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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonfly View Post
    Nope.

    dont knock it til you try it.

    if youve tried it, youre crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    You'd think in a congregation of pro bodybuilders "SOMEONE" would have called him on it, "Hey, its a bench press contest. Stop showing off your tricep presses."

    If you're limited by shoulder ROM, then its cool, you do what you can, but don't enter a CONTEST where you're doing half the work as everybody else.

    If I were a judge, I would have said, "minus 20 reps from total for ROM deficit"
    Seriously, I can hardly push 225 - but I could push out more "real" reps than him with spastic diarrhea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolandajoint View Post
    dont knock it til you try it.

    if youve tried it, youre crazy.
    their burgers are really good, but i'd rather have the fries with just ketchup
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolandajoint View Post
    dont knock it til you try it.
    Generally I would agree with such statement but in this case....

    I'll learn to disagree

    if youve tried it, youre crazy.
    Nope, just DIFFERENT
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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    their burgers are really good, but i'd rather have the fries with just ketchup
    you gotta try the fries animal style. its somethin else. but a good, very very good somethin else.

    dragonfly, its probably best you think they look disgusting, because then you would never be tempted to eat them. and i dont know about volcom, but i drive past in n out every day i lift, because its in the same complex as my gym, and to top it all off, my gf works there
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    Final Review: Full Write Up with Videos


    30 Days of Blue GENE

    Thank you Controlled Labs for the opportunity and the confidence to test your product, Blue GENE. A special thanks to everyone who frequented my log and kept it encouraging, fun, informational and on many occasions completely random.

    First and foremost, I’ll address those who have a heightened inclination toward scrutiny and skepticism, which is perfectly okay. I can clarify some logistical concerns to pre-empt scrutiny, but I can’t do anything to defy skepticism, I’ll just hope you take my assertions to be integral and valid.

    I wanted to test Blue GENE’S ability to effect gym performance, as performance is one of the product’s mission statements. Improved gym performance can have a correlation with an improved physique, therefore, I thought it a worthy cause to assess. A week prior to beginning my Blue GENE run, I assessed my muscle endurance with a “heavy” endurance bout, and by heavy, I mean I used a weight where my repetitions can exceed 15, but in no way would I be able to achieve 30. I chose the 100lbs Dumbbells.

    Furthermore, I performed a strength assessment the week prior to my Blue GENE run. For strength, I performed the 295lbs Flat Bench Press. A good strength building range consists of using a weight that can be pushed 4-6 times, upwards of 7-8.

    I am a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and therefore, I am aware of the many mediating variables that may effect the outcome of my performance assessments. Therefore, I wanted to pre-empt some logistical scrutiny involving my assessments. I realize that a manipulation of diet alone, could produce a significant influence over my performance-ability over the span of a month. Therefore, I did not alter my diet in any specific fashion. My dietary habits and macro intake remained unchanged from the month prior to my Blue GENE experience and the month during my Blue GENE experience. If there were any alterations to my diet, it would have been an alteration that would have been more so detrimental, as there was a week and a half where I had virtually no appetite, as a result of some life stressors. Reality happens.

    Also, training style would have a truly significant impact on performance-ability. Had I focused on strength lifting and CNS stimulating routines, my strength results would inevitably increase. Had I focused on exciting a muscular endurance response, my endurance would inevitably increase. If the customer base were predominantly athletes, this might have been a valid approach. However, most of us here are bodybuilders and for the most part, our aim is ultimately hypertrophy. Therefore, I geared my workouts toward the acclamation of the masses, moderately heavy weight, fairly high in volume, just like I would and anyone of us would do, for the most part, when maximal hypertrophy is the primary goal.

    I wanted my experience to reflect how Blue GENE would effect the average joe, per se, and how Blue GENE may have an influence over strength and endurance throughout the course of the average lifter, and by average, I mean those of us who body build, not strength train or endurance train.

    I want to reiterate that I did not train or eat in a fashion that would inherently result in the improved performance of my assessments. There was no specificity toward strength lifting, or endurance building. I was first and foremost a bodybuilder this month, as I am most of the months throughout the year.

    Personal Assessment of Blue GENE.

    1. What was most notable in terms of gym performance was muscle endurance and general stamina. My workout partner, who is virtually a mirror image of myself performance wise, except a bit stronger (but our strength comparisons can teeter totter), was a good indicator of the positive effects I was experiencing on Blue GENE. Around week two, I began to outperform him in both strength and endurance, meaning, I was lifting more weight then he was and in occasions where the weights that we were lifting were even in load, I could pull off more reps. Had this been a single occasion, or even a back & forth phenomenon, I would have considered it part of our cycle. Sometimes I perform better in the gym and sometimes he performs better in the gym. However, my superior performance was consistently so and the degree at which I was excelling beyond him was growing and growing in margin.

