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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/10 11:15:25 (permalink)
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Just for one of my sessions mate.
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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/10 11:15:20 (permalink)
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Just for one of my sessions mate.
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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/10 11:15:28 (permalink)
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Just for one of my sessions mate.
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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/10 11:16:53 (permalink)
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This forum is unusable at times, it's getting pretty annoying now.
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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/10 11:57:01 (permalink)
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Box squat - 3x5 110kg drop, 10x60kg
SLDL - 3x5 95kg drop, 5x60kg
Leg extensions - 3x15 59kg
Seated ham curl - 3x5 59kg drop 15x27kg, working sets were done quickly with a stop at the top

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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/10 17:34:28 (permalink)
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When you say drop do you mean a proper drop set as in last set of the working weight then drop the weight with no rest and hit it again or do you rest between last working set and new dropped weight?
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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/10 19:51:29 (permalink)
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A traditional drop set. I know some of you lot aren't that bright but the actual number of weight used is sufficient 😉
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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/11 10:13:48 (permalink)
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A traditional drop set. I know some of you lot aren't that bright but the actual number of weight used is sufficient 😉





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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/11 21:07:43 (permalink)
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Bench press - 5x10 70kg 60%
Seated cable row - 3x5 37.5kg drop, 12x20kg stretched right back down to the plate touching the stack
Incline DB press - 3x5 40kg drop, 10x15kg some ropey reps in there so will just stick with the same weight next week
Seated chest supported machine row - 3x5 230lb drop 10x100lb

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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/11 21:11:27 (permalink)
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So by stretching all the way back to the stack, are you also extending thru the lower back or do you have exceedingly long arms?

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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/11 21:15:42 (permalink)
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Yeah I had to bend the lower back, probably not a good idea tbh.
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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/12 14:02:55 (permalink)
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Hello mate, how's things going?
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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/13 20:36:20 (permalink)
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Not too bad mate, thanks for asking. Work is still hard graft but the hours are reduced a bit and consequently I can get in the gym a bit more consistently. Still have the ongoing gyno issue which has delayed my turn to the dark side but I may just have to crack on and see what happens.
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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/13 21:08:04 (permalink)
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Bench press - 4x8 90kg 8ish % drop, 8x60kg was supposed to be 92kg but couldn't find the fukcing small plates anywhere
Lat pull down - 3x6 86 drop, 15x39kg

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Quick one tonight as very pushed for time.
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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/13 21:08:28 (permalink)
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You have a gyno issue? How come?

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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/14 00:36:01 (permalink)
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Mate have you looked into turmeric? Check out Dav's journal. He had some long term gyno which nolva etc. did nothing for, but he started with this high dose turmeric and it cleared right up so he claims.
 
Worth looking into mate.

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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/14 20:17:33 (permalink)
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No idea Eugene, interestingly my brothers are suffering with it too.
I've looked into it Brett but am unsure of doses. I'm not sure if there is any actual evidence to back its use up either. Got to be worth a shot though!
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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/14 20:22:55 (permalink)
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Speed bench - 5x2 65kg
Side Lat raise - 3x10 12.5kg drop, 10x5kg
EZ cable curl - 3x5 170lb drop, 8x80lb
Dips - 12,12,12,10 BW
DB concentration curl - 2x20kg, 5,5 17.5kg drop, 8x10kg
V bar triceps extension - 3x5 180lb drop, 30x80lb

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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/14 20:47:24 (permalink)
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Dav did site some studies evidence I'm sure. He was certainly positive about the results he experienced IIRC.
 
Bit more to today's session compared to yesterday's, back to back bench work too. Tru-Bro

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Re: Pump up the jam 2019/03/15 10:09:10 (permalink)
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Solid, consistent, and always sexy..

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