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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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    Fine efforts overall Mounir.

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    Thanks man!

    No training today, way too busy and sore. Tomorrow I"ll do 5/3/1 overhead press, then mag/ort deadlifts, then some pull ups, and call it a day.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    12-2-12: OHP and Deadlifts

    OHP
    10x105
    3x125
    6x140
    2x3x145
    11x115

    Deadlift
    4x4x385
    2x435
    2x485
    10x385

    Incline Bench
    10x135
    9x135
    7x135

    Face Pulls
    100x50 lbs

    Tricep Pressdowns
    50x50 lbs

    Cable Curls
    50x50 lbs

    Cable Lat Pullovers
    50x30 lbs

    Decent lifting day today. A bit hungover from yesterday so I took some caffiene/ephedrine (Black Widow pills) before lifting, but didn't feel it too much. I think I"m finally building up a tolerance so I can actually start taking full pills instead of the 1/3 pills. I'll try 2/3 next time, but hopefully the next time I need it won't be too soon. OHP was ok, still pretty strong but not nearly as strong as last time. Bar thickness really makes a difference. But I"m still stronger than I was a month ago so there's that. Deadlifts were all right, 485 went up really slowly both times, then afterwards the guy came and told me I have to let the bar down slow (I don't drop it but once it clears my knees I let it down pretty fast), and that I can't use chalk. So I waited till he was out of my line of sight, chalked up, and did my next set with 385, but I was controlling the negatives pretty slowly so I wouldn't get kicked out, which definitely made a difference. I was dying on the last 2 reps. But I felt good afterwards. Good to get a lot of blood flowing through the posterior chain. Since it's been 3 weeks since I've done deadlifts for reps, the sets of 4 I was fatiguing by the last rep or two, but hopefully this will shoot my work capacity back up to where it needs to be for next time, as I've seen happen before. Also this is my first time deadlifting in wrestling shoes instead of chucks so that was definitely interesting, felt like I could get tighter, but the lockout still was slow, if anything more slow. But that could be many other factors. Inclines went terribly, felt very weak, and my left shoulder got f*cked on the last set. Not too bad but definitely not good. It isn't hurting now because I did all the face pulls, but it's definitely not a good things. Gotta make sure I keep good technique and don't sacrifice for weight on inclines. Small session afterwards (all the high rep stuff) went really well.

    Diet's been a bit off because it's the weekend. Only ate 2 meals today because I woke up really late with no appetite. Forced down 6.5 eggs and 1.5 egg whites this morning (the yolks of the eggs I only ate the whites of were really nasty so I threw them out). Then had a protein shake when I came back from the gym since the line to the dining commons was incredibly long and I couldn't just wait 10 mins in like so I could take 1 minute to drink milk there. Then I just had a big dinner, and smuggled back some rice and beans I"ll probably eat around 11 tonight before I go to sleep. Either way I don't even want to weigh myself right now because it's probably really light. At least most of my strength is still there. That's what matters. Gotta start doing cardio again though, even if it's just jump roping in the little gym. It's been raining all week so I can't do hill sprints.

    Either way, had a lot of rage going into today's session, so it was good to be able to let go of that temporarily, step back, and just care about lifting the weights up. That's one thing that's great about lifting, when you're in the weight room, the matter of lifting the weights up is so pressing and so urgent that all your other problems go away, and all you care about is getting the weight up, not letting it break you. It's a great stress reliever. Good, stress relieving day today.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    12-5-12: Squats

    Squat
    5x225 loose belt
    5x260 loose belt
    12x295 tight belt
    1x345 beltless

    Good Mornings
    3x10x155

    Pulldown abs
    BS numbers (10x100 lbs I think)