    By week three, my superior performance was so prevalent and impressive, that I actually ordered my own bottle from Nutraplanet to continue Blue GENE once my official 30 day sponsorship ended.

    2. The second most notable aspect about my Blue GENE experience was an insane boost in my libido. I actually had never experienced such a libido boost on anything I’ve ever taken. However, this libido boost reached a pinnacle by the end of week two and my libido began to diminish until I reached normalcy again.

    3. Thirdly, I experienced sporadic instances of Stim like focus. This did not occur every time, but the times it did, the best way I can describe it is when you’re on a Stim and you’re eyes seem to be pulled open and everywhere you look, it feels as though you are staring very intently. It was a Stim like focus, but without the Stim sensations. My general focus was consistently increased, but I did not attain this Stim like level focus every time. Perhaps 10-15 times to this degree in my 30 day experience.

    Something worth noting:

    - In my experience, Blue GENE did not perpetuate any pre-gym symptoms. I was not pre-amped to go into the gym, no acute boost of energy, nor did the focus set in “pre-gym.” For me, Blue GENE required some waking up. Once the blood got moving, all the symptoms would manifest and manifest in multitudes. You can feel it “turn on” once you’ve warmed up and then you can feel it setting in quite overwhelmingly.

    Video Assessment

    As mentioned above. I performed a pre-cycle muscle endurance and muscle strength assessment and at the end of the cycle, I performed a post-cycle muscle endurance and muscle strength assessment.

    Important Note: During my pre-cycle assessments, I weighed 214lbs-216lbs. During my post-cycle assessments, I weighed 211lbs. Factors that could have effected my weight loss could be my extended workouts. As my run progressed, my muscle endurance and general stamina continued to be enhanced, which lead to longer and even more intense workouts, which I will post beneath.

    Pre-Blue GENE Muscle Endurance Assessment
    - Body weight: 214lbs-216lbs
    - 100lbs Dumbbells x 17 reps


    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZ1k3DeWd4o"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]

    Post-Blue GENE Muscle Endurance Assessment
    - Body weight: 211lbs
    - 100lbs Dumbbells x 22 reps


    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q75axL4ZmK4"]YouTube - 100lbs Dumbbells x 22 reps[/ame]

    Pre-Blue GENE Muscle Strength Assessment
    - Body weight: 214lbs-216lbs
    - 295lbs x 7 reps


    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GG1ThgpZlQ"]YouTube - Benchpress[/ame]

    Post-Blue GENE Muscle Strength Assessment

    - Body weight: 211lbs
    - 295lb x 6 1/2 reps


    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYf9CfivT9w"]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/nomedia]


    As you were able to observe, I had a significant improvement in muscle endurance, however, my muscle strength suffered by 1 rep. Initially, I was a little disappointed, however, to bring these results into perspective, my muscle endurance and general stamina reflected in my workouts in a much more significant manner then an increase in strength. I will post three progressive chest workout days, where you can observe my increasing ability to push more and push harder, which ultimately, is the greater factor in muscle hypertrophy. Please take note that I did not intend on doing this three day comparison from the beginning, otherwise, obviously, I could have intentionally set it up to cater to signs of progression.

    Week 1

    Flat Bench
    225lbs x 10 reps [2250]
    225lbs x 10 reps [2250]
    275lbs x 5 reps [1375]
    275lbs x 5 reps [1375] = {7250lbs}, {30 reps}

    Incline Bench
    185lbs x 10 reps [1850]
    205lbs x 10 reps [2050]
    225lbs x 10 reps [2250]
    245lbs x 8 reps [1960] = {8110lbs}, {48 reps}

    Smith, Flat Bench
    225lbs x 10 reps [2250]
    245lbs x 10 reps [2450]
    275lbs x 7 reps [1925] = {6625lbs}, {27 reps}

    Dips
    BW x 15 reps [3210]
    BW x 12 reps [2568]
    BW x 10 reps [2140] = = {7918lbs}, {37 reps}

    Total Load Performed: 29,903lbs
    Total Reps Performed: 142

    Peak Load: 275lbs
    Peak Reps: 15

    Avg Load: 210lbs
    Avg Reps: 10.1


    Greatest Free Weight Effort: 275lbs x 5 reps

    Week 1.5

    Flat Bench, Free
    225lbs x 10 reps [2250]
    245lbs x 10 reps [2450]
    275lbs x 6 reps [1650]
    275lbs x 6 reps [1650] = {8000lbs}, {32 reps}

