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« Reply #15: September 27, 2015, 12:11:12 AM »
Ok.. The video you posted.. I need to get the "SQUEEZE IT!" as a ring tone (classic) and the volume in that back workout, awesome.
There was something different about her..something special. And he couldn't quite place it...but it was in the way she moved...and what she did..


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« Reply #16: September 27, 2015, 04:15:43 AM »
In, and keep going


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« Reply #17: September 28, 2015, 07:21:09 AM »
mjg - killing it dude - keep it up - lots of volume - I saw the first one was about an 1:10 - how about the second one?  I could see adding this volume into my routine if I can keep it less than 1:15...


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« Reply #18: September 28, 2015, 05:07:15 PM »
mjg - killing it dude - keep it up - lots of volume - I saw the first one was about an 1:10 - how about the second one?  I could see adding this volume into my routine if I can keep it less than 1:15...

Thanks Brother.....  The back workout took an 1hr and 20 mins.   
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« Reply #19: September 28, 2015, 05:09:00 PM »
In, and keep going

Will do..... I'll never stop....    Thanks
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« Reply #20: September 28, 2015, 05:55:33 PM »
Ok , Today was shoulder day..   Why almost every gym in the world was international chest day , I blasted delts and traps.
Before we get started , Once again here is some Pre workout bodybuilding motivation....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7i7S0HU0b4

Shoulders

First up.......  Behind the neck presses
3 warm up sets       Bar x 20 , Bar x 20 ,  115 for 12

1st set     135 for 12 reps
2nd          165 for 10 reps
3rd           185 for 9 reps
4th            205 for 6 reps  (PR)
5th            205 for 4  + 1 forced rep

Seated dumbbell press

Warm up set     30's  for 15 reps
1st set             85's for 12 reps
2nd                  90's for 8 reps
3rd                  90's for  5 reps
4th                   70's for 11    delt's  are on fire

I always do dumbbells after my compound lift,  For me it hits a little different area.  My shoulders respond well to this..

Side lateral raises

20's for 20 reps
2nd     30's  for  12 reps
3rd      35's  for  10 reps
4th      35's for   8 reps , dropped to 25's  for 12 reps, dropped to 15's  17 reps.   Had to drop the dumbells , The burn was to intense..lol.     My delts were screaming at me.

Seated side lateral raises  ( Machine)
1st set     70  for 14 reps
2nd          80 for  11 reps
3rd           80 for  8 reps, dropped to  60 and repped it out.  Was in to much pain to count ,But some where like 15 or 15 reps ( Guessing).

Bent over rear delt raises

1st  set     30's for 15 reps
2nd           35's for 12 reps
3rd            35's for 8 reps, dropped to 25's  for  13 reps.

Rear delt flyes   ( Reverse peck deck machine) 

1st   70  for 15 reps
2nd  90  for 11 reps
3rd   90 for  7 reps , dropped to 70 lbs  for another 9 reps..

Done!   Shoulders destroyed.

Traps       ( I love training traps..)

Up right rows

1st set   95lbs  for 14 reps
2nd       115  for  10 reps
3rd        115  for  7 reps ,  4 half reps , 4 quarter reps

Barbell Shrugs
1st set      225 for 22  reps
2nd           275 for  14 reps
3rd           305   for   10 reps
4th           325   for    6 reps
5th           325   for    4 reps,  and 2 half reps ,  Then dropped down to 225  for 12 reps..
Traps are fried..

I'm sure you noticed that I didn't do any direct front delt work.   The reason being is because I do a lot of incline benching ,  My front delts get plenty of work from that.   I was doing front delt work in the past , But they were getting to much work, And they started acting up on me.  As soon as I dropped them, They were fine.

Supp note :   Anafuse is working great!  I started week 6 yesterday.   Looking good so far...

Inhibit - E     1 week in...    nothing yet
Endoserge tubro    .......   1 week in  ( Nothing yet)
D Pol      1 week in     ( Nothing yet)   But am noticing a little extra endurance , On top of the Anafuse.

