MVP-365, ZMK, Carnage, Cordygen5, Rag (caff-free), and Somnidren GH

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  1. MVP-365, ZMK, Carnage, Cordygen5, Rag (caff-free), and Somnidren GH


    I've been a fan of Millenium Sports Technologies for a little while now. I used and liked Carnage, Cordygen 5, and the MVP-365/ZMK stack was a staple of mine (as it should be for every serious athlete). I have been off of supplements for a while except for omega-3 standardized fish oil liquid. I recently began taking VPX's Meltdown and DLPA and taurine for some energy, focus, and weightloss.

    Anyhow, I don't have as much motivation to workout just for the sake of putting up 'numbers' or 'reps', so I decided to use some extrinsic motivation. I am going to train harder than ever for summer beach competetive events (kayaking, swimming, running, rowing). I figured that I'd need a solid, consistent stack to give me that 'edge' that can help me keep jetting when I push the limits. I have ALWAYS been utterly impressed with the product profiles of MST's products and the results from the products I've used by them have been very noticable and very helpful. All the products I'll be using are on the way and include:

    1. Carnage
    2. Cordygen 5
    3. MVP-365
    4. ZMK
    5. Ragnarok (caffeine free)
    6. Somnidren GH

    I understand that a few new products are on the way including an endurance product and a Cordygen V02 product... I am pretty sure they'll fit into this stack pretty nicely.

    The only other product I will consider (probably will knowing me) add will be 'Stoked' by Anabolic Innovations. It's a solid test booster with awesome estrogen control. Stoked would add some serious aggression to the stack.

    I honestly can't wait until the products arrive. I'm going to finish up with another 4 weeks of hardcore cutting with the VPX Meltdown and then the only other things I'll continue to use are DL-Phenylalanine (750 mgs twice a day), taurine (2 grams in the morning), and some kind of thyroid support formula that contains extra iodine and tyrosine (I've had low t3 levels at one point and a family history of chronic fatigue).

    We'll see how everything pans out....
    Freedom means nothing here.


  2. Nice man looking good Ill def be watching... I plan on megadosing Cordygen 5 and Citrulline Malate along with a couple other goodies this summer for boxing and next year's cross country preparation(pre season and in season).... Def looking forward to your results!!!
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  3. Nice Boxmeman. I have a nasty habit of 'mega-dosing' and going overboard, so I better stick to the recommended dosing protocol... lol. Can't wait for the new products to be released though
    Freedom means nothing here.

  4. Thanks for the purchase FOG! I think you chose well! It sounds like your supplementation is set. Keep us in the loop as to how it is all going. I'm sure I'll talk to you soon anyhow

    Have a great night!

  5. great stack FOG
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  6. What's happenin' John and Matt! I have the luxury of working in a private gym that has a lot of down time and a ton of the best equipment. I will be able to train to the fullest. I'm only 2 blocks from the beach as well, so when it warms up I'll be training on the sand and in the water before work.
    Freedom means nothing here.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    What's happenin' John and Matt! I have the luxury of working in a private gym that has a lot of down time and a ton of the best equipment. I will be able to train to the fullest. I'm only 2 blocks from the beach as well, so when it warms up I'll be training on the sand and in the water before work.
    Nice man!

  8. Quote Originally Posted by boxmeman View Post
    Nice man!
    I'll probably end up with the products on Monday. I'm very stoked. I am doing some hardcore quazi keto slimming regimen right now. I've been eating chicken and veggies and a protein shake (no carbs) with cinnamon. I work 8 hours at the gym and I can exercise whenever I want. I do 30 minute HIIT twice during my shift. I'd like to be 180 in a couple weeks before tapering off the cut. I found a Wegman's near me that carries Ezekiel breads which means I'm in luck. That's the only carb source that I actually get decent energy from!
    Freedom means nothing here.

  9. Package should be in today, minus the Somnidren GH and Carnage... I'll order them in a couple days. I need an a$$load of endurance, so I may double up on the Cordygen 5 dosing.
    Freedom means nothing here.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    Package should be in today, minus the Somnidren GH and Carnage... I'll order them in a couple days. I need an a$$load of endurance, so I may double up on the Cordygen 5 dosing.
    yea that's what im talking about!

  11. Got the products today. I'm going double on the Cordygen 5, like before. I'll do 2 caps AM and 4 caps before workouts and as for the off days I'll do 2 in the AM, 2 afternoon, 2 before bed.

    I really want to get that Somnidren GH and Carnage too. I'd like to start building up the carnosine levels again.
    Freedom means nothing here.

