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  1. You are your biggest critic. Your looking great but only YOU know what you want. Keep striving for it.
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by fightbackhxc View Post
    You are your biggest critic. Your looking great but only YOU know what you want. Keep striving for it.
    Yes I'm my biggest critic. However looking like a soft porn model is FAR from the lean, hard definition that I am aiming for.
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  3. lol I dont even think they come close to your physique
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by fightbackhxc View Post
    lol I dont even think they come close to your physique
    You'd be surprised. Some of them put most fitness models' figures to shame.
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  5. Day 179


    0547 - HIIT Run:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    c. 4 min jogging
    d. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    e. 1 x 1 min effort
    f. 4 min jogging
    Slow start this morning (the slowest ever). Efforts weren't as good as they usually are. I lasted, but feeling myself being slow. Not the best of runs.

    0611 - Stretch 20 min.

    0701 - Shoulders/Hamstrings (1 min recovery between sets and supersets):
    1. BB Clean and Press 6 x 6 - Only used 87.12lb today. First few sets were ok. My right acromion process was quite painful from the second set onwards (not quite sure why). The last two reps of the last two sets were done slowly and almost not got out at all. Breathing heavily between reps. Really pushing it today.
    2. BB MP 4 x 8 - Moved up to the 50.6lb BB today. Was really struggling on the last two reps of the last set.
    Superset A -
    3. DB LR 4 x 10 - Used 17.6lb DBs again. Did more reps, so better. No issues with right biceps tendon today.
    4. Inc. DB RR 4 x 10 - Stayed with 17.6lb DBs. No wrist or forearm pain today; progress.
    Supersets B -
    5. BB Good Mornings 4 x 12 - First time doing this exercise (decided to do them since I am not feeling anything in my hamstrings from BB RD). Only used the 50.6lb BB, since wasn't sure what they would do to my back. However, back was fine every set. Made sure that my form was perfect, going down until my upper body was parallel to the ground. Definitely feeling my hamstrings stretching from the first rep. The last few reps of the last two sets saw me shaking a little, but they were done well without fail. Enjoyed them.
    6. s/b Leg Curl 4 x 12 - Definitely feeling these. Liking them.

    0747 - Stepper:
    20 min @ 6 floors/min
    Decided to do some cardio after weights again today. A change by using the stepper; I have never used this before (only shown clients how to). Started out at a slower pace, but got faster. At one point I went up to 10 floors/min but the footpads kept going to the floor so fast, so went back to 6 floors/min. Didn't really feel like I was doing anything; the only thing I felt was my calves (they felt like I had done heavy calf raises). Time passed fast. Something different.

    1805 - 5.7km Run:
    Was eager to go running this evening. Started out ok. However I started feeling it within the first nine minutes, definitely noticing the slowing at the 14-minute mark. Legs plodding along with slow, short strides. The slowest run overall to date, averaging 4.8 min/km.


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~2215-0420 (waking at 0315), so ~6 hours sleep. Deep and dreaming...

    Mental Alertness/Focus: Haven't been too focused today. Every time I closed my eyes I passed out for at least 90 minutes (happened several times)...

    Energy: There in the am for training. None in the pm.

    Motivation: Pushing for these last 3 weeks...

    Mood/Aggression: Sparked in the early evening...

    Stress: A 9 on the 1 to 10 'stress scale'...

    Libido: Moments throughout the day...

    Joints: Fine.

    Endurance: Excellent.

    Strength: Better.

    Quality of Training: HIIT Run was average. Resistance session was good. Stepper was interesting. Pm run was forcing my body to obey.

    Pump and Vascularity: Small pump...Vascularity ok...

    Muscle Hardness/Density: Glutes and legs. Shoulders and arms.

    Body Composition and Look: LEAN HARD TIGHT DRY DEFINITION and SLEEK SLENDER STREAMLINED CURVES is the goal!!! Nothing LESS is acceptable!!!

