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    Arms:

    10 mins treadmill warm-up and stretching

    CGBP:
    155 x 10, 9, 8 *

    Hammer Curls (left):
    55 x 10, 10, 10 *

    Tricep Cable Push Down (left side assisted):
    150 x 11, 10, 10 w/drop 80 x 10, 40 x 10 *

    Preacher Machine Negatives Left Side (very very slow):
    35 x 9, 8, 8 *

    Tricep Extension Horizontal Deck Machine (left side assisted):
    110 x 12, 115x 12, 120 x 11, 8 *+

    Treadmill:
    20 mins medium intensity.

    * increase in weight or repetitions or both
    + new exercise
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.

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    Tuesday 07/07/08

    Shoulders

    10 mins treadmill warm-up and stretching

    One Arm Upright Cable Row Alternating R/L:
    120 x 12, 12, 12 *

    Seated Levered High Row:
    250 x 12, 11, 10 *

    Machine Lateral Delt Raise Alternating R/L:
    145 x 12, 10, 9 *

    DB Shrug Right Side Only:
    105 x 12, 12, 12 w/brop (bi lateral) - 45 x 15 *

    Arnold Press Left Side Only:
    45 x 10, 8, 6 w/drop 25 x 6 *

    Treadmill:
    20 mins low/med intensity treadmill cardio

    * increase in weight or repetitions or both
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.
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    Wednesday 07/09/08

    No weight training.

    Treadmill:
    45 mins med intensity treadmill cardio

    Dropped my son off at the airport. I had the most fun with him. I am going to miss him. We had so much banter and fun with each other.

    He has such a great sense of humor. "You know Dad, I just graduated High School" The play on words that he used with me was so funny.

    We saw several movies on DVD and at the theater. Hancock - Great. The Bucket List - Great!

    House of D (2004) was on cable. My wife captured it on DVR just based on the synopsis. I recommend it. I enjoyed it.

    Today, started some yard work and as usual there is so much that I put off I cannot get all the mess in the trash can. I have become smart enough to not clip and trim more than I can dispose of at one time. That means more to do.

    I plan on not working out again until Monday morning unless of course I get motivated to run some cardio. The surplus of overeating is paying off very well. I need to get some recovery to grow some. I will be dropping down my carb intake for the next several days to skim off some water weight and to keep from getting fat. I have AP/P-Slin and will continue to use the AP and all the others goodies as well. AP works real well at drawing my surplus water and glycogen into my LBM even when I do not eat much carbs and or workout. It really does dry me out nicely. So that is the plan.

    That is all.
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.

  4. Very good B! Glad you and your son had fun!!
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  5. Great to hear that you had a good time with your son brian!

    Keep up the good work my friend!

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  6. You should have seen Wall-E. Maybe I'm a sap, but I thought that movie was well-produced, and amazingly created genuine pathos (there is little dialogue in the movie).

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    You should have seen Wall-E. Maybe I'm a sap, but I thought that movie was well-produced, and amazingly created genuine pathos (there is little dialogue in the movie).

    Dude, I almost cried at Wall-E.

    Pathetic. I love cartoons!
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by motiv8er View Post
    Dude, I almost cried at Wall-E.

    Pathetic. I love cartoons!
    Awesome, I am glad somebody else owned up to it! I nearly did at the end, and for some strange reason am not ashamed to admit that.

    It was hilarious, because there was a group of three mid-teen boys seated behind my girlfriend and I the entire movie. At the beginning, they were usual mid-teen boys: cackling and wise-cracking to hide their emotions. By the end of the movie, each time something happened I would hear, "Aw, dude that's pretty sad"..."Yeah man".


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    YouTube - The Pursuit of Happiness "I'm an Adult Now"

    I'm an Adult Now

    Well, I don't hate my parents
    I don't get drunk just to spite them
    I've got my own reasons to drink now
    I think I'll call my dad up and invite him

    I can sleep in till noon anytime I want
    Though there's not many days that I do
    Gotta get up and take on that world
    When you're an adult it's no cliche it's the truth

    (Chorus)
    'Cause I'm an adult now
    I'm an adult now
    I've got the problems of an adult
    On my head and on my shoulders
    I'm an adult now

    I can't even look at young girls anymore
    People will think I'm some kind of pervert
    Adult sex is either boring or dirty
    Young people they can get away with murder

    I don't write songs about girls anymore
    I have to write songs about women
    No more boy meets girl boy loses girl
    More like man tries to figure out what the hell went wrong

    (Chorus)

    I can't take any more illicit drugs
    I can't afford any artificial joy
    I'd sure look like a fool dead in a ditch somewhere
    With a mind full of chemicals
    Like some cheese-eating high school boy

    (Chorus)

    Sometimes my head hurts and sometimes my stomach hurts
    And I guess it won't be long
    Till I'm sitting in a room with a bunch
    of people whose necks and backs are aching
    Whose sight and hearing's failing
    Who just can't seem to get it up

    Speaking of hearing, I can't take too much loud music
    I mean I like to play it, but I sure don't like the racket
    Noise, but I can't hear anything
    Just guitars screaming, screaming, screaming
    Some guy screaming in a leather jacket
    Wooah!

