Glen's training log (better than beelze's)

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  1. ahhh i'm a jackass that can't type .. i DO INCREASE the WEIGHT so i can hit the reps i want


  2. Quote Originally Posted by guyfromkop2
    actually he's down to about 284 now, going to compete in the 275s. and he's the guy who trains me

    and beelze, i died laughing when i saw that in your sig
    it's on his training log on MMI, in response to SB.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by spatch
    I noticed you had close grip reverse grip pull downs under "back width." Most people use this to hit lower/mid back

    try this with a reverse grip about shoulder width and focus on pulling with your lats .. it ABSOLUTELY KILLS my lats .. definitely my favorite lat exercise

  4. Quote Originally Posted by jminis
    Sounds good Glen, I'm thinking IGF would be great to run with a program like that when bulking while adding in a set or two for each exercise. Hmmmm
    if someone wants to send me some IGF i will GLADLY test this out

  5. Quote Originally Posted by glenihan
    ivy - just wanted to be sure it was in the same forum as beelze's so everyone could see how much better mine is
    Haha...and to think I thought you were trading in the banana hammock for some carharts.
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  6. banana hammocks are a way of life!

    see you in half an hour

  7. Glen.. Long time no chat.

    i just wanted you to know that I've been reading your Better then beelze's training log.

    Can't comment on who's actually better though, it's to close to call... If I had to make a choice, I'd have to say my log is best


  8. 4/12

    DB bench press
    105's - 10
    115's - 8
    120's - 6 (duct tape maybe in order)

    BB rows
    225 - 10
    245 - 8
    255 - 7

    close, reverse grip pull downs
    200 - 10
    210 - 8
    220 - 6

    skullcrushers
    115 - 10
    125 - 6
    130 - 5

    hammer strength military press
    2 plates - 10
    2 plates + 15 - 7
    2 plates + 25 - 4

    this was a great workout today .. i hit the upper rep range for almost every set (although i was really dying by the time i reached shoulders .. ivydude smoked me on those) .. but i'm very happy with how today went
  9. Question


    Quote Originally Posted by glenihan
    ...

    i hit each body part 3 times every 11 days
    Actually if you are working out MWF only you are hitting each body part 3 times every 14 days.

    If you don't take weekends off and go every other day, M, W, F, Su, T, Tr, Sa... then you'll be hitting each body part 3 times every 11 days.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by meowmeow
    Actually if you are working out MWF only you are hitting each body part 3 times every 14 days.

    If you don't take weekends off and go every other day, M, W, F, Su, T, Tr, Sa... then you'll be hitting each body part 3 times every 11 days.
    you're absolutely right

  11. Thank god no biceps today...Didn't feel the need to get shown up ridiculously with how I was feeling.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by glenihan
    you're absolutely right
    Actually I just started your routine for a bulking cycle while "on" but I am working out every other day so I hit each body part 3 times every 11 days.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by glenihan
    4/12

    DB bench press
    105's - 10
    115's - 8
    120's - 6 (duct tape maybe in order)

    BB rows
    225 - 10
    245 - 8
    255 - 7

    close, reverse grip pull downs
    200 - 10
    210 - 8
    220 - 6

    skullcrushers
    115 - 10
    125 - 6
    130 - 5

    hammer strength military press
    2 plates - 10
    2 plates + 15 - 7
    2 plates + 25 - 4

    this was a great workout today .. i hit the upper rep range for almost every set (although i was really dying by the time i reached shoulders .. ivydude smoked me on those) .. but i'm very happy with how today went
    that's a gay ass workout right there

    those skull crushers are impressive, they absolutely tear my elbows to pieces.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by glenihan
    if someone wants to send me some IGF i will GLADLY test this out
    I wouldn't want to impose I guess I'll have to try this out myself

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    those skull crushers are impressive, they absolutely tear my elbows to pieces.
    oh they KILL my elbows but actually hurt the same with a warm up as it does with the heaviest weight i use

  16. I thought I was the only one with the elbow problem, why does that painful pinching occur? Hey Glen, by reverse grip do you mean palms facing towards or away from your body.

  17. palms facing towards

  18. Quote Originally Posted by glenihan
    oh they KILL my elbows but actually hurt the same with a warm up as it does with the heaviest weight i use
    same here, so i took em out for good. i couldn't even feel the muscle working anymore on em. i just felt intense elbow pain, figured that can't be good. smith CG's, tate presses, and straight bar pressdowns are my repetoire for now. skull crushers can suck my left one.

  19. Hey Glen, just out of curiosity, what made you decide to increase rest and subsequent weight? One of the things I really like about this workout (esp while cutting) is how it keeps my heartrate up since I am spending more time under tension than resting.


    I just want to add for anyone skeptical of the effectiveness of this style workout: you gotta try it before discounting it. I wish I would have started this ages ago. By going 2 days on and one day off I am hitting every bodypart 3x in 8 days and only spending 45 minutes on each workout.
    Recent log:http://anabolicminds.com/forum/supplement-reviews-logs/213350-lean-efx-refined.html

  20. just decided to change it up a bit .. no real reason

  21. That's profound.
    Recent log:http://anabolicminds.com/forum/supplement-reviews-logs/213350-lean-efx-refined.html

  22. Just wondering, does anyone use this type of training while off cycle and if so, how is recovery and results? I'm scared of going towards failure from all my readings of waterbury etc., but it seems like an interesting way to train.

  23. yes i used if for 4-5 months while off .. the results obviously weren't as great but i never had a problem with recovery ..did basically the same thing and took a week break every 8 weeks ... my favorite way to train regardless

  24. So in other words there were results while off, just slowed due to the absence of AAS? As you know I've been trying to create my own routine for some time and I tried the high frequency this week but it absolutely burned me out so this is on my list of options.

  25. exactly and the results off were the best results i had while off as compared to other training routines .. of course diet plays a very large role in that
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