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    Hi, I'm Tony, and I am a MMAtist, and grappler( Catch-as-Catch-can Wrestling & Boxing).
    I am 29 yrs old, 5'5 and 205lbs ( but looking to drop down to 185lbs).

    Since I am a dwarf of sorts, and cannot grow any taller, I plan to get a lean as possible, and as
    strong as possible so I can rip peoples heads off of there bodys as fast as possible, while sustaining as little damage as possible so I can make as much money doing what I love as possible, and score as many hot chicks as possible......

    I have also currently switched my programming. I was previously on The Texas Method for quite a while, and tho it enabled me to pick up walrus's and throw them fair distances, I needed a change. I am currently on my second meso-cycle of 5-3-1.

    So here is how I stack up.

    Squat: 450lbs x1

    Dead Lift: 535lbs x1

    Press: 210lbs x1

    Power Clean: 230lbs x1

    Bench Press: 300x1

    Chin ups: BW x 12

    Power Snatch: 165lbs x 1

    Dips: BW x 30

    For conditioning besides submission wrestling, and boxing I do wind sprints, hill sprints, and jump rope. Somtimes I do BW HIIT sessions. I also like barbell complex's ( but dont do them much anymore, tho I should) and also make sure to get in my plyo's

    Todays session:

    DeadLift -- 300x5, 350x5, 400x10
    ( felt somthing pop in my hand first rep of last set, and had to re-adjust, play through pain, and really grind it out.) Not all reps were consecutive on last set ex..4,2,1,2,1 due to hand injury

    Deadlift--250lbsx5x10 (boring but big)

    Hang Snatch--135lbsx5x3 (like to finish most Iron sessions w/ Oly Lift)

    Was sapposed to do decline sit ups, or Hanging leg raises but hand to run.

    Cardio session latter was interval jump rope 40:20 for 20 minutes. All sets done pretty much as fast as possible

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    ::Food tallys for the day::

    breakfast--3 eggs, cheddar chesse,whole grain english muffin, 3 slices bacon, oatmeal w/ peanut butter, half an apple

    lunch--post work out shake & BCAA's w/water during work out

    dinner--half roast chicken, red potatoes w/ fennal, italian bread

    Snacks--hot chocolate

    (note: First day of carbo cycling so im getting all my carbs in today)

    Tommorow off to work 16-18 hrs straight and then drop dead from exhuastion
    (11pm-3pm)..hope to get some work in latter on.

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    Damn you're strong.

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    Fook! You are strong.

    Check out KSC's log. He's about your height and inhumanely strong as well. Glad I don't compete in the 200 pound weight class (lol).

    Oh, and you have admirable goals. Fine goals indeed.

    so I can rip peoples heads off of there bodys ...and score as many hot chicks as possible

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    haha Thanx brudders, but I am not strong ENOUGH !

    It took a long time, alotta agrivated sciatica's during deadlifts, barbell dumps deep in the squat, and lots of other nonsense inurys, and poor training/programming mistakes, to atleast attain this level of strength. I honestly dont think its anything special, and nothing thats not out of anybodys reach.

    and yes tho my goals may be lofty, I damn sure do try hard lol

    I worked from 11pm last night and got home 3pm today, and I think my training is pretty much shot today unless I can muster the strength to do some plyo's or sprints or what not.


    Training-- TBA

    Foodage's consumed

    Breakfast -- 3 eggs scrambled w/ Cheddar Cheese, Bacon, 3 cranberry and sweet corn pancakes, w/ butter and syrup, and 2 cups of coffey w/ milk & stevia

    Snack -- Water & Diet Snapple Ice tea lol

    Lunch -- Chicken salad lettuce wraps w/ bacon and tomato (4) , handfull of mixed nuts

    Dinner-- TBA.

    Snack-- TBA.

    Supps

    Multi-V, Vitamin C, CLA, O3 Fish oil, BCAA's, Creatine....ran out of L- Carnatine

    Sleep - 2 hours in my truck & whatever my screaming kids and nagging wife permit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misspelledgeoff View Post
    ... inhumanely strong as well.
    This has to be the most awesome mis-spelling I've seen on these boards - perfect for a strong dude talking about ripping heads off! Or was it intentional? Either way - made my day!

    I'm looking foreword to following your log Tony. What's your fighting history like so far?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKT View Post
    This has to be the most awesome mis-spelling I've seen on these boards - perfect for a strong dude talking about ripping heads off! Or was it intentional? Either way - made my day!

    I'm looking foreword to following your log Tony. What's your fighting history like so far?
    Well I started out amature boxing for 4years, then after a break I got into submission wrestling wich I have been doing for around 31/2-4years now as well.

    I participated in alot of bullshit "smoking shows" when I box'd, and a bunch of grappling tourneys since I've started sub-wrestling. When I hit the 190-185 mark, I will step into the ring for my MMA debute. I am definetly not fighting HW at 5'5 lol.

    I also did absolutly no training today,but squeezed in a 3 hour power nap.

    Also ate me some ground turkey meat loaf muffins, and salad.

    Probolly will need a half gallon of coffey for work...then its off to another 16hour shift...followed by my
    bench press day on my 2nd mesocycle of 5-3-1.

