The Female Terminator Meets Shred Ultra (Sponsored)
- 01-10-2010, 10:18 AM
The Female Terminator Meets Shred Ultra (Sponsored)
Millennium Sport Technologies has introduced another new product to their great line-up: Shred Ultra.
For more information on the product please review the Shred Ultra Write-Up and Info.
I have been fortunate enough to be able to log Shred Ultra before I start my competition prep.
An unexpected bonus is the Cordygen5 that will compliment the Shred Ultra perfectly re my goals.
Huge thanks to Chuck and Matt of the Millennium Sport Technologies team.
Height: 156.6cm (i.e. 5'1.8")
Body Type: Meso-endo.
Weight: Fluctuates between 115-117lb first thing.
Body Composition: 10.9% bodyfat
Pre-Pics: Arm, Back, Midsection, Side, Legs (please excuse the poor quality of the images)
* Get back to 8% bodyfat
* Build my speed endurance back up
* Improve my strength
For the rest of January I am going totally against my usual "whatever whenever and just train hard to make up for it" nutrition, and will be following as closely as possible to:
* Total calories – 1200-1300 cal/day
* Protein – 150-160g/day (53-55% total daily energy intake)
* Carbohydrates – 60-80g/day (17-20% total daily energy intake)
* Fat – 30-40g/day (27-30% total daily energy intake)
* Monday includes a cheat meal – as long as at least 120g of protein is consumed this day other macros can be whatever (usually VERY high carbohydrates, ~400g)
* 5 meals daily (labeled M1, M2….) 2.5-3 hours apart.
* Shred Ultra - first thing and early afternoon (Week 1 - 3/1, Week 2 - 3/2, Week 3+ - 3/3).
* Cordygen5 - 3 caps first thing.
* Bio-Mend: 2 caps post-breakfast.
* Vitamin C: 1g first thing, 1g post-dinner, and 1g pre-bed.
* NeoVar Recomped: 2 caps 30-40 min pre-gym, 2 caps immediately post-gym, and 4 caps pre-bed (resistance training days); and 2 caps 15-20 min pre-breakfast, 2 caps 15-20 min pre-lunch, and 4 caps pre-bed (non-resistance training days).
* BC+EAA: 10.5g with breakfast and 10.5g pre-bed.
* MyoFusion: 1 scoop once daily (if required).
* Bulletproof: 1 scoop pre-bed (resistance training days).
* Lipotrophin-PM: 2 caps pre-bed.
* RPM: 2 caps first thing.
Note that I have currently run out of Bio-Mend, Lipotrophin-PM, and NeoVar Recomped, but I will start reusing them again when I get some more, which should be sometime next week.
I also have a few Millennium Sport Technologies product samples that I will be using over the first few days of this log.
Day 1: HIIT Cardio + Stretch 20-30 min + Shoulders + 20 min pm Cardio
Day 2: 20-40 min Cardio + Stretch 20-30 min + Hamstrings/Abs
Day 3: HIIT Cardio + Stretch 20-30 min + Arms + 20 min pm Cardio
Day 4: 20-40 min Cardio + Stretch 20-30 min + Full-Body
Day 5: HIIT Cardio + Stretch 20-30 min + Back/Chest + 20 min pm Cardio
Day 6: HIT Cardio + Stretch 20-30 min
I have ONE Day OFF ALL training per week, and take it whenever my body requires it. Once taken I continue the days consecutively.
I will also do ~20 minutes of post-weights cardio on any given day if I feel like it after resistance training.
Quality of Training
Body Composition and Look
Today starts my new Millennium Sport Technologies experience.
Continuing with training for this week at Day 6.
- 01-10-2010, 10:24 AM
01-10-2010, 10:29 AM
01-10-2010, 10:45 AM
01-10-2010, 10:49 AM
01-10-2010, 12:41 PM
01-10-2010, 04:03 PM
Sorry for a mildly late sub...been busy like mad! Do it up..can't wait to see how it works for ya!
01-10-2010, 04:41 PM
01-10-2010, 05:15 PM
1107 - 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
1131 - Stretch 30 min.
QUOTE OF THE DAY: "It is not the critic who counts: not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes up short again and again, because there is no effort without error or shortcoming, but who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, who spends himself for a worthy cause; who, at the best, knows, in the end, the triumph of high achievement, and who, at the worst, if he fails, at least he fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat." - Theodore Roosevelt
Energy: Pretty damn good. I could definitely have kept going and made HIT longer, but decided that shorter would let me recover more for next week.