    Overall Sense of Feeling: 3 weeks will pass soon enough; I just have to manage...
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    I have nothing more to add to this log...other than, COME ON ROSIE!!

  7. Quote Originally Posted by UKStrength View Post
    I have nothing more to add to this log...other than, COME ON ROSIE!!
    Cheers, Rick. I want this so bad that it is now more than an obsession (so I will even do 3 cardio sessions a day sometimes if I have to; really should control my diet though, but it's much easier this way)!
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  8. You need to do a photo shoot or calendar or something. Im sure there's some photo geeks on here that would be glad to lend a hand, when you come to the States. You could be the #1 seller on NP! And how do you know what softcore porn models look like???

  9. Quote Originally Posted by HarryManback View Post
    You need to do a photo shoot or calendar or something. Im sure there's some photo geeks on here that would be glad to lend a hand, when you come to the States. You could be the #1 seller on NP! And how do you know what softcore porn models look like???
    I have a couple of photoshoots in 2 weeks.

    A calendar is not something I have considered (and if I did one I would work with a professional (or semi-professional) photographer, not a GWC).

    I actually have some shoots planned when I am in the US.

    You only have to look on the cover of men's magazines to know what they look like. Plus, many 'fitness' models are ex-porn models (and many shots they [still] take are soft porn).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    Cheers, Rick. I want this so bad that it is now more than an obsession (so I will even do 3 cardio sessions a day sometimes if I have to; really should control my diet though, but it's much easier this way)!
    No worries Rosie.

    It's even worse dieting when you're educated on nutrition. You know what you need to do, have it all planned out and have even bought the damn food but just can't get over that last hurdle, usually because of something 'stupid' like a craving!

    ...I'm pretty conditioned but 3 cardio sesions a day would probably kill me, all hats off to you, keep at it

  11. Quote Originally Posted by UKStrength View Post
    No worries Rosie.

    It's even worse dieting when you're educated on nutrition. You know what you need to do, have it all planned out and have even bought the damn food but just can't get over that last hurdle, usually because of something 'stupid' like a craving!

    ...I'm pretty conditioned but 3 cardio sesions a day would probably kill me, all hats off to you, keep at it
    Well, because I AM educated on nutrition I don't do silly things like "dieting"; to me diet is LIFESTYLE EATING. The one thing I am bad with is binging (although it has its plus side by being what has enabled me to gain muscle easily), but generally my nutrition is good.

    Remember that they're only 20-30 minute sessions, though (although I will make them as hard as I can aside from my designated 'recovery' (Tuesday and Thursday am rollers) sessions)
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  12. I have a couple of photoshoots in 2 weeks.
    make sure we get links eh?

  13. Guejsn fig ide pop in and see whats up, if thats you in the avatar you look wonderful, really nice.A peach.
    I fig ide let you know im down from 213lbs to 199.8 lbs now ,ive been kicken butt abs are coming in real nice. Ive picked up on jogging at night ,its a nice stress release.Im becoming a machine and love it.Non stop energy. Like your work out ethics keep rocken.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by HarryManback View Post
    make sure we get links eh?
    There'll be links and you guys can do some voting (for me)


    Quote Originally Posted by jef2007 View Post
    Guejsn fig ide pop in and see whats up, if thats you in the avatar you look wonderful, really nice.A peach.
    I fig ide let you know im down from 213lbs to 199.8 lbs now ,ive been kicken butt abs are coming in real nice. Ive picked up on jogging at night ,its a nice stress release.Im becoming a machine and love it.Non stop energy. Like your work out ethics keep rocken.
    All my avis are of me (that has been well established).

    Good to hear about your results. Keep pushing hard!
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  15. Day 180


    0436 - Rollers:
    40 min in 39x16 @ 100-104 rpm
    HR still not rising. Stayed between 38-45 bpm the entire session. Legs ticking over. Calves a little tender from the stepper yesterday.

