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    GyzzBrah

    Actually going gym etc pt.2

    Done a few workouts since last post just didnt write. Exams over back in auckland for 2 weeks. My diet back in dunedin has improved substantially since I cook my own food. By diet I mean getting decent calories, and protein, and staying away from crap food. Nothing rigid. Also eating more consistently. I eat atleast 250g - 300g of meat daily (lean mince or quality sausages, touching raw chicken is gross). Right now my family is defacto vegetarian so will try use whatever is in the pantry for protein for breakfast and lunch. Ultimately its just two weeks though and im not training for any specific goal or comp in mind so whatever. Yesterday did shoulders and tricep. Bit tired still so didnt spend much time or effort on accessories. Overhead press was: 45 x 5 45 x 4 42.5 x 5 Today was deadlifts. 130 for 3 x 3 Straight leg sumo with slow control and stretching glutes 80kg 3 x 8 Pullups 3 x 5 Leg curls 4 x 8 Dumbell shrugs 3 x 8
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    Bruizer

    Anyone know about Army/NZDF training?

    Yea dude exactly. I had a bullshit conviction 19months ago they have told me to wait 6more months then things will progress. 🤙 Will give me time to get my shit together and get back upto standard because let's face it 32 years old gunna be a challenge. I made my mind up a few years ago that i would join, not going to let that stand in my way and I think they can see that. I've always felt somthing missing with every job I've had even now I'm running my own bussiness. Gotta scratch that itch
  3. 1 point
    Old Bull

    Beaten Paths are For Beaten Men

    Monday 18th June(перестраивать) RebuildMicro-cycle 2 Week 5 Day 21Squats: 44 Centurion 60kgs 3рХ1п100kgs 3рХ1п140kgs 3рХ1п 160kgs 3рХ1п 160kgs 3рХ1п 180kgs 3рХ1п 200kgs 3рХ1п 200kgs 3рХ1п Total: 24 Lifts Press: Bench Press OverLoad XL 40kgs 3рХ1п60kgs 3рХ1п 70kgs 3рХ1п 80kgs 3рХ1п 90kgs 3рХ1п 100kgs 3рХ1п 105kgs 3рХ1п 100kgs 3рХ1п Total: 27 Lifts Pull: Sumo C 44 70kgs 3рХ1п90kgs 3рХ1п110kgs 3рХ1п 130kgs 3рХ1п 150kgs 3рХ1п 170kgs 3рХ1п 170kgs 3рХ1п Total: 28 LiftsAll Lifts 72Notes: Squat: Primary Day C44, 5th week back. Tried a slightly narrower foot position, felt a lot better and for some reason stronger in and out of the hole. Just got a bit to narrow on the last top set. ROM seemed a lot better but after looking at the vid I was high. Press: Comp Bench Overload XL. After a few weeks of attempting to triple 110kgs I lowered it to 105 and got 3 good reps out. Did a drop to 100 this felt better and a little boost to the bench. Pull: Changed my foot position here too, toes slightly in, felt this in the Quads first time for a long time. Work sets first with toes normal second toes in, the 2nd set felt more solid and not as much work to complete the pull. Notes: Micro-cycle 2 Week 5, a good technical session to strat the week off. Quote for the Month: "Falling down is how we grow. Lying down is how we die." - Brian Vaszily OB1
  4. 1 point
    Pseudonym

    My DNP Cycle Log

    True. I was just reading this topic and thinking, "I hope this guy posts pics..." @Csruk - can we encourage you to share some progress photos? Did you get any before you started?
  5. 1 point
    Realtalk

    Tren High BP

    Just use less Tren... lol
  6. 1 point
    Daz69

    TRT in Oamaru

    Never admit to exogenous hormone use..!!!
  7. 1 point
    Daz69

    Tren High BP

    Unfortunately bodybuilding is not a healthy sport, expect hypertension, and other deleterious cardiovascular issues the longer you run AAS, and the more cycles you do the worse it can get.. (as you increase skeletal muscle mass)... And myocardium becomes thicker and less flexible... (that's why old school bodybuilders employed time off, to give the body especially the heart time to return to normal).... Blast and cruise is particularly harmful to the heart... Systolic of 180 is high, but diastolic (the lower figure) is well within range and is a greater concern than elevated systolic, as it is the pressure of the heart at rest.. Yours is fine... Don't worry too much....!!! A trick to drop systolic is, breath very deeply (full lungs) fully exhale several times, holding your breath for a brief period before exhaling, this will crash your systolic...!!!!
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    Bruizer

    Anyone know about Army/NZDF training?

    This has gone dead again? I've since re applied
  9. 1 point
    PETN

    New Here

    You met Chrystal yet?
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