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post #501 of 4933 (permalink) Old 04-30-2009, 09:37 PM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Don't be the guy who just does bench and curls...
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Don't be the guy who just does bench and curls...
lol, I ain't.

I only do biceps once a week
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lol, I ain't.

I only do biceps once a week
Funny story, a guy I used to work out with is the "arm guy" as I like to call him now. Here's what his workout week consists of:

Day 1: Chest and Back
Day 2: Legs and Calves
Day 3: Arms
Day 4: Shoulders
Day 5: Arms

He will literally spend about 30 min on day 1, 2, and 4 and about 1 hour on 3 and 5.

He can curl 55lb db for sets but I would bet everything in my bank account he can't squat over 150, deadlift over 200 or bench over 185.

I ask him every now and then without trying to be mean, why does he spend 80% of his time working out 3% of his muscle. Btw, he's about 40lbs overweight.
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post #504 of 4933 (permalink) Old 05-01-2009, 04:27 PM
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Good lift for sure... I don't care how you do it, but lifting 400lbs off the ground is nothing to laugh about. My biggest deadlift was about 8 months ago (380 x 2) before aggravating my back again. Messed it up working in the yard . I'm just starting to get back into deadlifting, and have a ways to go to get back into the bigger weight.
Thanks, my dude! That and OHP are the most rewarding lifts to me. There's nothing like hauling a bunch of weight over your head or lifting a bar full of a ton of weight off the ground! I do excel more at the static lifts so maybe that's why I'm partial.

Right on. Best of luck, you'll get back at it. Muscle memory, bro!

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Nice Mitch

This will not seem like much of accomplishment compared to yours but I am curling 40's now for four full sets. I am pretty happy because when I started I was only doing 25. Hopefully by end of year I can be up at 50
Damn, bro! Nice, good form? Not rocking the back/using momentum? That's impressive, Josh. Keep it up, you're making some major progress and really have quite a bit of knowledge on how to build your body now. Hard work is paying off then, eh?


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Damn, bro! Nice, good form? Not rocking the back/using momentum? That's impressive, Josh. Keep it up, you're making some major progress and really have quite a bit of knowledge on how to build your body now. Hard work is paying off then, eh?
Perfect form No point in cheating, I would rather be doing less properly then lifting more and doing it wrong. This thread has taught me a lot, as well as just reading articles on the internet.

I went off the creatine though as I said before and have not gone back on it so not really bulking anymore...Still making good progress.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

speaking of creatine anyone know a good one??? used a few different one's all seem to be the same.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I've used Green Magnitude from Controlled Labs and Anabolic Switch from MRI since the start of the year and been happy with both. The Green Magnitude seems to last forever. Both products were recommended to me from the shop I get my supplements from.
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Green Magnitude is what you guys have recommended to me and people outside of here have said to get so I might give it a try in the winter. Just get any of the pure stuff, do not need some fancy brand name. I learned the hard way with my first. Cell-Tech almost gave me heart attack cause of all the sugar
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I'm usually that curl/bench guy. I need to break out of that habit and go back to doing what I was doing before.

Laziness sucks.

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post #510 of 4933 (permalink) Old 05-05-2009, 12:38 AM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I used to lift, but after about 3 years, that got boring. Now I just run about 30 KM a week (spread over 3 days)

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