Type: Posts; User: ironwill2008
Post-WorkOut meal today was a chicken-pasta-broccoli bowl, garlic toast, a small salad, and a glass of milk.
I wanted to close out this week with some momentum to carry with me into deload next week, and feel like I accomplished my goal. Today's training was:
bar x10 W/U
A couple of things:
*The US as the country of origin (although this certainly doesn't guarantee top quality, a buyer would be a fool not to demand it).
*Actually getting 100% of the protein...
Get rid of the gloves; they make gripping the bar more difficult because essentially what they're doing is making it larger in diameter.
If chalk isn't allowed where you train, use straps on...
Nor have I. Quite a few years ago, I contracted Lysteria from contaminated Sara Lee turkey (as I found out a few days later when a widespread recall of the product was posted in the local newspaper,...
Talk to a doctor, OP, not random posters on an internet forum.
This isn't a topic that is generally open to discussion on this site anyway. Such threads, if allowed to run their course, usually...
Seek advice from your Orthopedist, not random posters on an internet bodybuilding forum.
I can't argue that point, Leigh. While I have no doubt that scratch-made would taste a bit better, the trade-off in time invested just doesn't work for me.
That's a fairly recent logo, maybe within the past 8-10 years.
If the bar is bright chrome plated and unbushed (as it appears), it's of little value; it may not even weigh 45 pounds.
You must have me confused with someone who actually cares about arguing, debating, or "refuting" posts on an internet forum.
Good luck meeting your fitness goals for 2015.
Train them three times a week, along with all your other body parts, on a structured, full-body program.
The only guy I ever knew who made mass gains from such high-rep training was an NPC competitor (and all that that implies). He also did much more than one set per exercise.
My best advice is...
My problem is arthritis; my wrists will barely bend just a few degrees back from inline with my forearms before I feel increasing pain. But that doesn't qualify me to think I'm any different from...
Post-WorkOut meal today was 3-cheese tortellini over a bed of sauteed bok choy, peppers, onions and drizzled with olive oil; a small salad with Caesar dressing; garlic toast, and a glass of cold...
Best we can do is set a good example; kids learn far more from what they see us do rather than what we tell them to do. :)
It's worked well; I don't think I'd change even if I could.
Went into this session a bit tired, but that proved to be no roadblock to having a productive session. Today's training was:
Apparently, the nutrition forum's daily quota of 'dumb' hasn't already been met by the "I want to cut, but don't want to cut," thread.
One of the cruciferous veggies; loaded with micros.
I like it steamed with butter or cheese sauce, in a stif-fry, in salads, or as part of a crudite plate with ranch dressing.
If you're seeing the results you want, continue as you're doing.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it.