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Old 12-06-2007, 12:27 PM   #11
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lol. well hey everybody has their preference. thos handles are to kind to your hands though. it makes me no difference though. those things burned

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Old 12-06-2007, 12:40 PM   #12
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Yeah. They do look good though, and thanks for the link. The knurled metal can do a number on you if it slips. Like you said it's individual preference. I am basically holding onto smooth wood so that makes me have to really dig in with the grip at the same time I'm "rolling" it so that is why I like it. All in all it's a great and convenient way to train it. Sometimes I like to follow that with a deadhang to finish it off

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If you act sanctimonious I will just list out your logical fallacies until you get pissed off and spew blasphemous remarks.
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Old 12-06-2007, 07:18 PM   #13
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what is a deadhang. and if you talk about that knurled metal slipping andd dropping on your foot, that wont happen. i usually hangd my arms over a high bar in the gym so my body is isolated form my forearms. i try to keep it so they have no assistants from my shoulders, or i wont be swinging the weight up. what kind of stick did you find was heavy enough to handle the weight though?
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Old 12-07-2007, 06:21 AM   #14
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No, I am not worrying about the weight dropping. More about the skin tearing (not that I'm really worried).

It's just a good piece of round wood, just about an 1 and 1/8" inch thick or so. The kind of wood that is used for big curtain or drapery rods (smooth not fluted). They come plain unfinished and are also used inside those metal shiny ones, since solid metal would be too heavy, I guess. It's just a big wooden dowel or pole. As far as strength, a piece of wood like that is way strong. I don't know exactly what kind of wood it is though.
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Old 12-09-2007, 06:43 PM   #15
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oh ok that sounds good. well hopefully i dont rip the skin off my hands with mines lol. an dim gonan buy some more of those strangth grippers form that website i forwarded to you. i have the level 4 and level 1.


ok fellas this is the first day of working out.

200 pushups

yeah i know its not a lot. but im almost 300 pounds give me a break lol, since i did this today. i will take out that bench on thursday and do a heavy bench on tuesday
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Old 12-10-2007, 07:43 AM   #16
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200 pushups seems like a lot to me, man. Goodjob.
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MONDAY--LEGS

ab wheel-4x10
captains chair- 3x15
attempted some pull ups. i did a couple of sets of 3, 2 and 1 till i got to 10. ill do them everyday till i get my reps up.

squats- 10x10 @ 225
superset calf raises. 2x10,10,10 toes in, out, and straight
seated calf raises.

couldnt jump rope because i left my sneakers home, but i wasnt gonan let that stop me from squating so i just rode it out with boots. i ran a lap outside the gym. i was really tired and like i said i didnt have sneakers so i chalked it up for another day.

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f.y.i the chicken breast i am eating is 25 grams of protein

breakfast. 4 eggbeaters with 2 slices of cheese and a bowl of basic 4 cereal with fat free milk

lunch a chicken breast sandwich with wheat bread and mustard.

2 hours later a chicken breast with mustard.

half hour before workout 1 can of tuna

pwo 50 gram isopure protein shake

dinner 2 peices of chicken breast with a good amount of spinach.

before i go to bed tonight i will either eta a can of tuna or drink a little protein shake.

BEVERAGES- orange juice, water, and skim milk


summary of the day

i only did 225 on the squats because i wanted to make sure i could finish it with no problems before i moved up at all. i will increase 10 to 20 pounds next week. didnt do as much ab work because i wanted to save myself for the squats and i still plan on 2 more ab workouts this week.

i know i can eat some more fruits and vegetables but i just havent been able to get to the store just yet to buy anything so i will improve on that. i think i may have to throw another meal in somewhere. there may be more i can do to my diet besides that but im sure someone will let me know.
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Old 12-11-2007, 06:55 AM   #18
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what up everybody. any suggestions on when i shoudl throw in snatches and deads. i am tempted to just put them in on wednsdays but i know i may need a day off.


im thinking about doing some snatches on my chest day. and then just doing some deads on thursday
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Good to see you posting up a journal MF. I will say that the program your using isnt how I would go about getting back into things, but to each his own. If it works then it works. Looking forward to seeing your progress.

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Old 12-11-2007, 11:36 AM   #20
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well i am open to sugestions hrdgain. what would you have in mind and what do you think is wrong with it? i just put something together to where i can hit a good portion of my muscles twice a week.

with some programs i have looked it it is either for bulking, or it doesnt have enough in it. although i havent looked through every single workout. i just tried to put something together that would help me shed fat while getting stronger
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