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Leonard Webb
lrwebbjr

updated his Fit Post.

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Andy
andy5922

updated their Fit Post.

Feb 23, 2020

🌜晚餐🤗Dinner:🍝煮炒伊面🍝🦐🐥Zhu🐳ChowEeMian🍝🤗YuMmY🤗$4.00👍
2 minutes ago |
Robert
LifeExpectant

updated his Fit Post.

Feb 23, 2020

The Want of You Angelina Weld Grimké A hint of gold where the moon will be;  Through the flocking clouds just a star or two;  Leaf sounds, soft and wet and hushed,  And oh! the crying want of you Angelina Weld Grimké was born in ‪Boston, Massachusetts‬, in 1880. A journalist, playwright, teacher, author, and poet, she was one of the first African-American women to have one of her plays publicly performed, and was a prominent figure in the Harlem Renaissance. She died in New York City in 1958
3 minutes ago |
Brian G.
Briantg79

tracked the workout: Feb. 23, 2020 06:09AM

ENERGY LEVEL:
Pumped Up!
SELF RATING:
10/10
EXERCISES / SETS
4 / 13
EXERCISES
4
SETS
13
WORKOUT TIME
00:34
hr min
CARDIO TIME
00:00
hr min
WEIGHT LIFTED
18,805 Lbs.
ENERGY LEVEL:
Pumped Up!
SELF RATING:
7/10
EXERCISES / SETS
11 / 44
EXERCISES
11
SETS
44
WORKOUT TIME
02:52
hr min
CARDIO TIME
00:05
hr min
WEIGHT LIFTED
37,756.3 Lbs.
Erica B
ricka04

tracked the workout: SS8 - Week 1-2, Day 1

ENERGY LEVEL:
Pumped Up!
SELF RATING:
7/10
EXERCISES / SETS
13 / 32
EXERCISES
13
SETS
32
WORKOUT TIME
00:54
hr min
CARDIO TIME
00:00
hr min
WEIGHT LIFTED
11,245 Lbs.
ENERGY LEVEL:
Pumped Up!
SELF RATING:
5/10
EXERCISES / SETS
13 / 18
EXERCISES
13
SETS
18
WORKOUT TIME
01:56
hr min
CARDIO TIME
00:02
hr min
WEIGHT LIFTED
803.5 Lbs.
Steve Birrell @sbirrell70
MonsterMilt

tracked the workout: Feb. 23, 2020 05:58AM

ENERGY LEVEL:
Pumped Up!
SELF RATING:
7/10
EXERCISES / SETS
3 / 11
EXERCISES
3
SETS
11
WORKOUT TIME
00:38
hr min
CARDIO TIME
00:30
hr min
WEIGHT LIFTED
15,900 Lbs.
ENERGY LEVEL:
Pumped Up!
SELF RATING:
9/10
EXERCISES / SETS
9 / 31
EXERCISES
9
SETS
31
WORKOUT TIME
01:12
hr min
CARDIO TIME
00:00
hr min
WEIGHT LIFTED
36,539.4 Lbs.
Magnus Magnusson
Magnus8814

tracked the workout: Shoulders / Biceps

ENERGY LEVEL:
Pumped Up!
SELF RATING:
10/10
EXERCISES / SETS
8 / 23
EXERCISES
8
SETS
23
WORKOUT TIME
01:05
hr min
CARDIO TIME
00:00
hr min
WEIGHT LIFTED
18,335 Lbs.
Robert
LifeExpectant

updated his Fit Post.

Feb 23, 2020

Part 3. Sample Conditioning Week, Hoisting weights is obviously the driving force for building muscle. Regardless, well-planned conditioning is imperative to improve work capacity, improve athleticism, and keep you lean while you're bulking. Perform conditioning drills two or three times per week, but no more. Ensure your diet is on-point first. Then, if needed, drop a day of conditioning to preserve calories. Monday:  Upper Body Training Tuesday:  Sprint Work + Lower Body Training Wednesday:  Off or Jump Rope Thursday:  Upper Body Training Friday:  Total Body Training + Sled Work Saturday:  Off or complexes Sunday:  Off The hard-to-swallow fact is you still need some conditioning even if your goal is to gain mass. Hypertrophy training is no reason to get fat and out of-shape. If you do, it's a result of laziness and poor planning. Don't be that person.
22 minutes ago |
Robert
LifeExpectant

updated his Fit Post.

Feb 23, 2020

Part 2: 4 – Sled Pushes Some lifters are terrified of conditioning exercises overloading their recoverability and zapping their hypertrophy. Luckily, sled pushing doesn't involve eccentric stress, which is the stress incurred on the "negative" portion of resistance training exercises that's also the most damaging to muscle. That's why the volume accumulated with sleds won't hinder recovery to the same extent as traditional training methods. Once the force applied to the sled exceeds that needed to overcome friction, all muscular actions are concentric based. As a result, you train with a higher volume to increase protein synthesis for muscle building while conditioning your body and trying to prevent Prowler flu. Take ten minutes at the end of your workout and spend some time on sled pushes. Keep your arms locked out, abs engaged, and body at a consistent 45-60 degree angle while punching the knees up and fully extending the hip with each step.
25 minutes ago |
Robert
LifeExpectant

updated his Fit Post.

Feb 23, 2020

Excerpt from T Nation, re Sled part 1. Here's what you need to know... 1. Lifters often avoid conditioning work, but including it will increase athleticism while preventing fat gain. Even hardgainers need to do it. 2. Sprinting before lifting is ideal for improving performance in athletes and potentiating the nervous system for heavy lifts and explosive training. 3. Complexes use major movement patterns in succession to challenge the cardiovascular system and muscles under fatigue. 4. Jumping rope is a low impact exercise to preserve muscle mass while improving footwork and conditioning. 5. Sleds provide additional training volume without undue eccentric stress, thus preserving recoverability.
26 minutes ago |