Hyperpump impressions

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  1. Hyperpump impressions


    Right now I am in the last week of whole body workouts so good pumps don't come that easily. Next week i shift to a more conventional workout structure, and this should really shine.

    First workout Sunday 4/6
    Taste + thickness were a little odd, but not bad. drank it and started working out within 5 minutes. Reached a new PR in squats, and all exercises felt really good. set to set recovery time was great as well, a few times I found myself not quite ready breathwise when my muscles felt ready for another set. At the end of the workout, I had a moderate chest pump, a moderate to strong tris pump, and a strong bis pump. The chest + tris pump faded within about 30-45 min, the bicep pumps still were there a little up to maybe 2 hours later.


  2. 4/8

    I started my workout on squats, and just didn't feel it in me. failed at 8 reps (doing set of 20). Realized the bottle of hyperpump was in my pocket, and hadn't drank it. popped it right then, and went on with my workout. new PR on wide grip pulldowns. worked biceps a little higher weight today, they felt "snug" even 3 hours later. Was a nice pump on bis + tris today, didn't really get much on chest.
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  3. Today I remembered the hyperpump, and made it thru my 20 squats too. Man does that suck, 20 squats This was the end of the full body workouts, I think i'm going back to SAIS routine, as its pleasant and has enough variation that I don't get bored.

    Bicep pumps today were extra nice, chest felt good too, tris not so much this time.

  4. what are you lifting for your 20 squat set?

  5. 140 + machine weight, so at least 170 i'd guess
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    140 + machine weight, so at least 170 i'd guess
    Nice (I can't do squats due to a car wreck, so I envy you for that!!)....great log!!

  7. ah that sucks. I am kinda limited too, but just by arthritis. i can only go a little below parallel with any amount of weight without it hurting. if I do 10 ass to ground squats with just bodyweight it hurts


    forgot to update for today. Was chest + bis in new routine. Really a nice pump on both, got a bit of the visibly stretched skin look on bis - where its kind of extra glossy

  8. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    ah that sucks. I am kinda limited too, but just by arthritis. i can only go a little below parallel with any amount of weight without it hurting. if I do 10 ass to ground squats with just bodyweight it hurts


    forgot to update for today. Was chest + bis in new routine. Really a nice pump on both, got a bit of the visibly stretched skin look on bis - where its kind of extra glossy

    Ahhh the process of getting old.....gotta love it!

  9. yeah, 40 isn't exactly fun.

    today should be an interesting workout, will be legs + back, and if I feel up to it triceps too. hard to say what energy will be left after legs/back.

  10. well the answer to my question is "not much"

    as maybe you can guess by what time my other post was, I didn't sleep too well last nite. got under 5 hours worth, but rolled out of bed almost 2 hours early anyhow, and started my day. workout was legs + back. Got partway thru squats before I realized I forgot hyperpump, so next set break I went and took it

    Didn't really slaughter any prior highs, but this is first time back to this workout routine in a while (and first time on my home gym) so I needed to reestablish working weights. Was doing squats for 200lbs, which was pretty nice, and wide grip pulldowns are just breaking bodyweight. Ended up with a nice back pump, as well as a little bit of a bi pump. Was a nice workout, and could definitely tell the difference after the hyperpump

  11. I'll hit the tris later today, either after lunch or before bed

  12. again today forgot the hyperpump at the beginning so got thru 2 sets before I realized it silly me. Today's experience was a little different though. I got a really nice chest pump and fantastic shoulder pump during the workout (possibly best shoulder pump ever), but for whatever reason they both faded pretty fast after the workout. The chest still kept a little pump, but not much. the shoulders went from super pump to just sore within 30-45 minutes post workout. Granted thats not bad, but the other days it seemed to hang around even longer

  13. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    well the answer to my question is "not much"

    as maybe you can guess by what time my other post was, I didn't sleep too well last nite. got under 5 hours worth, but rolled out of bed almost 2 hours early anyhow, and started my day. workout was legs + back. Got partway thru squats before I realized I forgot hyperpump, so next set break I went and took it

    Didn't really slaughter any prior highs, but this is first time back to this workout routine in a while (and first time on my home gym) so I needed to reestablish working weights. Was doing squats for 200lbs, which was pretty nice, and wide grip pulldowns are just breaking bodyweight. Ended up with a nice back pump, as well as a little bit of a bi pump. Was a nice workout, and could definitely tell the difference after the hyperpump

    Nice...does it hit you fast like it does me and some others...I mean I feel it in like 10-15 mins max....maybe I'm a freak case, but who knows...

    What type of home gym do you have....I bought Ironmaster dumbells and two workout benchs....since I can't do squats...lunges work okay (legs are small so not nearly as good as squats)

    I m think about buying the $1k add on for leg press and a few others....I just need more room in my apartment....three bedroom coming soon...lol.
  14. Wink


    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    again today forgot the hyperpump at the beginning so got thru 2 sets before I realized it silly me. Today's experience was a little different though. I got a really nice chest pump and fantastic shoulder pump during the workout (possibly best shoulder pump ever), but for whatever reason they both faded pretty fast after the workout. The chest still kept a little pump, but not much. the shoulders went from super pump to just sore within 30-45 minutes post workout. Granted thats not bad, but the other days it seemed to hang around even longer

    Makes me wonder if tolerance would come into play.

    BTW you have a memory like mine....but a little better....I'll just completely forget until I m done with the workout and be like....that was as intense....OH YEAH I FORGOT THE....lol.

    I need some Ginko.

