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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?

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    "Old man learning to stay young with iron, stones and tires."

    After a year on WBB.. I'm finally starting a journal.. b/c of a few encouraging words from other WBB'ers and I think it will keep me more honest in keeping a journal.. my personal workout journal, on my laptop, I haven't been consistent with.. so perhaps knowing that I have a responsibility (lol) to WBB to keep an accurate journal, will keep me writing.. hopefully to emulate WBB'ers like Anthony, Built, Sensei, etc..

    Old History:
    • 145-160 lbs in HS (83), same height (5'8"&7/8's) – starting garage lifting @ 13 – HS only had Universal Machine – so I bought a weight set and learned on my own
    • Couple of major injuries – back injury wrestling, knee injury in football, other knee injury motorcycle crash - lifting was a way for a small guy to compete with the bigger guys and recover faster from injuries
    • Went to college - learned about negatives, having a spotter, eating more.. and getting more rest. Gained 40 lbs
    • Personal Trainer 89-90 – Nautilus & Weight training - 195 – lean & mean – 6-8% BF - while finishing college - tried BB'ing, but could not overcome my Pectus Excavatum
    • After college - I couldn't make a living back then PT'ing.. so stayed with computer work I had been doing since I was 17..
    • 90-04 - on and off lifting, sports, etc. - but life - work, marriage, kids - was too good and made me lazy - So I grew to over 270 lbs...

    Recent History:
    • Christmas 2003 - I didn't know who that fat guy was in front of the XMas tree as the family was watching the video - so I always kept a gym membership, went and weighed myself and tried to do a simple 30 minute circuit workout followed by 30 minutes on the threadmill.. needless to say, I was a diaster.. a death waiting to happen.. thinking that my kids would be dadless
    • So I cut out a little of the good life.. less goodies, less alcohol, less couch sitting, less late nights..
    • By Feb 2004 I was down to 270 & 36 BF% - so I starting really working out.. at first, way too much threadmill/stepper/ellipitical/etc... not enough weights.. stuck mostly with doing BW exercises - pushups, squats, etc..
    • Kept the progression slow.. trying to gain muscle & loose fat.. until
    • New Years Eve 04/05 - lost my only parent/Mother to a heart attack @ 62 yrs.. after some depression, it shook my world and I started going more hard core.. harder workouts, more agressive cardio (HIT) along with heavier lifting.. while really starting to eat healthier.. although a lot more food. By Oct. 05 I was down to 226 and only 19% BF.
    • Family also joined the fun.. more family walks, hikes, activities .. wife had already lost 45 lbs..
    • Then I found WBB, crossfit and a couple of other Internet sites.. along with a job working from home.. and then really caught the strength bug. Deciding to see how strong I could get > 40 yrs old.. while also trying some creatine and going though some bulking cycles for more LBM..
    • Summer 2006 - Decided to stop just watching Strongman & MMA.. joined a couple of local groups doing BJJ and Strongman training. Addiction was really taking over my life.. lol
    • Oct. 4th - tore my left biceps while trying to flip a 850 lb tire.. decided against surgery.. and now I finally have a bicep peak.. on one arm.. lol

    Near Future:
    • Trying my first PL'ing competition in Dec. - 100 % RAW
    • Taking OL lifting classes - Jan & Feb 07
    • Trying my first Strongman competition next July '07
    • Get down to 220-225, get to 205 LBM, while continuing to increase strength

    Distant Future:
    • Maximum Strength while keeping athleticism
    • Better GPP & Crossfit abilities
    • Lower bodyfat – weight is not as important – perhaps a steady 220 lbs while in my 40s, then 210 by 50 yrs, 200 by 55, 190 by 60, 180 by 65
    • Being a good role model to my grandchildren..

