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 on: Today at 05:29:05 PM 
Started by Shizzo - Last post by Pray_4_War
Pensions are yet another gravy train that my generation missed out on (for the most part) and will forever be paying for.

 12 
 on: Today at 05:28:22 PM 
Started by funk51 - Last post by wikkedonez
 Grin

 13 
 on: Today at 05:27:46 PM 
Started by bradistani - Last post by bradistani
Rachel Weisz - hailing a taxi cab in New York City - 30/9/14



 14 
 on: Today at 05:26:53 PM 
Started by TrueGrit - Last post by Pray_4_War
Lol, fucking whores.  Just doing what they do.

 15 
 on: Today at 05:25:19 PM 
Started by jephrius - Last post by LurkerNoMore
The truth struck home so badly that the whiner had to change his name.

 16 
 on: Today at 05:24:30 PM 
Started by calfzilla - Last post by Princess L

pate is very easy... (not a shot at you GM... just encouragement for peeps to try)...

i make fois gras 3-4 times per year which is slightly harder but still super easy... not diet food...

Recipe?  I can't get past the texture thing with "liver & onions"

 17 
 on: Today at 05:24:11 PM 
Started by The True Adonis - Last post by The True Adonis
http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=28182

 Low-Load Bench Press Training to Fatigue Results in Muscle Hypertrophy Similar to High-Load Bench Press Training
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DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2013.42022    6,590 Downloads    19,882 Views
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Riki Ogasawara, Jeremy P. Loenneke, Robert S. Thiebaud, Takashi Abe

Affiliation(s)
Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, University of Tokyo, Kashiwa, Japan; College of Sport and Health Science, Ritsumeikan University of Tokyo, Kusatsu, Japan.
Department of Health and Exercise Science, University of Oklahoma, Norman, USA.
Department of Health and Exercise Science, University of Oklahoma, Norman, USA.
Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, University of Tokyo, Kashiwa, Japan;Department of Health, Exercise Science, & Recreation Management, University of Mississippi, Oxford, USA.

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study was to determine whether the training responses observed with low-load resistance exercise to volitional fatigue translates into significant muscle hypertrophy, and compare that response to high-load resistance training. Nine previously untrained men (aged 25 [SD 3] years at the beginning of the study, standing height 1.73 [SD 0.07] m, body mass 68.9 [SD 8.1] kg) completed 6-week of high load-resistance training (HL-RT) (75% of one repeti-tion maximal [1RM], 3-sets, 3x/wk) followed by 12 months of detraining. Following this, subjects completed 6 weeks of low load-resistance training (LL-RT) to volitional fatigue (30% 1 RM, 4 sets, 3x/wk). Increases (p < 0.05) in magnetic resonance imaging-measured triceps brachii and pectorals major muscle cross-sectional areas were similar for both HL-RT (11.9% and 17.6%, respectively) and LL-RT (9.8% and 21.1%, respectively). In addition, both groups increased (p < 0.05) 1RM and maximal elbow extension strength following training; however, the percent increases in 1RM (8.6% vs. 21.0%) and elbow extension strength (6.5% vs. 13.9%) were significantly (p < 0.05) lower with LL-RT. Both protocols elicited similar increases in muscle cross-sectional area, however differences were observed in strength. An explanation of the smaller relative increases in strength may be due to the fact that detraining after HL-RT did not cause strength values to return to baseline levels thereby producing smaller changes in strength. In addition, the results may also suggest that the consistent practice of lifting a heavy load is necessary to maximize gains in muscular strength of the trained movement. These results demonstrate that significant muscle hypertrophy can occur without high-load resistance training and suggests that the focus on percentage of external load as the important deciding factor on muscle hypertrophy is too simplistic and inappropriate.

 18 
 on: Today at 05:23:03 PM 
Started by gracie bjj - Last post by che
for u guys who think im lying more power to u,dont care if u believe me or not.i invited them inside my porch area and asked them if they wanted some iced tea or water and we sat down,they said they wanted to ask me some questions and if it was ok,i said yes its fine. they basically asked me if I ever ordered anything overseas in the last 6 yrs or so,i said yes but it was all legit bodybuilding products like pro hormones and stuff, the FBI agent basically cut in and said look George,we already have the guy we want in prison,we just want to know what u ordered from him and we r outta here,hes the one we want not u,i stuck to my story about the prohormones though and that's that. im gonna sit down with my lawyer in morning and see whats up. my lawyer told me relax,he asked me if they ever nailed me with a package in my possession and I said no,they never did. he said relax u got nothing to worry about and see u in morning
Roll Eyes

 19 
 on: Today at 05:21:57 PM 
Started by gracie bjj - Last post by gracie bjj
for u guys who think im lying more power to u,dont care if u believe me or not.i invited them inside my porch area and asked them if they wanted some iced tea or water and we sat down,they said they wanted to ask me some questions and if it was ok,i said yes its fine. they basically asked me if I ever ordered anything overseas in the last 6 yrs or so,i said yes but it was all legit bodybuilding products like pro hormones and stuff, the FBI agent basically cut in and said look George,we already have the guy we want in prison,we just want to know what u ordered from him and we r outta here,hes the one we want not u,i stuck to my story about the prohormones though and that's that. im gonna sit down with my lawyer in morning and see whats up. my lawyer told me relax,he asked me if they ever nailed me with a package in my possession and I said no,they never did. he said relax u got nothing to worry about and see u in morning

 20 
 on: Today at 05:21:19 PM 
Started by The True Adonis - Last post by The True Adonis
the hell are you talking about? have you been following what I say happens after the body adapts?

after 12 weeks your body is capable of handling not just 7x the workload your probably giving it now, you could quite feasibly had you the time and inclination train your whole body 2x a day 7 days a week.

that being said after 12 weeks this program will increase exponentially your ability to do more work, and recover rapidly despite that increased workload.

you might not be able to see the benefits of this routine in increasing your performance, your lean tissue in both the assisted and natty alike, or how such an upswing in workload and recovery will create a denser more quality fiber but others following this thread and trying the routine will.

given what I have outlined in the above paragraph I don't understand how you can't see that hypertrophy will take place.

far be it from me to talk someone into trying this, but I'm not about to let someone who's never even attempted it to tell others it's a waste of time when it's the exact opposite of that.


I imagine all you would have to do after 12 weeks is repeat the process with different exercise and/or increase weight. 

What I would do is start Phase 1 again with totally new exercises and weights.  That way you get a deload period and then build back up again.  You would really only need about 4 different routines for an entire year doing 12 weeks of each. Your thoughts?

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