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Old 03-22-2013, 09:57 PM   #3601
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crazy pull, dave!!



speaking for myself, i forgot to go commando today

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Old 03-22-2013, 11:23 PM   #3602
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Free day/fun day. Didn't feel like doing much direct arm work so worked on sohp form.

Standing Barbell Shoulder Press (OHP):
45 lb x 5 reps (+49 pts)
45 lb x 5 reps (+49 pts)
95 lb x 5 reps (+69 pts)
135 lb x 5 reps (+90 pts)
165 lb x 5 reps (+111 pts)
185 lb x 3 reps (+102 pts) added belt for triples
185 lb x 3 reps (+102 pts)
185 lb x 3 reps (+102 pts)
185 lb x 3 reps (+102 pts)
185 lb x 3 reps (+102 pts)
135 lb x 5 reps (+90 pts)
135 lb x 5 reps (+90 pts)
135 lb x 5 reps (+90 pts)
135 lb x 5 reps (+90 pts)
135 lb x 5 reps (+90 pts)
185 triple superset with incline. 135 sets superset with weighted pullups

Machine Incline Bench Press:
180 lb x 10 reps (+47 pts)
270 lb x 10 reps (+86 pts)
320 lb x 5 reps (+100 pts)
270 lb x 5 reps (+73 pts)
270 lb x 5 reps (+73 pts)
Superset with 185 sohp triples

Pull-Up:
5 reps || weighted || 45 lb (+98 pts)
5 reps || weighted || 45 lb (+98 pts)
5 reps || weighted || 45 lb (+98 pts)
5 reps || weighted || 45 lb (+98 pts)
5 reps || weighted || 45 lb (+98 pts)
Superset with 135 sohp sets

Triceps Pushdown:
150 lb x 10 reps (+21 pts)
150 lb x 10 reps (+21 pts)
150 lb x 10 reps (+21 pts)
Superset with preacher curls and rope holds
Preacher Curl:
75 lb x 8 reps (+18 pts)
75 lb x 8 reps (+18 pts)
75 lb x 8 reps (+18 pts)
Superset with triceps
Triceps Pushdown - Rope Attachment:
120 lb x 5 reps (+14 pts)
120 lb x 5 reps (+14 pts)
120 lb x 5 reps (+14 pts)
Press and holds.
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Old 03-22-2013, 11:31 PM   #3603
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Nice! Congrats cronic! That must have been a huge confidence booster.

Ryan, if nothing else, it builds consistency to treat every lift the same. For me its the reason why I go through the cues the same everytime, set up the same everytime, and then execute the same everytime. It builds consistency and promotes a focused state. It also builds muscle memory. For me its taught me to be more explosive.
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Consistency is key, pretty sure I air hump a good 10 seconds before every pull
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Old 03-22-2013, 11:46 PM   #3604
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Love this thread. Inspiration abounds over the last couple of pages, I want to go back and lift again now.

I had a good day in the gym today in spite of not being able to get my deadlifts in. Nothing to write home about, I guess, but a fun/productive day. Mostly shoulders, which I have missed working directly lately.

Decline Barbell Bench Press:
90 lb x 15 reps (+41 pts)
130 lb x 8 reps (+49 pts)
150 lb x 5 reps (+50 pts)
150 lb x 5 reps (+50 pts)
150 lb x 5 reps (+50 pts)
90 lb x 15 reps (+41 pts)
Weighted Reverse Crunch:
30 lb x 25 reps (+50 pts)
30 lb x 25 reps (+50 pts)
30 lb x 25 reps (+50 pts)
Face Pull:
60 lb x 15 reps (+23 pts)
60 lb x 15 reps (+23 pts)
60 lb x 15 reps (+23 pts)
Lat Pulldown:
120 lb x 12 reps (+27 pts)
120 lb x 10 reps (+26 pts)
120 lb x 8 reps (+25 pts)
Seated Dumbbell Shoulder Press:
45 lb x 15 reps (+61 pts)
45 lb x 15 reps (+61 pts)
45 lb x 10 reps (+57 pts)
Upright Barbell Row:
50 lb x 10 reps (+21 pts)
70 lb x 8 reps (+24 pts)
70 lb x 6 reps (+22 pts)
20 lb x 15 reps (+19 pts)
Wide-Grip Barbell Bench Press:
20 reps (+27 pts)
90 lb x 10 reps (+45 pts)
140 lb x 2 reps (+36 pts)
110 lb x 6 reps (+46 pts)
110 lb x 6 reps (+46 pts)
110 lb x 5 reps (+44 pts)
50 lb x 15 reps (+36 pts)
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Old 03-23-2013, 01:35 AM   #3605
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Was battling squat form the whole workout. Didn't have my workout partner so was harder to get cues as to what I was going full retard on.

