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    Originally Posted by creekrat View Post
    I remember seeing that diet for a day that you sent me with all the macros. DL, it's a lot!!! I'm very curious about the belt squat. Seems like you can get more iso work done, especially with the glutes. Almost like a cross between a squat and hip thrusts
    Belt squat still isn't in, been almost 3 months, pissing me off!!!

    Idea though is to get more quad work in without having to load up the spine, give the back a break, and have the limiting factor be my quads. Be able to push hard without the fear of dying under a heavy barbell if I fail.
    Achieving your goals is 90% mental.
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    Leg Day.... Love it and Hate it.

    -Vertical Leg Press, feet and knees close: 320 lbs + 2 Orange Bands x 16,13,12. Quads feel so full at the end of each set, like they're going to split right through the skin. Hurts, but is awesome!!!

    -Squats, high bar: 315 lbs x 5,5,10. Took the last set to technical failure, or 1 rep shy.

    Accessory Supersets:
    -A1) Goblet Squats, heels elevated: 80 lbs x 22,18,16. As deep as possible, only come 3/4 of the way up. Quads are burning!!!!!
    -A2) Decline Leg Curls: 75 lbs x 10,8,7+5 Partials + 0:10 Iso Hold. Less reps, but better form.

    Extra Back+Bis work:
    -B1) Ntrl Grip Cable Pulldowns: 140 lbs x 15,10,10.
    -B2) DB Hammer Curls: 30's x 12, 27.5's x 9, 25's x 10.
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    Solid progress! Up over 15 lbs in what, 12 weeks or so? How much has your bf changed thus far?

    Respect on the diet, I do not miss eating that much. You have the added benefit of being able to cut on quite a few calories when you're ready. Well done

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    Originally Posted by mediocre1645 View Post
    Solid progress! Up over 15 lbs in what, 12 weeks or so? How much has your bf changed thus far?

    Respect on the diet, I do not miss eating that much. You have the added benefit of being able to cut on quite a few calories when you're ready. Well done
    I'm up 16 lbs in 14 weeks. Tough to tell on bf, as I'm walking around stuffed all day feeling like a fatty. But when I wake up in the mornings, I feel like I look pretty ok. I'd be very happy if half were actual muscle tissue, the rest water and fat.
    Achieving your goals is 90% mental.
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    Originally Posted by CJ275 View Post
    I'm up 16 lbs in 14 weeks. Tough to tell on bf, as I'm walking around stuffed all day feeling like a fatty. But when I wake up in the mornings, I feel like I look pretty ok. I'd be very happy if half were actual muscle tissue, the rest water and fat.
    I've noticed the same when eating like this. I usually lose 2 lbs in water weight over the course of the night getting up to piss.

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    Originally Posted by CohibaRobusto View Post
    I've noticed the same when eating like this. I usually lose 2 lbs in water weight over the course of the night getting up to piss.
    Sooooo many bathroom trips and night sweats. I've had to change clothes in the middle of the night a few times because I sweat through everything. And since starting Deca, it smells...different. The ol' lady said that she's noticed I smell different too.
    Achieving your goals is 90% mental.
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    Originally Posted by BrotherIron View Post
    You'll wake up less times throughout the night if you breathe through your nose and not your mouth.
    Wish I could, the damn wife likes the heat turned up to inferno, and we have forced hot air. My nasal passages get all jammed up and dried out, completely useless.

    And when I forget to turn on the humidifier, like last night, I snore like a monster.

    I've had dreams where I'm in a desert, trying to drink sand because I'm so dried out. It's awful. Grounds for a divorce!!!!
    Achieving your goals is 90% mental.
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    213.6 lbs on the scale this morning.

    I brought FOUR lunches to work with me today.

    Shit's getting serious.
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    Originally Posted by CJ275 View Post
    213.6 lbs on the scale this morning.

    I brought FOUR lunches to work with me today.

    Shit's getting serious.


    10char....

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    Shoulders/Arms Day:

    -DB Shoulder Presses: 60's x 12,9,7
    -DB Lateral Raises: 20's x 16,13,12 + Partials
    -DB Rear Flyes: 20's x 22,18,19
    -DB Front Raises: 15's x 23,18,15 + Alternating Partials

    Assistance Supersets, minimal rest in between:

    -A1) Tricep Rope Pressdowns: 40 x 18,10,8 + Partials
    -A2) DB Inc Curls w/Fat Gripz: 20's x 17,14,12
    -A3) Pushups: 15,10,9
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