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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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    Wannabebig Member Rusty Jones's Avatar
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    Beast Evil Training Journal

    I've decided to start an online journal, I've kept a written journal for a couple years and it has helped tremendously. I'm starting a program that's a hybrid of a couple programs, focusing on compound lifts. I'm 31 and have been lifting off and on since I've been around 12 years old (used to wrestle back in the day). I've just recently become tired of the constant changing of programs and decided to go back to basics. Workout will go as follows.

    Beast Evil Training:

    Workout A
    Squats
    Bench
    Rows
    Military Press

    Workout B
    Front Squats
    Deads
    Incline Press
    Chins

    Each will consist of 4 sets and I will ramp up to top set. The goal is to keep adding weight and for chins I use a backpack that I fill with weights. Bench is prob my best lift at the moment but I'm coming (still might be on) off injury. Messed up my knee, mri was looked at and they said ligaments seem to be intact. Problem is I can't fully extend my leg, it's like something is blocking it. But I seem to be able to squat and dead ok so I'm gonna try increasing the weight again. I'll be back to post results from today's workout, workout A.

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    Wannabebig Member Rusty Jones's Avatar
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    Well workout went ok, I worked out yesterday and it kind of slowed me today. So..

    Squats
    (did them yesterday)
    135 5
    185 5
    220 5

    Bench
    (today)
    135 5
    185 5
    225 5
    255 3

    Rows
    (yesterday)
    135 5
    185 5
    205 5

    Military Press
    75 5
    105 5
    125 5
    145 2
    (was using 45 plates and banged the first rep against the ceiling, basement workout. Had to switch to smaller plates and only managed two more, so 3 overall.)

    Also added some light DB Rows and a set of 8 chins (bodyweight). Also did some decline crunches. In the future, Iron work will be MWF.

    Lifted to a Ramones mix I made, workout was decent but could've been better. Looking forward to next week. peace.

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    Mon 4/30
    Not a great workout today. Tried to play softball over the weekend and tweaked my knee a little. Should hit this same workout on Friday with more aggresion.

    Front Squat
    95-5
    115-5
    135-5
    150-5

    Deads
    135-5
    165-3
    185-3
    205-3

    Incline Press
    135-5
    165-5
    185-5
    200-5

    Chins
    5-5
    10-4
    15-2
    20-3

    Just felt sluggish today, I speak with a doctor tomorrow in hopes to find out more on the knee...

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