    Good workout today. Paused the last rep of 295 and the 345. My squat technique felt fine today, but I felt it a lot in my calves for some reason, if it persists next time even if I really focus hard on putting the weight all on my heels I"ll start doing calf work to increase my squat. Plus I've never worked my calves so that should be fun. But yeah I felt it a lot in my glutes, calves, and back. I still felt it in the quads and hams, not to mention every part of my body, but my back generally felt not so good today. GMs felt all wrong, even though my technique was perfectly fine, no back rounding or anything, also because my back isn't feeling good today. Hopefully it's nothing serious. Pulldown abs I just wanted to rework up a sweat at the gym in my dorm before taking a shower, so I hit a few light sets then 1 set that felt pretty heavy on my grip (I used a really sharp chain attachment) with 100 lbs for about 10 reps. Nothing serious but it's done. Sparred my roommate a bit then took a shower, then posted this, and now I"m going to eat.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    12-6-12: Bench/Chins

    Pause Bench
    5x165
    5x185
    5x210
    1x245
    6x210
    23x135 not paused close grip
    4x3x135 dynamic (45 sec rest periods)obviously no pause
    1x7x135 (45 sec after my last dynamic set, attempted JM blakely dynamic style-but blew it)
    1x7x135 (a long time after the previous set, JM blakely dynamic style-2 ultra slow paused reps, 2 normal reps, 3 dynamic)

    Chins
    5xBW
    8x30 10 lb PR
    9xBW

    DB Bench
    15x55s
    3x8x75s

    Upright Rows
    10x95
    2x15x95
    2x10xbar (very strict)

    All right day today. Bench technique felt very off on all my heavy sets except 245 for some reason. 245 went up incredibly easily for a paused single, because my technique was spot on, but 210 felt really awkward both times. Wanted 8 reps on the first one but my shoulder was clicking, then wanted 8 reps again but my back cramped, not to mention technique felt really awkward. Maybe I gotta spend more time warming up, my spotter who does his own bodybuilding workout at the gym (so like a step below being a training partner) had his leg day today, so he took like an hour psyching himself up before we could leave. Should have just left without him. But yeah I was kinda rushed which could have something to do with it. In the future I"ll just take my time warming up. So I dropped it down to 135 and took a really close grip (my normal grip is pretty close but I went as narrow as possible for this one) and squeezed out what I believe is either a PR or matching my PR. The last 3 reps had pauses too, I was aiming for 20 but wanted to milk out some more. Technique felt great, which could be a contributing factor to how strong I felt. Might have had 25 reps in me but I don't like training to failure. I rested 45 sec then did some dynamic stuff with a normal grip to work on reinforcing my technique. Did a bunch of sets but they didn't feel 100% as fast as they could, more like 90%. So I tried a JM blakely style set, but was too fatigued. Rested a long time then tried again, with success. I guess my 90% speed is as fast as I can do 135. Either way the DE training served it's purpose of technique reinforcement, my technique felt great on those. I think my main problem is my liftoff, the benches/racks at this gym suck so the liftoff is always the hardest part for me, and I always do my own liftoffs. Maybe I'll find a way to incorporate heavy liftoffs in my training. Probably on OHP day. Chins were decent, forearms were too pumped to get more than 9 reps on my drop down set, had to fight the tightness from the pump on the way up and it was like having extra resistance. DB bench was all right, the only bench open was a piece of shit so I had to deal with that. But other than that it was all right. Upright rows were ok but I was really tired at this point so it was w/e. Gotta build my shoulders and traps. Gonna get a small session in in about 2.5 hrs. Got some chem work to do. Will be doing cardio then, may or may not log it tonight.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    Solid week as usual for you dude.

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    Thanks Coke!

