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post #61 of 155 Old 08-03-2014, 10:40 AM
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< Yes we use to do deadlifts and legs together when I lived in Tampa Fla.
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Of course I am hallucinating a bit right now and my legs are so cramped up I can't even drink enough water to make it stop, but it was quite the ride.

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Not alwyas. Only because our routines were different. He did a 3-1 split and I did a 4-1 split. On the days that we were working the same body part together, we would team up. Legs and back were killers for both of us. Neither one of us would want to give up. He has an unfair advantage. If you know Nate, you will understand what that means.
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Not alwyas. .
I was referring to always doing squats and dl's on the same day. I'm not into split routines, I do full body routines where legs and back are always done on the same day.
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Never do legs and back on the same day! You are talking about 2 Major muscle groups that each require, at least, 3 days to recover after working them to the point of complete failure.
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Never do legs and back on the same day! You are talking about 2 Major muscle groups that each require, at least, 3 days to recover after working them to the point of complete failure.
Not if you roid your balls off (literally) like all pro competitive body builders do.

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post #67 of 155 Old 08-06-2014, 05:41 AM
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Really late to this thread!!
Started running 3.5 years ago at age 47. I have run 8 half marathons with my PB @ 1:52:37 in Phoenix. At age 50 I did my first full marathon in June of 2014. Struggled somewhat in the heat but it was an experience and finished with a time of 4:32:16
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Never do legs and back on the same day!

I do full body workouts, not splits. You work all muscles on the same day.

Push, pull, lift, squat.

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Not if you roid your balls off (literally) like all pro competitive body builders do.
I'm supp free, all natural....well, maybe a coffee...
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Not if you roid your balls off (literally) like all pro competitive body builders do.
I know a little bit about that, say roughly 14yrs. expierence, and not once did I even think about combining those 2 on the same day. I never saw any BB that trained legs, and back, on the same day. Mix in HGH and I still did not train legs and back together. They are 2 major muscles, when fully pumped, you can't possible do another exercise that would ask you to push the other major muscle to the same exertion levels that you worked out the first muscle group to. Full body workouts are completely different than training just 2 muscle groups a day. You hit your entire body in 45minutes to 1hr. I would spend 45minutes to 1hr, just on 1 body part. Completely different style of training.
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Really late to this thread!!
Started running 3.5 years ago at age 47. I have run 8 half marathons with my PB @ 1:52:37 in Phoenix. At age 50 I did my first full marathon in June of 2014. Struggled somewhat in the heat but it was an experience and finished with a time of 4:32:16
It's still beyond me as to why someone would want to run for 4 hours... or even 1 hour.

Congratulations though! That's quite an accomplishment and good for you for getting it done.









I just did legs today and I couldn't even imagine working back as well!
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It's still beyond me as to why someone would want to run for 4 hours... or even 1 hour.
Distance runners say the same thing about power lifting.

My friend is a competitive runner and basically said the same thing... "Why would someone want to dead lift 3 times their body weight?" Lol

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Competed and won a local crossfit competition.

Weighed in at 193.8.

Back squatted 445 lbs.
Strict overhead pressed 190 lbs.
Dead lifted 535 lbs.

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It's still beyond me as to why someone would want to run for 4 hours... or even 1 hour.

Congratulations though! That's quite an accomplishment and good for you for getting it done.

I just did legs today and I couldn't even imagine working back as well!

Thanks! Different for everyone I guess as to their main choice of a workout. One of the hardest parts about distance running is the mental game. Super easy to psych yourself out.

The important part is that everyone here is trying to do something to help them stay fit! Good job everyone.
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Hit 425 1x2 on comp depth back squat after a 335 5x5, 390 1x1 workout. That's the best numbers I've put up during a normal squat workout. Weighed in at 193 lbs :-)



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