It's fuggin here now old fuggers contest prep Extravaganza!!!!!!!

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post

    I did the one where you jam 2000 grams in, in 24 hours.. fuggin brutal. It was fun for about 30 minutes.
    Good God man. Makes me feel fat just thinking about it.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by calebsmitty View Post
    Damn. Thats crazy. Was that from the book? Under the strength accumulation I was supposed to eat 800-900g PWO which for me would be about 1.5-2 hrs before bed. Just was too much for me. CBL works best when you can train from about 3-6 in the afternoon. So you have time to get the carbs in.
    It's called skiploading...
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by mattikus View Post
    Good God man. Makes me feel fat just thinking about it.
    Actually cause rapid weight loss when used with a significant calorie restriction for 6 days and load on the 7thi..

  4. REALLY good stuff in here guys, learning alot

    im thinkin of looking more into CBL but my workout times seem to always vary, another reason i like IF

  5. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post

    If Martin Berkham is your idea of the ideal physique then IF is great
    Martin Berkham is def not my idea of the ideal physique. Kai Greene is my idea of THE ideal physique
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by mkretz View Post
    REALLY good stuff in here guys, learning alot

    im thinkin of looking more into CBL but my workout times seem to always vary, another reason i like IF
    Still not sure if IF is that best thing for you but for now it seems to be what you prefer.

    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Martin Berkham is def not my idea of the ideal physique. Kai Greene is my idea of THE ideal physique
    Don't know who those dudes are but I don't follow pro bodybuilding at all. I think they look ridiculous. I liked the Frank Zane type physique back in the day. I still would have to say that is my idea of a good physique.

  7. Ok Martin Berkham is the Lean Gains dude. That is a good physique no doubt. I would prefer a tad more of a full look but that's basically the ideal for me.

  8. Burn day, I made protein balls last night and had to taste test them so had one....


    My balls don't contain rice crisps by the way, it's the closest to the macro content of mine I could find in the database.

  9. Deads this morning .. going up 20 lbs so should be interesting...

  10. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Ok Martin Berkham is the Lean Gains dude. That is a good physique no doubt. I would prefer a tad more of a full look but that's basically the ideal for me.
    Yup that's the guy. Much too lean in my perspective. To each their own though. Realistically I'd be extremely happy to float around 220-230 within five years without having to go the insulin and aas route. I like Kai because his legs are giganterous and I'm really loving my leg workouts right now. Plus his work ethic and life morals are very motivating. Zane had great physique as well.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Deads this morning .. going up 20 lbs so should be interesting...
    Kill it D Dub. That 1-alpha should be seeing you thru it very nicely
    Independent Review

  12. Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Yup that's the guy. Much too lean in my perspective. To each their own though. Realistically I'd be extremely happy to float around 220-230 within five years without having to go the insulin and aas route. I like Kai because his legs are giganterous and I'm really loving my leg workouts right now. Plus his work ethic and life morals are very motivating. Zane had great physique as well.
    The bodybuilders of today are ridiculously big. The sport has lost all sense of itself. You know Frank Zane was 200 lbs when he won the Olympia. 205 to 215 for me and no more is desirable and I'm close to 6 feet and I will still look huge if he quality is there. There is so much you can do size wise without losing your athleticism.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    The bodybuilders of today are ridiculously big. The sport has lost all sense of itself. You know Frank Zane was 200 lbs when he won the Olympia. 205 to 215 for me and no more is desirable and I'm close to 6 feet and I will still look huge if he quality is there. There is so much you can do size wise without losing your athleticism.
    as long as you can squat to pick up something or bend over an tie your shoes, thats the limit lol...

    DW, you are an inspiration to many older and young fella like me... continue the shredding and building bruv
    ...::: Olympus Labs Representative :::...
    Crossfit - DEMIGOD -

  14. Quote Originally Posted by runner_79 View Post
    as long as you can squat to pick up something or bend over an tie your shoes, thats the limit lol...