    0555 - Arms:
    Superset A (3 min recovery between supersets) -
    1. CG PU 10 x 21, 17, 13, 13, 13, 11, 10, 10, 8, 8 - At 111.2% b/w. First set surprised me; but STOKED! Kept pushing myself. Decided to do 100 reps and then see where from there. Since I'd pretty much almost done 100 reps in 8 sets kept going for two more sets to see how many reps I could do in ten sets. Definitely improving. Vision blurring and head a little foggy after the sixth set; had to slap myself to 'wake up'.
    2. Weighted Dips 10 x 6 - An extra 55lb today for my Dips, the highest yet. At first the heavier DB was a shock, but gradually got used to it. Much harder than the lighter DBs, but manageable. I started struggling from the sixth set, with the last rep of each set thereafter quite slow and laboured. The ninth set I only managed five reps before my arms gave out; I finished off with a single b/w rep to complete the set. I had to finish with two b/w reps to finish the last set. Triceps were certainly shot.
    Superset B (1 min recovery between supersets) -
    3. E-Z Bar BC 3 x 21s - Same weight as have been using the last couple of weeks. Definitely feeling the burn.
    4. V-Bar TPD 3 x 6 - Started out with 100lb, but after three reps on the first set had to dropset down to 90lb. Stayed at 90lb for the last two sets. Working for sure.

    0649 - Treadmill:
    a. 500m @ 4 min/km
    b. 1 min break
    c. 500m @ 4 min/km
    d. 1 min break
    e. 500m @ 4 min/km
    f. 1 min break
    g. 500m @ 4 min/km
    h. 1 min break
    i. 500m @ 4 min/km
    j. 1 min break
    k. 500m @ 4 min/km
    l. 1 min break
    m. 500m @ 4 min/km
    Decided to do a cardio session post-weights. Probably not the best idea, but if I am going to push myself then I may as well push myself HARD. Used the 500m on (i.e. 2 min on)/1 min off protocol that I have the last couple of times I have done this, until I had completed 3.5km (i.e. 7 x 500m). First 500m was ok; didn't feel as shot as I have been feeling lately. The next few efforts started becoming efforts and definitely getting harder from the third/fourth efforts. Started getting lightheaded on the fifth effort and had to slap myself to refocus. The last effort was me just trying to survive and finish without giving up. Glad that I did the session though; really showing myself what I am capable of.

    0739 - Stretch 21 min.


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~2300-0315, so ~4.25 hours sleep. Deep. Dreaming...

    Mental Alertness/Focus: I have been too shattered today to do anything much. Actually been sleeping most of the day (from ~1030 until late afternoon) waking only for supplements and meals...

    Energy: I have been so shattered. I KNOW that I should have gone for a pm run instead of watching a movie, especially after sleeping nearly all day. Tomorrow...

    Motivation: Damnit, girl; you are SO close; keep GOING!!!

    Mood/Aggression: Too tired for anything most of the day. Just angry and hating myself now. Aggressive tonight...

    Stress: A 9 on the 1 to 10 'stress scale'...

    Libido: If it was it's gone now...

    Joints: Fine.

    Endurance: Excellent.

    Strength: Excellent.

    Quality of Training: Rollers were recovery. Resistance training was taking it to a new level; my strength continues to improve, and I push through the sessions even when I feel ready to pass out. Treadmill after weights was sheer willpower.

    Pump and Vascularity: Definite pump from the first set of CG PU...Vascularity taking it up a notch...

    Muscle Hardness/Density: Glutes and legs. Shoulders and arms.

    Body Composition and Look: LEAN HARD TIGHT DRY DEFINITION on SLEEK SLENDER STREAMLINED CURVES is the ONLY look on me that will get my approval!!!

