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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Bnatural View Post
    Suffer from asthma? well I guess you'd know the breathing issues then...
    hope you feel better. Nice work so far
    No, I do NOT have asthma. And no, the breathing issues are NOT from asthma. I know why I have them. End of story.

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  2. I use a holosync CD for meditation to help my stress.. It take an hour a day but is well worth the time.... I am not saying that I am stress free but my levels of consciousness is high and it keeps every thing in the right light. If you want I can send you a copy just PM me

    No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.-Albert Einstein
    Diet is always the key to unlocking the door of success

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by islandmagic View Post
    I use a holosync CD for meditation to help my stress.. It take an hour a day but is well worth the time.... I am not saying that I am stress free but my levels of consciousness is high and it keeps every thing in the right light. If you want I can send you a copy just PM me

    No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.-Albert Einstein
    Thanks, but it's all good. Meditation does nothing for me. I deal with things in my own way.
  4. Day 17


    1759 - HIT (no recovery between rounds):
    2 rounds of -
    1. Skip 1 min
    2. Box - Straight Punches 1 min
    3. Skip 1 min
    4. Box - Uppercuts 1 min
    5. Skip 1 min
    6. Box - Hooks 1 min
    7. Skip 1 min
    8. Box - Pitter-patter 1 min
    9. Skip 1 min
    10. Plank 1 min

    1824 - Stretch 20 min.


    QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Dream a better dream; then work to make it real." - Max, The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl


    Energy: Have none. I feel so flat and exhausted and not like I could do much right now...

    Endurance/Stamina: Fine.

    Strength: N/A.

    Quality of Training: Even though I felt like the dead walking I WANTED to train. Do SOMEthing. Not let this week be like last week. Every jump I made when skipping just caused my head to hurt, pounding like it was going to explode. Managed as best I could for 20 minutes and called it a day.

    Body Composition and Look: This morning there were deep grooves in my upper abs. Looking better, even though last week was bad re training and nutrition.

    Appetite: Having - and needing - to be good...

    Immune System: Been getting chills and going hot and cold for the last day or so.

    Stress: One more thing on top on another...

    Other Notes: Today I used the last of my RPM, so going to be without it for a while...Also, have decided that, as I do with my Day Off, I am going to have my HIT day whenever I feel that it is necessary to insert between days 1 to 5, and just continue on with them consecutively after either a Day Off or HIT day.
  5. Day 18


    Another day OFF...NOT liking how this week has started out...But I can guarantee that it will NOT end like it started, and be nothing like last week!


    QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Sometimes when you catch someone unaware at just the right time and in just the right light, you can catch sight of what they will be." - Mattie, A Northern Light (Jennifer Donnelly)


    Energy: Still woke feeling like sh*t, but with a little more than I have had...

    Endurance/Stamina: N/A.

    Strength: N/A.

    Quality of Training: N/A.

    Body Composition and Look: Holding water and not feeling very comfortable.

    Appetite: The bottomless pit. The endless vacuum...

    Immune System: Still getting chills. But getting better (I think)...

    Stress: I am not helping...

  6. Quote Originally Posted by Bnatural View Post
    I may have eaten more than you today, this is one meal not 1 day though, 1.5lbs of wing dings and 1lb of potato salad. It wasn't intentional, but I was hungry and stopped in walmart and bought what they had left.
    LOL. I think Ste would DISagree with you there
  7. Day 19


    1440 - HIIT Gazelle:
    a. 4 min
    b. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    c. 4 min
    d. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    e. 4 min

    1505 - Shoulders (1 min recovery between sets):
    1. BB Military Press 12 x 15, 15, 12, 12, 10, 10, 8, 8, 8, 8, 8, 8
    2. Lateral Raises 4 x 20
    3. Bent Over Rear Raises 4 x 12

    1545 - Gazelle 20 min.

    1610 - Stretch 20 min.


    QUOTE OF THE DAY: "This is a broken world. Nothing in it is fair...But it's when you stop expecting that it will be, that miraculously you are given the strength to survive, the grace to forgive, and enough love that you can carry on fighting. It's the knowledge that one day this fight will be over, and that everything will be put right, and that all the pain and sadness will be so utterly forgotten. It will be as if it never was." - Anna van Homrigh, The Star Locket (Natalie Jane Prior)


    Energy: Had more energy today. Didn't feel like I was the walking dead, which is so refreshing...

