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Offline Fiend_73

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January 16, 2014
« Reply #30 on: January 18, 2014, 06:24:49 PM »

 
side Delts, Arms
 
-today turned out to be epic
 
 
Hammer Strength Shoulder Press, PWO
2x20x90
13x140 (+1 rep from last time--"FLT")
8x180 (+2 FLT)
8x200 (+2 FLT)
5x230 (+4 reps FLT, PR!)
2x250 (PR!)
2x0x270-failed
3x6x200 (+2 sets FLT)
 
behind the back side DB Raise
3x8x55- all PR's!
 
BB Curl-in the squat rack-srs
20x45(bar)
12x95 (+2 reps FLT)
3x6x135 (+2 reps on each set FLT)
 
DB Hammers
3x6x60-(same FLT)
6x70-PR!
 
overhead cable Tricep Extensions
25x150(stack), 2x20x150
 
Pressdowns
2x10x150(stack)
 
30 Recumbant bike

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January 17, 2014
« Reply #31 on: January 18, 2014, 06:25:26 PM »

 
Back T'ickness- injury and arthritis issues today, not the time to go ballz to the wall
 
lat station Hyperextensions
20x120, 20x150, 20x180, 10x210
3x10x250(stack)
 
Good Mornings
20x135
3x10x185
 
Hammer Strength Row, PWO
15x270 (+5 reps FLT)
3x8x360- (same FLT)
 
behind the back braced BB Shrug-say that with a mouthful ;)
20x225
3x20x315
 
-No bike
 
Saw The Hobbit; The Desolation of Smaug for the 2nd time, this time in the theatre, even better than for free online

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January 18, 2014
« Reply #32 on: January 18, 2014, 06:26:03 PM »
 
The trick to training width the day after thickness is to establish a good mind/muscle connection by getting a good lat pump 1st, then I can better both isolate in and out the muscles I need to.
and yes...
I have a tremendous m/m connection to do that, some never get this, I got a gift I think.
 
Back width, Biceps
 
 
kneeling reverse underhand grip Pulldowns
4x25x150(stack)
 
1 arm DB Rows
20x70, 12x100-time to stop phucking around being afraid this exercise will tweak my back again...
3x8x130 (heaviest DB's in the gym)
*10x130*-widowmaker
 
narrow grip Lat Pulldowns- feet tucked under ass, super strict
3x6x180
 
narrow grip Lat Pulldowns- leaning back for upper back development... it's ALL in the angle ;)
6x180, stopped, too light
6x220
 
3x6x250(stack)
 
Hammer Strength Preacher Curl, PWO
10x55 (+10 lbs, FLT)
5x6x100 (+10 lbs./set FLT)
 
standing cable Curl
3x10x150 (+4 reps/set FLT)
 
 
30 Recumbant
 
 
 
 
 
As I look back the last few days I cannot help but to suck my own d*ck a little.
I'm doing better than ever before and PWNING weight stacks left, right, and centre.
Power everywhere I apply it, my approach has been methodical and effective.
I listen the Angel more often than not and also give the Fiend a chance to play.
 
Damn I'm good at what I do.

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Re: Blood All Over the Iron, Part Two
« Reply #33 on: January 18, 2014, 06:38:15 PM »

I'm hunting...


YOU.


 :o
 ;D

Oh shit....... :o
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Re: Blood All Over the Iron, Part Two
« Reply #34 on: January 19, 2014, 08:29:23 AM »
Niiicce PRs!
I have a good m/m connection as well - it IS a gift - so hard to explain it to those who don't have it - such a pain to workout with people who don't have it either  :o

Thinking of moving to Ottawa? I have a few friends you might like, lol.

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Re: Blood All Over the Iron, Part Two
« Reply #35 on: January 20, 2014, 07:52:46 PM »
Niiicce PRs!
I have a good m/m connection as well - it IS a gift - so hard to explain it to those who don't have it - such a pain to workout with people who don't have it either  :o

Thinking of moving to Ottawa? I have a few friends you might like, lol.

Thank-you.
Although we did have to work to develop it at some point. ;)
Took me years to get my back m/m connection.
The only way I'd have a training partner right now is if I was cloned.

I wasn't but would if CSIS hired me (will be applying...Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Canada's version of the FBI).
Are they hawt and young? ;D



I'm hunting...


YOU.


