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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Oh fuggers oh fuggers oh fuggers !!!

    Deal with this shyte!!!

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    Looking great Doug!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Looking great Doug!!!!
    Thanks, I am very pleased ... a) I have never been any leaner and b) I have never been bigger.

    To have both things happening at the same time has me pretty psyched....
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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post

    Thanks, I am very pleased ... a) I have never been any leaner and b) I have never been bigger.

    To have both things happening at the same time has me pretty psyched....
    That is freakin awesome bro!!! Good on ya. Keep tearing it up Doug. You are moto to Nth degree!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    That is freakin awesome bro!!! Good on ya. Keep tearing it up Doug. You are moto to Nth degree!
    Thanks that's the most important aspect for me. Want to leave my mark...
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    Looking good Doug! You look like a solid 7-8% right now. Thicker than I have ever seen you at this body fat and abs are really popping. I little deeper into this and your striations will be popping in your chest and shoulders like crazy. Keep up the good work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Oh fuggers oh fuggers oh fuggers !!!

    Deal with this shyte!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Looking good Doug! You look like a solid 7-8% right now. Thicker than I have ever seen you at this body fat and abs are really popping. I little deeper into this and your striations will be popping in your chest and shoulders like crazy. Keep up the good work!
    You can see that I have striations in my chest now and plenty in my obliques, I am just about as lean as I was when I peaked last summer the only difference being is that I have not started to dry out yet with Epi-v big changes coming in the last 8 weeks due to getting drier. I am not that wet though. I would say under 7% but that doesn't really matter I am trying to lose about a pound a week so conditioning will be strong.

    Quote Originally Posted by edje007 View Post
    looking good boss!!!!
    Thanks feels good to be on track. Like I said I am about as lean as I was at 195 and I''m over 205 now. I got up this morning looking even more ripped. Drank a lot of water yesterday and really flushed out.
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    Yeah man, you're looking great for 8 weeks out, I would say.
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    Yup looking good indeed. Just work on the shredding with epiV and you'll probably be at your best show condition ever
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    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Yeah man, you're looking great for 8 weeks out, I would say.
    I'm actually 10 weeks out...

    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Yup looking good indeed. Just work on the shredding with epiV and you'll probably be at your best show condition ever
    Definitely on schedule and I've already gotten leaner since Saturday. It often happens like that you are going along and then boom you noticed a significant change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by runner_79 View Post
    Your really crankin it up man. Good job, but keep pushin bud. You got this!!!

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    I feel completelty in control right now, it's a roller coaster ride there are going to be times I doubt myself. Right now that's not the case.

    I don't feel a need to make any adjustments at this time. Eating is pretty clean. I will change from multigain to ezekiel bread now. I know the bread I use is ok but I have confindence with the ezekiel i my situation. I am not going to be eating that much bread anyway and eventually probably none at all. There are a lot of things I can so to adjust as time moves on. I can add activity or make small changes in diet. I am always thinkng about what my next changes will be. I am weighing a couple options right now.

    I was some kind of strange beast in the gym today, fuggin "A"!!! I can't believe I keep going up and the reps don't go down. Still hittng all my reps inthe 4th week which is unusual and a lot of the exercises seem easier than the previous week despite the increase. I can feel the muscles working harder though. My focus is so good I can almost feel the tears and I rip shyte up!!! I look like a fuggin monster when pumped up and I feel like one too... a very sore and exhausted moster right now.

    The Creatine has really kicked in I can feel it coursing through my body, taking 6 grams of Craa-trona a day in pil and powder which is absolute max dosing.

    In a couple weeks when I add in Epi-v you are going to see some freaky shyte It's good to be a freak
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    Kickin butt DW. Are you concerned about being so sore and having taxed your CNS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenpoengineer View Post
    Kickin butt DW. Are you concerned about being so sore and having taxed your CNS?
    I'm pushing the envelope but surviving, feel better this week except last night I did not rake my PX during the day and accidently took them after supper I would up at 2am and couldn't get back to sleep.
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    Nice progress so far, looking lean as hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Nice progress so far, looking lean as hell.
    Yah well on my way thanks... need drop around another 2.5 to 3 percent while drying out and getting harder. I feel I am on track.

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    Leaning out like a beast DW
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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Leaning out like a beast DW
    Very slowly or fairly slowly.. the trick is to be in decent shape when you start and can afford to keep a steady calculated pace. The longer you can stay out of firefighting mode the better. A little firefighting in the end to bring our your peak condition is ok I think. Only if needed though.