    No deads today because I have a Chem Lab final around my usual gym time. And also my back feels funky. I won't be doing GMs for a while, just leg extensions and leg curls from now on till my back feels 100%. I'll do deads tomorrow.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    12-9-12: OHP and Deads

    OHP
    5x95
    5x115
    7x130

    Deads
    4x4x395
    2x445
    2x495
    8x405

    Pretty disappointing day today. OHP was incredibly weak, shoulders were still really sore from earlier this week. Deads, though I got a lot of PRs, were disappointing because my technique was pure shit, even on the light sets. Even if my top set has shit technique, like the first week I did 2x465, my 4x4s are always good. Today's 4x4 was also shitty. I wasn't feeling right today at all, everything felt off. I'm going to run 5/3/1 for deads for a while and just get my technique back, work on my mobility, all that kind of crap. But here are the videos from today. Kinda lame stuff. My friend who was slapping my back on the first set, while it did distract me a bit, isn't the reason why my technique sucked today. I have no idea what it is. Thankfully I somehow didn't injure myself, but I need to fix this, more than I need to keep adding weight. I"ll continue to squat heavier and heavier but deadlifts, strenght is going on the backburner now, technique is the premium. Videos:

    495: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbdwag6fWmM You can hear me getting mad at my friend a bit, lol.

    405: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekX9OA6Z1Dc Terrible technique. Incredibly disappointed. Grip failed here too, almost slipped on rep 8, and rep 9 was undoable.

    I feel like even if I don't go as heavy on deads, fixing my technique and doing some hip thrusts after will in the long run add more strength. I got plenty of power off the ground but my lockout is what's lacking, so hip thrusts may be just what I need.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    Ran a 10 minute mile today on the treadmill in my dorm. Pretty bad but it's baby steps. I'm gonna start doing 10 minute miles fairly often till it's literally no challenge to me. It might be the reason why my strength sucked today, that I did cardio a few days ago, but it makes me feel so much better physically and mentally about life when I run and lift instead of just lifting. Also had a decent small session where I did 2x25x2.5 rear delt and side delt raises. Rear delt raises I did with a supinated grip to make things harder, and side raises I did with my lats flared which made it much much harder. I did 3 sets of 30 incline push ups with a narrower grip, which actually helped me feel it better in my upper chest. Also did some upright rows and some other insignificant stuff. My calves are really sore from running, my shoulders and back are really sore from lifting, but I feel really good and relaxed.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    12-12-12: Squat And Bench

    Squat
    5x260
    3x295
    5x330
    3x345
    1x365

    Pause Bench
    5x185
    3x205
    1x235
    1x245

    Strict Supinated Lat Pulldowns (for isolating upper lats)
    3x10x100

    Strict Side Raises
    3x10x15s

    Wide Grip T Bar Rows
    3x10x45

    Good and bad workout today. Squats were great, strong sets across the board. Matched my old low bar PR pretty easily today, maybe had a double, or 375/385. But didn't want to go too hard. Bench was absolutely terrible. Technique felt shitty in every way (except thankfully, at least my shoulders weren't clicking), I even used wrist wraps because my right wrist has been hurting since my Environmental Science final (lots of writing), but it was terrible. Failed the 2nd rep of 235, and barely got 245 for a paused single. Did some upper lat stuff because that's lagging, then side raises because side delts are lagging, then wide grip t bar rows for traps/rear delts. Got a good pump from all that, though most of the blood was still being hogged up by my legs. Which could be a contributing reason for why my bench sucked. The huge guy from my squat video said maybe I ran out of carbs from all the squatting, but I don't know. Either way bench was bad and I'm disappointed in myself for it. Oh yeah and here's the squat video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rey-o4irA4Q

    The big dude spotting me is a monster. He's only been lifting for a year and he squats 425 with wraps (Idk his raw squat though-he tore his acl a while ago so he only goes heavy with wraps), 300 or 315 touch n go bench, and 525 deadlift. And from knowing him long enough I know he's natural. Crazy strong. Anyways I'm most likely going to do cardio in about an hour after I digest this meal, then go eat again.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    Back to the super squats, quite impressive!!

    You may or may not agree with this, but the best approach on the bench at this point would be to go lighter with full range motions and moderate reps. Just raise up gradually and go from there - don't rush it, be patient where needed man.

