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post #16 of 188 Old 03-07-2013, 06:49 PM
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I did FST7 today on my biceps and holy **** I cant even lift up my drink. It's perfect for your last exercise.

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post #17 of 188 Old 03-07-2013, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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I've always considered 8-10 as repping. To each his own I guess.

Lawnmower pulls are great. But I never go heavy on them.
I consider the following ranges with their respective titles:

1-2 reps___maxing
3-5 reps___going heavy
6-10 reps__low rep range
10 + reps__high rep range
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Back extensions. I do those at the end of back day to stretch out. I do like 3 sets of 25, no weight
I do those in place of deadlifts.

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I consider the following ranges with their respective titles:

1-2 reps___maxing
3-5 reps___going heavy
6-10 reps__low rep range
10 + reps__high rep range
Yea that make sense. I usually start with 10 reps and try to get 3 sets of 10. If I'm going heavy and can't manage that, I'll try 8, 6, 4...

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Yea that make sense. I usually start with 10 reps and try to get 3 sets of 10. If I'm going heavy and can't manage that, I'll try 8, 6, 4...
Good method. I basically do the same on most things. I go by how my muscles feel, not about the number of reps. Sometimes I get to 15-20, other times I get 1 or 2.
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Good method. I basically do the same on most things. I go by how my muscles feel, not about the number of reps. Sometimes I get to 15-20, other times I get 1 or 2.
I'll try to get the most out of every set. To me it's all about mental motivation. If my muscles are tired and I think I can only 2 reps out, I'll only get 2 reps. But if I think "My muscles are tired but I can do this. I need to knock out as many as possible." I might do 3-4 or even just 2. But I finish feeling motivated for the next time.

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After breaking my diet on spring break and eating crap/drinking a lot I had gained back 3 pounds and weighed in at 268.

As of this morning, I'm at 264! The diet works!!
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What's your body fat %?

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Not sure. I don't have a way to measure it.
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Feeling inspired, need to get out and start. Nothing close to your workout but just be healthier. Thanks
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Feeling inspired, need to get out and start. Nothing close to your workout but just be healthier. Thanks
Good to hear!! Inspiration is one of the great benefits of this subforum! Remember to post up your own log if you'd like!
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What's your body fat %?

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Not sure. I don't have a way to measure it.
I found a bunch of different calculators online. Low was 17%. High was 23%.

I'll take the average and say somewhere around 20% BF
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I found a bunch of different calculators online. Low was 17%. High was 23%.

I'll take the average and say somewhere around 20% BF
That's not bad at all for your size.

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That's not bad at all for your size.

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My only real trouble area is my stomach. I'm workin on it though. I want to hit that 10% number
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My only real trouble area is my stomach. I'm workin on it though. I want to hit that 10% number
And unfortunately you can't burn fat in a specific area. Working abs will help but the body pulls fat from wherever.

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