2 DAYS ON RECREATE/PWFULL/AP-feeling like an alpha FE-MALE !!!
- 09-30-2008, 03:59 PMContact Me for INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING AND NUTRITION
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- 10-01-2008, 02:04 AM
- 10-01-2008, 02:16 AM
10-01-2008, 09:36 AM
10-01-2008, 11:28 AM
Ya, it was amazing. But, it was the older formula. It was pretty normal for people to be taking 9caps/day.
10-01-2008, 01:08 PM
10-02-2008, 02:45 AM
Right, thanks for that, I was just about to swallow a third of the bottle content
Seriously, think I'll try to ramp up PwFULL at 3 pre-WO (currently taking 2).
I've actually went down on Recreate, I only take 2 daily in split doses morning/pre-WO. I found 3 caps per day (2 in the morning) is an overkill unless I'm doing morning HIIT. Recreate just stimulates me WAY TOO MUCH
Can't imagine having TOO MUCH PwFULL though, no such thing
10-02-2008, 02:50 AM
10-02-2008, 11:55 AM
10-03-2008, 09:31 PM
Bench, Bi's and Tri's - still in the RECOVERY phase, didn't feel 100% but positive aggression was there so I didn't feel like resting (haha, what a convenient excuse, as if I EVER DO )
A bit of a disappointing session really, just maintenance. Numbers stayed the same. I think my body is getting used to this particular routine so it may be time for a change.
In reality I shouldn't complain, you CAN'T EXPECT PROGRESS ALL THE TIME. Besides, if I'm sick or over-trained, upper body is where I lose strength first, so, it DOESN'T MATTER if lifts HAVEN'T INCREASED, it is more important at this stage that they HAVEN'T GONE DOWN
10-03-2008, 09:41 PM
10-03-2008, 09:52 PM
10-03-2008, 10:36 PM
OK, so it has been almost two weeks since my last hard core leg workout.
I hit the gym geared on 3 PwFULL
* Warmup- walking dumbell lunges, went REALLY LIGHT on these, 3 X 10 strides, 33lb dumbells
* On to the real thing : Smith machine squats, Now, ANYTIHING on a SMITH IS particularly BRUTAL in my gym 'cause the machine hasn't been lubricated in years , so you could probably double the weight if you weren't pushing against ALL THAT resistance.
Just as I loaded up the bar to my previous max 137.5lb, my EX walks over to me (haven't seen him in the gym in ages), he takes a look at the Smith and asks me: WHAT ARE YOU DOIN'G WITH ALL THAT? You're not lifting it are you ?
I was going to be a smartar$e and reply : No, I just set it up for you ...
but I "behaved" myself ...
Then he had another look at the Smith, then at my legs and then at his legs and he said: I can't believe this, I'M JEALOUS !
I replied (without even trying to "behave myself") : SO YOU SHOULD BE
Finally onto my workout,
* squeezed 8 reps at 137.5lb and bumped the weight to 143lb and pushed another 10 reps
* Leg Curls superset Jumping Dumbell Squats
I WAS STOKED, went up by 6lb on a leg curl, I've been curling the same weight for so long it wasn't funny
...and then I was jumping with 2 X 33lb dumbells as if it WERE A JOKE, last time I was dying with that weight, pulling out 4 jumps barely in a VEEERY SLOOOOW motion. This time I was knocking out 8 reps and it was FUN !!!!
10-03-2008, 11:32 PM
Very happy for you.
Doing a set of what feels like you went to failure, adding weight and blasting even more reps than the last set...ahhh, it's bliss.
After your ex said he was jealous of your legs you should have cocked your head to the side, looked his legs up and down, and said, "Ya, I would be too."...and then performed one of the many variations of the Bluth Chicken Dance...
10-05-2008, 02:10 AM
10-05-2008, 10:46 AM
It's FINALLY starting to cool off in Florida. Humidity is the first thing to go down, and then the temp. I've been enjoying the cool mornings; sitting outside, smelling the salty air, sipping coffee and lisening to music. Do that for about a half-hour after breakfast and then hit the gym.
Man, I've got it rough
10-05-2008, 11:13 AM
Its REALLY cooling down in the Rotten Apple... Looking at 40s and 50s in the morning commute... Dipping low in the evening. I love leaving the bedroom window wide open and sleeping when its like this.
10-05-2008, 11:14 AM
10-06-2008, 08:00 AM
It can get close to 80% humidity here in summer, plus the temperatures get just slightly below the 40C mark. It is a freakin' paradise for snakes and reptiles....speaking of which...
