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JD my back day looks like this. Start off with Deads if it's dead day. Then do Smith Machine rows, followed with DB rows end with 1 arm cable rows. That's the first back day. I tend to do 5 sets of Deads and it takes me awhile so my hour runs out quick on dead day. On the 2nd back day I do Pull Ups as many as I can do then 5 negatives after each set for 5 sets. I've been seeing great progress doing this. Followed by the Row machine, then some cable pull downs with varying grip depending on how my lats feel. First back day for thick 2nd back day for wide.
love chilli, but ive been making the bb.com quik chilli for a while, and its starting to make me hate chilli haha
so i farted around a bit and found this recipe Easy Chili I Recipe - Allrecipes.com
ill let you guys know how it goes, im making 15 portions instead of 6, and im using an extra 500g of ground beef ontop of the 1.1 kilo it calls for already
This was an awesome post.
I been craving chili for the longest time, and timmies chili is no longer cutting it.
I've followed the recipe to a T, and its simmering as we speak. Smells sooo good. Posted via RS Mobile
Sumo deadlifts take most of the emphasis off your back and onto your legs. You can pull more weight doing sumos than regular deadlifts. I incorporate them into my workout once in a while when my regular deadlifts are stuck. Doing rack pulls and sumo deadlifts will strengthen your regular deadlifts like crazy (well at least for me)