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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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    Well I've been training Mixed Martial Arts now for about 5 years and after winning my last two fights in under 1:30 and 1:00 (one being a title fight) I felt pretty ready to push on and compete with some higher level competition. Sadly I got diagnosed with anaemia and got some really bad problems with my ears, as a result I suffered with a lot of balance problems and energy problems... Being a natural competitor and exercise enthusiast I didn't want to just take the easy option and lay back being lazy saying what I could have and should have done.

    I cut my training down to twice a week and decided that having been forced to diet and maintain weight in order to compete at bantamweight (62.5kg) I'd invest time into building my body back up. The doctors told me that my low iron is probably a result as restricting my caloric intake and abusing my body through excessive training.

    So what is the plan?

    Obviously eating more... I have NEVER eaten red meat... I'd say it has been about a year since I'd eaten a steak for example. I want to up my calories to about 2500 calories a week, but having such a small frame I need to ensure that I don't try matching a typical body-builder who is eating for mass. Although I want to 'bulk up' I only really want it to be lean mass. I'm about 70kg at the moment during my heaviest period, however I'd like to be about 75kg-78kg by the end of the year. I think that would be about the perfect size for my frame.

    Lift lots and lift heavy... I have been on starting strength throughout the year, which I found good but thought the volume was a bit low and I have also tried WS4SB. Both helped me put on weight but I felt that WS4SB contradicted itself by doing both heavy and light weights and starting strength was far too easy to stall on. I found 5x5 and for me it looked like the perfect amount of volume for me to put on some decent mass whilst at the same time building my technique.

    Which 5x5...? This was a struggle because there were tons of them. After some research I decided on Madcows because it prioritised Bench, Squat and gave some good Deadlift volume. All lifts that I really enjoy... in fact I enjoy Shoulder Press too but find it hard to do more than once a week, so another bonus

    Monday
    Squat 5x5
    Bench 5x5
    Barbell Row 5x5
    Assistance: 2 sets of weighted hypers and 4 sets of weighted sit-ups

    Wednesday
    Squat 4x5
    Military Press 4x5
    Deadlift 4x5
    Assistance: 3 sets of sit-ups and 3 sets of pull ups or lat pulls

    Friday
    Squat
    Bench
    Barbell Row
    Dips, Tricep Extension, Bicep Curl
    Assistance: 3 sets of weighted dips, 3 sets of barbell curls and 3 sets of triceps extensions
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    I filled out the spread sheet as recommended and decided that I'd give the first weeks main lifts a tester for volume.

    Wednesday 6th May 2010
    Bench Press: 40kg, 45kg, 52.5kg, 61kg, 70kg
    Squat: 30kg, 35kg, 42.5kg, 45kg, 55kg
    Row: 40kg, 42.5kg, 45kg, 47.5kg 50kg
    Deadlift: 70kg, 82.5kg, 97.5kg, 110kg
    Press: 40kg, 45kg, 52.5kg, 60kg

    I found it relatively easy (as expected and as directed) whilst at the same time challenging enough to know I was working. Squats especially were pretty much perfect using a loading phase of 12.5%, however bench felt a little easy so I may drop them down to 10%. Right now I'm tempted to up my weights... but after reading the program where it says start easy and NOT to over-estimate my maximum I'm going to listen and give it a go lol... I don't want to stall in 4 weeks and regret it!!!

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    Friday 7th May 2010

    I decided that because the first month of Madcow's 5x5 is quite easy... rather than modifying the weights too much and stalling early I'd just push it so that when I do the three reps I aim for 5... If I get 3... great... if I get more... better.

