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Old 06-13-2008, 05:50 AM   #31
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Nice planks man they are quite hard
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Old 06-13-2008, 05:57 AM   #32
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these planks really help in building abs looks good, dude!
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Old 06-13-2008, 06:56 AM   #33
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they do help...i notice my stomach sticking out farther...but..it's muscle

i can't decide if i wanna do rdl's today...or just conventional deadlifts...i really wanna use my chalk

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Old 06-13-2008, 09:27 AM   #34
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Missed the posting from 0311, ada Darkhorse . I've been busy and not had time to read everything as of late. Thanks for the props, bud...I'm a gonna calm down a bit on the posting though, lol, I'm spending more time on other people's training than my own ..give you something to do.

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Old 06-13-2008, 11:04 AM   #35
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good shit with everything pity. i didnt even notice you started a new thread. i just been pissed off about not being able to wokr out so i havent been on the training/personal journal threads to much. good luck with everything.

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What is a bar walkout btw? Do you just like unrack the bar and walk back to squat start position and then back in?

Keep up the great work with the planks btw. I think they're too hard for my blood. lol

Oh ya, and Monsta, hang in there. You're probably going crazy not being able to work out. I know I would.

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What is a bar walkout btw? Do you just like unrack the bar and walk back to squat start position and then back in?

Keep up the great work with the planks btw. I think they're too hard for my blood. lol

Oh ya, and Monsta, hang in there. You're probably going crazy not being able to work out. I know I would.

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yeah....just unrack...walk out...hold for a certain time...walk back...rack. mr. eric said it's good for lower back endurance..and core stuffz.


monsta...good luck with your shit man...that would suck ass :(

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Old 06-13-2008, 02:34 PM   #38
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6/13/08

bulgarians - 40, 3 x 5

bench - 135, 3 x 5

rdl's - 90, 3 x 6

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pullups: 5 pounds - 5, 5 ,5 ,5 ,5
captains chair: 2 x 10
side planks: 50 on each side

10 min hiit jump rope


everything felt good...i think i'm gonna start the week out what i end up at the week before on bulgarians. i can finally feel size coming back into my legs. god i missed that and my hammies definitely missed the rdl's.

been eating great this week...i've been off work. had have like a pound of lean beef a day and a pound of chicken all whole grain carbs...oatmeal...eggs...peanut butter and olive oil and veggies.

a couple weeks ago when i was at the doctor...forgot to mention this...my resting heart rate was 56. that got me excited...i'm gonna get a physical for the first time in like....10 years...anxious to see how my cholesterol levels are.

hopefully the u.s. open will be on this weekend instead of 24/7 flood coverage since we have 93 other news stations that are actually in the areas hit...maybe nbc will take a break
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Old 06-13-2008, 02:48 PM   #39
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Looking good. Keep up the progression

I've never seen someone so excited about getting his prostrate checked
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Old 06-13-2008, 03:04 PM   #40
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hahaha...i doubt that will happen...i got a few more years till that maybe less if i start pissing funny
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