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Old 09-23-2010, 11:46 AM   #71
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keep up the log EV..i think its time to see a masseuse, you been working your body hard.
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Old 09-23-2010, 03:16 PM   #72
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keep up the log EV..i think its time to see a masseuse, you been working your body hard.
Oh, if only...not in the budget, tho.
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Shoulders/Forearms

Military Press: 50x10 50x10 50x10 40x10
Seated Arnie Press: 50x8 50x6 40x8
Lateral Raise Dropsets (10 reps each weight): 20,15,12 20,15, 12 15,12, 10
Reverse Laterals: 25x10 20x10 (on incline) 25x10
Shrugs: 110x10 (x3)
Wrist Curl Over Bench: 15x12 (x2)
Static Barbell Hold: 24 to failure (x2)

Can anyone tell me why I'm doing military presses AND Arnie presses? They seem like just about the same exercise to me, the Arnie press being only a slight variation from the military press. When I do the Arnie presses, I'm fatigued from the military presses so I feel like they're kind of a waste of time. Or maybe the point is to fatigue the muscles, I dunno. I just think it's...weird. Like doing bench presses and then incline presses right afterward (like I was doing on my Monday routine).

Also, I've noticed that I seem to get more of a forearm workout on Tuesdays with deadlifts and rows than I do today when I'm actually working the forearms. On Tuesdays my forearms get rock hard and today, well, not so much.
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Legs

Leg Presses: 120x10 (x4)
Leg Extensions: 55x10 (x3)
Leg Curls: 45x10 (x3)
SLDL's: 130x8 (x3)
Seated Calf Raises: 165x10 (x4)

For the last week and a half or so, my lower back has been really sore and grabbing, something I haven't experienced since I started doing deadlifts. I haven't been able to figure out why but I knew it had to be bad form in my deadlifts, although that didn't make sense to me since I didn't think I hadn't changed my form since I started. I mean, if I was going to have bad form, it'd be at the beginning, right? Well I think I've caught myself rounding my back when I come back down on the DL's, esp. on the left side, and that's the side that hurts most. Why I've started doing this now is beyond me but hopefully I can stop doing it now that I know that I AM doing it.

Increased my weights this week which is a good sign that the leg is coming back. On the upswing now and feeling pretty good about it. Obviously not where I want to be at this point in the game but I'll take what I can get.
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Increased my weights this week which is a good sign that the leg is coming back. On the upswing now and feeling pretty good about it. Obviously not where I want to be at this point in the game but I'll take what I can get.
Good to hear it EV.

Regarding military and Arnie presses...Arnie presses hit the front delts a bit more. I like having 2 pressing movements on shoulder day, but that's personal preference. Some folks do only one press, then they move on to lateral raises, etc.

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Good to hear it EV.

Regarding military and Arnie presses...Arnie presses hit the front delts a bit more. I like having 2 pressing movements on shoulder day, but that's personal preference. Some folks do only one press, then they move on to lateral raises, etc.

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So I'm not sure who designed it. I guess what you say makes sense. I knew there had to be a reason, just didn't know what the reason was. My shoulders are def. growing so I'm not complaining too much.
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Monday: Went into the gym really feeling like I was gonna smash it. Not sure if I did, but I felt great. I can feel myself getting stronger each week.

Chest/Triceps

Incline Bench: 80x10 80x9 80x8
Assisted Dips: 50x10 50x8 50x7
Pec-Deck Flyes: 45x10 40x10 40x9
Dumbbell Pullovers: 30x10 (x2)
Cable Tricep Pushdowns: 80x9 (rope) 60x8 (straight bar) 70x7 (rope) 50x9 (straight bar)
Seated Two-Arm Dumbbell Extensions: 30x10 30x10 25x10

Monday was my last day of a full dose of the Muscle Marinade. Today (Tuesday) I probably have like a half dose left, which makes sense because the first time I ever took it, I tried a half a dose. So Purus did a really good job of packaging the product so that you're not left with some weird quantity.

Oh yeah, and here's my latest diet thing: I've been getting into eating coconut oil big time. I cook in it, I put it in my smoothies, hell I'll just take a spoonful of it. Apparently it's like God's gift to humans or something. Unlike most oils, it gets broken down straight in the liver and converts to ketones so it's burned for energy instead of being deposited as adipose. Anyway, I DID feel energetic yesterday morning after adding it to my smoothy and I had a funny ketogenic taste in my mouth, and I was sweating like a pig (sexy!). So there may be something to it. Also I use it as a facial moisturizer. Yup, straight from the jar to my face and it works beautifully. I may just be onto something.
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