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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/10 20:12:46 (permalink)
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It is peculiar to have such erratic numbers throughout the session. Starting well then losing some ground as a result isn't unusual but to be randomly up and down as you go is a strange one. I would say DBs are a law unto themselves, the coordination and balance required does tend to result in a small increase having a disproportionate effect on achievable volume.
 
The key thing to note with a bad session is whether it repeats itself the next time. Bad ones happen, repetitive occurrences require action

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/11 09:50:11 (permalink)
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Good to hear that coming from the manager of the gym!
 
As DV said, its one bad workout, it happens. Its possible that the fact you couldn't start the way you wanted to due to people hogging the leg press is what messed you up for the rest of the workout.

 
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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/11 12:36:36 (permalink)
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Bad sessions can happen time to time mate. Scratch it up and crack on next sesh. Could be disruption to routine training at different time.

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/11 18:11:16 (permalink)
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Should have just stood near the leg press flexing your quads mate like a peacock ruffles its feathers when you're in it's territory!
 
Good feedback from the manager though mate considering he would see you intermittently.

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/11 19:41:31 (permalink)
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It is peculiar to have such erratic numbers throughout the session. Starting well then losing some ground as a result isn't unusual but to be randomly up and down as you go is a strange one. I would say DBs are a law unto themselves, the coordination and balance required does tend to result in a small increase having a disproportionate effect on achievable volume.
The key thing to note with a bad session is whether it repeats itself the next time. Bad ones happen, repetitive occurrences require action



Yep, weird. Wouldn't say the whole session was bad, just a few exercises.
 
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Good to hear that coming from the manager of the gym!
As DV said, its one bad workout, it happens. Its possible that the fact you couldn't start the way you wanted to due to people hogging the leg press is what messed you up for the rest of the workout.



Two different workouts.
 
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Bad sessions can happen time to time mate. Scratch it up and crack on next sesh. Could be disruption to routine training at different time.



This one was at normal time. It was disappointing and strange but not putting it down as bad session.
 
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Should have just stood near the leg press flexing your quads mate like a peacock ruffles its feathers when you're in it's territory!
Good feedback from the manager though mate considering he would see you intermittently.



The problem is, I have no patience. I'm very good at storming off and swearing under my breath.
 
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11/01/19 - LOWER 2

 
DB SLDL
20kg x 15 w
30kg x 4 w
34kg x 3 w
40kg x 2 w
50kg x 17 [last time 50kg x 16]
50kg x 17 [last time 50kg x 16]
 
Lying leg curl
64kg x 10 [last time 59kg x 10]
64kg x 6 [last time 59kg x 8]
 
BB SLDL
100kg x 20 [last time 90kg x 20]
 
Abductor [rest pause]
100kg x 10/F/F [last time 93kg x 15/F/F]
 
Single leg curl [muscle round]
R: 27kg x 4/4/4/4/4/1 + half reps [last time 27kg x 4/4/4/1/hrs/hrs]
L: 27kg x 4/4/4/4/4/4 [last time 27kg x x 4/4/4/4/hrs/hrs]
 
Squats
105kg x 20 [last time 100kg x 20]
110kg x 12 [last time 105kg x 15]
110kg x 12 [last time 105kg x 15]
 
Leg press
250kg x 20 [last time 240kg x 20]
230kg x 25 [last time 220kg x 30]
140kg x 40 [last time 130kg x 40]
90kg x 50 [last time 80kg x 50]
 
Standing calf raises [Smith]
80kg x 20 [last time 70kg x 20]
80kg x 16 [last time 70kg x 20]
80kg x 15 [last time 70kg x 15]
80kg x 15 [last time 70kg x 15]
 
Time: 1hr 50min.
 
NOTE: This workout is a killer. I'm pretty exhausted by the time I need to do squats, let alone leg press. Really have to dig in and concentrate to get these rep counts. 
 
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Last week's weight: 194.8lbs
This week's weight: 193lbs
 
Last week's waist: 32.5in
This week's waist: 32.5in
 
So two weeks in to cutting phase and I'm 3lbs down. Felt my waist would be smaller because it feels tighter but no change. Posing practice being put in regularly, which I kind of enjoy. The detail Dan goes through on this has proved really helpful; leg position, elbow, toes etc; I'd never have thought of these things. Toughest one to master is the side quarter-turn, which I don't like anyway as I look awful and thin. But everything seems to be on point. Current cycle runs until end of next week, then compounds switch. Still see people bigger and 'better' than me in the gym though. Hopefully I will start to believe soon. 11 weeks out.