    Friday

    Bench: 5x40kg, 5x47.5kg, 5x55kg, 5x60kg, 3x70kg(got 5 reps), 8x60kg
    Row: 5x28kg, 5x32.5kg, 5x37.5kg, 5x42.5kg, 3x47.5kg(got 5 reps), 8x40kg
    Squat: 5x40kg, 5x42.5kg, 5x47.5kg, 5x52.5kg, 3x62.5kg(got 5 reps), 8x50kg

    3 sets of Weighted Dips (Body Weight) - Reps: 10, 10, 8
    3 sets of Barbell Curls (Bar + 22.5kg) - Reps: 8, 8, 8
    3 sets of Tricep Extensions (8.0kg each arm) - Reps: 8, 8, 8

    I lifted weights three times this week in total (Monday session was 4x8 based stuff) so I'm going to count this as week one of my plan seeing as Wednesday's lifts covered the Deads, Squats, Press, Bench and Row... In actuality all I missed this week was one set of bench and one set of squats (which I did for 4x8 on Monday). Next week will be a bit more challenging but I'm quite happy with the fact that this routine lets me take my time building up until I beat my PR
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    Progress over the last 12 months

    May 2009:
    Body weight: 64kg
    Bench Press: 5 x 45KG
    Deadlift: 5 x 70KG
    Push Press: 5 x 40kg
    Full Squat: Machine Only

    January 2010
    Body Weight: 66kg
    Bench Press 5 x 62.5kg
    Deadlift: 110kg
    Push Press: 50kg
    Squat: Half Squat at 5 x 100kg

    May 2010:
    Bench Press: 5 x 70kg
    Deadlift: 5 x 120kg
    Push Press: 4 x 60kg
    Squat: Full Squat at 5 x 70kg

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    Monday

    Squat 5x40, 5x45, 5x50, 5x55, 8x62.5
    Bench 5x42.5, 5x47.5, 5x55, 5x62.5, 8x70
    Row 5x30, 5x32.5, 5x40, 5x42.5, 8x50

    2 sets of Pinch Grip Side Bends (25KG Plate) - Reps: 10, 10, 10 (Left then Right)
    2 sets of Side Bends (32KG DB) - Reps: 10, 10, 10 (Left then Right)
    3 sets of Shrugs (2 x 32kg DB) - Reps: 8, 8, 8
    3 sets of Weighted Decline Sit Ups (8.0kg each arm) - Reps: 8, 8, 8
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    Wednesday

    Squat 5x42.5, 5x45, 5x50, 5x50
    Press 5x40, 5x47.5, 5x52.5, 5x57.5, 8x60
    Deadlift 5x80, 5x92.5, 5x105, 5x115, 4x125

    3 sets of Lat Pull Downs (50kg, 55kg, 60kg) - Reps: 10, 10, 10
    3 sets of Weighted Decline Sit Ups (15kg plate) - Reps: 10, 10, 10
    Last edited by Reala; 05-13-2010 at 07:26 AM.
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    Friday

    Squat 5x37.5, 5x45, 5x50, 5x55, 5x62.5, 8x50
    Bench 5x42.5, 5x47.5, 5x55, 5x62.5, 8x70, 5x72.5, 8x55
    Row 5x30, 5x35, 5x40, 5x43, 5x50, 8x37.5

    3 sets of Barbell Curls (25kg + Bar) - Reps: 10, 10, 10
    3 sets of Tricep Extensions (8kg, 10kg, 8kg) - Reps: 10, 10, 10 (Left then Right)
    3 sets of Dumbell Curls (14kg) - Reps: 8, 8, 8
    3 sets of One Arm Rows (32kg DB) - Reps: 8, 8, 8
    3 sets of Dips (Bodyweight) - Reps: 10, 9, 8
    Last edited by Reala; 05-16-2010 at 04:32 AM.
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    Monday

    Squat 37.5, 45, 50, 57.5, 5x65.0
    Bench 5x42.5, 5x50, 5x55, 5x62.5, 5x70, 5x72.5
    Row 5x30, 5x35, 5x40, 5x45, 8x50