    Overall Sense of Feeling: Dig it in. Control the diet like you control your training. Don't let yourself give ANY excuses. Don't be weak. Be strong in EVERY area. Why kill yourself in training if you're going to fcuk it up in your nutrition??? You KNOW what to do. JUST DO IT!!!
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  16. You can do it! Kick that diet in. You are almost there!

  17. Quote Originally Posted by crader View Post
    You can do it! Kick that diet in. You are almost there!
    Thank you. ALMOST. The last 1-2% BF is going to be a B*TCH to lose! Getting there. I should be at 8% BF by the time I get to the US (should have been for the shoot, but if I am not as lean as I want to be or it it doesn't matter for what's required). I will keep going until I am where I want to be!
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  18. Day 181


    0725 - HIIT Rollers:
    a. 4 min in 39x16 @ 104-109 rpm
    b. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy in 39x15
    c. 4 min in 39x16 @ 104-109 rpm
    d. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy in 39x15
    e. 4 min in 39x16 @ 104-109 rpm
    Raining, so did HIIT on the rollers. First set of efforts were definitely efforts; HR failed to rise above 44 bpm. Legs were glad of the easy period between sets. Second set was a little easier; legs not as 'achy' or taking as long to get into it; HR still failed to rise. Finished off nice and easy.

    0746 - Stretch 25 min.

    0840 - Full-Body (30 sec recovery between supersets):
    Superset A -
    1. BB Good Mornings 4 x 12 - Definitely feeling the stretch in my hamstrings (good). Feeling my core tight from the third set.
    2. s/b Leg Curls 4 x 12 - Good.
    Superset B -
    3. P/U (feet on bench, hands on floor) 4 x 12 - Made it a little harder today. Reps started slowing towards the end of the last set. About right. Lightheaded after each set, having to shake my head and slap myself to focus.
    4. BB BOR 4 x 12 - Managed better than last week. Anterior delts and arms looking awesome in the mirror. Feeling traps some.
    Superset C -
    5. BB MP 4 x 12 - Right biceps tendon started sending sharp pains on every up movement from the second set on. Gritted my teeth and spun out each rep thereafter, determined to do 12 reps EVERY set.
    6. DB LR 4 x 12 - A little lighter than usual, but definitely feeling it.
    Superset D -
    7. Dips 4 x 12 - At 110% b/w. Managed rather well (the last time I attempted Dips during a Full-Body session my arms were so fatigued I could barely manage ONE rep!) The last couple of reps on the last set were quite slow.
    8. Alt. DB HC 4 x 12 per side - Feeling the pump and burn strongly by now.
    Superset E -
    9. Rope Crunch 4 x 15 - 120lb seemed EASY today. Making sure it was the contraction of my abs that caused the movement and not just me doing it.
    10. Reverse Curl (on floor) x 12 - Feeling the burn from the first set.

    0920 - Stepper:
    15 min @ 8 floors/min
    Decided to do some cardio post-weights. It WAS supposed to be 20 minutes (and the Stepper read 20 minutes), but apparently that Stepper was broken (and I didn't notice the actual time until I looked at my HR monitor for the time of my NeoVar Recomped dose and by then I couldn't be bothered getting back on the Stepper). Feeling it in my calves again. This pace was better than 6 floors/min. Started getting lightheaded and becoming a bit glazed during; good thing I could just close my eyes (as my hands were supported on the side rails). Just kept going to the beat of my music.

    0945 - Rollers:
    20 min in 39x16 @ 104-109 rpm
    Since I didn't do as long as I wanted on the Stepper, decided to get on my rollers when I got home and make it up. Ended up just getting into it and staying there for 20 minutes (and would have kept going longer if I hadn't run out of water). Still heady; closed eyes some. Legs fine.

    1700 - 5.7km Run:
    Started out ok, at 4.3 min/km, managing to maintain this for the first 2.1km. However started slowing not too long after that, and going at what I considered barely faster than a walk by 15 minutes. Tasting blood from 18 minutes. Pushing on, the goal to get home. Ended up averaging 4.7 min/km over the entire session. NOT pleased.


