Haiz gets FREAKY with Neovar 2.0

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  1. Nice to have you guys in here!

    As for the spider curl, I do in with a bench at a high incline with my chest on it. Makes you use ALL biceps, no cheating, w/ a great stretch at the bottom.
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy


  2. Day 12

    Legs - Workout 2 (Volume Phase)

    A1: Front Squat

    1: 145X6
    2: 145X6
    3: 145X6 - Drop 95X12

    A2: One Legged Leg Press

    1: 140X10
    2: 140X10
    3: 140X10

    B1: Leg Extension

    1: 110X6, 130X6, 150X6 (Ascending Set)
    2: 150X6, 130X8, 90X10 (Drop Set)
    3: 90X10 Per Leg (2 Legs up, lower with 1)

    B2: Hammer Strength Squat Machine - Close Stance Slow Tempo

    1: 180X10
    2: 180X10
    3: 180X10

    C1: BB SLDL

    1: 185X10
    2: 185X10
    3: 185X10

    C2: Single Leg Curl

    1: 50X12
    2: 50X12
    3: 50X12

    D1: Seated Calf Raises - Loaded with four 10's, one 25, one 45

    2 Rounds of: 6 reps, strip 1 ten, 6 reps, strip 1 ten, 6 reps, strip 1 ten, 6 reps, strip last ten, 8 reps, strip 25, rep out with 45.

    E1: Planks superset W/ Calf Press

    Calf Press = 2 rounds of: 110X6, 130X6, 150X6, 170X6, Rep out with 90.

    Thoughts

    DAMN! This workout left my lower body begging for mercy. Incredible stuff.

    Front squats were done light to really focus on form + get a better handle of how exactly I want to setup my grip/hands on these. Finally got comfortable on them today and I could have repped 145 more, but I wanted to keep perfect form. Definitely looking forward to incorporating these more now that I have the form down.

    The second superset for legs was BRUTAL. Pre-exhausted quads w/ extensions and then went straight to a close stance, slow tempo, constsant tension hammer squat. This was painful, but my legs loved it. Threw in some SLDL's and hammie curls to finish the legs off. Also added some intense calf training in. My calves are a definite weak spot and this high rep/intense training of them has been the only thing they have responded to, so I'm sticking to it for the time being.

    Overall, another great day in the gym. Tomorrow is a day off. It is my dad and step-mothers 10th anniversary, so Paps is cooking up filets and scallops...YEAH!
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy
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  3. Day 13 (off) and 14

    Shoulders/Tri's - Workout 2 (Volume Phase)

    A1: DB Shoulder Press

    1: 60X8
    2: 65X8
    3: 60X9 - Drop 40X6, Drop 30X6

    B1: Hammer Shoulder Press

    1: 90X8 1 + 1/2 Reps (1 Rep = bottom half + full rep)
    2: 90X12 (Slow - Constant Tension)
    3: 100X12 (Faster), Drop 95X12 (SLOW)

    B2: Lying Side Laterals (Lying on side on bench)

    1: 20X10
    2: 20X10
    3: 20X10

    C1: Cable Laterals - Behind Back

    1: 15X6, 20X6, 25X6 (Ascending Set)
    2: 25X6, 20X8, 15X10 (Drop set)

    D1: CGBP

    1: 145X8
    2: 145X8

    E1: Tricep Pressdown - Machine

    1: 130X10
    2: 130X10

    E2: Tricep Pushdowns - Cable Reverse Grip

    1: 70X6, 80X6, 90X6
    2: 90X6, 80X6, 50X10

    Thoughts

    Hit up the gym today after getting a great night of sleep. Felt really well rested and ready to rock the weights. Workout started off GREAT with DB Shoulder Press. Started with 60's (did them 8 times to failure/close last week) and did them 8 times easily. Decided to do the 65's and managed to get 8 good reps. Then I went back to the 60's and did a nice triple drop set. After that, moved on to the hammer press shoulder machine, which I set up to intentionally have a maximum ROM (starting from mid chest area). Because of the large ROM, I lowered the weight a good deal. Supersetted it with lying side laterals, which were new for me. Completely removed any potential cheating and really torched my medial delts. I then finished off delts with some cable work.

