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Old 02-16-2013, 07:09 PM   #21
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i took 1 scoop today - 1 1/2 yesterday...effects seem to be kicking-in in about 20 mins...
That's about right. Many, myself included, find that it helps you "want to" workout. Of course I enjoy it, but it just kicks me in the butt and says, "Get thee to the Gym!"
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actually surprised i can feel the caffeine working..

2/15 workout:

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front squats: 220x5x5
good mornings: 90x2x10
legpress: 450x3x8, 270x15
calf raise on legpress: 270x2x25
seated calf raise:70x20, 120x20

Prob wasn't the best idea to do a leg workout after walking around the SD Zoo for about 4 hours, but did it anyway. This time around, I was actually fatigued during my rest periods,
[ was also doing 2 min rests because gym was closing soon ] but not during my work sets. I found myself (surprisingly) getting those squats up easier than I expected. I plan on moving my legpress weight up to 500lbs as they don't challenge me as they used to. By "not challenge," i mean that my legs aren't shaking like they used to.
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Looking good sir! A nice increase on the leg press sounds needed then
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Who knows? A leg workout after that much walking may just work out some possible soreness you would've had. Then again you may have additive stress and can't get outta bed the next day.
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With a 220 Front Squat, I think you can do much more on the leg press! Keep WORKIN HARD brother!


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front squats: 220x5x5
good mornings: 90x2x10
legpress: 450x3x8, 270x15
calf raise on legpress: 270x2x25
seated calf raise:70x20, 120x20

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^ Thanks for the good words Kenn!

I'm sure I can do more on the legpress [ idk what the sled weight is, so i dont include it ], but I like to try and control the negative a little more. I'm also trying to see if my legs are more responsive to high reps or high weight - did the Russian Squat Routine once and my legs grew. So I'm thinking...higher weight on squats and higher reps/mod.weight for legPress. I see some high weight legPress in the near future though, I'm not much of a fan of back squatting just yet - I have yet to settle on Oly or Powerlifting type squats.
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2/18 - Monday - Upper Power

Chin-ups: 3x9 [ 1 set pronated, 2 neutral ]
DB rows: 90x5, 95x5, 100x3x5 [ last set = dead stop rows ]

Incline bench: 295x5x5
Seated flat bench, plate loaded Hoist: 230x12, 280x12

Db Curls: 40lbs x 22, 50x2x12
Pushdowns: 145x13, 160x2x13
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So it's seems like Juggernaut HP kicks-in fairly quick [for me] - in about 20 mins, I was caffeinated [1 scoop] & ready to go. Pulling power feels stronger - I have history with the 100's ( db rows), but am using less effort to get those guys up - we'll see when i hit some Kroc rows this week. Definitely felt strong on the bench - was a first doing 295 for 25 total reps; shoulders feeling not so great though, but managed to control the negatives and push hard thru the reps.

280x12 on the chest press was surprisingly easy - definitely left at least 3 in the tank.
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Who knows? A leg workout after that much walking may just work out some possible soreness you would've had. Then again you may have additive stress and can't get outta bed the next day.
Actually no ill effects the day after - well not more than usual - was sore in the quads and glutes, but not anymore than usual.

I'm not sure of the exact article or science, but I read somewhere that walking is good re-hab/pre-hab for those who are into squatting and DL'ing - so now I warm-up with a walk on lower-body day & walk the day after as cardio with some H.I.I.T. on a bike or elliptical to top it off.

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I came in to respond to your workout but once I scrolled down further I lost focus. lol.
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