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ADARQ & LanceSTS - Q&A / Re: Bodybuilding
« on: July 18, 2012, 05:19:03 pm »
  If you start a journal and fill out the stats form, lots of members will help you getting started with a program.  We dont really make programs for people anymore but if you get the athletic history form filled out and start a journal ill be glad to give you some suggestions. 


 Mutumbo, this is our q and a, dont post in here unless its a question, and dont tell one of our members asking for help to go to another forum, especially a retarded one.

Bodybuilding forums are dysfunctional as hell.

I'll go update my journal tonight, so maybe tune in and see how that goes.

ADARQ & LanceSTS - Q&A / Bodybuilding
« on: July 18, 2012, 01:41:17 pm »
So, I am not allowed even the opportunity to tryout for track and Uni. Track was my life and what I lifted for. Now there is no point in me lifting other than looking good and being in shape. I've decided to try BB because it's the only thing I can see that I can even do athletically anymore. I'm not going to compete of course, just for looks and the fun of working out.

Problem is, I don't know any routines at all. Could one of you guys make me a routine?

Lifting stats are just fair for an average gym goer. My arms are scrawny as all get out. My Bf% is low too.

Old Journals / Re: Consistent Gains
« on: July 18, 2012, 01:36:33 pm »
Horrible news, I worked out but I don't even want to post it from how bad I feel

My dream of running track in college is over, as the team won't even have tryouts because they are 100% full and are cutting members. What kind of shit is this! They won't even let me tryout.

here is the messages from emails exactly:

There are no open tryouts whatsoever?

Unfortunately no we do not.
<---- the fact that this is a grammatically incorrect answer to my question pissed me off just because.

Not only that, but since I was seasonal/temporary at my job, they let me go. They let all the seasonal people go at the same time. They are honestly fucked because they are understaffed like a bitch but I don't care now. I wanted the seasonal job to last the end of this week and the next two weeks at least.

I'm ranting in order to relieve some of the rage I have built up inside.

I think I'm going to start a bodybuilding routine and lifting like that because I can't lift/run without track.

Old Journals / Re: Consistent Gains
« on: July 16, 2012, 11:38:14 am »
the point of my post was that saying "sprinters are massive athletes" and is idiotic. sprinters are not all massive athletes, the end.

the second guy is liu xiang, the 2004 olympic champion and most recently 2012 world champ and WR holder in the 110 hurdles.

that said, you already know you should be bulking, so you, harvey, and i all agree there.

Hurdles... Don't know anything about them at all.. Plus, hurdlers don't pull bitches like sprinters do. Am I right? JK

Old Journals / Re: Consistent Gains
« on: July 16, 2012, 11:35:05 am »
Poor choice of title eh? As I've been busy the last two weeks with college orientation and working 10 or more hour shifts. When I have had free time, I've either been called to a party or slept. So, it's all on me.

So now i'm guessing I'm out of shape and I'll have to see what happens comes tryouts :/

I'll update today with my workout.

Old Journals / Re: The Road to 200'
« on: July 02, 2012, 01:45:29 am »
I haven't read too much of your journal but I wanted to know if you did college track as a thrower?

I'm trying to walk on as a sprinter at a D1 school. Do you know how often the sprinters workout for track? I know you guys are probably separated, but I wanted to know if you knew anything about college track that might help me out.

Old Journals / Re: Last weeks numbers
« on: July 02, 2012, 01:41:15 am »
- 468 lbs x 5
- 424 x 8 x 3

- 254 lbs x 5 x 5
- 276 lbs x 3 x 1

- 162 lbs x 5 x 2

- 364 lbs x 3 x 3

Halting Deadlift:
- 320 lbs x 8

- 215 lbs x 2

- 259 lbs x 2

- 226 lbs x 1

Clean & Jerk:
- 298 lbs x 1

- 17 lbs x 6

What sort of monster are you?!?! that's goal weight! How long have you been lifting?

Old Journals / Re: Consistent Gains
« on: July 02, 2012, 01:15:11 am »
Looks like you could benefit from some filthily heavy back squats as well as a sickening bulk. That should improve your relative strength as well as get some more mass on you. You will notice that sprinters are massive athletes, you need to be heavier.

totally massive, bro

< he's 6'6

< idk who he is

<400m runners usually help to be light

Old Journals / Re: Consistent Gains
« on: July 02, 2012, 01:12:35 am »
i posted two olympic gold medalists and the first white guy to run under 10.0 in competition.

I still think my point about him getting heavier is valid.

no argument there. he seems to know it, too.

I honestly didn't want to say it but I do know that there are plenty of guys that weigh very little and are extremely fast.
400/200m runners can weigh 150lbs I.E. jeremy wariner and Karani James(very new)
200m/100m guys usually weigh 180lbs, tyson gay, asafa powell, and Marice greene

Many many sprinters are ectomorphs and they can weigh 150-185lbs. weighing 150lbs probably has no negative effects on my sprinting. But I want to gain weight for aesthetic purposes.

