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 Post subject: Re: Consistency is Key
PostPosted: Fri Jun 19, 2009 7:15 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Consistency is Key
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 Post subject: Re: Consistency is Key
PostPosted: Sun Jun 21, 2009 9:56 am 
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Two hours of biceps and forearms.

:) Wow, that's amazing to me.

I'm not seeing much cardio in your log. You getting any in?

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 Post subject: Re: Consistency is Key
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Nope not doing cardio since that one crazy week of mixed cardio and circuit training had me dropping 9lbs super quick. I'm already under 200lbs and with that I was in the high 180s. Gonna just continue with my 2 hours of slaughter and kick in cardio if I feel like I'm picking up bf%.

As for the 2 hours of bis and forearms with only 1m30s between sets and 2m between exercises, the trick is high intensity and high variation of the same movement. You'll see me doing a ton of cable work while in a lunge or squat stance to adjust the entry point of the contraction. Great thing is I'm not bored and I'm focusing on being an utter beast. Probably another reason why I get looks...people have no idea what I'm doing.

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good, so your heart's getting some pump. :love2:

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Two hours of chest and tris with an emphasis on burnouts.

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Two hours of quads, hams and calves with an emphasis on calves.

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Awesome progress for the months you've been at it, Bra. Consistency is the key.

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Two hours of lower back, upper back and rear delts with an emphasis on lats.

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Two hours of lateral movement, traps and delts with an emphasis on front lateral median crossover movements.

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Are you considering becoming a trainer?

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 Post subject: Re: Consistency is Key
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Two hours of biceps and forearms with an emphasis on inner head.

@Johnny Nah I think I would take it personally if the trainee didn't stick with it.

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