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~2300-0559 (waking at 0315 and 0420), so nearly 7 hours sleep. Sleep deep. So shattered went straight back to sleep at both alarms woken to and didn't even hear the second! Dreaming...

    Mental Alertness/Focus: Not very good today; much like yesterday. Lightheadedness kicked in during the gym, becoming worse on the Stepper, and kept up most of the day. Ended up sleeping on and off all day until ~1500. NOT cool at all.

    Energy: I feel completely shattered. The only way I am managing training right now is through sheer willpower (now kick some of that into your DIET!!!)

    Motivation: I am a warrior. I am a WARRIOR. I AM A WARRIOR!

    Mood/Aggression: Fatigued. A little 'off'...

    Stress: A 9 on the 1 to 10 'stress scale'...

    Libido: None.

    Joints: Joints fine. Right biceps tendon irritating though.

    Endurance: Excellent.

    Strength: Full-Body sessions are NOT about strength.

    Quality of Training: HIIT was ok. Resistance training was fine. Post-weights cardio was me being stubborn and doing it (although I probably shouldn't have). Pm run was FORCING the issue to be done.

    Pump and Vascularity: Crazy wicked pump in the gym...Vascularity looking more like normal...

    Muscle Hardness/Density: Glutes and legs. Shoulders and arms.

    Body Composition and Look: Actually feeling and looking quite soft today. Also feeling very waterlogged; 2 galleons of water a day is a little much for my body to take (especially when I've drunk most of it within the first 6 hours of waking!)

    Overall Sense of Feeling: My body aches. Cardio is becoming not so good (but I am determined to do 5-6 days of double (sometimes THREE) cardio sessions per week for the next 2.5 weeks; whether they are am/am or am/pm). Considering taking a day off this week to let my body recover, since I have DOMS and I almost NEVER get these while on IGF-2 period!...
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  19. I would take a day off to let your body catch up. I used to do my trainers competition style cardio with her..lol I so hate cardio.
    She would have me get on the treadmill and do a version for 30 min where you ran 2 min, got off treadmill with it running and did alternating lunges next to it for 2 mins jump back on it and walk for 2 min.

    I always hated doing cardio with her. All the rest of her cardio is stuff like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crader View Post
    I would take a day off to letour body catch up. I used to do my trainers competition style cardio with her..lol I so hate cardio.
    She would have me get on the treadmill and do a version for 30 min where you ran 2 min, got off treadmill with it running and did alternating lunges next to it for 2 mins jump back on it and walk for 2 min.

    I always hated doing cardio with her. All the rest of her cardio is stuff like that.
    Was it effective though?

    I always find HIIT-style cardio mixed with bodyweight exercises is best for dropping the fat. However, it is taxing, especially on low calories.

  21. Yes it was effective. She made the Pro series shows doing it. It was taxing especially on diet, but its worth it in the end.

    However there are several schools of thought on competition diet cardio. One being Dave Palumbos and there you do an am session and pm session of 45 min incline cardio at a walk.

    I tend to do well on that one.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by crader View Post
    I would take a day off to let your body catch up. I used to do my trainers competition style cardio with her..lol I so hate cardio.
    She would have me get on the treadmill and do a version for 30 min where you ran 2 min, got off treadmill with it running and did alternating lunges next to it for 2 mins jump back on it and walk for 2 min.

    I always hated doing cardio with her. All the rest of her cardio is stuff like that.
    I might take a day off on Sunday, because next week is gong to be full-on with 6 resistance training sessions and intense cardio.

    Hmmmm, I would call what you were doing HIT, and my HIT (different from HIIT) sessions include 1 min on the treadmill followed by 1 min doing plyometrics/calisthenics and so on for 20 minutes.

