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    well, i resort to beez rule #1:

    1) don't fix what ain't broke.

    if you're getting bigger and stronger with your way, don't change it.

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    Well with all this talk about increasing the deadlift, I got a question. Anyone ever do full range of motiond deads on a slightly raised platform, say one or two plates thick. For me the hardest part is always just getting it off the floor and I am wondering if these could help that. Only problem is that by the time I would incorporate those, rack deads and deads it seems so spaced out and Im not sure how much of a benift they would be anyways. Anyone ever do em?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonschaffin
    Well with all this talk about increasing the deadlift, I got a question. Anyone ever do full range of motiond deads on a slightly raised platform, say one or two plates thick. For me the hardest part is always just getting it off the floor and I am wondering if these could help that. Only problem is that by the time I would incorporate those, rack deads and deads it seems so spaced out and Im not sure how much of a benift they would be anyways. Anyone ever do em?
    people do them all the time, especially off of 100lb plates, they're nice and thick
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonschaffin
    Well with all this talk about increasing the deadlift, I got a question. Anyone ever do full range of motiond deads on a slightly raised platform, say one or two plates thick. For me the hardest part is always just getting it off the floor and I am wondering if these could help that. Only problem is that by the time I would incorporate those, rack deads and deads it seems so spaced out and Im not sure how much of a benift they would be anyways. Anyone ever do em?

    yes, it's called deadlifting from a deficit.
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    3/6 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves
    leg press
    rack x 30
    200 x 20
    400 x 10
    600 x 3
    780 x 3
    wraps
    1050 x 18 PR
    90 second stretch

    lying leg curls
    100 x 10
    150 x 3
    235 x 12 PR
    60 second stretch

    behind back barbell forearm curls
    135 x 10
    185 x 3
    225 x 12 PR
    135 x 18

    dumbbell preacher (on straight down side)
    35's x 6
    45's x 3
    70's x 7 PR
    45's x 15
    60 second stretch

    seated calves
    2 sets DC calf-stretch routine 15 reps each
    60 second stretch
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    3/7 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    flat dumbbell
    (2) 40's x 15
    60's x 10
    80's x 6
    100's x 3
    125's x 3
    (2) TUT 165's x 6,5 PR (who needs bigger dumbbells when i've got ducttape, TUT was simply for safety reasons)
    75 second stretch with 90's

    hammer military press
    90 x 10
    180 x 3
    270 x 3
    380 x 4 (small spot on 4, got 3 clean last time so nothing new here)
    60 second stretch

    straight bar cable pressdowns
    100 x 15
    120 x 12
    150 x 10
    180 x 3
    240 x 14 PR
    150 x 24
    60 second stretch with 45's

    rack chins
    BW x 5
    BW + 135lbs x 10 PR (**** was sliding all over the place, looked kinda funny)

    deads (nobelt/nostraps)
    135 x 3
    225 x 3
    315 x 3
    405 x 1
    (2) 475 x 5 PR
    60 second stretch
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    Nice work Beelze, are you doing a 4 day split with the DC now? Like monday/thursday is an A workout and tues/fri is a B workout and just alternating through your exercise selection?
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    Damn Beez.. you're hitting PR's all the time.. looks like I'm going to have to start using a hybrid DC routine soon too.. son of a *****. lol

    it's just hard to break habit you know? But I think it's time. Nice work brother.
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    nate, yup, 4-day split. everyone advised against it but it's working fine. if i feel the need, i'll bump it down to the normal protocol, 3-day split.

    thanks ubi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    nate, yup, 4-day split. everyone advised against it but it's working fine. if i feel the need, i'll bump it down to the normal protocol, 3-day split.

