Cut/Recomp Exravaganza of Dream's
- 04-10-2009, 09:59 AM
Cut/Recomp Exravaganza of Dream's
Well it's that time... I don't ever like to go to extreme these days bulking/cutting, lets call it different shades of recomp. I do recomp to retain mass and lose fat without losing weight, to gain muscle and weight and lose fat. This time I will try and lose weight and retain muscle hence fat loss only...
With modern supplementation this is all become possible, yep the rules have changed and for endo's like me recomp is the way to go. Speaking of supplmentation get a load of this lineup.
Beverly's 7-Keto Musclean 3 caps am
Beverly's Lean Out 3 caps 1 with 3 largest meals
Meltdown 1-2 caps am and 1-2 caps late afternoon
Pslin on high carbs days yah it's going to involve a carb cycle.
AP on lower carb days and before fasted cardio
Refresh 3 am and 4 b4 workouts
DominATP 3 scoops 5 times before workouts
2 scoops of Jacked mostly on just leg days
Weeks 1-4 TNT stack Weeks 5-8 Prime 6 ed ramped up to 6/9 dosing
EForm pulsed staple
Fish oil staple
Powerfull recommended dosing
Napalm 2 weeks then Lipoderm 2 weeks then repeat...
As you can see my supplementation is mainly aimed at fat burn but I also try and make sure I support muscle retention through supplementation.
The plan is to lose 8-10 lbs in 8 weeks and drop to just under 10% bf while remaining around 240 lbs
I will be following the carb cycle of High, Med, Low, High, Low, High, Low ... High being 300 grams, med 200 grams and Low 100, I may play with these numbers. Carb sources are Oats, Yams, Rice (parboiled), Ezekiel bread and banana's with some of my shakes. Waxy maize will also make it's way into some of my post workout shakes.
Lifting will be bodybuilding style super sets drop sets mostly isolated (except squats and sldl) for 4 weeks followed by 4 of slow reps.
Let the games begin!!
- 04-11-2009, 03:01 AM
Wow, am I actually first...?? *waits*........*crickets chime in*.....nice! Looks like you know what you're doing, so I'll just sit back and take notes
- 04-11-2009, 01:21 PM
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04-12-2009, 01:47 PM
Day 1 just fasted cardio with AP ... then carb up meal with Pslin, I am enjoying a nice inflated reactions so Pslin works well for me... Can't wait to hit the iron tommorow.
04-12-2009, 01:55 PM
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04-12-2009, 02:56 PM
Nice looking supplement list you have here, DW. Though I can't say that I could manage to take all those on a daily basis, but more power to you. (I know some will not be ED, and will be added in, or EOD.)
The Beverly supplements are of interest to me.
04-12-2009, 03:44 PM
04-12-2009, 08:29 PM
Stackilicious DW....nice spring fling here!! My ignorance on this but, what is PGH staple?
Always open light. Its not what you open with, its what you finish with. Louie Simmons
04-12-2009, 09:19 PM
Snag swears by those Bev's, I'm surprised he didn't talk you into their Liver Pills
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04-14-2009, 08:52 AM
Just a brief comment about how my week off treated me... I was definitely doing more calories at the last of my cycle that continued into my week off. I got into some not so good choices but I seem to have gotten away with it. Not only that but like most times I gained some nice mass during my week off of recovery. I didn't weigh myself yet but definitely looks like a couple more lbs. The wife was freaking out a bit saying she has never seen me anywhere near this big. She said it really hit her when I showed her the mass I gained on my legs and then I turned sideways she said she couldn't believe I was showing so much abs and obliques at such a high weight.
This is my first low carb day, I'll see how that goes. Chest and back tonight.
04-15-2009, 08:53 AM
Thank God for DominATP/Refresh... I was on a low carb day and I popped an AP before my workout. I had an outstanding workout. I should have been dead halfway through but I was steady as a rock, and even gaining strenght into the later sets.
Funny thing is being so carb depleted I thought I'd wake up feeling pretty deflated but I felt quite tight.
04-16-2009, 08:47 AM
Ok some details about Chest and back day...
I started off conservatively as most of you know I am nursing a sore shoulder which incidently is getting a little better more on that later...
Chest flat db press 90's for 8 drop to 80's by the third set I was doing more reps can't explain why
Incline flies 60's for 8 drop to 50's again increased reps on 2nd and 3rd sets wtf!!
Decline db press 80's for 8 drop to 70's again increased reps during latter sets even though I was feeling exhausted...
All sets were super deep and form was impeccable...
Wide lat pulldown 165 drop to 150 for 8's ss Weighted lat shrugs ... man will this pull your wings out
Reverse grip lat pulldowns 165 drop to 150 started losing my grip near the end of the 3rd set this will improve
Seated narrow rows 140 for 3 sets of 8
I was completely exhausted but exilerated as it was a fantatic workout. More volume as I was doing more isolation.
I gotta tell you I am loving this full feeling, I don't remember ever feeling so tight.
About my shoulder...I have been doing some stabilization exercises and some new stretches along with the old ones and getting massages for my left side. It's doing some good no doubt. Full recovery is in sight as long as I am very proactive.
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04-16-2009, 10:03 AM
I already have couple of questions, my first workout was very successful but I did experience some discomfort due to being carb depleted. I know we have been talking about taking AP for fasted training but I am wondering at which point it would be necessary to add in some carbs as I am doing carb fasted training on Tuesdays and Thursdays (them being low carb days)? So far so good though.
Does AP and Pslin work more efficiently as time goes on as I appear to be getting better response than I was earlier in the week ?
04-16-2009, 10:15 AM
when the body switches its' fuel source over to fats, there is an adjustment period; the duration of this period is again unique to each individual, but you will adjust to no carbs, trust me.
absolutely. the more you use these products, the more efficiently the body will put them to use.Does AP and Pslin work more efficiently as time goes on as I appear to be getting better response than I was earlier in the week ?
everything looks solid DW, supps look real nice, anxious to see how this turns out for you.
04-16-2009, 10:20 AM
04-16-2009, 04:08 PM
Here's a thought about low carb days and workouts... I have been toying with the idea of adding carbs after my workouts and was thinking 1 AP carb fasted, then 400 mg pslin afterwards in 1cup of oats I scoop of waxy maize 2 scoops of Myofusion... oh and a banana. The problem is this would turn a low carb day into a medium carb day lol
Currently I am doing 3/4 cup of oats am and 50 grams carbs for lunch a carbless dinner then 1 AP about an hour or so later and about 1/2 hour before workout. Then after workout just 2 scoops of protein.
04-16-2009, 04:24 PM
Weight training sessions at night?..in that case, you'd be better off utilizing AP for your preWO meal (w/ carbs) and going sans carbs after, just using that protein shake.
The Pslin load following FT at rising is a great idea, as it's early enough in the day that you'll burn off that larger carb load, but I don't think I'd try that at night on a regular basis (unless you're in ketosis and using that as a carb-up meal)..
To me tho, the whole idea of a fasted weight training session only makes sense in the morning, before you eat anything. Fasted cardio in the day, now that's a different story.
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