Genomyx H.E.A.T.s up the Female Terminator with DCP to Smolder for Competition

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  1. hello, miss lady.

    better late than never?
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    Mike ~ R/D


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Smitty77 View Post
    hello, miss lady.

    better late than never?
    Hello sir

    True dat
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  3. Day 16: Recovery Day


    QUOTE OF THE DAY

    "Past is past, you need to pay attention to your present because your future depends on it." - Darrell Hamby


    MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY

    Janus - Say It




    TRAINING

    This week's day OFF - going to focus my attention on WORK today.

    This week is going to be like last week, starting the "Training" week on Tuesday.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: Another ~8 hours. Interesting.

    Mood/Aggression: Calm and collected.

    Energy: Lots of nervous energy that I might take out later with something (not sure what yet) - would be a good day for training, actually . . .

    Mental Focus and Clarity: Today is all about work.

    Stress: Working through things helps take my mind off this.

    Libido: Attention elsewhere today - maybe later.

    Joints: The reason I allowed myself to make today my day off this week is because my right wrist is in constant sharp pain (usually I only feel this pain when I am lifting heavy and pushing myself more than I should) - let it recover a little before Shoulders tomorrow (since Shoulders' day takes the biggest toll on my wrists).

    Recovery: Aside from my wrists, I feel fully rested.

    Other Notes: Since the Cranberry Splash flavoured Maximum Absorbed Protein did not cause any unpleasant effects for me re stomach yesterday, I decided to use the Tropical Mango flavour instead of my BC+EAA this morning. It had a strong mango taste (using REAL [freeze-dried] fruit makes a HUGE difference re flavour), and was light like BCAAs re texture as the Cranberry Splash was. Definitely liking Maximum Absorbed Protein, especially since I do not experience any unpleasantness like I do with other protein powders, and when I run out of BC+EAA, I will replace them with Maximum Absorbed Protein . . . Shred Matrix arrived later today (changes reflected in post #1). SO happy to have that back again (as happy as I was to see Erase!) Going to be GOOD times! . . .


    Competition Notes: I am going to wait until I am back below 10% bodyfat before starting posing practice.


    FIT TIP OF THE DAY

    If you're just starting out training, then you do not need any supplements but the Basic Staples (creatine, multivitamin, good fats, protein, and BCAAs). Until you have built up a solid training base, you don't need anything else - NUTRITION AND TRAINING are what are going to get you results!
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  4. Sorry I'm late!

    Subbed now!

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Thuirwyne View Post
    Sorry I'm late!

    Subbed now!
    No worries
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  6. Day 17: And my body keeps changing . . .


    QUOTE OF THE DAY

    "Don't feed the negative habits. Eradicate them! We need to BREAK THROUGH old patterns and replace them with new POSITIVE, EMPOWERING habits. Create new challenges, set new standards for yourself. Live Life Well!!" - Nicole Acker


    MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY

    Sevendust - Redefine



    Awesome movie - one of (if not THE) Jet Li's best! One of my favourite actors, he can act volumes with his eyes alone - truly one of the greats!


    TRAINING

    HIIT Cardio:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 8 x 20 sec sprint/40 sec rest
    c. 4 min jogging

    Stretch 10 min.

    Shoulders (1 min recovery between supersets/trisets):
    Superset A -
    1. Behind-the-neck Military Press 4 x 12, 10, 8, 6
    2. Single-Arm DB Lateral Raises 4 x 12, 10, 8, 6 per arm
    Superset B -
    3. BB Military Press 4 x 12
    4. DB Hammer Raises 4 x 6
    Triset -
    5. DB Clean and Press 2 x 12
    6. DB Lateral Raises 2 x 12
    7. Seated DB Rear Raises 2 x 12
    Superset C (no recovery between supersets) -
    8. Rope Crunches 2 x 15
    9. Plank 2 x 1 min

    Post-Weights Cardio - Stepper:
    20 min @ 12 floors/min

    Stretch 10 min.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: All the extra sleep I have had the last couple of days must have 'filled' me up, LOL - I was still bright, bubbly, and wide-eyed when I should have been passed out cold. Ended up falling asleep for ~2 hours, perky and ready for the day.

    Mood/Aggression: Good - gathering myself for the day.

