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Wendler's advice is generally top notch AFAICT, just skip the colorful bits if you don't find em funny BTW if you read some articles of Rip's over at T-Nation you'll see the style he uses over there and Wendler's aren't entire worlds apart, although Rip's still more detailed.
Does anyone here have knowledge/experience/criticism of this program? It's always good to see other people's opinions on things :la: Partially unrelated, I have eyed your BW while skimming the random crap thread and if you want to do cardio to accelerate fat loss, I would keep walking in mind. It's...
Wendler also says you should sort of lean back (I can't remember the exact words, but basically shift the weight towards the heels) after the bar leaves the ground, so I guess that could be it.
8/11 - C2W2D3 - BP W/U 20/24/28 W/S 34/38/42x4 D/S (DB) (12x2)x10x5 Assistance: Kroc Rows 25/40/30 I've been fiddling with all things sleep to try and improve quality. As a result I did sleep less than usual but also didn't feel as crappy during the day. Performance has yet to recover though. Pretty...
- Fri Aug 12, 2011 6:12 am
- Forum: Diet & Nutrition
- Topic: So low carb gets ripped apart?
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BTW it seems a feud has sprung between Guyenet and Taubes. Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hzoFgwFeMQ" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; Transcription: http://wholehealthsource.blogspot.com/2011/08/ancestral-health-symposium-drama.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false...
- Fri Aug 12, 2011 5:26 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Missing Reps in non-first Sets, Focus
- Replies: 24
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Maybe I can consider what to do in the morning to hep me be at my best potential for that time. This is by Rippetoe: Best Time to Train What is the best time to train? First and foremost, when you can! However, research on circadian rhythms (your body's internal clock) indicate that the summation o...
8/9 - C2W2D2 - DL Pre: Leg Curl+Hold on Ball W/U 30/40/50/60 W/S 70/80/90x5 D/S 50x10 Assistance: Good Mornings Another horrible work out, the quality of my sleep has been sucking royally as of lately. I started out late the session and had to cut it short, so little in the way of assistance. It did...
Add a little speculative investment into laundered junk stocks, basically gold-plated turds, and you end up with a giant CF. It boils down to greed and stupidity. Still, I had a glimpse of hope that S&P downgrading the US debt would be the proverbial last drop and Obama would order tanks and bomber...
I generally find that: too much intensity (sets and/or weight) while warming up hampers performance on the work sets. Different lifts have slightly different warm up requirements. It's all about striking a balance between moving enough poundage and not moving too much. In short, it's tricky. What se...
- Tue Aug 09, 2011 5:23 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Shoulders and Back during deadlift descent
- Replies: 12
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Tight hamstrings?KenDowns wrote:@mark: I begin descent by breaking only at the hips, but the bar only goes down an inch or two before I break the knees.
8/8 - C2W2D1 - Press W/U 14/18/22 W/S 24/28/32 x6 D/S 22x10x5 Assistance: Pull Down 40x10x5, Single Arm DB Press 1.5x10+4x10+6x10+8x10+10x10+12x6+14x3+15x1, Lat Raise 3x10, F/L Raise 3x10, Ext Rots+Int Rots 4 ramped up sets each, to failure on E/R. Even after the second espresso I was still feeling ...