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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/23 00:40:13 (permalink)
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Like everyone else fcukin awesome news on the sponsorship they obviously see something in you.
 
Huge achievement mate well happy for you 
 
 

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/23 20:00:48 (permalink)
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Every ying has a yang, but that's pretty cool, mate..... with others showing you such positivity eventually you will start to believe in yourself too

 
Doesn't it just. I have trouble with belief because I always seem to be able to unpick it. 
 
Ox
Awesome work on the sponsorship buddy!

 
Thanks.
 
JayBoy
Thats cool news on the sponsorship

 
Cheers.

Brett
Cracking news mate! I’d take it as a massive compliment and free gear is always nice lol

 
Yes, I am partial to a freebie. He also said he'd give me some supplements too, so it will be handy not to have to pay for whey.

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Its great news on the sponsorship, and as he's the gym manager with any luck you might get free membership eventually! Keep up the hard work mate as its certainly paying off.
Also, I saw your IG post yesterday, and you are looking awesome mate. PLus, the latest post had your face, I finally got to see your face! You are a good looking chap my friend. Winning.

 
Cheers. Yes, I might live to regret doing that. We will see.

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Like everyone else fcukin awesome news on the sponsorship they obviously see something in you.
Huge achievement mate well happy for you 


Thanks mate. This is significant for little old me. Essentially a bellend who had a mid-life crisis aged 40 and started training in his utility room two years ago before joining a gym. Will always feel a bit of a fraud.
 
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23/01/19 - 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 6 [last time 48kg x 7]
42kg x 9 [last time 44kg x 8]
 
DB shoulder press
36kg x 7 [last time 36kg x 7]
32kg x 10 [last time 32kg x 9]
 
Dips
BW + 24kg x 9 [last time 22kg x 9]
BW + 24kg x 8 [last time 22kg x 9]
 
Leverage row
32kg x 15 w
73kg x 8 [last time 66kg x 10]
66kg x 10 [last time 59kg x 14]
NOTE: Moved the order of this from last workout
 
Barbell row
145kg x 8 [last time 145kg x 6]
135kg x 9 [last time 135kg x 8]
 
Pulldowns [underhand]
73kg x 11 [last time 73kg x 10]
66kg x 10 [last time 73kg x 10]
NOTE: Moved the order of this from last workout
 
Pec dec
73kg x 17 [last time 68kg x 20]
59kg x 8, half reps to failure [last time 59kg x 14]
 
SLR [triple drop]
18kg x 19, 12kg x F, 10kg x F [last time 18kg x 17, 14kg x F, 12kg x F]
 
Barbell curls [EZ-Bar]
30kg x 15 [last time 55kg x 7]
30kg x 10 [last time 45kg x 10]
20kg x 20 [last time 35kg x 16]
NOTE: Wanted to go lighter on these for form
 
Crunches
42/25/25/20
 
Time: 1hr 40min.
 
NOTES:
Lost strength on some, progress on others. Posing practice every night now after cardio.

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/23 20:03:33 (permalink)
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You're far from a fraud mate...you have faced and continue to face many demons but damn mate you've built a cracking physique in very little time, its massively impressive.
 
I know you won't agree as  you are your own worst critic but its true.
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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/23 20:15:26 (permalink)
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Full on upper session that one, matey, nice work

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/24 04:07:39 (permalink)
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You're far from a fraud mate...you have faced and continue to face many demons but damn mate you've built a cracking physique in very little time, its massively impressive.
 
I know you won't agree as  you are your own worst critic but its true.



Couldn't have put it better myself.
 
How are you finding this type of training now bud?
 
I am doing something a little similar in that I have a heavy set first and subsequent lighter sets, although my exercise selection is smaller so I tend to do 4-5 sets each one. Wondering how you're finding it now as I remember you used to do quite a few sets as well.

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/24 12:25:51 (permalink)
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You're far from a fraud mate...you have faced and continue to face many demons but damn mate you've built a cracking physique in very little time, its massively impressive.
 
I know you won't agree as  you are your own worst critic but its true



I couldn't agree more with this, this journal is one of the best in terms of progress made. A lot of people would be happy with this kind of progress in 5-10 years, let alone just over 2 years, whilst battling the demons of daily life. You've done everything correctly as far as I'm concerned, a perfect example of how to approach diet and training and understanding what works for you.
 
OK, I may sound like I'm doing some serious arse kissing here, but I'm just speaking the truth.

