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    Originally Posted by Payton1221 View Post
    July 6, 2018
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    125 x 5 (RPE 9)
    125 X 6 (RPE 10)
    You hit it out of the park with those presses dude!
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    You hit it out of the park with those presses dude!
    Thanks CPW!

    Had a good 13 mile ride this morning . . . it almost felt like fall: 65F after a week of highs in the 90's. It was cool enough for me to take on this one hill. My EasyRoute app says it's 400' of elevation gain over 1 mile (7.5% average slope!!!!).
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    Originally Posted by Payton1221 View Post
    Thanks CPW!

    Had a good 13 mile ride this morning . . . it almost felt like fall: 65F after a week of highs in the 90's. It was cool enough for me to take on this one hill. My EasyRoute app says it's 400' of elevation gain over 1 mile (7.5% average slope!!!!).
    I’d say I’m jealous, but I’m not . When you come here we could hit hardcore dirt. I can make my road mountain bike back into a single track beast. But I’ve been enjoying my flat river paved trail . I’ve raced mountain bike races and remember puking while climbing hills more than once when someone was putting pressure on me. Always helps to lay down a trail of slippery puke to back them off .
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    Originally Posted by Payton1221 View Post
    Thanks CPW!

    Had a good 13 mile ride this morning . . . it almost felt like fall: 65F after a week of highs in the 90's. It was cool enough for me to take on this one hill. My EasyRoute app says it's 400' of elevation gain over 1 mile (7.5% average slope!!!!).
    Cool! I like climbs, but there is none like that around here. We had some of that cooler stuff here too. I hope to do 50 to 60k tomorrow evening, I need to burn off all of the calories from last week!
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    Originally Posted by Plateauplower View Post
    I’ve raced mountain bike races and remember puking while climbing hills more than once w
    Good times

    Originally Posted by Cantplankwell View Post
    Cool! I like climbs, but there is none like that around here. We had some of that cooler stuff here too. I hope to do 50 to 60k tomorrow evening, I need to burn off all of the calories from last week!
    I've got three hills all within a few minutes of my house. There are biking clubs that drive and park near here just to climb these hills. There are many much better in the U.S., but in the Louisville area, I'm in the epicenter of hills for biking

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    All you guys are inspiring... Or intimidating, I'm not sure which!
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    All you guys are inspiring... Or intimidating, I'm not sure which!
    62 year old crushing WEIGHTED pull-ups for reps . . . YOU are the one inspiring us
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    July 8, 2018
    Incline DB Press
    90's x 11 (RPE 9.5)
    90's x 8 (RPE ~8)
    90's x 8 (RPE 8-9)

    Inverted Rows*
    BW x 20
    BW x 20
    BW x 20
    * I purposefully kept this as "medium intensity" with several reps left in the tank knowing my son and I were going to the following later today:

    Prowler Push/Push-Ups/Ring-Chins**
    ~ 180' push, 20 push-ups, 8 chins
    ~ 180' push, 20 push-ups, 8 chins
    ~ 180' push, 20 push-ups, 8 chins
    ** Proud of my son for completing this without whining The difference in today's workout (versus the first one he attempted ) is that he KNOWS he can do the three sets.
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    I'm away from home and don't have my journal, but I know that I had a July 10 workout. I did Incline Bench on the Smith Machine (190x12 IIRC), but I do remember last night's workout:

    July 12, 2018
    Seated DB OHP
    65's x 10
    65's x 10
    65's x 8

    Pull-ups (left a few reps in the tank on all sets)
    BW x 10
    BW x 10
    BW x 10

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    Payton where are all those food pictures you promised us? ??
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    Originally Posted by Cantplankwell View Post
    Payton where are all those food pictures you promised us? ??
    LOL but you're right.

