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  1. Quote Originally Posted by ayanes35 View Post
    We did it! Well, I didn't take first overall but I did score second in Class A and one of my best friends won 1st in class E at the NPC Arizona Open! That was our first show and a national qualifier for top two in each height class so looks like we will be putting in some work to tear up a national stage together! To think that I convinced him to start dieting and training 3 three weeks out too...

    My next goal for summer is to prepare myself for my first show on the national stage.
    I'll accomplish my goal by adding some mass over the course of the school year because my coach wants to put me in next years USA's at the same body fat but about 10 lbs heavier! I'm ready to go freaking insane!

    I definitely caught the bug for competing after this weekend!
    Congrats ayanes! Good luck with your future goals.
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  2. I want to be able to run a mile in under 7:30 and complete 2 miles before 17 minutes.

    Going to accomplish that by running everyday for the past 2 months and everyday going up in speed. Started by jogging 5x a week and on the 6th day going in an all out run. Rest on the 7th day and than start all over again.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by KingLeonidas9 View Post
    I want to be able to run a mile in under 7:30 and complete 2 miles before 17 minutes.

    Going to accomplish that by running everyday for the past 2 months and everyday going up in speed. Started by jogging 5x a week and on the 6th day going in an all out run. Rest on the 7th day and than start all over again.
    Running sucks

    I had to train for a 1.5 run test timed. I got my time to ten minutes flat by doing the following:

    Run as far as I can (if not the 1.5 mile) then do sprint intervals of 1 minute on 1 minute off.

    For a total of 30 minutes. So however fast u run that 1.5 or however far u get straight through. The rest of it you are doing sprints at a faster pace. This will build your endurance and explosiveness at the same time and make running your 1.5-2 miles a breeze!

  4. Running does suck. Why run when you can take the car.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by hugojaya View Post
    Running does suck. Why run when you can take the car.
    You are welcome to come to Fort Benning with me next month and ask one of the drill sargents that. lol
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by KingLeonidas9 View Post
    You are welcome to come to Fort Benning with me next month and ask one of the drill sargents that. lol
    Lol..I will come next month...I hear GA is great this time of year.

  7. I would also like to be able to perform over 80 push ups and sit ups in 2 minutes before I ship out to basic training. The minimum for my age is 46 push ups and 52 sit ups but I always try to hit the max and never settle for minimum.

    Hopefully my shoulder and forearm injury will heal up in the next week or so I can go back to banging out push ups every hour. I don't want to fail on the very first day because of the sharp pains. Sit ups I do every time I have to pee. I drop down and do my sits ups in a nice pace and towards the end about 30 seconds to go I do them really fast.
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  8. Another goal;

    I would like to get my wife involved with health and fitness. I have been trying and trying for years, and she starts to workout, then loses motivation. I am not pushing too hard, and I am careful not to be negative about her short workouts.
    But, I will continue to work on it, perhaps try to get her on a AP+OEP powder+Compound 20 stack to lean her out.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post

    Congrats ayanes! Good luck with your future goals.
    Thanks! Well I seem to have binged a bit the first couple days after my show. Yesterday, I started getting back in the swing of a more balanced diet but after water weight, carbs and the 2 days of reckless eating I'm back up 10 lbs. It's mostly water and I look stacked up top with all this fullness but I also definitely put on some fat. This brings me to my next goal: Maintain a healthy diet in the off-season so that I can make cutting easy later and keep off unnecessary fat.

    I will accomplish this by only purchasing appropriate foods for my diet at the gocery store, refraining from any more binge days, eating toward my bulk with a surplus of healthy calories instead of stuff like refined sugars and giving myself one day a week to indulge (in moderation/monitored) on comfort foods.
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  10. I would also like to get my macros under control again. Damn it. I know I am bulking and I am growing, but it is frustrating to me that when I get so hungry, I eat stuff that I probably shouldn't.

    Goal: dietary control

  11. Quote Originally Posted by KingLeonidas9 View Post
    I would also like to be able to perform over 80 push ups and sit ups in 2 minutes before I ship out to basic training. The minimum for my age is 46 push ups and 52 sit ups but I always try to hit the max and never settle for minimum.

    Hopefully my shoulder and forearm injury will heal up in the next week or so I can go back to banging out push ups every hour. I don't want to fail on the very first day because of the sharp pains. Sit ups I do every time I have to pee. I drop down and do my sits ups in a nice pace and towards the end about 30 seconds to go I do them really fast.
    Coming to benning huh? See if you can get a Ranger School slot, then you can come on over to where I work! I worked on sand hill for 2 years prior to this. What job are you going into?

  12. Quote Originally Posted by drewsicle3210 View Post
    Coming to benning huh? See if you can get a Ranger School slot, then you can come on over to where I work! I worked on sand hill for 2 years prior to this. What job are you going into?
    11 Bravo. Had to go with infantry. Hopefully when I get back my unit will say I'm good enough to go to Airborne school first and than Ranger school. Would love to go to both but one thing at a time. Got to get though basic training first.
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  13. Good entires guys, running is awful btw lol.

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  14. Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    Good entires guys, running is awful btw lol.