    Progress:
    Date _ weight _ BF % LBs Fat _____ LBM ____ BP ______ Squat __ DL _____ MP ____ OH Squat
    Feb-04 _ 270 _ 36 _____ 97.2 _____ 172.8 __ 205 x 1 __ 185x3 __ 185x3 __ 95x5
    Oct-04 _ 252 _ 30 _____ 75.6 _____ 176.4 __ 225 x 4 __ 225x8 __ 225x10 __ 135x1
    Mar-05 _ 250 _ 26 _____ 65 ______ 185 ____ 265 x 1 __ 275x7 __ 275x8 __ 135x2
    Oct-05 _ 226 _ 19 _____ 42.94 ____ 183.06 _ 275 x 1 __ 325x4 __ 325x8 __ 135x3
    Jan-06 _ 238 _ 20 _____ 47.6 _____ 190.4 __ 300 x 1 __ 325x6 __ N/A ____ 155x6 __ 95x1
    Apr-06 _ 232 _ 18 _____ 41.76 ____ 190.24 _ 300 x 1 __ 355x3 __ 325x3 __ 175x4 __ 95x5
    Jul-06 _ 245 _ 20 ______ 49 ______ 196 ____ 325 x 1 __ 395x1 __ 395x1 __ 185x4 __ 185x1
    Oct-06 _ 245 _ 18 _____ 44.1 _____ 200.9 __ 325 x 1 __ 405x1 __ 445x1 __ 185x4 __ 185x2
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    Oh! interesting story.Nice progress.Well done.Good luck with everything
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    Friday - Oct. 19th
    Squats (all squats are ATF - each set I change my stance from PL stance to OL stance)
    Bar x10, 95 x 5, 135 x 5, 185 x 5, 225 x 3, 275 x 2, 315 x 2, 365 x 1, 385 x1, 395 x 1

    BB Calf Raises w/8th squats (I've read some articles recently about stressing your CNS - getting it used to heavier weights.. so I threw some 45s, then 25s on the bar after my ATF Squats, and did some 1/8th squats with Calf Raises)
    485 x 8, 535 x 5, 535 x 5, 315 x 10

    Box Squats (12 inches)
    315 x 2, 225 x 3, 275 x 2, 185 x 5, 135 x 5

    Bottom Partial Squats w/ Plie Squats (my Bottom partials are ATFs, but only coming half up - keeping the stress on the glutes/hams/hips - then going into a wide Plie stance and squatting to improve those inner thigh muscles - love these)
    135 x 5/5, 185 x 5/5, Bar x 10/10
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    Quote Originally Posted by getfit
    Oh! interesting story.Nice progress.Well done.Good luck with everything
    GF.. thanks.. How did I know you would be the first one to post in my journal? I think you have a beeper that goes off when new people join and/or create journals... and then you race to the keyboard and post your friendly messages. :-)

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    Sunday, Oct. 22nd - 3:30 pm

    Good Mornings
    Bar x 10, 95 x 8, 135 x 5, 185 x 5, 235 x 5, 255 x 3, 275 x 3, 295 x 3

    DLs w/Bands - up to 80 each side (prone grip - staying light while still rehabbing biceps)
    95 x 8, 145 x 5, 195 x 5

    RDLs
    195 x 5 x 2 sets, 145 x 5,

    Shrug Machine
    180, 270, 360 x8 reps

    Gripper Machine
    100, 155, 200 - reps and static holds

    Cardio - 10 mins of jumping rope mixed with kicks to punching bag

    Good workout - 90 minutes - staying light on any DLs and where the arm is extended while the biceps is still rehabing... I think I am ready to try an arm/upper back workout soon..

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    Very cool read. Glad to see you decided to start a journal - I'll be checking in for sure.
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    Looks interesting, GL w/ the bicep rehab.
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    Thanks Anthony.. i look forward to your advice and opinions...
    Thanks ddegroff.. I'm pushing the rehab.. hopefully I don't do more harm then good..

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    Monday, Oct. 23rd - 3:30 pm

    5 minute warmup.. jumping jacks, balance ball mobility, a few crunches and a few twists

    No belts, suits, wraps or bands with this workout..

    Flat BP
    135 x 5, 185 x 5, 225 x 5, 275 x 3, 295 x 2, 300 x 1 plus a 10 sec midpress pause, 275 x 2, 225 x 2, 185 x 5 (DE), 135 x 5 (DE)
    the 275, 295 and 300 BPs were all with competition pauses

    Close Grip BP
    225 x 5, 245 x 3, 265 x 3, 135 x 5 (DE)

    Standing Military Presses
    Bar x 5, 65 x 5, 85 x 5, 105 x 5, 135 x 5, 155 x 4, 175 x3, 95 x 10 (extra wide grip), 95 x 10 (extra narrow grip)

    Dips
    BW x 10 x 3 sets (Not really pushing)

    Cardio - 8 mins of light plyo jumps on BB court - still hard to use the left arm to "thrust" or "swing" with..