  12. Ok... Got my stuff today. I was going on 2.5 hours on an empty stomach @ 8PM Eastern Standard Time and I dosed my caffeine-free Ragnarok with (4) Cordygen 5 caps.

    1 hour prior to this dosing I took my 750mg DLPA and 250mg tyrosine with a B-Complex.

    ******
    20 minutes after my Rag + Cordy dosing I was getting ansy to work out. Granted I am working in a private gym... the gym's kinda dead now... so I threw on the tank top and started stretching.

    I started with 10 minutes of moderate-high intensity cardio. I was feeling good, I had nice focus, and had better motivation than usual.

    I was wondering if the fact that popping the pills and drinking the Rag (Warrior Melon is fantastic by the way!) was giving me a placebo effect, because every exercise was on point! I was noticing a few things that were definitely not placebo. The intensity I was going at just yesterday yielded a heart rate of 170-178. Today, my heart rate was right around 156, occasionally going up to 164 max. I was able to accomplish the same speed and resistance while maintaining a lower heart rate. My heart rate also declined much faster than usual.

    The accute effects of the combo were really nice, as I was also able to get into a better zone.

    I just drank my Oryx Goat Whey protein and ate 2 pieces of Ezekiel Raison Bread and took 2 MVPs.

    I still feel energized from the workout; Moreso than usual.

    I can't wait to continue with these products!
    Freedom means nothing here.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    Ok... Got my stuff today. I was going on 2.5 hours on an empty stomach @ 8PM Eastern Standard Time and I dosed my caffeine-free Ragnarok with (4) Cordygen 5 caps.

    1 hour prior to this dosing I took my 750mg DLPA and 250mg tyrosine with a B-Complex.

    ******
    20 minutes after my Rag + Cordy dosing I was getting ansy to work out. Granted I am working in a private gym... the gym's kinda dead now... so I threw on the tank top and started stretching.

    I started with 10 minutes of moderate-high intensity cardio. I was feeling good, I had nice focus, and had better motivation than usual.

    I was wondering if the fact that popping the pills and drinking the Rag (Warrior Melon is fantastic by the way!) was giving me a placebo effect, because every exercise was on point! I was noticing a few things that were definitely not placebo. The intensity I was going at just yesterday yielded a heart rate of 170-178. Today, my heart rate was right around 156, occasionally going up to 164 max. I was able to accomplish the same speed and resistance while maintaining a lower heart rate. My heart rate also declined much faster than usual.

    The accute effects of the combo were really nice, as I was also able to get into a better zone.

    I just drank my Oryx Goat Whey protein and ate 2 pieces of Ezekiel Raison Bread and took 2 MVPs.

    I still feel energized from the workout; Moreso than usual.

    I can't wait to continue with these products!

    lookin hot FOG hit this $hit hard!!!!

  14. Nice man i really like the MST products i have used(S-GH and Rag) and look forward to purchasing some more real soon. I look forward to more of your input on all this!
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  15. Cool guys. I'm out for the night... Closin' up the gym. I'll definitely be posting my input on a regular basis. Next up is ZMK later on tonite...

    See y'all later!
    Freedom means nothing here.

  16. great lookin' workout, fog! glad you enjoyed your first run with them.
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  17. Hola! I had a hard time falling asleep last night, but I managed. I am not overly supersticious, but for some reason I was remembering my ex-girlfriend from a few years back (the only one I could ever and still can imagine being with)... and I opened up this decorative box that had letters and cards I saved that she would give me... oddly it ended up that she gave me 3 cards from the same date. March 26, 2003. It brough back some memories and I needed more than the ZMK and natural sleep to put me down. I took a .25mg xanny.

    Woke up today... did 45 minutes cardio on an empty stomach with 1 VPX Meltdown cap, but forgot to take my 2 caps of Cordygen 5... I didn't realize it until I was 5 minutes in. I took it afterwards.

    A big test of accute response to Cordygen 5 and Ragnarok will come with tonights workout.

