Completing the Female Terminator's REMODEL with TRIAZOLE (and other Goodies)

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    TRAINING

    HIIT Cardio:
    a. 4 min easy
    b. 24 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    c. 4 min easy

    Stretch 20 min.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~4 hours. Woke refreshed and peppy.

    Energy: Slowly getting back to where I was.

    Mental Focus and Clarity: Study and work for most of the rest of the day.

    Endurance: Good.

    Quality of Training: Still feels like I'm doing nothing, even if I'm not. My body is going to thank me for this easy week NEXT week!
    YOur bodies condition for 4 hours of sleep I'm sorry rosie. . .other than that great to see that every thing is going well with your log!
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by Aaelael View Post
    YOur bodies condition for 4 hours of sleep I'm sorry rosie. . .other than that great to see that every thing is going well with your log!
    LOL It's GREAT to feel like that - definitely more like me and how I was before coming over here, considering my ideal sleeping period is 4-5 hours!
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    LOL It's GREAT to feel like that - definitely more like me and how I was before coming over here, considering my ideal sleeping period is 4-5 hours!
    Yes...you are a crackhead!

    Cheers Babe!
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    Yes...you are a crackhead!

    Cheers Babe!
    And you are an ARSE!
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    And you are an ARSE!
    Yes I am and all I have to say to your response....























































    "Never trust a b*tch because b*tches be crazy, now get out there and go crush some P***Y!" - Jerry Stiller.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    Yes I am and all I have to say to your response....























































    You're a little $h*t, you know that right It's time for your and maybe you'd better prepare yourself for a as well 'cause there ain't gonna be no or tonight!
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  7. Day 6


    TRAINING

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

    Stretch 20 min.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: Actually slept for a little longer today, and woke not feeling the best for it.

    Mood/Aggression: Bit blah - it might pick up later.

    Energy: Like the Energizer Bunny!

    Mental Focus and Clarity: Not an option - it HAS to be there!

    Stress: High.

    Immune System: Fine.

    Libido: Normal.

    Joints: These have been ok.

    Endurance: Good.

    Vascularity: This has been a lot better the last few days - probably the higher carbohydrates, etc. A lot better than it was for competition. Closer to where I like it.

    Quality of Training: First boxing session in a while. Didn't feel like much and I was surprised that I didn't tire or slow down at all, like I did the last time did this session when I hadn't done it in a while.

    Recovery: Great.

    Body Composition and Look: The softness is slowly going - can see the outline of my abs again.
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  8. Day 7


    TRAINING

    It's this week's scheduled Day OFF - definitely required before I head into next week. That's not to say that I'm not going to have my active time though - about an hour's yardwork today.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: Waking after ~3 hours, which is getting close to 'normal' for me.

    Energy: I have been running around non-stop!

    Libido: Let's get wild, LOL

    Recovery: My back has DOMS from yesterday's boxing session - it feels GOOD.

    Body Composition and Look: Lost half of the extra weight I gained post-competition, and seeing deeply my top four abs again The rest will be gone by the end of next week.

    Eviscerate Smolder Notes: This is like the original Eviscerate in its staying power and lasting effects - definitely, regardless of whether you have showered or not, continue feeling the 'smolder' up to 24 hours post-application!

    Other Notes: My week 'off' is now over. Tomorrow it is BACK TO BRUTAL!
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  9. hey rosie...following along great log as usual...wow thats a lot of water weight in a few days..how much did you let go?

  10. Quote Originally Posted by brownchoclit View Post
    hey rosie...following along great log as usual...wow thats a lot of water weight in a few days..how much did you let go?
    Hiya It wasn't all water weight - as I mentioned at the start, it was FOOD AND WATER weight. I didn't "let go" - I just started eating normally again after a week of dieting and had few days off training at the start of a week "off" (so eating at Maintenance at less than Maintenance training).
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  11. Thumbs up Back to Brutal!


    BACK TO BRUTAL

    My week off is now officially over. It's time to kick some ass and put my body through its paces again. This is how it's going to happen . . .


