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Old 11-03-2008, 04:53 PM
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So is that workout good or bad? The redundancy is for weight that if I go another five pounds my form gets sloppy.

Tomarrow is delts and traps.

Any criticism is welcome. It's up to me to listen or not.
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Old 11-03-2008, 05:08 PM
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so........you smoke your shoulders today....and you're going to smoke them again tomorrow?
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Old 11-03-2008, 05:19 PM
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so........you smoke your shoulders today....and you're going to smoke them again tomorrow?
LOL...thanks for catching me on that one. Geeezzz someone wasn't paying attention when he was typing. Been up since 4am. I have back tomarrow. Thanks Pity for catching that one.

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Old 11-03-2008, 06:45 PM
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Any criticism is welcome. It's up to me to listen or not.
My initial thought is that your volume is very high and your diet is low (2500ish cals)
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Should I stick with 3-4 sets per exercise?
How much protein, carbs and fats should I add?
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My initial thought is that your volume is very high and your diet is low (2500ish cals)
Beat me to it!!

Hard to say how much to add.Are you gaining/losing/maintaining weight?
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Old 11-04-2008, 01:48 AM
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Well I'm trying to cut bodyfat right now, but I don't want to sacrifice muscle in the process.
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Old 11-04-2008, 05:42 AM
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If you're trying to cut bf then it might be alright.

Why do you have every type of press and fly on a 'short' chest day? I would say cut out some exercises rather than cut the sets.
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Cut short because I wanted to do cardio.
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Old 11-04-2008, 03:18 PM
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Default Results from 11-4-08 (Back)

Reverse Grip Lat Pulldown-
1st set- 85 x 12
2nd set- 100 x 10
3rd set- 120 x 10
4th set- 140 x 9
5th set- 160 x 8

Lat pulldown w/ triangle
1st set- 85 x 12
2nd set- 100 x 10
3rd set- 110 x 10
4th set- 120 x 9
5th set- 125 x 9

Seated row w/triangle
1st set- 120 x 12
2nd set- 140 x 10
3rd set- 160 x 9
4th set- 165 x 8
5th set- 170 x 8

Deadlift
1st set- 135 x 10
2nd set- 145 x 9
3rd set- 155 x 9
4th set- 165 x 8
5th set- 170 x 7

Reverse Grip Bentover Row-
1st set- 95 x 10
2nd set- 105 x 10
3rd set- 110 x 9
4th set- 115 x 9
5th set- 120 x 8

One arm Dumbbell Rows-
1st set- 40 x 10
2nd set- 50 x 10
3rd set- 60 x 10
4th set- 70 x 9
5th set- 80 x 8

I will have to try and start heavier next time. I hit 10 reps for my second and third set on most of my exercises.
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