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    Thanks Coke! About bench, I dropped the weight by a lot and was doing high reps, but yesterday even the high rep weight I couldn't do for anything more than a single. Could just be a bad day, but if the problem persists I'll have no choice but to drop the weight even further.

    2x15 calves to failure and 10 minute mile last night.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    Just weighed in at barely 200. Not sure if I"m happy or not about that, but it seems the cardio is making it a lot harder to maintain my weight. Plus the food in the dining commons is getting really old, it's always the same shit. So that definitely contributes as well. Could be a reason why my bench is sucking. But I do look a lot leaner.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    12-15-12: Short Session

    Pull ups
    32 reps over 5 sets hammer grip
    12 reps over 2 sets wide grip
    6 chin ups

    Dips
    3x15

    Strict/Slow Rear Delt Flyes
    2x10x4 lb DBs

    Incline Push ups
    12 reps then my shoulders started to feel funny

    Ok workout today. Not feeling particularly strong but my diet always goes to shit when I'm home because my parents barely cook, and I'm no longer in the habit of cooking. So I weighed 203 today. Interestingly I don't feel like I"m leaning out too much but my gyno is going down A LOT. I haven't taken any particular measures to lower estrogen. I drink a lot of chamomile tea and eat a lot of broccoli but I've been doing that for 2 weeks, and actually haven't consumed either in 2 days. Maybe the lowered estrogen from those 2 weeks has finally taken effect though. Or it could be the cardio. I've had gyno for the last 2 years, ever since I first started drinking a lot of milk to bulk up when I first got into powerlifting, so it's nice that it's finally going away. On the flip side though, my chest muscles look a lot smaller because there's less fat over them bulking them up, but their shape is more aesthetic. Either way, good stuff, might do 1 legged squats today, probably not though because I'm gonna try to squat on Monday if I can find a gym. If not I"ll do 1 legged squats and flat ground sprints on monday. Probably going to do a mile run tonight. I"m just worried about doing too much cardio because I'm not going to be able to get a lot of calories these next 3 weeks that I'm home.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    Ran a mile today. Don't know how long it took because I was out in nature but I passed up another jogger so I probably wasn't going too slow. Hopefully I'll get a chance to lift tomorrow. I have a friend I'm hanging out with today who's been kind of flakey recently, hopefully unintentionally, but if I can catch him I'll probably be able to train with him in his garage tomorrow, hit some OHP, light squats (deload week but maybe a few singles at 300 just so I don't atrophy), maybe some 1 legged squats/shrugs/upright rows, and pull ups. I"ll probably be training strongman on Wednesday so I shouldn't need to do deadlifts.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    Small session today, 4x10 then 1x15 alternating on each leg 1 legged squats. Short rest periods but not so short that it was like a giant superset. 3x15 strict incline push ups supersetted with slow rear delt flyes with 4 lbs. Then 2x8 and 1x10 chin ups. Strongman training on wednesday, then gym lifts on friday.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    Keep doing what you need to do to keep it on track...like seeing you at it.

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    Thanks Coke! Hopefully nothing will atrophy. It's funny because for the first time in 3 months my sleep is 100%, getting 9 hrs per night, but now my diet and training are not 100%, I don't know how much of what nutrients I"m getting, just trying to get whole foods, protein, monitoring my weight and how I look in the mirror, if it dips I'll know I"m doing something wrong. Hopefully I can get some solid leg work in tomorrow and on Friday.
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    12-19-12: Strongman

    Overhead Keg
    A bunch of triples with 80 lb keg
    3x105
    4x130
    0x155

    Yoke Walk
    Worked up to 455x50 ft

    Loading onto ~55-60inch platform
    150 lb sandbag followed by 200 lb sandbag, followed by failed attempt at 250 lb sandbag (couldn't even clear it off the ground)
    150 lb sandbag for 3 reps
    130 lb keg followed by 155 lb keg, 180 lb keg, 205 lb keg

