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    By way of introduction I am a member of SE and was introduced to DC training philosophies over there. I have read the CFP thread in its entirety and saw several mentions throughout the thread of a DC training spreadsheet to log DC style workouts. I have done a search on this board and haven't turned up anything. Can someone point me in the right direction. Thanks.

  • #2
    I apolgize for this blunt statement. Get a friggin' notebook. it's that simple.

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    • #3
      KD, Welcome to the board and do not be offended by Mikey is was let out of his cage this morning and I will call his handler in a moment.

      Just a simple spiral note book is fine, write down your workset numbers with the name of the exercise and you are good to go, when you start your second rotatation write down your previous numbers and weight next to that exercise so you can beat the weight or reps from the last time...
      "That damn log book"

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      • #4
        PM PTAaron. He uses a spread prog I believe. I liked spreads to. I just can't part with my "Stary Night" Van Gogh notebook. Welcome to the board and good luck!
        International Elite Raw Powerlifter
        Blood - Sweat - Chalk

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        • #5
          Thank you In-Human for the much more gentlemanly response to our new member. MikeyG, I suggest it might be better for you and the people around you if you took some estrogen with your breakfast tomorrow morning. :smooch:

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          • #6
            LOL!!!

            KD- Welcome to the board bro. I once again apolgize for my statement. I just try to keep everything simple as possible, it seems to me that it is of human nature that we like to complicate things so much....especially after seeing a few twerps in the gym with palm pilots recording everything... heck if i knew if they recorded their VO2 max, heart rate, as well for the blood pressure during the exercise to meet their exertion volume rate.

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            • #7
              MikeyG, for some people though using technology makes it more interesting. I liked doing my extra class work online. It's just more fun to me. I don't like to write letters but I will type one. Who knows. If they are in the gym trying, then I give them credit.
              International Elite Raw Powerlifter
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              • #8
                Lol... oh man.. I didn't mean to offend anyone! I was making a simple statement, where people just complicates things when they shouldn't at all.

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                • #9
                  No, I get what you are saying.
                  International Elite Raw Powerlifter
                  Blood - Sweat - Chalk

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by MikeyG
                    LOL!!!

                    KD- Welcome to the board bro. I once again apolgize for my statement. I just try to keep everything simple as possible, it seems to me that it is of human nature that we like to complicate things so much....especially after seeing a few twerps in the gym with palm pilots recording everything... heck if i knew if they recorded their VO2 max, heart rate, as well for the blood pressure during the exercise to meet their exertion volume rate.
                    Thanks for the welcome and to MikeyG, no apology is necessary. In fact I probably deserved such a response. I should have probably prefaced me earlier post with the fact that I do have a notebook and even actually know how to write in it. Having said that I just noticed several mentions in the CFP thread about a spreadsheet and I have also noticed that putting such a program together in a notebook like I would normally is a little awkard when utilizing the RP scheme. I look forward the the pearls of wisdom (and insults MikeyG lol) any of you guys can throw my way.

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                    • #11
                      Talk to Aaron.
                      International Elite Raw Powerlifter
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Future
                        MikeyG, for some people though using technology makes it more interesting. I liked doing my extra class work online. It's just more fun to me. I don't like to write letters but I will type one. Who knows. If they are in the gym trying, then I give them credit.
                        Wait, never insult Mikey that way, technology that may send him into a tail spin and the BigP would be kicking his ass in the gym again...
                        "That damn log book"

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                        • #13
                          KD, You want insults, just hang around for a while, we get into some pretty good moods here, with all the high test levels and the clomid times and lets not forget the damn low carbs, so don't go pissing me off, got it, I get banning happy sometimes, you don't agree with me, off with your Forearms...
                          "That damn log book"

                          www.trueprotein.com Highest quality protein at the lowest price...

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                          • #14
                            KD.....I have the Excel spreadsheet that I use for my workouts. I just put it in a manilla folder, and when I get home, it goes into a spiral notebook.

                            PM me your e-mail addy, and I'll send it over to you.

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                            • #15
                              I use a pre-printed spreadsheet for my workouts. The left column has all my exercises and there are three other rows labeled Monday, Wednesday, Friday, so for each exercise I do I just write the weight used and reps. I figure it's less writing than using a notebook and having to write the name of each exercise; after some of my sets I'm so fryed that it's all I can do to hold the pen steady enough to write the numbers, much less have to spell out every exercise.

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