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    I second this... Every day when I'm putting on my running shoes I consider lighting myself on fire instead. Stupid hyper competitiveness making me diet and train so I can embarrass my buddies ha
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by KingLeonidas9 View Post
    11 Bravo. Had to go with infantry. Hopefully when I get back my unit will say I'm good enough to go to Airborne school first and than Ranger school. Would love to go to both but one thing at a time. Got to get though basic training first.
    I spent my first 4 years as an 11B, then I got tired of the bullshat that comes with garrison infantry duties, so I became a 68W, medic.
    Now I want to go back to the Infantry.
    You are going to love basic bro. It isn't what is used to be, that is for sure. The Army is changing and drill sergeants are getting soft.
    a couple of tips though, set yourself apart from the rest. You already are not like everyone else. We live and breath fitness, so you will go far in the Infantry as long as you can PT circles around everyone else. And soak up ALL of the training that you get, because some of that stuff you won't see again until its time for a promotion board.
    As soon as you get out of basic, start working on correspondence courses and try to go to as many schools as you can. Take college online. Go to Ranger an airborne asap.
    Always be at the right place at the right time in the right uniform.
    15 minutes early is on time, if you are on time you are late. That means always be 20-30 minutes early to everything. EVERYTHING.

    Good luck bro, you are going to kick some a$$!

  16. Quote Originally Posted by drewsicle3210 View Post
    I spent my first 4 years as an 11B, then I got tired of the bullshat that comes with garrison infantry duties, so I became a 68W, medic.
    Now I want to go back to the Infantry.
    You are going to love basic bro. It isn't what is used to be, that is for sure. The Army is changing and drill sergeants are getting soft.
    a couple of tips though, set yourself apart from the rest. You already are not like everyone else. We live and breath fitness, so you will go far in the Infantry as long as you can PT circles around everyone else. And soak up ALL of the training that you get, because some of that stuff you won't see again until its time for a promotion board.
    As soon as you get out of basic, start working on correspondence courses and try to go to as many schools as you can. Take college online. Go to Ranger an airborne asap.
    Always be at the right place at the right time in the right uniform.
    15 minutes early is on time, if you are on time you are late. That means always be 20-30 minutes early to everything. EVERYTHING.

    Good luck bro, you are going to kick some a$$!
    Damn! Thanks for all the tips! What I heard people tell me was don't stick out in basic that will always be a reason for the drill sargents to be on my ass. I heard about the whole always be 20 mins earlier at everything. I had my aunt the other day time me as I got off bed and put on the ACU uniform on with boots and everything. Pain in the ass getting the boot right and tight. At the end of the day the back of my heel is all f'd up.
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by KingLeonidas9 View Post
    Damn! Thanks for all the tips! What I heard people tell me was don't stick out in basic that will always be a reason for the drill sargents to be on my ass. I heard about the whole always be 20 mins earlier at everything. I had my aunt the other day time me as I got off bed and put on the ACU uniform on with boots and everything. Pain in the ass getting the boot right and tight. At the end of the day the back of my heel is all f'd up.
    Well, that is partly true. Don't be a kiss ass, and don't be a dirt bag. Soak up all you can, stay fairly quiet, but speak up when you see something or someone that needs correcting.
    While everyone else is fukkin off, be either cleaning your weapon, studying your handbook, or doing PT.
    The Drills may fuk with you a bit for being high speed, but that is their job. Just say roger and drive on.
    And remember, they can't smoke you forever, and it only hurts for a little while. You will only get stronger, smarter, and faster.

  18. Drill sergeants are people just like us, and they were buck privates too.
    You will see that everything is an act, like a play. You are supposed to fail at everything at first, that is how they break you down. Then you learn and succeed at stuff, that is how they 'build' you into a soldier.
    I wish i could do it all over again!
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    What are your goals for the remainder of the summer?

    Continue to cut and lean up, already down around 20 pounds and looking to drop a few more, starting to see some good progress and striations/seperation, but need to keep going a bit further to set up for a good rebound and push to surpass 190 and stay lean.



    What is your plan to accomplish them?

    Continue to eat good, and enjoy 1 cheat meal a week
    Train hard and be alpha like USP labs it
    Take my AP with my carb meals
    Utilize Versa-1 and Compound 20 to end the cutting cycle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drewsicle3210 View Post
    I am going to finish my bulk these next 5 weeks (been going great!). Then into a nice cut for fall, right before a solid winter bulk. I may have to shift plans around to fit some Schools, but no big deal.

    Awesome deal on AP. I scored 2 of the OEProtein bundles, but I am definitely grabbing a couple more bottles of AP at this price.
    Any chance you will be using OEP Powder + CP 20 on your cut?
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    Quote Originally Posted by classic34 View Post
    I'll throw my own goal in for fun:

    Goal: I have a show coming up in 5 weeks. The goals are to present a better physique than I did last year, as well as qualify for a national show in the early summer of next year (or the following year for a 2-year qualification).

    How: Diet is #1, of course. That is well on it's way and is constantly evolving, as are the cardio plan and training. In addition I have support from friends and family, which is extremely valuable in times like this. To bring the best total package I've also been working on posing daily, tanning, decorating my suit with extra crystals, and working on my routine. All of those little details really add up and make a difference.

    Basically, the goal right now is to prepare for the stage, dominate it, then it's grow time!
    Its a good honor to follow your log on the USP Labs forums, if you are not following classic's log you should.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drewsicle3210 View Post
    I would also like to get my macros under control again. Damn it. I know I am bulking and I am growing, but it is frustrating to me that when I get so hungry, I eat stuff that I probably shouldn't.

    Goal: dietary control
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    Track your calories, cook it, and then move on to the next day. Plan the day in advance if you need to , eat what you cook and move on. Simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    CRAZY deals on an outstanding stack.

    Good luck with your entries and goals!
    The Deal at NP for the OEP Protein intro may have been better
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Any chance you will be using OEP Powder + CP 20 on your cut?
    I certainly may. I have some to use.

  25. Winners!!!!!

    Thanks for all the apps guys. Every need any help with your summer goals and USPlabs please feel free to contact me!!!

    hugojaya
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    ayanes35
    booneman77

    Winners! Please PM me with the following information. Total the PM "mid-summer ap/OEP"

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    Thanks guys!
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