 
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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/24 16:52:25 (permalink)
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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/26 02:40:26 (permalink)
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Fraud no ,genetically gifted and a fcukin hard grafter yes.Simple as that
 
Win,loose or draw huge achievement mate
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/26 17:04:49 (permalink)
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You're far from a fraud mate...you have faced and continue to face many demons but damn mate you've built a cracking physique in very little time, its massively impressive.
I know you won't agree as  you are your own worst critic but its true.

 
Thanks mate. Yes, I'm plagued by negativity but it's easing. I think I'm unearthing some identity; a classic physique bodybuilder, rather than a mass monster, which I'll never be. Now I have an identity, I might be able to work on the positivity.

dirtyvest
Full on upper session that one, matey, nice work

 
Cheers. I'm dropping the weight on flat dumbbells next week tho, just to get more reps and more feel. Two weeks I've been stuck on 7 reps with the 48s.
 
Brett
How are you finding this type of training now bud?
I am doing something a little similar in that I have a heavy set first and subsequent lighter sets, although my exercise selection is smaller so I tend to do 4-5 sets each one. Wondering how you're finding it now as I remember you used to do quite a few sets as well.

 
It's good. I've bedded in with these plans now. The Lower 2 one is horrible; high-rep squats and leg press after I've worked hamstrings is not pleasant. But I can give two sets pretty much everything I have, so intensity doesn't drop but volume is there too overall.
 
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Ox
You're far from a fraud mate...you have faced and continue to face many demons but damn mate you've built a cracking physique in very little time, its massively impressive.
 
I know you won't agree as  you are your own worst critic but its true



I couldn't agree more with this, this journal is one of the best in terms of progress made. A lot of people would be happy with this kind of progress in 5-10 years, let alone just over 2 years, whilst battling the demons of daily life. You've done everything correctly as far as I'm concerned, a perfect example of how to approach diet and training and understanding what works for you.
 
OK, I may sound like I'm doing some serious arse kissing here, but I'm just speaking the truth.


 
Cheers. While others may be bigger, better, more muscular, stronger or whatever, they can't be more dedicated or consistent. They can match it, yes, but not better it, because I've been 100 per cent on everything day in day out for months.

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Fraud no ,genetically gifted and a fcukin hard grafter yes.Simple as that
Win,loose or draw huge achievement mate

 
Genetically gifted? Never been called that I don't think. Grafter I'll agree with. I do graft. I'm focused for this comp and it's unshakable. I haven't left any stone unturned I don't believe. I'm fitting in cardio around midnight after work and practising posing at 1am!
 
*****
 
24/01/19 – LOWER 2 [AKA The Devil]
 
Barbell SLDL
60kg x 15 w
100kg x 4 w
110kg x 3 w
120kg x 2 w
130kg x 10
135kg x 8
 
Lying leg curl
68kg x 9 [last time 68kg x 7]
64kg x 8 plus two half reps [last time 59kg x 10]
 
BB SLDL partial
110kg x 20 [last time 105kg x 20]
 
Single leg curl [muscle round]
R: 27kg x 4/4/4/4/3/1 [last time 27kg x 4/4/4/4/2/0]
L: 32kg x 4/4/4/4/hrs/hrs [last time 32kg x 4/4/4/2/0/0]
 
Abductor [rest pause]
100kg x 14/F/F [last time 100kg x 12/F/F]
 
Squats
60kg x 20
100kg x 20
105kg x 15
 
Leg press
270kg x 20 [last time 260kg x 20]
240kg x 30 [last time 230kg x 30]
160kg x 32 [last time 150kg x 40]
110kg x 50 [last time 100kg x 50]
 
Standing calf raise [Smith]
100kg x 20 [last time 90kg x 20]
100kg x 19 [last time 90kg x 18]
100kg x 13 [last time 90kg x 15]
100kg x 13 [last time 90kg x 15]
 
Time: 1hr 55min.
 
25/01/19 – UPPER 2
 
V-Bar pulldowns
25kg x 15 w
32kg 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 [last time 73kg x 11]
 
Lying incline DB shrugs
50kg x 15 [last time 50kg x 14]
50kg x 10 [last time 50kg x 9]
 
Chest-supported DB row
50kg x 7 [last time 48kg x 10]
46kg x 10 [last time 44kg x 12]
 
Pulldowns [wide]
79kg x 7 [last time 73kg x 10]
66kg x 12 [last time 66kg x 9]
NOTE: Moved order of this from last time.
 
Single-arm cable row [rest pause]
R: 45kg x 13/F/F [last time 45kg x 12/F/F]
L: 45kg x 13/F/F [last time 45kg x 12/F/F]
NOTE: As above. Switched order from last time.
 