    Energy: Should have used that nervous energy yesterday, LOL. Energy today is great too - more focused, though.

    Mental Focus and Clarity: Training is done, so now it's time to settle into some work.

    Stress: Elevated.

    Libido: When my stress levels get above a certain level, I have no interest in this - otherwise, no worries.

    Joints: My right wrist had sharp pains yesterday. This morning, just lying in bed (yes, watching episodes of Basilisk, as I tried to fall asleep), my left wrist started twinging sharply, and this has continued throughout the day, with it feeling like it did not long after I got my cast off it during Post-Weights Cardio. Definitely hope the Erase starts working its magic by the end of the week!

    Endurance: Great.

    Strength: Same weights for the most part as last week, but for more reps, so improvement.

    Pump: Strong.

    Vascularity: Getting to be pretty good - in fact, got told the other day that I'm starting to get "double" veins through my chest and deltoids appearing that I've never had before.

    Quality of Training: HIIT was not like last week. Whilst my sprints re time covered about the same distance each time, I could feel myself faltering on the last two efforts, and between them my heart was pounding so fast it felt like it was going to burst right through my chest! . . . Resistance training was good. Gritting my teeth and pushing through any wrist pain . . . Post-Weights Cardio was an effort for the last few minutes with my wrist pain, and right foot also felt weird . . .

    Recovery: E****lent!

    Appetite: Being out of control is NOT an option!

    Body Composition and Look: Even after only 1-2 days of being back on Erase and Shred Matrix I can already feel and see the difference!

    Other Effects: Definitely sensitive to Beta-Alanine when not using Rhodiola Rosea, feeling the tingles ~10 minutes after dosing Assault, lasting until I start training . . . Also, have almost a month off stimulants seems to have made me slightly sensitive to starting back on them again (re Shred Matrix stacked with Alpha-T2), which is very interesting - and GOOD (I don't consider either Alpha-T2 or Shred Matrix to be strong stimulants, but if being sensitive to them makes them more effective, then I don't mind) . . .


    FIT TIP OF THE DAY

    You cannot follow a generic exercise plan and hope that it gets results. Whilst there are general principles that everyone should follow re training, the BEST way to get results is to have a training programme designed specifically for YOU, individualized based on not just your goals (i.e. fat loss, fitness, muscle gain, recomp, etc.), but your NEEDS (i.e. flexibility, injuries, muscle imbalances, weaknesses, etc.) as well.
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  7. Found ya... Not that you are hard to find, just look for the crowd.

    Keep doing it up right and nail that competition and get that card!

  8. Quote Originally Posted by EMARTIN View Post
    Found ya... Not that you are hard to find, just look for the crowd.

    Keep doing it up right and nail that competition and get that card!
    Hey, Eric

    That's the plan!
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  9. Original post = 1/13/11

    Contest = 13 weeks out

    The Arnold weekend (numerous competitions) in Columbus, Ohio = March 4-6

    Conclusion = not Rosie's competition.

    Darn!

  10. Quote Originally Posted by DGA3 View Post
    Original post = 1/13/11

    Contest = 13 weeks out

    The Arnold weekend (numerous competitions) in Columbus, Ohio = March 4-6

    Conclusion = not Rosie's competition.

    Darn!
    Nope, not my competition . . . I'm probably not going to make it to the Arnold this year . . .
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  11. Day 18: Life Audit in Progress...


    QUOTE OF THE DAY

    "Sometimes you need to face adversity in order to become successful. In fact, adversity can be the very spark that fuels your drive into a new direction - a GPS system that guides you to success." - David Young


    MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY

    Saliva - Rest in Pieces




    TRAINING

    Cardio - Rollers:
    20 min in 39x17 @ 110 rpm

    Stretch 10 min.

    Arms (1 min recovery between supersets/trisets):
    Superset A -
    1. Close-Grip Pull-Ups 4 x 16, 12, 12, 10
    2. EZ-Bar Biceps Curls 4 x 12
    Superset B -
    3. Dips 4 x 6
    4. DB French Press (standing) 4 x 6
    Triset -
    5. Cable Bicep Curls 2 x 12
    6. Alternate Hammer Curls 2 x 12 per side
    7. Straight-Bar Tricep Push-Downs 2 x 12
    Superset C (no recovery between supersets) -
    8. Rope Crunches 2 x 15
    9. Side Plank 2 x 1 min

    Stretch 12 min.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~5 hours.

