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Buddha's SARMS4SALE S23 Log

Buddhabuilder

Community Leader
VIP Moderator
Thanx Bros. As stated earlier, jump in with any questions or personal insights. This is a very real way to stay connected to community which can help maintain a high life condition.

I find it amazing how quickly I acclimated to these new approaches to training. How staying mindful of form gives me the opportunity to adjust angles and get the most out of every motion.

I started with body weight chest today; wide pushups, pushups with hands slightly lower with alternating knee raises at the top of the motion, and push ups with hands making a triangle in the center of my chest. I followed this with my knees up on a chair and hands on the floor for shoulder presses and right to bands for side and front raises. I finished off the bands for triceps from a number of different angles. It was a total of 28 sets in 40 minutes; once again pushing the intensity level to get the most out of the S23.

With conflicting reports of how long this pandemic may last it would be easy to start to slip into thinking, "What am I going to do?"

I'd rather just embrace the obstacle as an opportunity for growth...

Let me know what your training looks like and don't forget to let Sarms.forSale know the Buddha sent you when you use the launch15 coupon code.
 

DylanGemelli

Founding Member
Super Moderator
awesome brother... thanks for keeping a detailed log like this through this tough time.. .its very helpful and motivating to everyone!
 

Buddhabuilder

Community Leader
VIP Moderator
I was so encouraged when I saw a recent post from Sarms.forSale where they determined to give us all a 20% discount on their products fir the duration of the corona virus epidemic.

Thank You Sarms.forSale, we are truly on this journey together...
 

SARMS4Sale

#1 SARMS PROVIDER
Member
I was so encouraged when I saw a recent post from Sarms.forSale where they determined to give us all a 20% discount on their products fir the duration of the corona virus epidemic.

Thank You Sarms.forSale, we are truly on this journey together...

At this point, we understand anything helps and want to do whatever we can!
 

DylanGemelli

Founding Member
Super Moderator
I was so encouraged when I saw a recent post from Sarms.forSale where they determined to give us all a 20% discount on their products fir the duration of the corona virus epidemic.

Thank You Sarms.forSale, we are truly on this journey together...
It really is absolutely awesome to see!
 

Buddhabuilder

Community Leader
VIP Moderator
Wondering if anyone else here remembers the movie Escape From Los Angeles? It's a cool movie and a real time capsule for 80's fashion especially the hair.

Well, on that note, I loaded the family up in the truck, along with 3 cats, and headed out of SoCal last Saturday. It took a certain amount of negotiating with employers, but people are far more flexible now that the confirmed virus numbers are out. So here I sit, out in the mountains with a freezer full of meat and plenty of dry goods for at least a couple weeks.

And thanx to the miracle of the inter web, no further away from this community than when I was in the middle of the chaos.

I have continued to challenge myself with improvised work out routines and will post some cool ideas up here soon. I just wanted to check in and encourage everyone to take care of themselves and their people.

If you don't already have a spiritual practice feel free to connect with me and I can guide through the development of mine.

And don't forget the generous 20% discount from Sarms.forSale for the duration of the pandemic. Tell them Buddha sent you.

Never give up...
 

DylanGemelli

Founding Member
Super Moderator
Wondering if anyone else here remembers the movie Escape From Los Angeles? It's a cool movie and a real time capsule for 80's fashion especially the hair.

Well, on that note, I loaded the family up in the truck, along with 3 cats, and headed out of SoCal last Saturday. It took a certain amount of negotiating with employers, but people are far more flexible now that the confirmed virus numbers are out. So here I sit, out in the mountains with a freezer full of meat and plenty of dry goods for at least a couple weeks.

And thanx to the miracle of the inter web, no further away from this community than when I was in the middle of the chaos.

I have continued to challenge myself with improvised work out routines and will post some cool ideas up here soon. I just wanted to check in and encourage everyone to take care of themselves and their people.

If you don't already have a spiritual practice feel free to connect with me and I can guide through the development of mine.

And don't forget the generous 20% discount from Sarms.forSale for the duration of the pandemic. Tell them Buddha sent you.

Never give up...
i completely remember that movie bro, yes... keep working hard and keep being creative bro!
 

SARMS4Sale

#1 SARMS PROVIDER
Member
You have a very inspiring log going. Thank you for your positive attitude and continued efforts to keep others motivated on your journey. Great job and please keep up the updates.
 

