Greetings everyone. Thundergod here. I'm excited about starting a new thread. A new log means a new adventure. It means new opportunities to meet new friends along the way. I met so many wonderful people during mylog. We covered every possible topic in all the nine worlds during that wild journey. Let's all hop in the long boat and set sail for new lands. Let's go a-viking!!
I'm starting a 4 week recomp cycle using USPLabs products as the foundation of it all. I'll be using , , , JACKED, and . Doesn't that sound well-rounded and totally delicious??!! I'll be dosing all of this as suggested by our own Mulletsoldier who was also kind and generous enough to send me these products to run this log.
Along with these USPLabs products I will be using my trusty ECAY stack. Comprised of Ephedrine HCL 30 mg., Caffiene 200 mg., Aspirin 325 mg., and HCL 20 mg. I will take this stack 3 times per day. Sometimes only twice per day though depending on how I feel and my schedule.
Testofen-- 2 grams
And I'll also be using these support supps:
Extra --1 tablespoon (14 grams) in a whey shake
Extra Virgin Olive Oil--2 tablespoons (28 grams) in 2 separate whey shakes
Vitamin C--6 grams
Vitamin B6--200 mg.
Meal 1--2 hours pre-workout--Bowl of oatmeal and a banana.
Meal 2--1/2 hour pre-workout--40 grams whey protein, 5 grams each of and , and 40 grams of . (instead of WMS)
Meal 3--Immediately post-workout--1 bowl of Post Live-Active Mixed Berry Crunch cereal, another 40 gram whey protein shake with the glutamine and creatine plus the 40 grams of dextrose.
Meal 4--2 hours post-workout--10 oz. chicken breast, broccoli, and a sweet potato. Or substitute this meal with a steak and egg-white omelet sometimes.
Meal 5--2 peanut butter and sugar free-jelly sandwiches on whole wheat bread.
Meal 6--Fish, or chicken, or beef. Rotate these. Also asparagus, and a sweet potato.
Meal 7--A couple of 4 oz. chicken breasts and an orange.
Meal 8--pre-bedtime--25 gram whey protein shake and a banana.
I am currently using a modified DC type routine. This is my third cycle. It is a combination of DoggCrapp training methods mixed with old Mike Mentzer Heavy Duty training principles of HIT, and then a lot of the Weider Training Principles of Rest-Pause, Slow-Negatives, Static Holds, Super-Sets, Tri-Sets, Drop-Sets, and some Pre-Exhaustion Sets.
So it is a well-rounded and inclusive routine.
I utilize a 5 day training split. Every bodypart gets trained once per week. Except for Abs, which get trained 3 times per week.
My training split is as follows:
Monday--Chest and Abs
Tuesday--Triceps, Biceps, and 30 minutes of moderate intensity cardio.
Wednesday--Back, Traps, and Abs
Thursday--HIIT cardio: 25 minutes
Saturday--Shoulders, Forearms, and Abs
Sunday--HIIT cardio: 25 minutes
I have been training for 25 years now. I've used many different routines over that span. Many. I'm loving this modified DC routine more than any other routine that I have used in the past. It is very effective for increasing strength and subsequent increases as well.
Join me in this adventure!!