    TRAINING

    Monday: HIIT Cardio + Stretch 20-30 minutes + Full-Body + 20 min Post-Weights Cardio

    Tuesday: 20 min Cardio + Stretch 20-30 minutes + Full-Body + 20 min Post-Weights Cardio

    Wednesday: HIIT Cardio + Stretch 20-30 minutes + Upper Body + 20 min Post-Weights Cardio

    Thursday: 20 min Cardio + Stretch 20-30 minutes

    Friday: HIIT Cardio + Stretch 20-30 minutes + Shoulders/Arms/Abs + 20 min Post-Weights Cardio

    Saturday: HIT + Stretch 20-30 minutes

    Sunday: Day OFF

    Plus 2-4 days including a lighter 20-minute PM Cardio session.


    NUTRITION

    Monday to Friday: Less than 50g of carbohydrates daily

    Saturday and Sunday: No limit of carbohydrates

    Yes, very not like me re nutrition, but I am going for a difference approach, with what I learned during the two weeks pre-competition.


    This time, I AM actually going to be CUTTING, and I AM going to do this RIGHT!
    Last edited by Rosie Chee; 10-13-2010 at 04:46 PM. Reason: Made a change to nutrition plan
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  12. Red face


    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    BACK TO BRUTAL

    My week off is now officially over. It's time to kick some ass and put my body through its paces again. This is how it's going to happen . . .


    TRAINING

    Monday: HIIT Cardio + Stretch 20-30 minutes + Full-Body + 20 min Post-Weights Cardio

    Tuesday: 20 min Cardio + Stretch 20-30 minutes + Full-Body + 20 min Post-Weights Cardio

    Wednesday: HIIT Cardio + Stretch 20-30 minutes + Upper Body + 20 min Post-Weights Cardio

    Thursday: 20 min Cardio + Stretch 20-30 minutes

    Friday: HIIT Cardio + Stretch 20-30 minutes + Shoulders/Arms/Abs + 20 min Post-Weights Cardio

    Saturday: HIT + Stretch 20-30 minutes

    Sunday: Day OFF

    Plus 2-4 days including a lighter 20-minute PM Cardio session.


    NUTRITION

    Monday to Friday: Less than 50g of carbohydrates daily

    Saturday: 50-100g of carbohydrates

    Sunday: No limit of carbohydrates

    Yes, very not like me re nutrition, but I am going for a difference approach, with what I learned during the two weeks pre-competition.


    This time, I AM actually going to be CUTTING, and I AM going to do this RIGHT!
    I've heard of many compitor's going to this approach b4 but i will say that they were assisted bodybuilders! Its very taxing on the body going 5 days low but it is managable. . . Why the sudden change of heart? what part of the science that made most sense going this route for u?
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by Aaelael View Post
    I've heard of many compitor's going to this approach b4 but i will say that they were assisted bodybuilders! Its very taxing on the body going 5 days low but it is managable. . . Why the sudden change of heart? what part of the science that made most sense going this route for u?
    Yes, most competitors do something ridiculous like this - and yes, I said it; I think it's ridiculous, and there is no "part of the science" that would ever make sense of this for me. And it's only "taxing" if one is training hard and intense - otherwise, it would be easy as for a sedentary or recreational activity individual. In saying that, this is what I did for my week-pre-competition (and yes, I managed it), and I saw reasonable results then, so I'm going to be doing this every other week (this week is the first of them) for the duration of six weeks (that started last week), preparing as if I WAS going to compete in November (but I am not). I want to see what difference it makes on my body. Besides, I'm getting older, and m y body does not act the way it used to, and what I used to do is not getting quite the same results, so I'm going to try something different - always try most things once; it can't hurt. So yes, very controversial - for me, at any rate, since I love food and usually eat whatever whenever. AND this is an outright CUT - something I have never done before (usually I just recomp perpetually), so that's different in itself for me. I want to be a lot leaner than I am, and I don't mind going to extreme to do it. We'll see how it goes - remember that anything and everything can always be adjusted if I see fit.
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  14. Day 8: The Start of Brutal


    TRAINING

    HIIT Cardio:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 4 x 20 sec effort/40 sec recovery
    c. 4 min jogging
    d. 4 x 20 sec effort/40 sec recovery
    e. 4 min jogging

    Stretch 10 min.

