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CoopDawg 05-31-2011 09:36 PM

THE SKY IS MY LIMIT-Coop's Log
 
First off, Im gonna actually try n keep this log up to date, i am training with a bodybuilder, in just a week with training with him im noticing new things, he hits every muscle from every angle and thats how we are hitting it.


Back

Barbell Rows

Warm up
95x10
95x10


WORK SETS

115x8
135x8
165x8
185x8


T-bar rows(using the end of the barbell loaded)
105x8
115x8
115x8


One arm barbell row (load one end of barbell)
65x8
65x8
65x8


3/4deadlifts
135x12
185x12
205x12
250x12
300x8

BendtheBar 06-01-2011 09:04 AM

What are 3/4 deadlifts? Rack deadlifts?

Speaking of every angle...you guys do any pullups/pull downs on back days, or does he stick to rows?

TitanCT 06-01-2011 09:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CoopDawg (Post 141391)
First off, Im gonna actually try n keep this log up to date, i am training with a bodybuilder, in just a week with training with him im noticing new things, he hits every muscle from every angle and thats how we are hitting it.


Back

Barbell Rows

Warm up
95x10
95x10


WORK SETS

115x8
135x8
165x8
185x8


T-bar rows(using the end of the barbell loaded)
105x8
115x8
115x8


One arm barbell row (load one end of barbell)
65x8
65x8
65x8


3/4deadlifts
135x12
185x12
205x12
250x12
300x8



every muscle from every angle? these are all back thickness exercises..where the hell are your exercises to work the width?
Trainer FAIL.

strkout35 06-01-2011 10:13 AM

like the other guys said, consider adding some vertical pulling. Good luck with the routine Coop, looking forward to you doing some serious work here

Abaddon 06-01-2011 10:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by strkout35 (Post 141470)
like the other guys said, consider adding some vertical pulling. Good luck with the routine Coop, looking forward to you doing some serious work here

I am holding my breath, are you?

TitanCT 06-01-2011 10:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Abaddon (Post 141471)
I am holding my breath, are you?

you gonna die, sir.

Abaddon 06-01-2011 10:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TitanCT (Post 141472)
you gonna die, sir.

Sarcasm fail?

strkout35 06-01-2011 10:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Abaddon (Post 141471)
I am holding my breath, are you?

Coop's been a member of the forum for a long time, as have I. I don't care if he changes his routine alot, he can do whatever he wants. He's always given me loads of positive encouragement, and I really appreciate his presence on the forum. If you have a problem with him asking for advice and not using it then I have a simple solution for you: don't give him advice. There's no reason to discourage him and talk shit. If you're not here to encourage other lifters then you're the one who needs to get off the forum. That's what this forum has been about since day one. If you're not gonna give encouragement, or constructive criticism then get out of his log.

LtL 06-01-2011 10:35 AM

I agree with Strkout. This isn't bb.com. If you don't have anything positive to post, don't post.

At the end of the day actions speak louder than words. If Coop posts and trains hard great. If he doesn't post and doesn't train, we haven't lost anything: he has. Let's leave the riding to the bodytrolls yeah.

LtL

Abaddon 06-01-2011 10:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by strkout35 (Post 141476)
Coop's been a member of the forum for a long time, as have I. I don't care if he changes his routine alot, he can do whatever he wants. He's always given me loads of positive encouragement, and I really appreciate his presence on the forum. If you have a problem with him asking for advice and not using it then I have a simple solution for you: don't give him advice. There's no reason to discourage him and talk shit. If you're not here to encourage other lifters then you're the one who needs to get off the forum. That's what this forum has been about since day one. If you're not gonna give encouragement, or constructive criticism then get out of his log.

Quote:

Originally Posted by LtL (Post 141478)
I agree with Strkout. This isn't bb.com. If you don't have anything positive to post, don't post.

At the end of the day actions speak louder than words. If Coop posts and trains hard great. If he doesn't post and doesn't train, we haven't lost anything: he has. Let's leave the riding to the bodytrolls yeah.

LtL

Fair enough, gentleman.


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