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Almost puked; The history of JSF.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008 by  
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Well, all I can say after yesterday’s leg workout is I’m very glad I only have to do it two more times. That is the toughest leg workout I’ve ever done – end of story. I’ve got a very strong stomach when it comes to physical exertion; I have never in my life puked from working out, but I came closer than I ever have yesterday. After the three triple-drop sets of Bulgarians I had to fight back the very strong urge to let my guts go. The whole time I was doing the final exercise (lying leg curls), I seriously thought I was going to lose it. Thankfully I made it through the workout without making a horrible mess of my gym.

After the workout I had to force myself to wash down 15g of dry EAA powder (which tastes horrible under the best of circumstances) with a huge glass of cherry-flavored RESULTS. Then a protein shake. I don’t know how I got it all down, but somehow I did.

Today is chest and triceps, and I’m really looking forward to this workout (here’s the workout and discussion). My chest and triceps have each increased in size and strength a great deal over the past few months, and I’m absolutely loving it! Also, my shoulders have not given me an ounce of trouble on this bulk, and that’s been a huge relief. It’s been real nice to slide under the bar and not have to worry about my shoulders.

Those of you who have not been visiting the site since its inception might be interested in learning about the history of JSF and its early evolution. “HevyMetal” started a thread on the forum wondering who the first poster was, and the discussion sort of evolved from there. A few posts down I decided to contruct a time line of the major events that took place over that pivotal first year. You can check out the thread here.

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