    thanks ubi.
    Might hit up the 4 day split once I get to Texas. 3 months of prime lifting time right there.
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    sounds good, just be on the lookout for overtraining. a lot of guys get there real quick on the 4-day split. i wouldn't try it el naturale.
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    won't keep your CNS from burning out as you obviously know .. just watch for signs of it

    long live me
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    i'm wondering how you know when your CNS is burned out. i know when i need time off, just by how lifts are going and how i feel. that's the extent of my revelation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    i'm wondering how you know when your CNS is burned out. i know when i need time off, just by how lifts are going and how i feel. that's the extent of my revelation.
    Same here. So you don't incorporate rest pausing at all Beez?
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    no, if i were on the 3-day split, i probably would though. i'm just concentrating on improving by a few reps or few lbs here and there. there's no big jumps in strength for me anymore. not trying to toot my own horn, but i believe once you get to a certain strength level, all you can hope for is small increases. anything else could mean injury. JMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    no, if i were on the 3-day split, i probably would though. i'm just concentrating on improving by a few reps or few lbs here and there. there's no big jumps in strength for me anymore. not trying to toot my own horn, but i believe once you get to a certain strength level, all you can hope for is small increases. anything else could mean injury. JMO.
    I'll toot it for you. Toot!
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    lol, that's almost sig worthy
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    3/9 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves
    squats
    BW x 20
    (2) 135 x 6
    (2) 225 x 5
    315 x 3
    belt
    (2) 405 x 1
    belt/wraps
    515 x 5 PR
    couldn't stretch, due to unforeseen quad pain from an occurance 3 days ago

    SLDL
    135 x 6
    225 x 5
    315 x 3
    445 x 9 PR
    60 second stretch

    dumbbell wrist curls
    (2) 50's x 21, 14 PR (but it's a gay exercise, so no smiley)

    standing alt. dumbbell curls
    30's x 6
    45's x 3
    60's x 3
    80's x 6 PR (but in reality, it was too heavy. no swinging but i wasn't able to turn my palms up at the contraction, looked more like hammer curls)
    55's x 20 PR (rest pause at 16)
    75 second stretch

    standing calves
    2 sets DC calf killer
    60 second stretch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    SLDL
    135 x 6
    225 x 5
    315 x 3
    445 x 9 PR
    60 second stretch
    Have you tried the DC version of SLDL's? For example I'll start at 200 lbs, knock out 6 reps and add 10 pounds, knock out another 6 reps and so on. The only break you have between sets is the time it takes to reset the weight. You go until you can't get 6 reps.
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    nope, haven't tried it nor do i want to.

    thanks for playing.

    insert (2) coins to continue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    nope, haven't tried it nor do i want to.
    Didn't think so. It's takes a lot of stamina and endurance to do it. I even get winded and damn near pass out sometimes when I do it.
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    whatever works for ya brutha. i like lifting heavy, period.

    3/10 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    incline dumbbell (45 degree)
    (2) 40's x 10
    60's x 6
    80's x 3
    100's x 3
    145's x 10 PR
    80 second stretch with 90's

    seated military barbell (front, touch chin)
    135 x 10
    205 x 3
    275 x 5 PR
    60 second stretch (i get absolutely nothing out of this)

    CGBP smith (reduced weight to feel it work more vs. moving weight)
    135 x 10
    185 x 6
    245 x 15
    60 second stretch with 50's

    WIDE grip pulldowns
    150 x 10
    230 x 3
    310 x 8 PR

    dumbbell rows (supposed to be rack chins, but lower back felt funny from deads on tuesday)
    100's x 10
    145's x 9
    60 second stretch

    feel fried, aka damn near overtrained. it's time for a break yet again. been about 6 weeks, so i'm right on track for a week off. and it's spring break next week so it works out great, plenty of sleep time.
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    3/16 - quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves

    5 days off, felt good to be back

    hammer leg press (first time with this, replaced hack squats)
    90 x 15
    180 x 15
    270 x 10
    360 x 10
    450 x 20
    60 second stretch

    hammer leg curl
    45 x 10
    90 x 6
    150 x 12 PR
    60 second stretch

    dumbbell wrist raises
    (2) 30's x max

    straight barbell curl (elbows don't move, very strict)
    (2) 75 x 10
    125 x 9 PR
    85 x 20 PR (rest pause at 16)
    60 second stretch

    leg press calves
    warmups
    (4) 640 x max
    60 second stretch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    whatever works for ya brutha. i like lifting heavy, period.