Started a new job today, I'm a postdoctoral scientist in a medical research lab. I will be evaluating the effectiveness of certain lipid/cholesterol lowering drugs on suppressing aortic aneurysm in mice...if that means anything
Anyways, today I inspected the mice I'm supposed to be using for my experiment. To my utter horror, more than half of them (25 out of 48) died from .... now this is where it gets exciting...a SNAKE ATTACK !!!!
A snake got in the animal house and in the mouse cage and ate some mice, the ones that it left died from shock !!! These particular mice were shipped from a breeding facility in the US (THEY ARE GENETICALLY MODIFIED AND QUITE SPECIAL- translated: REALLY EXPENSIVE MICE ! )
Apparently snake-break-ins have been a problem for a long time and the room is meant to be renovated to prevent this from happening again.
Think the culprit was one of these:
10-06-2008, 09:16 AM
10-06-2008, 10:49 AM
Sheesh! We have lots of Pygmy Rattlesnakes around here, but nothing that big.
Congrats on the new job. I guess you can conclude that the drug has no calming effects if the mice died from shock...
And yes, the US is known for having a superior mice population. The problem is, many of the mice become hooked on steroids at an early age, and often develop problems due to poor cholesterol/lipid profiles...hence the study I imagine.
For example, this particular mouse enjoys excessive use of Testosterone Enanthate, Anadrol, and, while not a steroid, coccaine. We think it's only a matter of time for him...
10-06-2008, 11:05 AM
10-07-2008, 06:55 AM
Deadly Beauty, the Coastal Taipan ( Oxyuranus Scutellatus ), it is the fourth most deadly snake in the world. A 1 mg dose of its neurotoxic venom is lethal to humans and its bite averages a yield of 100-400 mg. The Coastal Taipan is found in the northeastern, coastal region of Australia (right where I live, seen a few around, SCARY!!!!!!). It can grow to over 10 feet in length.
What makes this snake dangerous is its aggressive behaviour. It KNOWS its superiority (like you couldn’t tell from the photos, ). Also, unlike others in its family (elapids) that, after striking a victim, will hold on and chew, the taipan strikes REPEATEDLY. Often it strikes so fast that victims may not have time to react before being bitten several times.
Coastal Taipan’s closest cousin is THE WORLD’S No.1, THE MOST TOXIC SNAKE OF ALL: THE FIERCE SNAKE or Inland Taipan ( Oxyuranus Microlepidotus ). If bitten, death is imminent within few minutes. Maximum survival time recorded after Taipan's bite is not more than one hour. Maximum yield recorded (from a single bite of Inland Taipan) is 110mg. Just few mg of Inland Taipan's venom is enough to kill over 100 people or 250,000 mice !!! Lucky the Inland Taipan inhabits only remote areas of central Australia …
10-07-2008, 07:17 AM
Righto, so much for RANDOM DISCUSSION
Almost forgot where I was:
Had two rest days which was good, that is the bare minimum for recovery after a leg day
It was shoulder/upper back day, I've been neglecting that part of late so it was about time to hit it hard again.
Went back to 2 PwFULL instead of 3. Only because I'm trying to make the bottle last till I get my next order in from NP, then I'll ramp it up to 3 and keep it at that
It wasn't the greatest workout of all, meaning, I wasn't pushing myself out of my comfort zone until the very end of the workout. I felt quite drained at the beginning, think it is mainly due to sleep deprivation from the last couple of days
Anyways, I managed to bump up :
* Smith shoulder press - by 5.5lb
* Upright barbell rows - by 5.5lb
* Lat pulldown - by 11lb
SERIOUSLY, I was not expecting that AT ALL , at this point all the motivation rushed in and I was going hardcore , set the pin at 121lb , IN TOTAL DISBELIEF and pulled it out again, so it wasn't a delusion after all!!!
10-07-2008, 09:27 AM
Just let it be said... if I run into any snake - there is a high liklihood of me turning and running like a little b*tch.
10-08-2008, 06:12 AM
10-08-2008, 06:21 AM
Hey awesome a QLD girl. I'll be there next year! Hopefully I don't run into any snakes! Dont have to many snakes here in kiwi land!
10-08-2008, 06:36 AM
10-08-2008, 06:37 AM
10-09-2008, 06:22 AM
Sea here is infested with sharks, box jellyfishes, sea snakes, salt water crocs, poisonous cone shells and stone fishes ... did I leave something out ?!
Snakes and spiders (Australia is claimed to have the nine most poisonous spiders in the world!) will haunt you on the land, and hell, even the plants are vicious! The world's most painful plant - the stinging tree lives here. What a welcoming land this is
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