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post #23626 of 48474
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Okay. So I got my diet and program all worked out for the next 4 months. If i fuckin start talking about changing shit or my diet call me out for being a fat pussy. I'm actually going to sit down and write the next 4 months workouts down in my training log.. just so i know 100% where im going.

can i just call you out for being a fat pussy now and get it out of the way? i think it'll save all of us a lot of effort.
post #23627 of 48474
pulled pork/chicken day at work. loaded up a full plate of just meat, pretty sure i just ate a full pound. brb food coma
post #23628 of 48474
Just 1lb? Weak, jarude.
post #23629 of 48474
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

Just 1lb? Weak, jarude.

i know i need to up my meat consumption game here. will scour the fridge for leftovers, nothing quite like excess amounts of free broteins.
post #23630 of 48474
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

pulled pork/chicken day at work. loaded up a full plate of just meat, pretty sure i just ate a full pound. brb food coma

Same here, ate a giant plate of pulled pork and meatballs and am starting to doze off at my desk.

On average how much higher than a squat should a deadlift be? I feel like my dead is shameful low, but because I squat every day my back and legs are usually pretty roasted by the time i'm deadlifting, is there a broscience equation to figure out where my dead should be in relation to my other lifts?
post #23631 of 48474
pretty sure your dead should be higher than your squat
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post #23633 of 48474
what's the consensus on fapping before a workout? complete energy drain?
post #23634 of 48474
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Originally Posted by Towers View Post

Same here, ate a giant plate of pulled pork and meatballs and am starting to doze off at my desk.
On average how much higher than a squat should a deadlift be? I feel like my dead is shameful low, but because I squat every day my back and legs are usually pretty roasted by the time i'm deadlifting, is there a broscience equation to figure out where my dead should be in relation to my other lifts?

Depends on physical anatomy.
post #23635 of 48474
i think i read tyson would have sex before most his boxing matches
post #23636 of 48474
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

pretty sure your dead should be higher than your squat

Yeah, but by how much? I'm repping 350 on my squat and only pulling 375 on my deadlift work set.
post #23637 of 48474
depends on your leverages. When I pull sumo my ROM is tiny because I have very long arms so my deadlift has always been much stronger then my squat. Pulled 120kg when my squat was like 50kg when I just started. Seems to be the really strong raw lifters like stan efferding have lower deadlifts then there squats, don't know at what point that happens, seems to be at like 700lb.
post #23638 of 48474
In that chick's defense, I bet she was talking about the liquid shakes - Ensure, Muscle Milk, and whatnot - which aren't really a great deal, especially when compared to powder. U dun goofed, bro, you will never boink that duck mouthed skeletor now.
post #23639 of 48474
If you're squatting 350 for legitimate reps, I don't think you should be the person asking questions, you should be answering them.

(unless you're a total newb who has been blessed with amazing genetics)
post #23640 of 48474
Anyone ever gotten an abdominal hernia? I think I either strained the shit out of an ab muscle, tore the shit out of an ab muscle, or blew that motherfucker out. Hurts.
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