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

Its 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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    Explosive Mofo Blitzforce's Avatar
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    Aquatic Research Labs

    Creation of an Explosive Mofo! Strength, explosiveness and a big vertical jump

    Thought I start a training log. I won't have any diet details, just workouts, poundages, measurements and photos

    Diet is basicly eat every 2-3 hours. Servings of Whey 3-4 times a day (before and after training with fast carbs), vitamin C, multi-vitamins, fishoil and lots of glutamine.

    I've been training for 3 months properly now, starting my 4th month tommorrow!


    5'8.5" tall
    100% Lifetime natural


    Post Diet - Pre Gym 2/5/02 - 81kg 178lbs 12-14% bodyfat

    Journal Start - 2/8/02 - 86kg 190lbs 12-14% bodyfat

    Cold Measurements

    left and right side where applicable

    Journal Start 2/8/02

    Height - 5'9"
    Wrist - 6.75
    Forearms - flexed 12 - 12.25
    Arms - flexed 14 7/8 - 15
    Shoulders - 50
    Neck - 16
    Chest - relaxed 43.5 - flexed 45
    Waist - 33
    Hips/Glutes - 39.5
    Thighs - 25.75 - 26
    Knee - 15
    Calves - 16 - 16.25
    Ankle - 9

    Pics - A few posts in the Members pics section, as well as in this journal


    Short Term

    To get bigger, stronger and more explosive.
    Get that nasty power athlete look - ie an NFL running back I think, like David Boston?
    I'd like to get to 90kg or 200lbs while staying at the same bodyfat or even get leaner

    Power Clean 225 lbs for 3 reps
    Power Snatch 135 lbs for 3 reps

    Training Split

    Day1 - Chest and Back
    Day2 - Legs
    Day3 - Rest
    Day4 - Shoulders, Abs Arms
    Day5 - Rest

    Subject to change though - been thinking about doing
    a 2 way split, Sun/Mon and Weds/Thurs type.

    Starting day 1 tommorrow

    Oh and most importantly I'm staying clean and NATURAL!
    Last edited by Blitzforce; 04-17-2009 at 05:59 PM.

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