I stand 5'11" in height, and weigh 165lbs.
I am starting a bulk that will hopefully land me around 195-200, followed by a cut later on.
My newly found diet (All foods listed on "what a bodybuilder eats") consists of about 3500 calories on a lifting day, and 3000 on a non lifting day. Each one has about a 2:2:1 ratio in terms of Protein/Carbs/Fat. I'm not sure if this is correct but adjustments will be made.
This is my 7th workout in 9 months, but the first 6 have all been on a crap routine focusing on upper body. I am now using WBB1... which makes today the first leg day that I've done in more then 3/4th of a year.
Week 1 Day 3, 7/26/06
Note: Damn these numbers are embarassingly low, with each struggling rep the only thing I could think was "I remember when this was my warmup!". It felt like my form was impeccable though (Ass to Grass), so that was one good thing I can take from this exercise.
Note: I have never even heard of Hack Squats until the WBB1 routine, and my form was pretty ridiculous (Would smack the back of my thighs on the way up and my calves on the way down). With this in mind, I used light weight in attempts to figure out what the heck was going on. Will have to do more research for next week.
Leg Curls (Machine ranges scale 1-11):
Note: The weight felt very light, but my hands were kicking my ass after the third or fourth rep in each set. Should invest in gloves.
Standing Calf Raises:
Note: Did seated calf raises this week, there must've been a group of 6 guys rotating on the Smith Machine that i'd normally do them on. Didn't feel like waiting. I think Standing is probably easier.