Quality of Training: HIT was great. Didn't give myself any recovery time between rounds; it was necessary, especially since I only did two rounds. Heart was racing throughout, but managed boxing minutes better than last week...
Pump and Vascularity: Pump in shoulders and calves...Vascularity high...
Body Composition and Look: 116.6lb at 10.9% bodyfat.
Appetite: Just breathing in the smell of the food that I used to crave so badly is enough for me at the moment...One week of complete discipline with my diet and I am determined to keep going strong!
Immune System: Fine.
Stress: Only in two areas now; trying to make it manageable.
MST Notes: Used a sample of NitroCeps first thing with my dose of Cordygen5 and first dose of Shred Ultra...Also used a sample of MycoGreen post-breakfast and will use another post-dinner...Although a single day's usage of both products is unlikely to see effects, they have been good in filling in for my usual staples that I am currently without...Also going to use a sample of SOMNIDREN pre-bed, since it is one of this week's day OFF using Bulletproof...
01-10-2010, 05:46 PM
Nice HIIT Workout, is the boxing circuit shadow or against a bag/speed mitts?
I need to get my bag hung up again, it burns calories like no other!
01-10-2010, 08:28 PM
rosie, i think you will like the somnidren. it is the best otc sleep aid i have used.
GOD, FAMILY, COUNTRY!!!
01-10-2010, 10:08 PM
01-11-2010, 08:25 AM
01-11-2010, 10:18 AM
01-11-2010, 10:51 AM
* SOMNIDREN (one sample only)
As far as the SOMNIDREN goes, I only used a SAMPLE - whereas I have used those listed above for at least a week, usually entire bottles and more - so cannot give an accurate assessment on it re sleep/recovery, especially given that it took me over 3 hours after dosing before I could sleep and I only slept for ~3 hours and could only lie there for a further 2.5 hours half-awake before being able to get up.
Lipotrophin-PM is by far and away the best product that I have used thus far when it comes to deep, quality sleep.
01-11-2010, 01:24 PM
I hope when logs for S-GH come around again...you apply . I think you'd enjoy the effects of a full tub once it settles into your body.
great updates for far Rosie....I expected nothing less though. You're easily one of the best loggers on this site.
01-11-2010, 02:01 PM
01-11-2010, 02:41 PM
01-11-2010, 02:58 PM
This week's Day OFF...Letting myself recover and prepare for the rest of the week...
QUOTE OF THE DAY: "The moving finger writes; and having writ Moves on: nor all thy Piety and Wit shall lure it back to cancel half a Line, Nor all thy tears wash out a word of it." - Edward Fitzgerald
Sleep - Time and Quality: ~0100-0400, so ~3 hours sleep...Dosed SOMNIDREN last night. It tasted like Berocca, as the Refreshing Orange SuperPump250 does, but not as strong. Face, arms, and legs tingled for ~2 hours after dosing, almost like Beta-Alanine tingles. It took me ~3 hours to get to sleep. But once asleep I was OUT...Woke to the slightest sound and was not able to get back to sleep. Didn't have any energy or desire to get up that early (when I used to be up earlier than that every day!), lying in bed until 0639 before dragging myself up. No dreams last night...
Energy: On waking I felt absolutely shattered. Dead. NOT wanting to move or do anything. Once I'd been up for ~10 minutes (after 'first thing' supplement doses) I felt like I'd been given a surge of energy and wanted to train. However, decided against it, decided to use today as a rest day (even though as the day continues my body wants to train; NOT training is almost as hard as dieting)...
Quality of Training: N/A.
Recovery: No DOMS, but was shattered on waking.
Body Composition and Look: 115.6lb. Looking and feeling a lot tighter. Amazing how much a single PERFECT week can make re results!
Appetite: Although I am not sure how I am going to do it, I am using today as a HIGH carbohydrate day, since I started fading badly towards the end of last week, which was not good considering the training I was - and want to be - doing. Any solid food after breakfast the last few days has been an effort, almost choking it down and seeming to get 'stuck' in my throat, causing VERY unpleasant sensations; any protein shakes just leaving me feeling full of air...Drinking lots, though...
Immune System: Have been fine since started dosing 3g of Vitamin C daily (just before Christmas 2009).
Stress: It rises and I try to combat it.
MST Notes: Going to be using my last sample of NitroCeps (first thing) and a sample of Ragnarok (~60 min pre-training) tomorrow.