    My cardio is usually HIIT or high-intensity (since I hate doing the long, slow stuff) and only 20-30 minutes (as it is even now, except for Tuesday and Thursday rollers; which will go back to 20 minutes once the photoshoot is come and gone). This extra stuff is not really my thing, but I'm doing it because it's easier than changing my diet (which I have been trying very hard with btw, just not been very successful, since I've ended up having every other day as very high calorie and really suffering re energy).

    Only 10 days left until my photoshoot (and as long as I look good enough for that I might be fine; yeah right) and 2.5 weeks until I touch down in the US.
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  23. Day 182


    0434 - Rollers:
    40 min in 39x16 @ 101-105 rpm
    'Recovery' session this morning. HR started at 31 bpm and SLOWLY crept up to 45 bpm by the end of the session. Legs were fine. Had a slight headache and feeling lightheaded when I started, becoming deeper as the session continued; had to close my eyes and let my legs tick over to the beat of the music.

    0554 - Back (1 min recovery between sets, except CG PU - 3 min recovery):
    1. CG PU 5 x 10, 8, 6, 6, 5 - At 110% b/w today. Did better than last week, since on none of my last reps on sets did I use my legs to 'help' me get it out. Added in another set, aiming for 6 reps, but could only manage 5, so left it at that.
    2. BB DL 4 x 10, 10, 8, 6 - Stuck with the lighter weight of 139.48lb this week, as I'd decided on doing slightly higher reps than I have been the last few weeks. HR definitely rose during these; as well as the lightheadedness returning. Grip was giving on the last set, which is why only 6 reps.
    3. WG LPD 4 x 6 - Did the first two sets at 132lbs; going down to 118.8lb for the last two sets, as I was completely shattered (and feeling right biceps tendon irritating from the second set on). All sets good efforts.
    4. CG SR 4 x 6 - All sets done at 118.8lb. Good.

    0633 - Treadmill:
    Treadmill:
    a. 500m @ 4 min/km
    b. 1 min break
    c. 500m @ 4 min/km
    d. 1 min break
    e. 500m @ 4 min/km
    f. 1 min break
    g. 500m @ 4 min/km
    h. 1 min break
    i. 500m @ 4 min/km
    j. 1 min break
    k. 500m @ 4 min/km
    l. 1 min break
    m. 500m @ 4 min/km
    Since there is no pm run scheduled for tonight decided to do some HIT on the treadmill. The first two 500m were ok. Started feeling it in the third 500m. By the fourth 500m I was tasting blood and slapping my face to keep focused. The last 500m was me just running to get through it. Finished absolutely fcuked!

    0705 - Stretch 22 min.


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~2300-0315, so ~4.25 hours sleep. Actually quite surprised that I woke alert and perky at 0315 when I was so shattered yesterday and went to sleep rather late. Deep sleep. Dreaming...

    Mental Alertness/Focus: Wasn't even very good during training this morning. Passing in and out of sleep from 0830-1045, and still not feeling as if I am refreshed. Have to start my last assessment this afternoon though (although I can allow myself another week to finish it, but I would rather have it done by Monday). Feeling so unfocused and unmotivated...

    Energy: I am like the walking dead when I am up at the moment.

    Motivation: Only a week before the photoshoot; you CAN look good enough for it, but you NEED to do the WORK!!!

    Mood/Aggression: Shattered, meaning not much of ANYthing...

    Stress: A 9 on the 1 to 10 'stress scale'...

    Libido: None.

    Joints: Joints fine. Right biceps tendon very sore.

    Endurance: Excellent.

    Strength: Maintaining.

    Quality of Training: Rollers was recovery. Resistance training was ok. Treadmill was a last kiling.

    Pump and Vascularity: Pump some in the gym...Vascularity quite good overall, even on the rollers...

    Muscle Hardness/Density: Glutes and legs. Shoulders and arms.

    Body Composition and Look: Feeling tighter (but I need to LOOK it!) Stop leaving things to the LAST minute, girl (GRRR)!!!

