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post #46 of 707 Old 03-23-2013, 07:50 PM Thread Starter
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There was a gainer I listed awhile back that's 30 servings, 600 cals, 50g of protein, 80g of carbs, and only ~$55. There was a big argument about it in my thread. I'm going to try it once my ON whey is gone.
I've got a lot left in my ON so let me know how you like that gainer. I might give it a try.

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post #47 of 707 Old 03-23-2013, 08:10 PM
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I've got a lot left in my ON so let me know how you like that gainer. I might give it a try.

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I've got alot left too. When I found that gainer I was like "Heeeyy dad, you need some protein?" So now he's using my ON too so hopefully it'll be gone in a decent amount of time.

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post #48 of 707 Old 03-23-2013, 08:17 PM Thread Starter
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I've got alot left too. When I found that gainer I was like "Heeeyy dad, you need some protein?" So now he's using my ON too so hopefully it'll be gone in a decent amount of time.
Haha. I've been trying to be dad to workout but he won't.

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post #49 of 707 Old 04-01-2013, 12:07 AM
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This is pretty cool man, didn't know we had a fitness section!

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This is pretty cool man, didn't know we had a fitness section!
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post #51 of 707 Old 04-01-2013, 11:51 AM
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Good luck with your trials. When I played football in college I was 6'3 308 and ran a 4.9 40. Recently I hit 325 after a bunch of surgeries and I am working to take it off. I should be closer to 230 at this point of my life. I used to lift very heavy and eat a lot of supplements/protein to maintain that weight. I was benching 450 and squatting over 700 then. The stress has really impacted me later in life coupled with football and parachuting. Try to figure out a healthy weight for you and don't worry about extremes.

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Good luck with your trials. When I played football in college I was 6'3 308 and ran a 4.9 40. Recently I hit 325 after a bunch of surgeries and I am working to take it off. I should be closer to 230 at this point of my life. I used to lift very heavy and eat a lot of supplements/protein to maintain that weight. I was benching 450 and squatting over 700 then. The stress has really impacted me later in life coupled with football and parachuting. Try to figure out a healthy weight for you and don't worry about extremes.

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Good advice. Ive known a few people that have ultimately done more damage than good to their bodies by lifting like apes. This dude I went to highschool with was benching like 4 hundo at 17years old. Then he destroyed both his shoulders. Lesson learned.

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Good advice. Ive known a few people that have ultimately done more damage than good to their bodies by lifting like apes. This dude I went to highschool with was benching like 4 hundo at 17years old. Then he destroyed both his shoulders. Lesson learned.
^ This. Heavy weight just hurts more in the long run, being light and fit is much better than being heavy and unable to put your arms at your sides.

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^ This. Heavy weight just hurts more in the long run, being light and fit is much better than being heavy and unable to put your arms at your sides.
At what point do you concider being light and fit. I'm currently 195 5'11" 11% body fat. Can run a 13 min 2 mile and have 18" arms.

Lift heavy for gains/results. Low weight gets you no where. Run and cardio to tone down. If you want muscles you need to prove it in the gym.

Know your limit and gracefully push it. 90% of all injury concerning working out has to do with form. Too many times ill see people hurt them selves by improper form,Use light weights to perfect form. That's all.

Also, knowing your body helps. If bench hurts your shoulders, work out your shoulders before you press hard, same with chin splints, work on the forward portion of your calves, muscle support helps aid in reducing injury.
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Low weight gets you no where.

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^ This. Heavy weight just hurts more in the long run, being light and fit is much better than being heavy and unable to put your arms at your sides.
Im not saying lifting heavy is a bad thing. Getting down good form and range of motion come first though. Its funny to me to see mr. tough guy come in the gym and lift heavy when he has terrible form. Seen a few get messed up pretty bad doing it too. Just gotta use your noggin and check your ego at times

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post #57 of 707 Old 04-06-2013, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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So I decided to crap my 6 day split idea. And today I started the Thor workout. And the first day was leg day.
Squats
Front squats
Leg extensions
Leg curls
Lunges
Calf raises
Cable crunches
I'm dead.

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That's a good workout. Just make sure to go deep on your squats. Break 90 degrees or is doesn't count! :-)

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That's a good workout. Just make sure to go deep on your squats. Break 90 degrees or is doesn't count! :-)
Oh I do! I go almost to the floor.

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It's only 9:30 and I've had 80 grams of protein. Lets ****ing go!!!

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