    Decent Workout - 80 mins - about a 90-95% effort - Left Tricep is still feeling "tight".. compensating for the torn left bicep - also tried a light 30 lb DB to try and incline DB press, but that is still too uncomfortable - so I will stick with BBs for the next couple of workouts..

    but since this is only my 3rd "push" workout since the tear, I think the rehab is going OK.. just not sure how far to push it after 19 days.. Physical Therapist and doctor are not sure either.. we don't really have a good sports oriented Physical Therapist here, if the tightnesses are still there in 2 weeks or I'm not feeling any safer/comfortable in my efforts, I may go down to Boston to see who is more specialized..

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    Awesome read. GMs with 295!!! OMG I can't even squat that hehe. That's a strong back.

    It's awesome to see that you want to be an example to your grandkids and stay healthy! Keep it up!!!!

    BTW where do you roll?
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    good luck bearwolf lookin damn strong!
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    Quote Originally Posted by russianwol
    BTW where do you roll?
    Thanks Russian.. I roll with a Brazilian BJJ Blackbelt who teaches a small group in the basement of a Karate dojo.. 3 nites a week - MWF.. unfortunately, it is the same time as the strongman group I'm in too.. so it's been a battle spliting up the time.. so I've only been to 10 classes.. but, I do like it. of coarse, with the biceps tear, I'm not doing either right now..

    Stumprrp.. thanks man.. I'm hoping to catch up to you soon.. but I doubt it, since you've got awesome strength for someone who only has been lifting for a little more then a year.. share some of that progress will ya??

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    Tuesday, Oct. 24th
    rest

    Wed, Oct. 25th 7:00 AM
    Went for a 25 minute Farklet run/walk/sprint/hills with the dog..
    total distance about 1.9 miles
    Need to add a little bit more "cardio" - to loose a little weight for the holiday bulk season.. lol

    Hoping to do a leg workout this afternoon
    Last edited by Bob; 10-25-2006 at 10:31 AM.

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    IT'S ABOUT TIME!!!

    Looking forward to taking my time reading your entries! Gotta pretend like I'm working right now...
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    Thanks Sensei.. looking forward to your comments..

    Wednesday, Oct. 25th - 4:45 pm

    No belts, suits, or wraps with this workout..
    5 minute warmup.. jumping jacks, balance ball mobility, a few crunches and a few twists
    2 Warmup sets of banded leg curls - 10 reps per leg x 2 sets
    Warmup Set of Squats - Bar x10

    Overhead Squats - Bar x10, 95 x 5, 135 x 5

    Squats (all squats are ATF - each set with a regular stance - in between PL wide & OL narrow)
    185 x 5, 225 x 3, 275 x 3, 315 x 3, 365 x 2, 385 x2, 395 x 1, 400 x 1

    BB Calf Raises w/8th squats (continued theory from last leg workout) - 490 x 8
    >but I felt a kneecap pop, then pain on rep 6.. so I decided against doing anymore today.. don't need to push my luck at this point so close to competition..

    Squats (ATF - OL Stance) - 315 x 2, 225 x 2 - just making sure kneecap would "pop" back into place..

    Box Squats (12 inches - OL Stance) - 225 x 3, 245 x 3, 265 x 3, 285 x 3

    Box Squats (10 inches - Reg. stance - still don't have great form on these - so stayed light)
    135 x 5, 155 x 5, 175 x 5, 195 x 5

    Step Up Lunges (12 inches) - kneecap felt funny on the first set, so I dropped down
    195 x 4 per leg, 135 x 4 per leg x 2 sets

    3 heavy sets of banded leg curls - 5 reps per leg x 3 sets

    Overall Workout Notes:
    >>Overall good workout.. 8.5 out of 10.. except for the knee cap pop/pain.. decided that this "stressing the cns" perhaps should only be done every 3-4 workouts..
    >>I think I might have a 415 or 420 squat in me.. as "easy" as the 400 felt..
    >>Stayed Light w/ the OH Squats to Test stability of left arm - not sure what role the bicep plays in holding weight overhead like that - but it felt good - will probably go a little heavier next time..
    >>28 sets - 111 reps (not including warmup sets)
    >>90 minutes in the gym - took long rests between those heavy squat sets
    Last edited by Bob; 10-25-2006 at 06:40 PM.

