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    fair enough!
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    Here is today's workout:

    barbell bench press RI 90-120 seconds
    set #1 - 10 reps at 115(warmup)
    set #2 - 4 reps at 155 lbs
    set #3 - 4 reps at 165 lbs
    set #4 - 4 reps at 175 lbs PR

    I haven't benched that much ever so today I was finding where my strength is at and got a PR on the way. woohoo.

    incline dumb bell press RI 90 seconds
    set #1 - 4 reps at x2 70 lbs
    set #2 - 4 reps at x2 75 lbs

    hammer strength wide chest press machine RI 90 seconds
    set #1 - 4 reps at 105 lbs each side
    set #2 - 6 reps at 115 lbs each side

    it is really easy to load up alot of weight on this machine. Both sets weren't close to failure at all. I def. recommend this machine to anyone who wants to look wicked strong. kekeke

    dips RI 90 seconds
    set #1 - 6 reps at bodyweight
    set #2 - 6 reps at bodyweight

    close grip cable pushdowns
    set #1 - 6 at 130 lbs
    set #2 - 6 at 140 lbs

    Finally a good chest/triceps workout. I didn't go to failure on any sets which is very different from what I usually do. I'm gonna to try to keep going to failure to a minumum for a while.
    Last edited by fufu; 04-17-2006 at 02:49 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDyl
    True Story, I've been cutting for like 8 months, and I'm still not close to ab's, but I have sucessfully lost 50 LB's on my bench.
    lawl I didn't even see that you posted until today.

    That's so silly!

    Did you really lose 50 lbs on your bench?
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    If that were a true story, and it was me, I would stop. I won't sacrifice strength for vanity, at least not for more than 2 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fufu
    lawl I didn't even see that you posted until today.

    That's so silly!

    Did you really lose 50 lbs on your bench?

    True Story, btw, why didn't you answer me on aim lawl
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    Oh, I think Americans understand that the one thing conservatives hate the most is the idea of spending American tax money on Americans. . .in America.


    Your tax money is safe. . .in Iraq.
    Total ownage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDyl
    True Story, btw, why didn't you answer me on aim lawl
    Well when you bench 14088 pounds, 50 isn't such a big deal.

    ahahaha that was you. You know, I had a powerful feeling that was you!! I was away sleeping. Message me when I don't have an away message up!
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    Here is today's workout:

    wide grip pullups RI 90 seconds
    set #1 - 8 at bodyweight
    set #2 - 7 at bodyweight

    I haven't done pullups in like 4 weeks. oh well.

    barbell rows pronated grip RI 90 seconds
    set #1 - 6 reps at 155 lbs
    set #2 - 7 reps at 145 lbs (meant to do 6 but my mind was wandering)
    set #3 - 6 reps at 145 lbs

    seated cable rows neutral grip RI 90 seconds
    set #1 - 6 reps at 150 lbs
    set #2 - 6 reps at 150 lbs

    deadlifts from the floor RI 2 minutes
    set #1 - 10 reps at 135 lbs (warm up) DOH
    set #2 - 6 reps at 255 lbs DOH
    set #3 - 6 reps at 265 lbs DOH
    set #4 - 6 reps at 275 lbs DOH PR

    EZ bar curls RI 75 seconds
    set #1 - 10 reps at 20 lbs +bar (warm up)
    set #2 - 8 reps at 40 lbs +bar
    set #3 - 7 reps at 40 lbs +bar

    machine preacher curls RI 75 seconds
    set #1 - 8 reps at 120 lbs
    set #2 - 8 reps at 110 lbs

    cable curls
    set #1 - 10 reps at 90 lbs

    I decided to indulge in a couple extra sets of curls today. kekeke.

    Good workout today. My mind was in la-la land until I started deadlifts. Today I had some trouble mentally deadlifting. On my last set I started twice by only pulling the bar like an 1/8th of the way up and then dropping it because my mind wasn't ready. The first rep is always killer. On my third attempt I pulled it all the way up and proceeded to do 5 more reps. On the last rep it felt like my lower abdomon turned inside out. No pain at all though and it feels fine. I def. felt good because as of like 3 months ago my deadlift max was 265.
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    The first rep is always killer.
    Same here. The reason is because you are starting from scratch. Once you get the first one up, you gain momentum and it continually gets easier along the way until you reach total failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiznit2169
    Same here. The reason is because you are starting from scratch. Once you get the first one up, you gain momentum and it continually gets easier along the way until you reach total failure.
    That shouldn't be the case... You should set the bar fully on the ground each rep, not doing so can lead to sloppy form, and possibly injury. Even if I'm doing reps for deadlifts, I make sure to let the bar rest ~ 1 second on the ground before I start the next rep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanp156
    That shouldn't be the case... You should set the bar fully on the ground each rep, not doing so can lead to sloppy form, and possibly injury. Even if I'm doing reps for deadlifts, I make sure to let the bar rest ~ 1 second on the ground before I start the next rep.
    Oh ya, i do that. I let the bar fully on the ground for a quick second or two and then lift it up again. It just seems easier after the 1st rep because you already got used to the motion and the intensity/adrenaline increases.

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    Whenever I complete a rep I let most of the tension from my hands go for a second then squeeze the bar and pull again, but never stopping the rhythem. That first fucking rep! It's funny because you end up looking like you are trying to max out when you are just trying to get the ball rolling for several more reps.
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    Lol it's a little late but i'm signing on man. Shit i wish i could even do 4 pull ups. Also how long do your workouts usually last?

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