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post #30766 of 57262
Went on the american military base, bought americah shit



will drink whilst lifting and feel like an elite athlete. Did 20 chin ups fairly easily today whilst changing grip during the set like frank yang, if I recall correctly thats one of wendlers criteria for being a man, yay im a man.
post #30767 of 57262
Bro at my gym who I'm always miring cause he looks like he's got the perfect mix of size and strength told me that I've definitely gained mass since I started coming there 4 months agoUploaded with Imgupr
post #30768 of 57262
Just mixed the yellow shit with some honey jack, feel like im from the midwest.
post #30769 of 57262
then add some vanilla whey and you got that awesome intra workout shake. ppl in my gym says it looks like horse jizz though, but im wondering how they know what horse jizz looks like
post #30770 of 57262
Zico coconut water for $1!! Bought 10 boxes. lol
post #30771 of 57262
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

then add some vanilla whey and you got that awesome intra workout shake. ppl in my gym says it looks like horse jizz though, but im wondering how they know what horse jizz looks like

They prob watched jackass, if I recall some guy drinks horse jizz in that. I may do that, seems like a good idea to be getting some carbs in whilst lifting
post #30772 of 57262
Found a local store that carries walden farms, 1/3 amazon prices icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #30773 of 57262
Would high intensity kettlebell swings and intense jump rope sessions suffice as cardio for a cut? Really hate running and the elliptical and all that shit
post #30774 of 57262
The only type of cardio you ever need on a cut is some low intensity walking, around 45-60 mins per day. Some people will say that doing them fasted provides higher rate of fat loss, but i don't recall any studies proving that.

Any intense cardio will hamper your recovery on a calorie deficit. I managed to reach about 7% bf with only four short walks a week and small deficit, like a weight loss of max 1 lb per week. I believe this allowed me to make the strength gains I made during that time.
post #30775 of 57262
Yeah cut happens in the kitchen not the gym. Fuck cardio. Just count your calories, do something like IF, and cut down.

The simplest way is to do straight leangains protocol with reverse pyramid training for your workout.

http://www.leangains.com/2008/12/reverse-pyramid-revisited.html

http://doubleyourgains.com/musclebuildingmastermind/The_Leangains_Approach_Final.pdf
post #30776 of 57262
Woo mud run!

post #30777 of 57262
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

The only type of cardio you ever need on a cut is some low intensity walking, around 45-60 mins per day. Some people will say that doing them fasted provides higher rate of fat loss, but i don't recall any studies proving that.

Any intense cardio will hamper your recovery on a calorie deficit. I managed to reach about 7% bf with only four short walks a week and small deficit, like a weight loss of max 1 lb per week. I believe this allowed me to make the strength gains I made during that time.

Strongly disagree. High intensity cardio hampers your recovery in the same sense that lifting hampers recovery. While there's high intensity cardio and there's high intensity cardio, smartly programmed high intensity cardio that fits in with the overall workload does not somehow drastically affect recovery any differently than lifting would.
post #30778 of 57262
But you have to adjust lifting for HIT. If you just walk for 45 mins on off days you don't have to adjust. I'm having a real hard time with training economy now that I've started bodybuilding like volume. Felt dead on Friday squating. I pressed my as many as possible sets pretty hard all week when i probably shouldn't have. Also ran hills...
post #30779 of 57262
My powerlifting buddies just finished 10 weeks on the Cube, and they kept doing SSB Oly squats on DL days. Anyone care to explain the carryover?
post #30780 of 57262
SSB forces you to stay more upright along with squatting oly style. Theres carry over to the deadlift because SSB strengthens your back and raw squat because it strengthens your anterior muscles for the squats and teaches you to stay tighter in the abs and chest up.
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