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XPC Finals @ The Arnold Classic - 5 Weeks Out

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Saturday marked the official 5 week out mark from the XPC Finals. This training cycle has been going extremely well, hitting PRs in every lift pretty much every week. The gear is starting to fit well, and it's time to start dialing things in as we get close.   The next max effort squat worko...
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would you guys review my Powerlifting movie??

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Hello Guys,I have recently started a company that produces strength sports and fitness Movies.  I made the film below with Plymouth Performance Gym and i would love to get some feedback from some guys in the powerlifting community to see what you think?  I will be making a number of mov...
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XPC Finals @ The Arnold Classic - 5 Weeks Out

LeoTouchdown says

Post some meet footage man! Would love to see the grind pay off.


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XPC Finals @ The Arnold Classic - 5 Weeks Out

wtenerelli says

Keep pushing through.  The last month of prep is usually brutal. 

 

Also, your training videos look like they're in an awfully familiar location.  Do you train with Mike Grasso?


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PR Thread!

LeoTouchdown says

255 log for a 20 lb PR today.

Mirin overhead strength, and booty.


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Knee Sleeves, Squat Depth

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I got a pair of 7 mm stoics, they are cheep and nice. First pair I have ever owned got them in July. Also the thicker the more rebound you will have coming out of the hole. If anything I am a tad high on my squats, crappy hip mobility, but currently working on that.




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Diet for fat loss while increasing my liftssssssssssssssss

Beau says

Workout 3-4 times a week -> multiply weight by 12-14

Workout 5-7 times a week -> multiply weight by 14-16

Protein and Carbs are each 4cals/gram

Fat is 9cals/gram

Endomorphs keep macros around 35%/25%/40% (pro/carb/fat) and use carbs around workouts (before and after for energy/recovery). 

Once you start to lean out you can shift to more of a 30%/30%/40%, and so on...

 

Do the math and you get your macros. 

 

Eat good sources first (lean proteins, clean carbs, nuts/seeds/oils) and only cheat minimally. Once you lean out you can cheat more, you don't need it right now. 

 

Hope this helps, let me know if you need further assistance. 

 

Beau


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would you guys review my Powerlifting movie??

Brandon says

Solid! Do you have any other examples of your work?


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Arnold 2018 - Here We Go

lonewolftraining says

Good luck.  There are times I miss training in gear.  The major difference between the two is the amount of pressure that builds up when squatting/benching multiply.  It definitely is a different animal than raw lifting.


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PR Thread!

Shane says
255 log for a 20 lb PR today.


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Arnold 2018 - Here We Go

LeoTouchdown says

Anyone who tells you equipped lifting is easier on the joints is a fool! I've trained and competed both raw and equipped, they both take their toll big time, but unitl you put the gear on, you don't know pain LOL

Haha, will try it out when I get the chance. Blaine Sumner who said he hurt his hip squatting raw but he could squat in single ply, so that was what I was thinking about.


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Arnold 2018 - Here We Go

BigLou2314 says

Anyone who tells you equipped lifting is easier on the joints is a fool! I've trained and competed both raw and equipped, they both take their toll big time, but unitl you put the gear on, you don't know pain LOL


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