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    Quote Originally Posted by PumpingIron View Post
    Yea, i get those cramps a lot. i just lie on my back for a minute and it will subside. then it comes back right after my next set.
    first for me.
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    One more day of light work!! Can’t wait to lift heavy again!

    BW upon waking 242.8 :-(

    Speed Bench (4 diff grips all super close grip)
    50x12
    140x12
    245x3x3x3x3x3x3x3 w/20-30 seconds between sets

    Dumbbell Military Press
    50x12
    65x12
    85x12
    105x11 YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
    Need to incline seat as I kept sliding…and although embarrasing weight i was happy as I have not done these for approx 2 years.

    Lying Dumbbell extensions
    30x12
    45x12x12x12

    Hammer Curls (non alternating)
    45x12x12
    50x12x12

    that’s all.
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    you're nuts man.

    light day my ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PumpingIron View Post
    you're nuts man.

    light day my ass.
    aw come on man. as soon as it got hard i didn't even push it and dropped the wieghts. an 10+ rep DB work is not very taxing on CNS.

    i've been somewhat good this week. heaviest ive gone on upper body as 245 and 410 for squats.

    i'll be primed and ready for next week!

    buts yes.......I'm Nuts.....there is no denying that.
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    If you say so. I understand what you are saying, but thats still more than I can lift.
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    This will be my training cycle for next 6 weeks starting on monday. It’s a 3 week cycle that repeats itself twice. All the empty spaces are for entering data when lifting.

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    Today almost brought the suck and I didn’t even know what I was going to do until the weights were on the bar. Last minute my training partners dropped which automatically cut out some lifts I had planned…. then as I’m walking out the door at work I got caught and ended up spending an hour doing some life coaching with a struggling team member (just a little draining).

    Well, may not have been the best choice as I’m going to spend the weekend bent over ripping out the floors in the upstairs of my house…but I needed to get a quick workout in and loosen up my inner thighs, which were a little sore from Tuesday.

    BW upon waking 244.8

    Sumo Deadlift - belt and straps for last set only.
    50x12
    140x3x3x3
    230x3x3
    320x3
    410x3
    500x17 YouTube - Deadlift 500x17
    Feet kept sliding and I dropped it on my toes like 3 times. AHHH! Talk about distracting.

    Did a couple conventional pulls @500 afterwards and tried to do a double overhand with no straps but I was shot by this point.

    Bent over Dumbbell Laterals (strict)
    30x12
    45x12
    50x12x12x12

    Short and sweet…and the end of Repetition Week!
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    BW upon waking 243.8

    Close Grip Bench
    50x12x12
    140x6
    210x3
    280x3
    350x3
    410x5 [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47844AiQ6UM"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]
    440x3 [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RC7R0Ql4afE"]YouTube - CG Bench 440x3[/ame]

    Board Presses (shirted)
    3bd 500x3
    2bd 570x3 [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axX_7uk8o6c"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]
    board presses felt real good tonight and I’m sure I had a lot more…but patience it will happen in due time.

    Rack Lockouts – Holding bar at lockout for 3 count on each rep
    500x5
    550x5
    600x3

    Supra Pressdowns
    100x12
    125x8x10x12x10x10

    I’m cutting out a lot of the band tension on assistance exercises that is normally seen over the next 6 weeks.
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    Yeah Baby! I’ll buy a round of PR’s for the House!

    BW upon waking 244.0

    Raw Box Squats (17” box)
    50x12x12
    140x6
    230x3
    320x3
    410x3 belt on
    500x3
    570x3
    620x3
    650x1 first was easy but I just didn’t keep it tight for the second.
    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTji22fzz7k"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]

    Suited Squats…just getting used to suit for depth
    640x1
    700x1 [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDym7e_YUf0"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]
    wasn’t entirely happy with form but its better. And that is the most I can safely load on the bar till my new Texas Squat bar arrives.

