Icyblue's melting point

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  1. icyblue17

    icyblue17 Orange Belt

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    A little info bout me:

    Age:16
    Weight:120lbs
    Height:5'10
    Additional info: Very skinny and has a shitty cardio

    Goals(For Oct 2008):
    Be 2x stronger
    Bench 120+
    Improve Cardio
    Be able to fight & dominate in a AM muay thai fight
    *BULK UP*(I look like an african slave)

    I'll be posting before and after pics on Oct. :D

    Program:
    Bill Starr 5x5(My coach substituted some excercises coz I can't do the minimum bench press:redface:)


    Day 1 - Apr 23

    Morning:
    Dips(it's on a machine)
    -40lbsx5x5

    Squats (BTW, I do ATG squat)
    70lbsx5x5

    Pull-ups(it's on a machine)
    -50lbsx5x5

    Abs
    120lbsx5x5

    Evening:
    Did some HIIT

    30s of sprint then 30s of rest for about 6 sets :D



    Evaluation:
    My morning workout was rather easy except for the squats. I had to do those with my legs still sore because of my MT. HIIT nearly killed me but thats the only way up.
     
  2. Merrill

    Merrill Purple Belt

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    What are you planning to do to bulk up?

    Welcome to S&P
     
  3. liquid!

    liquid! mens rea

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    What does it mean when you say "Abs" and why/how are you doing Dips and Pullups on a machine?
     
  5. takeahnase

    takeahnase watching the swarm

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    Keep up the good work!

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  6. icyblue17

    icyblue17 Orange Belt

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    Vince:

    Pull-up and dip machine basically looks like this: http://www.e-weightloss-fitness.com/back_exercises/weightloss_diet_2378.JPG. It's like doing pull-ups and dips but the machine somehow makes it easier by adding weights. :D So basically, if I do pull-ups with -50lbs, then its my BW minus 50. :D



    Merill:
    Eat like a pig. But if you have any suggestions I'll be happy to hear it :D


    takeahnase:
    LOL. I hope I can be as big as that guy :D
     
  7. beef curtains

    beef curtains Yellow Belt

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    Granted he's a couple inches taller than you, but this is what 120lbs looks like:

    [​IMG]

    I'm not sure I can believe that you are 5'10 120 unless you are female.
     
  8. icyblue17

    icyblue17 Orange Belt

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    Apr 25:

    Muay Thai Class:
    My technique in my hands are getting better. Some even noticed that I have more power in my hands than the fighters. Unfortunately, my kicks are the only one preventing me from being a fighter. My coach talked to me and said that next tournament I can already fight. My pad works are okay. Kicks are getting better too. The only bad thing bout this is I'm gassing out wayyy to early. And I discovered that I am not relaxing. Damn, I was thinking too much bout killing the pads that I gassed out in the 3rd round. :(


    A couple of hours after the MT class I did some HIIT:

    30s of sprint 30s of rest x 6


    April 26:

    Weights:

    Deadlift: 85lbsx5x5
    Squat: 60lbsx5x5
    Military Press: 55lbsx5x5
     
  9. liquid!

    liquid! mens rea

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    Make sure you eat like a hoss after your workout. Get some meat on those bones.
     
  10. icyblue17

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    Yes I am 5'10 120lbs. I'll send you my pic with the risk of you photoshopping it :D
     
  11. icyblue17

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    I eat a minimum of 4 plates of rice(I'm a flip FYI) but I don't think thats enough. :( The government is blaming me as the cause of the rice shortage :D
     
  12. liquid!

    liquid! mens rea

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    get some protein on your plate too
     
  13. icyblue17

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    April 28
    Morning:

    Dips: -35lbsx5x5
    Squat: 75lbsx5x5
    Pull-ups: -45lbsx5x5
    Abs: 145lbsx5x5


    Afternoon:

    MT Training:
    I'm not in my 100% but still managed to have a good pad work. My hands are incredible. Elbows and punches are getting really fast and the power is getting insane. My coach said that I have the heaviest hands in the gym(including the fighters). Too bad this isn't boxing and my kicks are still not doing any good. Knees are very good but kicks need some improvement. I guess having a soccer background doesn't really help in MT. Yes I have power in my kicks but it takes my 2 fucking seconds to unleash it. Dammn. Practice practice practice
     
  14. icyblue17

    icyblue17 Orange Belt

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    May 1:

    Dips: -30lbsx5x5
    Squat: 80lbsx5x5
    Pull-ups: -40lbsx5x5
    Abs: 145lbsx5x5

    PS. Since starting my 5x5, I've been eating 4 plates of rice every meal. For some reason, I am still not gaining any weight. I feel A LOT stronger and I notice some mass increase but my weight is still 120lbs. :(
     
  15. liquid!

    liquid! mens rea

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    Is protein an option? You could eat 10 plates of rice and little will happen.
     
  16. Merrill

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    Whole milk, peanut butter, corned beef hash, animal meats (steak, ground beef, pork chop, chicken, fish), whole grain cereal, whole grain bread, and especially eggs.
     
  17. icyblue17

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    May 3:

    Deadlift: 95lbsx5x5
    Squat:70lbsx5x5
    Military Press: 60lbsx5x4


    FYI, I'm not the one behind my programs. A coach from the gym is the one who's behind the whole thing.

    Thanks guys for your help. I've been drinking more milk than ever, eating like a pig and trying to put protein on my plate. Hopefully I'll be able to put on some pounds.

    PS. I gained 2 pounds in 3 weeks. FAILURE!
     
  18. theNuge

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    That's not total failure. A pound a week is pretty tough.
     
  19. icyblue17

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    May 5:

    Dips: -25lbsx5x5
    Squat: 45lbs,45lbs,55lbs,70lbs,85lbsx5
    Pull-ups: -35lbsx5x5
    Abs: 155lbsx5x5
     
  20. icyblue17

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    May 7:

    Dips: -20lbsx5x5
    Squat: 90lbsx5x5
    Pull-ups: -30lbsx5x5
    Abs: 165lbsx5x5

    Pretty good workout for me. I thinking about getting no-xplode. A lot of people in my gym are using it and having really good results. hmmmmn.
     

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