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 Post subject: Re: Michaël's log
PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 2:40 pm 
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Some good consistency in here Michael, nice work.

How many days a week do you normally train? What does your pre and post WO nutrition normally consist of?

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 Post subject: Re: Michaël's log
PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 1:58 pm 
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Hi MF, i train 2 days a week now, as you can follow here on the log. 1 day arms and one day abs, but now te ab excercices are slacking again :D also the leg training, lunges and squats i need te restart.
I only do pre and post workout nutrition when i train my arms + the pushups.
Pre workout is a 25g soy protein shake with water about 20 minutes before workout.
Post workout is my dinner which is Potatoes or rice or whole wheat pasta with different variety of vegetables and a big piece of seitan,tempeh or tofu. As dessert, at about 30 minutes post workout i take again a 25g soy protein shake with almond or soy milk.

EZ bar curls:
2 x 15 > 17.5 kg
2 x 10 > 21.5 kg
5 x 10 > 26.5 kg
Hammer curls:
4 x 10 > 12 kg
Dumbell curls:
5 x 10 > 10 kg
Concentration curls:
4 x 8 > 8 kg
Pushups:
15 x 10

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 Post subject: Re: Michaël's log
PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 2:15 pm 
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I've just switched from a soy shake to pea protein, had been using soy for about a year. I've never tried seitan or tempeh before, where do you normally buy that from? Thanks MF.

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 Post subject: Re: Michaël's log
PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 2:46 pm 
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they are in the mock-meat section of any health food store.

tempeh is fermented soy--the healthiest, most digestible form of soy out there
seitan is wheat gluten, and is very high in protein and resembles the texture of meat


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 Post subject: Re: Michaël's log
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Thanks, I'll have a look next time I'm in my local one. Hope you're having a great week MF.

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 Post subject: Re: Michaël's log
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Barbell curls:
1 x 15 > 15.3 kg
2 x 15 > 20.3 kg
10 x 10 > 26.3 kg
Pushups:
6 x 20
2 x 10

I bought myself a Kettler straight bar and i love it. My home equipment is expanding bit by bit. :)

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home gyms are the best mate!

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 Post subject: Re: Michaël's log
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Yep, I'm planning out my home gym at the moment.

Happy Christmas Michael, hope you have a good one MF.

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EZ bar curls:
2 x 15 > 17.5 kg
Dumbell bicep curls:
2 x 8 > 10 kg
Straight bar curls:
5 x 10 > 26.3 kg
5 x 8 > 26.3 kg
Pushups:
1 x 20
8 x 10

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EZ bar curls:
2 x 15 > 17.5 kg
Dumbell bicep curls:
2 x 10 > 10 kg
Straight bar curls:
10 x 10 > 26.3 kg
Pushups:
10 x 10

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 Post subject: Re: Michaël's log
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Crunches:
2 x 20
2 x 10
2 x 15
1 x 10
Calf raises:(Bodyweight)
5 x 20

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EZ bar curls:
5 x 10 > 17.5 kg
Dumbell bicep curls:
5 x 10 > 10 kg
Straight bar curls:
5 x 10 > 26.3 kg
5 x 8 > 26.3 kg
Pushups:
10 x 10


I'm doing +/- 100 crunches every morning after waking up.

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Pushups:
14 x 10
1 x 20
3 x 15

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 Post subject: Re: Michaël's log
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Am I reading that right ~ 205 pushups? Damn !!

I usually do mine in blocks of 50 reps split over 4 sets with about 10secs between each set. 20 reps/15 reps/10 reps/5 reps. Gets the chest pumped up, good to do before I head out somewhere haha.

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 Post subject: Re: Michaël's log
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Pushups:
10 x 10
7 x 15


MF, i'm doing just pushup workout now because my dumbells and bars are on my first floor and i have no heating there. since it's freezing and snowing for some time now i don't train in that cold. i just do different positions pushups downstairs where it's a nice temperature :)
i do aim to doing more amount because to me it gives a really good feeling.

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