack machine in the corner though that i've never used that will allow you do turn around in it. i'll probably end up using it at some point. most likely when i can't find any heavier people to put on top the leg press.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiquitous
    It's less of a stress on your back if you are conscious of it.. keeping it straight (well, not straight, but you know..) and holding your breath as always. It's actually kind of good if you concentrate on tucking your hips in and feeling how much you can manipulate isolating your quads in the movement. But funny that you ask about my neck.. it kind of hurts today, for the first time.. immediately after doing them... ironic. Anyways...
    Hmmm...I could tell that your neck would hurt today-that's why I said that-you see I am physic!! Good luck and be careful with the neck-it's pretty important.
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    6/27 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    flat bench (index on rings)
    bar x 20
    (2) 135 x 15
    185 x 10
    245 x 27 PR
    245 x 16
    90 second stretch with 100's

    BTN smith
    135 x 10
    185 x 3
    245 x 18 PR
    60 second stretch

    reverse grip bench press on smith (pinkies on rings)
    135 x 10
    185 x 3
    245 x 22 PR
    245 x 20
    80 second stretch with 60's

    hammer pulldowns (palms in)
    180 x 10
    360 x 8 PR
    60 second stretch

    good mornings
    135 x 10
    225 x 5
    275 x 1
    belt
    365 x 8 PR

    20 mins cardio

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    look at you back to the bench again
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    for about 4 workouts now actually. goal is to hit 315 x 20. i figure the high rep **** won't kill my pec......hopefully.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    for about 4 workouts now actually. goal is to hit 315 x 20. i figure the high rep **** won't kill my pec......hopefully.

    it shoudlnt, all the big guys who hurt themself end up doing high reps
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    *taps his fingers together* excellent excellent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub

    5 for 5

    green smilie machine man, damn impressive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    *taps his fingers together* excellent excellent
    Glad to see you benching Beeze!
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    I'm not glad.. I don't want to see my little Beezie get hurt.
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    So, I think after this log we can conclude that this silly high frequency, high intensity, low volume stuff doesn't work for beans.

    *whew* glad we can put that to rest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwyckemynd00
    So, I think after this log we can conclude that this silly high frequency, high intensity, low volume stuff doesn't work for beans.

    *whew* glad we can put that to rest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiquitous
    I don't want to see my little Beezie get hurt.
    So THAT's what your callin it now. I love pet names.
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    I think Beelz should rethink his trianing and start from scratch with something that actually works. This is getting to be bornerline pathetic with those messed up results.
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    I was thinking Pilates, or maybe a Spinning class.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jayhawkk
    I think Beelz should rethink his trianing and start from scratch with something that actually works. This is getting to be bornerline pathetic with those messed up results.
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    as long as you don't burn Yoga, we're cool.

    Burn Yoga, you die.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiquitous
    as long as you don't burn Yoga, we're cool.

    Burn Yoga, you die.
    Yeah, I can tell you get a lot of practice in downward facing dog
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    Hey, it's like extreme stretching for pillowbiters... right?
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    Ubiquitous love the avatar everytime i look at it i can't stop laughing, LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHAPS
    Ubiquitous love the avatar everytime i look at it i can't stop laughing, LOL.
    That is a picture of Ubi 5 years ago before he started lifting.
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    I thought it was pre-yoga-rt days....


    (ps. I am not knockin yogart... it hurt...)
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    what did you do with yogurt? freak.

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    Yogart has the SWARTZZZZZ!

    (I used it for core strength when I road bikes) them ladies can break you in half...
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    6/29 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/callves
    leg press
    rack x 20
    200 x 10
    400 x 8
    690 x 3
    960 x 3
    wraps
    1450 x 8 PR (fail on 9)
    90 second stretch

    lying leg curls
    100 x 10
    200 x 3
    290 x 8 PR
    60 second stretch

    barbell behind the back forearm curls
    205 x 17 PR
    135 x 23
    60 second stretch

    rope curls
    100 x 10
    150 x 10
    200 x 3
    280 x 18 PR (rest pause after 10 and 14)
    90 second stretch

    standing calf raises
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    (4) 320 x 12
    60 second stretch
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    Big ass SOB! God damn brother. And I thought I was badass leg pressing 1000+. Thanks for drop kicking me back to reality. Some day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by natedogg
    Big ass SOB! God damn brother. And I thought I was badass leg pressing 1000+. Thanks for drop kicking me back to reality. Some day.
    Hi...who are you?