    Overall Sense of Feeling: Just over two weeks until I am in the US. Counting down the days before I get a training break; I can SURVIVE until then...

    Notes on Fat Loss Stack: Last day of both DCP and Dermatherm today (Leviathan Reloaded finished 5 days ago)...I am going to miss the DCP until I can get some more...Dermatherm lasted 5 days longer than it said it would at 4 pumps a day (and I have been using 5 pumps a day sometimes as well, so technically it has lasted over a week longer than it 'should'), which is a bonus..
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  24. Thumbs up Rosie's Review of RPN's DCP


    Two bottles of DCP down and I am ready to add it as a STAPLE to my supplement arsenal...


    What is it?

    http://store.anabolicminds.com/photo...dcp2_large.jpg

    * Recomposition agent
    * Fat loss
    * Appetite suppression


    Taste: 8/10. Slight taste of raspberries on consumption. Quite pleasant, actually.

    Body Composition: 8/10. Skinfold measurements taken pre and post-DCP indicate that I lost bodyfat (BF) from all over: Pre: body mass - 53kg (i.e. 116.6lb), body composition -10.5% BF, triceps - 8.0mm, subscapular - 7.0mm, biceps - 7.0mm, iliac crest - 10.5mm, supraspinale - 6.5mm, abdominal - 10.5mm, front thigh - 7.5mm, medial calf - 5.5 mm; post: body mass - 52kg (-1.0kg/2.2lb), body composition - 9.0% BF (-1.5% BF), triceps - 5.5mm (-2.5mm), subscapular - 6.0mm (-1.0mm), biceps - 2.5mm (-4.0mm), iliac crest - 7.0mm (-3.5mm), supraspinale - 5.0mm (-1.5mm), abdominal - 8.0mm (-2.5mm), front thigh - 6.5mm (-1.0mm), medial calf - 4.0mm (-1.5mm); with the most fat loss occurring from my arms and midsection. I lost a total of 0.885kg (i.e. 1.947lb) of BF and also 0.115kg (i.e. 0.253lb) of lean body mass (LBM). Although the final body statistics (i.e. body mass and body composition) indicate that I LOST LBM I know for sure that I did NOT lose MUSCLE mass, as my girths did NOT change, and in some instances INcreased (i.e. arms and thighs).

    Appetite: 9/10. I noticed definite appetite suppression. It became more pronounced the longer I was using DCP.

    Other Effects. Whilst using DCP I had an incredible thirst. Some days I was drinking 2 galleons a day and feeling like it was NOT enough; and had usually finished 3 litres of water within the first four hours of waking! I also felt a thermogenic effect after dosing.

    Overall: 8.5/10. I know how I am and what my diet was like. In fact, my diet did NOT change (only my training volume). For someone my size eating 4000+ calories per day 3-5 days a week (1800-2300 cal/day the other days) and NOT gaining fat is something, and says something on the effectiveness of DCP.

    Would I use it again? Yes. Although I did not end up "cutting" (which was the initial goal) I RECOMPED quite successfully (which to me is better in the long-term, since it will allow my body to maintain its leanness and lose fat more effectively when I desire to). I also loved the way my body felt after dosing, that slight warming sensation.

    Would I recommend? Yes. For the individual who is looking to recomp this is a VERY effective product.


    This review is also available in the Recomp Performance Nutrition subsection of the Supplement Companies Forum: Rosie's Review of DCP, and as a separate review in the Supplement Reviews/Logs subsection of the Supplements Forum: Rosie's Review of RPN's DCP.
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  25. Rosie's Review of PAL's Leviathan Reloaded


    Last week I finished 8 weeks of PAL's Leviathan Reloaded (stacked with RPN's DCP). Because I stacked them together it could be difficult to say which product produced which results re body composition. However, there were some specific effects from Leviathan Reloaded.


    What is it?