135-5
155-5
185-5
205-5
225-5
245-13
185-10-5

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10 plates - 10 - 3

Calves
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BW - 177lbs
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Old 03-23-2013, 10:13 AM   #3606
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Was battling squat form the whole workout. Didn't have my workout partner so was harder to get cues as to what I was going full retard on.

135-5
155-5
185-5
205-5
225-5
245-13
185-10-5

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10 plates - 10 - 3

Calves
10 plates - 15 - 3

BW - 177lbs
Record yourself, it helps you see what you need to work on.
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:34 AM   #3607
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Arms day this morning.
Concentration curls, dumbbell hammer curls, rope curls, rope tricep pulldowns, skull crushers, tricep extentions. Then I came home and made a beautiful three egg omelet with avacado, chopped tomatoes, cilantro, cheddar, and sriracha and oatmeal with berries and honey.
this post fabricated just to rile up Tim.
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:37 AM   #3608
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Arms day this morning.
Concentration curls, dumbbell hammer curls, rope curls, rope tricep pulldowns, skull crushers, tricep extentions. Then I came home and made a beautiful three egg omelet with avacado, chopped tomatoes, cilantro, cheddar, and sriracha and oatmeal with berries and honey.
this post fabricated just to rile up Tim.
Too f'n funny!
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:41 AM   #3609
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Too f'n funny!
Whoa, did your spider sense go off or what!

(it was actually chest, shoulder, triceps, core day)
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Old 03-23-2013, 04:34 PM   #3610
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Today:

Barbell Squat:
45 lb x 10 reps (+42 pts)
95 lb x 5 reps (+50 pts)
135 lb x 5 reps (+66 pts)
185 lb x 5 reps (+92 pts)
185 lb x 5 reps (+92 pts)
185 lb x 5 reps (+92 pts)

Pendlay Row:
45 lb x 10 reps (+31 pts)
95 lb x 5 reps (+37 pts)
115 lb x 5 reps (+43 pts)
135 lb x 5 reps (+49 pts)
135 lb x 5 reps (+49 pts)
135 lb x 5 reps (+49 pts) - Those were terrible, my legs were shaking

Standing Military Press:
45 lb x 5 reps (+54 pts)
65 lb x 5 reps (+61 pts)
85 lb x 5 reps (+70 pts)
85 lb x 5 reps (+70 pts)
85 lb x 5 reps (+70 pts)

Pull-Up:
8 reps || weighted || 10 lb (+47 pts)
Wide-Grip Pull-Up:
8 reps || weighted || 10 lb (+39 pts)

BW: 127
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Old 03-23-2013, 04:38 PM   #3611
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Supposedly wide grip pullups are bad for the rotator cuff and don't have anymore benefit than just going a little closer.
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Old 03-23-2013, 05:05 PM   #3612
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Supposedly wide grip pullups are bad for the rotator cuff and don't have anymore benefit than just going a little closer.


You guys tell me to switch up grips on pull ups. Now there is a problem with going wide.

I'm guessing that any sort of lifting has the potential to hurt you if not done properly.



You guys keep telling me do to things and then end up contradicting yourselves as to what you previously told me...
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Old 03-23-2013, 05:11 PM   #3613
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Do whatever you want but I was told along time ago(on here) that they were a little harder on the rotator cuff. If I switch up the grip it's either over or under hand
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Old 03-23-2013, 05:15 PM   #3614
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You guys tell me to switch up grips on pull ups. Now there is a problem with going wide.

You guys keep telling me do to things and then end up contradicting yourselves as to what you previously told me...
I'm guessing the advice would have been to switch around between pronated, supinated, and neutral grips.