    This was some of the last few banters we had. Ironically, this is so fitting. Especially the last verse.

    I was at the Warped Tour with him and it got to a point where we were there for 8 hours in the blazing sun. I wanted to go, but did not want to yell over the loud music while trying to communicate, as I already had a less than happy expression on my face. So we were walking away from one stage and as we were just enough out of sound range to be able to speak without yelling we would walk into the next. I was juts about livid at that point.

    I think I recited those very same damned lines. "I can't even speak to you over the damned racket!" I'm getting old.
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.
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    "Life can be difficult for me here. After all I am the only one of my kind. You deserve better from me. I will be better" - John Hancock

    Mullet. Have you seen it? Let me know so I don't give a spoiler. Tremendous metaphors on many levels.

    YouTube - New! HANCOCK Trailer #2 - Added May 2nd, 2008!
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.
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    Chest/Back

    10 mins treadmill warm-up and stretching

    Chest:
    30 Incline Smith Bench Press (left side dominant)
    185 x 10, 10, 10 w/drop - 135 x 8

    Decline Smith Bench Press (left side dominant)
    185 x 8, 8, 8 w/drop - 135 x 8

    Flat DB Press/Flys (left arm only)
    55 x 10, 10, 8, w/drop - 30 x 8

    Cable Press (left arm only)
    40 x 10, 10, 8, w/drop - 30 x 8, 20 x 12

    Back:

    Wide Grip Pull-Ups
    BW x 10, 8, 6

    Dumbbell Rows (left arm)
    105 x 10, 110 x 10, 10

    Lat Pull Downs (left arm)
    100 x 10, 10, 10 *

    Seated Cable Rows
    110 x 10, 10, 10

    Cardio:

    20 mins low/med intensity treadmill.

    Observations/Comments:

    Working back into unilateral work this week. I did not offer much at the end of my chest work on the cables. I pushed myself pretty good on the previous exercises.

    I did not give much effort for weight on my back. Numbers are lower than previous. Just did not feel up too it.

    Rough weekend at work. Poor sleep last night. I woke up earlier than usual and stayed up. Probably could have gotten a couple more hours of sleep but I stayed up instead.

    I'm going to taking a nap and then hitting the yard maintenance.
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.

  12. I've not seen Hancock yet Brian, but am going to take my girlfriend tonight most likely!
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    Pay attention. There is much more to the movie than is on the surface. Much. I think you'll like it.
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.

  14. I still need to see Wall-E. I'm quite excited for Dark Knight, going to see it in IMAX on Friday
    PS Never even heard of Hancock, I'll look into that though. Watched Serenity last night after wanting to for a long time, and thought it was well done, a unique plot.

  15. Seriously, I almost cried at Wall-E - good stuff.

  16. I took my nephew to see that this past Friday... I laughed the whole time. Did you catch the short film before hand about the rabbit? That had my sides hurting!
    Hancock was a great movie, with a great script.
    Batman is in scope for Friday for myself and my wife. Scott Bail is the best Batman of all!

    Brian, is the Ephedrine that you're taking pure?
    Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    Seriously, I almost cried at Wall-E - good stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Lungz View Post
    the best Batman of all!

    Brian, is the Ephedrine that you're taking pure?
    I addition to the stack in my signature all else I am taking is:

    Quote Originally Posted by B5150 View Post
    As tolerance to my USPLabs pre workout stack is assessed I may add in 1 to 2 caps of NutarPlanet TEA-GCG™ as well as the possibility 5-10mg of NutraPlanet Yohimbine bulk powder.

    There are also your standard antioxidants such as NutraPlanets NAC and ALA as well as Multi-V, E and C, Policosanol, Niacin, Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna Bark), Fish Oil, Sesamin...and maybe a staple or two I am forgetting at this time.
    I have just added 2 caps of NutarPlanet TEA-GCG™ as of this weekend. Not yet adding the Y.

    Did you mistake the "E" as Ephedrine? It is Vitamin E and Vitamin C. Sorry. Actually I have not used Ephedrine in quite some time. It's nice to have it out of my system. When I did it was Vasopro Ephedrine HCL/25mg w/Guaifenesin/200mg.

    EDIT: I made an edit to my opening post adding that it is "Vitamin"
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.

  18. HaHa! Sorry about that... It's easy for my mind to assume that you were refering to Ephedrine. LOL!
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    ARMS:

    10 mins treadmill warm-up and stretching

    CGBP (left side dominant):
    160 x 9, 7, 7 *

    Hammer Curls (left):
    55 x 10, 10, 10

    Tricep Cable Push Down (left side w/assist):
    150 x 12, 11, 9 w/drop 80 x 9, 40 x 12 *

    Preacher Machine Left Side (negative):
    35 x 10, 37.5 x 8, 8 *

    Tricep Extension Horizontal Deck Machine (left side w/assist):
    120 x 12, 125x 12, 12, w/drop 80 x 15 *

    Treadmill:
    20 mins medium intensity.

