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Quick side note I also have NutraBio joint support ordered again.  As I figure I am getting older and finally might have to admit that I might get some occasional aches and pains🙉🙈🙊.....

Smoothie:
Water
Cinnamon
Kale
Half a medium zucchini
Banana
Raspberries

I have to see what's on sale, as I'm running low on ingredients......
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Yep, fat burning, muscle building, super immune system grass!!!!!!

1st Phorm BCAA with Nutra BIO Glutamine (I received it last night and am going to run it as suggested 2 to 3 times per day, I want to see if it helps with recovery and not getting sick during the Relatives are around, I mean Holiday season)

Shoulders:

3x9@50, 3x8@50 DB Seated shoulder press
6x7@25 DB side Laterals
6x10@20 DB rear laterals
2x6@72.5 EZ Bar up-right rows.  only 2 sets as it started to bug the right shoulder.

2 miles on the treadmill, 5 incline, 3.5 mph

Still drinking BCAA I downed a scoop on RCSS Creatine XS

kids are off today, so we have some tennis for my daughter and we will see about the boy.  Also I think I was asked to make a pumpkin pie.
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Workouts / Re: Bodybuilding.com AllAccess--are you kidding me?
« Last post by admin on Today at 06:59:49 AM »
You're supposed to jack up the price in September and then put it on sale for Black Friday/Cyber Monday. Not jack up the price the same day you do the sale.

Hahahahha
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Workouts / Re: Barbell Rows 5/3/1 God is a Beast
« Last post by mhseaver670 on Today at 06:18:39 AM »
Following
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Workouts / Re: Wrist pain when pressing
« Last post by JayT on Today at 05:40:46 AM »
Wrist SUPPORTS lol.. Wrist wraps are the ones that you wrap around the bar for dead lifts.. when I was on the website I almost ordered the completely wrong thing.

Wrist wraps are what you use on bench. Wrist straps are what you would use on a deadlift.
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Workouts / Re: Wrist pain when pressing
« Last post by mjtuf1 on Today at 05:38:50 AM »
Wrist wraps are a must for me at this point on anything above 205 on bench press. Truly are a life saver

Wrist SUPPORTS lol.. Wrist wraps are the ones that you wrap around the bar for dead lifts.. when I was on the website I almost ordered the completely wrong thing.
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Workouts / Re: Wrist pain when pressing
« Last post by JayT on Today at 05:35:13 AM »
Elite FTS is a good starter brand for wrist wraps that aren't too expensive. I use them and haven't had an issue with them.

I also have an Inzer 10mm lever belt. Inzer is a well known powerlifting brand, and make high quality products.  If you're going more for powerlifting, then a belt will most likely be needed eventually. It all depends on how strong your core is and how much weight it can handle. I have squatted over 365 without a belt, but I would say my core is a lot stronger than others. You don't want your lifts to suffer because your core can't keep up with the rest of your body, so that's when a belt is needed. And technically speaking from a powerlifting perspective, belts are still considered being raw.
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Workouts / Re: Wrist pain when pressing
« Last post by DaSlaya on Today at 05:17:10 AM »
I need to look into wrist wraps,  Anyone have any good brand recommendations?  I am also contemplating a weight belt at this point, but unsure!  Anyone use a belt, and curious at what point you decided to transition to using it vs raw?
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Workouts / Re: Barbell Rows 5/3/1 God is a Beast
« Last post by Tlifter on Yesterday at 11:08:01 PM »
I did the Bench Press BBS today. It was actually pretty great. I am bad at bench pressing and I have a hard time getting into the right position to engage my back and legs to help me bench press, but by set 7 I found it and the bar felt nearly weightless. The extra sets really helped. If you are already good at engaging your legs and back then this might be a different experience for you, but so far I like BBS more than BBB because you get to lift weights that are closer to what you normally lift so you get to reinforce great form with heavier weights. I think I read that you should take approximately 1 minute rest between sets so I tried that. It was perfect because it is a little long for the first few sets and just short enough to make the last few sets slightly more challenging. I hope you enjoy the routine as much as I am so far.
It is important to note that I used to bench press with a pause on my chest, but after my year off last year because of my work schedule when I decided to get back into lifting, I decided to do touch and goes so I can progress faster because prior to the year off I was doing a pause on the chest every rep like they expect you to do in competition. I had a multi-month plateau though so I decided this time to do touch and goes and when I get ready for a meet I will practice the pause.
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