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post #33151 of 57176
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

I'm not even sure i'd be satisfied with how I looked once I cut now... I think I should suck it up and keep bulking till manly weight as TK calls it, and at least break 200. At 190, 5'10.5 currently, probably like 18%BF.

Any advice RHET brahs? Recent pictures below. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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this; embrace the fat until you hit your goal. youre still at a pretty respectable bf% for being on a strong bulk. just deal with being a fatty for another 6mo and you'll be glad you did come next year - if you cut now, once you hit ~175 you'd be thinking "shit i am dyel, id better bulk again." cue the endless cycle of flip-flopping between bulk/cut forever...
post #33152 of 57176
Just keep bulking.

Winter is coming anyway
post #33153 of 57176
You guys are right, plus added insulation for NYC winters never hurts.
post #33154 of 57176
Did incline db chest flys yesterday, massive chest DOMS today. Went fairly heavy with very slow eccentrics, felt amazing. Will start doing after bench. Because of my gym situation for the next 2 weeks i'm having to get imaginative with my movements. Might do high as fuck rep step ups today for quads.

How badly will a DUI effect job prospects? Not me, but a friend got one yesterday.
post #33155 of 57176
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Did incline db chest flys yesterday, massive chest DOMS today. Went fairly heavy with very slow eccentrics, felt amazing. Will start doing after bench. Because of my gym situation for the next 2 weeks i'm having to get imaginative with my movements. Might do high as fuck rep step ups today for quads.

How badly will a DUI effect job prospects? Not me, but a friend got one yesterday.

 

Depends on the job, but it can be overcome.

post #33156 of 57176
MarkI are those 1RMs... If so I would start cutting once you add like 100-150lbs to each of those lifts. Its gonna be a while

Being in a caloric surplus is def the shit for lifts, you will be there in no time. I have made more gains in the last 3 months than I have in the last 3 years just from eating and getting actual non NYC sleep. I am just a little ahead of you, 5 10 and 200lb, prob a little fluffier
post #33157 of 57176
Yeah, they're 1RM. I could probably push 135 on OHP if I tried.
post #33158 of 57176
what's your routine now?
post #33159 of 57176
Second week of getting back into some heavier weights.. felt good.

Next week shouldn't be too difficult.. aiming for 2x5's with 490-495 squat, 320-325 bench, and 515 deadlift (this would be a PR).

But the following week is where I start attacking some weights for sets of 5 I've never done.. 515 squat, 335 bench, 525 deadlift.



This week:
post #33160 of 57176
Hook grip is coming along nicely too. Hook gripped all those 495's.
post #33161 of 57176
All those are awesome. I don't get the hook grip for deadlifts, I really want to do it because I can not over/under hand. I've tried the hook grip that I used on olympic lifting and it felt like my thumb was getting ripped off and I was only at like 260lbs. Maybe I was doing it wrong, but I need to learn because eventually I'm not going to be able to double overhand everything.
post #33162 of 57176
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

All those are awesome. I don't get the hook grip for deadlifts, I really want to do it because I can not over/under hand. I've tried the hook grip that I used on olympic lifting and it felt like my thumb was getting ripped off and I was only at like 260lbs. Maybe I was doing it wrong, but I need to learn because eventually I'm not going to be able to double overhand everything.

Thumb feeling like it's going to ripped, break, and dislocated in conjunction with searing pain? Sounds about right in the beginning.

You need to kill the nerve endings in your thumb by doing hook grip static holds.
post #33163 of 57176
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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

Thumb feeling like it's going to ripped, break, and dislocated in conjunction with searing pain? Sounds about right in the beginning.

You need to kill the nerve endings in your thumb by doing hook grip static holds.

Ah gotcha. I'll do that. I hate nerves. I had this when I olympic lifted, thumb nail grew in differently for about two years after i quit lifting.
post #33164 of 57176
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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

You need to kill the nerve endings in your thumb by doing hook grip static holds.

Serious? Like permanent loss of feeling in the thumb?

On another note, slept a ton, still feel super groggy today frown.gif
post #33165 of 57176
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Serious? Like permanent loss of feeling in the thumb?

On another note, slept a ton, still feel super groggy today frown.gif

Not completely kill.. it'll come back if you don't keep on it. If I go more than a week without training the grip, sensitivity starts coming back quick.
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