    Moved onto triceps on the close-grip bench. Did a couple sets of 145, but it did not feel good/strong. The strong pressing from the start of the workout definitely effected me here. I decided to stop after to sets and moved on to something else. Since my tri's had already taken a beating from the pressing, I kept the volume down a bit and did a couple supersets. Nothing fancy, but the tri's still got rocked.

    Overall a good workout, but tricep numbers could have been better. Endurance was still good, as well as energy. Pumps were top notch as usual.
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy

  4. Damn!

    This seems to be working out pretty good for ya.

    I think AN products are solid, probably the best i've tried when concerning the igf2. So, I have a very high interest in seeing how this turns out. I got about 300 bucks of stuff sitting in my nutra cart, but I may be able to remove about 3 items and sub with this, if it turns out as positive as i've been told it would....

    Yeah, subb'd to this one.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by hardknock View Post
    Damn!

    This seems to be working out pretty good for ya.

    I think AN products are solid, probably the best i've tried when concerning the igf2. So, I have a very high interest in seeing how this turns out. I got about 300 bucks of stuff sitting in my nutra cart, but I may be able to remove about 3 items and sub with this, if it turns out as positive as i've been told it would....

    Yeah, subb'd to this one.
    Nice to have you. This is definitely a good supplement.

    Is it magic? no. With proper eating/use though it has definitely increased endurance/fullness/strength.
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy
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  6. Day 15

    Back/Traps - Workout 2 (Volume Phase)

    A1: WG Pullups

    1: +25X8
    2: BWX10
    3: BWX8

    A2: Cable Row - Close Grip

    1: 120X15 (Slow Eccentric)
    2: 120X6, 130X6, 140X6
    3: 140X10

    B1: WG Pulldown - Reverse Grip + Stretch at top

    1: 140X10
    2: 140X10
    3: 140X10

    B2: Prone Bench Rows - Cable

    1: 45X12
    2: 45X12
    3: 45X12

    C1: Hammer Row

    1: 180X8
    2: 180X8

    C2: Rack Dead + Shrug (Do dead, Pause, Shrug, back down)

    1: 225X8
    2: 225X8

    Thoughts

    Good workout. Threw in a couple quick sets for calves at the end as well. workout could have been better, but I was rushed, as I had my little sister (almost 5) for the day and the day-care at the club closed at 1. Managed to squeeze everything in at around 45 minutes, so I was toast by the end. Strength was okay/good. Endurance was really quite good and fullness was incredible today.

    Things will be pretty busy this coming week. Last week of work for my summer job + I need to get a bunch of stuff in order for my apartment. Went out yesterday and bought some new kitchen stuff. My pride and joy is my new rice cooker = LOVE. Also bought a huge baking pan so that I can bake a bunch of chicken all at once and store it.

    Loving the diet. I've been doing milk + fruit smoothies for the meals in which that is called for. Also sludge when I'm rushed is DELICIOUS! Did Chocolate Scivation Whey Today + Peanut Butter + blueberries. So damn good it felt like all the flavors were having sex in my mouth.

    Off day tomorrow should allow me to get some **** done, but I'll be eagerly anticipating a massive chest/biceps day on monday!

    ROCK ON.
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy

  7. looking good! can't wait to start my bottle in a few weeks!
    SFW and GFH

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Inarius View Post
    looking good! can't wait to start my bottle in a few weeks!
    Nice! Its good stuff.

    My endurance felt great yesterday and I nailed my back hard...

    Today, sitting at my desk, I can feel the effects of that. My back is BLASTED. Soreness throughout. LOVE IT.
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy

  9. haha I love that feeling!
    I can't wait til the day after a training session to see how sore I can get
    SFW and GFH

  10. Day 16 - Off + Day 17

    Chest/Biceps - Workout 3 (Volume Phase)

    A1: Incline DB Press

    1: 75'sX8 (Easy)
    2: 80'sX8
    3: 75'sX7

    B1: Smith Machine Flat Bench

    1: 145X10 (Slow Tempo - Constant Tension)
    2: 145X8 (1/2 + 1 = bottom half + full rep equals one rep)
    3: 145X10 (Regular), Drop 95X12 (5 second eccentric)

