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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
PostPosted: Thu Dec 19, 2013 6:40 pm 
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Nice training as of late dude! Interesting to see everyone here wishing to bulk a little in 2014 - I feel the same way. Finally going to try getting over my fear of gaining weight back. Let's get fuckin HUGE! haha

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
PostPosted: Sat Dec 21, 2013 3:15 am 
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bulking isthe way my friend, especially at christmas time :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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Great time to bulk up !!

Hope you had a great Christmas Mike, all the best for a kick-arse 2014 as well mate MF.

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
PostPosted: Sat Dec 28, 2013 12:41 pm 
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hey MF good to hear from you pal! hope all is good with you :D

my internet has been broken over christmas so this is a belated merry christmas to everyone.

went to the gym for a HIT upper body workout yesterday and got a bench of 120kg for one rep which is awesome i havent benched that much for years, happy days :D must have been all the calories over christmas. going to add even more rest days in between workouts as this seems to be working for me, going to try training legs one sunday then upper body the next sunday, then legs the sunday after and so on, i hadnt trained upper body for 2 weeks and then benched 120kg out of the blue that is my reasoning behind the long rest periods. mike mentzer has written about big gaps between workouts also.

happy new year to everyone :D

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
PostPosted: Sat Dec 28, 2013 4:25 pm 
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Great bench mate:))

Your right about Mikes recommendations, he had some clients train as little as once every 10-14 days, good friend of Mikes, John Little expanded on this with his Nautilus North Studies, after testing over 1000 clients in a bod pod, he found that average trainee requires 7 days (6.6 to be exact) before anything showed up (overcompensation) as the result of a workout. Some individuals he found required as much a 11 days.

He talks about it here...
http://www.ibi-fitness.com/cardio.html

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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120kg bench? Damnit Mike, you're the boss. That's awesome!

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God dammit mike! Killer bench bud! :o what do you weigh ATM? If you don't mind me asking haha

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hey guys, sorry for the late reply still having internet and weather problems.

@hitrob cool, thanks for that link ill defo check it out i didnt used to pay much attention to recovery but im really starting to now by taking longer between workouts now. i couldnt really do it before for fear of losing strength and size hopefully my weights will continue steadily upwards :D , hope your doing well over there in ireland and weather isnt destroying everything like it is here!

@MF and mr Rossco cheers guys! the happyness from the bench has already gone and i wanna do more again now. i think im weighing in around 92kg now. 100kg is my goal now aslong as i stay injury free :D

hope everyone is having a good 2014 so far!

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 Post subject: Re: mrbears training log
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Sweet bench man! I'd be amazed if I ever reached that level... You must be on permanent beast mode! haha!

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Hey Mike, just to let you know as you expressed an interest before, we're playing in Rhyl on 21st Feb. I'm not sure if that's anywhere near you, but I thought I'd give you a heads up.

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thanks esqinchi, plenty of calories and hard smart training and you can get there, thats not the most ive ever done but due to the injuries and so on ive had im fairly happy, but will strive for more :D

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thanks Andi its not far from me at all ill see what i can do! :D going to lamb of god on the 19th of this month, cant wait :D

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bodyweight upto 93kg now, onward and upward!

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HIT Rob wrote:
Great bench mate:))

Your right about Mikes recommendations, he had some clients train as little as once every 10-14 days, good friend of Mikes, John Little expanded on this with his Nautilus North Studies, after testing over 1000 clients in a bod pod, he found that average trainee requires 7 days (6.6 to be exact) before anything showed up (overcompensation) as the result of a workout. Some individuals he found required as much a 11 days.

He talks about it here...
http://www.ibi-fitness.com/cardio.html

Happy new year mate:)



cheers for that link Rob, interesting stuff, just browsing around the site now! i trained legs on sunday, did only 2 working sets. 1 set of static hold to total failure on leg extension then straight to leg press for one set of total failure and very nearly puked on the machine and felt pretty rough all day. my legs are still sore writing this on tuesday :lol: . probably including warm up the workout took about 10 mins lol, and the leg press was a pb. awesome :D i always used to be a free weights person, but im loving the way you can concentrate the work so well in specific areas with machines.

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You are a fucking Ogre! 93kg oO
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