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Re: 20 Reps and 1 gallon of soy milk a day

#16 Postby bodybag » Fri Nov 21, 2008 3:35 pm

I did this routine for 2 more sessions. I got up to 230lbsx20 DL and 200lbsx20 Full Squats started at 166 or 170lbsx20 Full Squats. Now I feel dizzy and fatigued all the time even on my off days. I can't handle this shit anymore. :psycho: :zunge:
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Re: 20 Reps and 1 gallon of soy milk a day

#17 Postby bodybag » Fri Nov 21, 2008 10:10 pm

Friday 11/21
Coc Trainer 1x10, 1x9
Full Squat 1x5x210lbs
DB Bench 1x5x64lbs
DB Row 1x5x80lbs
DB Bicep Curl 1x4x33, 1x1x32lbs
Forearms
Thor's Hammer 3x8x15lbs
DB Seated Pronation 3x8x10lbs

Knuckle Push-up 10, 10, 10, 10, 9=49

Tabata Squat Jumps: 4 minutes

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Re: Dizzy

#18 Postby bodybag » Sat Nov 22, 2008 9:15 pm

Saturday 11/22
Decline Sit-ups 2x10x100lbs
DB Side Bends 2x10x81lbs each side (I have 3lbs not 2.5lb plates)
I could of used my Iron Woody fractional plates
Standing BB plate twist 1x30x50lbs

Cardio
18 minutes

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Re: Tha Shizzolator

#19 Postby bodybag » Sun Nov 23, 2008 6:46 am

Tha Shizzolator Routine
Session 1
Full Squat
Bench
Horizontal Row

Session 2
Deadlift
Romanian Deadlift
Overhead Press

Session 3
Full Squat
Bench
Horizontal Row

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Re: Tha Shizzolator Routine

#20 Postby bodybag » Sun Nov 23, 2008 4:59 pm

24: REDEMPTION SUNDAY NOVEMBER 23rd 2 HOUR EVENT 8 PM EST

Sunday 11/23
DL 1sx5rx260lbs
RDL 3sx5rx200lbs
Strict DB Press 1sx5rx46lbs

Tabata Squat Jumps: 4 minutes

Knuckle Push-ups: 100 b/t 8pm-12am

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Re: 20 Reps and 1 gallon of soy milk a day

#21 Postby DV » Thu Nov 27, 2008 2:42 pm

bodybag wrote:I still need to lose body fat (I'm stuck at 200lbs/90.7 kgs 6' 1"/185 cm ), I have diabetes type II, my A1C was elevated two months ago, and I want to avoid taking medications. :( I try to keep my caloric intake to 2000-2200 a day.


First, strong work. I hate doing high rep anything although my trainer has me do so often - I don't know that I would push myself nearly as hard.

I am very interested in what your daily eating looks like. Are you actively trying to cut body fat right now? I'm in a cutting phase (5'10", 158-160 lbs) and only go lower than 2500 calories for 72 hours max, then bump it up to my maintenance range.

I presume you're busy with your studies but if you have time to read then you may want to check out How Fat Works. I think the author gives a good explanation of insulin resistance and the fat metabolism aspects of diabetes. Much of his research (and others) is mouse research but not all of the theories are extrapolations. I haven't studied the physiology of diabetes in quite some time and was surprised with what I learned. Of course this may be old news to you if you've been living with diabetes and studying it recently.
Do what you always did, get what you always got.

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Re: 20 Reps and 1 gallon of soy milk a day

#22 Postby bodybag » Thu Nov 27, 2008 6:13 pm

DV wrote:First, strong work. I hate doing high rep anything although my trainer has me do so often - I don't know that I would push myself nearly as hard.
Thanks!
DV wrote:I am very interested in what your daily eating looks like. Are you actively trying to cut body fat right now? I'm in a cutting phase (5'10", 158-160 lbs) and only go lower than 2500 calories for 72 hours max, then bump it up to my maintenance range.
I'll start recording a food log again starting tomorrow. 2000-2200 calories a day is a wild guess. I eat like a large mammal. :lol: I have to restrain myself.

Yes, I'm trying to cut/reduce body fat right now. The issue with me and body fat reduction is I haven't been able to train consistantly for a while because I've struggled with insomnia for nearly 2 years. I've had insomnia for over 20 years. Stress triggered this latest bout.

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Re: Tha Shizzolator Training Log

#23 Postby bodybag » Thu Nov 27, 2008 6:22 pm

Thursday 11/27
Full Squat 1sx5rx220lbs
DB Bench Press 1sx5rx65lbs
T-Bar Row 3sx5rx120lbs

I'll record any other stuff I do below the line later
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Re: Life After Death

#24 Postby bodybag » Fri Nov 28, 2008 6:08 pm

*I threw in the OL because I was bored this day

Friday 11/28
DB Pwr. Jerk 1sx5rx58lbs
DB Pwr. Snatch 3sx5rx60lbs (should of used more weight)
DB Pwr. Clean 3sx5rx75lbs

Abs
Decline Sit-ups 2sx12rx50lbs
DB Side Bends 2sx10rx80lbs each side
Standing BB Plate Twists 1sx30tx50lbs

I wish I had enough room in my crib to do Full Contact Twists :(

Friday 11/28
Food Log
Calories: 2500
Fat: 55g
Carbs: 314g
Protein: 129g
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Re: Life After Death

#25 Postby LocalBrada » Fri Nov 28, 2008 9:02 pm

R.I.P. B.I.G. !!

You heard about the new movie coming out about homeboy?
"Eating should be seen as a ritual of health."
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Re: Life After Death

#26 Postby bodybag » Fri Nov 28, 2008 9:24 pm

LocalBrada wrote:R.I.P. B.I.G. !!

You heard about the new movie coming out about homeboy?
I just found out about it today while I was surfing the net.

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Re: Life After Death

#27 Postby bodybag » Sat Nov 29, 2008 5:47 pm

Saturday 11/29
DL 1sx5rx280lbs
RDL 3sx5rx220lbs
Wide Grip Pull-ups 3x5bw (assisted)

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Re: Life After Death

#28 Postby bodybag » Sat Nov 29, 2008 10:29 pm

Saturday 11/29
Food Log
Calories: 2510
Fat: 68g
Carbs: 304g
Protein: 135g

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Re: Life After Death

#29 Postby LocalBrada » Sun Nov 30, 2008 3:06 am

Super sweet, a food log! You been checking your blood sugar levels? The doc return your msg?
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Re: Life After Death

#30 Postby bodybag » Mon Dec 01, 2008 10:50 pm

Sunday 11/30
I didn't do abs. I had to work on class assignments all day.

Monday 12/1
11" Box Squats 3sx5rx210lbs
DB Bench 2sx5rx60lbs, 1sx4rx60lbs, falied on 5th rep
T-Bar Row 3sx5rx115lbs

Food Log
Corrections
I made miscalculations on Friday and Saturday

Friday 11/28
Calories: 2020
Fat: 55g
Carbs: 260g
Protein: 115g

Saturday 11/29
Calories: 2110
Fat: 68g
Carbs: 259g
Protein: 125g

Monday 12/1
Calories: 2100
Fat: 64g
Carbs: 224g
Protein: 135g


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