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post #181 of 962
and die of mercury posioning. can hang with jeremy piven
post #182 of 962
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Originally Posted by why View Post
You guys make it so difficult...

Just eat 6 cans of tuna per day and do some moderate cardio (maybe a 5K) for 3 days, lift one day, eat half a box of pasta on top of your tuna or whatever protein you're eating on the day you lift, and repeat.

Nothing wrong with information.

& doing that day in and day out for an extended period of time isn't particularly healthy.
post #183 of 962
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and die of mercury posioning. can hang with jeremy piven

THE TUNAZ GONNA KILL YOUZZZZzzz!!1111

(If you're an infant)
post #184 of 962
srsly though, i'd rather be fat than eat that much tuna
post #185 of 962
Thread's getting a bit OCD
post #186 of 962
Thread Starter 
^ psh it's been OCD from the start
post #187 of 962
I think most people who obsess about their diet/physique/appearance in general have a touch of OCD. Some more than others of course.
post #188 of 962
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post
50 or less. 0 is pretty much impossible IMO in general, but especially in how heavy i'm lifting:
this was my last session:
squate-5 x 5, 275, 315, 375, 425, 425
dead-5 x 5, 315, 365, 415, 475, 475
push press-5 x 5, 135, 160, 175, 215, 215
one-arm dbell press-5 x 5, 60, 70, 80, 100, 100
barbell curl-5 x 5, 90, 125, 145, 175, 175
french press-5 x 5, 95, 125, 135, 175, 175
bench-5 x 5, 275, 315, 365, 405, 405
calf raised-3 x 25, 315

One session? That's a helluva lot of work. Have you ever done a strong man competition?
post #189 of 962
yes, nearly 7 years ago. a local one. but most of my strongest lifts are strange exercise, like 1-arm overhead dbell extensions with 100lb bells and 85lb lateral raises.

lower back prevents me from going super heavy anymore.

on a separate note, my refeed (fucked up the last one and i'm feeling depleted) is sunday and i feel funny about eating all those carbs. anybody who's cycled carbs can confirm that all those pancakes and shit won;t ruin me?
post #190 of 962
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how did you mess the last one up? It won't ruin anything man. Unless you're doing a palumbo diet (1 cheat/carb meal a week), of course. With the weights your moving around I don't think you'd have much luck with a single carb meal per week and would get more out of a day long refeed tbh. The refeed's going to help kick your thyroid back into gear, replenish glycogen, you'll have fuller looking muscle bellies, etc. Keep fats reasonably low on the day though. Are you taking any supps or "supps" other than the basics right now? edit: PM me if you don't want anything public.
post #191 of 962
creatine, glutamine, fish oil, whey/cassein and...

pm'd
post #192 of 962
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Originally Posted by wiscogooner View Post
I think most people who obsess about their diet/physique/appearance in general have a touch of OCD. Some more than others of course.
I heard it referred to as 'orthorexic'. Very fitting.
post #193 of 962
You stated you weren't a fan of ON, but what brand of whey do you reccommend?
post #194 of 962
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It's a personal bias like I said. Just haven't had much luck with ON and I don't like how it blends. In the great scheme of things, it's probably a 6 on a scale of 1-10. I'd put it just below BSN protein but far above six star or whatever the stuff is at walmart. Isopure and proto-whey I'd rank as probably the best 2 protein readily available. talking about protein for post workout anyway. If you like ON you can of course stick with it - a lot of people use it with great results and absolutely love it.
post #195 of 962
You are the first knowledgeable person I've seen say something bad about Optimum's products.
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