Mass HGH     I love this supp...   I would marry it if I could....   I could write a novel about this product...  luv it , luv it , luv it....     

Tomorrow is Leg Day!         

I hope everyone has a good evening.....
           
                                                       
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« Reply #21: September 28, 2015, 07:53:25 PM »
nice work as usual man - seems like intense sessions - love it...


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« Reply #22: September 29, 2015, 02:32:14 AM »
Great work.


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« Reply #23: September 29, 2015, 09:13:41 AM »
Great job bro!


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« Reply #24: September 29, 2015, 02:04:08 PM »
Great job bro!
Thanks brother...  I'm  trying to take it to the limit..
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« Reply #25: September 30, 2015, 06:25:42 PM »
Ok yesterday was legs.  I ended up having to work later than normal , So by the time I got home from the gym , It was after 10 pm.   

Before we get started , We need some HARDCORE  Pre workout bodybuilding motivation for leg day..
This one always gets me to where I want to go outside and rip trees out of the ground....( Seriously)
     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgvCMxYPOFs

Leg Presses   
3 warm up sets        2 plates for 25 reps ,  3 plates for 20 reps,  4 plates for 15 reps

1st set    5 plates  for 15 reps
2nd         6 plates for  12 reps
3rd         7 plates for   10 reps
4th         8 plates for    8 reps  + 3 forced  ( PR)
The above sets were done with my feet low on the platform , In order to really blast the quads..
5th         9 plates  for   6 reps + 1  forced (PR)
6th       10 plates  for  4 reps   
7th        7 plates   for  12 reps

The last 3 sets were done with my feet much higher on the platform to hit overall leg development.
Also , The leg press at my gym has an option to where you can drop the back down ,  So instead of doing them at 45 degrees ,  I bring the back down to 12 degrees.    This makes a night and day difference.  Not only is it a hell of a lot harder to perform the reps ,  But I'm also able to go way beyond parallel.   
Ever since I started doing them this way , My leg development has increased dramatically .....

Before any one asks ,  Yes I squat.   Every other week .

Walking lunges
Grab the 45's  and went at it till I couldn't do anymore.   On these , I do not count reps.  I just keep going until total failure.    I do 3 sets

Hack Squats
By the time I hit these , My legs are pretty much shot , So I don't use a lot of weight.
1st set      2 plates for 15 reps
2nd set     2 plates for  11 reps
3rd           2 plates  for  7 reps

Had to sit down for a few mins , My legs were shaking bad.  Almost buckeld on me..

Seated leg ext's
1st set      90 for  18 reps
2nd        110 for   13 reps
3rd         130  for   8 reps ,  Plus 5 forced negatives

Seated leg curls
1st    100 for  18 reps
2nd   130  for  12 reps
3rd    140  for  8 reps   , dropped to 100 for  11 reps.   
Done

It usually takes about 2 mins to walk out of the gym.   On leg day,  It takes almost 10.    Luckly they have chairs through out.   I had to take 3 breaks , Before I made it out the door.    Right now I am hating life...lol..   But that being said, I'm already looking forward to my next leg day...

There is a old saying... "  Leg Day , Go for the workout ,  Stay because you can't walk"   How true that poo is..

Today is off day , Tomorrow is chest

Oh,  almost forgot about calves & forearms...

Seated calve raise
1st set   4  45lb plates   for  15 reps
2nd       same weight   for    13 reps
3rd       same weight  for    11 reps
4th       same     for            7 reps

calve raises on leg press
3 plates   for  12 reps
2nd     same  for  9 reps
3rd     same for   7 reps, + 4 half reps

Forearms
Wrist curls 

1sr set   55lb dumbbell   for  15 reps  (One arm at a time
2nd        60   for  12 reps
3rd         65  for  8 reps
4th         65 for  6 reps, dropped to 50 for 11 reps + 3 half reps

Reverse curls 
1st set     75  for 14 reps
2nd          75 for   11 reps
3rd          75 for    7 reps..