    Incline Bench, Free
    185lbs x 10 reps [1850]
    205lbs x 8 reps [1640]
    205lbs x 7 reps [1435] = {4925lbs}, {25 reps}

    Db Flat Press
    100lbs x 8 reps [800]
    95lbs x 8 reps [760]
    90lbs x 10 reps [900] = {2460lbs}, {26 reps}

    Incline Bench, Smith
    185lbs x 10 reps [1850]
    205lbs x 8 reps [1640]
    205lbs x 8 reps [1640] = {5130lbs}

    Flat Bench, Smith
    185lbs x 10 reps [1850]
    205lbs x 8 reps [1640]
    205lbs x 7 reps [1435] = {4925lbs], {25 reps}

    Total Load Performed: 25,440lbs
    Total Reps Performed: 108 reps

    Peak Load: 275lbs
    Peak Reps: 10 reps

    Avg Load: 235.5lbs
    Avg Reps: 6.75 reps

    Greatest Free Weight Effort: 275lbs x 6 reps


    Week 2

    Flat Bench, Free
    225lbs x 10 reps [2250]
    245lbs x 10 reps [2450]
    275lbs x 8 reps [2200]
    225lbs x 10 reps [2250] = {9150}, {38 reps}

    Incline Bench, Free
    185lbs x 8 reps [1480]
    185lbs x 8 reps [1480]
    185lbs x 8 reps [1480] = {4440}, {24 reps}

    Incline Bench, Smith
    185lbs x 10 reps [1850]
    195lbs x 10 reps [1950]
    205lbs x 8 reps [1640]
    195lbs x 10 reps [1950]
    185lbs x 10 reps [1850] = {9240}, {48 reps}

    Body weight (214lbs) Dips
    BW x 15 reps [3210]
    BW x 12 reps [2568]
    BW x 10 reps [2140] = {7918}, {37 reps}

    Pec Flies
    190lbs x 12 reps [2280]
    190lbs x 10 reps [1900]
    190lbs x 10 reps [1900] = {6080}, {32 reps}

    Total Load Performed: 36,828lbs
    Total Reps Performed: 179 reps

    Peak Load: 275lbs
    Peak Reps: 15 reps

    Avg Load: 205lbs
    Avg Reps: 10 reps (9.94)

    Greatest Free Weight Effort: 275lbs x 8 reps


    IN SUMMARY

    Week 1
    Total Load Performed: 29,903lbs
    Total Reps Performed: 142

    Peak Load: 275lbs
    Peak Reps: 15

    Avg Load: 210lbs
    Avg Reps: 10.1

    Greatest Free Weight Effort: 275lbs x 5 reps

    Week 1.5
    Total Load Performed: 25,440lbs
    Total Reps Performed: 108 reps

    Peak Load: 275lbs
    Peak Reps: 10 reps

    Avg Load: 235.5lbs
    Avg Reps: 6.75 reps

    Greatest Free Weight Effort: 275lbs x 6 reps

    Week 2
    Total Load Performed: 36,828lbs
    Total Reps Performed: 179 reps

    Peak Load: 275lbs
    Peak Reps: 15 reps

    Avg Load: 205lbs
    Avg Reps: 10 reps (9.94)

    Greatest Free Weight Effort: 275lbs x 8 reps

    Most predominantly, notice the increase in my general stamina and muscle endurance, which was reflected by total reps performed. Also, Greatest Free Weight Effort went up, which is a direct implication of strength increase. However, that strength increase did not translate when I used 295lbs, as oppose to my normal peak weight of 275lbs.

    Most sponsored loggers seem to carry an obligatory closing statement, that states the users enjoyment and willingness to use the product in the future. I took it a step further and bought my own bottle of Blue GENE for continued use, following my official log. I hope that carries some weight as to the testament of my enjoyment of this product.

    For those of you already following my log, I will continue my log with the Blue GENE & Blue UP Stack. I appreciate your guys inputs and personalities and I welcome anyone else. Thank you, Controlled Labs.

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    I apologize for any grammer, spelling or sentence coherency errors. I did proof read this a couple times, but as you can, its a lot to go over and I could have easily missed something.

    Please let me know if anything requires further clarification.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    I apologize for any grammer, spelling or sentence coherency errors. I did proof read this a couple times, but as you can, its a lot to go over and I could have easily missed something.