01-12-2010, 06:20 PM
1320 - HIIT Skip:
a. 4 min skip
b. 32 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
c. 1 x 1 min effort
d. 4 min skip
1351 - Shoulders (1 min recovery between sets):
1. BB Military Press 12 x 15, 15, 10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 8, 8, 8, 8
2. Lateral Raises 4 x 15
3. Bent Over Rear Raises 4 x 12
1429 - Gazelle 20 min.
1451 - Stretch 20 min.
QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Dreaming about it and doing it are two different things." - Alexandria, Dark Gold (Christine Feehan)
Mental Alertness/Focus: Very there. Been formatting manuscripts most of the day (not spent training)...
Energy: Took RPM 50 minutes pre-training (along with sample of Ragnarok) instead of first thing this morning. Was energized and bouncy as during HIIT. Kept going, feeling gooooood...
Motivation: "Choice defines us. Every choice, little or big." - Agatha, A Dream of Stone and Shadow (Majorie M. Liu)
Mood/Aggression: Anxious. Apprehensive.
Quality of Training: HIIT was fast and furious...Resistance training was pushing the limits, wanting to keep going further and further...Post-weights cardio is 'pm cardio', since training was so uncharacteristically late today...
Pump and Vascularity: Pump in lower legs and shoulders during HIIT and strong in delts during resistance training...Vascularity high...
Muscle Hardness/Density: Legs, shoulders, and arms.
Body Composition and Look: You wouldn't even know that last night I had more calories from carbohydrates in one meal than I had probably had in total calories over the five days prior...
Appetite: The high carbohydrate/calorie day yesterday was ENOUGH for me for the time being and glad to be back being good...Very thirsty...
Immune System: Top notch.
Stress: It cannot always be ignored, no matter how much I would like to wish it away.
MST Notes: Dosed my last sample of NitroCeps first thing...Used a sample of Ragnarok (Crushing Punch) 50 minutes pre-training. Ragnarok mixed quickly and easily and tasted pleasant. Experienced a few tingles afterwards, but not for long...
01-12-2010, 07:17 PM
01-12-2010, 07:34 PM
This log may require a day to day pictorial evaluation. =) BTW how much do you squat with your cyclist background, I imagine they are pretty strong?
01-12-2010, 08:16 PM
01-12-2010, 09:57 PM
01-13-2010, 01:38 PM
01-13-2010, 03:36 PM
01-13-2010, 04:59 PM
01-13-2010, 06:10 PM
1222 - Gazelle 40 min.
1306 - Hamstrings/Abs (1 min recovery between sets):
1. Stiff-Legged BB Deadlifts 5 x 20
2. Crunches (hips at 90 degrees, legs fully extended, hands to touch feet at top of crunch) 5 x 20
3. Stiff-Legged BB Deadlifts 5 x 20
4. Plank 1 x 3 min
1347 - Gazelle 20 min.
1413 - Stretch 20 min.
QUOTE OF THE DAY: "The self on show and in action at any moment depends on where I am, who I'm with, the circumstances of the situation, and my mood at any time...And yet, whatever happens, whichever me is on show, deep inside, in the secret places of my being, I also always feel the same...I have come to think of this essential, unchanging self as my soul." - Cordelia, This is all: The Pillow Book of Cordelia Kenn (Aiden Chambers)
Mental Alertness/Focus: Great!
Energy: Like yesterday, I dosed RPM 60 minutes pre-training (along with my last sample of Ragnarok) instead of first thing this morning. Cardio passed quickly, even before I knew it was gone. Shattered after training, whilst stretching, but started becoming energized later...
Strength: Hamstrings/Abs' day is NOT about strength.
Quality of Training: All cardio done and done well...Resistance training, although lightheaded and with heart racing, was good...
Recovery: No DOMS from yesterday's training sessions.
Pump and Vascularity: Pump in legs, stretching hamstrings...Vascularity higher during cardio than resistance training...
Muscle Hardness/Density: Legs, shoulders, and arms.
Body Composition and Look: Fine.
Appetite: Being good...Thirsty as...
Immune System: Excellent.
Stress: There, but attempting to let positivity overcome it.
MST Notes: Dosed my last sample of Ragnarok (Ballistic Blue Razz) 60 minutes pre-training. As with sample yesterday the Ragnarok mixed quickly and tasted like raspberries (I LIKE!), with no tingles experienced today...
01-13-2010, 07:07 PM
01-13-2010, 07:19 PM
I knew you'd love that blue raz ragNOrok Ultra.
I couldn't believe how tasty it was when I first tried it, haha.
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