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    Just gonna do a quick rundown on a few workouts the past week

    Back

    Bent Over Rows
    100x3x8

    Close Grip Chinups(Palms away)
    4x4

    T-Bar Row
    45x8
    55x8
    65x8
    75x8
    70x8

    Wide Grip Lat Pulldown
    100x3x12

    Rowing machine with 3 grips? 195x3x12
    45x3x12

    Pullups(Palms Facing me)
    3x6


    Friday

    Chest

    DB Bench Press
    40x8
    45x8
    50x6
    45x2x8

    Decline Bench Press
    95x3x12

    Machine Flys
    100x3x12

    Incline BP
    35x3x8

    Cable Crossover
    60x3x12


    Monday

    Shoulders

    Clean and Press
    75x3x8

    Side Lateral Raise
    12x3x12

    Seated DB Shoulder Press
    30x12
    30x10
    30x11

    Upright Row
    50x3x12


    Tuesday

    Bi's And Tri's

    Chinups 15x4x6

    Preacher Curls 45x3x12

    Dips!!!!! (See Extras!)
    50x3xfail!! (around 8-10 reps)

    Skull Crusher
    40x3x10

    Sideways Hammer curl?
    17.5x3x12

    Curling machine
    80x3x12
    70x12

    Close Grip BP
    80x3x6

    Extras
    So I started at a new gym for the rest of the summer since they were giving free memberships. Anyway, I couldnt find a belt to add weight for dips so I asked one of the personal trainers there. He said they only had a vest and I said I'll try it. So when he got the vest he told me it was 50 lbs LOL. We went to try it and I dont know how but I pushed out like 3 sets with 8-10 reps per set! The guy was pretty impressed and told some people then told me to go see him after my workout cause he wanted to train me. So Thursday I have a session with him since they are aloud to give 3 free sessions.

    Diet wise I've been eating pretty well, Had ribs at friends houses, eating cinnabons and what not and not really worrying about it. I ballpark calories on those days and after reading that famous quote from Cumulonimbus's log, I'm not gonna be all OCD about macros and stuff and I'm gonna eat more. I'm done spinning my wheels and I'm not gonna let the ED come back to me!

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    Update

    So the trainer I was supposed to have a session with messed up the schedule and had to change it to tuesday. It was back day though and he gave me a back workout to do. The workout was killer tiring as fuuu. He made me superset everything and go to failure. I'm not sure but I think I read somewhere that training like this isnt ideal? the workout was like this:

    1 Min break between all sets.
    Bentover barbell row supersetted with DB rows both to failure

    T bar row supersetted with Wide grip cable rows both to failure

    Lat pulldowns supersetted with lat pushdowns both to failure.

    The workout lasted like 35-40 mins.

    Today was chest day and it wasnt that great, maybe not even sleep?


    Hoping my leg will FINALLY be better by next week so I can start some squats and DL. Also thinking about doing SS.

    Nutrition wise I havent really been tracking but getting kind of a ballpark and I've just been going out with friends, eating alot and enjoying life. been having pizza and whatnot for the last 2 nights. come at me bros

    Here are some eats though




    The Elvis Presley


    Bacon, Peanut Butter and Banana's
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    LOL I'm soo lazy with this log In the gym everything's been mixed up. Im kind of just doing a split right now and need to get back on track, My leg is fine for SLDL now but not 100% for squats or DL's. I've also had another session with the trainer and once again he made me superset everything and go to failure lol. I've still been hittin the gym hard but I'm in need of a workout routine.

    Im thinking about going back to Lyle's GBR but this leg is still kind of a pain in the ass. I was also tihnking about starting strength but although people have made great strength gains the muscle gains i've seen arent so great.
    Diet's been pretty much eating whatever and not stressing it. I've been taking almost all the advice given in raiku's log and although it wasnt directed to me, I needed to hear it

    anyway, here are a few eats...


    Big ass steak with seafood linguine



    Spaghetti with meatballs and chicken and alfredo sauce


    Dessert Pizza With homemade crust... SOO GOOD




    First homemade pizza

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    Epic sandwich

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    Epic meals are epic. Now I'm craving meatballs XD. And I agree with you, strength training is definitely not hypertrophy training in terms of muscle and size, but IMHO the gains seem more slow-paced and more lean generally speaking. Watching the numbers skyrocket is also very nice
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    Originally Posted by Archfrank View Post
    Epic meals are epic. Now I'm craving meatballs XD. And I agree with you, strength training is definitely not hypertrophy training in terms of muscle and size, but IMHO the gains seem more slow-paced and more lean generally speaking. Watching the numbers skyrocket is also very nice
    Yeah, the strength gains are nice, but from waht i've seen there mass gains are little, Maybe the progress pics i looked at were at people that ate everything in sight (That's what it says in the book) and just fulked.

    Hmmm....
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