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Old 04-02-2012, 09:43 PM   #171
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Cutting or bulking shouldn't really affect your training. If you try it and you're not recovering, then eat more. The extra training will burn the extra calories.
Hm, good point! I never thought of it like that.

Btw, I totally forgot about your strongman comp and didn't see that you had done a write up a few weeks ago until just a few minutes ago. Haven't watched your vid yet but congrats on 1st! Awesome!
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Old 04-03-2012, 03:49 PM   #172
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Hm, good point! I never thought of it like that.

Btw, I totally forgot about your strongman comp and didn't see that you had done a write up a few weeks ago until just a few minutes ago. Haven't watched your vid yet but congrats on 1st! Awesome!
Thanks!
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Old 04-15-2012, 09:19 PM   #173
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Read a study that found that within 12 hours of eating raw fertile eggs myostatin was reduced by 47% and stayed low for 24 hours. Just another reason to eat more raw eggs That could make a huge difference if you eat raw eggs every day.
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Old 10-06-2012, 08:07 AM   #174
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John Christy two day a week routine

Day one
1. Crunch 1 x 5-20
2. Squat 2-5 x 5-15
3. Stiff-legged deadlift or back extension 1 x 10-15
4. Bench press 2-5 x 5-15
5. Pulldown, Chin, or Row 2-5 x 5-15
6. Calf raises 1 x 5-20
7. Static grip 1 x 60-90 seconds

Day two
1. Sidebend 1 x 5-15
2. Deadlift 2-5 x 5-15
3. Military press 2-5 x 5-15
4. Barbell curl 2-5 x 5-15
5. Close-grip bench press 1-3 x 5-15
6. Wrist curl 1 x 15-20
7. Reverse wrist curl 1 x 15-20
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Old 10-06-2012, 09:47 AM   #175
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Read a study that found that within 12 hours of eating raw fertile eggs myostatin was reduced by 47% and stayed low for 24 hours. Just another reason to eat more raw eggs That could make a huge difference if you eat raw eggs every day.
link to study?
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Old 10-06-2012, 09:54 AM   #176
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Coan Squat Meet Prep

MEET CYCLE PROGRAM

WEEK
WORK SETS(Sets/Reps)
EQUIPMENT TO BE USED
1
1x5
Belt, Suit Straps Down & Loose Knee Wraps
2
1x5
Belt, Suit Straps Down & Loose Knee Wraps
3
1x5
Belt, Suit Straps Down & Loose Knee Wraps
4
1x5
Belt, Suit Straps Down & Loose Knee Wraps
5
1x3
Belt, Suit Straps Down & Loose Knee Wraps
6
1x3
Belt, Suit Straps Up & Medium Knee Wraps
7
1x2
Belt, Suit Straps Up & Tight Knee Wraps
8
1x2
Belt, Suit Straps Up & Meet Tight Knee Wraps
9
1x1(Do heavy Walkout with @70lbs more than this single after Squats, hold for 5 sec)
Belt, Suit Straps Up & Meet Tight Knee Wraps
10
MEET WEEK(2x5 Easy Squats @50-60% of Max for Meet)
Belt
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Old 10-06-2012, 09:56 AM   #177
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Kirk Karwoski Squat Routine

Offseason Squat:
Squat:Work up to one set of 8-10 reps with no equipment, emphasize depth.
Leg Curl: 3x10

Contest Squat:
Squat
Week 1-4:Top set of 5 in a belt.
Week 5-10:Top set of five in a belt, knee wraps, and a loose suit.
Week 11-14:Top set of three in competition gear.
Week 15-16:Top set of two competition gear.


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Old 10-06-2012, 10:10 AM   #178
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Here is some info on Reg Park's diet, not Animalbolics,CBL,Warrior Diet,Leangains,whatever it is this month, but still effective

A Sample Daily Menu:

Breakfast: A glass of fresh orange juiceFruit: paw-paw (papaya) & banana,
Cooked Oatmeal (large soup plate full) with full cream/whole milk & fresh cream
A plate of bacon, eggs, tomato and toast
A couple of cups of tea

Lunch: Large bowl of soup (tomato, pea, minestrone etc.) with rye bread
Cooked vegetables
Beef steak
Desert
A couple of cups of tea with some chocolate
Also wine or milk stout(like Guiness)

Supper: Same as lunch.

(Reg would consume Milk stout/Guiness as an aid when he needed to gain weight)

In an interview with Reg by Osmo Kiiha, Reg was asked about his diet:"What type of diet did you follow?

Reg: I liked to eat like a king, but only food that was good for me. I ate prodigious amounts of food during the day, but adhered to a very balanced diet with everything in proper proportions. My favorite food is steak, which I sometimes eat twice a day. I also like salads, orange juice and wine. I have a wine cellar in my home. I also have used protein supplements and take vitamin and mineral tablets.

In an article in "Iron Man Magazine, Earle Liedeman wrote the following about Reg Park: "Reg Park of England wins a good second to Mac Batchelor with his speed. Once, when dining with Reg, he gargled three large plates of vegetable soup, then gulped chucks from his extra large and thick steak without his teeth sinking into the meat once, apparently, next stuffed many side dishes of vegetables into his ever open mouth and these include an extra large pair of baked potatoes, a huge bowl of salad, three glasses of milk and the last, the piece de resistance, a big dish of ice cream with cake. And all this, mind you, in about ten minutes. Gee! I've seen hungry bloodhounds gobble down food, but Reg Park wins a can of fried grasshoppers as second place for amount, and first place for speed."

So there you have it, another glimpse into the Golden Age nutrition of the CPB Champs! What can you learn from this for your classic physique building endeavors?

1) Eat a balanced, high protein diet of meats (all kinds), eggs, dairy (either cow-based or goat-based), vegetables, fruits, nuts, whole grain breads and cereals (use sparingly).
(2) Use a 3 meal a day plan with/or without snacks in-between - depending on your goal of either gaining mass (with snacks)or losing weight (without snacks).
(3) Protein and vitamin supplements can be helpful.
(4) Adjust the quantity of food to achieve your goals (you may need to eat more for gaining mass or less if trying to lose body fat) - everyone is different, so follow the classic Greek advise to "know thyself."
(5) Remember that proper diet is as important as proper training and proper rest (but all three must be done together in order to achieve your goals).
(6) Avoid all junk (processed food, refined sugar, candies, cakes, pastries, soft drinks, etc) that does not contribute valuable nutrients to "building up the body."
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Old Starr routine. Dont have last page.
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Old 08-31-2013, 11:29 AM   #180
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Good stuff, I'm off to tap into my keg of guiness. Like the bench routine article as well, need to find the last page


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