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    Who here has the courage and conviction to post there workout??

    I think it would be of great value to everyone if we could see what kind of routines we are using, because from what ive been told my routine is a joke!
    seems to work for me tho!
    and i get the feeling everyones terrified of exposing there way of doing things for fear of someone telling them there routine is a joke!
    my routine looks somthing like this?

    75kg x 6 reps x 3 sets - last set can some times be 5
    65kg x 6 x 3 - again somtimes down to 4 or 5 on last set
    60kg x 6 x 2
    55kg x 6 x 3
    barcurl 35kg x 12 x 6 sets
    overhead press 35kg x 12 x 3 sets
    overhead press 25kg x 12 x 3 sets
    dead lift 50k x 17 x 6 or more sets - until back burns out!

    i do this (almost) everyday
    takes three to five hours - an idea of how oftern and what kind of time it takes would be valuable also!
    Thats about it really?
    ANYONE IN HERE GOT BALLS??

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanzenkoan
    I think it would be of great value to everyone if we could see what kind of routines we are using, because from what ive been told my routine is a joke!
    seems to work for me tho!
    and i get the feeling everyones terrified of exposing there way of doing things for fear of someone telling them there routine is a joke!
    my routine looks somthing like this?

    75kg x 6 reps x 3 sets - last set can some times be 5
    65kg x 6 x 3 - again somtimes down to 4 or 5 on last set
    60kg x 6 x 2
    55kg x 6 x 3
    barcurl 35kg x 12 x 6 sets
    overhead press 35kg x 12 x 3 sets
    overhead press 25kg x 12 x 3 sets
    dead lift 50k x 17 x 6 or more sets - until back burns out!

    takes three to five hours - an idea of what kind of time it takes would be valuable also!
    Thats about it really?
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    go check the journal section about 100 people already have their workouts posted.....
    "Strength is the product of struggle"

    "Your greatest challenge isn't another person. Its the burning in your lungs and the burning in your legs, its the voice in your head screaming STOP you cant do anymore. But you dont listen. You push harder and you start to hear a the whisper of YOU CAN. You realize you are not the person you thought you were is no match for the person you are."

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    Lmao
    A bunch of people post their workouts, you are just too ************************************************** *****************************to look through the threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WantItBad
    go check the journal section about 100 people already have their workouts posted.....
    This man is a certifiable genius. Mensa material, really.
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    p.s sanzen your workout is a joke...anyone else with me on this one 3-5 hours in the gym?
    "Strength is the product of struggle"

    "Your greatest challenge isn't another person. Its the burning in your lungs and the burning in your legs, its the voice in your head screaming STOP you cant do anymore. But you dont listen. You push harder and you start to hear a the whisper of YOU CAN. You realize you are not the person you thought you were is no match for the person you are."

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    Quote Originally Posted by WantItBad
    p.s sanzen your workout is a joke...anyone else with me on this one 3-5 hours in the gym?
    Looks like the most comprehensive and effective workout routine I've ever read in my life. It puts P-Funk's and GoPro's little 'theories' to shame...
    Push yourself. Enjoy yourself. Be yourself.
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    R man - now i look stupid!

    you guy are all mean!

    Im gonna tell my mam on you!

    thanks for the jornal link tho! lmao


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    Quote Originally Posted by sanzenkoan
    R man - now i look stupid!

    you guy are all mean!

    Im gonna tell my mam on you!

    thanks for the jornal link tho! lmao

    Don't take it to heart. Just feel free to browse around the forum a little more next time before you go ahead and start a thread about the absence of an entire section of the forum, haha.
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    You're doing approximately 30 sets and it's taking you 3-5 hours? That translates to 6 to 10 minutes per set. What could you possibly be doing in between sets?

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    standing with a foot up on a bench talking to everyone?
    "Strength is the product of struggle"

    "Your greatest challenge isn't another person. Its the burning in your lungs and the burning in your legs, its the voice in your head screaming STOP you cant do anymore. But you dont listen. You push harder and you start to hear a the whisper of YOU CAN. You realize you are not the person you thought you were is no match for the person you are."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triple Threat
    You're doing approximately 30 sets and it's taking you 3-5 hours? That translates to 6 to 10 minutes per set. What could you possibly be doing in between sets?
    push-ups
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    Quote Originally Posted by WantItBad
    standing with a foot up on a bench talking to everyone?
    We already know what you do between sets.
    Push yourself. Enjoy yourself. Be yourself.
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    "Don't take it to heart. Just feel free to browse around the forum a little more next time before you go ahead and start a thread about the absence of an entire section of the forum, haha."