    Mood/Aggression: My head is in a good place - today is the start of an intense few days.

    Energy: Definitely had energy - going to get back out in the snow later for more shoveling.

    Mental Focus and Clarity: I couldn't be more focused. I've decided to do a Life Audit, a spring cleaning of my life, starting from the inside out, clearing up the clutter and getting rid of anything that does not have value or a purpose in my life, is not in line with my career objective and/or goals, and that may have a negative influence on my mental, psychological, or physical health and well-being!

    Stress: High.

    Endurance: Awesome.

    Strength: Consistent progress.

    Pump: Always strong on Arms' day.

    Vascularity: As well as the veins coming out through chest and deltoids, there are blue lines (like on my legs) running down the side of my torso.

    Quality of Training: Rollers was good . . . Resistance training was intense. Added some abwork in at the end . . . Didn't need to do post-weights cardio - the snow-shoveling for 45 minutes after my last stretching session was enough to double as post-weights cardio . . .

    Recovery: Feeling my body moaning when I woke up, but it feels fine now.

    Other Notes: The snow and blizzards have been bad everywhere in the US, so it seems. After training I went out and did some shoveling. Only did about half of it, because most of the snow drifts were up to my waist, and it was slow work. Did enough so that people can walk up to and around the house, though, and it's like walking along a narrow path surrounded by white walls, LOL.


    FIT TIP OF THE DAY

    A Life Audit can help you gain perspective on your life, on what is important to you and what is not, what is essential and you can do without and what. If your health and fitness is important to you - and it should be - then it will become clear what you have to do to improve and get where you desire.
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  12. Day 19: RESOLVE


    QUOTE OF THE DAY

    "Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan "press on" has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race." - Calvin Coolidge


    MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY

    Hatebreed - Hollow Ground




    TRAINING

    HIIT Cardio:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 9 x 20 sec sprint/40 sec rest
    c. 4 min jogging

    Stretch 20 min.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~5 hours. I also passed out early evening yesterday for ~30 minutes.

    Mood/Aggression: Looking ahead.

    Energy: I have energy, but my back has pain - it is inflamed and I'm being smart about training today and letting it recover.

    Mental Focus and Clarity: A couple more things left to do today . . . And then it's time to try and relax (I say "try", because there is no guarantee that my mind will turn off) - I'm going to do this every night before going to bed, whether I watch a movie, read, or just chill out listening to music; something to try and get my stress levels down some and better manage my constant need to be "doing" . . .

    Joints: My back has been killing me since the shoveling yesterday, and right now it is quite inflamed (although not all from the shoveling I am sure). I have had problems on and off since my back injury in 2004, and I will continue having them for the rest of my life (like I will with my wrist), so I have to learn how to manage them - rethinking the squats and deadlifts in my training programme, since these both aggravate it badly.

    Endurance: Good.

    Vascularity: Strong.

    Quality of Training: HIIT was a little harder today. Feeling the impact inferior to my knees, trying to ignore the pain in my back. As I was stretching I realized that my mind had already lost focus and that to continue on would be doing more damage than good, so am using this as my training day without weights (replacing the V-Burn Challenge Circuit).

    Recovery: Just my back (not from training).

    Appetite: My nutrition is one factor that is being scrutinized excessively during my Life Audit. Just because I have always gotten "away" with it means nothing anymore, and I have the resolve to ensure that my HEALTH takes #1 precedence re diet.

    Body Composition and Look: Despite the abundant amount of basmati rice I have been consuming (several times daily - so much that we got a 10kg bag of it, and that's not going to last long at all!), my body mass is slowly dropping as I lose any water weight that my body might be holding onto. Have also noticed top of my midsection, obliques, and hips tightening up - Erase and Shred Matrix make ALL the difference!

    Other Notes: Second day of my Life Audit. Everything is going well so far, and it's actually a RELIEF to be cutting some of the ties I have been holding onto!