Rear delts
22kg x 15 [last time 20kg x 20]
22kg x 15 [last time 20kg x 15]
20kg x 15 [last time 20kg x 15]
 
Incline bench [Smith]
Bar x 15 w
40kg x 4 w
50kg x 3 w
60kg x 2 w
100kg x 7 [last time 100kg x 6]
80kg x 10 [last time 90kg x 6]
 
Barbell shoulder press
65kg x 6 [last time 60kg x 10]
60kg x 8 [last time 55kg x 9]
 
Cable SLR [muscle round]
9kg x 4/4/4/4/4/4 held on last rep [last time 14kg x 4/4 F, then 9kg x 4/4/4/2]
 
Tricep pushdown [rest pause]
77kg x 20 [last time 77kg x 17]
59kg x 12 [F] [last time 77kg x 6, 59kg x 5]
 
Crunches
45/30/25/25
 
Time: 1hr 45min.
 
25/01/19 – CHECK-IN
 
Last week’s weight: 192.6lbs
This week’s weight: 189.2lbs
 
Last week’s waist: 32.5in
This week’s waist: 32in.
 
No changes to diet, training or cardio this week. Nine [yes, nine] weeks out.
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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/26 17:17:10 (permalink)
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I have to say too - and I'll do a proper job after the comp - but the attention to detail I'm getting from Dan at the moment is incredible. I never expected even half of this. The posing we are working on, the conversations daily at length etc. I don't think I'm an easy person to work with but I'm so glad I took him on board. Seriously.

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/26 19:03:30 (permalink)
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I can see why you dread that legs session. Cracking work mate!

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/26 21:57:23 (permalink)
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Things are moving along massively in many ways. Posing is starting to really take shape, 100% effort daily means I open up my vids every time to a much improved Eugene.
 
I think the biggest breakthrough has been with mindset. My goal from day one was to get this guy to believe in himself and see what he has achieved.
 
The changes in his physique from improving posing and presentation have been exceptional. I am seriously blown away at times and I see the posing 2-3 times a week.
 
I find quad shots very hit and miss and I have suffered in the same fashion but I think injecting quads after training them is advisable. I prefer more frequent / low volume jabs these days, so I can use smaller muscle groups but I will always be mindful of what I am training and work my pinning around that.
 
Lats is a great site for higher volume jabs IMO.
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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/28 12:40:39 (permalink)
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Brett
I see tren mentioned everywhere but don't know much about it. What is it supposed to do mate? Apparently you get a thing called tren cough?



Yep, that's it. Gives you a cough, runny nose and a moist anal canal. 




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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/28 20:36:51 (permalink)
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I have to say too - and I'll do a proper job after the comp - but the attention to detail I'm getting from Dan at the moment is incredible. I never expected even half of this. The posing we are working on, the conversations daily at length etc. I don't think I'm an easy person to work with but I'm so glad I took him on board. Seriously.


That's great to hear mate sounds like a great decision you made

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/29 11:31:26 (permalink)
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Just goes to show what a difference a good quality coach can do for you.

 
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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/29 19:21:04 (permalink)
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Things are moving along massively in many ways. Posing is starting to really take shape, 100% effort daily means I open up my vids every time to a much improved Eugene.
I think the biggest breakthrough has been with mindset. My goal from day one was to get this guy to believe in himself and see what he has achieved.
The changes in his physique from improving posing and presentation have been exceptional. I am seriously blown away at times and I see the posing 2-3 times a week.
I find quad shots very hit and miss and I have suffered in the same fashion but I think injecting quads after training them is advisable. I prefer more frequent / low volume jabs these days, so I can use smaller muscle groups but I will always be mindful of what I am training and work my pinning around that.
Lats is a great site for higher volume jabs IMO.



Quad shots been fine last few times. 
 
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Brett
I see tren mentioned everywhere but don't know much about it. What is it supposed to do mate? Apparently you get a thing called tren cough?



Yep, that's it. Gives you a cough, runny nose and a moist anal canal. 




You always say the sexiest things.
Great news with the Sponsership mate!



That was all for you Floppy. 
 
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Eugene
I have to say too - and I'll do a proper job after the comp - but the attention to detail I'm getting from Dan at the moment is incredible. I never expected even half of this. The posing we are working on, the conversations daily at length etc. I don't think I'm an easy person to work with but I'm so glad I took him on board. Seriously.


That's great to hear mate sounds like a great decision you made



Yes definitely.
 
H0M3R_j4y
Just goes to show what a difference a good quality coach can do for you.



Certainly changed my view.
 
