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Old 01-02-2009, 06:55 AM   #381
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Holy shit!!! sick lifting.

When did you get a suit big dog? what kind?


Awesome job, happy new yr too ALOT.
Thanks , bro. Hope your holidays were good too.

Got the suit about 2 weeks ago from one of the guys there , but this was the first time using it. It's a Metal ( Viking V-type) 1 ply siz 52. It is a bit to big for me , so I tried out Mike's ( not sure on the style , but it's the white one in the video) It fit a bit better because it has the straps that can be adjusted. But these boys have tree trunk legs ( MY down fall ) and the were just a bit bigger. They seem to think if I get one that's fits perfectly I should be able to pass the 600 mark.

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Old 01-02-2009, 07:58 AM   #382
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very nice squatting talo. yikes.
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:52 AM   #383
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Diet starts today. Here is an example of my training day food. NON training day will be similar but less carbs ( almost zero ) . As you can see my carbs are only taken after my workout.

Weight = 238lbs

PWO shake

Whey 104g
WMS 114g

meal

Egg Whites 184g
Whole eggs 135g
Cheese 54g

meal

Chicken 130g
Cheese 93g

meal

Lean GB 185g
lettuce 48g
tomatoe 55g
Mayo 1.6tbsp
Cheese 38g
meal
Salmon 216g
Asparagus 129

meal

Whey 52g
NPB 17g
HWC 13tsp

Totals
347g protein (1388)
130g carbs (520 )
194g fat (1746)

3654 cals

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Old 01-06-2009, 06:51 AM   #384
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Jan 5th Results

Deadlift - worked up to a 3x3 @ 405 ( This is by far my weakest lift )

Front Squats 3x8@185
Pullthrus 3x10 @ 160
Ab Roller (from the knees) 3x10.

All in all good workout , hit all the numbers i set out to hit. My goal with the ab roller is to do all sets from my feet.

Finished the workout with some good stretching and foam rolled my back !
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Old 01-06-2009, 06:55 AM   #385
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Non Training day.

Meal 1

Egg Whites392 g.

Eggs Whole96 g.

Cheddar Cheese48 g.

Meal 2

Chicken290 g.

Fish Oil pill5 g.

Almonds26 g.

Meal 3
California Shelled Almonds30 g.

Kraft Mozzarella33 g.

Whey Isolate66 g.

Meal 4
Egg Whites183 g.

Eggs Whole92 g.

Chicken114 g.

Cheddar Cheese46 g.


Meal 5
Tuna 266 g.

Cucumbers44 g.

Onions36 g.

Red Pepper36 g.

Hellmans Real Mayonnaise1.9 tbsp.

Meal 6
Whey Isolate74 g.

California Shelled Almonds38 g.

Totals = 3172 cals
Protein = (419g) 1676
Carbs = (32g) 128
Fat = (152g) 1368

I'm not going to post my meals everyday , just the first week.

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Old 01-06-2009, 07:10 AM   #386
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I guess a new goal would be to grow into your squat suit and hit 600lbs

Goodluck with the diet!
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Old 01-06-2009, 07:14 AM   #387
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Nice diet. I see you chose to stay closer to the 40% range for fats. I bumped mine up to almost 60%. It just seemed damn near impossbile to get all that protein in otherwise. I'm still getting ~250g protein and about 180g fats everyday. I think this should be good.

BTW, I watched your squat vids. It looks like partial rep from the camera angle. Don't get me wrong its a shitload of weight. Are you using these partial reps as a tool to increase your full squats?

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Old 01-06-2009, 08:08 AM   #388
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Yeah , I kept the fat a bit lower on non training days. But it's sitting around 60% on training days . This is going off of calories not grams .

With the squat - First time in a suit and first time with that weight. I did hit a 600lb squat after that , but no vid :( . But ya , I want to go as heavy as I can handle regarless in depth. Of course the goal is to go past par. In time my friend, all in time
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I hear ya TALO. Very nice work indeed!

And just to be clear: Yes we are talking about calorie percentages not weight percentages.

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Old 01-12-2009, 06:00 PM   #390
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Jan 7th

ME (upper)

Wednesday's workout

ME upper

45x10
45x10
95x8
135x6
185x3
225x2
245x1
285x1
305x1
315x3x3

Hammer strength db flat bench press 5x10
Low Cable Rows 3x10
DB Curls 3x10

Had to rush to get this done , shower up and went to the city to watch the Oilers game.
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