Dorien is the fucking man. He trains like a beast.
Any of you guys employ breaks during your training? I've heard from various people that taking a break for a week is often good and actually helps you improve. My issue with that is:
1. I'm not certain it's true
2. I feel guilty when I'm taking a break.
I might just compensate by doing only cardio that week...
I've noticed results from taking breaks. The thing is that I can relate to the 'guilty part'. Additionally, whenever I break a pattern or routine, I find it difficult to start back up again. I have this fear that I'll lose all the results from my hard work if I stop for a week because starting back up is so difficult for me
I hate taking a break though, like Voxide said I am afraid of losing my gains, my strength, and sometimes I have this fear that I will put off starting up again for a week, and then another, and before I know it I am 3 months into not training and all that time was wasted.
Well, my Ipamorelin came in along with my T3 and Letrozole. Going to be running the Letrozole for a bit due to gyno paranoia and I was almost out of T3 so I can keep running it now.
I will be running the Ipamorelin 3 times a day at 100mcg.
So I'm on maybe my fourth day of an Andriol trial run. (I know most people say they're way overpriced--I'm basically only trying them for shits and giggles because I picked them up for peanuts in Bangkok the other week.)
So far, I can confirm the reports that say they're kind of a waste of money....
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Well, this week I need to brew up some more Tren Ace and I need to decide on what kind of HGH I want. I sure as fuck won't be investing in Kigs considering the fiasco that is going on regarding batches of kits being nothing but sugar and GHRP.
I need to get my hands on some more M1T, some more Methylstenbolone, order some more NPP and possibly order some Stanazol in oil to use this summer on top of the Masteron.
I think I'm either developing tendinitis in my deltoid or am jacking my rotator cuff from benching. How do you meat heads deal with shoulder problems from lifting? Any tips?
Suck it up. Mostly.
From what I read that's about the worst thing you can do.
Take a week off if things don't feel right and then make an appointment with a sports doc if it's really bothering you. Look up some basic rotator cuff exercises in the meantime.
Nah, just kidding.
A lot of people experience shoulder problems from benching. There are apparently three common types of shoulder joint, and for at least one of those groups, benching is basically not an option. Look into dumbbell bench, overhead press and dips as alternatives.
Last edited by nickels; 18-01-2012 at 11:32.
(Good post by vox.)
I'm just going to take a week off and pop a lot of anti-inflammatories. Hopefully that'll do the trick.
I guess there's also some really light exercises you can do to strengthen your Rotator Cuff since it's so much smaller and weaker than the rest of the shoulder/arm muscles. I'll try to throw those in on my off days starting next week.
Some days I see myself smaller, other days I feel like my BFP went up way more than it possibly could in 24 hours, other times I look great in one mirror and terrible in another, etc. It helps reducing the amount of time you spend looking in the mirror.
I almost want to do an experiment on myself and go for a month wearing baggy long-sleeves and not once looking in the mirror, all the while training as hard as usual. And then seeing if I notice a difference after the month is up.
Red, have you seen our " show your progress" thread http://www.bluelight.ru/vb/threads/5...s-quot-Thread?
(missed seeing you around, btw!)