    Back Raises
    #4 band x20x20 [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5a981mHCQM"]YouTube - Back Raises #4 band[/ame]
    last rep or two was pretty weak

    Reverse Hyper (set of #2 bands on all sets)
    25x12
    75x12x12x12

    Standing band Crunches
    #3 band x20x20x20x20
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    updated highlights page. first post in this log
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    BW upon waking 245.0

    Speed Bench (155lbs in bands)
    Warmup then
    265x3x3x3x3x3x3x3x3 w/20 seconds rest between sets
    last set [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfl06joc3lU"]YouTube - Speed Bench 7/5[/ame]

    Dumbbell Military presses
    65x8
    85x8
    115x9 [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhLUOqAFKPw"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]
    need to double up on the spring clamps next time!

    Skull Crushers
    80x16
    130x12x12x12

    Front Raises
    #1 band x12x12x12x12x12

    Hammer Curls – non alternating
    45x12x12x12x12x12

    Last two exercises were supersets
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabuki View Post
    BW upon waking 245.0

    Speed Bench (155lbs in bands)
    Warmup then
    265x3x3x3x3x3x3x3x3 w/20 seconds rest between sets
    last set http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfl06joc3lU

    Dumbbell Military presses
    65x8
    85x8
    115x9 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhLUOqAFKPw
    need to double up on the spring clamps next time!

    Skull Crushers
    80x16
    130x12x12x12

    Front Raises
    #1 band x12x12x12x12x12

    Hammer Curls – non alternating
    45x12x12x12x12x12

    Last two exercises were supersets
    Love the ending on those military's ....

    As always bro --- your lifts are just sick...keep it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bLacKjAck. View Post
    Love the ending on those military's ....

    As always bro --- your lifts are just sick...keep it up!
    that was my first time using those DB as i just bought them so had something to learn.

    I was happy with the set as its my second week of doing these now...in like 1-2 years since i incorperated them last.

    Also had some new wrist wraps today...right as i was loading the DB's for that set the wife came down stairs with a FedEx delivery which had my ATP ZRV-Pro Wrist and Knee wraps...i couldn't help myself from testing them out.

    They are the BOMB!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabuki View Post
    that was my first time using those DB as i just bought them so had something to learn.

    I was happy with the set as its my second week of doing these now...in like 1-2 years since i incorperated them last.

    Also had some new wrist wraps today...right as i was loading the DB's for that set the wife came down stairs with a FedEx delivery which had my ATP ZRV-Pro Wrist and Knee wraps...i couldn't help myself from testing them out.

    They are the BOMB!!!
    glad you enjoyed them and got some new goodies. jesus i cannot wait to shoulder press 100lbs or more
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    You are absolutely amazing. You should be proud of your incredible internal fortitude. I'm blown away by your strength.
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    Sorry to hear about the break in but seriously talk to people about a replacement door with Lever 3 point hook bolting my father has one of these on his house in England. This door is vicious. You basically lift the door handle ( lever ) to lock and two hooks top and bottom hook into the frame as well as your regular deadbolt in the middle. It's freaking awesome.

    Keep up the good lifts bro!@
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    thanks. sounds like a killer door. we already have a new one on order.

    i think just putting a sign by the back door stating the house has an alarm...and then actually setting the alarm should do the trick.
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    Nice pics in the other thread btw, don't put yourself down either, alot of people would be happy for a physique like that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by neoborn View Post
    Nice pics in the other thread btw, don't put yourself down either, alot of people would be happy for a physique like that!
    yeah...but being a cocky bastard isn't a good trait either

    Thanks for the comments.

    i'm happy with were i'm at (in a sense) as i'm at my desired bodyweight. I plan on recomping from here as I put on more lean mass. I would like to be 250lbs @ 10%...that would be hella competive amount of muscle to deal with in 242class.

    weigh ins are typically the night prior so dropping 8lbs of water and rehydrating back to 252 for competition. :bruce3:
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    congrats on the pr's U da man
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    now I see why you recommended those hampton DB handles to me.. you want to kill me.

    well it's not going to be that easy Kabuki.... not that easy at all...
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    Speed Squats (140lbs bands) off a 15” box
    Warmup then
    420x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2 w/20-40 seconds rest between
    I may have done 12 sets..lost count

    Band Resisted Bench Setups – 3 second pause on chest on each one
    X5x5x5

    Rack Pulls from knee
    500x3
    590x3
    680x5 [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbI_jbrTEgo"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]
    easy but I couldn’t load the bar any heavier safely.