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/12 01:03:22 (permalink)
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Some huge reps going in there mate.Hopefully your going to believe in yourself soon.
 
Like I always say trust me your doing awesome just try to believe it

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/12 09:29:40 (permalink)
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An element of doubt drives the pursuit to improve. Just don't let it destroy what you have actually done

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/12 16:18:24 (permalink)
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Some huge reps going in there mate.Hopefully your going to believe in yourself soon.
Like I always say trust me your doing awesome just try to believe it



Hope so. I think I'll know when I start to become more lean.
 
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An element of doubt drives the pursuit to improve. Just don't let it destroy what you have actually done



Yep, the mental challenge is huge with competition. I'm learning how to deal with the competitive side of all this all the time.
 
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After check-in this week, at 11 weeks out, we are introducing cardio. Nothing major, just 20mins LISS daily. Calories dropping again too. Posing getting tweaked all the time and I'm almost constantly thinking about ways to better present what I look like. All the while, keeping two jobs, three kids and a wife happy and cleaning up the constant mess that is our house. Oh and trying to remortgage.
Tempted to put up progress pics but, as usual, I'm not overly happy with them, so may hold off.
Had to move injection site yesterday as not sure whether I have an egg-sized lump developing in my right glute, which I've always used. Not sure if scar tissue, swelling or just muscle. Still, jabbed top outer thigh last night, all good, no problems. 
Except that today it feels fecking bruised and battered.

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/12 23:47:09 (permalink)
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Another good week of progression in training. We will keep an eye on the exercises you stalled on this week and rotate them out if they continue to be a problem. It is inevitable that you reach a plateau and we just switch things up and start building again.
 
I think you should post a few pics. I was very impressed with them this week and I am sure the guys would love to see how you're progressing. 
 
Posing has come on leaps and bounds and considering we are doing via videos back and forth with voice over to give instructions, I feel that we are already pretty damn close to presenting your physique perfectly. I would say the side quarter turns have improved but the side compulsories we need to work with foot position but this will be nailed this week coming.
 
I am getting really excited about this. I can't wait for you to get on stage and finally realise how good you are. Your physique is so good, you really need to believe it.
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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/14 19:23:26 (permalink)
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Another good week of progression in training. We will keep an eye on the exercises you stalled on this week and rotate them out if they continue to be a problem. It is inevitable that you reach a plateau and we just switch things up and start building again.
 
I think you should post a few pics. I was very impressed with them this week and I am sure the guys would love to see how you're progressing. 
 
Posing has come on leaps and bounds and considering we are doing via videos back and forth with voice over to give instructions, I feel that we are already pretty damn close to presenting your physique perfectly. I would say the side quarter turns have improved but the side compulsories we need to work with foot position but this will be nailed this week coming.
 
I am getting really excited about this. I can't wait for you to get on stage and finally realise how good you are. Your physique is so good, you really need to believe it.




Can we build during a deficit? I hope so, because it happened a few times today too, dropping reps etc. See my workout notes below.
 
I might post a few pics. Might do some new ones with the posing tweaks.
 
I do need to believe it but it's hard, especially when I've never had any self belief. And especially, like last night, when one of the PTs keeps taking his fecking shirt off in the gym to do videos has has a better body than me! More lean, better chest. I shouldn't think that way but he gets on my fecking nerves. Now, if I was secure, this wouldn't bother me.
 
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13/01/19 - UPPER 2

 
V-bar pulldowns
25kg x 20 w
34kg x 4 w
39kg x 3 w
45kg x 2 w
52kg x 1 w
86kg x 8 [last time 86kg x 7]
79kg x 8, no touch on 9 [last time 79kg x 8, no touch on 9]
 
Incline dumbbell shrugs
50kg x 12 [last time 50kg x 10]
50kg x 8 [last time 50kg x 6]
NOTE: Not sure about this. Feels odd, like I'm doing it wrong. Can feel it in traps tho, so must be doing something right.
 
