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Posted On:10/20/2008 3:48pm
Lebell you are such a meany...
Sometimes you lose and sometimes the other guy wins.
At this point I don't owe anybody an explenation.
Schools I trained at:
Lotus Club Cetepe Liberdade Sao Paulo
Renzo Gracie NYC
New York Combat Sambo
Portrait of a BJJer as a Young Man
Posted On:10/20/2008 3:53pm
Originally Posted by maxattck
Razamataz when you do the 5x5, does the weight stay constant?
I have two different ways of increasing weight. The simple one: I use the same weight. When I can do all 5 reps in all 5 sets I incerase the weight. I use that for exercises where the incerases are bigger, like weighted pullups and dips. For exercises that I can make smaller incerases and that hit more, bigger muscles (I put weight on easy, which is something I try and avoid) like squats and deadlifts, I increase the weight with every set. So for the first set I might use 200lbs, then 205 for the 2nd, 210 for the 3rd, ect. But then the next workout I would start at 205, then do 210 and the last set would be 5lbs heavier than the last set of the precious workout.
Posted On:10/20/2008 4:01pm
Style: Kung fu/BJJ
hmmmmm I have been pyramiding 1 set at 185 x10, 205x7, 225x5 for squats, I dont like to go much heavery anymore (40yrs old atm) same for deadlifts. I think I'll try the 5x5 the progression is alot smother, may = less recovery time.
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Posted On:10/20/2008 4:08pm
Troll 4 life.
Posted On:10/20/2008 4:23pm
Just waiting for the paperboy.
Posted On:10/20/2008 5:39pm
Originally Posted by f4n4n
Lebell you are such a meany...
no im a dr phil, im telling it like it is.
i do realise not everyone can have the same european sexyness as i have.
sometimes i stand in front of my mirror...and the next thing i know ive taken my shirt off....im slowly pulling my boxers down and tease myself: do you like what you see?
you want this?
and then it gets really awkward....im just glad im not living with my mumz anymore.
Posted On:10/20/2008 6:06pm
Style: On Hiatus
Originally Posted by Marc Spector
I apologize for that.
As well you should... sucka.
and humble, too!
Posted On:10/21/2008 9:07pm
Style: Systema, BJJ, Arrestling
First and foremost, going to a strip club can be an excellent investment vs. dating if you got proper game, proper GOON game. (Pick one of the less-attractive girls, buy a few dances from her, converse politely but maintain a professional distance. Your odds when you do that are about 40% which ain't fuckin bad.)
Kettlebells, like most things in life, tend to improve when you purchase items which were designed with due regard to quality as opposted to price point. Wal-Mart is good for tube socks, some home electronics and not much else.
You can grab a good KB off ebay for cheap. Try to get the dragondoor brand as they are the best IMO. At 217 lbs you need a 45 pounder. That 35 pounds **** is for old men or people with a serious conditioning problem. (By the way, shame on you Plissken.)
It is worth your while to buy Pavel Tsatsouline's books. If you're a ****, bittorrent. The Dragondoor.com forum is full of great advice, often from Pavel himself.
Other than that, swings ************. If you can't afford a proper KB, use a sandbag like the Marines. That fucking sand had better be wet though. Only homos swing sandbags full of dry sand.
Consider pullups. Get a 15$ bar and use it. A lot.
You eat like ****, don't you? Knock it the **** off.
Originally Posted by Cullion
You sound like a foaming-at-the-mouth-loon out of Dr. Strangelove.
Sometimes, we put Ricin in the Cocaine. :ninja7:
Posted On:10/21/2008 9:44pm
Thank you GOON, I will go from tuna every once in a while while fucking around with snickers to full dietary nazification with spinach, acai supplements, water only, and chicken or fish as meats.
Posted On:10/21/2008 11:34pm
Don't bother with diets you can't stick too, and get the diet down first before you start laying down all kinds of money for supplement.
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