    B2: Chest Fly Machine

    1: 110X10
    2: 120X8
    3: 80X15

    C1: Cable Crossovers - High Pulley

    1: 110X6, Drop 95X6, Drop 80X12

    C2: Pullovers - DB

    1: 60X10, rest, 60X10

    D1: Barbell Curl

    1: 95X8
    2: 95X7, Drop 75X8, Drop 55X12

    E1: Close Grip Preacher Curls

    1: 45X12 (5 seccond eccentric)
    2: 45X12 (5 second eccentric)

    E2: Crossbody Hammer Curls DB

    1: 30X8
    2: 30X8

    Thoughts

    Another solid volume workout in the bag! Next time I hit chest/biceps, it will be all about POWER. This time however, I did make some nice strength gains. After my first set of inclines with 75's, I decided to go for the 80's and got them for a solid 8 reps. After that I moved on to some supersets to really dominate my chest w/ minimal rest times. Did a lot of slow eccentric chest stuff today which kept the weight down, but the intensity up.

    Biceps were good as well. No real major increases in curl strength, but endurance was way up for the drop sets. Pump in my biceps throughout the bicep protion of the workout was unreal. I could barely move my arms!

    Very productive lift though, especially considering the time restraints. I had to work till 5:30 preparing talking points for the undersecretary about hunger action month. Then I had to babysit my little sis till 9. Managed to get to the gym by 9:30 and finish the workout by 10:30 (which is when I like to be in bed by since I wake at 5). Came home a threw together some whole wheat panckes with cottage cheese on top for my PWO meal. YUM. Didn't get to bed till 1 though after preparing foods/materials for today.

    I will say that my last dose of neovar for the day was before my pre-wo meal and even later at night (after my PWO meal) I was feeling a bit hypo. I slammed down some whole wheat toast and eggs before bed, which made me feel better though.

    Looking forward to LEGS LEGS LEGS today though! HELL YEAH!
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy

  11. Day 18

    Legs/Calves!!!! - Workout 3 (Volume Phase)

    A1: Squat Routine

    1: 145X8 (Front Squat)
    2: 185X8 (Back Squat)
    3: 145X8 (Front Squat)
    4: 145X20 (Back Squat)

    B1: Leg Extensions

    1: 110X6, 130X6, 150X6 (Ascending set)
    2: 150X8, 90X15 (Drop Set)
    3: 70X40 (Up both legs, down one leg)

    B2: DB Lunges - Walking

    1: 30'sX50 (25 per leg)
    2: 30'sX50 (25 per leg)
    3: 30'sX50 (25 per leg)

    C1: Hammer Squat Machine and DB RDL Routine

    1: 180X8 Squat, 70X8 RDL, 180X8 Squat, 70X8 RDL, 180X8 Squat, 70X8 RDL, 180X8 Squat, 70X8 RDL, 180X8 Squat, 70X8 RDL (ALL IN A ROW!!)

    D1: Lying Leg Curl - Single Leg

    1: 50X12 Per Leg (Normal Tempo), 50X8 Per Leg (Slow Tempo), 25X15 (Drop Set)

    Seated Calf Raises

    1: 150X6, 125X6, 100X6, 75X6, 50X10, 25X15 (Drop Sets)
    1: 150X6, 125X6, 100X6, 75X6, 50X10, 25X15 (Drop Sets)

    Thoughts

    MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. I had to go shopping at Costco after the workout to start getting food for school/move-in, and everyone was looking at me funny because I could barely walk around the place.

    Started the workout with some front squats. Felt good, but my back was a bit tight, so I threw in some light back squats, and then a nice 20 rep set at the end to get the workout off to a good start. What came next was brutal...leg extensions superset with DB lunges. I love pre-exhausting muscles and this was my best effort to date. Threw in some variations on the Leg-ex and then did 25 walking lunges per leg. When I had grabbed the 30's, I planned on doing 12 per leg...then I got going and just decided to just keep rollin!

    After the lunges, I did a superset of Hammer Squats and RDL's...5 sets for each, no rest, at all. Then moved to some quick hamstring curls and some calves. Overall, INCREDIBLE workout. Strength was not really a thought in my mind, but ENDURANCE today was beyond great beyond belief. One thing I did do today was throw vasocharge back into the mix, which made a big difference after a long ass day of work. Couldn't be happier with the way the lift went.