    Gym - Full-Body (30 sec recovery between alternate sets):
    Alternate Set A -
    1. BB Good Mornings 8 x 12
    2. Side-to-side Plyometric Bench Jumps 8 x 24
    Alternate Set B -
    3. Push-Ups (feet on bench, hands on DB) 8 x 10
    4. BB Bent Over Rows 8 x 10
    Alternate Set C -
    5. DB Hammer Raises 8 x 10
    6. DB Lateral Raises 8 x 10
    Alternate Set D -
    7. Dips 8 x 10
    8. DB Bicep Curls 8 x 10-12
    Alternate Set E -
    9. Rope Crunch 8 x 10
    10. Hanging Straight-Leg Raises (hips to 90 degree flexion) 8 x 10

    Post-Weights Cardio - Stepper:
    20 min @ 11 floors/min

    Stretch 10 min.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: Waking ~3 hours after going to sleep.

    Mood/Aggression: Up and down. Someone mentioned in the gym that "you don't look very happy to be training", and my reply was, "I've been here a long time". Definitely was NOT a happy woman during training, and I am resigning myself to this fate for the next five weeks.

    Energy: It was reasonable, but not out of this world.

    Mental Focus and Clarity: Fine.

    Stress: HIGH. I am going to have to make a real effort over the next five weeks to really try and decrease this, and stop taking on more than I should.

    Immune System: Fine.

    Libido: Sometimes enough is never enough even when it is enough!

    Joints: Lateral left ankle was aching from the start of my training, and by the end, my left wrist was throbbing as well.

    Endurance: Excellent.

    Strength: I'm NOT going to be focusing on strength until these five weeks are up.

    Pump: Minimal - certainly nowhere near as good as this session last time.

    Vascularity: Hints of some blue lines - but that was only during the cardio aspects of my training; during resistance training I was lucky to see a few knots towards the end of the session.

    Quality of Training: HIIT was HARD. For some reason my body was shattered after a few efforts . . . Resistance training was fine. Just under two hours - it's only day ONE of this, and already I can't wait for it to be over and done with! . . . Post-Weights Cardio was an effort. I'll be glad when I can stop doing this as well - even though I feel like I'm being bad if I DON'T do this after EVERY resistance session now . . .

    Recovery: We'll see tomorrow.

    Body Composition and Look: 9% bodyfat at 111.6 pounds. So, gained a little bodyfat - or it could just be that I am still holding some water from the last week. Either way, 9% bodyfat is my "starting point" for getting as lean as possible.

    Other Effects: I'm looking forward to the Triazole drying me out.

    Slin-Sane Notes: I have started dosing 1 cap of Slin-Sane first thing (changes reflected in post #1), and find this very effective.

    Eviscerate Smolder Notes: I have noticed that there is minimal to no water retention with this - unlike the original Eviscerate, which caused quite a lot of water retention for me.

    Other Notes: So far, all the NO products I have tried do NOT work for me. I used PlasmaJet only today, and got similar results to when I used Anadraulic Pump re less of a pump and vascularity than usual, etc. Tomorrow I am going to use GlycoCarn-GPLC only pre-training and see how that goes, and then on Wednesday stack PlasmaJet and GlycoCarn-GPLC to see what happens. On Wednesday I will be able to say for definite whether or not NO products are like Growth Hormone boosters for me and simply do NOT work with my body (except IGF-2 - which I use as a staple).
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  15. I was never to impressed with Plasma-Jet and honestly dont see a big pump from much of anything uless its Creatine. Weird really, but thats just me.

    Logs lookin good though Rosie
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by 3clipseGT View Post
    I was never to impressed with Plasma-Jet and honestly dont see a big pump from much of anything uless its Creatine. Weird really, but thats just me.

    Logs lookin good though Rosie
    I've never been a fan of NO products, but Sean suggested getting some GlycoCarn-GPLC for my competition to try and help bring out the vascularity, and since it didn't ship in time, the next best recommendation was PlasmaJet, so we got it. But, will give it another shot, and try the GlycoCarn-GPLC - if I don't end up using them, Sean will Yeah, I used to get a swell as pump and vascularity using NeoVar Recomped or Anadraulic State GT.