    FIT TIP OF THE DAY

    Learn how to fish and don't just be fed. It's not enough to simply blindly do as your trainer (if you have one) tells you. Ask questions. Want to know WHY the trainer has you doing what they have you doing. Understand how it is specific to you, will help you achieve your goals, and fulfill your needs. Get INVOLVED mentally as well as physically!
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  13. Loving that quote above, brb printing it out

  14. Quote Originally Posted by gainweightnow View Post
    Loving that quote above, brb printing it out
    It's awesome, isn't it? If reading that doesn't light a fire under your ass, I don't know what will (aside from an actual fire, LOL)
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  15. I really hope your back doesn't give you more issues... those are the worst.

    your life Audit really has me thinking, id be afraid to Audit mine though..just kidding it be easy!

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Liftergym33 View Post
    I really hope your back doesn't give you more issues... those are the worst.

    your life Audit really has me thinking, id be afraid to Audit mine though..just kidding it be easy!
    My back is like my wrist - going to give me chronic issues and pain for the rest of my life, honestly, and I am just going to have to deal with it. Got to minimize things that aggravate it, though - to make me last longer.

    It's interesting - makes you really know what is important to you, and gives you a new perspective on yourself, especially if you have changed as dramatically as I have over the last few months, and realize things for what they are.
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  17. Day 20: Deloading for the rest of the week


    QUOTE OF THE DAY

    "If you think you are beaten, you are. If you think, you dare not, you don't. If you like to win but but think you can't, it's almost certain you won't. If you think you'll lose, you've lost. For out in the world we find success begins with a person's will. It's all in the state of mind. Life's battles don't always go to the strongest or the fastest sooner or later those who win are those who think they can." - Jacob William Cordtz


    MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY

    Five Finger Death Punch - Meet the Monster




    TRAINING

    Cardio - Rollers:
    20 min in 39x18 @ 104 rpm

    Stretch 20 min.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~5 hours.

    Mood/Aggression: Quite a lot pissed off, actually - working on calming myself down.

    Energy: I have energy - a lot of angry, aggressive energy. I am going to get out and shovel some more later - try and get rid of some of it.

    Stress: I am relieved, but not at the same time.

    Joints: Wrists and back are still giving me some issues, so decided to have an easy/deload week re training, sticking to only the two resistance training sessions I have already done, and doing six days re cardio, and hopefully Erase will be working its magic by Monday, and I can get back into the weights better than ever.

    Endurance: Fine.

    Quality of Training: See notes under "Joints" above.

    Other Notes: Received more Organic VitaBerry yesterday, so started up again today. And I have only another eight days of Gut Health left (supplement changes reflected in post #1) - I do believe that this is making a difference to me, since I have not had any stomach upset after eating since using it.

    Competition Notes: 10 weeks until competition.


    FIT TIP OF THE DAY

    BELIEVE in yourself: In your ambition, in your ability to achieve your objectives and goals, in being able to stay strong and letting mistakes go without going off the rails, in your determination and motivation, in commitment to doing this for YOU!
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  18. Hey Rosie. Did you get the DCP yet?

  19. Quote Originally Posted by GENOMYX View Post
    Hey Rosie. Did you get the DCP yet?
    Not yet, Armando - maybe the mailman will have a present for me tomorrow?
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  20. Day 21: The Mechanic


    QUOTE OF THE DAY

    "How do we inspire ourselves to greatness when nothing else will do? How do we inspire others around us?" - Nelson Mandela, Invictus


    MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY

    All That Remains - Aggressive Opposition




    TRAINING

    HIIT Cardio - Rollers:
    a. 4 min in 39x18 @ 112 rpm
    b. 8 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy in 39x18
    c. 4 min in 39x18 @ 96 rpm

    Cardio 21 min.

    Stretch 20 min.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~8 hours. Passed out during an episode Fringe.

    Mood/Aggression: Motivated.

    Mental Focus and Clarity: It's funny the mental curveballs life throws at you, the stuff you learn about the past, that, if you had known this then, would have changed your life in more ways that you can imagine . . . But, I'm going to try and give my mind the day off today after those revelations . . .

    Endurance: Fine.

    Vascularity: Swift to come out - and stay.

    Quality of Training: Good.

    Recovery: After training, I did some more shoveling - not that anything needed it, but because I wanted to make paths through the snow, LOL - and my back is paying for it now.

