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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:00 am 
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finally got round to my back workout. bit of a mix today for a change, had barely any rest between sets kinda like a cricuit i suppose

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20kg 30reps
30kg 30reps
40kg 20reps
50kg 20reps
60kg 17reps
60kg 15reps
30kg 30reps

power cleans no floor touching between reps

2sets 40kg 15 reps for both

35kg each hand dumbell deadlifts 15reps

roller of doom 2 sets to failure

hoping to do some spinning tonight

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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mrbear666 wrote:
thought people would like to see this if they havent already, i used to read about tom platz when i was in school cuz he had the craziest legs in bb'ing at the time. this is a famous vid pretty impressive! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6H-xs0fPyM



I did not see this video before that is some nasty weight , good motivation .
So how are high reps working for you , you are even managing good weight with it .


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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:32 am 
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yeh its good motivation thats for sure!

high reps working well boss, i like to kinda keep fit as well as lift weight so it makes my workout a little bit more cardiovascular that way when i start cycling etc again in the spring i wont be too bulky or unfit! i love the pumps from high reps also!

how are things with you?

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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monday chest and a little shoulders. weak today even tho i looked pumped and good in the mirror grrrrr

bench

20kg 15 reps
40kg 15reps
60kg 17 reps
60kg 13 reps
40kg 23 reps
40kg 19 reps

lateral raises

2.5kg discs 30reps
5kg discs 30reps
5kg 30reps
5kg 30 reps
no rest
2.5 kg 17 reps

seated millitary press 5 sets 20 kg bar

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Hey we all have bad days man
I bloody love high reps ahha I've been doing a set of high reps to finish for a while now, mind you 8+ is high for me haha

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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yeh its probably cuz i dont normally train 2days in a row, nevermind mirror doesnt lie haha

i did a set of leg press in the gym a while back, i did 127 reps of 100kg for a bet :lol: its a leg press where you press horizontally tho not up on an angle. so i guess my home workouts are medium reps? :lol:

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Ahha me neither I like leaving a day inbetween.
Ooo the 100rep challenge? Think mini has a youtube vid of him doing that

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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i dont wanna see it cuz it will be far more than mine :lol:

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Haha well I don't think I could physically do 100+reps of anything! I did quite high rep leg extensions after squats and felt like my legs were on fire

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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Ahha me neither I like leaving a day inbetween.
Ooo the 100rep challenge? Think mini has a youtube vid of him doing that

Yeah, was meant to be a 100 rep challenge but I kept going. Think I got 127 reps as well lol.

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leg extensions burn like hell dont they! i think im ivan drago in rocky 4 when im doing them hahaha

127 aswel? cool :D

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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Yeah 127, funny aye.

I thought it would be an interesting challenge but to be honest I kind of got a bit bored in the middle.

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Just saw Edd, he looks awesome !! Does he take much looking after? Not the most common pet haha.

Pretty cool though, how did you come to inherit him?

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I have grown to love the leg extension.... call me crazy and I love that burn you get from them!

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I have grown to love the leg extension.... call me crazy and I love that burn you get from them!

I really like them as a warmup and/or pre-exhaust movement. Great exercise to do before you squat.

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