Levrone Transformation: Back and bi workout from yesterday.

The workout I did yesterday is posted below in detail.

Back and arms are very sore today – that’s a good sign. Thanks guys for helping me crank out those last two reps.

My energy is down, my body is in healing mode. I feel like sleeping, but I have to fight that impulse because that’ll just make it harder next time.

I’m doing chest, shoulder and tri today – no excuses. I’m upping my calories to feed the muscles and hopefully help with recovery time.

I’ll post the video of today’s workout later tonight. Triceps will be the focus. Somebody on the blog asked if tris are totally recovered from tearing back in ’03. The answer is yes. And trust me when i say they’re ready for some punishment tonight.

Knowing you’re watching is forcing me to stay focused. Failure is not an option. I feel my body changing, but I also feel my mind changing, adapting to the new stresses I’m putting on my body. I am a peaceful person, but a killer instinct is setting in, and like before, I will channel this instinct into my lifting. I will get big. I will get ripped. I will do it naturally.

Again, check out the back and bi workout below if you’re interested.

Kevin

May 28th Back And Bi Workout

BACK

Front Lat Pulldowns:
4 sets, 8-10 reps, 200lbs (after warmup)

Rear Lat Pulldowns:
4 sets, 8-10 reps, 180lbs

Seated Rows:
4 sets, 8 reps, 220lbs (Every machine is different when it comes to feel and weight.)

ARMS

Standing Barbell Curls:
5 sets, 6 reps
50lbs (after warmup), 65lbs, 85lbs, 95lbs, 100lbs

Seated One Arm Machine Curls:
6 sets, 8 reps
80lbs, 90lbs, 100lbs, 110lbs, 120lbs, 135lbs

Standing Easy Curls Cable:
4 sets, 6-8 reps, 140lbs

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18 Responses to Levrone Transformation: Back and bi workout from yesterday.

  1. McK says:

    Hey Kevin, I was just wondering if you would be able to explain your bench press setup. Like do you concentrate on powerlifting techniques like leg drive etc.?
    Excellent log, I’ll definitely be keeping up to date.

  2. SammieSam says:

    hey kevin, why do bodybuilders wear lifting belts through their whole workout?

  3. felix83 says:

    Way to go Kevin! “I am a peaceful person, but a killer instinct is setting in, and like before, I will channel this instinct into my lifting. I will get big. I will get ripped. I will do it naturally.”
    Best ever.

  4. Monsterhandz says:

    but what about your leg workout? can you list that too Kev??

  5. RoB says:

    1997 Battle For The Olympia picture, nice….-)

  6. RoB says:

    1997 Battle For The Olympia picture, nice!!

  7. Wes says:

    Go Levrone!

    much strength in your journey kevin and return to the good old days

    Wes – Brazil

  8. Pavel says:

    what an inspiration!

  9. Andy says:

    Hey Kevin, I was just wondering, you ramped the sets for biceps, but did straight sets for back. I’ve watched some of your training videos and you seemed to ramp the sets for back in those. Any particular reason for you opting for straight sets this time?

    Thanks

  10. Danjell says:

    Go go go Kevin!

  11. Katiero says:

    I’m watching, so stay focused! Nice back and biceps training for a new start. Tell me something, this was the fourth training after 4 years stopped? Cool!!

  12. dnyhan says:

    Hi Kevin,
    Quick questions for ya.

    1. Why no chins/deadlifts?
    2. Why so much volume for arms and so little volume for back?

    Cheers,
    Dan

  13. Tim Tilburg says:

    Kevin!!!!!

    Great workout man, and your really blasting tho’s biceps at the end, with so much sets. I usually keep it at 6 to 9. But i’m gonna try this next time. Keep it up, those vids, workout journals, it’s all pure motivation baby

  14. Jason K says:

    I have been following you since the 1990’s. I also have been training my self for years. Your a great inspiration to all body builders. Much success.
    I”ll watch your progress.
    Thank you
    Jason.

  15. Steve S says:

    Great to see you back at it Kevin! I will keep your blog bookmarked. Very inspirational my man keep it up!

  16. Zac says:

    Hey man I just wanted too say that I think that it’s awesome that you are going to start training again, and would also like to say that you’ve inspired me to do better hitting the weights

  17. Mike says:

    I’m amazed at the weights you are using after such a long layoff. This blog will be educational for a lot of people.

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