    Thanks, Josh.

    And for the record, re nutrition and training, this is going to not be so extreme every first week (this being the second week), so that my body gets SOME reprieve, and I may change my nutrition days around some, even though I set them up deliberately like that to match my training and carb depleting/loading, etc.
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  17. i am on triazole too at the moment..was chosen to log it on another forum. on day 9 and i can tell a very noticeable difference in strength and endurance. good product...so far

    how long are you're HIIT sessions generally?

  18. Glad to see that play time is over.
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by brownchoclit View Post
    i am on triazole too at the moment..was chosen to log it on another forum. on day 9 and i can tell a very noticeable difference in strength and endurance. good product...so far

    how long are you're HIIT sessions generally?
    I'm not really looking at Triazole in terms of strength or endurance - my strength I don't expect to improve over the next five weeks, and my endurance is always high - but more body composition.

    Re HIIT, if you actually read the timing of my training sessions and comments on training, you'll see how long they take.


    Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post
    Glad to see that play time is over.
    Oh, it's ALWAYS playtime. Training is the only 'fun' I get about at the moment (and even then, yes, it's twisted, Steve )
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  20. Talking


    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    Yes, most competitors do something ridiculous like this - and yes, I said it; I think it's ridiculous, and there is no "part of the science" that would ever make sense of this for me. And it's only "taxing" if one is training hard and intense - otherwise, it would be easy as for a sedentary or recreational activity individual. In saying that, this is what I did for my week-pre-competition (and yes, I managed it), and I saw reasonable results then, so I'm going to be doing this every other week (this week is the first of them) for the duration of six weeks (that started last week), preparing as if I WAS going to compete in November (but I am not). I want to see what difference it makes on my body. Besides, I'm getting older, and m y body does not act the way it used to, and what I used to do is not getting quite the same results, so I'm going to try something different - always try most things once; it can't hurt. So yes, very controversial - for me, at any rate, since I love food and usually eat whatever whenever. AND this is an outright CUT - something I have never done before (usually I just recomp perpetually), so that's different in itself for me. I want to be a lot leaner than I am, and I don't mind going to extreme to do it. We'll see how it goes - remember that anything and everything can always be adjusted if I see fit.
    Well Rosie. . .I wish you the best of luck and Its a good thing that you have a plethra of supplements to help keep your energy up. . .As you have stated above that this diet is used for competition and you will not be and also that this diet is managable if your not training hard. Well since you train hard and you have competed i find it very interesting that you have gone this route. I know that you will make the changes as you see fit and I do wish you the best of luck. I personally do not agree with this styling of a diet due to your rigorous training schedule and sleep schedule but i'm only one person of many! I hope you don't think I'm bashing your regimen with the intent to cause a scene. . . . more curious than anything. You knowledge speaks for itself and again I will be following along. As age begins to set in the techniques of dispelling fat deposits will become more complex. As a Natural Bodybuilder that does not use legitimet GH carbohydrates are essential. To take that away for extended periods of time is not beneficial IMO but again. Great log and keep on kickin butt
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by Aaelael View Post
    Well Rosie. . .I wish you the best of luck and Its a good thing that you have a plethra of supplements to help keep your energy up. . .As you have stated above that this diet is used for competition and you will not be and also that this diet is managable if your not training hard. Well since you train hard and you have competed i find it very interesting that you have gone this route. I know that you will make the changes as you see fit and I do wish you the best of luck. I personally do not agree with this styling of a diet due to your rigorous training schedule and sleep schedule but i'm only one person of many! I hope you don't think I'm bashing your regimen with the intent to cause a scene. . . . more curious than anything. You knowledge speaks for itself and again I will be following along. As age begins to set in the techniques of dispelling fat deposits will become more complex. As a Natural Bodybuilder that does not use legitimet GH carbohydrates are essential. To take that away for extended periods of time is not beneficial IMO but again. Great log and keep on kickin butt
    I understand your concern and I know where you are coming from - I myself say this to those contemplating this route, because I definitely do NOT recommend it. I am not using my supplements for energy, per se, but they help in waking me up - especially the BLACK CATS. My body is used to being abused - this is no different.