    Then maybe a HIIT session if im not passed out.

    Also..mispeling rulezz. Its a sign of mightyness ! ! !
    Last edited by TheTonyT; 09-21-2010 at 07:47 PM.

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    Tony you are officially my INSPIRATION. I was actually looking for a thread like this for a while, and it just happened to be here ...I haven't boxed in a year...and have to start training next month at a new gym opening up in the city. You got any tips for me? I just do the basic starting strength routine (Squat, Bench, Deadlift, Benchpress, Overhead-press...You get the picture?). I currently weigh 163, height 5'10 and am trying to hit 185...Although, Boxing will make it terribly hard for me to reach 185 next month when I start training...Got any advice on how I can maintain linear progression on gaining weight while boxing and lifting? Also, 1 more thing, do these compound lifts really help in boxing? I mean, most faggoty boxers now a days have biceps and no LEGS....So should I expect explosive energy when I come start fighting? I'm really expecting that my squats and dead-lifts will tear opponents apart in the ring with such explosive energy. Please tell me I'm correct...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BicepCurlsAreForFags View Post
    Tony you are officially my INSPIRATION. I was actually looking for a thread like this for a while, and it just happened to be here ...I haven't boxed in a year...and have to start training next month at a new gym opening up in the city. You got any tips for me? I just do the basic starting strength routine (Squat, Bench, Deadlift, Benchpress, Overhead-press...You get the picture?). I currently weigh 163, height 5'10 and am trying to hit 185...Although, Boxing will make it terribly hard for me to reach 185 next month when I start training...Got any advice on how I can maintain linear progression on gaining weight while boxing and lifting? Also, 1 more thing, do these compound lifts really help in boxing? I mean, most faggoty boxers now a days have biceps and no LEGS....So should I expect explosive energy when I come start fighting? I'm really expecting that my squats and dead-lifts will tear opponents apart in the ring with such explosive energy. Please tell me I'm correct...
    lol thank you , but I am totally the wrong guy to be inspired by..especially with all the computer porn I watch, and cheeseburgers I eat ( no bread of course ! )

    Well if you want my opinion if your intrested in gaining weight just eat above your caloric needs. The harder you train the harder you have to eat. This is as simple as it gets.

    Also some people like to lift before they box..some after. If you can put them on seperate days then thats great, if not, then I would say minimum 2-3 hr recovery before you go from one to the other, but this is also based on how intese your weights ,or boxing session is. I usually keep them on seperate days, but when I have to, I will lift before I wrestle/box.

    Make sure your getting your L-glutamine and your BCAA's in too after a hard days training either.

    As far as weights helping people box better,they dont. Only dillegent skill practice will give you straighter, harder, faster ,more accurate punchs. What the weights will do is add the "umph" behind the punch, kick, takedown etc. etc. They will also help your total power output, and speed. They arnt necessery but they sure cant hurt, and all they can do is help. Most great fighters never touched weights, but thats mainly do to ignorance, and archaic midevil training practices.

    The great saying goes. " If two fighters are equal in skill, the stronger of the two will win"

    So yeah, stick with the weight training, but dont realy on strength to help you be a better fighter. Its strength within technique.

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    Okay I just got back from the gym and the results are as follows

    First off:
    Breakfast -Mexican omlete w/ cheddar cheese, chipotle sauce and chicken w/ 2slice whole wheat toast with jam...and coffey w/ milk and stevia x2.

    Work:
    Jack hammerd/Pavement breaking -30mins
    Hole digging -1hour
    Hole backfilling -20minutes

    Snack:
    Iced un-sweetend green tea w/mint flavor & bag of nuts

    Lunch:
    3 Wendys double cheeseburgers w/ no buns..4 chicken nuggets

    Workout: BCAA's w/ water

    Bench Press -185x3, 215x3, 245x4

    Bench Press 2 - 160x5x10

    Kroc Rows ( 1arm Dbell) - 120x10, 160x20

    Power cleans - 180x5x3

    Post workout nutrition -Isopure zero carb protien drink

    Dinner - Grilled chicken w/ tomato and mozzerlla ( it was a wrap, but Im on a carb cycle so I had to 86 the bread)

    Grocery shopping, then hopefully a snack & a nap before work...

    Tommorow...17hours at work again, and then I hit the matt this week finally ! ! !

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    Wow, what a long horrible 2 hours of sleep, and one hour power nap day...


    Foodages:

    Breakfast -- 4 eggs, chedar cheese, salsa,sourcream, 2 slices whole wheat toast (1 with jam), 2 cups of coffery w/milk and stevia

    Lunch --2 lettuce turkey wraps with cheese, light mayo, and tomato. Water

    Snack -- hand full of mixed nuts & Water

    Dinner --grilled chicken gyro salad ( Wasnt sapposed to eat the pita bread, but man it fooking ruled !)
    Diet 7 up

    Training --

    Submission wrestling conditioning,drills, & techneque 6:40-9:10 ( water w/ BCAA's)

    Ate my dinner after training. I feel like I got hit by a damn bus..being driven by a Rhinosoros, with Buffalo passengers.

    Now time to go to work...Tommorow...SQUAT DAYYY ! ! !

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