    Today is an off day, with shoulders/tri's tomorrow. Eat, recover, and grow are the only things on my list today!
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy

  12. Quote Originally Posted by hardknock View Post
    Damn!

    This seems to be working out pretty good for ya.

    I think AN products are solid, probably the best i've tried when concerning the igf2. So, I have a very high interest in seeing how this turns out. I got about 300 bucks of stuff sitting in my nutra cart, but I may be able to remove about 3 items and sub with this, if it turns out as positive as i've been told it would....

    Yeah, subb'd to this one.
    AN products are most definitely solid, and IGF-2 is undoubtedly MY favourite of theirs...You have to try it for yourself sometime; you seriously will NOT be disappointed...

    ...Good, solid log, too, Haiz
    Contact Me for INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING AND NUTRITION

    "Think like a Champion. Train like a Warrior. Live with a Purpose." - Rosie Chee

  13. Day 19

    Shoulders and Tri's - Workout 3 (Volume Phase)

    A1: DB Shoulder Press

    1: 65X8
    2: 65X8
    3: 60X7

    B1: WG Upright Row

    1: 85X8
    2: 85X8
    3: 85X8

    B2: Behind the Neck Smith Press to Ears. Constant Tension - 5 second eccentrics!

    1: 95X12
    2: 105X12
    3: 105X12

    C1: Delt Detonation Ala Bill F

    1: 10X5, 15X5, 20X5, 25X5, 20X5, 15X5, 10X5, 15X5, 20X5, 15X5, Rep Out with 10's.

    D1: Close Grip Bench

    1: 145X9
    2: 145X8

    E1: Tricep Pressdown/Dip Machine

    1: 170X8
    2: 170X8

    E1: Rope Pressdown

    1: 60X12
    2: 60X12

    Thoughts

    Another great workout. One of the best so far! Started Shoulders off with some DB Presses. 65's felt easy for 8 on the first set and got a solid 8 on the second. Moved down to 60's after that to get 7 good ones. Then I moved on to the BRUTAL superset of wide grip upright rows with behind the neck smith presses. I only went down as far as my ears on the presses and kept the weight light (to avoid shoulder trouble), but with a 5 second eccentric, 12 reps was absolutely killer. My shoulders were pretty much toast after that, but I decided to throw in something I saw in bill's log. Anyways, the "up and down...and up and down" the rack was a great finisher for the delts.

    Triceps felt good as well. Close Grip Bench felt much better and I slowed the pace down immensely from last week and still hit the same # of reps. Then I moved to the pressdown machine, added 20 pounds from last week and kept the reps the same. Supersetted that with rope pressdowns to really pump some blood into the muscle. Pump was incredible in the tris by this point.

    I threw in some ab work supersetting crunches w/ hanging leg raises w/ planks. Nice and quick, but very effective. I love these volume workouts, but I must say, I am looking forward to throwing up some weight during the power weeks. Its coming...SOON!
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy

  14. Day 20 - Back - Day 21 Off

    Back/Traps - Workout 3 (Volume Phase)

    A1: Chinpus

    1: BWX10
    2: BWX8
    3: BWX8

    A2: WG Hands Facing Each Other Pulldown - Slow Eccentric + 4 Second Stretch at top of EVERY rep

    1: 110X12
    2: 120X10
    3: 120X8

    B1: DB Row - Bent Over - 1 Arm

    1: 80X8
    2: 80X8

    B2: Bent Over W/ Head on Incline Bench = Back parallel to Ground DB Rows - Hammer Grip

    1: 30'sX10
    2: 30'sX10

    C1: Rack Dead Lifts W/ Shrug at Top

    1: 185X8
    2: 205X8
    3: 225X8
    4: 245X8

    C2: Hammer Row Machine

    1: 90X6, 110X6, 130X6
    2: 130X10, 90X10

    D1: Hammer Shrug

    1: 180X12
    2: 180X12


    D2: Behind the Back Shrug - BB

    1: 135X12
    2: 135X12

    Thoughts

    Whew!! Killer back workout yesterday that I am definitely feeling today. Started off with chinups superset with wide grip, hands facing pulldowns. The chins were done explosively w/ a hang at the bottom, and the pulldowns were done nice and slowly with a 4 second hang at the top of the rep. This really stretched out the lats and made sure I didn't cheat w/ momentum.

