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  1. Quote Originally Posted by MM11 View Post
    3 tubs. You won't regret it. I recommend using more water than recommended. Drinking .5 serving and 16 oz water now.
    Ok will do. I went with three because I love Leucine + Agmatine + LCLT pre-workout and I found an awesome deal. Never used COP but should be interesting.


  2. I have never used COP before the new protocol as well. I try to keep supplements simple. But I am very excited to see how things progress these next few weeks.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by MM11 View Post
    3 tubs. You won't regret it. I recommend using more water than recommended. Drinking .5 serving and 16 oz water now.
    I have done mine two ways.. I did a full serving with about 12 ounces of water.. and I have also do a full serving and half a serving of the original protocol with about 24 oz water.. so yummy!
    Sarah
    Starting weight- 4/06- 245 LBS after birth of 2nd child
    Now 151 22.9% BF

  4. Very busy so it's been a while.

    Hit a PR on deads today. 455 and I got it pretty easily. Once I saw an inch of air under it I knew I had it!

    Weighed 181 post work out. Was 189 yesterday after a weekend of recklessness. I knew it wouldn't stay.

  5. Impressive! WTG

    Quote Originally Posted by MM11 View Post
    Very busy so it's been a while.

    Hit a PR on deads today. 455 and I got it pretty easily. Once I saw an inch of air under it I knew I had it!

    Weighed 181 post work out. Was 189 yesterday after a weekend of recklessness. I knew it wouldn't stay.
    Sarah
    Starting weight- 4/06- 245 LBS after birth of 2nd child
    Now 151 22.9% BF
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  6. Thanks now the tricky part is repeating it on video. It will be at least 10 days before I do dead lifts again.

  7. Any updates? Its gotta be getting close to you doing deadlifts again.

  8. Failed attempt at 465 DL . Doing a lot more running right now. I've been to beat up from rugby to go 100% with the weights.

  9. Impressive! I wish i can do that workout.

  10. Completely forgot about this thread. How you been man?

  11. Quote Originally Posted by ITW View Post
    Completely forgot about this thread. How you been man?
    Slacking on the thread. Thanks for calling me out

    Just pulled a muscle in my lower back playing rugby I'm just getting over that. Training took a hit from that and I feel fat and lazy

    Got a huge promotion at work. No more scrubs shirt and tie, that's motivation to get super fit quick.

    On my run I have a 175+ yard straightaway I sprint. It will be a good initial shock to my system to do a few of those.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by MM11 View Post
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    Gettin fat!

    no you're not.

  13. Thanks i was leaner then. First time going heavy ish in weeks today.

    Bench. 274x5, 300x3, 305x3 305x1
    Last one on the way down my shoulder felt awkward and I didn't want to risk hurting it.

    Followed by some power moves good 1:15 in the gym left with out injuries bothering me. Not a bad day.

  14. mm11 your stats are the best ive ever seen for someone natty at that weight

  15. Thanks man. A lot of time and consistency. Baby steps all the way.

  16. I don't think I've ever been more impressed by anyone's lifts. Definitely a lifetime goal to beat yours haha I need about a year or two of body composition and then it's all strength and endurance training to match the physique!!


    Soo inspired man and i don't have any competition at my gym. I'm by far the heaviest squatter and deadlifter.

  17. Explosive training is king in developing strength. Good form is even more important when doing explosive training though. I am 26 now and have 7+ years of serious consistent lifting / diet and athletics my whole life. All that and 189-190 is where I find myself staying. Always wanted to be a ripped 200 beast. Life can get in the way a bit.

    Appreciate the support everyone. I'll be keeping it up religiously knowing people are following.

    Feel free for anyone to contact me with any questions or criticism

  18. Quote Originally Posted by MM11
    Explosive training is king in developing strength. Good form is even more important when doing explosive training though. I am 26 now and have 7+ years of serious consistent lifting / diet and athletics my whole life. All that and 189-190 is where I find myself staying. Always wanted to be a ripped 200 beast. Life can get in the way a bit.

    Appreciate the support everyone. I'll be keeping it up religiously knowing people are following.

    Feel free for anyone to contact me with any questions or criticism
    I hadn't said, so congrats on the promotion!
    I get the feeling fat. It's amazing as I've thinned out I notice when I'm bloated and so on.
    Keep it up.
    Sarah
    Starting weight- 4/06- 245 LBS after birth of 2nd child
    Now 151 22.9% BF

  19. Sarah the further I progress the more I focus on the work I have left. Perfection may not be possible but it still can be a goal to strive for.

  20. Legs
    Taking it slow breaking back into going heavy

    Squats
    315x8, 405x2,405x2
    Those are only the working sets.

    Hamstring curls with 2" thick resistance bands
    Super set with...
    Leg press 2-45s each side for 7 sets of 7 with 7 seconds rest between each set
    3 super sets of above completed

    Band resistance back kicks and standing calf raises 5 sets each

    Gym time 1hr. Weight 188

    Also a midnight run last night for 1.5 miles and 3 sprints @175 meters

  21. Solid working sets of squats

  22. Thanks go back in this thread youll see I am far from the strength I had before... Injuries, buying a house, and having other life events happen.

    I need to keep my cardio endurance high, actually I need to improve it a great deal. So I decided not to do my old way of destroying legs so I can't walk for a week.

  23. I'll have a training partner (gf) often by the end of the month. I'll have a return of videos on the regular. Videos prove not only honesty but form/ ROM. also makes it easier for myself and others to critique my training so I can improve.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by MM11
    Sarah the further I progress the more I focus on the work I have left. Perfection may not be possible but it still can be a goal to strive for.
    I feel ya. If its something you can "fix" then why not try?
    Sarah
    Starting weight- 4/06- 245 LBS after birth of 2nd child
    Now 151 22.9% BF

  25. "Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they've been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It's an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It's a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing"

    Quote I like no idea by who.

  26. Yesterday's work out was awesome. Ran 3 miles at my dogs pace

    Gym was a full body routine focusing on explosive strength.

    Rugby practice went well. I have noticed a huge improvement in my conditioning. Not were I want to be yet, but a noticeable improvement.

    Ran about a mile or two with my pups today. I can't run with both long I usually run with one and pass my house , switch dogs, then run the same route again.

  27. Hey bro If you were bulking 20 pounds, strictly for mass, in 3.5 months what would your diet look like?

    Right now I'm eating in a surplus (4lbs in 2 weeks)
    Consisting of
    2 scoops syntha 6, 100g oats, banana, 10 slices turkey bacon

    1 Chicken breast
    4 cups prepared rice (about 150g carbs)
    1 serving walnuts (20 g fat, 4g protein)

    12 oz steak 2tbs olive oil
    1 whole box pasta (180 g carbs)
    2 cups while milk

    1/3rd container Greek yogurt with 1 serving walnuts

    Been bulking on 2-3 chicken breasts and massive amounts of rice and had some gains but not near in the time frame I'm looking for. Do you think more fat and carbs would be worth it? Trying to hit 200lbs this winter then cut for summer. I'm at 180 and really lean.

    Lemme know what you think.

  28. What does that mean in macros and cals?

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    190 in the morning. Love stuffing my face all winter.

  30. Quote Originally Posted by MM11
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    190 in the morning. Love stuffing my face all winter.
    I wish I had that luxury.
    That is of eating a ton.
    Sarah
    Starting weight- 4/06- 245 LBS after birth of 2nd child
    Now 151 22.9% BF
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