    10 minutes warmup jog
    15 minutes stretch
    10 minutes high intensity cardio (elliptical)
    (2) sets of dumbell incline press
    (1) set of an ab exercise
    10 minutes high intensity cardio (elliptical)
    (2) sets of lat pulldown (w/ dropsets)
    10 minutes moderate/high intensity cardio (ergometer/rower)
    (2) sets of leg press (explosive concentric/ 4 second neg)
    (1) set calf raises
    10 minutes high intensity cardio (heavy bag drills)
    (2) sets upright rows (dumbells)
    (1) set 'plank' (pilates) until failure
    10 minutes high intensity cardio
    (1) set biceps curl (cable)
    (1) set tricep extension
    10 minutes high intensity cardio (elliptical)
    5 minutes cooldown

    As much as this seems like it'd be overkill, I know my body and how it responds. It doesn't respond to the split routines very well anymore... It doesn't respond to the 1 bodypart or 1 primary/1 secondary crap anymore... Half of the reason being because that crap is so damn boring (and IMO disfunctional and pointless). My body gets stronger with these types of workouts and I can bulk or cut on it, depending on my food intake and macro ratio. I'm pretty much an endo (70% I would guess)/meso (30% I would say) based on my experience with training, diet, rest-periods, cardio, and supps.

    I change things up a little each time, but this is pretty much what I'll do 4-5 days a week. I'm doing morning cardio before breakfast everyday to burn some stubborn fat that has accumulated during my hiatus. I'll do between 30-45 minutes of moderate intensity cardio on the Concept 2 ergometer in the basement or a stepper.
    Freedom means nothing here.

  18. I completed my workout about 45 minutes ago... It was definitely a very good workout. I had to take out the leg press though. My legs are definitely over-trained... None-the-less, it was a great workout indeed.

    The flavor of the Warrior Melon is unbeatable. I haven't even tasted a flavored drink mixer that's as good as this.

    I took the Rag along with 4 Cordygen 5 caps and waited 30 minutes to start stretching. I don't think I was in good exercising condition, but I did it anyway. My legs were sore, my joints are definitely feeling beat up, and my energy was kinda eh. I get better energy from Ezekiel bread than from the brown rice and beans that I made. I think I'll stick with Ezekiel products from now on. ...Whatever.

    Anyhow, I still was able to maintain a good speed, tempo, and resistance and not get winded or run out of oomph.

    Anaerobicly speaking, I increased the weight on my back exercises. I actually did low cable rows instead of lat pulldowns. My rest time was shorter in between sets as well.

    I'm also noticing *again* that my heart rate is much lower during cardio with the Cordygen 5.

    I have definitely been putting a beating on my body and am going to take it easy tomorrow. I am also going to get some cissus from a buddy of mine tomorrow. My joints can't take much more.
    Freedom means nothing here.

  19. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    I completed my workout about 45 minutes ago... It was definitely a very good workout. I had to take out the leg press though. My legs are definitely over-trained... None-the-less, it was a great workout indeed.

    The flavor of the Warrior Melon is unbeatable. I haven't even tasted a flavored drink mixer that's as good as this.

    I took the Rag along with 4 Cordygen 5 caps and waited 30 minutes to start stretching. I don't think I was in good exercising condition, but I did it anyway. My legs were sore, my joints are definitely feeling beat up, and my energy was kinda eh. I get better energy from Ezekiel bread than from the brown rice and beans that I made. I think I'll stick with Ezekiel products from now on. ...Whatever.

    Anyhow, I still was able to maintain a good speed, tempo, and resistance and not get winded or run out of oomph.

    Anaerobicly speaking, I increased the weight on my back exercises. I actually did low cable rows instead of lat pulldowns. My rest time was shorter in between sets as well.

    I'm also noticing *again* that my heart rate is much lower during cardio with the Cordygen 5.

    I have definitely been putting a beating on my body and am going to take it easy tomorrow. I am also going to get some cissus from a buddy of mine tomorrow. My joints can't take much more.
    Lookin fresh man def something new!!!

  20. <- Sore as hell today. I'm definitely resting up!
    Freedom means nothing here.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    <- Sore as hell today. I'm definitely resting up!
    Sweet, really a nice stack you have going!!!

  22. Today is Sunday... Yesterday I had a good workout, although I need to shorten it down.

    I used to pop out HIT full body workouts in anywhere from 24 - 40 minutes and get a nice, effective stimulation... Now, I have been adding in six (10 minutes) sessions in between each bodypart and I find my workouts taking quite a while. Of course, I did the math [60 minutes cardio intervals + 30 minutes of weight-training intertwined will yield about an hour and 40 minutes]. I do enjoy training in this fashion and it does build up my endurance, especially for rowing. I need to have the oxygen capacity to maintain a moderate heart rate while keeping enough fuel in the tank to switch from aerobic based rowing to a near anaerobic state when kicking into passing gear (passing consists of about 10 - 20 strokes that will wind me as much as a heavy set of low rows).

