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Old 02-07-2006, 01:36 AM
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Old 02-07-2006, 02:15 PM
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Day Five shoulders
172lbs
A1-Barbell Press 120
A2-Wide Grip Upright Rows 95
B1-Machine Press 150
B2-Side Laterals 15
C1-Bent Over Laterals 40
C2-Machine Rear Delts 150
D1-Power Shrugs 335
D2-Close Grip Upright Rows 95

Good workout today, I increased all the compounds except for Machine Press, I could only get 4 sets at the increased weight . Everything is right on track diet wise. Nothing else to report
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Old 02-09-2006, 02:22 PM
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Day Six (did workout yesterday but my internet was f'ed so I'm posting today)
171lbs
A1-A2G Front Squat 135
A2-DB Lunges 50
B1-Machine Squat 470
B2-Leg curls 100
C1-Deadlifts 245
C2-Calves 125

As usual, leg day was intense. I know that my numbers for squats are stagnant, but 1)I'm still coming off an injury and 2)I'm not too worried about leg growth since they haven't been worked in a while, so they should respond to almost anything. For the last set of deads I actually did 295lbs :eek: ...a guy I know came up to me and said, "is that all you lift" (in an assholish tone), so I asked him what he could do and he said way more...so he did 275! (and struggled), omfg, he sure crushed me...so I decided, fuck it, and now he is my bitch for life.

PROGRESS UPDATE!!!
-I pulled out my records and took a peek at my old measurements...(as of June 2005)
Weight-168lbs
Chest-39"
Arms-14"
Waist-33"
-As of today
Weight-174lbs
Chest-42"
Arms-17"
Waist-33"
Main thing I'd like to bring up is that my measurements were pretty much the same as of October 2005...
Conclusion: OVT is working really well!
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For the last set of deads I actually did 295lbs
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...a guy I know came up to me and said, "is that all you lift" (in an assholish tone), so I asked him what he could do and he said way more...so he did 275! (and struggled), omfg, he sure crushed me...so I decided, fuck it, and now he is my bitch for life.
yes, he's a bitch for life... that asshole
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Old 02-09-2006, 03:11 PM
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good work man.. keep it up.
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Old 02-10-2006, 09:52 AM
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Day One Chest/Back
175 lbs :eek:
A1-Bench Press 195
A2-Flat Dumbbell Flyes 30
B1-Incline Bench 140
B2-Incline Flyes 30
C1-Lat Pulldown 175
C2-DB Pullovers 80
D1-Barbell Rows 155
D2-Seated Cable Row 125

Very happy with my flat bench, I actually put up 200lbs for 1x5 :eek: . I'm feeling really strong with these exercises. I'm especially happy with my bodyweight. On an empty stomach, I was at the 175 mark for the last 2 days...so I'm guessing this weight is going to stick around now Due to school and what not, I'm going to have to do arm day tomorrow instead of taking the day off.

I'm just about at the half way mark of OVT...if I'm seeing these kinds of results at half-way...I can't fuckin wait to see what I'm like at the end!
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Old 02-11-2006, 08:46 AM
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Day Three Bi's/Tri's
175lbs (again!)
A1-Barbell Curls (EZ-Bar) 100
A2-Dumbbell Curls 25
B1-Preacher Curls (EZ Bar) 80
B2-Hammer Curls 25
C1-Weighted Dips BW+45
C2-Triceps Extensions (DB) 70
D1-Cable Pressdowns 200
D2-Reverse Curls 140

Last workout I maxed out the machine for cable pressdowns, but since I'm switching my routine around next week, I decided to wait til next week to change it.

Bodyweight is holding strong at 175! I just about made BW+55 for dips, but I was one set short, I couldn't do it for set 5 . Barbell Curl and Preachers Curl are up from last week...but I was getting a shooting pain along my forearms. I've had this before, but it's been a long time since it happened last
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Old 02-11-2006, 04:45 PM
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Barbell Curl and Preachers Curl are up from last week...but I was getting a shooting pain along my forearms. I've had this before, but it's been a long time since it happened last
That used to happen all the time to me back when I was doing a 4-5 day split like you. It really hurts bad I know.

I consulted a sports medicine physician a while back and this is what he told me:

"The pain is partially due to stress on the ulna from weak forearms or poor form. It is NOT a tendonitis. Straight bar will cause this much more than EZ curl bar. The "cure" is first to back off and work on your forearms, avoid straight bars for a while, and gradually begin lifting heavy again. Wrapping will mask the problem. This is why using an EZ bar (less supination) or strengthening the forearms will help."
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That used to happen all the time to me back when I was doing a 4-5 day split like you. It really hurts bad I know.
this happened to me last year... it was horrible...! everytime i released the grip on a barbell my forearm would experience inhuman pain..! i HATED doing barbell curls after that... the only bicep exercise whcih didn't kill me were dumbbell curls and EZ bar curls...

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I consulted a sports medicine physician
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I consulted a sports medicine physician a while back and this is what he told me:

"The pain is partially due to stress on the ulna from weak forearms or poor form. It is NOT a tendonitis. Straight bar will cause this much more than EZ curl bar. The "cure" is first to back off and work on your forearms, avoid straight bars for a while, and gradually begin lifting heavy again. Wrapping will mask the problem. This is why using an EZ bar (less supination) or strengthening the forearms will help."
thats what my doctor told me too... i used bands around my wrist (i think they're refered to as "wrist straps") and it healed in 2 months... but sometimes this pain does come creeping around...

take care kane and all the best...

and don ignore the pain...
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Old 02-12-2006, 06:29 AM
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Thanks for your replies. I had a feeling weaker forearms had something to do with it. I'm going to start doing forearm exercises and hopefully that "cures" it.
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