Bassgod calls T-911!! (Unsponsored)

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  1. Do you use T-911 as a stack with anything? I'm just an old (44) natural guy but still hitting it hard, should I use it as a stand alone?


  2. i thought i read dante say that it wasnt literal when he said the negs needed to be that long, just controlled to a good extent, obviously its going to be hard to do a 8 sec neg with real heavy weight anyway, i would keep the long neg for the last rep before rest pausing.

  3. BubbleBoy, I too am an older lifter(50) and ran T-911 solo myself. You will feel the effects from the first dose.
    Always open light. Itís not what you open with, itís what you finish with. Louie Simmons
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by bubble boy View Post
    Do you use T-911 as a stack with anything? I'm just an old (44) natural guy but still hitting it hard, should I use it as a stand alone?
    Nope, i'm using it solo. There is no need to stack it with anything. It's awesome by itself. At your age, you will greatly benefit from it and should definitely just use it standalone. You will LOVE the stuff!! I do and i'm only 23, so what does that tell you?

  5. Quote Originally Posted by pistonpump View Post
    i thought i read dante say that it wasnt literal when he said the negs needed to be that long, just controlled to a good extent, obviously its going to be hard to do a 8 sec neg with real heavy weight anyway, i would keep the long neg for the last rep before rest pausing.
    He did say that. There is no set in stone anything, really. This is why it's annoying when people say "you're doing it wrong." You are not truly DC training unless DC himself is training you anyway. That's why I say "DC style." Yea bro, he said as long as it's a controlled and slowER negative than normal, you're good to go. Slow and controlled to the point where if you had to immediately switch directions, you could. 3-4sec(for me) is the perfect time to be able to control it as needed. Speaking of different techniques, I haven't done any static holds in a while, may have to add a few in here and there

  6. Quote Originally Posted by pistonpump View Post
    i thought i read dante say that it wasnt literal when he said the negs needed to be that long, just controlled to a good extent, obviously its going to be hard to do a 8 sec neg with real heavy weight anyway, i would keep the long neg for the last rep before rest pausing.
    I do remember him saying that the negative is very important though. I remember him comparing the gymnast that do alot of negatives and thats why they are so strong and muscular.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Here's one thing I have learned about training... just about everything works one way or another, just not for very long. Yah you have to switch up...
    I hope some of you keyed in on DreamWeaver's post because that's about as true as it gets.

    Variety is the key...you have to switch it up. Now that could be as simple as constantly trying to add more weight or reps to changing the exercise order, cadence or the entire regime. I personally could not do just DC all the time but rest pause is one of the intensity techniques that I regularly rotate. Muscle adaptation is only part of it...if nothing else I simply become bored using the same training style for more than 4-6 weeks and if that happens I can't continually push myself to do more. For me it's very psychological so I need variety to get my crazy on! Exaggerating the negative is a way to jack up the intensity and negative only training is also a good way to get used to heavier weights but it's not the end all be all imho. If it was why even bother with the concentric portion of the rep? You should always control the negative, that's a given, but negative training is very demanding and can burn you out pretty quick so like any other intensity technique it should be cycled. Maybe I'm misinterpreting the post here but I can't even imaging doing 6-8 sec negatives all the time on every rep. You'd either be doing very few reps or using some pretty pathetic weights. Last rep sure or with the help of a training partner to go beyond failure or in negative only training but on every rep!!! Is that what Dante said? Sounds more like something I'd hear someone say who's been on gear all the time and never needed to learn how to train.

  8. I'm hopping on the T911 train. I'm running it solo myself at the moment.
    NSCA - CSCS

  9. DAY 12: ch,dt,tr,bw,bt(last night)

    Incline Machine Bench - 231(210 in plates and each arm of the machine weighs 10.5lbs) - 9,9 (+2 reps) My first RP set the last time I did these, I only hit 7. That was also before I started taking T-911.

    Arnolds - 60's - 7,7 (+1 rep)

    Weighted Tri Dips w/ Belt - 70lbs - 7,7 Last time I did 8 reps using 65lbs during my first RP set, so I added 5lbs and only went down 1 rep

    Weighted Chins w/ Belt - 40lbs - 6,6 Last time I used 35lbs and hit 7 for my first RP set, so again I added 5lbs and only went down 1 rep.

    Wide Grip Machine Rows - 245 - 8,8 (+10lbs)

    Had a pretty good session and strength is still increasing, even during the cruise. I felt really good and my overall mood was awesome. I'm still just taking 2 tabs daily on off days and dosing an extra tab 30-40min pre-wo.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by FOOFAC View Post
    I hope some of you keyed in on DreamWeaver's post because that's about as true as it gets.

    Variety is the key...you have to switch it up. Now that could be as simple as constantly trying to add more weight or reps to changing the exercise order, cadence or the entire regime. I personally could not do just DC all the time but rest pause is one of the intensity techniques that I regularly rotate. Muscle adaptation is only part of it...if nothing else I simply become bored using the same training style for more than 4-6 weeks and if that happens I can't continually push myself to do more. For me it's very psychological so I need variety to get my crazy on! Exaggerating the negative is a way to jack up the intensity and negative only training is also a good way to get used to heavier weights but it's not the end all be all imho. If it was why even bother with the concentric portion of the rep? You should always control the negative, that's a given, but negative training is very demanding and can burn you out pretty quick so like any other intensity technique it should be cycled. Maybe I'm misinterpreting the post here but I can't even imaging doing 6-8 sec negatives all the time on every rep. You'd either be doing very few reps or using some pretty pathetic weights. Last rep sure or with the help of a training partner to go beyond failure or in negative only training but on every rep!!! Is that what Dante said? Sounds more like something I'd hear someone say who's been on gear all the time and never needed to learn how to train.
    Thats the whole point you only do one working set!