    Another good gym day with only one mistake and that was training my shoulders and doing close grips before doing chest. I was switching up order but should have put chest early in the rotation. I feel so big and tight and have lost more fat since Saturday so what the scale says won't have a serious impact on my decison making this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenpoengineer View Post
    Kickin butt DW. Are you concerned about being so sore and having taxed your CNS?
    being concerned about CNS issues in prep? it need not exist
    we all beat our CNS up during a good hard prep, it is what it is
    plenty of time to recover later
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    being concerned about CNS issues in prep? it need not exist
    we all beat our CNS up during a good hard prep, it is what it is
    plenty of time to recover later
    Yah I'm taking a pounding, enjoynng it so far though. It's amazing what the body will take, you sure you're not going to be able to recover enough for the next round... but you do. Some days are better than others. Most have been stellar for me lately, the better I do in the gym the tougher the recovery but I live the tight hard feeling it gives me.
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    I don't really think you can make it through a contest prep without ending up in overtraining. Simple nerves alone can tax the CNS just from the stress of what you are doing and the pressure of the show. To decide to get down to an unhealthy body fat level as well as the training and diet it takes to get there puts an ungodly amount of stress on the system. It is just something you learn to accept as part of the sport.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    I don't really think you can make it through a contest prep without ending up in overtraining. Simple nerves alone can tax the CNS just from the stress of what you are doing and the pressure of the show. To decide to get down to an unhealthy body fat level as well as the training and diet it takes to get there puts an ungodly amount of stress on the system. It is just something you learn to accept as part of the sport.
    Agreed. The bet way to lean out to the max is thru overtraining. It may seem counterproductive but it works. Even if you're looking for a good beach body while on vacation but want to eat some questionable meals and drinks your best bet is to overtrain the week prior to going on said vacation. It'll hurt but it'll show your hard work and great physique.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    I don't really think you can make it through a contest prep without ending up in overtraining. Simple nerves alone can tax the CNS just from the stress of what you are doing and the pressure of the show. To decide to get down to an unhealthy body fat level as well as the training and diet it takes to get there puts an ungodly amount of stress on the system. It is just something you learn to accept as part of the sport.
    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Agreed. The bet way to lean out to the max is thru overtraining. It may seem counterproductive but it works. Even if you're looking for a good beach body while on vacation but want to eat some questionable meals and drinks your best bet is to overtrain the week prior to going on said vacation. It'll hurt but it'll show your hard work and great physique.
    True enough but be starting off in decent shape and avoiding fire fighting you can minimize it somewhat, but we are basically type "A" so we will likely push it anyways. The length of time you are in extreme mode can be shorter though. It's like when to kick it when your in a long race. That time is going to come but you want to wait till you know you can finish at your peak. I may be able to wait till the last few weeks to kick it which is a lot better than fighting it all the way through.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    True enough but be starting off in decent shape and avoiding fire fighting you can minimize it somewhat, but we are basically type "A" so we will likely push it anyways. The length of time you are in extreme mode can be shorter though. It's like when to kick it when your in a long race. That time is going to come but you want to wait till you know you can finish at your peak. I may be able to wait till the last few weeks to kick it which is a lot better than fighting it all the way through.
    This is a very good post. Too many people overdo it once or twice, or underdo it. This explains nicely to know your threshold without exceeding it too far. Well said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattikus View Post
    This is a very good post. Too many people overdo it once or twice, or underdo it. This explains nicely to know your threshold without exceeding it too far. Well said.
    Thanks, one of the purposes of this log is to get the feedback I need to know when to make the adjustments I need to make. Done properly I may be able to cruise very close to where I need to be come crunch time. Yah I will be fighting the fatigue at times.
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    Another burn day done... I find myself feeling just a bit hungry here and there, nothing too crazy...


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    I forgot to weigh in, was in a hurry had to give a demo this morning...

    Workout was nuggin futs, pushed to the max very good performance across the board and my body is screaming... all I needed was to here from Steve to not worry about my CNS, I was just looking for an excuse to abuse mysefl Felt a bit queasy here and there...
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    Looking good Doug. Keep doin work !!!
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    Yeah you just keep on cruising in with the minor but consistent changes and you will be show ready a few weeks out that is what you want to be basically be in a holding pattern for peak week so all you have to do is repeat what you have been doing to come in at your peak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Looking good Doug. Keep doin work !!!
    Yah I don't think I can stop anyhow...

    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Yeah you just keep on cruising in with the minor but consistent changes and you will be show ready a few weeks out that is what you want to be basically be in a holding pattern for peak week so all you have to do is repeat what you have been doing to come in at your peak.
    I have been doig some reading and that is what I like most. You don't need to change what you eat that much during peak week if you are in the condition you should be in. You lower protein enough to accomodate the extra carbs and you don't got that high on carbs no more than 3 times what you would eat normally and that would be like on the 3rd day. Something like 200 300 then 400 grams, depending on what your normal carb level is. Lots of time to think things over.
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    Makes sense to me what he says ... http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/layn...-episodes.html lots of sensible info here.
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    I do mini practice runs 2 weeks prior then 1 week. Deplete then load each time
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattys4 View Post
    I do mini practice runs 2 weeks prior then 1 week. Deplete then load each time
    Yah he front loads so that he has time to make adjustments. Basically it's business as usual besides that. No sodium or water depletion, no duretics... keep taking your supps.
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    You still looking at SkipLoading, or does Layne have something new you are looking into. I need to go read up on the article you linked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    You still looking at SkipLoading, or does Layne have something new you are looking into. I need to go read up on the article you linked.
    No he doesn't like tricks, thinks a lot like Steve. I am liking what I here though. I'm fuggn tired of tricks. Time to bite the bullet, get in shape and take a more conservative approach.
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    Wow that was a lot to take in at once but all caught up. I like his cleaner approach but still using the front loading method.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Wow that was a lot to take in at once but all caught up. I like his cleaner approach but still using the front loading method.
    Yah he ramps up the carbs conservatively and when he gets where he wants he ramps them down to more normal levels...
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