    Really fun day today. Lifting the keg overhead was really fun, although the 155 keg sucks because the handles are terrible, but otherwise it's good. Yoke walk was good, no chain yoke this time so it was a lot better, but it's still a somewhat ghetto set up so it wasn't perfect, not to mention everything felt numb because it was incredibly cold. Then loading stuff was really fun, although sandbags will always suck, especially with cold fingers and medium length nails. Then loading kegs was awesome, although I need to strengthen my hammer curl muscles to support my bones, my wrists and forearm bones were hurting after all the keg related stuff, especially the heavy ones we used for loading. Definitely good to be back training strongman. Next time I'll bring a jacket!
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    Good deal on the strongman training man.

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    Thanks Coke!
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    12-21-12: Big 4 Apocalypse

    Squat
    Warm ups
    315x3
    345 for 3 singles

    OHP
    5x115
    4x135 (should have been 3x130 but I wasn't thinking)
    7x145 rest 30 sec 2x145
    something like 3-4x5 pull/chin ups from between sets, again, wasn't thinking.

    Deadlift
    worked up to 405x7 (paused and resetted PR), VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffmctXxZggw

    Bench
    worked up to 5x225 (3 paused 2 not paused)
    135x26 not paused (3 rep PR)

    Grip Holds
    Worked up to 405x10 sec (no chalk, suuucked) mixed, and 315x10 sec double overhand

    Shrugs
    4x12x225
    19x225 followed by 10x135

    GREAT day today! Funny story, I was originally going to meet up at the 24 hour fitness I trained at this summer, but the guy at the front desk recognized me and so I couldn't do the 3 day trial, they were going to make me pay 10 bucks. It ended up being a positive though because I ended up training in my old gym (another 24 hour fitness, where thankfully they didn't recognize me), where I was mentored in powerlifting 1 year ago, with my training partner that I mentored over the summer. Squats felt a little strange but my technique was good, everything felt heavier than it should have so I assumed I was going to have a bad day. Then OHP felt very strong, matched my PR, might have had 8 but didn't want to hit failure, so I did some rest pause.

    Deadlifts were also very strong. I think there are a lot of factors playing into this, namely the fact that the bar is smaller in diameter which allows me to accelerate it faster and keep it closer to my body. That makes a surprisingly big difference, even against the 4 negative factors, 1 I was wearing chucks so larger ROM than wrestling shoes, 2 I had no chalk, 3 I was wearing sweatpants (more friction less shin protection), and 4 I squat before hand (this may be a positive though because my hips were well warmed up-I'll start warming up my hips better before deads from now on). About the first negative factor though maybe I pull better in chucks because I get more leg drive. I'll have to experiment and figure it out. I'll probably do that this summer. But my technique problems started to happen when I switched to wrestling shoes. Then again around the same time the stress of school was starting to get to me and distract me from my workouts. Again I'll have to experiment with it and figure it out... this summer. Another factor that may have made today really good is that I feel a lot mentally sharper because there's so little going on right now so I can focus better on what I"m doing, compared to when I'm at school in the dorms. But anyways, it doesn't matter why, but I had a great deadlift session today.

    Since I was training in my old gym which has the best benches I've ever used, and I've been using terrible benches the last 6 months, I decided to do some benching. I was obviously fatigued at this point but I still managed an OK set with 225, then got a PR with 135. Amazing what difference a good bench can make. Then I wanted to help my training partner out with his grip so we did some grip holds. My hands were killing me at this point so the numbers are by no means impressive. Then we had a shrugging contest to see whose traps were most mountainous and most beefy. Great day overall, definitely the funnest I've had training in a long, long time.

    And in case you missed it, video!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffmctXxZggw
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    Monster session there, bud! Great work throughout the last few training sessions, doing great!
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    Thanks Gaz!!!
    Best Lifts: 425/285/545 at 200

    Goals for this year: 495/315/585, 500/365/600

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    Quote Originally Posted by amounirl View Post
    GREAT day today!
    That is no joke bro, nice job throughout!

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