And don't worry about "advice" from fetus - it's generally contradictory to......well, everything.
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Old 03-23-2013, 05:18 PM   #3615
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. I remember exactly who told me it too.
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Old 03-23-2013, 06:38 PM   #3616
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You guys tell me to switch up grips on pull ups. Now there is a problem with going wide.

I'm guessing that any sort of lifting has the potential to hurt you if not done properly.



You guys keep telling me do to things and then end up contradicting yourselves as to what you previously told me...
If it comes from fetus, ignore it.

Foam Rolling, Mobility Work, Lacrosse ball - done!
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Old 03-23-2013, 06:53 PM   #3617
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Take it to heart. I am right. Just like doing pulldowns behind the neck stresses the shoulders.

All those things Tim listed will do nothing for your shoulder and stressing the joint. Look it up if you don't believe me or ask Tlou or anyone who actually knows what they are talking about.


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Old 03-23-2013, 06:54 PM   #3618
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Coming from someone with horrible rotator cuffs, they do not hurt me what so ever. Also why I told him to skip weighted pull-ups and dips, focus on the movement and contraction of muscles before you add weight
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All those things Tim listed will do nothing for your shoulder and stressing the joint. Look it up if you don't believe me or ask Tlou or anyone who actually knows what they are talking about.
Increasing shoulder mobility will do nothing in terms of reducing the chance of shoulder injury?
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No. The mobility will not change the fact that it is inheritintly(sp) worse to do very wide grip pullups., and that they don't show a huge beneift v gain over regular. That's all I am saying
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fetus, you're an idiot. This, we can all agree upon.

And what I listed was what I did tonight. Hence, it was on a separate line/sentence, etc. Regardless, all that I listed should be done by everyone. Its awesome for recovery and injury prevention.

I didn't really comment on the pull-ups because I have no idea what Jessekrs123 considers a wide-grip pull-up. Most people's wide grip often isn't that wide. And at 123 lbs, Jessekrs123 can fly around like an f'n monkey on crack and not put a lot of strain on his shoulders.

If it doesn't bother him, do it.

Who here thinks fetus should be banned from providing any and all advice on this forum? (unless its how to gargle cocks - this is something upon which fetus excels)
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No. The mobility will not change the fact that it is inheritintly(sp) worse to do very wide grip pullups.
I am not debating the effectiveness(or lack there of) but if you think shoulder mobility doesn't add to their inherent risk, then I disagree with that.

Also define "wide grip". Very vague description. It is like "close grip bench" to some close grip bench is hands almost touching, to someone like Chris it is one finger in from normal grip.

Same with behind the neck movements. IMO the worse your shoulder mobility, the more dangerous.(even if there is an inherent danger to begin with)

There is an inherent risk on everything. Every time you deadlift you can blow a disk, or **** your spleen out your *******.
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fetus, you're an idiot. This, we can all agree upon.

And what I listed was what I did tonight. Hence, it was on a separate line/sentence, etc. Regardless, all that I listed should be done by everyone. Its awesome for recovery and injury prevention.

I didn't really comment on the pull-ups because I have no idea what Jessekrs123 considers a wide-grip pull-up. Most people's wide grip often isn't that wide. And at 123 lbs, Jessekrs123 can fly around like an f'n monkey on crack and not put a lot of strain on his shoulders.

If it doesn't bother him, do it.

Who here thinks fetus should be banned from providing any and all advice on this forum? (unless its how to gargle cocks - this is something upon which fetus excels)
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No. The mobility will not change the fact that it is inheritintly(sp) worse to do very wide grip pullups., and that they don't show a huge beneift v gain over regular. That's all I am saying
Who the hell is talking about very wide pull-ups? The man said wide grip (as opposed to a narrow grip). You're chattering away about **** that isn't even an issue.
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I am not debating the effectiveness(or lack there of) but if you think shoulder mobility doesn't add to their inherent risk, then I disagree with that.

Also define "wide grip". Very vague description. It is like "close grip bench" to some close grip bench is hands almost touching, to someone like Chris it is one finger in from normal grip.

Same with behind the neck movements. IMO the worse your shoulder mobility, the more dangerous.(even if there is an inherent danger to begin with)

There is an inherent risk on everything. Every time you deadlift you can blow a disk, or **** your spleen out your *******.
I agree. Great way to put it
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