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Old 03-22-2013, 05:13 PM   #201
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Worked out in hotel.

Chest

bench press machine
5 x 6 170lbs


Incline DB press
4 x 10 50lbs


flies machine
5 x 10 80lbs

cable presses
5 x 10 45lbs (each side)

Abs

Leg-ups

5 x 20

Swimming:
20 labs in 50 meter pool.
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Old 03-22-2013, 05:49 PM   #202
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wtf is a machine bench press? like a chest press?
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Old 03-22-2013, 06:04 PM   #203
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Old 03-22-2013, 09:30 PM   #204
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In 1:20 min. Tired but got through it.

Back

Deadlifts
1 x 10 135lbs
1 x 8 225lbs
1 x 5 275lbs
1 x 5 275lbs
1 x 5 275lbs
1 x 8 225lbs

pull-ups
1 x 10 with 30lbs
1 x 8 with 30 lbs
1 x 8 with 30 lbs
1 x 8 with 30 lbs (negatives only)

T-bar rows
1 x 6 100lbs
1 x 6 100lbs
1 x 6 110lbs
Stupid me I thought I put 110lbs, wondered why it felt easy

Wide bar rows
1 x 8 105lbs
1 x 8 105lbs
1 x 8 105lbs

Tri pulldowns superset (renamed from 21 as reps count changed)

Wide grip:
1 x 5 150lbs
1 x 5 150lbs
1 x 5 150lbs

Close grip palms in
1 x 5 150lbs
1 x 5 150lbs
1 x 5 150lbs

Close grip palms out
1 x 5 150lbs
1 x 5 150lbs
1 x 5 150lbs
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Old 03-23-2013, 05:06 PM   #205
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Superset Tris and Bis. In 70 min including warm-up:

Close Grip Bench Press:
4 Sets 6 Reps 125lbs

Cable Tricep Pushdowns:
3 Sets 10 70lbs

Dips body weight
4 Set 15

Cable reversed pushdowns:
4 Sets 8 110lbs


Standing cable Curl:
3 Sets 8 120lbs

Dragon Curl:
4 Sets 10 80lbs

Seated incline DB Hammer Curl:
4 Sets 8 40lbs

Standing reversed EZ cable curl:
4 sets x 8 100lbs
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Old 03-23-2013, 07:00 PM   #206
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Pics of da pump?

Take your shirt and pants off, get comfortable.
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Old 03-23-2013, 07:16 PM   #207
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Zoo did you ever play organized sports? I was playing hockey and a teammate handed me a water bottle with his dirty glove then spit on the ice and was reminded of your glove discussion lol.
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Old 03-23-2013, 07:41 PM   #208
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Zoo did you ever play organized sports? I was playing hockey and a teammate handed me a water bottle with his dirty glove then spit on the ice and was reminded of your glove discussion lol.
IF he did, I don't know how he ever survived. By golly those germs!

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Old 03-23-2013, 09:07 PM   #209
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yes, taught Taekwondo at PSU when I was in school.

I play soccer, volleyball, tennis, and mountain bike. All of these sports put me at a great exposure to germs. lol you guys took my argument literally.

I hope you did not get in contact with your teammate's spit, as you could get HPV or HSV from that. Speaking of germs, I just ordered this for lifting and mountain biking as my current one is completely torn. I have their driving glove for the M3 and their products are good.

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Zoo did you ever play organized sports? I was playing hockey and a teammate handed me a water bottle with his dirty glove then spit on the ice and was reminded of your glove discussion lol.

Will take one soon and post. I usually like to take my pics on my rest day so it's as real as it can be.
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Old 03-23-2013, 09:08 PM   #210
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I survived because ballers always do. I killed all of them germs. Resistance is futile.

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IF he did, I don't know how he ever survived. By golly those germs!
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Old 03-25-2013, 11:09 PM   #211
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Shoulders

Standing Military press
1 x 20 45lbs
1 x 5 115lbs
1 x 5 115lbs
1 x 5 115lbs

Standing behind head presses
1 x 5 105lbs
1 x 6 95lbs
1 x 6 95lbs

DB seated shoulder presses (weight per side)
1 x 8 45lbs
1 x 8 45lbs
1 x 8 45lbs

cable rear delts on medicine ball
1 x 10 30lbs
1 x 10 35lbs
1 x 10 35lbs

DB side delts with palms in
1 x 8 20lbs
1 x 8 20lbs
1 x 8 20lbs

DB rear delts incline bench
1 x 10 20lbs
1 x 10 20lbs
1 x 10 20lbs

middle delts machine
1 x 8 80lbs
1 x 8 80lbs
1 x 8 80lbs
1 x 7 60lbs
1 x 7 60lbs
1 x 7 60lbs

Abs
leg raises
2 x 10

Leg-ups
2 x 20

Side plate twists
2 x 10 45lbs
1 x 10 35lbs
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Old 03-26-2013, 12:53 AM   #212
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yes, taught Taekwondo at PSU when I was in school.
You bag on Capoeira, but admit that you're a TKD dude? I laughed! I enjoy sparring with TKD guys and love when TKD practitioners come to class (..so many vulnerabilities to exploit). We've opened many eyes and sat many on their asses.

