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Old 06-03-2010, 02:48 PM   #31
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OOOOWWWWW! Low back retardedly sore today. Damn. Wish I had a pool to do cardio in or something...
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Awesome deadlifts, I can see why your low back is sore.

For pullups, something that worked for a buddy of mine was to do his set of 4 or 5, take a very short rest period like 15 seconds, and then try to get another rep or 2. not sure if it will work for you but just a thought, also static holds at the top may help
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Old 06-05-2010, 12:32 PM   #33
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So that whole "getting drunk" thing at night? Yeah, never again. My workout badly suffered because of it.

Squats: 135x6, 185x6, 225x5, 275 for 5, 4, 1, 1. I suppose it didn't help either that my upper traps were crying in agony from deadlifts Wednesday either though with the bar on my back.

DBOH press: 60's for 5x5

Bench Press: 135x5, 205x3, 195 x4, x3, x3

BOBB rows: 195 for 5, 5, 3, 4, 3.
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So that whole "getting drunk" thing at night? Yeah, never again. My workout badly suffered because of it.
I still remember a back workout I did the day following a night of heavy drinking. I think that was the last time I got tanked the night before working out.
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Old 06-06-2010, 01:56 AM   #35
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OK, DECISION TIME!

In 2-3 weeks I'd say, I will be pretty much be back at the highest level of strength I have achieved thus far. However, I am approx. 7% BF over what I normally am (and prefer to be). I have a choice to make.

1. Focus on getting stronger, switching to a West Side barbell program, eating enough for maximal performance, and rely on my increased activity level to aid me in losing body fat as a "side effect,"

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sacrifice maximal training (keeping the WSBB program), doing the Anabolic Diet, and an EC stack to lose body fat. FTR, I ****ing love ephedrine and caffeine stacks.

Or even if anyone has any other ideas.

I'd like to get several opinions on this.
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Old 06-07-2010, 12:32 AM   #36
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Now I'm up to 185.4, however, the damn scale is tellin me I'm now at 24% BF. Honestly, I'm gonna go with the metabolic diet after these next 3 weeks are over. I'll be done with my research then too.

I can't complain, since I haven't been eating particularly clean. I've been more worried about properly recovering from exercise.
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Old 06-07-2010, 09:09 AM   #37
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I would lift heavy and eat at a slight calorie deficit, adding in cardio 3 to 5 times a week. How does the metabolic diet have you eat?
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1. <30g of carbs Monday thru to the following Friday (12 days)
2. Carb up Sat and Sun.
3. <30g of carbs M-F (5 days)
4. Carb up on the weekends
5. Repeat 3 and 4.
Vegetables allowed (of course)

I've had good results in the past with it. I won't mind doing it again. I'm not one to micromanage my diet. I'd rather follow basic rules and just go from there.

Thanks for the input, BTB.
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Deadlifts: 135, 225, 315 all x5.
365x5, 5, 4. Tweaked a lower right back muscle, stopped doing them. I felt my form go bad, my fault.

Incline DBBP: 75's x5, 80's x5, 85's x5, x3, 80's x5

Pullups: BW 5x4, then a couple holding sets at the top.

Lateral raises: 30's x10, 8, 8.

Then crushed biceps- Supinated 90lbs, then immediately went to 80, then 70, then 60, then 50, then 40. As many as I could.

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I've had good results in the past with it. I won't mind doing it again. I'm not one to micromanage my diet. I'd rather follow basic rules and just go from there.
I'm the same way. I have eating philosophies but I don't like counting grams of anything
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