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    ohhh! nice session squats are looking ace! I LOVE JUMPINGJACKS
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    Thanks GF.. just trying to keep ahead of you..
    Yep, I love JJ's too.. they just seem to warm the whole body up.. loosen the joints...

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    I have to say a big thanks for starting up a journal bear, I look forward to reading all of your insights!

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    That's one hell of a workout. Hope the knee was nothing serious.
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    Thanks Risks.. I hope I can deliver a few insights.. but I'm looking for some too!! lol.. I welcome your comments..

    Anthony.. sometimes I think it's too much too.. but my legs seem to respond well when I do this many sets once in a while.. I guess they enjoy getting hit on so many bases.. the next one will be lighter, faster and more dynamic.. but will probably have more reps. Let me know what you think as I progress though different types of leg workouts.. I value your opinion. And the knee is feeling ok today, I'm thinking it was a fluke.. keeping my fingers crossed. thanks

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    awesome squatting, just awesome!

    you've made some VERY solid progress over the years!!!
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    Man just looking at that leg workout makes me cringe.

    Killer session tho!
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    Thanks Vita.. I wouldn't say too solid over the years.. if I had stayed consistant with it, instead of taking a yr or 2 years off here and there.. I would be much further ahead.. it's one of those lessons I've learned.. consistancy is the key to long term health, strength, even wealth..

    ddegroff.. thanks.. yep, I don't recommend these type of workouts for most folks.. or too many for me.. but I respond well to them once in a while..

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    Thursday, Oct. 26th
    3:15 pm Cardio
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    20 minute - 1 mile walk with the dog..
    followed by PreWorkout Nitrean Shake (2 scoops - 48 grams Protein) w/5 grams ALN Creatine

    4:20 PM Gym Workout - Chest, Upper Back, Shoulders, Abs
    No belts, suits, or wraps with this workout..
    8 minute warmup.. incline crunches, twists and situps..
    Lat Pullover Machine-a-jiggy.. 2 sets

    Hanging Leg/Knee Raises x 8 x 4 sets
    SS w/ 1/8th Pullups x 5 reps x 4 sets

    Flat BP
    135x5, 185 x 5, 225 x 12

    Flat BP w/light 80# bands (DE - fast reps)
    135x 5, 155 x 5, 175 x 5, 195 x 5, 195 x 5
    Supersetted with Bent Over Row x/Cambered bar
    bar x 8, bar x 8, 95 x 8, 95 x 8, 95 x 8

    Flat BP w/ Feet up in the air and Super wide grip - concentrating on pecs
    195x10, 175 x 10, 155 x 10

    Standing MPs
    Bar x 8, 95 x 10, 115 x 12
    followed by Post Workout Nitrean Shake (2 scoops - 48 grams Protein)

    5:30 PM Cardio:
    40 yd uphill sprints x 6
    50 yd flat sprints x 2
    20 minute - 1 mile walk with the dog & kids..

    Overall Workout Notes:
    >>Overall decent workout.. 7 out of 10..
    >>I am sick of not doing any upperback exercise b/c of my torn biceps.. so I had to try that goofy Lat Pullover machine.. which didn't put any stress on the bicep, but they sucked.. so I had to try doing a pullup.. OOPS.. couldn't go past about 1/4 before I could feel the bicep start stretching/tearing/hurting.. so I kept the pullups to 1/8th, just to feel something in my lats after nothing for over 3 weeks..
    >>Then I did the light rowing SS with BPs.. they were OK, but I could feel the bicep engage at 95 lbs, so I didn't tempt it past there.. I don't think I'm going to tell the Physical Therapist & my doctor about this session.. they don't want me pulling for 3 more weeks.. aaagggghhh!!!!
    >>the 225 x 12 felt light.. it's been a while since I have done reps at that weight.. since I've been doing more 5/3/2/1 reps .. I think I could have got 20 reps if I tried, but was saving some for the DE BPs.. one of these days, I gotta do one of those sessions just for reps..
    >>24 sets - 199 reps (not including warmup sets)
    >>50 minutes in the gym
    >>I took off work early, so I thought I would take advantage of it.. hence the 2 light "cardio" sessions.. although those sprints were really tough uphill after yesterday's leg workout

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    keep it up bear!!
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