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Default 02-02-2008, 12:44 AM

Hang in there brother! Keep us posted!


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Default 02-02-2008, 01:05 AM

hope that heals well bro. its best to just completely forget those movements for a while and refine your others. GL
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Default 02-02-2008, 08:37 PM

Got adjusted again today and did some muscle stim/electric stim. Felt better till I started sitting in car and then that aggravates the heck out of it. Ugh! Had to go to work tonight so I am sitting again for 12 hours with a cold pack and my lifting belt on to keep it in place. lol Good thing shirts can cover these things up. Getting there slowly but surely.


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Default 02-02-2008, 09:37 PM

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Well my back is out. I had burning in my inner quad while doing them, then my lower back was sore. Now it's all locked up and painful as all get out. Ugh!!!!!
If any exercise causes you to experience pain please DO NOT do it!!!

It's probably your form and/or trying to use too much weight but you may need to decrease sets and/or drop stiff legged deads on leg day if you are doing both types of deads each week. When it comes to the lower back you'll have to find what works best for your body. Partial deads may work best for you!

Use some ice on that back and stay away from deads and squats for a while.


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Default 02-02-2008, 10:11 PM

I don't think it's a weight thing. I think between squats, stiff legs and deads/rack deads. It was too much and not enough time to heal up. Actually it started feeling bad after I started stiff leg deads on leg day and progressively felt worse/sore there after. My squats never really made my back hurt, unless I used bad form, it was all in my quads, glute and hams when doing them.
As far as working through pain, you would think I would know better.lol


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I don't think it's a weight thing. I think between squats, stiff legs and deads/rack deads. It was too much and not enough time to heal up. Actually it started feeling bad after I started stiff leg deads on leg day and progressively felt worse/sore there after. My squats never really made my back hurt, unless I used bad form, it was all in my quads, glute and hams when doing them.
As far as working through pain, you would think I would know better.lol
omaha, drop the the stiff legged dead lifts and do two different leg curling movements..


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Default Starting anabolic cruise 2-3-08 - 02-06-2008, 09:08 PM

2/3 ANABOLIC CRUISE

2/3 CHEST AND BI'S
HAMMER STRENGTH INCLINE/PLATE
230X10, 270X8, 250X9
FLYES ON REVERSE FLY/STACK WEIGHT
120X15, 160X12
BARBEL CURLS/PLATE
95X10, 115X8
PREACHER, STACK WEIGHT
80X15 ,125X10
HAMMER DUMBELL
35X9,7
2/6 SHOULDERS AND TRI'S
MILITARY PRESS
180X10 , 200X5 , 185X8
SIDE LATERALS.STACK WEIGHT
90X15 , 120X10
REAR LATERALS
150X15 , 180X9
LYING DUMBELL EXT (JUST LIKE WITH BAR)
35X10 , 45X7 , 40X8
SINGLE ARM, ACROSS CHEST PUSHDOWN
50X12 , 60X9


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2/12 legs
STANDING CALF
180X10,195X7,180X8
SEATED CALF
90X15,160 X9
LEG PRESS (POST BACK ISSUE)
10 PLATESX 9, 12 PLATES AND QUARTERSX6, 12X9
LEG EXT
170X14,210X9
LEG CURL
120X10, 150X6
SEATED LEG CURL
180X15, 225X10

2/13 BACK
RACK DEADS (POST BACK ISSUES)
225X9, 315X5, 275X8
PULLDOWN
200X10,240X4,210X8
STRAIGHT ARM PUSHDOWN
50X15,70X9
ROW HAMMER STRENGTH PLATE LOADED
180X10, 250X6, 200X9
T-BAR
WENT POORLY DUE TO LOWER BACK PAIN
SHRUG
85X11, 95X7

2/15 CHEST BI'S
INCLINE HAMMER STRENGTH PLATES
270X8,290X6,260X9
DUMBBELL FLYES (SHOULDER PAIN)
30X14, 40X8
STRAIGHT BAR CURLS
105X10, 125X7
PREACHER (STACK)
110X15,140X10
HAMMER
25X14,35X7


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Default 02-16-2008, 12:24 AM

New post is above this. Cruise is almost done. 3 more workouts.


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Default 02-16-2008, 11:10 PM

I am at work now and am getting excited about tomorrows AM workout (Sun morn). Hunting down that 225 Military Press. Hoorah!!!


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Default 02-17-2008, 12:06 AM

Get it bro! I guess the back is better now(?)


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Default 02-17-2008, 09:43 AM

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2/12 legs
STANDING CALF
180X10,195X7,180X8
SEATED CALF
90X15,160 X9
LEG PRESS (POST BACK ISSUE)
10 PLATESX 9, 12 PLATES AND QUARTERSX6, 12X9
LEG EXT
170X14,210X9
LEG CURL
120X10, 150X6
SEATED LEG CURL
180X15, 225X10

2/13 BACK
RACK DEADS (POST BACK ISSUES)
225X9, 315X5, 275X8
PULLDOWN
200X10,240X4,210X8
STRAIGHT ARM PUSHDOWN
50X15,70X9
ROW HAMMER STRENGTH PLATE LOADED
180X10, 250X6, 200X9
T-BAR
WENT POORLY DUE TO LOWER BACK PAIN
SHRUG
85X11, 95X7

2/15 CHEST BI'S
INCLINE HAMMER STRENGTH PLATES
270X8,290X6,260X9
DUMBBELL FLYES (SHOULDER PAIN)
30X14, 40X8
STRAIGHT BAR CURLS
105X10, 125X7
PREACHER (STACK)
110X15,140X10
HAMMER
25X14,35X7
omaha, do you have access to some hammer strength row machines? They work better than t-bar rows while protecting the lower back!


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Default 02-17-2008, 07:23 PM

I have access to about 3 or 4 different row style hammer strength machines. All hit at different angles and hands widths..... I really like the Hammer Strength equipment.


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Default 02-20-2008, 09:43 PM

2-17 shoulders and tri's
Military press
185x7,200x4,185x7 (felt weak)
side lats on machine
100x14,130x8
rear lats (reverse on fly machine)
150x15,190x8
lying one arm tri ext dumbs
40x10, 45x8, 45x10
one arm tri pushdowns
50x15,60x8

2/18 legs
standing calf raise
195x10,210x6,195x8
seated calf
100x15,165x8
leg press
12x10,14+dx6,12+dx8
leg ext
170x15,230x9
leg curl
135x10,160x5
seated ham curl
195x15,240x9

2/20 back
rack dead
275x10,365x10,415x9
wide grip pulldowns
210x10,240x5,220x9
straight arm pushdown
60x14,80x7
hammer high row
200x10,270x4,220x9
seated row
120x15,160x8
shrug dumbs (lowered weight and went nice and slow to feel it)
65x12,70x8 (I felt it)

on to the Prime, looking forward to a semi-break


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Default 02-21-2008, 12:23 AM

comming off a back injury and you hit 415x9.

motherf'er thats a strong back.
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comming off a back injury and you hit 415x9.
I just said fark it. Keep your head forward, fixed on one point and your back straight and pull the shat out of it. Worked well.


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Just did bi and chest, 20 mins workout. Nice


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Default 02-25-2008, 11:23 AM

New me shots. lil less bloat, some more def. Not a finish product by far, but getting there. Same height, about 7lb's less and stronger.
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Default 02-25-2008, 11:37 AM

Great job Omaha!!! Your solid thickness for such a tall frame is amazing!


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Default 02-25-2008, 11:51 AM

Do you have limited range of motion in your left shoulder like I do Omaha, it just looks likt it in that photo. Compare your left side with mine.

BTW. Lookin really good.


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