    I'm currently out of town ATM, and we just had what might be the best pizza I've had in decades With that said, I haven't eaten a lot of pizza in the last 7-8 years but it was very good!
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    Thanks to Plateauplower for the invite to workout with him this morning (and you and your wife are doing an AWESOME job with the kiddos!), and my portion of the workout included:

    Incline Bench
    195 x 7*
    195 x 6*
    185 x 8
    * I think I had maybe one (ugly) rep left in me on each of these but maybe I didn't I do know that the Smith work that I've been doing at my wife's gym had me handling that barbell like I was rowing a kayak for a a few reps

    Ring Chins
    BW x 14

    Landmine T-bar Row**
    50# (pwo) x ~20
    50# x 20
    ** These were new to me, and I really like the exercise but I didn't count during the first set

    DB Lunges***
    35's x ~8-10
    35's x ~8-10
    35's x ~8-10
    *** Didn't count on these at all.

    Tim (PP) did an abbreviated workout and nailed a solid 275x3 for several flat bench sets.
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    Originally Posted by Payton1221 View Post
    July 14, 2018
    Thanks to Plateauplower for the invite to workout with him this morning (and you and your wife are doing an AWESOME job with the kiddos!), and my portion of the workout included:

    Incline Bench
    195 x 7*
    195 x 6*
    185 x 8
    * I think I had maybe one (ugly) rep left in me on each of these but maybe I didn't I do know that the Smith work that I've been doing at my wife's gym had me handling that barbell like I was rowing a kayak for a a few reps

    Ring Chins
    BW x 14

    Landmine T-bar Row**
    50# (pwo) x ~20
    50# x 20
    ** These were new to me, and I really like the exercise but I didn't count during the first set

    DB Lunges***
    35's x ~8-10
    35's x ~8-10
    35's x ~8-10
    *** Didn't count on these at all.

    Tim (PP) did an abbreviated workout and nailed a solid 275x3 for several flat bench sets.
    Nice changeup! When you're using unfamiliar gear, everything feels clumsy. Does this stuff give you DOMS?
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    Does this stuff give you DOMS?
    To me, it's illogical, but my pecs are sore, and the only new exercise was the Landmine T-Bar Row which is a BACK exercise Assuming that I'm right, perhaps it was the tension that it put on my pecs when stretched out at the bottom of the movement.
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    Originally Posted by Payton1221 View Post
    July 14, 2018
    Thanks to Plateauplower for the invite to workout with him this morning (and you and your wife are doing an AWESOME job with the kiddos!), and my portion of the workout included:

    Incline Bench
    195 x 7*
    195 x 6*
    185 x 8
    * I think I had maybe one (ugly) rep left in me on each of these but maybe I didn't I do know that the Smith work that I've been doing at my wife's gym had me handling that barbell like I was rowing a kayak for a a few reps

    Ring Chins
    BW x 14

    Landmine T-bar Row**
    50# (pwo) x ~20
    50# x 20
    ** These were new to me, and I really like the exercise but I didn't count during the first set

    DB Lunges***
    35's x ~8-10
    35's x ~8-10
    35's x ~8-10
    *** Didn't count on these at all.

    Tim (PP) did an abbreviated workout and nailed a solid 275x3 for several flat bench sets.
    Solid session, and always great to get together and work out with other folks. Nice going.
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    Originally Posted by Payton1221 View Post
    To me, it's illogical, but my pecs are sore, and the only new exercise was the Landmine T-Bar Row which is a BACK exercise Assuming that I'm right, perhaps it was the tension that it put on my pecs when stretched out at the bottom of the movement.
    I figured. It's not so much the totally new exercise, but the fact that with unfamiliar machines you're hitting it at different angles and leverages than before. Something I should keep in mind myself.
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    Was great meeting you! Too bad the weather didn’t work out for a bike ride. Could be some DOMs just from going from smith back to barbell too. It was fun! My dog loves the new trick you showed us for releasing his toy .

