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Old 01-08-2014, 07:54 PM   #4151 (permalink)
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I don't know how much weight I gained, but I ate like absolute shit despite still working out hard pretty much the second half of December. Been eating clean since the last few days of December though and I'm cutting down again

Anyone go to the gym early in the morning? I've been trying to make that my usual routine for a while and I finally started today. I actually like it a lot because the gym is empty and I don't have to worry about working out.
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Ermm... the guy I biy my protein from told me to start taking 80g post workout in a shake?

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I usually get 60g post workout. Two scoops of whey = 50g but then the milk is also another 10g or so.

You can make your own shakes in a blender with high protein ingredients like oats and peanut butter to hit 80g

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I don't know how much weight I gained, but I ate like absolute shit despite still working out hard pretty much the second half of December. Been eating clean since the last few days of December though and I'm cutting down again

Anyone go to the gym early in the morning? I've been trying to make that my usual routine for a while and I finally started today. I actually like it a lot because the gym is empty and I don't have to worry about working out.
I'll wait 1.5-2 hours after getting up to digest some food (largely carbs) but morning is my favourite time to lift.

Deload week; been teaching people how to lift at night. Got there fifteen minutes early and started full cleaning and power snatching 95 lbs before working up to 285lbs Sumo deadlifts (gonna make them my main deadlift next cycle)... And then the chicks finally showed up. That was my first time ever snatching heavyier than like 65lbs and I got deep on a few reps too. Felt like a fucking boss.

Fixed my bench form after too. Switching to flat foot (as is mandatory in competition) fucked my bench up horribly this past month. I think I got it though. Did many reps with 95lbs then a set of 205x5 fairly cleanly. VERY PRODUCTIVE session with lots of recovery while the girls did their thing. Yippee.
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MF83, try using machines during the deload week. You'll like it, I know I did
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I usually do Dumbbells and machines to rest the joints but get ZAH PAUMP. It was my deadlift deload day and I watched the only other Strength guy do snatches the day before so Light Oly Lifting just seemed like the way to go. Gonna do light benching three or four times this week just to get dat form.

Doing 5/3/1 spinal tap for overhead next cycle. You do the 3, 5/3/1 and then 5 weeks worth of the main lift every week, supersetting back and biceps between sets. Like 12 sets pressing total. The training max goes up every week and since my OHP max has led to the most money set reps, this is a useful way to boost the TM ten extra pounds. Fuck yeah.
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Got a good chest and tris workout (DAT BRO SPLIT) in today. The cut continues.

Trying to get some olympic/Crossfit lifting in this week too. I was able to get 2 reps of 195 for push press and 1 of 165 for strict press last week, which I consider decent since my shoulders are definitely not my strongest body part.
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7x215 bench, 9x340 squat for money sets so far this week. Wendler formula wise, that equals a 440 squat max. Holy poop.
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I've been going back to the gym recently, I am currently doing

Monday - Chest/Tris

Tuesday - Back/Biceps

Thursday - Legs/Shoulders

(I change the order of these on a weekly basis)

The thing I am asking is, although I am eating a good diet and cardio etc. I am not doing 2- 3 reps etc. I usually do 4 sets of 8 - 10 reps. Is that okay? I am trying to just get a good body, nice bit of muscle on there but I am not doing the whole push for 2 reps at the end thing, but instead slowly going with a weight I can just handle and on my last set, I push out on a weight I can just about hit 6 reps on.
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Liquid diets don't always last....but I'd do it anyways.

But in all seriousness, every day I do....
1)Stretch for 10 minutes
2)30 push-ups, sit-ups
3)Run around the track (30 Laps, I think.)
4)Something fun (Football, Basketball, Ping Pong?)
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I've been going back to the gym recently, I am currently doing

Monday - Chest/Tris

Tuesday - Back/Biceps

Thursday - Legs/Shoulders

(I change the order of these on a weekly basis)

The thing I am asking is, although I am eating a good diet and cardio etc. I am not doing 2- 3 reps etc. I usually do 4 sets of 8 - 10 reps. Is that okay? I am trying to just get a good body, nice bit of muscle on there but I am not doing the whole push for 2 reps at the end thing, but instead slowly going with a weight I can just handle and on my last set, I push out on a weight I can just about hit 6 reps on.
I would recommend (off personal experience mostly, only a few articles or research read, 'it works for me') higher reps. 15 - 9. Usually scale is depending on how many sets (3-4, sometimes 2 even). Bodybuilders (from what I've read and seen) do higher reps and focus on the contractions and release. go down slow come up fast (but not sloppy). Sounds like you're already doing that. That just increase the rep size because it should create better hypertrophy (increase in muscle size). Strength workouts are usually associated with lower reps (6 - 8).

4 sets:
x 15
x 12
x 12
x 9

3 sets:
x 15
x 12
x 9

I personally respond better to higher reps (consequently, lowered weight). I think it just allows you to concentrate on the lift and getting that contraction and stretch better than if you were to struggle with 6 - 8 reps. I seated alternating dumbell curls with 30's and 35's for 15, 12 reps. I haven't seen an increase in my bicep size as good as this since I started lifting 5 years ago.

I won't tell if your split is good or not, I think that's extremely personal based. I don't do chest, tricep, or shoulders on the same day, or even within 2 days. I just don't like it. The muscles are too closely involved with the others in lifts, so I don't feel as strong. That's just me, and it's something you'll find out if you like. (most people do it like you do)
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