    From there, I moved on to DB Rows, which felt easy with the 80's. I however did not move up, as I really focused on the squeeze and no bouncing etc...Supersetted that with one of my favorite back exercises. You put your head on an incline bench so that your back is parallel with the ground, legs slightly bent. I grabbed a pair of 30's and rowed them this way. Keeping your head on the bench, forces you to not cheat and used all back...GREAT rowing exercise.

    I then moved to some rack deads, which felt great, so the last set was done at 245X8, which seemed easy. Paired that with some more rows (strict form as usual) to really finish off the lats. I then added in a nice superset for traps and called it a day!

    Finished packing up everything else for my apartment after the workout and moved more things in. Dad made some delicious turkey burgers last night w/ sweet potatoes, and veggies, so we had quite the feast after I finished with that. Today has been mainly comprised of me moving the rest of my things in --- BUSY! By 9 tonight however, I'll be in for good!!

    Work in the morning to help move freshman in (fun....), so I'll be up bright and early. Really enjoying this off day as a recovery day, but I can't wait for POWER CHEST tomorrow! HELL YEAH!!!!!
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy

  15. sweet log bro .. i missed the beginning but jus read day20th workout ... couple of questions ..

    how do you compare the new version to old ? does the new one give you a better kick in the gym ?

    also i was browsing through the log and couldnt find it .. how are u dosing this ?like 4-5caps pre workout ?

  16. Quote Originally Posted by GQNemesis View Post
    sweet log bro .. i missed the beginning but jus read day20th workout ... couple of questions ..

    how do you compare the new version to old ? does the new one give you a better kick in the gym ?

    also i was browsing through the log and couldnt find it .. how are u dosing this ?like 4-5caps pre workout ?
    New is better than old. I'd say endurance and fullness effects are noticeable vs. the first (which had them, but not to this degree). Also, strength is better for me, which I attribute mainly to the better forms of creatine in this version.

    As for dosing, I do 3 caps pre-breakfast and 3 caps before my pre-workout meal.
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy

  17. Quote Originally Posted by haiz69 View Post
    New is better than old. I'd say endurance and fullness effects are noticeable vs. the first (which had them, but not to this degree). Also, strength is better for me, which I attribute mainly to the better forms of creatine in this version.

    As for dosing, I do 3 caps pre-breakfast and 3 caps before my pre-workout meal.
    oh nice, glad its working out for you
    yah the old neovar kicked ass .. i got 2 stashed away
    yah i heard this is even better since they added another 100mg of blended creatines i think

    keep it up .. and good luck on ya cycle

  18. Sorry I haven't been in here. Moved in to my apartment and had NO internet for a week. Neovar is about out, but I'll post my updates later tonight. Things are going VERY well.
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy

  19. how have you been dosing this?
    SFW and GFH

  20. Quote Originally Posted by GQNemesis View Post
    oh nice, glad its working out for you
    yah the old neovar kicked ass .. i got 2 stashed away
    yah i heard this is even better since they added another 100mg of blended creatines i think

    keep it up .. and good luck on ya cycle
    NeoVar Recomped is better than the original version because it is completely DIFFERENT! It's creatine monohydrate and phosphocreatine (plus some other goodies), instead of a creatine ethyl ester, which is what the original version was. Definitely a superior product.
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by haiz69 View Post
    Sorry I haven't been in here. Moved in to my apartment and had NO internet for a week. Neovar is about out, but I'll post my updates later tonight. Things are going VERY well.
    Bump for results

  22. I was finally able to get some pics, so tonight/tomorrow I'll have pics and a review.

    All I have to say is I really enjoyed this stuff!
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy

  23. Quote Originally Posted by haiz69 View Post
    I was finally able to get some pics, so tonight/tomorrow I'll have pics and a review.

    All I have to say is I really enjoyed this stuff!
    Looking forward to the results!
    Nimbus Nutrition
    When Performance is EVERYTHING.
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