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Yr quad pump is sick!
This was after about thirty minutes of Upper pump work. Still had so much blood in the legs I got minimal pump in my upper body lol. I could barely walk when I got done with the single leg press rest pause set lol.
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Upper Muscle Rounds

Switched this sessions exercises. I've been on this grouping for about 9 weeks I think so I need a slight adjustment. This week will change but the other two will probably stay the same. Still need to keep a focus on width over thickness bit, not so much I'm neglecting putting some rows first out in my muscle round days.

Standing hammer row (per side, one side at a time, big deep stretch, no swaying) - 205*26, 22
Mid grip Underhand Pulldown facing away from knee catch - 13*26
One arm cable Pulldown (holding stretch on rest) - 4*23
Machine flat press (pin press style) - 270*26, 270*19-180*11
DB lateral - 30*23, 21
Underhand extension - 12*25, 23, 21
Knee raise - 5*15-20

Big stretches today on back and it felt pretty good. Shoulder felt fine doing the pin press so I'll move to regular pressing next session. The pump was amazing though.

I did lose my pump after the pin presses today. Not sure what that's about but, it's something to keep an eye on. Sometimes it's just from lack of calories but that's definitely not an issue atm. It can also be from the insulin being in for this amount of time to. After a while you just got seen to get the same effect in my experience. Probably just a fluke.
   
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How you making your chicken?

Prep and cooking method?

Chicken, chicken, chicken....20+ years gets tiring. Have to spice it up regularly, lol.

I usually get tri-tip out here in Cali, but occasionally will get flap or flank depending on price. So many easy ways to cook it in bulk. Didn't get any last week, as Costco had sirloin for the same price, so I picked that up as a change. Flippin' meat is expensive these days lol.
   
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Chicken, chicken, chicken....20+ years gets tiring. Have to spice it up regularly, lol.

I usually get tri-tip out here in Cali, but occasionally will get flap or flank depending on price. So many easy ways to cook it in bulk. Didn't get any last week, as Costco had sirloin for the same price, so I picked that up as a change. Flippin' meat is expensive these days lol.
Almost everything I eat is cooked in the instant pot.

I'll do six lbs of chicken at a time. Typically I'll let it sit over night in Italian dressing with some type of season added to marinate. I like the jack Daniel's one but I've been on a south west kick lately.

Flank I cover with fajita season and let it sit dry over night. Then it goes in the pot as well. After it's done I'll add in frozen peppers and onions and have it simmer until they're cooked.
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I'll have to add the chicken to my InstantPot (I got a Potastic). Does it have a "slow cooker taste?" I've noticed that slow cookers (crock pots) give a distinct taste to the chicken I dislike. Not sure that makes sense, but that's the reason I've not cooked them in the instantpot yet. I'll have to do it anyway and find out myself.
   
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I'll have to add the chicken to my InstantPot (I got a Potastic). Does it have a "slow cooker taste?" I've noticed that slow cookers (crock pots) give a distinct taste to the chicken I dislike. Not sure that makes sense, but that's the reason I've not cooked them in the instantpot yet. I'll have to do it anyway and find out myself.
Nah doesn't have the same taste or texture as a crock. It's not puffy/watery.

Loads more flavor.
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Cool, have the chicken prepping now for tomorrow's run

btw, when you cook your rice, throw in 1-2 whole jalapenos before closing the lid. It can give a deep added flavor (not hot). I usually put a slit in them before throwing them in. Something new to try

Thanks man, good to see you went with Dusty, definitely watching how things go. Looks like he got a new partner too....haven't checked out his vids in a few months, lol.
   
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Cool, have the chicken prepping now for tomorrow's run

btw, when you cook your rice, throw in 1-2 whole jalapenos before closing the lid. It can give a deep added flavor (not hot). I usually put a slit in them before throwing them in. Something new to try

Thanks man, good to see you went with Dusty, definitely watching how things go. Looks like he got a new partner too....haven't checked out his vids in a few months, lol.
Yeah I usually use powder bouillon for my rice. Chicken, beef and tomato flavors. Might try that jalapeņo though.

Got the update from coach.

Weight went up a bit this week despite working my ass off which is good. Hunger is also high still which is also good.

So, we adjusted some things. Removed some egg meals and replaced with chicken and rice. Subbed out some bread for oats in a few meals.

Calories slightly increased.
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Training done. High rep leg day with a lot of focus on deep slow reps. Also, trying to force weight to my left leg. Getting a worse size imbalance there that I want to avoid.

Leg press feet high and wide - 8*28, 26
Feet mid and close - 8*27
Split squat - bw*25, 22, 20
Seated leg curl - 90*17, 15
Triceps press - stack *15, 12
Cross body extension - 30*20, 16
Ab machine - 145*25, 22, 20
Calf press - 210kg*26, 24 (held stretch for 90 seconds after each set)
   
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Better lighting here then last pics
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Upper loading

Bb row - 365*11(+1) 365*9(+1)
Rack Pull - 585*10(+2), 315*15(wide grip)
Bb bench - 275*8, 275*6
Stretch Pushups - 2*failure
DB Shoulder Press - 70*12, 12
Reverse Pec Deck - 130kg*20, 17, 14, 9

Pressing was painless. First time I've touched a bb or DB to press in weeks. Gonna work these back up since the "feeler" session went well.
   
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This mornings breakfast.

Off training and work. Ice and recovery!
   
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How long do you cook your chicken in the InstaPot?

Or, do you just hit a poultry option?

This appliance is a Godsend.
   
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How long do you cook your chicken in the InstaPot?

Or, do you just hit a poultry option?

This appliance is a Godsend.
Six lbs is 15 minutes with 3 minute wait before quick release.
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We growing.

Weight back up a couple lbs today. Still depleted as all hell though. Can definitely feel it.

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40 days progress Comparison. Legs are growing nicely again and I look a tad leaner in the side maybe. Only Up 2 lbs but they look like quality lbs.
   
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Upper Muscle Rounds

Cybex pull down Underhand grip - 115kg*23(+5kg) 110*23
Hi row - 180*23(+20lbs)160*22
Prone chest supported row - 120*26, 23
Incline hammer - 270*26, 23
Hammer Shoulder Press - 180*23, 21
Bent over fly swings - 35*30/20*25, 35*25,20*17
Seated palm up db curl - 30*26, 22
Ab machine - 150*10*5
Calf press - 280*20*5(10 seconds rest between each set, 2 minute stretch at the end)

Good session. Sweat sweat sweat. Pressing was good again. The shoulder just feels like it's bound up or something.... Almost like it needs to pop. A lot of pressure at the bottom of the press which is a bit concerning. Will continue to stretch it out and see what happens.
   
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The shoulder just feels like it's bound up or something.... Almost like it needs to pop. A lot of pressure at the bottom of the press which is a bit concerning. Will continue to stretch it out and see what happens.
If you're getting pain in the shoulder it could actually be the bicep tendon. I've heard guys say they had shoulder pain for months, tore their bicep, and the shoulder pain was instantly gone the second the tear occurred. Obviously I hope it's not that severe but just throwing out an idea.
   
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