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05 October 2012

Chaos And Bang Your Earballs Cheque Drops Edition




We ran the gamut on this one, and I went off, again, on form check videos.  Download here.

For the people wondering why I linked Eat Big Lift Big, here is your answer: they promote heavily tatted chicks with big booties who can lift shit.  
Who does not enjoy this?  People who post form check videos, I assume.

And to those of you who post those godawfulfucking vids, do the right thing.  Get Budd Dwyer on the deal.  you have to be sick of listening to your mother crying herself to sleep at night.



12 comments :

  1. Good stuff, Jamie.
    I think LBEB also has some pretty solid information, even tho it's more oly-based.

    You mentioned wings. I assume it's APD with wings for lunch and ribs for dinner with protein shakes in between? If that's the case, do you keep your 2 solid meals about the same size/calories?

    I really like it when you guys discuss diet, since you have very different points of view. Plan is to get to 210 on APD then? Just the same stuff but eating a lot more fodd?

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    1. Exactly. I ate carbs for a couple of weeks after the meet and gained a surprisingly appreciable amount of fat around my belly button. My arms continued to lean out, though. It was weird as shit.

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    2. I'm also incredibly sensitive to carbs. However, I'm always more vascular if I'm eating a bit of carbs PWO. If I go a little overboard, however, I'll bloat like a motherfucker around my belly.

      I always carb-up on Sundays, so Monday I'm usually vascular as fuck and my arms/shoulders look swole. Is there any relation between glycogen levels and vascularity? I mean, on zero carb days I feel dryer but my vascularity (and pumps, of course) goes to the shittery.

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    3. I'm in the exact same fucking boat. It seems that I need carbs to grow, but when the carbs get even remotely high (like 1g per lb of BW), I bloat like I'm on my fucking period, especially around my gut. I suppose that's a sign of insulin sensitivity.

      But if the carbs get much lower all growth stops and I look flatter than a limp dick in an industrial press. Guess I need some cheque drops.

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    4. Fat gain is one thing. But bloat can simply mean you're not digesting carbs like you should. Try different types of carbs to see how you do. Personally, wheat and corn products make me bloated. And if I overdo the sweet potatoes, I bloat. But I can eat a shit-ton of white rice with no problems.

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  2. LBEB is only good for asses. Everything else is mediocre rehashed information catered towards new lifters who are obsessed with bullshit like "butt tuck."

    About butt tuck. Fucking stupid. Couldn't agree more. Everyone who obsesses about butt tuck or doing ATG squats cannot even squat three fucking plates. My response is always, "When the fuck did powerlifting meets or the goddamned Olympics start determining winners on who squatted the deepest?" Mother fucking never.

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    1. "When the fuck did powerlifting meets or the goddamned Olympics start determining winners on who squatted the deepest?"

      This. Getting Oly lifters to understand that they don't need to scrape the ground with their asshole when squatting for powerlifting is probably on par with cleaning the Augean stables in terms of difficulty.

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    2. Totally with you on this one. Ran across LBEB thankfully after already discovering Chaos & Pain and LRB, since some of the shit LBEB puts out is retarded.

      They also have a lot of articles that are strikingly similar to ones Jamie has already put up... Just sayin'.

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  3. pinned while listening - gear is decent.
    pat mendes would agree.

    best info near end, with Andy thoughts on bands+deadlift.
    but then again no one listening pulls as close as andy and his crew.

    wtf are check tabs?

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      Just another drug that pussies like you would need to get through a workout showing some kind of effort :-)

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  4. Hey man, Anorexia and Bulimia aren't diseases, they're classified as disorders. There's a pretty big difference

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