Chest-supported dumbbell row
48kg x 7 [last time 46kg x 8]
44kg x 9 [last time 42kg x 12]
 
Pulldowns [wide]
73kg x 10 [last time 79kg x 5]
66kg x 9, no touch on 10 [last time 66kg x 10, no touch on 11]
 
Single-arm cable row [rest pause]
R: 39kg x 15/F/F [last time 39kg x 13/F/F]
L: 39kg x 15/F/F [last time 39kg x 13/F/F]
 
Rear delts
20kg x 18 [last time 20kg x 15]
20kg x 13 [last time 18kg x 17]
20kg x 12 [last time 16kg x 16]
 
Incline bench [Smith]
Bar x 15 w
40kg x 4 w
50kg x 3 w
60kg x 2 w
95kg x 8 [last time 95kg x 6]
90kg x 6 [last time 90kg x 6]
 
Barbell shoulder press
60kg x 9 [last time 60kg x 8]
55kg x 8, failure on 9 [last time 55kg x 10]
 
Cable SLR [muscle round]
14kg x 4/4/4/4/1/1 [last time 14kg x 4/4/4/3/1/0]
 
Tricep pushdown [rest pause]
73kg x 17 [last time 68kg x 20]
73kg x 7 [last time 68kg x 10]
 
Crunches [rest pause]
35/25/20/15
 
Time: 1hr 20min.
 

NOTES:
Trained in evening after work; from 7.35pm. Few dropped reps, nothing major. More increases on most exercises.
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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/14 19:24:22 (permalink)
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14/01/19 - LOWER 1
 
Hack squats
Bar x 15 w
70kg x 4 w
100kg x 3 w
120kg x 2 w
130kg x 1 w
165kg x 5, failure on 6 [last time 165kg x 6]
150kg x 5 [last time 150kg x 10]
 
Walking lunges
36kg x 8 [last time 36kg x 9]
 
NOTE: Long wait for leg press
Leg press
380kg x 10 [last time 380kg x 8]
385kg x 8 [last time 370kg x 9]
 
Leg extension [muscle round]
93kg x 4/4/4/4/0/0 [last time 86kg x 4/4/4/4/4/4]
 
Adductor [rest pause]
73kg x 15/F/0 [last time 73kg x 12/F/F]
 
Single leg curl [rest pause]
R: 36kg x 6 + 2 half reps/F/F [last time 36kg x 8/F/F]
L: 36kg x 10/F/F [last time 36kg x 12/F/F]
 
Leg curl [muscle round]
50kg x 4/4/4/4/half reps/half reps [last time 45kg x 4/4/4/4/4/4]
 
Calf press
138kg x 37 [last time 138kg x 40]
138kg x 22 [last time 138kg x 25]
138kg x 17 [last time 138kg x 17]
 
Time: 1hr 25 - but had to wait for several pieces of equipment.
 
NOTES:
This workout concerns me more. Felt flat, no motivation, lacked that 'fire'.
Hacks were a write off. Lunges I missed one rep but didn't do them last time and hate the things anyway. Leg press was better.
Could be two things; I trained late last night, then early in the morning, twice within 14-15 hours.
Or it's a knock-on from cutting. Calories are well down from the prep high of 5027.
I'm not going into the gym raging and raring to go but it's more of a methodical approach. I also barely sweat any more. Except the horrible night sweats I get almost every night. Strange. Perhaps I need to drop the weight and, if possible as I think my form is good, concentrate on feel more and try for slightly higher reps.

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/14 19:32:45 (permalink)
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All discussions to have with your coach, but on the whole you need to trust the process. Lower cals will make sessions more hit and miss. Erratic rest between sessions unless you specifically adjust diet to cater for recovery and replenishment better will also like cause erratic training performance

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/15 00:28:34 (permalink)
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Working hard mate from what I have read over the years from people getting comp ready the cutting phase can be heaven or hell.Like DV says your coach will offer a hell of a lot more support through this period.
Anxiety I can try and help getting in shape for a comp well out of my league LOL

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/15 22:23:39 (permalink)
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All discussions to have with your coach, but on the whole you need to trust the process. Lower cals will make sessions more hit and miss. Erratic rest between sessions unless you specifically adjust diet to cater for recovery and replenishment better will also like cause erratic training performance



Yep, fair enough.
 
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Working hard mate from what I have read over the years from people getting comp ready the cutting phase can be heaven or hell.Like DV says your coach will offer a hell of a lot more support through this period.
Anxiety I can try and help getting in shape for a comp well out of my league LOL



Cheers mate.
 
