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    Iron Man Cycle:Methyl Extremed


    WEEKS 1-4 - On-Cycle
    Stats
    5'9"
    13.93 stone 195lbs

    Nutrition
    3064kcal
    Protein:290g
    Carbohydrates:303/243/182g (Days[1, 6/2, 4/3,5,7]);
    Fat:100g

    Supplementation
    Methyl Extreme - 2ED (ON:2 pre-wo; OFF:2 spaced 12 hours apart);
    Liver Support [Milk Thistle, NAC, R-ALA] (ON:AM; OFF:4 hours apart ME);
    Poseidon (AM)
    Poseidon-BA (Pre/Peri/Post WO);
    Xtend (Pre(2 scoops)/Peri(6 scoops)/Post WO(2 scoops);
    Greens+ (Post-WO);
    Surge (Post-WO);
    Ultra Peptide 2.0 (As Needed);

    Training
    Monday (Shoulders conjugate/Traps heavy)
    A) Seated dumbbell press 4/6-8/60-90 301

    B1) Upright rowing 3/10-12/0 312
    B2) Seated incline lateral raise 3/10-12/60 312

    C) Arnold press 3/8-10/60 302

    D) Lateral raise 1/100 reps

    E) Barbell power shrugs 5/5/60 30X0


    Tuesday (Quads/Hams/Biceps/Triceps)
    A1) Back squat 4/15, 12, 8, 20/90 30X0
    A2) Romanian deadlift 4/12, 10, 8, 15/90 3120

    B1) Barbell curl 3/6-8/10 30X0
    B2) Close-grip decline press 3/6-8/60 30X0

    C1) Preacher curl 3/10-12/10 3030
    C2) Decline dumbbell triceps extension 3/10-12/60 3030

    D1) Hammer curl 3/12-15/10 3120
    D2) Cable triceps extension 3/12-15/60 3120


    Thursday (Traps conjugate/Shoulders heavy)

    A) Barbell shrugs 4/6-8/60 31X1

    B1) Haney shrugs 3/10-12/10 3120
    B2) Upright rowing 3/10-12/60 3120

    C) Standing calf machine shrugs 3/8-10/30-45 32X0

    D) Rear delt machine 1/100

    E) Military press 5/5/60-90 30X0


    Saturday (Chest/Back)
    A1) Incline bench press 3/6-8/60 30X0
    A2) Bent over barbell rowing 3/6-8/60 31X0

    B1) Flat dumbbell bench press 3/10-12/15 3130
    B2) Lat pulldown 3/10-12/60 3130

    C1) Decline bench press 3/12-15/10 2010
    C2) Seated rowing 3/12-15/60 2010
    WEEKS 5-8 - post cycle therapy
    Stats

    Coming soon...

    Nutrition
    Coming Soon...

    Supplementation
    ActivaTe + TNA
    Lean Extreme 2
    Restore
    Torem
    Cycle Support
    Poseidon
    Poseidon-BA
    RPM
    White Flood v1
    Green Magnitude
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    Good luck kid!! Support sups look great.
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    was wondering when this was gonna start
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    13.93 stone?
    Come on, mate. This is the 21st century. In America. I (reluctantly, lol) learned how to convert kilograms, but what in the bloody hell is "13.93 stone?"
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    Day[0];


    Monday (Shoulders conjugate/Traps heavy)
    A) Seated dumbbell press 4/6-8/60-90 301
    w1[set1:65x8, set2:70x9, set3:75x6, set4:75x6];

    B1) Upright rowing 3/10-12/0 312
    w1[set1:50x12, set2:70x12, set3:80x12];

    B2) Seated incline lateral raise 3/10-12/60 312
    w1[set1:15x12, set2:15x12, set3:15x12];

    C) Arnold press 3/8-10/60 302
    w1[set1:40x10, set2:40x10, set3:40x10];

    D) Lateral raise 1/100 reps
    w1[set1:10x100];

    E) Barbell power shrugs 5/5/60 30X0
    w1[set1:275x5, set2:275x5, set3:225x5, set4:225x5, set:225x5];


    Notes:Took first dose of ME 45 minutes prior to workout with a cup of GFJ;
    I felt the Yohimbine tugging at my sack about 30 minutes later;
    Energy was subtle and clean;
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    Quote Originally Posted by ImJ2x View Post
    13.93 stone?
    Come on, mate. This is the 21st century. In America. I (reluctantly, lol) learned how to convert kilograms, but what in the bloody hell is "13.93 stone?"
    Seek and ye shall find; 195lbs
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    OK, OK -- I'll Google...
    (I bet I find it before the Donkeys find another victory.)
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    195.02 lbs
    (about what my "stones" weigh)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ImJ2x View Post
    OK, OK -- I'll Google...
    (I bet I find it before the Donkeys find another victory.)
    I listed it twice in this thread 195, okay now three times

    And I could see the Broncos losing their remaining games...
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    It's a Scottish unit of measurement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    It's a Scottish unit of measurement.
    Stone (mass)
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    For Chinese unit of weight, see Stone (Chinese weight).

    The stone is a unit of weight and mass. It is part of the Imperial system of weights and measures used in the British Isles, and formerly used in most Commonwealth countries. It is equal to 14 pounds and to 6.35029318 kg.

    Eight stone make a hundredweight in the Imperial system.

    The plural form of stone is correctly stone, though stones is sometimes used, not usually by natives of the British Isles. The abbreviation is st.

    History
    The stone was historically used for weighing agricultural commodities. Potatoes, for example, were traditionally sold in stone and half-stone (14-pound and 7-pound) quantities.

    A stone as a unit of 14 pounds originates with the definition in 1340 in England of the (now obsolete) sack defined as comprising 26 stone each of 14 pounds (ie 364 pounds). This supplanted earlier definitions of both sack and stone as units of measure, and set a standard for each.

    Historically the number of pounds in a stone varied by commodity, and was not the same in all times and places even for one commodity.

    Current use
    Although no longer an official unit of measure, the stone remains widely used within the British Isles as a means of expressing human body weight. People in these countries normally describe themselves as weighing, for example, "11 stone 4" (11 stone and 4 pounds), rather than "72 kilograms" in most other countries, or "158 pounds" (the conventional way of expressing the same weight in the United States). Its widespread colloquial use may be compared to the persistence in the British Isles of other Imperial units like the foot, the inch, and the mile, despite these having been supplanted entirely or partly (road distances and speed enforcement area are still expressed officially in miles and miles per hour respectively) by metric units in official use (a similar usage persists in Canada, despite that country having converted to the metric system in the 1970s).

    The official unit of body mass in medical and other contexts is the kilogram. In official use, provision is usually made for the public to express body weight in either stone or kilograms (similar allowance is made for measuring height in feet and inches). For example, on a National Health Service website both Imperial and metric units are used.

    Outside the British Isles, stone may also be used to express body weight in casual contexts in other Commonwealth countries, particularly Australia and New Zealand.
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    probably should have done your height in hands too then
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