    DW, you are an inspiration to many older and young fella like me... continue the shredding and building bruv
    Thanks ....slow and steady. I am going to stay at this as long as I can.

  15. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post

    The bodybuilders of today are ridiculously big. The sport has lost all sense of itself. You know Frank Zane was 200 lbs when he won the Olympia. 205 to 215 for me and no more is desirable and I'm close to 6 feet and I will still look huge if he quality is there. There is so much you can do size wise without losing your athleticism.
    It's the insulin and hgh man. Probably responsible for 1/4 of their mass. Although I'm not sure that I agree the sport has lost all sense of itself, it's just adapted to the current climate of professional sports where bigger is better. I will agree with you however about retaining some form of athleticism. That is much more important than being huge as feck.
    Independent Review

  16. Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    It's the insulin and hgh man. Probably responsible for 1/4 of their mass. Although I'm not sure that I agree the sport has lost all sense of itself, it's just adapted to the current climate of professional sports where bigger is better. I will agree with you however about retaining some form of athleticism. That is much more important than being huge as feck.
    It's a fine line.

  17. Deads went very smooth with the 20 lb increase for 4 sets of 8
    Cleans only 5 lbs up seemed very light, shows my strength was definitely up
    Pullups were tough after cleans and deads

    I did 7 sets of wide lat pulldowns after, my arms were pretty toasted didn't really feel the lats like I wanted.

    I am up to 200.5 which is about a 2.5 lb increase but I am definitely leaner as pics will show tomorrow.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by mkretz View Post
    my workout times seem to always vary, another reason i like IF


    still looking at the wrong things

    varying w/o times can be accommodated/incorporated into any plan


    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Kai Greene is my idea of THE ideal physique
    mean greene physique is mean


    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    If Martin Berkham is your idea of the ideal physique then IF is great, however he even admits he did not gain most of his size on IF he gained it before then then refined it.
    bingo!

  19. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post


    still looking at the wrong things

    varying w/o times can be accommodated/incorporated into any plan


    mean greene physique is mean


    bingo!
    Yah same thing can be said of me really...

  20. In for the show! Quite the run you have there DW!
    Come join me on my Olympus goodie run (Ostarine / Ep1c / Str3ngth / Sup3r PCT)

  21. Quote Originally Posted by punthra View Post
    In for the show! Quite the run you have there DW!
    Hey welcome, yes it's going to get very wild

  22. what exactly is your protein ball recipe

  23. Quote Originally Posted by mkretz View Post
    what exactly is your protein ball recipe
    I've seen him post it somewhere weeks ago. Just search for it
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by mkretz View Post
    what exactly is your protein ball recipe
    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    I've seen him post it somewhere weeks ago. Just search for it
    Simple really about 3 cups of oats, 2 cups natural pm, 1/2 cup honey and around 8 to 10 scoops of protein. Mix, roll, refrigerate.

  25. So fuggers what say you... am I on track !! I am 2 weeks in 16 weeks out ...

  26. baBOOM!
    great shoulder seperation douglas
    nice work ya old fugger

  27. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    baBOOM!
    great shoulder seperation douglas
    nice work ya old fugger
    Thanks Steve, and I'm just gettin fuggin started... plenty of spring left in this old fuggers step yet...

    Oh yah today did 10 k in pretty heavy snow and 40 minutes on the eliptical and 14 wheel of death with was a surprise cuz my core was feeling pretty fried the walk back in the snow was fuggin brutal..

    I earned my fuggin Steak tonight and then some...

  28. So just like I said leaner and biigger, no adjustments to be made yet based on those pics.

  29. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    So just like I said leaner and biigger, no adjustments to be made yet based on those pics.
    damn you are a cardio machine, sheesh.


    i mean you are a long way out, look perfectly fine at this point..you got this, know what you need to do for awhile.
    keep rocking it
  

  
 

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