    Endurance/Stamina: Good.

    Strength: Better in some areas and not in others.

    Quality of Training: My skipping rope broke 48 seconds into HIIT Skip, so I had to improvise and ended up doing HIIT on the Gazelle. Was different, but ok...Resistance training was good. Right anterior delts hurting during BB Military Press, and pushing through for more afterwards...Post-weights gazelle was good...

    Body Composition and Look: So far from where I want to be. Feel like the last 10 days has set me back a bit, and that may be, but not going to let it continue.

    Appetite: Only what I've had to today...Thirst back...

    Immune System: Starting to feel 'normal' again.

    Stress: Some stress. Less than yesterday...
  8. Day 20


    2009 - Gazelle 40 min.

    2055 - Hamstrings/Abs (1 min recovery between sets):
    1. Stiff-Legged BB Deadlifts (BB to ground) 8 x 20
    2. Glute-Ham Raises (on ground) 4 x 15
    3. BB Good Mornings 4 x 10
    4. Crunches (hips at 90 degrees, legs fully extended, hands to touch feet at top of crunch) 2 x 50

    2148 - Gazelle 20 min.

    2211 - Stretch 20 min.


    QUOTE OF THE DAY: "You have to make a decision what you want to be in life. If you want something special then you have to sacrifice a lot. I get the most satisfaction out of things not everybody experiences." - Arnold Schwarzenegger


    Energy: Definitely had energy once up...

    Endurance/Stamina: Excellent.

    Strength: Hamstrings' sessions are NOT about strength.

    Quality of Training: Cardio was fine; sweating a bit more than have been lately...Resistance training was good. Focused. Time passed quickly...So thirsty; drank 4 litres of water during my training period of ~2.5 hours!

    Body Composition and Look: Still feeling soft and out of shape. But it shouldn't take long - less than 2 weeks - to get back there.

    Appetite: Fine...Thirsty as. Consumed over 5 litres in the first 4 hours of getting up (and the day hasn't ended yet)!

    Immune System: Fine.

    Stress: Hasn't had enough time to catch up with me yet today...
  9. Day 21


    1004 - HIIT Gazelle:
    a. 4 min
    b. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    c. 4 min
    d. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    e. 4 min

    1025 - Arms (3 min recovery between supersets):
    Superset -
    1. Close-Grip Pull-Ups 10 x 20, 17, 13, 11, 9, 8, 8, 8, 7, 6
    2. Dips 10 x 8

    1106 - Gazelle 20 min.

    1130 - Stretch 28 min.

    1705 - Gazelle 20 min.


    QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Fear is in the mind. Like pain, it can be controlled. If I face it it cannot master me." - The Master, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Nightmares


    Mental Alertness/Focus: My mental focus started waning at ~0600, but forced myself to stay up and awake because I wanted to train in the morning, so that I can get back into a regular sleeping pattern and schedule - which I so desperately NEED. Head has been foggy and out of it most of the day, including during training, and tried sleeping, but couldn't...

    Energy: Have had none since ~0600, even though I trained...Spent the bulk of the afternoon cuddled up on the couch with the cat, feeling nauseous...

    Endurance/Stamina: Excellent.

    Strength: Ok.

    Quality of Training: Considering I felt like passing out throughout most of my training, it was an achievement...During resistance training in recovery periods I was lying on the floor, heart feeling like it was going to burst out of my chest! Also felt really nauseous and like I wanted to be sick. Odd...

    Body Composition and Look: Getting there...

    Appetite: Not really in the mood for eating...2 galleons of water down so far today...

    Immune System: Fine.

    Stress: Feeling it again.
  10. Day 22


    1829 - Gazelle 20 min.

    1855 - Full-Body (1 min recovery between sets/supersets):
    1. Stiff-Legged BB Deadlifts 2 x 20
    2. Lat Pull-Downs (in squat position) 2 x 20
    3. Push-Ups (feet on floor, hands on DB) 2 x 20
    Superset A -
    4. BB Military Press 2 x 10
    5. Lateral Raises 2 x 10
    Superset B -
    6. Dips 2 x 10
    7. Incline Dips 2 x 10
    Superset C -
    8. EZ-Bar Bicep Curls 2 x 10
    9. Plank 2 x 1 min
    Superset D -
    10. Bicycles 2 x 50
    11. Knee-Ins (on floor) 2 x 25

    1934 - Gazelle 20 min.