    Face Pulls
    75x12x12x12

    short workout and different than planned as I was leaving town afterwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiquitous View Post
    now I see why you recommended those hampton DB handles to me.. you want to kill me.

    well it's not going to be that easy Kabuki.... not that easy at all...
    he.he.

    i used some small spring clamps. next time i'll use better clamps and double up on them. shouldn't be an issue.
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    BW upon waking 244.8

    Reverse Grip Bench
    50x12
    140x6
    210x3
    280x3
    350x3
    420x3 [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVyTzP4OC2E"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]
    450x1
    shoulders slipped up the bench on 2nd rep of 450. 420 was easy as shown in vid

    Board Presses
    520x3 off 3 board
    570x3 off 2 board
    600x2 off 2 board
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bijbm42YF6w"]YouTube - 2 Board Presses 570x3, 600x2[/ame]

    Rack Lockouts – 3 holdout cont on extension
    500x5 close grip
    570x5 narrow grip
    620x4 comp grip

    Rope Press downs
    75x10x10x10x10

    Hammer Curls – non alternating
    50x12x12x12x12
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    BW upon waking 244.8

    Box Squats (15”) with 150lbs in chain
    50x6
    200x6
    270x3
    340x3
    410x3
    480x3
    560x3
    610x3
    660x3
    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TG8S61BV2zQ"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]
    This is 2” deeper than the raw box squats I did last week. A 10lbs PR over what I hit last month. Weather the camera shows it or not this is slightly below parallel.

    Seated Good Mornings
    280x6
    410x6
    460x8 [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTNVfEuoha0"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]
    Previous best 410x12

    Back Raises
    #4 band x20x14

    Pull Thru’s
    #4 band x12x15

    Standing Crunches
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    Nice 'buki.. that's a hell of a PR.

    parallel schmarallel..

    Actually ...a person who's 5'9" has an easier time hitting parallel than a 6'3" person.. god damn it. I'll keep telling myself that.

    I'm going to start using a wider stance to make it easier to hit parallel though.. along with a god damn box.

    A source of inspiration as always my friend.
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    Chin in, elbows down, drive those knees out, sit back into the hole. keep it tight.

    thats all

    it will be easier to hit depth with driving knees out, sitting back between our legs. First motion is with the hips.
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    Ubi..I'm sure you realize this now...but i don't think a lot of people realize how deep those squats really are compared to what most people THINK they are doing. you find there truly is a difference when your willing to step up and film the depth on your squats.
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    some good squat advice here for sure. as it is easily one of the hardest things to master
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabuki View Post
    Ubi..I'm sure you realize this now...but i don't think a lot of people realize how deep those squats really are compared to what most people THINK they are doing. you find there truly is a difference when your willing to step up and film the depth on your squats.
    I do gentle friend.. I do. I'm reviewing my Dave Tate squat index right now.

    ok not right, now, I'm watching simpsons.. but it's on my table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiquitous View Post
    I do gentle friend.. I do. I'm reviewing my Dave Tate squat index right now.

    ok not right, now, I'm watching simpsons.. but it's on my table.
    priorities, my friend...simpsons is always at the top of my list...july 27th, right?

    and damn ubi, 6'3...you tall bastard.


    Buki, good job with the squats.
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    BW upon waking 243.0

    Actually had a small glass of water first so I was even lighter.

    Speed Bench (155lbs bands)
    Warmup then
    275x3x3x3x3x3x3x3x3 w/20 seconds rest between sets

    Dumbbell Military Press
    45x12
    85x8
    125x8 [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zjdYFa_Wd4"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]
    Filmed it so you can see how I’m not strict with my form in the least bit.