                               
             
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« Reply #26: September 30, 2015, 07:02:00 PM »
Nice workout, and hey where else is there to go besides the gym.  If you stay your just st saving travel time tomorrow.


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« Reply #27: September 30, 2015, 07:20:24 PM »
Nice workout, and hey where else is there to go besides the gym.  If you stay your just st saving travel time tomorrow.

Lol...   So true..  Unfortunately my son would kill me if I didnt come home...lol..
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« Reply #28: October 01, 2015, 02:25:05 PM »
 Chest Day is here..      Before we get started, Here is a little Pre Workout bodybuilding motivation to get jacked up...
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpWs4PjSUcU

Chest                     

 Decline bb bench

3 warm up sets     ( bar for 25 reps ,  bar for 25 ,  135 for 15)
1st  set       185 for 15 reps
2nd             215  for 14 reps
3rd              235  for 12 reps
4th              255  for 10 + 3 forced reps
5th              275  for  6 + 2 forced reps
6th              255 for  7 ,  dropped to 235 for 8 reps, dropped down to  215  for 6 reps.

Flat  db  bench 
1st set        85's  for  14 reps
2nd             100's   for   12 reps
3rd              110's   for   9 reps
4th               120's  for   5 reps ,  dropped to 100's  for  8 reps ,  dropped to 85's  for   9 reps

Incline bb bench
1st   135  for  12 reps  ( Warm up  -  I have to do this )
2nd   215 for 10 reps
3rd    235 for  7 reps + 2 forced
4th    255  for  4 reps + 1 forced  /  dropped to 215 for 8 reps + 3 forced.  ( Pump was insane)

Incline db flyes
1st    55's    for  14 reps
2nd   65's    for  10 reps
3rd    65's   for    7 reps
4th    50's   for   11 reps    ( On fire)

Week 6 of Anafuse  , I am experiencing some off the wall muscle pumps.   They are quite painfull , But I'm not complaining..

Tris

Skull Crushers   ( ez curl bar)

1st   115  for  13 reps
2nd  115  for  11 reps
3rd   115  for   8  reps
4th   115  for   5 reps
5th     75  for   12  reps ,  paused for 25 seconds.. 75 for  9 reps , paused for 25 seconds... 75 for 5 reps.

All these reps were done slow.  My main concern was squeezing the muscle during the exercise.

V bar  tricep  push downs

1st   150  for  15 reps
2nd   170  for  11 reps
3rd    190  for   6 reps + 3 half reps ,  dropped down to 150  for  9 reps.  ( The burn was to intense ,  I couldn't take anymore)

Spent.....

In regards  to diet , I don't post my daily meals , Just because I eat the same thing every day.

Meal one              9 egg whites + 1 yolk    and 1 cup of oatmeal
Meal two              2 chicken breasts    and 1 cup of brown rice
meal three           2 chicken breasts    and  2 cups  of  veggies
meal four             Shake   ( 60 grams protein)
meal five             2 chicken breasts     and 1 cup of brown rice
meal six              2 chicken breasts     and  what ever is around

Every other week I will change the protein,  This way I don't get burnt out on chicken.   Next week will be fish.   Everything else stays the same.    Only other thing I do with my oatmeal is add sugar free choc syurp and 2 table spoons of  low sodium  all natural p.b.    ,  Plain oatmeal is nasty

Ever since week 5 of Anafuse , I had to up my eating a good bit.  I found myself starving...lol      So on top of everything listed above , I added another shake to the mix .   Seems to be what I needed.   

 Mass HGH  is working well......   I luv this stuff
I'm waiting for the others to kick in , Shouldn't be to much longer....   Looking forward to see what happens.

The only thing I'm finding to be a pain in the azz is taking all these damn pills every day... lol.....        I have the alarm set on my phone to go off with a reminder to take this or that...   Between that and all my meal breaks...   let's just say a lot of people think I have lost my mind... 

Tomorrow is Back....                             
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« Reply #29: October 01, 2015, 02:29:04 PM »
nice work as usual man - seems like intense sessions - love it...

Thanks brother....
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