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    * Promotes neuro intensification and aggression focus
    * Fat loss whilst preserving muscle
    * Allows optimal lean muscle mass gains
    * Overall muscle hardness
    * Curbs appetite
    * Curbs energy crashes from high carbohydrate meals


    Mood: N/A. My mood was up and down like a rollercoaster over the last 8 weeks. However it is due more to circumstances, events and training more than anything else; and no product can make me feel better (or worse).

    Focus: 7/10. I have had AWESOME focus and aggression, especially for training. Noet that I was also using RPM, which I know to have a smooth focused effect on me, so that may have contributed to some of this.

    Energy: 8/10. My energy was all over the place; some days I was bouncing off the walls and other days I was just shattered and fatigued. However, when it came to training I ALWAYS had the energy to do the required sessions (i.e. am cardio and resistance training). On the days that I dosed Leviathan Reloaded with RPM I noticed the MOST kick re energy for training. I experienced energy crashes after EVERY high carbohydrate meal and ended up falling asleep within 60 minutes of finishing them. There were no stimulant-like effects from Leviathan Reloaded.

    Body Composition: 8/10. Skinfold measurements taken pre and post-Leviathan Reloaded indicate that I lost bodyfat (BF) from all over: Pre: body mass - 53kg (i.e. 116.6lb), body composition -10.5% BF, triceps - 8.0mm, subscapular - 7.0mm, biceps - 7.0mm, iliac crest - 10.5mm, supraspinale - 6.5mm, abdominal - 10.5mm, front thigh - 7.5mm, medial calf - 5.5 mm; post: body mass - 52kg (-1.0kg/2.2lb), body composition - 9.0% BF (-1.5% BF), triceps - 5.5mm (-2.5mm), subscapular - 6.0mm (-1.0mm), biceps - 2.5mm (-4.0mm), iliac crest - 7.0mm (-3.5mm), supraspinale - 5.0mm (-1.5mm), abdominal - 8.0mm (-2.5mm), front thigh - 6.5mm (-1.0mm), medial calf - 4.0mm (-1.5mm); with the most fat loss occurring from my arms and midsection. I lost a total of 0.885kg (i.e. 1.947lb) of BF and also 0.115kg (i.e. 0.253lb) of lean body mass (LBM). Although the final body statistics (i.e. body mass and body composition) indicate that I LOST LBM I know for sure that I did NOT lose MUSCLE mass, as my girths did NOT change, and in some instances INcreased (i.e. arms and thighs).

    Muscle Hardness: 7/10 My muscles got harder as I went along, most noticeably in my deltoids and arms. This however could have been because I was also using IGF-2, which makes a huge difference to my muscle hardness.

    Appetite: 9/10. Although I experienced appetite suppression whilst using Leviathan Reloaded, due to the times that I experienced it I noted that it was due more from the DCP than the Leviathan Reloaded.

    Other Effects. I had increased sweating (or started sweating) after I had had my protein shake/meal 30 minutes after my pm dose of Leviathan Reloaded. I also started warming up ~10 minutes after I had had the shake/meal, which was interesting.

    Overall: 8.5/10. I know how I am and what my diet was like. In fact, my diet did NOT change (only my training volume). For someone my size eating 4000+ calories per day 3-5 days a week (1800-2300 cal/day the other days) and NOT gaining fat is something.

    Would I use it again? Yes. Although I did not end up "cutting" (which was the initial goal) on this stack (because of my diet) I RECOMPED quite successfully (which to me is better in the long-term, since it will allow my body to maintain its leanness and lose fat more effectively when I desire to).

    Would I recommend? Yes. Standalone for fat loss (provided that nutrition and training were in order) or stacked with DCP for either fat loss or recomping.


    This review is also available in the Palo Alto Labs subsection of the Supplement Companies Forum: Rosie's Review of Leviathan Reloaded, and as a separate review in the Supplement Reviews/Logs subsection of the Supplements Forum: Rosie's Review of PAL's Leviathan Reloaded.
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