    When I get older I think I'll just tat my name and SSN on myself so I can remember

  15. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    well the answer to my question is "not much"

    as maybe you can guess by what time my other post was, I didn't sleep too well last nite. got under 5 hours worth, but rolled out of bed almost 2 hours early anyhow, and started my day. workout was legs + back. Got partway thru squats before I realized I forgot hyperpump, so next set break I went and took it

    Didn't really slaughter any prior highs, but this is first time back to this workout routine in a while (and first time on my home gym) so I needed to reestablish working weights. Was doing squats for 200lbs, which was pretty nice, and wide grip pulldowns are just breaking bodyweight. Ended up with a nice back pump, as well as a little bit of a bi pump. Was a nice workout, and could definitely tell the difference after the hyperpump

    Hey in regards to sleep did the Nocturnabol help? I don't take it every night so when I need it it works, but wonder if it does lose effect with continous use??

  16. it hits pretty fast, I notice it within the first 10 min or so. I couldn't imagine tolerance coming into play, but possible. More likely it was just the combination of lack of sleep and what I particularly ate. I've now been doing a strict CKD for a full week, so thats a bit different too (previously was a TKD).

    the home gym is a body solid leverage system. I've got it plus a set of powerblocks for dbs


  17. Quote Originally Posted by LazeDragon View Post
    Hey in regards to sleep did the Nocturnabol help? I don't take it every night so when I need it it works, but wonder if it does lose effect with continous use??
    I saw no dropoff in effectiveness at 2 weeks, but did stop taking it. My wife is due to deliver any day now (she keeps getting contractions) so I decided I didn't want to be taking anything prebed that would potentially leave me groggy at all if I needed to make a 2am rush to the hospital i'll be resuming it as soon as he's born

  18. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    it hits pretty fast, I notice it within the first 10 min or so. I couldn't imagine tolerance coming into play, but possible. More likely it was just the combination of lack of sleep and what I particularly ate. I've now been doing a strict CKD for a full week, so thats a bit different too (previously was a TKD).

    the home gym is a body solid leverage system. I've got it plus a set of powerblocks for dbs


    NICE!!! I wish I had room for that!!

  19. takes a full bedroom up. my wife wasn't happy about loosing the guest room, but no longer paying for a gym membership was nice

  20. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    I saw no dropoff in effectiveness at 2 weeks, but did stop taking it. My wife is due to deliver any day now (she keeps getting contractions) so I decided I didn't want to be taking anything prebed that would potentially leave me groggy at all if I needed to make a 2am rush to the hospital i'll be resuming it as soon as he's born

    Cool. Yeah that's probably a good idea. Is this the first child or no? Man I would like a boy as well!!! Congrats....knowing my lucky...I'll have 4 more girls before we get a boy....Man I'm going to have to be rich to support all those kids.

    OKAY starting now.....LD's is taking monetary donations....it's for the kids people!!...lol

    LD

  21. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    takes a full bedroom up. my wife wasn't happy about loosing the guest room, but no longer paying for a gym membership was nice

    Yeah don't forget to remind her....she gets a benefit too. No fat husband, but a built one!! That's how I would spin it anyway if it became an ordeal...lol.

  22. this is #3, the other 2 are girls. one is 11, the other is 3 (both birthdays in may). what are yours?

  23. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    this is #3, the other 2 are girls. one is 11, the other is 3 (both birthdays in may). what are yours?

    Well currently engaged. My soon to be step-daughter will be 5 in Oct. I m gunning for a boy here soon

  24. And I forgot saturday's workout... legs + back and somehow I forgot it was supposed be triceps and did biceps instead. reached a new high in squats, also ended up with a bit of a hamstring pump which was novel. back workout was nice and strong too. I had taken the hyperpump about 10 minutes prior to working out this time. Also, this was my first carbup so I was loaded with healthy carbs. Didn't end up so much with back / lats pumps, did get a really nice bicep pump

  25. ah dangit. forgot the hyperpump preworkout today. was a nice workout anyhow, but didn't get the nice upper back pump. pity.

  26. today I forgot the hyperpump until the middle of my second set of flat bench. little details, a lot on my mind with the new baby I took it and went online for 10 min or so to let it settle then went back to the workout. Was really nice I have a good solid pump going thru my chest and shoulders still 2 hours later. wish I would have worked bis too

  27. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    today I forgot the hyperpump until the middle of my second set of flat bench. little details, a lot on my mind with the new baby I took it and went online for 10 min or so to let it settle then went back to the workout. Was really nice I have a good solid pump going thru my chest and shoulders still 2 hours later. wish I would have worked bis too

    Next log Ginko....lol.

  28. today's dosing was a little different. for a change I took 4 rpm an hour previous on empty stomach, and only had a shake preworkout. I took the hyperpump 15 minutes preworkout and had a REALLY good workout. hit a new PR in squats (300lbs) as well as wide grip lat pulldowns (200lbs). have a nice upper back pump, and its 3 hrs later

  29. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    today's dosing was a little different. for a change I took 4 rpm an hour previous on empty stomach, and only had a shake preworkout. I took the hyperpump 15 minutes preworkout and had a REALLY good workout. hit a new PR in squats (300lbs) as well as wide grip lat pulldowns (200lbs). have a nice upper back pump, and its 3 hrs later

    LOL great minds think alike. My pre-workout is RPM and Hyperpump. I thought of it earlier today at work and they only have one similar NO ingredient. I figured this would be a killer combo. I use RPM pre-workout all the time, now that I have some Hyperpump I figured I would use them both...lol.

    That's kind of freaky.


    LD

  30. I always have rpm here but don't always use it. with the early morning workouts i don't quite get a full hour, and I generally have a very light meal inbetween. so rpm doesn't work too well for me then, so I use it more for general energy purposes, and cardio days
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