Fygle's road to mass gain

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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby Bonnie » Mon Jan 17, 2011 5:24 pm

Oh my..
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby Fygle » Thu Jan 20, 2011 12:35 pm

Yesterdays weights.

Weights day:

Flat bench: 3x10 (65kg) (10+8+7)

Upright rows: 3x10 (40kg)
+S.L. calve raise on edge: 3x10 (17,5kg backpack)

Deads: 3x10 (97kg)

Quad extentions: 3x10 (60kg)
+Standing triceps extensions: 3x10 (36kg)

Shrugs: 3x10 (67,5kg)
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby Fygle » Fri Jan 21, 2011 1:11 am

Cardio day:

Stationary bike. 10 min warmup > 15 min HIIT > 10 min SS.
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby Athene » Sat Jan 22, 2011 3:01 am

Your workout log is turning into my daily "math log" where I have to convert everything from kilos into pounds in order for my tiny North American mind to comprehend it!
If your weights go any higher I will have to start using a calculator every time...
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby Bonnie » Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:56 am

If you can times by 2.2 in your head already, thats fairly decent.
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby Boss Man » Sat Jan 22, 2011 7:34 pm

Exactly, 2.2lbs in a kilo, so not a hard calculation to make.

Also check out Onlineconversion. I stickied it in a useful links thread. It will work that stuff out for you in a jiffy.
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby Fygle » Mon Jan 24, 2011 1:56 pm

And I do the same for pretty much every log I read on here :wink:

Weights day:

Military press: 3x10 (46kg)

Squats: 10x3 (90kg)

Pushups: 22x narrow > 26x mid > 23 wide (BW)
+Bent row normal grip: 10x3 (80kg)

Dips: 30+21 (BW)
+Hamstring curl: 3x10 (45kg)
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby Fygle » Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:57 am

Cardio day:

30 min jogging.
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby Fygle » Thu Jan 27, 2011 9:00 am

Weights day:

Flat bench: 3x10 (65kg)

Deads: 3x10 (100kg)

Upright rows: 3x10 (40kg)
+S.L. calve raise on edge: 3x10 (17,5kg backpack)

Front lunges single leg raise: 3x10 (35kg)

Standing triceps extensions: 3x10 (36kg)

Front raises: 3x10 (22,5kg)

Finally have new weight discs so I can move up in deadlifts! 3x10 100kg this session, feel like I can do quite a bit more. Lunges + tri extensions in superset killed me, had to seperate them after first set. Been a while since I did lunges, really feeling it today.
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby Fygle » Fri Jan 28, 2011 9:06 am

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This is the route we will be taking if everything works out for everyone. We will be landing in Miami early May, take a trip out to Key West, and from there it's:
Valdosta, GA
Pensacola, FL
New Orleans, LA
Tyler, TX
Amarillo, TX (Big Texan Steakhouse!)
Tucumcari, NM
Shiprock, NM
Monument Valley, UT
Kayenta, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Grand Canyon Village, AZ
Bullhead City, AZ
Las Vegas, NV
Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco, CA
Los Angeles, CA

This is the straight driving route, but we will be taking detours, like the Four Corner Monument, floating rocks on Mojave etc. Roughly 4400 miles. Yes, I'm excited :D Taking tips on things to do/see!
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby fitoverforty » Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:38 am

Fygle wrote:Tyler, TX
:D A few hours north of me.
I'm so excited for you! This is something I think alot of people dream about doing, and it is so fantastic that you are actually going to be able to do it. What a great adventure! I know I don't have to say this but....take lots of pictures!! :mrgreen:
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby Fygle » Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:01 am

I sure will! I forgot to mention those places are where we plan to sleep. Where's your home town Lynne?
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby musculargirl » Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:37 am

Sounds like a lot of fun! Its funny i've driven through some of those areas but a lot of times i've never stopped and seen the stuff you are going to see. I would like to do that someday. Have you visited the USa many times?
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby Fygle » Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:57 am

First time :D

On a different note, I've lost 2kg since I met my new girlfriend. I'm not eating enough, it's all screwing with my regime! :o
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Re: Fygle's road to mass gain

Postby fitoverforty » Fri Jan 28, 2011 12:12 pm

Fygle wrote:I've lost 2kg since I met my new girlfriend
awww.....living on love...... :wink:

I live in the southern end of the Pineywoods of Texas, no cactus or tumbleweeds in these parts. :D So many people think of Texas as this vast flat, dry, desert land, when in fact it has a little bit of everything - tall pines, miles of great coastlline, plains, hill country, caverns (in San Marcos and New Braunfels) and yes, a lot of flat, dry brushy land out in West Texas. When you go through Tyler which is just on the northern tip of the Pineywoods, you should see some beautiful tall pine trees. :D
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