 :o
 ;D

Oh shit....... :o

I've never been prey...how does it feel?
lulz
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January 19, 2014
« Reply #36 on: January 20, 2014, 07:53:25 PM »
OFF
 

 

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January 20, 2014
« Reply #37 on: January 20, 2014, 07:54:26 PM »
Dear Lord;
 
They are starting to worship me, please make them stop.
It's not my fault I answered my call and am now able to move perhaps more weight on leg day than any other natty bodybuilder in my country, perhaps the world.
I try to be meek about it and point out my power comes directly from you but they focus on your humble servant instead.
Perhaps you did too good making me in your image and whatnot...the people are mistaking me for their saviour.
I just want them to go away.
If you want me to be the Jesus of this "sport" it woulda been nice if you let me know and gave me better arms and conditioning to go along with it but I guess I'll bare that burden like Christ did that trollop Mary Magdalene.
 
Anyways brah, hope things are cozy up there while I'm doin' the dirty work down here.
 
Your's in Godship...
 
ArchAngel'73
 
Amen
 
 
 
Leg Day
 
 
BB back Squats
20x45(bar), 12x135, 8x225 (+2 FLT), 6x315
2x2x405 (+2 reps FLT, +1 set FLT)
 
Icarian "Power Squats". PWO
10x12x720 (+2reps/set FLT)
*23x720*  (+1 rep FLT)
 
power squat Calf Raise, PWO- never did these before today
5x20x720
 
 
 
No bike
 
 
 
FTR;
102,960 lbs. on the "Power Squats" alone.
 
 
Did I mention I did this on an empty stomach?
That makes me even more awesome.
 ;)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 ;D

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Re: Blood All Over the Iron, Part Two
« Reply #38 on: January 20, 2014, 08:01:10 PM »
OFF
 

 


Hey AA...how about more off days???  ;)

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Re: Blood All Over the Iron, Part Two
« Reply #39 on: January 20, 2014, 08:03:31 PM »
^^^ much better ;)

I think there's a workout in there somewhere? lol



(jk)
Nice work mr. modest, lol.

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Re: Blood All Over the Iron, Part Two
« Reply #40 on: January 20, 2014, 08:11:27 PM »
How can you be a God if you're only squatting 315???

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Re: Blood All Over the Iron, Part Two
« Reply #41 on: January 20, 2014, 09:48:47 PM »
You doing 720lb power squats? 10x12x720?

I utubed power squat its just a squat with a wider stance, slightly lower bar and leaning forward more than a squat. Is this what you are doing?

Edit sorry its the same machine I use for v-squats. I didnt realize its a machine.

Still awesome lift and great reps with that weight.
« Last Edit: January 20, 2014, 09:51:15 PM by jrob69 »
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Re: Blood All Over the Iron, Part Two
« Reply #42 on: June 24, 2015, 06:20:10 PM »
I'm going to re-open this from humble beginnings.
I'll bring more than enough attitude to the table later on when I'm healthy and can train.

I broke my toe 8 days ago and have an aircast and must keep it wrapped at all times due to an open wound.
That's the least of my problems as I have developed blood clots in my calf and they are way more painful than my toe.

I've also started a new job, obtained my 1st vehicle in my life a few weeks ago, and because of parking issues switched gyms.

New beginnings have to start somewhere and no better time than when a long term gym rat can't train properly and is itchin' to get back to what once was.

I only have cardio right now to offer, both for health , fat burning, and therapy for my blood clots.
At a minimum of 3 more weeks, it should get a whole lot better.


June 24, 2015

Recumbent bike
30 min.

That's it.









You doing 720lb power squats? 10x12x720?

I utubed power squat its just a squat with a wider stance, slightly lower bar and leaning forward more than a squat. Is this what you are doing?

Edit sorry its the same machine I use for v-squats. I didnt realize its a machine.

Still awesome lift and great reps with that weight.


This is an older vid of me doing it with piss poor depth that's since been rectified;
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpJKx1nZ_GA


-sorry it took 1.5 years to get back in here.


The gym, unlike journaling, I never left.
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Re: Blood All Over the Iron, Part Two
« Reply #43 on: June 24, 2015, 06:23:20 PM »
Welcome back.
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2018.04.28:  620 Squat, 345 Bench, 615 Dead   |  1580 Total
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Re: Blood All Over the Iron, Part Two
« Reply #44 on: June 24, 2015, 07:12:44 PM »
I expect nothing but good things :) Glad to see your back to writing in your journal
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