Art

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About Art

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    Heavy Lifter
  • Birthday 10/15/1966

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  • First Name
    Art
  • Location
    Columbus, Tx
  • Gender
    Male
  • Height
    6'0"
  • Body Weight
    225
  • Squat PR
    235x5
  • Press PR
    115 strict, Bench 175x1
  • Deadlift PR
    275x5

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  1. Too much sugar for a dime
  2. My pre workout is breakfast, I hit the gym shortly threreafter, so no additional pre workout needed However not everyone can do that and choco milk is cheap and fits the requirements, so it gets #1 billing, as Berin stated
  3. Agree, I do better lower carb, but it starts with getting rid of the junk, and everyone is a little bit different
  4. Welcome, from another stubborn old bastard who'd rather play a pickup game and hurt for 3 days than admit he should probably abstain lol
  5. I don't do %s, I start with the bar, and add 20lb per set But hell i lift like a sick kitten, so take that with a lot of salt
  6. At near 400lb and stuck, I'd try a belt, and I'm one of the most anti equipment guys on this board (and the weakest)
  7. Tight belly, tight butt, no back injury get loose, and like Simon said, you can keep in mind most personal trainers get their credentials via a weekend (or shorter) class taught by another goober with a weekend cert
  8. so just record 2 hours of a drum meating 130 BPM, there ya go
  9. ^^This, get that upper back TIGHT and the lower tends to fall in line
  10. I tried it after watching the first 'rocky' movie, it is gross
  11. most beginners do full body routine 3x a week, and get good results, but they're also doing basic barbell movements Since you don't have the equipment for that, not sure that'd be the right approach If you like what you're doing, and it works for you, keep it up
  12. if you're trying to drop weight, probably boiled is best, just from a pure caloric standpoint, otherwise it doesn't matter, fried or scrambled in butter would be my go to I even learned how to 'over easy' them in the oven (300deg oven, a bit of oil or butter, 5 minutes, get em out)