    2 sets of Pinch Grip Side Bends (25KG Plate) - Reps: 10, 10, 10 (Left then Right)
    2 sets of Side Bends (32KG DB) - Reps: 10, 10, 10 (Left then Right)
    3 sets of Good Mornings (50kg) - Reps: 8, 10, 10
    3 sets of Weighted Decline Sit Ups (8.0kg) - Reps: 10, 8, 10
    Last edited by Reala; 05-18-2010 at 03:06 AM.
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    Wednesday

    Squat 5x40, 5x45, 5x52.5, 5x52.5
    Press 5x42.5, 5x47.5, 5x55, 5x60
    Deadlift 5x90, 5x100, 5x110, 5x125

    3 sets of Lat Pull Downs (50kg, 55kg, 60kg) - Reps: 10, 9, 8
    Last edited by Reala; 05-21-2010 at 04:50 AM.
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    Last day of week three coming up and things are definitely starting to get harder. I've put on a bit of weight this month, can't be sure exactly how much but this morning I was 70.3kg. Back in January I was around 66.3kg so I've comfortably put on 4kg in about 5 months and my stomach looks just as defined, it has all gone onto my shoulders, my biceps and my legs.

    My diet is pretty good at the moment, I'm not going too crazy... I'm trying to eat as clean as possible but in a cheat like fashion!

    8:30am -Oats with Protein Shake - 300 Calories
    10:30am - Apple + Cereal Bar - 150 Calories
    11:00am - 100g Chicken - 100 Calories
    2:00pm - Sweet Potato & Tuna - 350 Calories
    4:00pm - Energy Bar - 200 Calories
    6:00pm - Protein Shake - 100 Calories
    8:00pm - Dinner - 500 Calories
    10:30pm - Protein Shake - 100 Calories

    It works out about 2000 calories(ish)
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    Friday

    Squat - 5x37.5kg, 5x45kg, 5x50kg, 5x57.5kg, 6x65kg, 3x70kg, 8x52.5kg
    Bench - 5x42.5kg, 5x50kg, 5x55kg, 5x62.5kg, 5x72.5kg, 8x55kg
    Row - 5x30kg, 5x35kg, 5x40kg, 5x45kg, 5x50kg, 8x40kg

    3 sets of Barbell Bicep Curls (25kg + bar) - 10, 10, 10 reps
    3 sets of Weighted Dips (10kg vest) - 9, 8, 7 reps
    3 sets of Weighted Decline Sit Ups (8kg-12kg) - 10, 10, 10 reps
    3 sets of Alternating Dumbbell Curls (14kg) - 10, 10, 10 reps
    3 sets of Dumbbell Shrugs (32kg) - 10, 10, 10 reps
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    Monday

    Squat: 40kg, 45kg, 52.5kg, 60kg, 70kg
    Bench: 45kg, 50kg, 57.5kg, 65kg, 72.5kg(6 reps)
    Row: 30kg, 35kg, 40kg, 45kg, 50kg
    Good Morning: 3x10 @ 50kg
    Weighted Decline Situps: 4x8-12 @ 10kg
    Last edited by Reala; 05-25-2010 at 02:45 AM.
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    Hey man things are looking good in here. What forms of MA have you studied by the way? That sounds real exciting. Congrats on your wins, that is great.

    Quote Originally Posted by Reala View Post
    Progress over the last 12 months

    May 2009:
    Body weight: 64kg
    Bench Press: 5 x 45KG
    Deadlift: 5 x 70KG
    Push Press: 5 x 40kg
    Full Squat: Machine Only

    January 2010
    Body Weight: 66kg
    Bench Press 5 x 62.5kg
    Deadlift: 110kg
    Push Press: 50kg
    Squat: Half Squat at 5 x 100kg

    May 2010:
    Bench Press: 5 x 70kg
    Deadlift: 5 x 120kg
    Push Press: 4 x 60kg
    Squat: Full Squat at 5 x 70kg
    You've joined the jedis! Squatting is the best thing ever man, I'm really glad you are focusing on heavy compounds such as them, especially full squats w/ a barbell! It's the best thing you can do along with eating a properly increased-calorie diet, which you know to do.

