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    k.o.d
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    Hitsuraptor's Monthly Journal

    getting into my 3rd month
    but like a fool i forget to take any measurements when i started
    anyways at the end of the 2nd month
    Bicep -=- 14" (both)
    Tricep (Not sure If i measured this right) -=- Right = 13" and Left = 131/2" with about 1/2" of fat
    Waist -=- 40"
    Stomach -=- 44" (with much fat )
    Thigh -=- 24"1/2" with about 4" fat
    Calves-=- Right = 17 1/2" Left = 18"
    Forearm -=- Right = 11 3/4" Left = 11 1/2"
    Height 5'6 (i think, im 170cm so yea whaetva that works out to )
    Weight 100kg (220lbs ?) Dropped 10kg (22lbs) since I started (no cardio)

    Max's based off estimation formula thingy
    Flat Bench - 59kg
    Incline Bench - 48kg
    Barbell Bicep Curl - 36kg
    I do deadlifts and squats to but im still working on technique for those
    Single Leg Calf Raise - 303lbs (Not including body weight)

    Anyways back in a month
    Last edited by Hitsuraptor; 07-04-2002 at 08:43 AM.

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    r these mesurements when the muscles are relax, or u stif them up while taking measurments?

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    I'm just curious: How can you measure your biceps and triceps separately?
    All weights in kilograms in my posts. 1 kg = 2,2 lbs

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    i agree with sebi too.

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    Back again :o
    measurements pretty much the same
    dropped 2kg though
    so bodyweight's 98kg now
    Dumbell pressing 55lbs for 8
    Squating 40kg + olympic bar (could go higher but im a bit worried about my technique, might ask one of the guys at the gym to see what he thinks)
    Deadlifts (110lbs REALLY BAD TECHNIQUE I SUCK AT DEADLIFTS , I think it's cause im not holding the bar high enough, keep hitting my knees on the way down and i know its got nothing to do with strength cause my BB row is almost the same)
    Barbell Bent Over Row - 90lbs
    Incline Dumbell Bicep Curl (35lbs - After back exercises and not much of an incline, more like seated to stop me cheating with my back )

    I think I might be overtraining my biceps though :/
    cause my Back & Bi day consists of
    Deadlifts (2 Work sets)
    Lat-Pulldown (2 Work sets)
    Bent-Over Row (2 Work sets)
    Incline Dumbell Bicep Curl (2 Work sets)
    Hammer Curls (2 Work sets)

    Maybe I should drop the hammer curls?


    And I see what you mean about the measuring bicep seperately from tricep, I spose the correct term would be Arm size or something

    Oh yea the measurements were flexed and I got one other question. Is bone size a measure of potential? Cause im around 5'7 and have a 7"inch wrist and a 12" ankle. Is that good?
    Last edited by Hitsuraptor; 04-23-2002 at 07:08 AM.

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    k.o.d
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    end of april
    measurements same, cept bicep's now 14 1/2"
    weight dropped to 96kg
    Db pressing 65lbs for 5
    Squating 90kg (inlc. bar) for 8
    Deadlifts 75kg (inlc. bar) for 8 (special thanks to the guys who helped me in the training forum )
    Bb Row 65kg (inlc. bar) for 5
    Seated Db Curl - 40lbs for 4

    still aiming for those 85lb Db by midyear
    and 105lb Db by end of year
    hopefully the Db increments wont be to much of a problem
    from now on Db's go 65,75,85,95,105, no more 5lb increments
    Last edited by Hitsuraptor; 05-01-2002 at 05:27 AM.

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    k.o.d
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    Not bothering to take measurements this month
    had a shocking amount of workouts
    only 4 workouts the whole month
    had soccer the first 3 weeks then i was sick the last week
    but back to normal now so im gonna hit it hard for the next month
    and go on from there

    One good thing was that I got my first triple digit lift
    100kg squat for 5
    now to get the deadlift to triple digits

    <no measurements this month>
    Last edited by Hitsuraptor; 06-06-2002 at 06:12 AM.

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