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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 3:27 am 
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Ah it was bollocks man, the headlining band wouldn't come over from portsmouth and play because the venue owner wouldn't pay their ferry costs so loads of people bailed :/ litttleeeee bit hungover nothing major ahha

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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You ate A WHOLE LOAF of bread ??!!

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 12:35 pm 
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gutted mate, you think they would have sorted all the travel out a bit sooner really yeh lol


@ mini forklift yeh mate i often eat whole loafs of bread, big ones too :lol: why you so shocked? :D

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:16 pm 
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friday, back! weighed in at 84.9 kilos today havent weight myself for a while


after MF and rossco talking bout deadlifts, i decided to start doing them again tonight, i wanted to stay light and work on technique but couldnt resist going a bit heavier.

1 set 20kg 30reps
1 set 60kg 10 reps
1 set 80kg 10 reps
1 set 100kg 10 reps (failure)
1 set 40kg 20 reps

5 mins stretching

30mins fast spinning bike

was made up to deadlift 100kg again its hard to lower the weight tho because im upstairs on a wooden floor so i have to slow right down for the last inch or so of the rep so it doesnt damage to floor :lol: ill probably keep the weight down next week and go for 20 with 80kg, and 15 with 90kg

food today

6 slicesbrown bread toast with jam
2 cups brown rice
1tin butter beans
1tin black eyed beans
6 baked potatoes
1 pineapple
small dry salad

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:24 pm 
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wahey! good to see you deadlifting! high rep deads feel great don't they :p?
get yourself a couple of spongey mats? I have some that were intended for taking camping but they've become a little platform for the weights in my room haha, where did you get your weights from dude? I got mine from argos (lol) agessss ago but only have up to 35Kg at home.
also noticed loads of beans in your food for today ;) I just got a tin of the new heinz 5 bean its so good!

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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yeh they do mate forgot how much deads get your legs and lungs! ah yeh good idea with the mats might save me from landing up in the kitchen :lol: ill go look for some tomorow. i got my weights from fitness super store online. ive got a big powertec squat rack thing, a bench that goes incline, its got a leg extensions with it but i never use it. and olympic bar, 200kg of weight discs, some 35kg dumbells, and a 12kg kettlebell. the rack has chin up handles on it and ive got a spinning bike too, it looks like a sports science lab in my room 8)

yeh lovin the beans! heinz 5 bean? wow sounds like my dream tin of beans, tell me more :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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holy shit that sounds amazing!! Currently saving for a deposit as I'm getting a decent place with the mrs next summer so can't invest in something that cool just yet but I'll need a set up like that! it'll save me a lot of money in the long run paying for gym memberships and petrol money getting there :p
yeah they're standard heinz baked beans but consist of 5 different types of bean :o

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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theres a pic of it a few pages back somewhere. i think it was 500quid for the rack bench and all the weights but its a proper heavy duty 3inch box section one, i got in on good old 0% finance about 5 years ago. fitness-superstore.co.uk brilliant place. its definately works out cheaper, plus you can have the music as loud as you want, and shout YEAH BUDDY whenever you like too :lol:

first stop tomoro is tesco for some heinz dream beanz!

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plus you can have the music as loud as you want, and shout YEAH BUDDY whenever you like too :lol:


hahahahahaha! :D

and I hope you enjoy the dream beanz! they are delish!

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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just bean (couldnt resist) out to get the beanz, very tasty, just had a tin on toast! might have another one for lunch :lol:

dug out my mike mentzer books last night, might give one of his programs ago again, i did it a while back and had pretty good results. any one tried it?



pasta chopped garlic, 2 tins of beans, whole leafy lettuce


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made a forearm roller earlier out of a piece of scaffold tube, havent tried one before and it hurts like hell! my hands feel like they belong to someone else now :lol: awesome pump tho


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I love how simple your food is! proper to the point meals ;) I very often do that!
cool idea with the homemade forearm roller! i've been meaning to use my grip trainer recently but haven't got round to it, it's so tedius!

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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Which Mike Mentzer book? I've had great success from his stuff, I highly rate it. I have most of his books and a few of his videos and seminars where he is speaking.

Food looks delicious !!

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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yeh my food is simple, i cant be bothered cooking fancy stuff lol just big portions and im happy. my forearms feel fine today! was hoping for some soreness, do some more tonight with more weight. ive woken up with a sore back for some reason today :( hopefully it will ease off in a bit.

ive got a mike mentzer dvd, and 'the wisdom of mike mentzer' also 'high intensity training the mike mentzer way'. like how he recommends a diet of 60%+ carbs dont hear bodybuilders saying that these days.

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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MM was ahead of his time, a shame more people didn't take much notice of his methodology.

Shame how his final years ended up, what a waste.

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