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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 2:33 am 
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yeh he was a legend and what a physique, i much prefer physiques like his, frank zane and so on, massive but real looking, unlike the pros today! right, work for me now :(

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 2:15 pm 
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monday supposed to be chest triceps and shoulders, ended up being chest forearms and cardio? :?

bench press

1 set 20kg bar 50 reps
1 set 40kg 15 reps
1 set 60kg 5 reps

6 sets of 1 rep 90kg 1 min between sets

1 set 60 kg 12 reps
1 set bar 30 reps


2sets standing behind back wirst curls 20kg to failure
2sets seated wrist curls 20kg to failure

2 sets to failure on the roller of death :lol: my forearms were so pumped after this veins popping out everywhere awesome!

30mins cycling


food

1/2 loaf wholemeal bread
1/2 jar blackcurrant jam
3 cups (b4 cooking) brown rice
4 slices toast
6 baked potatoes
bowl of roast veg

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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Man, either I eat like a sparrow or you eat quite a lot mate! Liking the veiny arms haha

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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lol i think its me being a pig :lol: i love eating, the more i eat the better i feel. whats your diet like mf?


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Dude you really eat a lott that's a lot of potatoes in there that's like my 2 meals combined . Way to go man i wish i could eat so much .


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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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what a way to spend your birthday! doing squats :lol: was supposed to do this last night but loads of family came round cuz they know ill be out on my birthday to avoid the fuss


10mins bike

squats -

20kg 20reps
60kg 10reps
90kg 6 reps
60kg 26 reps
60kg 18reps
40kg 16reps ass to heels, like doing these at the end....... really hard and im guessing helps with flexibility a bit!

standing behind back wrist curls -

20kg to failure
no rest
30kg to failure
30 seconds
30kg to failure
no rest
20kg to failure

2 sets to failure on the life wrecker, i mean roller

15mins bike

cant be bothered posting my food as its never any different, will just put a random pic up for people to laugh at now and again!

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY MIKE! training on your birthday is dedication ;) on mine the mrs made me a vegan chocolate cake and I drank ale all day haha
that wrist roller sounds like hell haha! have you noticed forearm improvements yet?
also I took the liberty of calculating a 1 rep max on your squats (90Kg x 6) that gives you a 1rm of 107! good number man :D have you done heavier before??

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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cheers buddy! chocolate cake and ale :lol: :lol: ive not had a vegan cake, they good?

it is hell but i love training forearms they look so cool for a bit after all pumped up and veiny haha i found it easier 2nite than the other day so must be working! make one mate its pumps your whole arm up!

107? ok for a cyclist/weight trainer i suppose, yeh i used to be able to lift alot more on everything, but that was when i was a big lump at a touch under 17stone, taking evry supplement under the sun and eating about a million calories a day of, well pretty much anything :lol:

i keep forgetting that im much lighter now so my lifts arent going to be as good.

you training tomorow?

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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vegan cakes are fantastic! my father in law is an old fashioned farmer and was reluctant to eat some of it but once he did he had seconds haha :)
how did you make it? I used to do light forearm curls and a weird yet effective technique where you hold two or three full bottles of wine or water, (wine bottles are better) inbetween your fingers and walk. sounds odd but maybe that's because I'm not explaining it right haha regardless of that you get a killer forearm workout, hurts like shit!!
well that's still an impressive number :D bloody hell you used to be heavy haha, what weight are you at now?
yeah I'm training tomorrow lunch time, I was gonna squat but lunges yesterday have resulted in pretty bad leg doms :/ maybe I'll deadlift and hit shoulders again haha. you training tomorrow? got much planned for the weekend?

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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hmmm i might have to try and make one sumtime! haha is he old school and thinks vegans are nuts?


i just got a scaffold tube and covered it in bandage and tied a rope around it in the middle about 3 foot long. just tie the rope to weights then twist in your hands and wind the weight up then do the same to lower it! eh? i cant picture your bottle workout! yeh i was a big lump, not much definition but was strong, im 84kg now so around 13 stone something i think, racing bear! :lol:

ah leg DOMS lovely innit :lol: sweet, i might hit the deadlifts again too but if my lower back is stiff after the squats ill just do some rows + chins etc

no plans for the weekend really, might get the ducks some new houses and stuff like that! what about you? are u working again?

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Haha pretty much although he's far too nice and polite to say so :)
Yeah its hard to explain but the tube idea sounds good! Think I'll give it a try next time I grip train, could use an empty dumbell handle or something.
Yeah I'm working all weekend and have christmas work party and my dads birthday shindig so no time for training unfortunately!
Having ducks must be so cool :D

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yeh a dumbell tube would be spot on ! busy weekend ahead then mate! plenty of ales to be had??

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I'll try not to go too nuts with ales! Couple a spitfires! (Imagine I said that in a bristolian accent)

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haha proper ales! have a good weekend!

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Happy birthday man!!!!

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