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Old 03-01-2013, 08:35 PM   #24876
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Quick update here, been training hard (flying) so haven't had time to post in a while. Hope all you guys are doing well. As has been said there are some serious lifters here, good numbers everyone!

My overall calorie intake and inability to eat as clean as I'd like is holding me back a bit at the moment. Need to get my own kitchen again to make meals rather than eating in the mess every day, but that's the life right now unfortunately. My numbers are back in the ballpark of last summer and looking to push in to new PR's in the coming months. Bit more bulking then I'll trim up and bring the abs back in. Happy lifting

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thesituation, were you at the powerlifting seminar today?
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I hate my calves though. A HUGE inconvenience...
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Quick update here, been training hard (flying) so haven't had time to post in a while. Hope all you guys are doing well. As has been said there are some serious lifters here, good numbers everyone!

My overall calorie intake and inability to eat as clean as I'd like is holding me back a bit at the moment. Need to get my own kitchen again to make meals rather than eating in the mess every day, but that's the life right now unfortunately. My numbers are back in the ballpark of last summer and looking to push in to new PR's in the coming months. Bit more bulking then I'll trim up and bring the abs back in. Happy lifting

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new pr for squat, 405x12 ... and now my knee is fucked to the tits lol
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No unfortunately I had to work. How was it?
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Almost deadlifted 4 plates. Fuck I should have taken a longer rest...it was a 1.5 minute break after 365lb
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We gotta train together man. Take me through your deadlift routine! I'm determined, now that I had a taste of what 405 feels like.
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And there that guy was attempting his 4plate bench
I think im trying my 4 plate deadlift on monday
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on the topic of calves

what exercises can i do to develop a hump under my left calf

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first post here But since thursday, day after my workout I'm having this pain in my left shoulder. Movements like pressing or full rotation causes the pain, do you think it might just be sore and it'll be gone in couple of days or this might be something worse?
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what exercises can i do to develop a hump under my left calf
I strongly believe that it is next to impossible to redevelop calves. I think genetics dictate how your calves look like.

I have the same problem as you and to this day I have failed to do anything about it...
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first post here But since thursday, day after my workout I'm having this pain in my left shoulder. Movements like pressing or full rotation causes the pain, do you think it might just be sore and it'll be gone in couple of days or this might be something worse?
We will need more info my friend. Did you just start lifting? What exercise were you doing? and so on.. It could be a number of things...
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meh it was alright, learned most of what i needed to know from a previous seminar... there were a good 15-20 people that showed up but alot of miscers

we were learning benching form and the guy was teaching us leg drive, foot positioning and this one guy asks "so this goes for incline and decline as well?"
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I strongly believe that it is next to impossible to redevelop calves. I think genetics dictate how your calves look like.

I have the same problem as you and to this day I have failed to do anything about it...
that's too bad, always wanted that 2nd hump on my left leg lol
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that's too bad, always wanted that 2nd hump on my left leg lol
that second hump is your soleus muscle which elevates your heel off the floor when your knee is flexed at a 90 degree angle (seated position), so the best way to target that is to do seated calf raises. And yeah genetics does play a pretty big role in the visibility of the muscle but the more you work on it the more you will start to see it.

Personally, i don't care much for the soleus, but genetically I'm still able to see that muscle even when I only do standing calf raises.

I've always found the gastrocnemius to be more functional for the purposes of my knee rehab, gastrocnemius acts as a synergist to the hamstrings and actually helps flex the knee joint. I've recently incorporated standing calf raises at the end of my routine and it's REALLY helping out with my rehab.
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that second hump is your soleus muscle which elevates your heel off the floor when your knee is flexed at a 90 degree angle (seated position), so the best way to target that is to do seated calf raises. And yeah genetics does play a pretty big role in the visibility of the muscle but the more you work on it the more you will start to see it.

Personally, i don't care much for the soleus, but genetically I'm still able to see that muscle even when I only do standing calf raises.

I've always found the gastrocnemius to be more functional for the purposes of my knee rehab, gastrocnemius acts as a synergist to the hamstrings and actually helps flex the knee joint. I've recently incorporated calf raises at the end of my routine and it's REALLY helping out with my rehab.
No wonder my knee feels better after I foam roll the gastrocnemius...
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We will need more info my friend. Did you just start lifting? What exercise were you doing? and so on.. It could be a number of things...
I used to lift 2 years ago then stopped for a year and just got back to it about 2 months ago. On that day was doing bench and wide grip pullups ,but i'll give it a couple of days see how things are with the shoulder
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I used to lift 2 years ago then stopped for a year and just got back to it about 2 months ago. On that day was doing bench and wide grip pullups ,but i'll give it a couple of days see how things are with the shoulder
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fcukedd , heres my new deadlift vid. 415



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