    Keep on squatting away!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatrb38
    I try to visualize that my girlfriend is under the weight and I have to push the weight up to save her. Of course it doesn't work and I just laugh as I think about the weight slowly crushing her bones. Then I remember it's me under the weight and give 200% effort to push it back up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fixationdarknes View Post
    Hey man things are looking good in here. What forms of MA have you studied by the way? That sounds real exciting. Congrats on your wins, that is great.

    You've joined the jedis! Squatting is the best thing ever man, I'm really glad you are focusing on heavy compounds such as them, especially full squats w/ a barbell! It's the best thing you can do along with eating a properly increased-calorie diet, which you know to do.

    Keep on squatting away!
    Thanks for the compliments dude, yeah full squats as in literally AS FAR AS YOU CAN GO below parallel, taking a pause and forcing yourself up are so much more tough than half squats, box squats or any of that kind of stuff.

    I have competed in Thai Boxing for a number of years but more recently gone into Mixed Martial Arts and done pretty well in it. After having won my last two fights (one by triangle in 1:32 and one by tko in 0:57) I'm taking a break from competition to train my technique and work on my strength.
    Last edited by Reala; 05-27-2010 at 05:31 AM.
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    Wednesday

    Squat - 5x45, 5x50, 5x55, 5x55
    Press - 5x42.5kg, 5x50kg, 5x55, 5x60
    Deadlift - 5x90, 5x100, 5x110, 5x120, 5x125

    3 sets of Lat Pull Downs (50kg, 55kg, 55kgkg) - Reps: 10, 10, 10
    3 sets of Weighted Decline Sit Ups (Barbell) - Reps: 10, 10, 10
    4 sets of Dumbell/Plate Side Bends (25kg, 25kg, 32kg, 32kg) 10, 10, 10, 10
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    5x5 Schedule
    May 03, 05, 07. Test Week.
    May 10, 12, 14. Week 1.
    May 17, 19, 21. Week 2.
    May 24, 26, 28. Week 3.
    Jun 31, 02, 04. Week 4.
    Review

    Jun 07, 09, 11. Week 5.
    Jun 14, 16, 18. Week 6.
    Jun 21, 23, 25. Week 7.
    Jun 28, 30, 02. Week 8.
    Jul. 05, 09, 11. Week 9.
    Review
    Last edited by Reala; 05-27-2010 at 05:39 AM.
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    Friday

    Squat - 5x45kg, 5x50kg, 5x60kg, 5x65kg, 5x72.5kg, 3x80kg, 8x60kg
    Bench - 5x45kg, 5x55kg, 5x57.5kg, 5x65kg, 5x75kg
    Row - 5x35kg, 5x40kg, 5x42.5kg, 5x47.5kg, 3x52.5kg

    3 sets of Barbell Bicep Curls (25kg + bar) - 10, 10, 10 reps
    3 sets of Weighted Dips (10kg vest) - 10, 10, 9 reps
    3 sets of Weighted Reverse Crunch - 10, 10, 10 reps
    3 sets of Alternating Dumbbell Curls (12kg, 14kg, 14kg) - 10, 10, 10 reps
    3sets of Tricep Extensions (8kg, 10kg, 8kg) - 10, 10, 10 reps
    3 sets of Dumbbell Shrugs (32kg) - 10, 10, 10 reps
    Last edited by Reala; 05-28-2010 at 07:29 AM.
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    Tuesday

    Gym was closed as it is bank holiday Monday

    Squat: 50kg, 52.5kg, 60kg, 70kg, 75kg
    Bench: 50kg, 52.5kg, 60kg, 70kg, 75kg
    Row: 32.5kg, 37.5kg, 42.kg, 47.5kg, 52.5kg
    Good Morning: 3x10 @ 50kg
    Weighted Decline Situps: 4x8-12 @ 10kg
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    Thursday