    2202 - Stretch 20 min.


    QUOTE OF THE DAY: "A man can persuade himself to the necessity of anything, if he has the will to." - Yugi, The Ascendancy Veil (Chris Wooding)


    Energy: None. But I forced myself to train - got to, to keep it going...

    Endurance/Stamina: Excellent.

    Strength: Full-Body sessions are not about strength, and it achieved what it was meant to.

    Quality of Training: Same as yesterday, feeling like I was going to pass out or collapse or something during training today...Pre-weights cardio was a blur, not wanting to be doing it, and concentrating on when it would be over...Resistance training was an effort, making sure I was completely focused during each set, eventually lying on the ground to catch my breath and my bearings towards the later supersets. So tempted to go lighter or do less reps or be easier on myself, with the justified excuse that I am fatigued, but that won't fly...Didn't even want to do post-weights cardio, so barely with it by the end...

    Body Composition and Look: 112.6 lb at 9.5% bodyfat...Can tell re leaning in back...Feeling tighter, but still a little soft and as if holding water (which is not surprising considering the 10 litres I drank yesterday, and the 5 litres I've drunk since waking)...

    Appetite: I want to eat and yet I don't...

    Immune System: Been 'cold' a lot of the day. Chills, and then feeling on fire...Sigh...

    Stress: I know it's there. I feel too shattered to care much right now, though.

    Other Notes: My current bottle of NeoVar Recomped runs out today, so I will be without creatine until my new one gets here - which could be about a week (better not be any longer).
  11. Day 23


    Today is this week's Day OFF...


    QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Success belongs to those too small to carry what they believe in, but too stubborn to leave it behind." - The Word for Today (Bob & Debbie Gas)


    Energy: Glad that it's my Day Off...

    Endurance/Stamina: N/A.

    Strength: N/A.

    Quality of Training: N/A.

    Body Composition and Look: My body is very different to how it was the last time I was 9.5% bodyfat. I have more muscle mass, and girths are bigger - +1.5 inches in shoulders, +2 inches in chest, + 1 inch in waist, +2 inches in hips, + 2.5 inches in legs (1cm below gluteal fold). I KNOW. BIG DIFFERENCE.

    Appetite: Today is the day my body 'catches up' on the rest of the week (well, before the rest of the week)...Need to drink more water - a few days of 5-10 litres of water daily, and then the huge 400+g of carbohydrates this morning and then again tonight, makes me not want to drink much today...

    Immune System: Still feeling chills - could be from a few days ago when I went outside in nothing but a t-shirt, barefoot and all, to get the mail - but ok.

    Stress: Days like this I feel it heavier than usual...I've been told that I don't let it bother me as much when I have more sex (interesting)...

  12. here's to hoping you got some boom boom in the bedroom so you can stop stressing so hard
    Millennium Sport Technologies Representative/Sponsored Athlete
    www.millenniumsport.net

  13. Quote Originally Posted by CTDeuce View Post
    here's to hoping you got some boom boom in the bedroom so you can stop stressing so hard
    LOL, that's never a problem, Chuck. The stress comes and stays regardless.
  14. Day 24


    1837 - HIIT Gazelle:
    a. 4 min
    b. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    c. 4 min
    d. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    e. 4 min

    1859 - Shoulders (1 min recovery between sets):
    1. BB Military Press 12 x 15, 15, 12, 12, 10, 10, 10, 10, 8, 8, 8, 8
    2. Lateral Raises 4 x 15
    3. Bent Over Rear Raises 4 x 12

    1936 - Gazelle 36 min.

    2015 - Stretch 20 min.


    QUOTE OF THE DAY: "To dream is to awaken the soul, it is to set free the mind and spirit and sail away on a journey of hope! To dream is to build castles out of clouds and realities out of wishes! It is to give meaning to the word 'belief'. To dream is to hear music in the silence of thought! To dream is to abandon the fear of limitation, to unlearn scepticism and doubt, and boldly embrace each day as a miraculous adventure! To dream is to see beyond the horizon and to know that we are capable of anything our hearts desire!" - Claire Jensen


    Energy: Fine.

    Endurance/Stamina: Excellent.

    Strength: Good.

    Quality of Training: Was blah. Not wanting to be there, but doing it anyway...I'm going to start running again tomorrow - haven't done that in just over a month - and hopefully it will shock my body some and kickstart the results process again...