    Other Notes: The Life Audit is over - striding forward with a purpose!


    FIT TIP OF THE DAY

    Know and accept your weaknesses. Once you know your weaknesses, you can prepare yourself to fight against them, take measures to ensure your defeat of them when they present themselves. After all, the battle for your success is against yourself more than anything else.
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  21. Hey there, Rosie! Sorry I'm a bit late, but count me in for the rest of the ride.

    Incredibly detailed log you have going here, but after seeing some of your past reviews, I'm not surprised. I've got some reading to do

  22. Quote Originally Posted by TSV View Post
    Hey there, Rosie! Sorry I'm a bit late, but count me in for the rest of the ride.

    Incredibly detailed log you have going here, but after seeing some of your past reviews, I'm not surprised. I've got some reading to do
    Hi there. Your first post - I'm honoured

    It's not as detailed as what some of my previous logs have been, but you adapt when you've been doing them as long. I will do a Final Review at the end, if you miss anything throughout the log, and if you have any questions pertaining to this along the way, feel free to ask.
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  23. Day 22: Three weeks down


    QUOTE OF THE DAY

    "If you wait until you THINK you are ready, you may never know what you are capable of. But if you believe in yourself and P.U.S.H. forward towards your goals, the result could be better than you could have ever imagined. That is my reality." - Ben Booker


    MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY

    Fight Scene - Gorgeous



    Jackie Chan's (another of my favourite actors) debut movie - this is my favourite and one of my top movie fight scenes (beautiful choreography, with amazing skill displayed, and I love both boxing and martial arts), ever!


    TRAINING

    Cardio 20 min.

    Stretch 20 min.


    COMMENTS

    Mood/Aggression: I am here - that is all that matters.

    Energy: There.

    Endurance: Fine.

    Quality of Training: Good - an easy session today.

    Recovery: My back is ok after yesterday.

    Body Composition and Look: 119.4 pounds at 11.2% bodyfat. No change in body composition from last week - this is further indication that is is my TRAINING that primarily determines my progress and results, since my nutrition has been right this week!

    Other Notes: Received my DCP late yesterday, so started it today (changes reflected in post #1).


    FIT TIP OF THE DAY

    "Life is what it is. The control I have is very little. Tomorrow is a different day...and I will deal with it then...but today I choose to live in today...not yesterday and not tomorrow. Again, thank you Lord for sending me to that place to get to this one. Growth begins at failure. Believe…" - Ben Booker
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  24. woohoo, DCP time

  25. Quote Originally Posted by gainweightnow View Post
    woohoo, DCP time
    Sure is - it's been a long time coming
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  26. Awesome fight scene... Jackie Chan is incredibly athletic, even as he approaches 60. I have a ton of respect for him.
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  27. Quote Originally Posted by TSV View Post
    Awesome fight scene... Jackie Chan is incredibly athletic, even as he approaches 60. I have a ton of respect for him.
    I couldn't agree more
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  28. Day 23: Building My Support Network


    QUOTE OF THE DAY

    "We all have dreams. But in order to make our dreams come into reality, it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline, and effort. The person who makes a success of living is the one who sees his goal steadily and aims for it unswervingly. That is dedication." - Walt Ostarly


    MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY

    Three Days Grace - Life Starts Now




    TRAINING

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

    Stretch 10 min.

    Shoulders (1 min recovery between supersets/trisets):
    Superset A -
    1. Behind-the-neck Military Press 4 x 8-10
    2. Single-Arm DB Lateral Raises 4 x 8-10 per arm
    Superset B -
    3. BB Military Press 4 x 10
    4. DB Lateral Raises 4 x 10
    Triset -
    5. DB Clean and Press 2 x 10
    6. DB Hammer Raises 2 x 8
    7. Seated DB Rear Raises 2 x 10
    Superset C (no recovery between supersets) -
    8. Hanging Straight-Leg Raises (toes to touch bar above head) 2 x 10
    9. Plank 2 x 1 min

    Post-Weights Cardio 20 min.

    Stretch 16 min.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~5 hours.

    Mood/Aggression: The BEST today - huge smiles and thanks to Walt!

    Energy: I've been running around the house with excitement! Definitely have energy - although training efforts could suggest otherwise, LOL.

    Endurance: Good.

