The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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  1. #1
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    My So-Called Journal

    I am maintaining this journal primarily for strength training purposes and as such, body fat % and measurements are immaterial at this point. Diet will also be of somewhat secondary importance but I will be sure to get enough protein for my bodyweight. Goals include breaking the current powerlifting records in the squat, bench, deadlift by the summer of 2003. I will break these records by July 4th, 2003 or I will humiliate myself on this forum. I will not reveal the absolute horrors that I will commit against myself yet, suffice to say the self imposed psychological damage involved will be the likes of which I shall'nt ever recover. For my sanity, nay for the well-being (both physical & psychological) of all those around me, I MUST reach my goals!

    For now, I will use a personalized modification of the old Rader Isometronic Training System. For superstitious reasons I ain't going to go into what I adapted from it (if you knew the majority'd think I was a quack anyway) but I will be detailing the basics as far as sets, reps, and weight here.

    -Workout A: *strong range partial reps*

    Overhead Press

    Shrug

    Close Range Bench Press

    Barbell Curl

    Rack Crunch

    Neck work

    -Workout B: *strong range partial reps*

    Squat

    Dead lift

    Bench Press

    Bent Over Row

    Grip Work

    Calf Raise


    March 4th, 2002

    Workout A: *all sets were strong range partial movements*

    Overhead Press:
    135 lbs x 1, 135 x 1, 135 x 1, 135 x 1, 135 x 1

    Shrug:
    180 lbs x 1, 180 x 1, 180 x 1, 180 x 1, 180 x 1

    Close Grip Bench Press:
    135 lbs x 1, 135 x 1, 135 x 1, 135 x 1, 135 x 1

    Barbell Curl:
    90 lbs x 1, 90 x 1, 90 x 1, 90 x 1, 90 x 1

    Rack Crunch:
    65 lbs x 1, 65 x 1, 65 x 1, 65 x 1,65 x 1

    Neck extension:
    45 lbs x 1, 45 x 1, 45 x 1, 45 x 1, 45 x 1

    Supplement: Protein shake

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  3. #2
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    March 5th 2002,

    Cardio & Stretching... VERY boring.

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