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15/01/19 - UPPER 1
 
DB bench press
20kg x 15 w
30kg x 4 w
34kg x 3 w
36kg x 2 w
40kg x 1 w
48kg x 7 [last time 48kg x 7]
44kg x 8 [last time 44kg x 6]
 
DB shoulder press
36kg x 7 [last time 34kg x 10]
32kg x 9 [last time 32kg x 8]
 
Dips
BW + 22kg x 9 [last time 20kg x 10]
BW + 22kg x 9 [last time 20kg x 10]
 
Pulldowns [UH]
32kg x 15 w
73kg x 10 [last time 79kg x 7]
73kg x 10 [last time 73kg 6]
 
Barbell row
145kg x 6 [last time 140kg x 8]
135kg x 8 [last time 130kg x 12]
 
Leverage row
66kg x 10 [last time 86kg x 4]
59kg x 14 [last time 73kg x 8]
 
Pec dec
68kg x 20 [last time 68kg x 16]
59kg x 14 [last time 64kg x 10]
 
SLR TD
18kg x 17, 14kg x F, 10kg x F [last time 16kg x 17, 14kg x F, 12kg x F]
 
Barbell curl [EZ-bar]
55kg x 7 [last time 55kg x 6]
45kg x 10 [last time 50kg x 4]
35kg x 16 [last time 35kg x 15]
 
Crunches [rest pause]
35/20/20/20
 
Time: 1hr 50min.
 
NOTES:
Better workout.
May drop weight on barbell curls; bit too much swinging for my liking, plus the heavy sets make my wrists/forearm tendons hurt.
 
Pics... you can have one, a back shot. I hate my front poses. This was taken post workout today, before PWO carbs.
 

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/15 22:27:38 (permalink)
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Pretty decent looking back shot TBF mate.... like I said yesterday, trust the process

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/16 06:34:11 (permalink)
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Back looking in solid shape mate!
 
And those DB benches looking tasty too!

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/17 20:55:20 (permalink)
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Pretty decent looking back shot TBF mate.... like I said yesterday, trust the process



It's far better than my front shots that's for sure.
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Back looking in solid shape mate!
And those DB benches looking tasty too!



Cheers.
 
****
17/01/19 - LOWER 2 [the one from hell]

 
DB SLDL
20kg x 15 w
30kg x 4 w
34kg x 3 w
40kg x 2 w
50kg x 18 [last time 50kg x 17]
50kg x 18 [last time 50kg x 17]
 
Lying leg curl
68kg x 7 [last time 64kg x 10]
59kg x 10 [last time 64kg x 6]
 
BB SLDL partial
105kg x 20 [last time 100kg x 20]
 
Single leg curl [muscle round]
R: 27kg x 4/4/4/4/2/0 [last time 27kg x 4/4/4/4/4/1]
L: 32kg x 4/4/4/2/0/0 [last time 27kg x 4/4/4/4/4/4]
 
Abductor [rest pause]
100kg x 12/F/F [last time 100kg x 10/F/F]
 
Squats
110kg – couldn't get depth, too painful
60kg – couldn't get depth, too painful
 
Leg press
260kg x 20 [last time 250kg x 20]
230kg x 30 [last time 230kg x 25]
150kg  40 [last time 140kg x 40]
100kg x 50 [last time 90kg x 50]
 
Leg extension [as substitute for squats]
32kg x 20
32kg x 20
32kg x 20
 
Standing calf raise [Smith]
90kg x 20 [last time 80kg x 20]
90kg x 18 [last time 80kg x 16]
90kg x 15 [last time 80kg x 15]
90kg x 15 [last time 80kg x 15]
 
Time: 2hrs 5min.
 
NOTES:
So I've tried to avoid jabbing glutes. As mentioned previously, I jabbed right thigh last week. All fine, then dead leg for a few days. Tuesday I jabbed left leg. All fine again, apart from today and yesterday when it is red, inflammed, painful and I'm walking with a slight limp. Hence squats too painful. Leg press I could support my back but still had to lift my left leg up on to the plate with my hands. Did leg extensions to compensate missing squats. 
Compounds change tomorrow for final 10-week run in. Check-in tomorrow after week of 20min per day cardio. Will be interesting to see weight as I think I still look very soft. Well, I would, wouldn't I.

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/17 21:08:55 (permalink)
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Bit odd the reaction should cause that much of an issue. Often get a DOMS like feeling from a jab but never had my training impeded

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/17 21:09:11 (permalink)
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What are you running BTW?
 

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/17 21:13:25 (permalink)
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Bit odd the reaction should cause that much of an issue. Often get a DOMS like feeling from a jab but never had my training impeded
 
What are you running BTW?
 

 
Yes, a real pain. It is actually inflamed and red, I can see it on my thigh. I've massaged and had a hot bath and it's eased this evening. But I just could not even reach parallel. It feels like a bee sting.
Tuesday's jab was final pin of my 750 test and 600 deca.
This week changes to tren, test and masteron, 300mg each, with anavar/winny on hand further down the line.





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