    Anyhow...
    I'm going to be tinkering with some other workouts and I'll be adjusting my calories and macronutrients as soon as I shred a little bit more.

    I will do this type of workout a couple days a week, and a couple days a week I will dedicate to ergometer training. Maybe I'll do 1 day a week of 40 minutes ergometer and 1 day I'll do 1000 meter suicide drills (like crew rowers do sometimes).

    1000 meters @ a somewhat good pace
    2:30 minutes of varied calesthenics or light weight training
    1000 meters - beating my first time
    2:30 minutes, again of varied resistance training (maybe abs)
    1000 meters - beating my previous time
    .... continue this gradually surpassing the last time, until I can't beat the previous record or I became weak/light-headed.

    Anyways... yesterday's workout was good. The Ragnarok, Cordygen, ZMK, MVP combo is very nice! I picked up some Primaforce cissus from my friend at the Vitamin Shoppe and have been taking it for 3 days now. My joints aren't used to the levels of stress and my legs are definitely being worked too much.

    Aside for my legs not having enough time to recoop, my workout was still good. I had a lot of endurance and that Cordygen 5 kicks ass as far as it's oxygen utilization! I have had extreme benefits already from it. When I am running, biking, rowing, or whatever at a high output for extended durations, my heart-rate is noticably lower and I don't experience any noticable 'head-rush' that I typically experience when stopping a session. After 9mins30secs of fast cardio, I'll slow down in 30 seconds and leave the machine feeling like I am ready to engage in a detailed conversation or jump right into the weights. I workout none-less than very hard and I would normally, always been 'cloudy' and mildly disoriented after exerting the time and force that I do, but not now; Not at all.

    My diet habits now are pretty tight, but not utterly stupid. I figure that I burn 400 cals in the morning when I do cardio on an empty stomach (every other day to everyday now) and upwards of 1600+ cals within the time it takes me to warmup, stretch, and perform 1hr45mins of exercise (non-stop), I need to eat a decent amount of food to maintain muscle mass and not suppress my metabolism too much!

    I don't seem to be losing much weight and I am getting stronger... I am 6' tall and 200 lbs now... I only have about 10 lbs to lose, maybe 15.
    Freedom means nothing here.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    Today is Sunday... Yesterday I had a good workout, although I need to shorten it down.

    I used to pop out HIT full body workouts in anywhere from 24 - 40 minutes and get a nice, effective stimulation... Now, I have been adding in six (10 minutes) sessions in between each bodypart and I find my workouts taking quite a while. Of course, I did the math [60 minutes cardio intervals + 30 minutes of weight-training intertwined will yield about an hour and 40 minutes]. I do enjoy training in this fashion and it does build up my endurance, especially for rowing. I need to have the oxygen capacity to maintain a moderate heart rate while keeping enough fuel in the tank to switch from aerobic based rowing to a near anaerobic state when kicking into passing gear (passing consists of about 10 - 20 strokes that will wind me as much as a heavy set of low rows).

    Anyhow...
    I'm going to be tinkering with some other workouts and I'll be adjusting my calories and macronutrients as soon as I shred a little bit more.

    I will do this type of workout a couple days a week, and a couple days a week I will dedicate to ergometer training. Maybe I'll do 1 day a week of 40 minutes ergometer and 1 day I'll do 1000 meter suicide drills (like crew rowers do sometimes).

    1000 meters @ a somewhat good pace
    2:30 minutes of varied calesthenics or light weight training
    1000 meters - beating my first time
    2:30 minutes, again of varied resistance training (maybe abs)
    1000 meters - beating my previous time
    .... continue this gradually surpassing the last time, until I can't beat the previous record or I became weak/light-headed.

    Anyways... yesterday's workout was good. The Ragnarok, Cordygen, ZMK, MVP combo is very nice! I picked up some Primaforce cissus from my friend at the Vitamin Shoppe and have been taking it for 3 days now. My joints aren't used to the levels of stress and my legs are definitely being worked too much.

    Aside for my legs not having enough time to recoop, my workout was still good. I had a lot of endurance and that Cordygen 5 kicks ass as far as it's oxygen utilization! I have had extreme benefits already from it. When I am running, biking, rowing, or whatever at a high output for extended durations, my heart-rate is noticably lower and I don't experience any noticable 'head-rush' that I typically experience when stopping a session. After 9mins30secs of fast cardio, I'll slow down in 30 seconds and leave the machine feeling like I am ready to engage in a detailed conversation or jump right into the weights. I workout none-less than very hard and I would normally, always been 'cloudy' and mildly disoriented after exerting the time and force that I do, but not now; Not at all.

