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Sounds like bullshit.

Just get some honest natural protein down you then supplement with a well-reviewed whey.

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Yeah, sounds gimmicky as hell.


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I want to switch protein. I heard good things about syntha 6. Has anyone ever tried it?
What Protein you using now?

The one you mentioned sounds dodgy
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Myoplex.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Advice on how to increase number of reps for bench? Currently pumping out 4-3-3 @ 225 and need to get that up to min 15 by September. Should I keep increasing weight with low reps, decrease weight for higher reps, or stick it out @ 225 and see what happens? Mixture?

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Start out with lighter weights, then add more each set. You can also perform your reps slower. It's not how much you lift, it's the intensity.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

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Advice on how to increase number of reps for bench? Currently pumping out 4-3-3 @ 225 and need to get that up to min 15 by September. Should I keep increasing weight with low reps, decrease weight for higher reps, or stick it out @ 225 and see what happens? Mixture?
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Nah, mickey. Google Macenko's bench program. Guarantee you'll make progress if you eat at maintenance and follow the program.


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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I'm trying to drop 60 pounds by December. I'm cutting my calories in half and I'm doing only cardio at the gym. Do I need a supplement?
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

idk if this has ever been posted in this thread but saw it and thought Id share
pro wrestling workout

LEVEL ONE: The Basics

1. 50 Hindu Push-ups
2. 100 Hindu Squats
3. Wrestler's Bridge-- 1 Minute, 30 Seconds
4. Grappling- 20 Minutes Total

LEVEL TWO: Intermediate

1. 100 Hindu Push-ups
2. 200 Hindu Squats
3. Rope Climbing-- 3 Laps or 15 Pull-ups
4. 50 Sit-ups
5. Handstand-- 3 sets to Failure
6. Wrestler's Bridge-- 3 Minutes
7. Grappling- 30 Minutes Total

LEVEL THREE: Advanced

1. 150 Hindu Push-ups
2. 300 Hindu Squats
3. Rope Climbing- 6 Laps or 30 Pull-ups
4. 100 Sit-ups
5. 15 Handstand Push-ups
6. Headstand- 2 Minutes Total
7. 25 Reverse Push-ups
8. Wrestler's Bridge-- 3 Minutes, Pressing 15 lbs
9. Grappling- 30 Minutes Total

LEVEL FOUR: Super Advanced

1. 200 Hindu Push-ups
2. 400 Hindu Squats
3. Rope Climbing- 9 Laps, or 45 Pull-ups
4. 200 Sit-ups
5. 30 Handstand Push-ups
6. Headstand-- 3 Minutes Total
7. 40 Reverse Push-ups
8. Wrestler's Bridge-- 3 Minutes, Pressing 30 lbs
9. Grappling- 30 Minutes

LEVEL FIVE: The God of Pro-Wrestling

1. 250 Hindu Push-ups
2. 500 Hindu Squats
3. Rope Climbing- 10 Laps, or 50 Pull-ups
4. 200 Decline Sit-ups
5. 50 Handstand Push-ups
6. Headstand- 3 Minutes Total
7. 50 Reverse Push-ups
8. Hindu Push-ups-- MAX REPS
9. Hindu Squats-- MAX REPS
10. Wrestler's Bridge-- 3 Minutes Total, Pressing 45 lbs
11. Grappling-- 30 Minutes



Notes
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Don't move forward to the next workout until you are able to complete all of the prescribed reps without failure.
We've previously covered Hindu Push-ups, Squats, and the Wrestler's Bridge. You may use your hands in the first level until you can do the time without your hands. Remember to touch your nose to the mat.
The distance you cover in your rope should be about 12-15 feet. That means 12-15 feet from your chest height.
For the Grappling, you may wrestle, do submission grappling, judo, sambo, or whatever grappling style you prefer.
This is not an unbeatable workout, but it will take you a long time to get to the top. Karl Gotch once did 9001 straight Hindu Squats (to best the Great Gama's record), so don't feel so bad about a measly 500.
That last set of Hindu Push-ups and Hindu Squats is designed to be the part of the workout that keeps it difficult, because it is maximum reps. If you are such a beast that the other parts of the workout don't whip you, you can wear yourself out on those before the bridging and grappling.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

anyone here tried using a wrestler's workout?
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