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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Good for you. Do you want a cookie?

Yes. I do. Bitch.
post #45152 of 57266
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

@fuji
, srs question. How were your lifts, relative to bw, before you started on the celltech? Had you hit a hard plateau or something? Just curious.

Squatted mid 300s, deadlifted 455, but I only benched like 200ish at 180 or so. Yeah I was bored and I hadn't progressed in a while.
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Originally Posted by Evolve View Post

This doesn't make sense. If anything, back needs more variety than chest. Think about how many muscles comprise the back vs. chest: back is lats, traps, infraspinatus, teres major, rhomboids, rear delts, serratus... and that's not even counting the neck and lower back muscles. Chest, on the other hand, is just pecs.

Think about all the different back movements.... vertical vs. horizontal, close grip vs. wide grip, in between, straight-arm, etc. At least twice as many as chest movements.

Fuji, you're the stereotypical idiot who has no clue what they're talking about, and got on the gear way before reaching anything close to your natural potential. I have no respect for you, and you contribute nothing to this thread. You're also very weak considering you're on dat der pasta. Go back to studying your special ed coursework.

Dat russlement, my special ed coursework not that I do coursework because I'm quant as fuck has me getting paid $1.6k a week for my summer job and I'll get into whatever masters I want. I don't really consider a low 500s deadlift to be that weak, but ok. Why so angry lately? What do you contribute? Whilst I'm not strictly a powerlifter my goals are fairly powerlifting based hence why I squat so often.
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Squatted mid 300s, deadlifted 455, but I only benched like 200ish at 180 or so. Yeah I was bored and I hadn't progressed in a while.
Dat russlement, my special ed coursework not that I do coursework because I'm quant as fuck has me getting paid $1.6k a week for my summer job and I'll get into whatever masters I want. I don't really consider a low 500s deadlift to be that weak, but ok. Why so angry lately? What do you contribute? Whilst I'm not strictly a powerlifter my goals are fairly powerlifting based hence why I squat so often.

I don't even know what this means. But keep doin' what yo' doin. foo.gif And gettin that "degree" with all the time and meds you need for tests. There's a reason my ancestors did what they did...
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Originally Posted by Evolve View Post

I don't even know what this means. But keep doin' what yo' doin. foo.gif And gettin that "degree" with all the time and meds you need for tests. There's a reason my ancestors did what they did...

Please stop being so alpha, it's turning me on despite using an unnecessary amount of Adex.
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Please stop being so alpha, it's turning me on despite using an unnecessary amount of Adex.

Please stop being so beta-wanna-be-alpha. It's depressing me.
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Top lol at saying I contribute nothing to the thread when all you do is act like a rim
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Top lol at saying I contribute nothing to the thread when all you do is act like a rim

So...?
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Originally Posted by Evolve View Post

This doesn't make sense. If anything, back needs more variety than chest. Think about how many muscles comprise the back vs. chest: back is lats, traps, infraspinatus, teres major, rhomboids, rear delts, serratus... and that's not even counting the neck and lower back muscles. Chest, on the other hand, is just pecs.

Think about all the different back movements.... vertical vs. horizontal, close grip vs. wide grip, in between, straight-arm, etc. At least twice as many as chest movements.

Fuji, you're the stereotypical idiot who has no clue what they're talking about, and got on the gear way before reaching anything close to your natural potential. I have no respect for you, and you contribute nothing to this thread. You're also very weak considering you're on dat der pasta. Go back to studying your special ed coursework.

????????????????

First of all, chill the fuck out.

Second of all, you hit most of your back muscles with a good selection of compound movements. Any kind of pulling you do hits your lats, and different kinds hit your rear delts, lower traps, rhomboids etc. The little RC muscles do need some iso work but not a ton. Traps get hit with deadlifts and any kind of shoulder press. So you don't need to do a hundred movements to build a strong back. I didn't.

Third of all some people have naturally strong backs and don't need to do a ton of volume on them to grow. I haven't deadlifted in months and I could walk into the gym now, warm up and pull 4 plates for 2-3 reps no problem. I was hitting 7x145 on dumbbell rows.

I think the idiot is someone who doesn't realize simple shit, like different people have different natural strengths and goals. And the person who shouldn't be respected is the person who uses that lack of understanding to be disrespectful. JMO
Edited by Cool The Kid - 6/18/14 at 4:48am
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@Evolve what are your numbers like?
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Originally Posted by I<3Bacon View Post

FWIW I'm at a powerlifting-specific gym and follow their program. There is literally a different accessory movement for the upper or mid back every single workout.

What's their programming like there?
post #45161 of 57266
Rofl I read that as eason being bad mannered and thought he was just fucking with Fuji and then I realized its that other guy. lol
post #45162 of 57266
Ah yes it is about time for this thread to go to shit.
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it's that time of the month!
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RHET my girlfriend eats like a 16 year old and it's sorta driving me crazy. I try to explain to her that eating out all the time is expensive and that when she eats at home it's mostly junk food, even hit her with the your doing fine right now doing this because you are young but once you hit 26+ you're going to get skinny fat with diabetes. I was thinking of getting her books, but not sure if she would like the science stuff. I'm actually thinking of just having her chip in for some of my food and I'll just start cooking her packaged meals during the day then teaching her on the weekends, since I work from home and I'm doing some sort of cooking throughout the day already. Or I could start flirting with the crossfit gals at my gym icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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You're not gonna be able to change someone who isn't interested in changing, most people are just dumb with food :/ it's only slightly less futile than getting a sedentary person into lifting

 

Crossfit chicks ftw :decisions:

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