    Please let me know if anything requires further clarification.
    Awesome write up. If I ever have a supplement - you're the first logger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimberLakers View Post
    Awesome write up. If I ever have a supplement - you're the first logger.
    Thanks, bro, looking forward to the ECA beatdown.
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    awesome end to the log man. looking forward to the continuation with blue up.

    im guessing thats the CSUF super-gym. looks shnazzy as hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    You'd think in a congregation of pro bodybuilders "SOMEONE" would have called him on it, "Hey, its a bench press contest. Stop showing off your tricep presses."

    If you're limited by shoulder ROM, then its cool, you do what you can, but don't enter a CONTEST where you're doing half the work as everybody else.

    If I were a judge, I would have said, "minus 20 reps from total for ROM deficit"
    I watch a sh*t load of youtube videos and almost ALL of the pros cheat like mudda-phukkas!! I get a kick out of those half-reps they're all doing. They say it's to keep tension on the working muscles by stopping short of lock-out. But they're stopping WAY short of lock out!!
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    Awesome summary Volcom!! Just beautiful. Really. This was a classic log. One that'll be looked at for years to come here at AM. It's great reading through and through. I wish I could give you half of my reputation points. You're truly deserving. Way to go bro.
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    EXCELLENT conclusion to your sponsored run, bro! Very detailed write-up. Well dome, sir. Very well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolandajoint View Post
    awesome end to the log man. looking forward to the continuation with blue up.

    im guessing thats the CSUF super-gym. looks shnazzy as hell.
    Yes it is, my only complaint is that its not Dead lift conducive, and thanks, bro.
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    Amazing writeup. Eternal reps! You impressed the hell out of me, which doesn't mean much ... but you still did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thundergod View Post
    Awesome summary Volcom!! Just beautiful. Really. This was a classic log. One that'll be looked at for years to come here at AM. It's great reading through and through. I wish I could give you half of my reputation points. You're truly deserving. Way to go bro.
    You're too kind. This was a fun log, but it had more to do with everyone else, then it was me, but thanks for the compliments.

    My log isn't technically over yet, just the sponsored portion. I'm going to sail on as you might say on my own accord, with Blue GENE and Blue Up and see where that takes me. Thanks for being around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaddow View Post
    EXCELLENT conclusion to your sponsored run, bro! Very detailed write-up. Well dome, sir. Very well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RenegadeRows View Post
    Amazing writeup. Eternal reps! You impressed the hell out of me, which doesn't mean much ... but you still did.
    Thanks, I wanted to do it justice, and I appreciate the opportunity, bud
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    My log isn't technically over yet, just the sponsored portion. I'm going to sail on as you might say on my own accord, with Blue GENE and Blue Up and see where that takes me. Thanks for being around.
    You gonna continue logging it in here or are you starting a new thread somewhere? Either way, you know I'll be along for the journey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaddow View Post
    You gonna continue logging it in here or are you starting a new thread somewhere? Either way, you know I'll be along for the journey.
    Because I'll be extending the perhaps "saturated" effects of Blue GENE in my system, I thought it most justifiable to remain in the same log, as it is an extension (but with a twist). Of course this may detract "new comers" or may even be considered misleading for browsers, however, I posted my final review in a separate thread post, so if new comers find their way here via my Final Review thread, they'll know whats up.

    I actually have just two more doses of my original Blue GENE batch, but there was no way I could have gotten my videos done after today (in time).

    I woke up at 5:30a.m. this morning. Drove to my work and got there before the morning janitors, hijacked the Firms digital camera with video capability and arrived at the school gym prior to my internship starting time.

    I kept my jacket on because it was @$$crack cold this morning and I wanted my muscles to be warm for my assessments. Now, I'm butt@$$ tired, so don't say I never did noth'n for you guys. I said I would work it out and I did.

    Anyhoo, so Friday will be my last dose of this original bottles portion. I'll probably start my Blue Balls Stack on Saturday.

    I may continue in the same direction, or try things from a different and in my opinion, more effective perspective. We'll see.
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    Makes sense. That's what I would do too.

    I also noticed you were online pretty early this morning. Way to suck it up and take one for the team!
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    Awesome job, Volcom! I doff my hat!
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    Awesome job, Volcom! Nice strength improvement on those DBs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    Awesome job, Volcom! Nice strength improvement on those DBs!
    Thanks Irish, I hope you reap some quality benefits on your run too.
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    Great form, great log!
    You have earned my respect, that's for sure.
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    That was a very thorough explanation and review, Samuel. Interesting, and entertaining.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    That was a very thorough explanation and review, Samuel. Interesting, and entertaining.
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