[Disclaimer: I'm joking...kinda....relax! ]

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Old 03-26-2013, 09:08 AM   #213
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I was joking, you have a sensitive side.

Any sparring is all about the individual. I have seen a drunk guy from a bar beat the crap out of a third degree black belt in Jung Sim Do.

Would love to spar with you one day even though I'm out of the game. I used to participate in different martial arts tournaments in PA, Capoeira and Kung Fu guys were most amusing to watch. I only liked full-contact sparring, non of the other fancy stuff (forms, demos, etc...).

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You bag on Capoeira, but admit that you're a TKD dude? I laughed! I enjoy sparring with TKD guys and love when TKD practitioners come to class (..so many vulnerabilities to exploit). We've opened many eyes and sat many on their asses.

[Disclaimer: I'm joking...kinda....relax! ]
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Old 03-26-2013, 12:19 PM   #214
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I was joking, you have a sensitive side.

Any sparring is all about the individual. I have seen a drunk guy from a bar beat the crap out of a third degree black belt in Jung Sim Do.

Would love to spar with you one day even though I'm out of the game. I used to participate in different martial arts tournaments in PA, Capoeira and Kung Fu guys were most amusing to watch. I only liked full-contact sparring, non of the other fancy stuff (forms, demos, etc...).
You must have missed (..or chose to ignore) my disclaimer. I wouldn't have expected any less from you.

All poking aside....


...I don't generally give much credence to most black belts unless they are BJJ black belts. That's not to suggest that I don't respect and appreciate the time invested or the work done, but "everybody" is a black belt in something (...Karate, TKD, etc.) and most fail to impress. Many tout around their black belt status as if to suggest that they are some sort of badass. I've even found myself asking, "How the hell did this person get a black belt?" I will say this, TKD black belts that have come to our/my academy have really impressed me with regards to their flexibility/control/balance. Raw fight craft is another story however! Sometimes all of that flexibility (..and the tendency to kick high) really works against them because my art is extremely takedown heavy.

Anyway, back on subject.....

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Old 03-26-2013, 03:01 PM   #215
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We both know we're joking. But it seems like my original joke about Capoiera rubbed you the wrong way lol

I agree with you about belts parts. But in TKD one needs a black belt with a certificate from Korea to be able to teach and participate in national tournaments. Even in TKD like you said there are many vulnerabilities to exploit. But a balanced fighter with speed, power, and flexibility will make all the difference. I have fought my share number of Kung Fu and Capoiera guys, staying close and counter attacking with low and vertical kicks (back and axe kicks) used to halt most of their offences.

For sheer fighting raw skills, nothing beats skills learned from street fights. Closest to that is MMA. I consider TKD, Capoeira, and all martial marts as sports, something fun to do to stay fit and healthy. I don't view them as a good way to win a real fight. I wish I have more time to get back into sparring. Bad part is that most academies I visited in Boston are all about making money, they don't really care about teaching any skills or values. Not sure how it's in your part of the US.

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You must have missed (..or chose to ignore) my disclaimer. I wouldn't have expected any less from you.

All poking aside....


...I don't generally give much credence to most black belts unless they are BJJ black belts. That's not to suggest that I don't respect and appreciate the time invested or the work done, but "everybody" is a black belt in something (...Karate, TKD, etc.) and most fail to impress. Many tout around their black belt status as if to suggest that they are some sort of badass. I've even found myself asking, "How the hell did this person get a black belt?" I will say this, TKD black belts that have come to our/my academy have really impressed me with regards to their flexibility/control/balance. Raw fight craft is another story however! Sometimes all of that flexibility (..and the tendency to kick high) really works against them because my art is extremely takedown heavy.

Anyway, back on subject.....

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Old 03-26-2013, 04:58 PM   #216
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For sheer fighting raw skills, nothing beats skills learned from street fights. Closest to that is MMA. I consider TKD, Capoeira, and all martial arts as sports, something fun to do to stay fit and healthy. I don't view them as a good way to win a real fight. I wish I have more time to get back into sparring. Bad part is that most academies I visited in Boston are all about making money, they don't really care about teaching any skills or values. Not sure how it's in your part of the US.

I'll segue off of that. I think that becoming comfortable with being hit makes all of the difference. If a person has never been hit (...or is afraid of being hit), they will be shocked to all hell the moment that somebody lands a blow. It's what we call pressure testing.

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Old 03-27-2013, 01:55 PM   #217
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Agree 100%. It's not how hard you can hit, it's how hard you can get hit.

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I'll segue off of that. I think that becoming comfortable with being hit makes all of the difference. If a person has never been hit (...or is afraid of being hit), they will be shocked to all hell the moment that somebody lands a blow. It's what we call pressure testing.
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Old 03-27-2013, 01:56 PM   #218
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I have been sick for 3 days. I feel like $hit. I hope I'll be able to do legs day on Fri but I doubt it, have no power whatsoever.
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Old 04-01-2013, 04:10 PM   #219
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8th day sick, screw this, I got ready, started warming up for front squats, I realized how weak I felt, stopped working out. This is making me mad.
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Old 04-01-2013, 04:18 PM   #220
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