    * increase in weight or repetitions or both
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.

  20. What's Policosanol used for out of curiousity?

    I have not looked into it so pardon my ignorance in advance, but a quick search resulted in this:

    Policosanol: Popular supplement doesn't reduce cholesterol

    It's also in iSatori's stim I use on occasion which I seems a little odd.
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    Shoulders:

    10 mins treadmill warm-up and stretching

    One Arm Upright Cable Row Alternating R/L:
    130 x 12, 12, 12 *

    Seated Levered High Row:
    250 x 12, 12, 12 *

    Machine Lateral Delt Raise Alternating R/L:
    145 x 13, 10, 9 *

    DB Shrug Right Side Only:
    110 x 12, 10, 9 w/brop (bi lateral) - 55 x 15 *

    Arnold Press Left Side Only:
    45 x 10, 8, 35 x 8, 30 x 8 *

    Treadmill:
    20 mins low/med intensity

    * increase in weight or repetitions or both
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheUnlikelyToad View Post
    What's Policosanol used for out of curiousity?

    I have not looked into it so pardon my ignorance in advance, but a quick search resulted in this:

    Policosanol: Popular supplement doesn't reduce cholesterol

    It's also in iSatori's stim I use on occasion which I seems a little odd.
    Exactly the opposite what the Mayo Clinic says it doesn't do

    It is part of a supplement protocol for cholesterol health, including F/O, EVOO, Arjuna, oatmeal, fiber one and exercise. Very inexpensive and I challenge the report simply based on my research and anecdotal observation and that of many others.
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by B5150 View Post
    Exactly the opposite what the Mayo Clinic says it doesn't do

    It is part of a supplement protocol for cholesterol health, including F/O, EVOO, Arjuna, oatmeal, fiber one and exercise. Very inexpensive and I challenge the report simply based on my research and anecdotal observation and that of many others.

    Ohh-tay... nutter question.

    RYR does this as well, and I believe you were in support of a RYR-free Cycle Support... why dat?
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    I was in support of cost effective RYR-Free Cycle Support. I was not in support of the cost. I have requested on numerous times a quantity price break and or a kilo size. Neither has taken place. It would make a great staple product but at that price I can do much better as far as cost effectiveness.

    NAC, ALA, Arjuna, Policosanol, F/O, EVOO, oatmeal, fiber one, maybe even some niacin and an aspirin. Much cheaper and equally if not more effective.

    I always eat at least a cup of oatmeal, a cup of fiber one, 3-4 tbsp of EVOO, 4-8g of F/O, 600mg of ALA, 800-1600mg of NAC and 3 servings of sesamin.

    I recently added the Arjuna because my research has shown me that Arjuna is very effective at lowering and stabilizing BP as well as promoting HDL and reducing LDL with hepatoxic benefits too. It may very well be much better and more cost effective that Hawthorn.

    Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna Bark)

    I have continued to use the policosanol simply because I have several bottles.
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.

  25. ...I think I wasn't clear, lol.

    What's wrong with RYR that you'd opt for RYR-free version instead if it also helps with cholesterol? Cost?
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    There are studies that suggest that RYR, though beneficial for lipids, may not be so good for the liver.
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.
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    LEGS:

    20 mins med intensity treadmill and stretching

    Seated Leg Press Machine:
    255 x 12, 270 x 12, 12

    Leg Curls:
    100 x 13, 12, 11

    Leg Extensions:
    75 x 12, 80 x 12, 85 x 12

    Calf Raise (seated leg press machine):
    285 x 15, 300 x 12, 12, 11

    Walking Lunges:
    BW x 20, 20, 16
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.
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    Chest/Back

    10 mins treadmill warm-up and stretching

    30 Incline Smith Bench Press (left side dominant)
    190 x 10, 10, 8 w/drop - 135 x 8 *

    Pull-Ups
    BW x 8, 8, 8

    Decline Smith Bench Press (left side dominant)
    190 x 10, 9, 8 w/drop - 135 x 8 *

    Dumbbell Rows (left arm)
    110 x 8, 115 x 8, 120 x 8, 8 *

    Incline DB Press/Flys (bilatreal)
    50 x 8, 8, 7 w/drop - 30 x 8 +

    Seated Cable Rows (left side)
    120 x 10, 10, 10 *

    Cable fly/Press (left arm only)
    40 x 10, 10, 8, w/drop - 30 x 8, 20 x 8

    Lat Pull Downs (left arm)
    100 x 10, 10, 10

    Cardio:
    22 mins med intensity treadmill.

    * increase in weight or repetitions or both
    + new exercise
    Life is a terminal condition.

    She thinks that happiness is a mat that sits on her doorway.

  29. You really cannot beat the rise in performance here B.

  30. Looking good B-man!
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