****
Monday, 28/01/19 - LOWER 1
 
Leg Press
100kg x 15 w
200kg x 4 w
250kg x 3 w
300kg x 2 w
400kg x 9 [last time 390kg x 10]
380kg x 10 [last time 390kg x 8]
 
Single leg press
95kg x 12 [last time 80kg x 12]
95kg x 12 [last time 90kg x 10]
 
Split squat
60kg x 12 [last time 60kg x 10]
 
Adductor [rest pause]
79kg x 13, no touch on 14/F/F [last time 79kg x 12/F/F]
 
Leg extension [muscle round]
100kg x 4/4/4/4/3/1 [last time 100kg x 4/4/4/4/2/1]
 
Single leg curl [rest pause]
R: 36kg x 11/F, 23kg x 5 [last time 36kg x 10/F/F]
L: 41kg x 9/F, 23kg x 5 [last time 36kg x 12/F/F]
 
Leg curl [muscle round]
50kg x 4/4/4/4/3/half reps [last time 50kg x 4/4/4/4/1/0]
 
Calf press
151kg x 30 [last time 147kg x 32]
151kg x 16 [last time 147kg x 18]
151kg x 16 [last time 147kg x 16]
 
Time: 1hr 5min.
 
NOTES:
Decent workout, despite having to share the leg press with a much bigger guy, who looked like a powerlifter, who then crushed my 400kg PB like a rhino stepping on a rice krispie.
 
Tuesday, 29/01/19 - UPPER 1
 
Seated incline chest press
45kg x 15 w
55kg x 4 w
70kg x 3 w
75kg x 2 w
80kg x 1 w
100kg x 12
110kg x 6
 
Seated DB press
36kg x 6 [last time 36kg x 7]
30kg x 11 [last time 32kg x 10]
 
Dips
BW + 24kg x 12 [last time 24kg x 9]
BW + 24kg x 10 [last time 24kg x 8]
 
Leverage row
32kg x 15 w
79kg x 7 [last time 73kg x 8]
73kg x 10 [last time 66kg x 11]
 
Barbell rows
150kg x 6 [last time 145kg x 8]
140kg x 10 [last time 135kg  9]
 
Pulldowns [wide]
73kg x 12 [last time 73kg x 11]
66kg x 11 [last time 66kg x 10]
 
Pec dec
73kg x 18 [last time 73kg x 17]
59kg x 12, plus half reps to F [last time 59kg x 8]
 
SLR [triple drop]
20kg x 15, 14kg x F, 10kg x F [last time 18kg x 19, 12kg x F, 10kg x F]
 
Barbell curls [EZ-Bar]
35kg x 15 [last time 30kg x 15]
40kg x 10 [last time 30kg x 10]
30kg x 15 [last time 25kg x 20]
 
Crunches
45/30/25/25
 
Time: 1hr 50min.
 
NOTES:
Weird on DB shoulder press. Could barely push it up to start once someone had lifted it up for me, so I looked a twat right off the bat. Will drop the weight next time.
Still, pretty much progress on everything else.
 
Played around with carbs Sunday night, posing pics before a carb up, posing pics after, then weight and more posing Monday morning. Just to gauge how much of a carb up in peak week I might need. And by the looks of it, it's going to be massive.
Water up to five litres daily now. I still think I have a fat belly. It's my problem area. Legs are massively lean. Belly, well, not so.

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/29 19:29:21 (permalink)
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Moist anal canal.
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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/29 19:44:48 (permalink)
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Mid section is a common wattery/fatty area for us dudes (and we are dudes) but that is something Tuffy will be accustomed to having to address if need be nearer the time I am sure. You often see people looking shredded in some areas but soft etc in others, that's how our bodies work and until you really start to dial things in I wouldn't give it a second thought (but I know you will LOL)

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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/29 22:35:05 (permalink)
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Mid section is a common wattery/fatty area for us dudes (and we are dudes) but that is something Tuffy will be accustomed to having to address if need be nearer the time I am sure. You often see people looking shredded in some areas but soft etc in others, that's how our bodies work and until you really start to dial things in I wouldn't give it a second thought (but I know you will LOL)


Pretty much what I have said. Fat comes off where it wants to come off and you can pretty much guarantee it comes off where you want it to most last. With that said, Eugene is not fat in the mindsection, just not as lean as other areas. Drying out would probably see him at a good enough standard but we are just chipping away weekly. 
 
The re-feed brought about some nice changes but it was very modest. I think when we do this is a few weeks time, we will go a lot harder.
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Re: Mid-life crisis 2019/01/30 00:15:13 (permalink)
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Sessions look as if they are coming together well mate.
 
I have had the same thing you had on db press before the initial lift just doesn't seem to want to go up and you think Christ I will never rep this, but once you get things moving its fine,bloody weird.
 
You feeling better on how things are going now?

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