    Body Composition and Look: Days like today and I just hate what I see.

    Appetite: Not wanting to eat, but wanting to (I know, today is the day for feeling like this)...Not really wanting to drink, either, but forcing myself to (need at LEAST a galleon of water DAILY)...

    Immune System: All the food I ate yesterday is NOT helping...

    Stress: It's there all right, the little black cloud on one shoulder...

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    1837 - HIIT Gazelle:
    a. 4 min
    b. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    c. 4 min
    d. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    e. 4 min

    1859 - Shoulders (1 min recovery between sets):
    1. BB Military Press 12 x 15, 15, 12, 12, 10, 10, 10, 10, 8, 8, 8, 8
    2. Lateral Raises 4 x 15
    3. Bent Over Rear Raises 4 x 12

    1936 - Gazelle 36 min.

    2015 - Stretch 20 min.


    QUOTE OF THE DAY: "To dream is to awaken the soul, it is to set free the mind and spirit and sail away on a journey of hope! To dream is to build castles out of clouds and realities out of wishes! It is to give meaning to the word 'belief'. To dream is to hear music in the silence of thought! To dream is to abandon the fear of limitation, to unlearn scepticism and doubt, and boldly embrace each day as a miraculous adventure! To dream is to see beyond the horizon and to know that we are capable of anything our hearts desire!" - Claire Jensen


    Energy: Fine.

    Endurance/Stamina: Excellent.

    Strength: Good.

    Quality of Training: Was blah. Not wanting to be there, but doing it anyway...I'm going to start running again tomorrow - haven't done that in just over a month - and hopefully it will shock my body some and kickstart the results process again...

    Body Composition and Look: Days like today and I just hate what I see.

    Appetite: Not wanting to eat, but wanting to (I know, today is the day for feeling like this)...Not really wanting to drink, either, but forcing myself to (need at LEAST a galleon of water DAILY)...

    Immune System: All the food I ate yesterday is NOT helping...

    Stress: It's there all right, the little black cloud on one shoulder...
    I always believed a good run was good for the body as well as the soul. Hope it helps you get things rolling in the right direction.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by CTDeuce View Post
    here's to hoping you got some boom boom in the bedroom so you can stop stressing so hard
    Yeah um...that is not a problem for Rosie and I . LOL.

    Cheers Papa Deuce!
    "Never trust a b*tch because b*tches be crazy, now get out there and go crush some P***Y!" - Jerry Stiller.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Gonzo14 View Post
    I always believed a good run was good for the body as well as the soul. Hope it helps you get things rolling in the right direction.
    I miss running. My body actually does BEST when I use sprinting (re running) as HIIT and cycling for longer cardio. Faster results as well. Although I have to be careful not to OVERdo it, else my legs just gain more mass - whether I am in the gym or not (sigh).
  18. Day 25


    1520- HIIT Run:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    c. 4 min jogging

    1536 - Arms (3 min recovery between Superset A, 1 min recovery between rest of supersets):
    Superset A -
    1. Close-Grip Pull-Ups 6 x 18, 14, 11, 9, 7, 7
    2. Dips 6 x 8
    Superset B -
    3. EZ-Bar Biceps Curls 4 x 10
    4. Push-Ups (feet on floor, hands on DB under chest) 4 x 8
    Superset C -
    5. Incline DB Bicep Curls 4 x 8
    6. DB French Press 4 x 8
    Superset D -
    7. Alternate DB Hammer Curls 2 x 20
    8. Dips 2 x 8

    1635 - Spin Bike:
    20 min @ 40.7 km/hr

    1756 - Stretch 23 min.


    QUOTE OF THE DAY: "The past is something you learn from, not something you dwell upon." - Sean Scott


    Energy: A few lightheaded spells, but otherwise ok...Running took something out of me...

    Endurance/Stamina: Excellent.

    Strength: Fine.

    Quality of Training: Yes, so decided on doing HIIT Run today, instead of 20-40 minutes cardio...HIIT Run was ok. First two efforts I was like a little rocket. After that I started fading, and the last two efforts were pitiful, albeit still going as fast as I could for them both. Was shattered after only eight efforts, so let it go only having done 12 minutes and not the 20-minute minimum...Resistance session was good. Different being back in the gym to training downstairs in the basement (although I get good sessions done there). Able to do slightly more in the gym, since I don't have that huge a selection of dumbbells at home, and enjoyed it...Spin Bike was ok. Been a while since I cycled as well, but body handled that better than the running...