    Will do!LMAO

    "You're doing approximately 30 sets and it's taking you 3-5 hours? That translates to 6 to 10 minutes per set. What could you possibly be doing in between sets?"

    R man - ive already had this!lol smoking and listerning to music - but i usually do more sets than ive got written down there thats just a bare minimum!


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    Quote Originally Posted by WantItBad
    standing with a foot up on a bench talking to everyone?

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    3-5 hours in the gym, haha.

    while i was in the gym for probably 45-60 minutes, my workout lasted only 25 and it was much better than yours.

    your routine sucks, plain and simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sanzenkoan
    I think it would be of great value to everyone if we could see what kind of routines we are using

    What are you, mad? It will never work, it will be total chaos. The thread would degenerate into a big whoring fest...Sorta like P-funks journal.
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    lol!
    I tell you one thing tho if everyone wrote there routine out in a condensed way like i have - for example - i do this then this then this then this for however many sets and reps it would be alot more easy to compare em?
    if you know what i mean?
    a journal can be quite a read?

    like it would be great for someone like me if after posting...

    "3-5 hours in the gym, haha.

    while i was in the gym for probably 45-60 minutes, my workout lasted only 25 and it was much better than yours.

    your routine sucks, plain and simple."

    you wrote what you actually did! lol

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    why does it take courage to post your routine? theres no courage involved unless you have down syndrome which i seriously don't doubt, sanzenkoan.
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    you might be right!LMAO!
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    We should have a place on this website where we can talk about Diet & Nutrition.


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    I think a section specifically devoted to one person attaining 50,000 posts in under a year is more appropriate for a fitness site.
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    I think what i was saying was we should have different workouts condensed and written out side by side so they can be compared!
    i think its a good idea again now!lol

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    how about a place where we can learn proper form, techniques, & routines. Post questions about weight training as it relates to muscle building. that would be realy helpful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanzenkoan


    if I was you I would sign up with a new account because your never going to live this thread down!

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    I'm currently performing a powerlifting routine utilizing conjugate periodization. There is a general template to it, but I change the exercises virtually every session, although I try to cycle the same pool so I can track progress. This template is a little tweaked from the base to cater to the fact that I lift without aid.

    The template goes something like this:

    Monday - ME Squat/Deadlift Day
    Maximum Effort Lift: Squat, deadlift, or good morning variation @ 1-3RM.
    Accessory Lift: Compound movement that hits the posterior chain.
    Accessory Lift 2: Unilateral movement that is more quad-dominant.
    Accessory Lift 3: Lower back movement.
    Accessory Lift 4: Core movement rotating among transverse, frontal, and sagittal planes.
    Accessory Lift 5: Another core movement on a different plane of movement.
    Prehabilitation: Although the unilateral movement sometimes doubles as this, I will sometimes toss in another uni movement or a lift on the frontal plane.

    Wednesday - ME Bench Press Day
    Maximum Effort Lift: Bench press variation @ 1-3RM.
    Accessory Lift: Generally a compound pressing movement.
    Accessory Lift 2: Pulling movement rotating among vertical/horizontal planes.
    Accessory Lift 3: Tricep-dominant pressing or isolation movement.
    Accessory Lift 4: Upper back work or extra compound pull.
    Accessory Lift 5: Grip work.
    Prehabilitation: Rotator cuff stuff.

    Friday - DE Squat/Deadlift Day
    Maximum Effort Lift: Squat, deadlift, or cleans @ 60-70% 1RM for 8x2.
    Accessory Lift: A more quad-dominant compound movement.
    Accessory Lift 2: Unilateral movement that is fairly hip-dominant.
    Accessory Lift 3: Lower back movement.
    Accessory Lift 4: Core movement rotating among transverse, frontal, and sagittal planes.
    Accessory Lift 5: Another core movement on a different plane of movement.
    Prehabilitation: Although the unilateral movement sometimes doubles as this, I will sometimes toss in another uni movement or a lift on the frontal plane.

    Sunday- ME Bench Press Day
    Maximum Effort Lift: Bench press @ 50-60% 1RM for 8x3.
    Accessory Lift: Generally a compound pressing movement.
    Accessory Lift 2: Pulling movement rotating among vertical/horizontal planes.
    Accessory Lift 3: Tricep-dominant pressing or isolation movement.
    Accessory Lift 4: Upper back work or bicep isolation movement.
    Accessory Lift 5: Grip work.
    Prehabilitation: Rotator cuff stuff.


    That's essentially it now, although I may change after the competition.
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    F'ing hell!
    THANKS MAN!!!!!
    this rules!

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    cp, you didnt tell him how long you were in the gym for. this guys going to be pissed.
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