Buddhabuilder

Community Leader
VIP Moderator
Thank you gentlemen. Always a pleasure.

Going for the intensity again to let the S23 shine I leaned into chest/front and center deltoid/Tris today. All 4 sets of each exercise, 8-10 reps.

Pushups with alternating knee raises at top of motion
Pushups with feet elevated 18 inches
Pushups with fingers in shape of a triange just below solar plexus
Then switch to bands for
Front Deltoid raises
Center Deltoid raises
and 2 different angles for Tris

So 28 sets, 30 seconds between exercises/sets, along with a superset crunches/rear planks all in 31 minutes.

From the second set it was full intensity and focus and I held a full pump in all target muscles for a good hour after I was done.

Definitely increase stamina with the S23 and continue to cut up nicely...
 

DylanGemelli

Founding Member
Super Moderator
excellent... you tend to notice you do more supersets and push harder in these moments... keep it up bro
 

Slyder

Senior Member
Member
Very good sir. Thanks for the up date. You gave me an idea for rice work out that I had not thought of. I saw a tri work out that is different. Do a plank with for arms and hands flat on ground. The lift elbows off floor until in an full extension plank. Using your triceps to push down off the floor. On knees is easy. Work way out till full plank is hardest. Saw it on athlean x
 

Buddhabuilder

Community Leader
VIP Moderator
Very good sir. Thanks for the up date. You gave me an idea for rice work out that I had not thought of. I saw a tri work out that is different. Do a plank with for arms and hands flat on ground. The lift elbows off floor until in an full extension plank. Using your triceps to push down off the floor. On knees is easy. Work way out till full plank is hardest. Saw it on athlean x

Cool! This is what it is all about. We share and inspire each other. It is the upward spiral of positive vibes...
 

Buddhabuilder

Community Leader
VIP Moderator
Back and bis today and I continue to find ways to challenge myself. Today it was with an aluminum extension ladder laid across the top of the corner of a fence.

With my arms at full extension my body, from my ankles to shoulders were about a 15 degree angle from the ground. I did (4 sets each of);

Medium width rows, close rows, wide rows, and finished up with some underhand chins from a 2x4 in the garage.

I then used lodge poll pine logs, there are different widths and lengths waiting to be cut into fire wood, to do Bis. This consisted of;

4 sets of 21's
4 sets of curls (8-10 reps)
and 4 sets of rotating hammer curls (with the heavier end pointing down at start of motion so it was a real squeeze at the top).

I didn't mention, this is all happening at an elevation of nearly 5000 feet which I'm sure requires that much more stamina, but I push through it with little shortness of breath.

Tomorrow I am going to do a fairly long hike interspersing a brisk pace with walking lunges.

Diet is tight as I am being mindful of the food on hand and when the next time I will be in civilization to stock up.

Every challenge an opportunity to create value...
 
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RickRock

Community Leader
VIP Moderator
Dude I'm loving your log. I really enjoy the way you've improvised your workouts despite the challenges. Keep the updates coming!
 

DylanGemelli

Founding Member
Super Moderator
Back and bis today and I continue to find ways to challenge myself. Today it was with an aluminum extension ladder laid across the top of the corner of a fence.

With my arms at full extension my body, from my ankles to shoulders were about a 15 degree angle from the ground. I did (4 sets each of);

Medium width rows, close rows, wide rows, and finished up with some underhand chins from a 2x4 in the garage.

I then used lodge poll pine logs, there are different widths and lengths waiting to be cut into fire wood, to do Bis. This consisted of;

4 sets of 21's
4 sets of curls (8-10 reps)
and 4 sets of rotating hammer curls (with the heavier end pointing down at start of motion so it was a real squeeze at the top).

I didn't mention, this is all happening at an elevation of nearly 5000 feet which I'm sure requires that much more stamina, but I push through it with little shortness of breath.

Tomorrow I am going to do a fairly long hike interspersing a brisk pace with walking lunges.

Diet is tight as I am being mindful of the food on hand and when the next time I will be in civilization to stock up.

Every challenge an opportunity to create value...
absolutely awesome and extremely motivational to say the least... i have to believe you are really helping A LOT of people brother!
 

Slyder

Senior Member
Member
Yes this is very inspirational. It almost sounds like a movie. Keep up the good work and the great log!
 
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