    Body Composition and Look: Can only get better...Right...

    Appetite: Normal...Drinking again...

    Immune System: Chills have gone.

    Stress: Trying to think of OTHER things...

  19. Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    Yeah um...that is not a problem for Rosie and I . LOL.

    Cheers Papa Deuce!
    hahaha I knew it wasn't, but sometimes things come up where you can't get that time to be.....intimate.

    I'm glad you two have found the time
    Millennium Sport Technologies Representative/Sponsored Athlete
    www.millenniumsport.net
  20. Day 26


    1621 - HIIT Gazelle:
    a. 4 min
    b. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    c. 4 min
    d. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    e. 4 min

    1643 - Stretch 20 min.

    1709 - Hamstrings/Abs (1 min recovery between sets):
    1. Stiff-Legged BB Deadlifts (BB to floor) 4 x 20
    2. BB Romanian Deadlifts 4 x 10
    3. Glute-Ham Raises (on floor) 4 x 20
    4. BB Good Mornings 4 x 10
    5. Abs 2 x [a. weighted crunches (knees at 90 degree flexion) x 15, b. reverse curls (on floor) x 10, c. bicycle x 30]

    1755 - Gazelle 20 min.

    2322 - Gazelle 20 min.


    QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength." - Arnold Schwarzenegger


    Energy: Good.

    Endurance/Stamina: Excellent.

    Strength: Hamstrings' day is NOT about strength, but the STRETCH.

    Quality of Training: Definitely got to get AWAY from the Gazelle - use it only for pm cardio sessions...HIIT was ok...Resistance session was good...Pm cardio passed quickly...

    Body Composition and Look: Feel like I am holding a lot of water...Nowhere near the condition I SHOULD be in by now (and got to stop thinking about where I should be and would be if the last two weeks hadn't happened)...

    Appetite: Fine...Water consumption normal...

    Immune System: I am getting very used to my body, and in tune with it. I am becoming more and more sensitive to changes in blood sugar and insulin levels (something I need to control more). It's a learning curve, with a few revelations I wish weren't so, but are definitely for the better.

    Stress: Still trying to think of other things (or this can get so bad)...Got told that I do it to myself, get myself so worked up, that I cause my own spikes in cortisol (probably true), and it needs to STOP...
  21. Day 27


    1721 - Gazelle 40 min.

    1806 - Full-Body (1 min recovery between sets):
    1. Stiff-Legged BB Deadlifts 2 x 20
    2. BB Bent Over Rows 2 x 20
    3. Flat BB Bench Press 2 x 20
    4. BB Military Press 2 x 20
    5. Incline Dips 2 x 20
    6. EZ-Bar Bicep Curls 2 x 20
    7. Weighted Crunches 2 x 20
    8. Reverse Curls (on floor) 2 x 20
    9. Bicycles 2 x 20
    10. Plank 1 min

    1854 - Gazelle 20 min.

    1917 - Stretch 23 min.


    QUOTE OF THE DAY: "If you want something really bad, only you have the power to make it happen." - Michelle Levesque


    Energy: Top of the line.

    Endurance/Stamina: Excellent.

    Strength: Full-Body sessions are not about strength.

    Quality of Training: Gazelle was all good - albeit I don't think it is intense enough to pass as cardio for me; got to be running or skipping or cycling (my body, although used to this, responds very well re fat loss when I cycle, and I can always maintain >80% HRmax)...Resistance training was good. High pump and burning...Post-weights cardio fine...

    Body Composition and Look: Still feel quite heavy in the pit of my stomach, like I am holding water, but noticing that I'm starting to look slightly leaner...

    Appetite: High in the early hours of the morning...Water intake good...

    Immune System: Definitely need to control my insulin levels better...A slight swelling of my neck glands. I know what is causing it...

    Stress: REALLY working to put this out of my mind, even though it's beating at me...

    Other Notes: I have three days of Corgygen5 left. After that I will give a review on Shred Ultra/Cordygen5...I will also stop using Bulletproof when I am finished with Cordygen5...From Tuesday I will be starting my competition preparation stack: Amphetalin, IGF-2, and Sustain Alpha (along with my basics, of course).
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