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    Monday - 7/16/01

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    Chest:

    Flat BB Bench (185 x 3, 3, 5) - Changing bench up a bit. --I got bored about 12 hours after my first workout so I went back and did 185 x 6. Almost back to my old strength--
    Incline DB Bench (50 x 10, 50 x 10, 60 x 4) - Ditto.

    Back:

    Deadlifts ( 165 x 6, 225 x 6, 255 x 6) No Belt..Going for form
    Pullups (Weighed: 25 lbs. x 5, 45 lbs. x 3, 25 lbs. x 4)
    Seated Rows (150 x 6, 120 x 9, 100 x 12)

    Delts:

    Flex Machine Shoulder Press (70 x 6, 75 x 9, 12)

    Traps:

    BB Shrugs (155 x 6, 205 x 9, 205 x 12)
    Lateral Raises (20 x 6, 9, 12)


    Diet

    Pretty damn ****ty. I still had two scoops of protein, may have two more. But I had some McDonald's french fries which are full of fat and three Otis Spunkmeyer cookies which have 8g fat each. I didn't each much though today, so I still might've been low cals except for the fries.
    Last edited by heathj; 07-16-2001 at 09:14 PM.

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    Tuesday - 7/17/01

    Training


    Triceps:

    Lying Triceps Extensions (50 x 6, 60 x 6, 6, 12)
    Tricep Pushdowns (120 x 6, 150 x 6, 6, 12)

    Biceps:

    Standing BB Curls (35 x 6, 40 x 6, 6, 12)
    Hammer Curls (30 x 6, 35 x 6, 6, 12)

    Forearms:

    Forearm Curls (3 x 45)
    Forearm Ext (3 x 45)

    Quads:

    Squats (245 x 6, 265 x 9, 225 x 12)
    Leg Extensions (150 x 6, 120 x 9, 12)

    Hamstrings:

    Leg Curls (70 x 6, 9, 12)

    Calves:

    Seated Calf Raises (160 x 30)
    Standing Calf Raises (220 x 30)


    Diet

    Still bad, but I am working on it. I still am making good gains even though it's not perfect. I have decided I am not gonna fully cut, but not bulk. Kind of what Icergrrl was talking about in her journal. A mini-cut. Then in October a huge ass bulk. I am gonna try to put on 30 pounds without going over 18% bf or so. I wanna get up to about 210 lbs. and then cut down to about 190-195 @ 10% bf by June. I will most likely be doing Keto and there is a possibility of clen, but I am not sure yet. I will see when the time comes.
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    Wednesday - 7/18/01

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    Rest Day


    Diet

    Haha.....it's sad really how bad it's gotten. I haven't started eating donuts or anything, but...today I ate 1 pound of trail mix and that was pretty much all besides 3/4 of a sub. So let's see..food for the day:

    2 eggs
    1 pound trailmix
    8" of a ham+turkey+roast beef sub sandwich

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    I think you need to add some pasta sauce to your diet...the kind that goes with spaghetti

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    What I myself have held. But why declare
    The things forbidden that while the Customs slept
    I have crossed to Safety with? For I am There,
    And what I would not part with I have kept.

    --Robert Frost

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    Originally posted by heathj
    1 pound trailmix
    [/B]
    Your eating god damn hamster food, hEATHY
    "A + B + C = Success if, A = Hard Work, B = Hard Play, C = Keeping your mouth shut" -Albert
    Einstein


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    I know, but trailmix is good! Anyway, today...I am gonna start eating good again!

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    Thursday - 7/19/01

    Training


    Chest:

    Flat BB Bench (185 x 6, 6, 5)
    Incline DB Bench (50 x 10, 60 x 5, 5)

    Back:

    Deadlifts (185 x 6, 225 x 6, 285 x 6)
    Pullups (Weighted: 25 lbs. x 7, 25 lbs. x 5, 25 lbs. x 5)
    Seated Rows (150 x 6, 150 x 9, 130 x 12)

    Delts:

    Flex Machine Shoulder Press (70 x 6, 9, 12)
    Upright Rows (65 x 6, 9, 12)

    Traps:

    BB Shrugs (185 x 6, 225 x 9, 12)
    Lateral Raises (20 x 6, 9, 12)


    Diet

    Going alright, didn't have any oatmeal though.

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    Friday - 7/20/01

    Training


    Triceps:

    Lying Triceps Extensions (50 x 6, 60 x 6, 80 x 6, 60 x 12)
    Tricep Pushdowns (120 x 6, 150 x 6, 6, 12)

    Biceps:

    Standing BB Curls (35 x 6, 40 x 6, 6, 35 x 12)
    Hammer Curls (30 x 6, 35 x 6, 6, 30 x 12)

    Forearms:

    Forearm Curls (3 x 45)
    Forearm Ext (3 x 45)

    Quads:

    Squats (275 x 6, 265 x 9, 225 x 12)
    Leg Extensions (150 x 6, 120 x 9, 12)

    Hamstrings:

    Leg Curls (70 x 6, 9, 12)

    Calves:

    Seated Calf Raises (160 x 30)
    Standing Calf Raises (245 x 30)


    Diet

    Ate lots of coffee cake today Mmm.... tuttut

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    Monday - 7/23/01

    Training

    Chest:

    Flat BB Bench (185 x 6, 6, 6)
    Incline DB Bench (50 x 10, 60 x 5, 4)

    Back:

    Deadlifts (185 x 6, 245 x 6, 295 x 6)
    Pullups (Weighted: 25 lbs. x 7, 25 lbs. x 7, 25 lbs. x 7)
    Seated Rows (150 x 6, 140 x 9, 130 x 12)

    Delts:

    Flex Machine Shoulder Press (70 x 6, 9, 12)
    Upright Rows (75 x 6, 9, 12)

    Traps:

    BB Shrugs (205 x 6, 225 x 9, 12)
    Lateral Raises (20 x 6, 9, 12)

    Diet

    I am not sticking directly to my diet I have now. I am sort of starting my bulking cycle, but not going all out yet. So it's kind of a mini-bulk until tennis is over, then I'm doing full bulk.

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    Tuesday - 7/24/01

    Training


    Triceps:

    Lying Triceps Extensions (50 x 6, 60 x 6, 80 x 6, 12)
    Tricep Pushdowns (120 x 6, 150 x 6, 6, 12)

    Biceps:

    Standing BB Curls (35 x 6, 40 x 6, 45 x 6, 35 x 12)
    Hammer Curls (30 x 6, 35 x 6, 40 x 6, 30 x 12)

    Forearms:

    Forearm Curls (3 x 45)
    Forearm Ext (3 x 45)

    Quads:

    Squats (280 x 6, 270 x 9, 250 x 12) - Legs are fried after squats.
    Leg Extensions (150 x 6, 120 x 9, 100 x 12)

    Hamstrings:

    Leg Curls (50 x 6, 9, 12)

    Calves:

    Seated Calf Raises (160 x 30)
    Standing Calf Raises (245 x 30)

    Diet

    What diet? I am still on my plan of mini-bulking. Still considering of taking hydroxycut when September rolls around though.

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