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 Post subject: Re: maybenot's training log
PostPosted: Tue Dec 31, 2013 2:10 pm 
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CUTTIN DOES SUCK !!!
3 months in, at 69.5kg right now and no ABS !

So, time for new year resolutions:
- Abs
- 7.6kg lean muscle mass
- Packing my lunch
- Walking my dog EARLY in the morning
- Sleeping early, Waking up Early
- 100kg Deadlift for reps. (220lbs)
- Learn how to Squat without screwing up my knee

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alrite pal, just checking in to see how things are going havent had my internet for a while so i have alot of catching up to do! hope you had a good christmas and new year in brazil!



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 10, 2014 5:52 pm 
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How's progress on those deads comin???

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3 sets x 12 reps x 170 lbs (77kg)

I guess I`ll beat my goal of 220lbs for reps =)

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hell yeah you'll get there! that's a lot of weight to be hoisting around like that!

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Hi guys,
I`ve been neglecting my virtual log, but rest assured I`m still lifting. Or, well, trying to lift!
Finished my cutting diet, almost total failure! Lost a lot of lean mass, but at least I learned a lot in the proccess.

I will try to update more!

About the deadlifts, haven`t improved since my last update, cutting diets suck and make you weak!
Just started a bulk again, now the good times will begin =)

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 Post subject: Re: maybenot's training log
PostPosted: Mon Mar 10, 2014 5:02 pm 
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Looking forward to seeing you get back into it again. Sorry I'm not sure if I've ever posted in here although I do pop in from time to time and check what you are up to!

Take care and have fun with the bulk, always fun MF.

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maybenot wrote:
Hi guys,
I`ve been neglecting my virtual log, but rest assured I`m still lifting. Or, well, trying to lift!
Finished my cutting diet, almost total failure! Lost a lot of lean mass, but at least I learned a lot in the proccess.

I will try to update more!

About the deadlifts, haven`t improved since my last update, cutting diets suck and make you weak!
Just started a bulk again, now the good times will begin =)



glad to see you back in the bulking game pal, heres to eating........LOTS :D

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 Post subject: Re: maybenot's training log
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mrbear666 wrote:
glad to see you back in the bulking game pal, heres to eating........LOTS :D

My goal is to get fat like you!
I`m eating while writing this down!

8 meals a day = bliss

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 Post subject: Re: maybenot's training log
PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 8:35 am 
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Approximately how many calories are you planning to eat per day? I always have a hard time bulking without it turning to fat.

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 Post subject: Re: maybenot's training log
PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 9:39 am 
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I had the same problem last year. Bulked hard = gained fat.
After this bulk, I did a cutting diet and shed 8kg (17lbs ). The cutting was easy for me, I`m a `skinny` type of guy like you.

Now I`m planning my diet and training with a vegan bodybuilder which is a friend of mine here in Brazil.
The first thing I did was to cut processed processed carbs. That means no sugar, no flour, no bread, no pasta . . .
My carb sources are brown rice, sweet potatoes, regular potatoes, oats and fruits.

Right after I decided to stop cutting, I slowly switched to a higher calorie diet, that`s one mistake I made in my past bulk, I calculated that I should consume 2600 calories and started eating that amount overnight. This time I`m taking my time, in the end of my cutting diet I was consuming 1600 calories a day, I switched to 1800 calories and in the subsequent week to 2000 calories. Doing that my goal is to gain max. 0.5kg (1 lbs) every 10 days.
So i kept weighting myself (first thing in the morning, fasted, after i pee) until my weight seemed to go up. I got to 2200 calories. After 10 days eating 2200 calories I gained exactly 0.5kg(1lbs).

So, thats where I am at right now, it`s not even been a month since I went back to bulking, almost 1kg (2.2lb) up. And that will be my strategy, go up slowly and without consuming anything processed.

My training is a simple ABCD split, 4 days a week (5 if I feel like going an extra day). And sometimes if I feel like it I do some intermitent running (run 1min/walk 2 min/run 1min/walk 2min) for 15 minutes top.
The training strategy is to keep the weight training constant and as I consume more calories I will do more activities to burn some extra calories and speed up my metabolism ( some short HIIT activities, never exceeding 15 minutes)

Was that clear? If you want I could post my current diet. Seems to be working now that I have some help from a friend =)

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 Post subject: Re: maybenot's training log
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No, that's very clear, thank you :)

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I'm not posting a lot, but I'm consistent with my training and diet.
Just deadlifted 253lbs (115kg) with TERRIBLE form this morning.
First time lifting heavy, next time I will improve my form :D


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 Post subject: Re: maybenot's training log
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Hell yeah buddy! Awesome lifts!

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 Post subject: Re: maybenot's training log
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Well at least you recognised that your form was bad!

Give me a yell if you need any help with anything MF.

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