NEW YEARS RESOLUTION CONTEST
12-25-2010 11:33 PM
This is freaking cool!!! I just got some money for Christmas and was planning on stacking which included Erase and Alpha T2!!!! My New Years resolution has been in the works before hand. I am going to train 5 days a week: Chest and tri's one day mainly 10-12 reps with enough weight to control correct form. Back and Bi's, Legs, Shoulders, and abs. Each day I will make sure to do 30-45 minutes of cardio. I must say good bye to junk foods as I have already cut out bread. Meats will contain as fish, chicken, red meat, and plenty of veggies. My goal is to get my weight down from 250 to healthier 180-190. I have two boys who need their Dad and it's time to change for them, my beautiful wife of 11 years. and myself. I will be logging soon as order my stack. Stack will contain DS Activate Extreme, Primordial's TCF-1, USP Powerfull, Pes Erase and Pes Alpha T2. I wish ever buddy the best of luck in their resolution!!!!!!! Stay strong and weather the storm, no matter the front you will prevail if you wan't it badly enough.
12-26-2010 12:12 PM
12-26-2010 03:10 PM
The wait is killin me! Feeling better n better about my diet & discipline for this every day!! Was thinking about it last night. If I get my bf way down, I'll be needing all new jeans/pants!
12-26-2010 05:20 PM
Hello PES, first of all thank you for great products.. Erase has befriended me and become a staple of mine in latter weeks of pct.
New Years Resolution is to drink at least 1 gallon of water, not including any other liquids, per day. Side resolution is to put on more muscle mass.
To reach these goals, I will add a bit more sodium to my diet, as well as use room temperature water during the cold months. I will also be picking up a little trinket that reminds me of water to place at my desk so I will see it constantly.
As far as muscle mass this is my diet, which has recently been adjusted to increase cals.
8.30 - 3 whole scrambled eggs, 25g prot with 1.5 cups 1% milk
10.30 - 1 cup kashi go lean crunch cereal dry, 1 yoplait light yogurt, 1 apple, 1 can tuna fish
12.30 - bowl of pasta...2 cups(cooked) whole grain rotini with 1 cup of steamed broccoli, 1tbspn light country crock butter, salt/pepper/garlic powder/ 4 tsp parm cheese.
3.30 post wo- 1 cup oatmeal grinded up, 2tbsp milled flax seed, 25g protein powder all in a shake, about 1 1/2 cups brown rice with about 1 cup of black beans, apple
5.30 - about 10-12 oz chicken breast, 1-1/12 cup spinach or lima beans or brussel sprouts or steamed zuccini/squash, 1/2 cup trail mix.
8.00 - 2-3 4oz tilapia filet, sweet potato, banana
10:00 - about 1 cup of fat free cottage cheese with mandarin oranges in water fruit cup, drained added to it
My training is Sun-Thurs usually around 2.30pm, which will become 6.30 pm when work gets busy and OT kicks in. Day splits are
I am 6'1 188lbs now, with a short term goal of reaching 220lbs by May 1st. One lifestyle change I will be making is consuming less alcohol. Currently I will drink on avg a few beers 1d eow or so, with about 1 time a month drinking untill oblivion. Goal, few beers 1/month, oblivion 1 per 6 or 7 weeks. These are realistic goals for me, as I am a 32 yr old single male, and I will not cut out alcohol completely.
So this is my resolution, I have made it this year to where is is something that is actually attainable, but with slight to moderate difficulty for myself. So as long as I stick to my plan, I should be good to go.. So.. here's to sticking everyone!!
(Yay for puns lol)
12-26-2010 07:01 PM
12-26-2010 10:07 PM
spent about an hour and a half at the va hospital yesterday. i highly recommend giving of your time to others, it is elixar for the soul.
12-27-2010 12:16 PM
When I go home for holidays I usually stop by as well. My aunt works at the big one outside Tampa. Lots of people in there!
12-27-2010 12:46 PM
a guy i used to work with retired last year, he and his wife are the american legion co-ordinators at the va here. the va here in indy services vets from the entire state of indiana-there is never a shortage of things to be done. the american legion is truely a great organization, they do a tremendous amount of good for vets.