    Strength: Increasing the weights and making sure progress was made on all fronts from last week.

    Pump: In anterior delts.

    Vascularity: Stunning - now THIS is what I want for photoshoots and always!

    Quality of Training: Had to split my sprints into two sets this morning my body was that 'off'. Sprints were still done at 100%, and still covered the same distance each time, but between them I was suffering a lot more than usual. Did 20 minutes, though, and going to keep it at that from now on . . . Resistance training was fun, but not. Fun, because I went up in weights. Not, because my left anterior deltoid was in PAIN. But, pushed through . . . Post-Weights Cardio is going to have to become a regular occurrence after 4/5 resistance sessions from now on, for ~20 minutes . . .

    Appetite: Walt says that, "Doing a nutrition plan nearly right and doing it exactly right is usually the difference between success and failure." Whilst that may not be the case for everyone, and not for me to get into competition condition, it IS going to be more important than ever for my health and for me to get into the condition I want to be in!

    Other Notes: I have realized just how important this is, and I am building my support network: Sponsors, mentors, supporters, photographers, etc. I have been inspired, motivated, and encouraged by many individuals, and I am grateful to all of them for their belief in me.

    Competition Notes: ~8 weeks until competition - I am NOT counting the week pre-competition, because that is strictly for competition-specific preparation, and I should ALREADY be in competition shape 2-3 weeks out. I definitely want to win my Pro card in THIS competition, but it's not just about that, or doing better than last time anymore - there is a LOT riding on this competition in more ways than one!


    FIT TIP OF THE DAY

    High stress can lead to increased cortisol levels. Studies have shown a negative correlation between cortisol and total testosterone, with an increase in cortisol associated with a decrease in total testosterone, a combination that can make it difficult to optimize fat loss. Therefore, to maintain optimal cortisol and testosterone levels, managing stress levels becomes essential, and decreasing stress will in turn decrease the cortisol levels in your body, allowing you to lose fat more efficiently.
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  29. Day 24: The Next 8 Weeks


    QUOTE OF THE DAY

    "Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary." - Cecil Beaton


    MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY

    Rise Against - Survive




    TRAINING

    Cardio - Rollers:
    20 min in 39x18 @ 108-110 rpm

    Stretch 20 min.


    COMMENTS

    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~8 hours. Bit later falling asleep this morning, so got up later.

    Mood/Aggression: Moving FORWARD!

    Energy: Today is an 'easy' day (see changes to training under "Competition Notes").

    Mental Focus and Clarity: Going to be a few changes to my website over the coming months - starting them now.

    Endurance: Fine.

    Quality of Training: Just a recovery session on the rollers. My body has changed over the last few months, and noticing the difference when on the rollers.

    Appetite: There will be NO more slip-ups, no matter how minor, for the next eight weeks - this is for ME!

    Other Notes: My Eviscerate Smolder arrived today, making my competition stack complete - will be applying my first application of that tonight (changes reflected in post #1).

    Competition Notes: Recomping is being cut short a week, to allow me an extra week to get back into the condition I want to be in. Along with this adjustment is a quick change to my training schedule (changes reflected in post #1) - going back to more volume and slightly longer resistance sessions, making sure to get that post-weights cardio in. Some weeks I may also do Arms on Tuesday instead of Wednesday, but no biggie. All stops have been pulled out. It's time to get this - like I said yesterday, there is a LOT riding on this competition!


    FIT TIP OF THE DAY

    Eric Lizotte, an acquaintance of mine recently said that, "Working from reality is the way you get your desired results, not working from fantasy." He is right - whilst it is important to have a goal, it is ESSENTIAL that you work towards achieving that goal from where you are at NOW. For example, if you're 200 pounds and want to be 180 pounds, your nutrition plan should be for fat loss for a 200-pound individual, not an 180-pound individual; if you have never trained a day in your life and suddenly decide to run a marathon, you gradually build up your training and do not immediately start out on a training programme for an elite athlete; etc.
    Contact Me for INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING AND NUTRITION

    "Think like a Champion. Train like a Warrior. Live with a Purpose." - Rosie Chee

  30. Once again, congrats on the signing with Walt!, this is something you've wanted and now you have it! Whens the first shoot?
  

  
 

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