Morning Weight – 169.8 lbs
- Back, Biceps, Traps
- Weighted Chinups 5 sets of 6 reps
- DB Row 4 sets of 8 reps
- Wide-grip lat pulldown 3×10
- INC DB Curl 3 sets of 8 reps
- Cable Row 3 sets of 10 reps
- Forearm Curl 3 sets of 8 reps
- Shurgs 10 sets of 10 reps
Always like starting my workout with heavy chinups. If I delayed and put those toward the end of my workout, I wouldnt get nearly as many reps. DB row felt pretty heavy right afte chinups and only got up the 80lbs DB’s. Finished the back off with lat pulldowns and cable rows.
For Biceps I did INC DB curl, which is my new favorite move. You have to reduce the weight, but since the back is taken out of the movement, the biceps get a ton of stimulation. Moved to the machine next for forearm curls and finished off with some 21’s with 20lb dumbbells.
In between sets I did a ton of shurgs to build up the upper traps.
Had some wine and Pizza Hut Three Cheese Stuffed Crust for dinner last night. Not going to lie it was disappointing. Not that it was bad, but I was expecting greatness and it honestly tasted exactly the same as the previous stuffed crust. Another problem with Pizza Hut pizza is that the actual pizza part is very small, while the crust is huge. Pizza Hut used to be my favorite, but after trying Extreme Pizza and even Costco and Sams Club pizza, Pizza Hut just don’t measure up. RANT OVER haha.
Watched Fat Head yesterday and it really was entertaining to watch. It was basically the opposite version of Super Size Me and the comedian/researcher did the opposite and actually showed you how to lose weight at fast food restaurants, even eating there every day. His point was to limit carbs to 100 grams a day, but cutting out fries and regular sodas. He mainly just ate the burger (with the bun) and a diet soda on the side. It also talked about the benefits of healthy fat, while lowering but not eliminating carbs from the diet. Since the researcher was a comedian it was pretty hilarious to watch, while also being informative.