    3/10 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back
    incline dumbbell (45 degree)
    (2) 40's x 10
    60's x 6
    80's x 3
    100's x 3
    145's x 10 PR
    80 second stretch with 90's

    seated military barbell (front, touch chin)
    135 x 10
    205 x 3
    275 x 5 PR
    60 second stretch (i get absolutely nothing out of this)

    CGBP smith (reduced weight to feel it work more vs. moving weight)
    135 x 10
    185 x 6
    245 x 15
    60 second stretch with 50's

    WIDE grip pulldowns
    150 x 10
    230 x 3
    310 x 8 PR

    dumbbell rows (supposed to be rack chins, but lower back felt funny from deads on tuesday)
    100's x 10
    145's x 9
    60 second stretch

    feel fried, aka damn near overtrained. it's time for a break yet again. been about 6 weeks, so i'm right on track for a week off. and it's spring break next week so it works out great, plenty of sleep time.
    145x10
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    3/17 - chest/shoulders/tri's/back

    incline barbell
    (2) 135 x 8
    (2) 225 x 3
    275 x 3
    365 x 2.3 PR
    70 second stretch with 90's

    military dumbbell
    40's x 10
    60's x 6
    80's x 5
    100's x 3
    135's x 2 (done with these, that's two weeks in a row that it's gotten weaker)

    BTN smith (bar down to ear level)
    135 x 10
    225 x 6
    275 x 6
    60 second stretch

    tate press
    35's x 10
    (2) 50's x 10, 8 PR
    60 second stretch

    WG chins (pullups)
    BW x 6
    (2) BW + 25lb'er x 8, 6 PR

    close grip cable rows
    150 x 8
    240 x 3
    345 x 8 PR
    60 second stretch
    Last edited by Beelzebub; 03-28-2006 at 09:48 PM.
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    Looks like your hitting a ton of PR's lately. Congrats.
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    thanks brutha. injuries are my only concern.
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    Great log Beelzebub. How's the pec feeling? Like LCSULLA said you are slaming out some PR's!! Keep it up man!
    My The 1 LOG: http://anabolicminds.com/forum/steroids/254164-my-one-log.html
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    He's only hitting PRs because I'm whispering in his ear "Daddy's going to make you hurt when you get home".

    works like a charm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiquitous
    He's only hitting PRs because I'm whispering in his ear "Daddy's going to make you hurt when you get home".

    works like a charm.
    I watch myself Ubiquitous; Beelz liks that sorta thing...at least thats what Nate told me.
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    a$$holes



    motivator, pec is fine, 110%. thanks for asking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    motivator, pec is fine, 110%. thanks for asking.
    It's good to hear that.
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    quads/hams/forearms/bi's/calves

    leg press
    rack x 20
    200 x 15
    400 x 10
    780 x 3
    960 x 3
    wraps
    1440 x 2 PR (it holds 1230, so i found a 210lb dude to sit on top, looked kinda funny)
    wraps off
    960 x 11
    90 second stretch

    lying leg curls
    100 x 10
    160 x 3
    245 x 9 PR
    60 second stretch

    behind back barbell forearm curls
    135 x 10
    225 x 12 (too heavy, full contraction was tough)
    135 x 20

    dumbbell preacher (on 90 degree side)
    30's x 10
    50's x 3
    70's x 8 PR
    50's x 8
    60 second stretch

    donkey calf - SB routine (leave it as that for now)
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    So HERE is your training log. Nice numbers bro. Climbing as usual.
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    hulagan WHO is that chick in your avatar?

    Beeleze - nice work man glad to see everything is well with the pec. You are one gigantic motherfu*cker

    BV
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    BV, that's hul's gf. no joke, that's his gf. you should see her now. getting ready for a fitness competition. you can only imagine.

    as for my numbers, as discussed, it's all fake. hulagn knows my true identity. i'm a carnie.
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    after your week off you'll be putting up even better numbers brotha .. should be fun
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    week off has come and gone brutha. that was yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigVrunga
    hulagan WHO is that chick in your avatar?

    Beeleze - nice work man glad to see everything is well with the pec. You are one gigantic motherfu*cker

    BV
    Yep, that's my girl. Doing her 1st comp in about 14 weeks.
    Beelze, stop frontin'. You know you are the man in the gym
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    took her pic away........bastard.

    as for the frontin', it's from another thread under general chat. 'video of beez gaining 10lbs' or something. apparently, there's a fellow VA guy that is confused by the legitimacy of the internet.
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