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Mosbonian
11-26-2004, 08:45 PM
And I am sore as hell!!!!!!!

But i've dropped another 7 lbs....right now my body fat is 19% and my BMI is 25.4.....

I know for a workout freak like you that may not sound good, but for me where I was 4 months ago it is pretty damn good.

Just wanted to thank you.....

mmaddog
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Braincase
11-26-2004, 08:59 PM
BD shits protein, and pisses testosterone. HE's the guy that goes up to the PETA protestors and makes the sheep fear the wolf. He makes Brasky look like a wannabe. That sonuvabitch.

Mosbonian
11-26-2004, 09:34 PM
BD shits protein, and pisses testosterone. HE's the guy that goes up to the PETA protestors and makes the sheep fear the wolf. He makes Brasky look like a wannabe. That sonuvabitch.


ROFL

Count Zarth
11-26-2004, 09:41 PM
And I am sore as hell!!!!!!!

But i've dropped another 7 lbs....right now my body fat is 19% and my BMI is 25.4.....

I know for a workout freak like you that may not sound good, but for me where I was 4 months ago it is pretty damn good.

Just wanted to thank you.....

mmaddog
*******

Hmmm...can we get a thread bump?

chris
11-26-2004, 09:47 PM
And I am sore as hell!!!!!!!

But i've dropped another 7 lbs....right now my body fat is 19% and my BMI is 25.4.....

I know for a workout freak like you that may not sound good, but for me where I was 4 months ago it is pretty damn good.

Just wanted to thank you.....

mmaddog
*******


WOW!

Please share the regiment with the rest of us.

thanks

Demonpenz
11-27-2004, 01:37 AM
all he has to do to workout is walk his dog. That mf is strong

Calcountry
11-27-2004, 09:43 AM
BD shits protein, and pisses testosterone. HE's the guy that goes up to the PETA protestors and makes the sheep fear the wolf. He makes Brasky look like a wannabe. That sonuvabitch.
He's an awesome cook too. ;)

Calcountry
11-27-2004, 09:44 AM
all he has to do to workout is walk his dog. That mf is strong
Walk?, that dog has to be run, lmao.

Mosbonian
11-27-2004, 05:08 PM
WOW!

Please share the regiment with the rest of us.

thanks

Give me a few minutes and I'll dig out the thread and link it for you...

mmaddog
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RedNFeisty
11-27-2004, 05:13 PM
Congrats you stud!! :thumb:

ck_IN
11-27-2004, 05:48 PM
yes please share this routine.

Mosbonian
11-27-2004, 08:53 PM
Here's the link.....

http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=104491&page=9&pp=15

Halfway down the page...post #130

mmaddog
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chris
11-27-2004, 09:29 PM
Here's the link.....

http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=104491&page=9&pp=15

Halfway down the page...post #130

mmaddog
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thanks!!

BIG_DADDY
11-29-2004, 01:46 PM
You will get great results with that routine. It will take 3 weeks for your body to get itself semi-used to being worked like that. Within 90 days everyone will start making comments probably earlier with you already losing weight. Keep it up and let me know if you have any questions.

HC_Chief
11-29-2004, 01:52 PM
I can't believe you don't do declined bench presses, BD! I like your regimen, but would replace the inclines w/ declines for my workout ;)

Of course, I was born with naturally well-defined upper pecs... :p
(also helps to have been a competitive swimmer)

BIG_DADDY
11-29-2004, 02:08 PM
I can't believe you don't do declined bench presses, BD! I like your regimen, but would replace the inclines w/ declines for my workout ;)

Of course, I was born with naturally well-defined upper pecs... :p
(also helps to have been a competitive swimmer)

It's a solid program for someone wanting good results. You can switch your decline for incline every other week if you like changing it up like that. One of the reasons I don't do much decline unless it's on the hammer strength is because I already use the 110 pound dumbbells for flat bench so that puts me on at least the 120s on decline and frankly it's a pain in the ass to get those bad boys up there. I do weighted bar dips sometimes leaned over or hammer strength to hit decline.

HC_Chief
11-29-2004, 02:13 PM
110s?! :eek:

Damn man, you're pumping the heavy stuff.

Think I'll stick w/ the girly 60s ;)

jAZ
11-29-2004, 02:36 PM
Workout #1 Legs (6-12 reps)

6 Sets Full Squats (2 warmup 10 reps 4 heavy 5-8 reps)
4 Sets Hack Squats. (Heavy 5-8 reps)
3 sets Leg Extensions (Around 8 reps)
3 Sets Leg Curls. (Around 8 reps)
4 Sets Calves. (20 reps.)


Workout #2 Back and Biís (5-10 reps.)

3 Sets Pulldowns. (Warmups 10 Reps)
5 Sets Wide Rows.( On t-bar if possible)
5 Sets Deep Rows (You can superset these with wide rows)
3 Sets Dumbbell Rows
4 Sets Shoulder Shrugs (20 Reps.)
4 Sets Alternate Dumbell Curls.
4 Sets Straight Bar Curls.


Workout #3 Chest & Triís (5-10 reps.)

6 Sets Dumbell Bench Press. ( Warmup 2 sets 10 reps then heavy 5-6 reps)
4 Sets Incline Dumbell Bench Press. ( Heavy 5-8 reps.)
5 Sets Close Grip Bench Press. ( Heavy 5-6 reps.)
5 Sets Skull Crushers (Around 8 reps)
2 sets kick backs
Gawd Damn that's a long workout!

I do the Y's 10 station fitlinxx 20 minutes circuit dealio and the 20-30 minute eliptical trainer 3x a week.

That plus the South Beach diet have helped me drop 20 pounds in just under 2 months (even with a few cheating weekends).

I'm impressed that you guys spend that much time working out.

BIG_DADDY
11-29-2004, 02:42 PM
Gawd Damn that's a long workout!

I do the Y's 10 station fitlinxx 20 minutes circuit dealio and the 20-30 minute eliptical trainer 3x a week.

That plus the South Beach diet have helped me drop 20 pounds in just under 2 months (even with a few cheating weekends).

I'm impressed that you guys spend that much time working out.

It's 3 routines. The first two take about 90 minutes each and the third takes an hour. Hell I usually spend 3 additional hours a week running the dog to get my cardio. THis last weekend I ran him for 90 minutes straight and I was on a bike. Freakin little bastage wasn't even tired.