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    The above are the ingredients for the protein pudding that I eat from time to time. All protein powders will not work. In fact, most probably don't. Casein works better than whey, but the brand that I use is a casein/whey blend and is available at Walmart. I also discovered that the brand of banana popsicles matter too, and the ones that I buy are also available at Walmart. The recipe is as follows:

    50g protein powder
    10g of sugar-free, fat-free vanilla pudding
    Truvia to taste
    150g of milk (I usually use skim milk but the photo above shows almond milk)
    Two double-popsicles

    Crush the popsicles beforehand (we use a meat tenderizer) then mix everything together in a high-speed mixer (Kitchen-Aid brand is what we use and much of it is visible in the photo). This fluffs up to a ridiculous volume of pudding like goodness. When you're finished "fluffing," you can add things like crushed sugary cereal (Cinnamon Toast Crunch anyone , or crushed pecans/walnuts, crushed M&M's, etc)
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    That looks like good stuff! How well does it keep? Is it something you could pack for a lunch the next day?
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    That looks like good stuff! How well does it keep? Is it something you could pack for a lunch the next day?
    No. It starts to "de-fluff" in a short period of time. But it does stay fluffed enough to where you can immediately put it in the freezer and in 20-30 minutes, it morphs more into a soft-serve ice cream than pudding. I think it's delicious both ways
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    55's x 15

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    BW x 14
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    The above are the ingredients for the protein pudding that I eat from time to time. All protein powders will not work. In fact, most probably don't. Casein works better than whey, but the brand that I use is a casein/whey blend and is available at Walmart. I also discovered that the brand of banana popsicles matter too, and the ones that I buy are also available at Walmart. The recipe is as follows:

    50g protein powder
    10g of sugar-free, fat-free vanilla pudding
    Truvia to taste
    150g of milk (I usually use skim milk but the photo above shows almond milk)
    Two double-popsicles

    Crush the popsicles beforehand (we use a meat tenderizer) then mix everything together in a high-speed mixer (Kitchen-Aid brand is what we use and much of it is visible in the photo). This fluffs up to a ridiculous volume of pudding like goodness. When you're finished "fluffing," you can add things like crushed sugary cereal (Cinnamon Toast Crunch anyone , or crushed pecans/walnuts, crushed M&M's, etc)
    I like this!!

    I guess it would be easy to make a "chocolate orange" version?

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    I guess it would be easy to make a "chocolate orange" version?
    If you're going to attempt it, I'd try the Phase 8 casein/whey chocolate blend and orange popsicles. The final volume is just ridiculous. It's like eating three snacks
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    First time checking in here and man, you are a seriously strong guy! Hitting 55's DB OHP for 20?!?!? Then DB IB 75'sx20???? That is legendary! As you mentioned in my journal, those pull-ups (and chins) are nothing to be reckoned with either. BW+50x6? I'm going to keep stopping in here every time I need a slice of humble pie. Keep up the great work my friend!
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    First time checking in here and man, you are a seriously strong guy! Hitting 55's DB OHP for 20?!?!? Then DB IB 75'sx20???? That is legendary! As you mentioned in my journal, those pull-ups (and chins) are nothing to be reckoned with either. BW+50x6? I'm going to keep stopping in here every time I need a slice of humble pie. Keep up the great work my friend!
    Wow. Thanks for the kind words! My pressing strength isn't bad, and I've always done well with weighted chins (and dips back when my shoulders would permit it), but my squat numbers are SADDDD and a low back issue prevents me from deadlifting at all. But like you and everyone else that checks in here, I'll keep at it doing whatever exercises and/or "work-arounds" that I can for as long as I can
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    July 23, 2018 workout (2 days ago)
    OHP
    110 x 11
    110 x 11
    110 x 10

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    BW x 12 (RPE 8)
    BW x 12 (RPE 8-1/2)

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    Step-ups (18" box)
    40's x 15/15 (rt/lt)
    40's x 15/15*
    *checked my heartrate at the end and it was ~135 (fairly high, fairly fast when you consider I probably started the set @ ~75 bpm)
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    Is that OHP with the bar or with dumbbells? Either way, it's mighty impressive. I'm still trying to break 4 reps at that weight!
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