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Re: Endy: from scrawny to brawny

Posted: Sat Jun 28, 2008 4:37 pm
by Endy
I woke up and noticed my body was a little more worn down than I thought was healthy. Cancelled my planned 20 minute run and stuck with abdominals only. Since I do a lot of sports activity during the week, I've likely exceeded my cardiovascular requirement, anyhow. Tomorrow is an off day, so I'm curious to see how I'll be by Monday.

Wondering if I'm noticing a small fat deposit around the rectus abdominus. Would make sense, since I am trying to bulk. :P

Superset #1 (2 sets, 25 reps, rest 90 secs after completion of each superset)
Crunches (N/A)
Lying Leg Raises (N/A)

Re: Endy: from scrawny to brawny

Posted: Mon Jun 30, 2008 6:57 pm
by Endy
Today's upper body workout was the same as my last one. Triceps were a little sore, so I cut the weights in half in the hopes of flushing blood through them, but not working them intensely.

Definitely noticing progress! And that ROCKS!

Re: Endy: from scrawny to brawny

Posted: Tue Jul 01, 2008 3:42 pm
by Endy
More progress. Today was legs day, weeks 1-2 of 6. A lot of good news: I upgraded pounds on squats by +10 (+5 x 2 barbells), deadlifts +10 (+5 x 2), and calves +10 (+5 x 2).

Not as amazing news: I noticed I was doing poor form with barbell raises for the deltoids, so I changed the pounds by -5 from each barbell and got better results.

Officially started my weights log, and am putting in old information from last week in there as well.

I also tried seitan, chicken style. The seitan so far seems good, but the "chicken style" made it lose appeal.