  11. Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    I'm hopping on the T911 train. I'm running it solo myself at the moment.
    Let us know what you think of it man

  12. Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    I'm hopping on the T911 train. I'm running it solo myself at the moment.
    u loggin it? im gonna be on that train in a month or so too. let me know how it goes.

  13. DAY 15: bi,fr,qd,hm,cv

    Seated Alt. DB Curls - 60's - 14 then did alt. seated Hammers for 20

    Reverse Cable Curls - 70 - 20,20 (same as last time)

    Leg Extensions - 250 - 10,10 (first RP set last time was 225x12, so 250x10 is a nice increase)

    Widowmaker - 170 - 20 (+10lbs)

    Seated Leg Curls - 155 - 6,7 (last time I did 150x8 for the first RP set)

    Seated Calve Raises - 175 - 20,15 then 145x15 with a short rest in-between. I just noticed last night, that on the machine there is 26lbs resistance with no weight on it. So technically I did 201 then 171 I guess.

    Machine Crunches - 100x30 then 110x25

    Libido is still high, as well as overall mood. Strength is continuing to increase even during the cruise. This was the last workout on the cruise though, the next one will begin the 4 week blast. Can't wait! :dl:

  14. DAY 17: 3-8-09 ch,dt,tr,bw,bt

    Incline DB Press - 85's - 9,4,3 = 16 (+3 reps)
    Cable Flyes Supersetted w/ Inc Press - 60ea side - 8

    Smith Mil Press - 160 - 6,4,2 = 12 Hit 10 last time w/ 165 so I dropped the weight a little this time

    Bent Over Cable Laterals supersetted w/ mil press - 70 ea side - 12

    Tri Pushdowns - 200 - 6,4,2 = 12 (+5lbs)

    Deads - 405 - 2 Dunno wtf happened here, but it was LAME! Then I did 385x6 I'm buying straps so I can go as heavy as possible.

    DB Rows - 110's - 20,20 (+3 reps)

  15. DAY 19: bi,fr,qd,hm,cv

    Standing Cable Curls w/ EZ Attachment - 180 - 8,5,3 = 16 (+2 reps)

    Reverse EZ Curls - 55+BAR - 20,20 (+5lbs)

    Smith Squats - 350x6 (+10lbs)
    Widowmaker - 250 - 20 (+10lbs)

    Smith Calve Raises - 270 - 60 fast, then 20 w/ 5sec negs (+10lbs)

    Had a great session. Strength still going up. I'm so glad to be blasting again. I HATE cruising and only doing 2 sets of low reps per body part. I've been getting some acne on my face recently. I know it's due to the T-911. It sucks but eh, that's how you know a T booster is really working. My libido is still pretty high and I feel good all day. The pumps in my bi's were pretty gnarly too.

  16. Couple of nice workouts there Bass!! Sweet widowmaker on the squats... I wish I could blast all the time too but, you have to give the body a little recoop time. Time to put up some big #'s bubba!!
    Always open light. Itís not what you open with, itís what you finish with. Louie Simmons

  17. Ah a 250 widowmaker would suck... I am just doing them with 135 pretty easy as A warm up. It makes me pretty light headed though after wards

  18. I usually get light headed knowing that I have to do one!! But after is pure bliss...
    Always open light. Itís not what you open with, itís what you finish with. Louie Simmons

  19. Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Couple of nice workouts there Bass!! Sweet widowmaker on the squats... I wish I could blast all the time too but, you have to give the body a little recoop time. Time to put up some big #'s bubba!!
    Thanks bro

  20. Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    I usually get light headed knowing that I have to do one!! But after is pure bliss...
    Hahaha, so true man. I love widowmakers! They burn so good! Then doing the extreme stretch afterward is like heaven, lol.

  21. Ok, sad to say, but this log is officially over. I have been sponsored by IBE to log their new formestane product, and it will be here pretty soon. I'm dropping the T-911 so that I can give Formex a fair judgment. Even though the 1/2 life is most likely short, compounds still have cumulative effects. I'm sure T-911 has this as i've been recently getting random wood like 5 times per day, overall sense of well being is still increasing, aggression is becoming apparent(but not the positive kind), and acne on my delts and back is also popping it's ugly head. T-911 will definitely be utilized in my upcoming PCT in a few months. It's a solid product that works GREAT! Oh, I also forgot to mention that I gained 2lbs! I didn't expect to gain any, but I was trying to. I've never gained a single pound from ANY test booster. Again, T-911 is top notch

  22. lookn good bro!

  23. I'm finishing up week 2 on T-911...I'm liking how I'm feeling...better than AX

  24. Quote Originally Posted by ProOne View Post
    I'm finishing up week 2 on T-911...I'm liking how I'm feeling...better than AX
    It's great stuff for sure. I'll be using it in a couple weeks for MMv2 PCT. That will be my second go with it.

  25. Quote Originally Posted by JOHNJESSICA20 View Post
    lookn good bro!
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to JOHNJESSICA20 again.

  26. You had a great log going and IBE chose a good logger to run their new product which sounds suhweet. I purchased T911 today to run as my PCT for an upcoming cycle. You helped me make my decision even though I had a good experience with Formadrol.

  27. You will be pleased with the T-911 Silver.
    Always open light. Itís not what you open with, itís what you finish with. Louie Simmons

  28. Quote Originally Posted by Silver3CSRT8 View Post
    You had a great log going and IBE chose a good logger to run their new product which sounds suhweet. I purchased T911 today to run as my PCT for an upcoming cycle. You helped me make my decision even though I had a good experience with Formadrol.
    cool, thanks bro. you'll love it for sure!
  

  
 

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