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Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Sat Apr 28, 2012 12:49 am
by Fearless6691
171 already :)

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Sat Apr 28, 2012 10:30 am
by biscuits69
Hah i expect a play by play breakdown of what happened (or video)

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Sun Apr 29, 2012 1:38 am
by Fearless6691
I won in dominant fashion in 1:36 I'll post a video and a break down of the fight tomorrow!

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Sun Apr 29, 2012 12:54 pm
by Fearless6691
Here is a great angle from one of my friends phone
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=442740425740796
He uploaded it to facebook though, but it should still be view-able.
I'm going out to lunch with my team to eat some nasty nasty food since I haven't in MONTHS.

I highly suggest you watch the facebook version, you can see how I reversed his throw for the slam better.

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Sun Apr 29, 2012 11:47 pm
by Acepitbull
Congrats on your win. I remember my first fight. It was quite a high. I hope you have many more victories. Keep working hard.

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 1:16 am
by Fearless6691
Acepitbull wrote:Congrats on your win. I remember my first fight. It was quite a high. I hope you have many more victories. Keep working hard.

Thanks, it feels unreal! What is your record?

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 2:03 am
by biscuits69
hahah nice work yo, i like how you flattened him out and hes kinda flailing his legs

cant see the facebook version though. Also no one is probably going to see this you could probably post it up in another part of the forum

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 3:15 am
by Fearless6691
biscuits69 wrote:hahah nice work yo, i like how you flattened him out and hes kinda flailing his legs

cant see the facebook version though. Also no one is probably going to see this you could probably post it up in another part of the forum

Once the promotion sends me their footage I am going to do a full break down and post in MMA Discussion
Thanks for the compliment though!

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 1:42 pm
by Acepitbull
Fearless6691 wrote:
Acepitbull wrote:Congrats on your win. I remember my first fight. It was quite a high. I hope you have many more victories. Keep working hard.

Thanks, it feels unreal! What is your record?


I was 14-1-1 as an amatuer. I don't fight anymore. I train now for fun and to keep in shape. God had other plans for my life other than being a pro fighter. I made my peace with that years ago.

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 8:59 pm
by Fearless6691
Acepitbull wrote:
Fearless6691 wrote:
Acepitbull wrote:Congrats on your win. I remember my first fight. It was quite a high. I hope you have many more victories. Keep working hard.

Thanks, it feels unreal! What is your record?


I was 14-1-1 as an amatuer. I don't fight anymore. I train now for fun and to keep in shape. God had other plans for my life other than being a pro fighter. I made my peace with that years ago.

Cool man, do you run 5 3 1, or did you when you use to fight? I did SS leading up to this fight and I want to put 5lbs of lean strong muscle on before my next fight to make my cut a little bit better.

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 10:01 pm
by Acepitbull
I'm not a big fan of Wendler's 5/3/1/ program. I like the Starr's 5x5 the best. I also like a 3 set & rep program. (I posted about it in S&C.) I alternate back and forth whenever I plateau. Are you not going up 5-10lb a week with the 5x5? I would stick with it until you stop making gains for a few weeks. Then, after you hit a plateau, then maybe check into the 5/3/1. Eat high protein and work the 5 x 5 program, and do some assistance work. You can put on 5lb no prob. Drink a bunch of organic milk. GOMAD will put 5lb on you in no time. I've always liked to drink milk and eat big steaks :biggrin:

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2012 12:17 am
by Fearless6691
Acepitbull wrote:I'm not a big fan of Wendler's 5/3/1/ program. I like the Starr's 5x5 the best. I also like a 3 set & rep program. (I posted about it in S&C.) I alternate back and forth whenever I plateau. Are you not going up 5-10lb a week with the 5x5? I would stick with it until you stop making gains for a few weeks. Then, after you hit a plateau, then maybe check into the 5/3/1. Eat high protein and work the 5 x 5 program, and do some assistance work. You can put on 5lb no prob. Drink a bunch of organic milk. GOMAD will put 5lb on you in no time. I've always liked to drink milk and eat big steaks :biggrin:

Yeah I want to make super lean gains, and I don't think I have the money for GOMAD, shit or the time. I did Starr's for a while but I was way to sore to do a lot of skill work. I really like SS, I might just stick with it.

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 9:49 pm
by Fearless6691
Get back on SS or start 5 3 1? Hmmm

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 8:46 pm
by Acepitbull
5 sets of 5 reps of key lifts.......deadlifts, squats, bench press, military press, power cleans, and barbell rows.....Do the heaviest weight possible that challenges you do get 5 sets of 5 reps. When you can get all 25 reps then it is time to add 10lb to the barbell. Continue adding weight every time you achieve all 25 reps. Work a little assitance stuff. This works! You will be sore, but in a couple of months you'll get used to it and the soreness will not be that bad. Work this for 4-5 months and you will make big gains.

Re: Fearless6691 - Time to get strong

PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 8:59 pm
by Fearless6691
Acepitbull wrote:5 sets of 5 reps of key lifts.......deadlifts, squats, bench press, military press, power cleans, and barbell rows.....Do the heaviest weight possible that challenges you do get 5 sets of 5 reps. When you can get all 25 reps then it is time to add 10lb to the barbell. Continue adding weight every time you achieve all 25 reps. Work a little assitance stuff. This works! You will be sore, but in a couple of months you'll get used to it and the soreness will not be that bad. Work this for 4-5 months and you will make big gains.

Strength or size gains?

I'm training at Dan Severns place this summer. Going to really tune my wrestling in.