    Besides, there is no reason why I cannot do what I will with my body. Yes, I train hard. Yes, I don't diet. Yes, I competed once - and the week before my competition I followed this training regime and diet and I was fine. There is a first time for everything, and this is my first. Trust me, by the end of five weeks I will be glad to go back to eating my normal unlimited carbohydrates and ~4,300 calories daily, but for now I am DISCIPLINING myself - it NEEDS to be done!
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  22. LOL she will be fine, all our competitors here train hard depleted from carbs on diet. Now my only concern would be that the 2 hr sessions are going to spike cortisol big time and tax your CNS. Stress belly from the cortisol is a possibility.

    But as far as training hard on diet, I don't know anyone thats died from it yet!

  23. Quote Originally Posted by crader View Post
    LOL she will be fine, all our competitors here train hard depleted from carbs on diet. Now my only concern would be that the 2 hr sessions are going to spike cortisol big time and tax your CNS. Stress belly from the cortisol is a possibility.

    But as far as training hard on diet, I don't know anyone thats died from it yet!
    The Eviscerate Smolder will keep cortisol gut at bay.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by crader View Post
    LOL she will be fine, all our competitors here train hard depleted from carbs on diet. Now my only concern would be that the 2 hr sessions are going to spike cortisol big time and tax your CNS. Stress belly from the cortisol is a possibility.

    But as far as training hard on diet, I don't know anyone thats died from it yet!
    Stress (not just from training) and cortisol are probably my biggest issues - Sean has also mentioned this, so I am going to have to try and DEcrease my stress, or make it as manageable as possible. Matt notes that,
    Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    The Eviscerate Smolder will keep cortisol gut at bay.
    and some of the other products I am using will also help with this, so finger crossed, I should be ok.
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  25. Day 9: Double HIT


    TRAINING

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

    HIT - V-Burn Challenge Circuit:
    2 x rounds (no recovery between exercises; 1 minute recovery between rounds) -
    1. Jumping Split Squat x 10 per leg
    2. Hand Walkout (from toes) x 10
    3. Single-Leg Deadlift (with twist and lateral reach) x 10 per side
    4. Push-Up (with alternate side rotation) x 10
    5. Jumping Jacks x 10
    6. Side Lunges (with over head reach) x 10 per side
    7. Handstand Push-Up x 10
    8. Squat Thrust (jump and reach) x 10

    Stretch 20 min.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: The 'first' day of training was tough - I slept for EIGHT hours!

    Mood/Aggression: Mostly up, with some HIGHLY aggressive sections.

    Energy: I have been a non-stop, running Energizer Bunny since I got up.

    Mental Focus and Clarity: Top of the line.

    Stress: High. And I am highly pissed off as well.

    Libido: The body wants it.

    Endurance: Excellent.

    Pump: None.

    Vascularity: Only after my carbohydrate meals.

    Quality of Training: HIT was GREAT!

    Recovery: Feeling it when I was finally able to stop and breath a little - six hours after my night shift started.

    Body Composition and Look: Midsection looks great in the bathroom mirror - not as good in the gym, though. It must be the lighting, because my arms look better and way harder and defined in the gym mirrors than at home.

    Other Effects: A couple of blemishes have appeared - nothing Flawless: IDRT and Eviscerate can't take care of.

    Eviscerate Smolder Notes: When I get warm or hot, I can feel that smolder - otherwise, nothing, which is GREAT.

    Other Notes: I woke late today - so late meant that I would not have time to do today's training and be back home in time to head to my night work, so I did Saturday's session instead (and Saturday's nutrition), and will do today's training tomorrow and go from there . . . Although no resistance training today, I used GlycoCarn-GPLC. Nothing. Pump and vascularity were zilch. It seems that using NO products has the OPPOSITE than intended effect on me, and I don't even get the usual decent pump and vascularity that I would get withOUT them. Interesting . . . Also, finally got my Primordial products, so started EndoAmp Max and Organic Vitaberry today (changes reflected in post #1) . . . AND this is the longest I have been without using a creatine product in seven years, and after this week, my muscle creatine threshold levels will be back at baseline, when I start CreaPure (since it didn't arrive yet) . . .
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