    My diet habits now are pretty tight, but not utterly stupid. I figure that I burn 400 cals in the morning when I do cardio on an empty stomach (every other day to everyday now) and upwards of 1600+ cals within the time it takes me to warmup, stretch, and perform 1hr45mins of exercise (non-stop), I need to eat a decent amount of food to maintain muscle mass and not suppress my metabolism too much!

    I don't seem to be losing much weight and I am getting stronger... I am 6' tall and 200 lbs now... I only have about 10 lbs to lose, maybe 15.
    OOH this is great! Cordygen 5 will be added in my stack soon!

  24. great, thorough updates, homie!
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  25. I cannot believe this crap... I forgot to pack Ragnarok into my gym-bag! I still have Cordygen and my protein, but dammit! I have a jug of DS Exceed, which didn't really exceed (or meet up to) my expectations...
    I'm thankful that MST doesn't include CEE into the Ragnarok. The Combat Creatine matrix is off the hook. My favorite creatine is definitely tricreatine orotate.
    Maybe I'll just use Cordygen5, DL-Phenylalanine, tyrosine, and cissus preworkout.
    Will report back...
    Freedom means nothing here.

  26. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    I cannot believe this crap... I forgot to pack Ragnarok into my gym-bag!
    thats sux!

  27. Quote Originally Posted by boxmeman View Post
    thats sux!
    Laugh it up boxmeman. I'll take a scoop when I get home I suppose. Damn.
    Freedom means nothing here.

  28. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    I cannot believe this crap... I forgot to pack Ragnarok into my gym-bag! I still have Cordygen and my protein, but dammit! I have a jug of DS Exceed, which didn't really exceed (or meet up to) my expectations...
    I'm thankful that MST doesn't include CEE into the Ragnarok. The Combat Creatine matrix is off the hook. My favorite creatine is definitely tricreatine orotate.
    Maybe I'll just use Cordygen5, DL-Phenylalanine, tyrosine, and cissus preworkout.
    Will report back...
    Dang sorry man that sux...ive had stuff like that happen before

    keep up the good log going here i hope all continues to go well
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  29. Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    Dang sorry man that sux...ive had stuff like that happen before

    keep up the good log going here i hope all continues to go well
    Thanks Bolt. I'm definitely getting some good effects already as far as endurance and fullness. I've been continuing to perform cardio on an empty stomach every morning to every other morning and I'm starting to feel denser already, even in a depleted state. The Cordy5 has been a huge help with my endurance and all around stamina.

    I was in the basement today doing the pre-breakfast cardio, I put in a CD that I hadn't listened to in a long time 'Neuroactive: 1994-2000 Neurology'... I put the stepper in the middle of the basement living room area and cranked the surround sound. I have a subwoofer box for a car that I installed a home sub kit amp (250 watts) into, another powered 12" downfiring sub, and 2 tower speakers w/ 10 inch subs all blasting at me... I had 1 VPX Meltdown, 750mg DL-Phenylalanine, 250mg tyrosine, 1 sublingual b-vitamin, and 2 Cordy's. I got into a zone with the music and started daydreaming to the cardio... before I knew it, the CD was done and I had been at it for 55 minutes.
    Freedom means nothing here.

  30. Finished my exercising. I did:

    1000 meter ergometer @ a quick pace
    Cable X-overs high
    " " low
    Machine chest press
    1000 meter ergometer @ a quick pace
    Low cable rows (3 sets)
    ab 'scissors'
    5 minutes elliptical (fast)
    leg press (2 heavy sets with SLOW negative and EXPLOSIVE concentric w/ a 3/4 isostatic hold for 3 seconds)
    ab crunches
    10 minutes elliptical (fast)
    reverse dumbell flyes (2 sets)
    cable curls
    tricep pushdown
    15 minutes elliptical (fast)

    My cardiovascular capacity is increasing at a rate faster than I imagined. I workout while I'm on the clock at the gym and so I carry the portable phone around with me... I am hauling ass on the elliptical and I answer the phone and carry out a conversation without realizing I'm holding the same pace. I swear this stuff has some CRAZY oxygen transport effects. I CAN hop off a machine straight from a severely high heart rate and function with focus. One thing I did 'test' is the leg press headrush, when you just get up after a REALLY harsh set of leg presses. Well, I was doing the leg press pretty hard (enough to noticably feel heat immolation) and I tried getting right up and I didn't get much disorientation at all.

    This is solid.
    Freedom means nothing here.
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