    Skull Crushers
    80x16
    130x10x10x10

    DB Front Raises
    20x12x12x12

    Hammer Curls – non alternating
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    BW upon waking 244.6

    Short and sweet workout as it was started late

    Band Resisted Deadlifts
    Warmup with various tensions
    All working sets done with Two (2) sets of the Medium Green Bands
    320+bands x2
    390+bands x2
    480+bands x1 [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DIQosc1Nw8"]YouTube - Deadlift - Band Resisted[/ame]
    530+bands xmiss

    Rack Deads (below the knee) 2” deeper than last week
    500x3
    600x5

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    Hey kabuki, I didn't get any more vids, but I squatted and deadlifted barefoot....helluva difference. DL'd 385 for 12 singles, def. 30-45 seconds (or less) between the start of each pull. (may have been 13 or 14, sorta lost count but at least 12). On a separate day, squatted barefoot, hit 275 for 12 (straight set) below parallel. First time in months that squatting this heavy didn't hurt my knee. Could it be the lack of shoes, or the Cissus (PAL incarnate)...who knows??? But you are the man fo sho!
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    Quote Originally Posted by supersoldier View Post
    Hey kabuki, I didn't get any more vids, but I squatted and deadlifted barefoot....helluva difference. DL'd 385 for 12 singles, def. 30-45 seconds (or less) between the start of each pull. (may have been 13 or 14, sorta lost count but at least 12). On a separate day, squatted barefoot, hit 275 for 12 (straight set) below parallel. First time in months that squatting this heavy didn't hurt my knee. Could it be the lack of shoes, or the Cissus (PAL incarnate)...who knows??? But you are the man fo sho!
    not sure i think i felt a difference on the days i did barefoot aka socks on vs the days i normally wear sneakers. i keep forgetting but i really wanna get me some wrestling shoes
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    Quote Originally Posted by supersoldier View Post
    Hey kabuki, I didn't get any more vids, but I squatted and deadlifted barefoot....helluva difference. DL'd 385 for 12 singles, def. 30-45 seconds (or less) between the start of each pull. (may have been 13 or 14, sorta lost count but at least 12). On a separate day, squatted barefoot, hit 275 for 12 (straight set) below parallel. First time in months that squatting this heavy didn't hurt my knee. Could it be the lack of shoes, or the Cissus (PAL incarnate)...who knows??? But you are the man fo sho!
    glad i can help.

    Get some shoes ASAP for squating. you need the ankle support. chuck taylors work great, or a flat soled boot. Need to make sure the ankle is supported for heavy squats and ball of foot can't roll.

    barefoot for deads rocks. gets you closer to ground as well
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    Awesome workout tonight. Hit a couple all-time PR’s.

    BW upon waking 243.8

    First up was incline bench, which is one of my worst pressing exercises (relatively speaking), and I wasn’t expecting much anyway as I did heavy dumbbell Military’s Thursday night (125x8). So needless to say I was quite pleased with an all-time PR.

    Next up was benching with my shirt and this would be my first night doing a full bench in it in 1.5 years (last month I have been doing some 2&3 board presses in it getting used to feel of it again). My previous best was 605 after doing regular shirt work, so again quite pleased with the all time pr. The bench is a real slow decent which is not the norm for me but I wanted to be safe as it’s been a long time. Normally I drop it much quicker and get a bigger isometric reaction and a faster press than tonight, so both descent and press were both real slow.

    Incline Bench
    50x12
    140x6
    210x3
    230x3
    320x3
    360x3 [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsy4VoT8_20"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]
    390x2 [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdv2nPsDxNs"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]

    Bench (with shirt)
    520x1 off 3board
    590x1 off 2board
    620x1 off 1board [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0ZXwHVY36I"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]
    630x1 [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTjnQ2ESek4"]YouTube - Bench 630x1[/ame]

    Supra Press downs
    100x12
    125x12x12x12x12

    And GFK thanks for the bench shirt vid…that helped greatly when working with guys that have never seen a shirt before and need to put on one you.

    Quite Pleased! Esp after eating like crap and working in a hot attic sweating my ass off the whole weekend, doing remodel for the wife, (and yes Ubi I kept from falling through the ceiling again this weekend)
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    this man is not human !!! yeaaa budddy
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    **** yeah on the PR's Buki... **** is turbo mach 3 diesel.. the good gilette fusion mach 3 diesel... you know what I'm saying.

    Crazy strong.. You are going to be a force to contend with in the PL racket.

    The ceiling debacle is something I can empathize with... I break sh1t all the time.
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