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    Quote Originally Posted by Killionb12 View Post
    Update pics. 6 and 7.5 weeks out. Weight is at 249.4lbs. Very happy with current conditioning at 6 weeks out. Iím actually 7lbs heavier than what I was 6 weeks out last prep with same conditioning. Very excited about that.





    Dayumm! That is the best you have looked so far this run . All the deep lines starting, dense, and Huge !.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxmuscle1 View Post
    Dayumm! That is the best you have looked so far this run . All the deep lines starting, dense, and Huge !.

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    Thanks brotha!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
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    Had an awesome push day coming off a high day yesterday. Even dropped a pound in weight as well. Got to lift with my son so made the day even better.

    7-12-21 push day 1

    Pec deck flys 250lbs - 12, 11

    DB flat bench 150s - 11, 10

    Prime 15deg press 4 plates 2 25s - 11, 10

    Low to high cable flys 30lbs - 15, 12

    DB lateral raises 30lbs - 15, 14, 12

    Cable Rear delt flys 15lbs - 15, 14, 14

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    Awesome hamstring/glute day. Strength has been really good which is nice being in a caloric deficit. Much better than last prep. I keep saying that but itís been nice to feel this strong this deep into prep.

    7-13-21 leg day 1

    Seated hamstring curls 175lbs - 12, 11

    RDLs 365lbs - 12, 11

    Standing calf raises 4 plates - 16, 14, 13

    Belt squats 4 plates - 16, 14

    Adductors 140lbs - 20, 16

    Standing hamstring curls 80lbs - 15, 14

    Seated calf raises 90lbs - 18, 16

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killionb12 View Post
    Awesome hamstring/glute day. Strength has been really good which is nice being in a caloric deficit. Much better than last prep. I keep saying that but itís been nice to feel this strong this deep into prep.

    7-13-21 leg day 1

    Seated hamstring curls 175lbs - 12, 11

    RDLs 365lbs - 12, 11

    Standing calf raises 4 plates - 16, 14, 13

    Belt squats 4 plates - 16, 14

    Adductors 140lbs - 20, 16

    Standing hamstring curls 80lbs - 15, 14

    Seated calf raises 90lbs - 18, 16
    Watching in ďAweĒ! Kickin Ass Killion

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxmuscle1 View Post
    Watching in ďAweĒ! Kickin Ass Killion

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    Thanks brotha! Giving it all that I have!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killionb12 View Post
    Awesome hamstring/glute day. Strength has been really good which is nice being in a caloric deficit. Much better than last prep. I keep saying that but itís been nice to feel this strong this deep into prep.

    7-13-21 leg day 1

    Seated hamstring curls 175lbs - 12, 11

    RDLs 365lbs - 12, 11

    Standing calf raises 4 plates - 16, 14, 13

    Belt squats 4 plates - 16, 14

    Adductors 140lbs - 20, 16

    Standing hamstring curls 80lbs - 15, 14

    Seated calf raises 90lbs - 18, 16
    If you keep saying that each time, because that means you're learning something new about yourself each time, and you're nailing it and you're on point.
    That's what the majority of us lack is learning something new with the whole process.
    Good for you man. No setbacks and just pressing forward doing the hard shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killionb12 View Post
    Thanks brotha! Giving it all that I have!
    Right there with you on the ďgiving it all I haveĒ too. Any advice for me (physique) , PM me. I donít get nervous, I get excited though and it pretty much the same thing . I want to make sure I stay lean & full from prejudging til next night show (6 hrs apart) . I donít use any tricks with clients, but I hope my mind doesnít trick me. I have Max OG(papa)w/ me and a bunch of family/friends but he is training me my last 7 days prior. I always just eat my normal meals plain w minimal fluids. If you have any advice that can increase my look w/o giving up any sub q retention. I am all ears ! Have seen too many guys fail on stage when they were fine the day before amd day after. Always learning

    Max

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vision View Post
    If you keep saying that each time, because that means you're learning something new about yourself each time, and you're nailing it and you're on point.
    That's what the majority of us lack is learning something new with the whole process.
    Good for you man. No setbacks and just pressing forward doing the hard shit.
    Thanks brotha. Yes I learned a ton about my body last prep. Definitely making things better this time around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxmuscle1 View Post
    Right there with you on the ďgiving it all I haveĒ too. Any advice for me (physique) , PM me. I donít get nervous, I get excited though and it pretty much the same thing . I want to make sure I stay lean & full from prejudging til next night show (6 hrs apart) . I donít use any tricks with clients, but I hope my mind doesnít trick me. I have Max OG(papa)w/ me and a bunch of family/friends but he is training me my last 7 days prior. I always just eat my normal meals plain w minimal fluids. If you have any advice that can increase my look w/o giving up any sub q retention. I am all ears ! Have seen too many guys fail on stage when they were fine the day before amd day after. Always learning

    Max
    Leading up to the show I would always keep water and sodium the same. Thatís what will keep the muscle full. Too many people cut water too much or cut it totally out. You need water to push glycogen into the muscle. The day of the show you can definitely cut water some but donít cut it totally out. John Jewett is a brilliant bodybuilder and has his own podcast. He just had a podcast about show day tweaks. I would definitely watch it. One big thing is he breaks down the science of the body and How it works. Your body will maintain a 70/30 intracellular and extracellular(sub-q) balance. You canít remove extra cellular without affecting intracellular as well. Cutting water totally out is a good recipe for getting flat. Also when cutting water totally out your body will produce a hormone called Aldosterone to regulate that water balance hence holding on to sodium vs expelling it which leads to water retention. Water follows sodium. That water retention will tend to be held sub q before hours later being back in balance. He seems to think that at least 4-6oz of water with meals and then you can determine in between meals how much you need. He typically tends to use roughly 20oz in between meals but you will have to gauge that personally. He will weigh himself after prejudging since you will probably sweat some water out. If you are down a pound then drink 16oz of water to replace the weight lost. Again I would encourage you to watch his podcast. Great info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killionb12 View Post
    Leading up to the show I would always keep water and sodium the same. Thatís what will keep the muscle full. Too many people cut water too much or cut it totally out. You need water to push glycogen into the muscle. The day of the show you can definitely cut water some but donít cut it totally out. John Jewett is a brilliant bodybuilder and has his own podcast. He just had a podcast about show day tweaks. I would definitely watch it. One big thing is he breaks down the science of the body and How it works. Your body will maintain a 70/30 intracellular and extracellular(sub-q) balance. You canít remove extra cellular without affecting intracellular as well. Cutting water totally out is a good recipe for getting flat. Also when cutting water totally out your body will produce a hormone called Aldosterone to regulate that water balance hence holding on to sodium vs expelling it which leads to water retention. Water follows sodium. That water retention will tend to be held sub q before hours later being back in balance. He seems to think that at least 4-6oz of water with meals and then you can determine in between meals how much you need. He typically tends to use roughly 20oz in between meals but you will have to gauge that personally. He will weigh himself after prejudging since you will probably sweat some water out. If you are down a pound then drink 16oz of water to replace the weight lost. Again I would encourage you to watch his podcast. Great info!
    Totally already copy & pasted to notes. I will watch it for sure. Appreciate it. John Jewett, glad you told me because I do not know him (surprisingly). Hopefully I am ready 7 days out and I can just maintain ďthe lookĒ. There are a ton of super experienced dudes at this one, so I am gonna present my best. Basically I need to gain that stage time and for them to know my name. The promoter does all the shows I am interested in , for the future. Thx Killion. Cannot wait for yours! You got this shit

    Max

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