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Old 03-09-2010, 07:10 PM   #11
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Great looking workouts man, way to go!! Keep at it.
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Old 03-10-2010, 02:42 AM   #12
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Good job Mombow. I like arnold presses. I have never used them combined with a curl. I will have to try it.
Haha, like Arnold Presses? They drain my arms dry like crazy, I can do so much more weight for so many more reps on just plan old db presses :/. But they are a great exercise and I really feel them so that's a plus. Plus I feel it's more natural for my arms to twist when going through the motion as opposed to the more traditional curl and press. I've actually in fact developed a penchant for DBs since I started. I didn't get around to getting a spotter to a couple months ago, lets just say, dropping a 100 lb dumbell on your chest is much less debilitating to having to manage to roll 200lbs off you neck.
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Also, anyone listen to prog rock while they work out? It's the ****, I like to envision myself as fighting dragons and rescuing fairy princesses to it while I work up a sweat.

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We talking stuff like Manowar? haha. Manowar is the ****!
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Nice deadlifts. Had no clue you were that strong. Great job.
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good looking full body workout. I'll be interested to see how it works out for you over time. I have contemplated going to a full body routine at some point just to see how my body responds to it. I used it when I first started lifting and had great results, but I was a noobie and that was expected. I have wondered though how my body would respond to it if I went back to it. I'll be keeping tabs on your progress.
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Thanks guys, nah horror, I'm afraid I'm into more over "pussy ****" (genesis, van de graaf, gentle giant etc.)

@Bend I can gain strength relatively rapidly when I'm motivated. Actually I just got off the phone with my dad trying to work out a deal on acquiring weight lifting gear for the summer. He told me he also had a brief bout with weight lifting when he was younger and worked his way up to almost my strength in a comparable amount of time, go figure.

@ Ole grunt: Strangely, my arms are the sorest they've been in a while, which is surprising because I only hit them directly about twice per cycle for only 1 set. But then again I've been focusing on muscle synergy trying to using each much in the most efficient way on my compounds.
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I weighed in at 218 lbs with 2 good meals in me and fully clothed

The workout took longer than expected but went good, I think I'll take 2-3 days for recovery this time

Front squats - sucked until I tried cross grip (my flexibility interdicted my ability to rest the bar on my chest) - I worked my way up in sets 5 until I reached 225lb, trying to keep myself deep (at least below parrallel in lighter sets) and had a good run, I feel I had more potential in this lift but don't want to do anything stupid until I know how to actually do it.

Clean and Press - PRed (I know, I just started 3 sessions ago but I'm still young and full of zest) - I got 225 lbs (with a failure on the press initially .) - I had a sticking point midwqay through the press but I expected so much as my shoulders were still a bit sore on that point. Followed with a DC set of 160s 6/3/2 and omitted shoulders today .

Incline Bench Press: 90n lbs - 6 reps followed by and extremely forced 2 reps. This premature failure was probably attributable to killing my shoulders earlier but I also feel like my chest has the most lethargic recovery time, but then again, I've made impressive gains on it in the past with only doing 1 set of db bp per workout. Compound that to the fact I don't really do inclines, and I'm not too disapointed.

Pullovers 12/5/3 - 95 pounds - felt good

Goodmornings - 135lbs 10/5/3 or something I forget

Lunges - 90lbs - until form feel to ****

Bent Over row- 225 lbs 6/4/3

Situps 2x12 70lbs
Shrugs -315 lbs
Drag Curls: 70 lbs 12/6/4

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Great workout Mombow. Keep pushing hard.
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