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Unread 04-08-2013, 08:04 AM   #76
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I kind of did that last year when I started lifting. We did chest and biceps. Then back and triceps.
But for this I'm doing their workout to the period. After the month I'll see what I'm looking like then I'll switch it up.

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Lol I don't mean supersetting.

Chest/back
Bi/tris.

Objective is to work the opposite muscle group so that blood flow is increased to the area.

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Unread 04-08-2013, 08:12 AM   #77
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Lol I don't mean supersetting.

Chest/back
Bi/tris.

Objective is to work the opposite muscle group so that blood flow is increased to the area.
Oh I gotcha. I'll have to give that a try.

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Unread 04-08-2013, 09:34 AM   #78
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Pretty ****ty session today. Couldn't bench hardly any weight and threw out my bad shoulder on shoulder press AGAIN. Ugh. Hopefully Wednesday pull day will be better.

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Unread 04-08-2013, 09:57 PM   #79
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It's only 9:30 and I've had 80 grams of protein. Lets ****ing go!!!

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Your body can only metabolize so much protein at one time. Its good to get a regular, solid amount of it, but eating gobbs and gobbs of it all the time doesnt necessarily mean more gains... It gets expensive too
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Unread 04-08-2013, 10:29 PM   #80
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Your body can only metabolize so much protein at one time. Its good to get a regular, solid amount of it, but eating gobbs and gobbs of it all the time doesnt necessarily mean more gains... It gets expensive too
But depending on the individual, meaning if they are carb sensitive, the caloric surplus should come from protein or fat. This is another myth I am quick to question. Studies show yes and no but protein ingestion yields the best bang for your metabolic buck. Just my opinion as I'm no expert
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But depending on the individual, meaning if they are carb sensitive, the caloric surplus should come from protein or fat. This is another myth I am quick to question. Studies show yes and no but protein ingestion yields the best bang for your metabolic buck. Just my opinion as I'm no expert
Im no expert either. I took a few classes in college and was told that no matter who ya are, one can only ingest so much protein.. The excess is just turned to waste. Im sure the levels vary quite a bit from one person to the next but, the limit is still there in everyone. If that makes sense?
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Unread 04-08-2013, 10:41 PM   #82
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I can see your point. I'm one to question everything, even overtraining. In my case on avg I get 50 pro, 59-69 fat and 5 carb thru the week per meal. Press 2-3 times wk as well as squat. Stronger and feel better than ever
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I can see your point. I'm one to question everything, even overtraining. In my case on avg I get 50 pro, 50-60 fat and 5 carb thru the week per meal. Press 2-3 times wk as well as squat. Stronger and feel better than ever
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If its working for you, keep it up. Everyone is different. I know there are "caps" on certain things though from what Ive learned. There are so many variables in nutrition/lifting/training its hard to always set a "standard" on what is Right or wrong
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Week 1 of Thor is complete. Already put on 2 pounds and I'm at 9.85% BF. So far, so good. My legs feel strong as **** now.

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2nd week leg day done. Same routine as last week except I added RDLs instead of leg curls. I'm exhausted, but I definitely feel stronger.

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Welp, ****ed up my shoulder again. Looks like I won't be benching for awhile now:/

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Welp, ****ed up my shoulder again. Looks like I won't be benching for awhile now:/

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How's your wrist form on the bench? Keeping it straight and firm will transfer all the energy through the forearms and it'll be less tough on the shoulders.

It doesn't really make any sense but it certainly helped in my case. What're you benching these days?
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How's your wrist form on the bench? Keeping it straight and firm will transfer all the energy through the forearms and it'll be less tough on the shoulders.

It doesn't really make any sense but it certainly helped in my case. What're you benching these days?
I do. I got in a car accident in high school and my shoulders never been the same since. I've messed it up benching at least five times.

Last time I maxed was 105. But I've been doing 15 sets of 95 and 3 sets of 105 on this Thor workout. I'm thinking maybe 135, if my shoulder holds up.

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