    Squat - 5x47.5, 5x55, 5x60, 5x60
    Press - 5x45kg, 5x50kg, 5x57.5, 5x62.5, 3x62.5
    Deadlift - 5x90, 5x100, 5x110, 5x120, 5x125, 5x127.5

    3 sets of Lat Pull Downs (50kg, 55kg, 55kgkg) - Reps: 10, 10, 10
    2 sets of Slow Decline Sit Ups - Reps: 10, 10 & 2 sets of Reverse Crunches - Reps: 10, 10

    Notes: Felt a slight twinge in my left quad after squats - Need to keep an eye as I was limping home slightly. Lots of stretching and such tonight.
    Last edited by Reala; 06-03-2010 at 08:36 AM.
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    Pictures after 4 weeks of 5x5 training and upping my calories by about 20%... Results look positive, I seem to have a little bit more of a V-Shape going on where my shoulders and arms have got slightly bigger.
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    Friday

    Squat - 5x50kg, 5x55kg, 5x62.5kg, 5x67.5kg, 5x75kg, 3x82.5kg, 8x62.5kg
    Bench - 5x47.5kg, 5x57.5kg, 5x60kg, 5x67.5kg, 4x77.5kg, 5x75kg, 8x60kg
    Row - 5x37.5kg, 5x42.5kg, 5x45kg, 5x47.5kg, 3x52.5kg, 8x42.5kg

    3 sets of Barbell Bicep Curls (25kg + bar) - 10, 10, 10 reps
    3 sets of Weighted Dips (Ruck Sack with Laptop In) - 12, 10, 9 reps
    3 sets of Full Decline 10kg Sit Ups - 10, 10, 10 reps
    3 sets of Alternating Dumbbell Curls (12kg, 14kg, 14kg) - 10, 10, 10 reps
    3sets of Tricep Extensions (8kg, 10kg, 10kg) - 10, 10, 10 reps
    3 sets of Dumbbell Shrugs (32kg) - 10, 10, 10 reps
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    Photo after 4 weeks of 'Madcow's 5x5'

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    Monday

    Squat: 50kg, 55kg, 62.kg, 70kg, 82.5kg, 80kg (5 reps each)
    Bench: 50kg, 55kg, 60kg, 67.5kg, 77.5kg (5 reps each)
    Row: 32.5kg, 37.5kg, 42.5kg, 47.5kg, 55kg (5 reps each)

    Good Morning: 2x10 @ 55kg
    Weighted Decline Situps: 4x8-12 @ 10kg
    Dips: 12xBW, 10xBW+8kg, 6xBW+16kg, 6xBW+16kg, 8xBW+8kg
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    Good stuff bro. Keep up all the Squatting!!! =D
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    Age: 20, Height: 5'7", Weight: 165, Deadlift: 405, 9.5" Squat: 230 x 10, Bench: 195 (3x5)

    Quote Originally Posted by fatrb38
    I try to visualize that my girlfriend is under the weight and I have to push the weight up to save her. Of course it doesn't work and I just laugh as I think about the weight slowly crushing her bones. Then I remember it's me under the weight and give 200% effort to push it back up.

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    Wednesday

    Squat - 5x50kg, 5x55kg, 5x62.5kg, 5x62.5kg
    Press - 5x45kg, 5x50kg, 5x57.5kg, 5x63kg
    Deadlift - 5x92.5kg, 5x102.5kg, 5x115kg, 5x127.5kg, 5x125kg

    3 sets of Lat Pull Downs (50kg, 55kg, 55kg) - Reps: 10, 10, 10
    4 sets of 8kg Slow Decline Sit Ups - Reps: 10, 10, 9, 8 &
    3 sets of DB/Plate Side Bends - Reps: 10, 10, 10
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