I've had a difficult time finding Usain bolt's weight

Anyway i want to get to 180 with good aesthetics :)

I want to gain enough weight so that this guy stops staring at me

and I want to look something like

I did a workout but I had forgotten my password so I didn't journal it, just a speed track workout

Today I did some dunks but I got my hamstring really really tight
I then ran 30m warmup and then 100m with great speed, but I did not want to pull something so I stopped
I ran a mile for the hell of it, really fast too un-timed probably breaking 5min easily First mile in years :)

I'm doing a arm workout now, and I'll post it when I finish

I've decided to Bulk. I know i'm no bodybuilder when I'm after strength and speed, but I need the weight. I've been eating potatoes and pasta with 3 scooped protein shake and any meat I can get my hands on.

Old Journals / Re: Consistent Gains
« on: June 27, 2012, 10:36:37 pm »
Got off work at 8, only had 2 hour's daylight to sprint at track

Fell asleep  :uhhhfacepalm: Tomorrow after doctors appointment and hopefully before work I'll sprint

Old Journals / Re: Consistent Gains
« on: June 27, 2012, 04:58:07 am »

military press with 4x8 pullups/chinups in-between and my forearm routine
bar x 15
100 5x5

DB incline bench 3x8 45lbs with 3x10 single armed row 55lbs

chest flys and reverse chest flys with 3x10 20lb dbs

wide grip bench 3x5 135 wide grip row on row bar thing with 70lb

curls on ez curl bar 2x10, then over head tricep with 20lbs 2x7, cable curl with 50lbs 2x10 and cable extensions with 2x10 @60

I wrote the stuff I did together in one group, I skipped abs because I was taking too long

Old Journals / Re: Consistent Gains
« on: June 27, 2012, 12:33:51 am »
You're pretty fast. What do your track workouts look like?

My 400m increased greatly from last year and I normally just do the following

30m starts warmup
3x60m sprints
2-3 x100m sprints
200m's depending on how I feel

I go 100% on these, takes about an hour. I never run more than 200m. I never would have realized my 400m would get so good that I might need to train it.

I ran 53's starting and as I did more meets it went down from running 400m and other events every meet.

Old Journals / Re: Consistent Gains
« on: June 26, 2012, 10:47:57 pm »
Looks like you could benefit from some filthily heavy back squats as well as a sickening bulk. That should improve your relative strength as well as get some more mass on you. You will notice that sprinters are massive athletes, you need to be heavier.

Many of the guys I compete against are sometimes bigger than me. It honestly depends on the event, normally I'm the tallest in the 100m/60m race and in the 200m/400m I fit in a little better. Even if I don't make walk-on tryouts for college, I'll continue running.

I'm trying to get the heavy squats on my plate as soon as possible. Deadlifts will probably be thrown into the mix soon too.

Anyway, after doing that in work I fell asleep right after i got home at 4pm. So I'm probably going to gym soon at 11:30 pm

Old Journals / Re: Consistent Gains
« on: June 25, 2012, 11:07:26 pm »
welcome. odd that you can do more pull ups than chin ups. most people are the other way around.

I worked on my weakness till it was a strength  :headbang:

Old Journals / Re: Consistent Gains
« on: June 25, 2012, 03:03:58 pm »
Today so far:

15x bar
2x3 135
1x1 185
5x5 145

Have to go to work and I'll lift at the gym later tonight.

got off work at 10:45

had some down time and got to gym at 12

it's 2:06am right now and I have a shift at 6:30am-3pm

pullups/chinups alternating: 11p,9c,8p,7c
reverse forearms between sets, 15lb db 4x10 immediately go 10lbs for 10 reps and then regular forearm curls for 20 with 15lbs

narrow grip bench
15x bar
3x8 125
I did some bar hang in-between these sets because my weak grip is holding me back quite a lot

narrow grip row
15x bar
3x8 125

ab routine, only one round today: I'm probably just going to say how many rounds I did

starts with V-ups for 20 or so on the mat(perfect form v-ups too :) ), then do side to side twists
leg raises on the ground and the crunches with legs in the air like leg raises

go to decline bench
grab 45lb bar and do max sit-ups

go to the cable machine and put 150 and do side pulls

finish it all the leg raise thing with 15lbs db held in feet, max up and down leg raises
max side to side leg raises
then drop db and hold legs out

I have a little rest in-between this stuff.. I can do 2 rounds some days

Static stretching that I have not done in a while, felt fucking fantastic

weight was 156.2 and I assume that it was my ipod and clothes so I'll give myself 155lbs

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