Originally Posted by nattydisaster
btw-congratulations on your caring for those in need. i have found it to be very rewarding.
12-28-2010 03:32 PM
I'm bumping this because thier isn't enough real entires, just a load of pictures, I'm currently stacking with all the usplabs supplements(including pslin) And winning this contest will help me save some money.
12-28-2010 03:55 PM
1st post = picture
Consider this my 2nd post, thanks for that bump
Post you New Years Resolution(s): Continuous Improvement AND what you are going to do to reach them. read AM, but what actually gets accomplished is just plain too unpredictable, like winning this lottery
What is you plan of action? Try out new supplements
What will your training, cardio & weights
diet, maintain a healthy one as best as possible and eat properly
supplementation, so many to choose from but having been natural for a few years its more difficult to stay that way with the recent supplements being presented which are sooo tempting
and lifestyle look like? Average, trying to make ends meet while raising a family, working 12 hr days, working out, good times with family and friends and of course experimenting with new supp's.
12-28-2010 04:01 PM
12-28-2010 06:05 PM
I plan on cutting my bf% until I am considerably ripped. I will continue towards this goal until it is reached. When I feel like I am where I want to be I will start a clean bulk. Whether I get to the bulk on this competition or not is yet to be seen, but those are my goals.
-Opti Men Vitamin
-EAS 100% Whey
-Jacked/C4/other PWO samples I have laying around
-Joint Health Supplement
I will be running a CKD diet starting January 1st through the end of March. After that I will decide whether to continue or switch to a more conventional diet.
I will be running an alternating weekly routine with low reps/high weight one week and high reps/medium weight the next with the following outline:
I may throw in some additional short cardio sessions if I feel up to it or that it's necessary.
12-28-2010 09:19 PM
Very nice well mapped out
12-29-2010 03:00 AM
Its about time these Aps start coming in!... Maybe it was my Leopard Thong idea? just saying
12-29-2010 12:20 PM
That's because of my bumpiness
Originally Posted by Liftergym33
12-29-2010 02:15 PM
I'm typing this up on my phone so be a little lenient in grammatical errors lol.
My near years resolution is for me to get into my ideal fight shape. I was down to about 151 lbs in early december. After the new release of the world of warcraft explanation (lol?) I've let myself go the last two weeks and back up to 155 consistently so for new years I want to considerably drop body fat %. My goal was to fight at 135, but that's with cutting water weight.
In order to accomplish this I'm going to sharpen up my diet once again. Cut out processed carbs, eat more fish chicken and veggies. Small portions multiple times daily. I work graveyards so fasted cardio works in my favor. I usually get up around 5 pm and head straight to training.
My training will look something like this...
Monday: 1 hour mma training
Tuesday: 2 hours training, lift if I can wake up early enough
Wednesday: typically it's nearly 3 hours of training, just depends on the intensity of our instructor training
Thursday: 2 hours training, lift if I can wake up early enough
Saturday: 1 hour training, lift
Sunday: off day if I made it to the gym tues/thurs, remaining muscle groups if I didn't.
My lifting regimen is going to be more of a lean muscle/endurance set up due to my weight restrictions.
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12-29-2010 06:42 PM
12-29-2010 06:59 PM
Gonna strip out to 260 or 15% BF, whichever comes first.
Plan: Continue with 4 day Upper/Lower Split, increase cardio. Tighten diet to 2950 cal/day with 45/40/15 macro split. If I do not see notable progress by February (as in at least 1-2 inches off of my waist) find a new lifting routine, cut calls to about 2600 daily.
12-29-2010 07:05 PM
Originally Posted by taman6886
12-29-2010 10:27 PM
Update to my new years resolution. Going from 250ish down to 175-190 will take time, However I am also going to be more active all around. The treadmil gets boring. I figure canoeing and trail hiking will only help benefit my weight loss plan. Over years of being unhealthy, my main goal besides weight loss and building defined healthy tissue, but to live a more active healthier life itself. Good luck to everyone one their resolution!!!!
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