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« Reply #30: October 01, 2015, 05:43:33 PM »
Impressive stuff going on in here.
Nice damn work!!!!
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« Reply #31: October 01, 2015, 06:37:47 PM »
Impressive stuff going on in here.
Nice damn work!!!!
 8)

Thanks Ron ....
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« Reply #32: October 01, 2015, 07:20:10 PM »
9eggs and oatmeal for breakfast  8) eating like a champ
Nice work man
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« Reply #33: October 01, 2015, 08:00:12 PM »
9eggs and oatmeal for breakfast  8) eating like a champ
Nice work man

Thanks man.. 
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« Reply #34: October 01, 2015, 08:17:57 PM »
Mjg - you are a beast dude...

My morning breakfast is 1 cup of oatmeal, 1 cup of egg whites and whatever veggies i have around the house (string beans, tomatoes, carrots, mushrooms, whatever).  Throw it in the microwave for about 5 minutes, add some hot sauce and go to town...


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« Reply #35: October 01, 2015, 08:26:59 PM »
Mjg - you are a beast dude...

My morning breakfast is 1 cup of oatmeal, 1 cup of egg whites and whatever veggies i have around the house (string beans, tomatoes, carrots, mushrooms, whatever).  Throw it in the microwave for about 5 minutes, add some hot sauce and go to town...

I hear you brother...  Don't  get me started on hot sauce. ...lol.   My kitchen is stacked with hot sauce..
 
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« Reply #36: October 02, 2015, 07:01:48 AM »
I'm a big fan of sriacchia. Best spicy poo ever. I put it on everything.
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« Reply #37: October 02, 2015, 07:02:24 AM »
I'm a big fan of sriacchia. Best spicy poo ever. I put it on everything.

^^^^THIS


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« Reply #38: October 03, 2015, 10:09:55 PM »
 Ok , I finally have some time to post ,  Yesterday was Back day...  As I said before , Back is my fav bodypart to train.   That being said , We need some extra hardcore Pre workout bodybuilding motivation to get things started right....
   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcvQHu3j9Gk

Back

I really wanted to blast the lats extra hard , So I decided it was the perfect time to do some pre exhaust....
If you have never done this before, I strongly recommend giving it a try!   

First up   Dumbbell Pullovers
 Warm up set      40  for  25 reps
1st set          60  for 15 reps
2nd               75 for  15 reps
3rd               95  for  12 reps
4th             105  for   11 reps
5th             105  for   9   reps
6th              105 for   6  reps ,  dropped to 80  for 11 reps, dropped to 60  for  9 reps...   (  The burn )

Wide grip chins
4 sets      12 , 9 , 8, 6 1/2

Close grip pull downs  ( v bar)

1st  150   for  12 reps
2nd  170  for  8  reps
3rd   170  for  5 reps + 2 half reps

Bent over barbell rows
1st set    135 for 15 reps
2nd         185 for 15 reps
3rd          215 for  11 reps
4th          215  for  7  reps
5th          215  for  5
6th          215 for  2 reps + 1 half rep , dropped to 185  for  6 reps..

One are db rows
3 sets    80   for    12 , 9 , 7     (  Like I said , I really wanted to blast my back...lol..)    This is a very effective way to make your back work at maximum output.  This is something I do every 4 -5 back back days.    It's grueling,  But it works...
Oh , Were not done with back yet...

Seated low pulley cable rows ( wide grip)
1st set     150  for  15 reps
2nd          170  for  9  reps
3rd           170  for  6 reps , dropped to  130  for 9 reps.    ( Sweating like crazy, And My back is having muscle spasms)

Bi's

Seated alt dumbbell curls

1st set    30's for 15 reps
2nd         45's  for  12 reps
3rd          50's  for  10 reps
4th          50's  for   7 reps , paused for 25 seconds ...  got another 3 reps , dropped to the 40's  for  6 reps..

Preacher Curls  ( db  one arm at a time )

1st set   40   for  12 reps
2nd        45  for   9 reps
3rd         45  for   6 reps

I was very happy with what I was able to get done.   Even though I trained back yesterday , I am on another level of soreness as I'm typing this...

Supp Update......   Anafuse is working well ( Will definitely be running this again many times in the future).   
D pol is kicking in ,  I also believe the endosurge turbo and the inhibit-E  is kicking in as well...    The last couple of days I have felt un stoppable....   After back yesterday , I was physically wiped out, Spent.   But mentally I was ready to blast another body part..
I am also finding that I have a very short temper the last few days.    I need to keep myself in check...

Today was an off day , Thank god , Cause I can barely move...lol..     Tomorrow is shoulders and traps....

Hope everyone is enjoying their weekend....                       
         
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« Reply #39: October 04, 2015, 02:04:03 AM »
Very nice back workout.  You are right I had added pullovers into the routine and it made a difference in soreness.


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« Reply #40: October 04, 2015, 05:42:52 AM »
Thanks...   Yeah I always do them, But usually I do them after  my chins, pull downs, rows.  Doing them first allows me really blast the lats themselves,  without  incorporating the biceps at all.
Same principle why I use straps on my back day.
Your grip and your arms will give out before your back will.   
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« Reply #41: October 04, 2015, 07:56:15 AM »
I think that the short temper - for me at least - came once Inhibit-e kicked in.  I didnt give a poo about anything but what i wanted to give a poo about  hahaah

Nice workout - as usual...


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« Reply #42: October 04, 2015, 09:14:48 AM »
I think that the short temper - for me at least - came once Inhibit-e kicked in.  I didnt give a poo about anything but what i wanted to give a poo about  hahaah

Nice workout - as usual...

You could be right about that...  I went food shopping this morning, And I was getting road rage in the grocery  store... lol....   
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« Reply #43: October 05, 2015, 01:25:32 PM »
crazy amounts of volume, nice work man!


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« Reply #44: October 05, 2015, 02:45:08 PM »
crazy amounts of volume, nice work man!

Thanks Bro..  That back & bi workout took 1 hour and 10 mins.  That's  pretty much how long all of my workouts take except for legs, That's  always 1 hr 20 mins..    The rest time between sets I need now is half of what I normally needed in the past.  So I'm going to take advantage of that as long as I can..lol.. 
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