    You're doing a horrible job impersonating that @sshole natedogg...anyway, welcome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by natedogg
    Big ass SOB! God damn brother. And I thought I was badass leg pressing 1000+. Thanks for drop kicking me back to reality. Some day.
    leg press doesn't mean **** to me. it's just another leg movement that's in the way before i get back to squats. it has it's use though.

    i'm coming for you pat robertson. :bb2:
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    Man I miss the drop kick.. We need to bring that baby back.

    Yes Beez, so far the use for the leg press is to give your training partners a fun ride on the Sled.. looking at your twig and berries through your shorts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    leg press doesn't mean **** to me. it's just another leg movement that's in the way before i get back to squats. it has it's use though.

    i'm coming for you pat robertson. :bb2:
    Yeah yeah, acting all nonchalant about a 1500 pound leg press. Frickin' tough guy. Kwyckmynd? I thought that guy checked himself into a leper colony or something. He also gave the best head ever. I miss those days.
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    6/30 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    hammer iso-wide
    (2) 90 x 20
    180 x 10
    270 x 10
    360 x 10
    490 x 21 PR (rest pause after 14 and 18)
    95 second stretch with 100's

    barbell upright rows
    85 x 10
    105 x 10
    135 x 3
    185 x 10 PR
    135 x 17
    60 second stretch

    straight bar pressdowns
    100 x 20
    150 x 10
    200 x 10
    240 x 5
    310 x 11 PR
    immediate drop to 150 x 20
    60 second stretch

    BTN lat pulldowns, 1st time ever (replaced rack chins, TP's have failed to show up for the past 3 sessions)
    150 x 10
    200 x 10
    220 x 14
    immediate drop to 150 x 10
    60 second stretch

    rack deads-top of knee level (reset at bottom of each rep)
    225 x 6
    405 x 3
    straps/belt
    635 x 10 (good control of these, but no PR)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    6/30 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    hammer iso-wide
    (2) 90 x 20
    180 x 10
    270 x 10
    360 x 10
    490 x 21 PR (rest pause after 14 and 18)
    95 second stretch with 100's

    barbell upright rows
    85 x 10
    105 x 10
    135 x 3
    185 x 10 PR
    135 x 17
    60 second stretch

    straight bar pressdowns
    100 x 20
    150 x 10
    200 x 10
    240 x 5
    310 x 11 PR
    immediate drop to 150 x 20
    60 second stretch

    BTN lat pulldowns, 1st time ever (replaced rack chins, TP's have failed to show up for the past 3 sessions)
    150 x 10
    200 x 10
    220 x 14
    immediate drop to 150 x 10
    60 second stretch

    rack deads-top of knee level (reset at bottom of each rep)
    225 x 6
    405 x 3
    straps/belt
    635 x 10 (good control of these, but no PR)

    That is weird you mentioned the knee level Beelze. I was just going to ask you about that today. I lift from right in the middle of my knee and was just going to see if you thought that was low enough.
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    how wide do you go on the hammer machines?. I've been going about 2 inches in from the handle because i have weak cleavage, but hell i'd rather pile on some more weight and go wider.

    Also, how do you bench? Arched? Do you tuck or flare your elbows? I'm trying to figure my benching out because I think whatever way I was doing it before was aggrivating my rotator cuff.
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    mullet, middle of knee is preferable but my rack doesn't have the right set up. hell, i have to put 45's under my feet just to reach top of knee level.

    ktw, i usually have my thumb tip in line with the end of the handle, so we're right about in the same area. as for my flat bench nowadays, being that i won't go below 20 reps, my elbows are flared and my back is flat. i've had too many injuries on flat bench going heavy, gotta learn eventually. as for your rotator cuff, where are you bringing the bar to? what level at your chest?
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