This cut sponsored by iForce: Vrob reduces with Dexaprine and T-33

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  1. This cut sponsored by iForce: Vrob reduces with Dexaprine and T-33




    I be logging the new iForce fat burner, Dexaprine (stacked with T-33).

    Log goal:
    Right now, I’m 275lbs with a 28% body fat (not as bad as it sounds- I hide it well- balanced on abdomen, back, butt, thighs). I want to cut down to about 260lbs, with the majority being fat loss. Using a rough figure of 3lbs equaling 1% of my body weight, 15 pounds would be about 5% (very rough math). So here is the goal- 260lbs and 23%.

    I’m honestly new to the whole ’cutting’ thing. But I think 2lbs a week is attainable for fat loss. I expect to take about 2 months to hit my target. Now- iForce provided a month supply of T-33 and Dexaprine. I hit their IronForce member’s pre-sale and bought 2 bottles of Dexaprine, so I can continue this longer than the sponsored log portion.

    Starting figures:
    Body fat- 28% measured post workout 4/30 (standard gym handheld: Amazon.com: Omron HBF-306C Fat Loss Monitor, Black: Health & Personal Care )
    Weight- measured nekkid at home: 276lbs

    Diet:
    Not counting macros, I ain’t that dedicated. But I know the basics of dieting and what to eat, and when.
    No soda, no fast food, no alcohol (possible cheats for going out).
    Lots of protein. Aside from postWO complex carbs like oatmeal and wholegrain bread.

    Training:
    Gym time is based on my work schedule. I work nights, 4 on and 4 off, or sometimes 5 on 3 off. I alternate lifting and cardio, aiming for 2 HIIT and 2 LISS days, and 2 heavy and 2 light lifting days. Because life gets in the way, and sometimes I just need more sleep, I usually miss 1 of those days out of 4.

    Other supps:
    Other than the logged T33 and Dexaprine, I’ll be using mainly basics:
    Orange Triad, fish oil, LitUP as lifting pre, lots of protein, glutamine, BCAA drinks, CL Greens, other assorted vitamins and anti-oxes, and a sleep aid. Stims will be Dexaprine and Thermogum when I need a little hit.
    Slowly cycling off creatine. So weight might drop a little faster than initial body fat.

    I'll start this Sunday with cardio.

    Thanks to iForce and KingJameskjf and VaughnT.

  2. HIIT cardio


    Cardio day.
    1 Dexaprine tablet and 1 T33 cap before the gym. GREAT energy. I really like the feeling so far.
    10 minutes warm up on treadmill.
    20 minutes HIIT on the elliptical with 7 40-second sprints.
    Couple sets of calf raises.
    10 minutes back on the treadmill to cool down.
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  3. 20 minutes of HITT is alot; I'm dead after 7 on the treadmill sprinting haha.

    Good start so far though. Just curious I read where you posted your work schedule. What kind of work do you do if you don't mind me asking, that is an interesting schedule.

    Mike
    Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Representative

  4. Subbed!!!

    And in for NO Alcohol

    You better dry out before September because I have a feeling our livers will be hating us after that weekend.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by fitcopforlife View Post
    Subbed!!!

    And in for NO Alcohol

    You better dry out before September because I have a feeling our livers will be hating us after that weekend.
    TBH I prob won't go dry this whole time. Cinqo de Mayo is a good drinking holiday, and I'll prob be at a sports bar for the Mosley fight Saturday.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by criticalbench View Post
    Just curious I read where you posted your work schedule. What kind of work do you do if you don't mind me asking, that is an interesting schedule.

    Mike
    No worries. I work a a large trucking company, in the office as a Driver Manager. Sort of a combo dispatcher and CSR. Its usually 4 hectic hours and 7 hours of chill. An lunch.
    Its a 24 hour operation, of course. In the industry the 4 on/4 off is typical. Its the most balanced way to ensure even coverage with 2 teams. The 4 days off absolutely rules, I will admit.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by velocityrob View Post
    TBH I prob won't go dry this whole time. Cinqo de Mayo is a good drinking holiday, and I'll prob be at a sports bar for the Mosley fight Saturday.
    Don't blame you a bit, I usually find away to fit in some extra cold ones in myself.

  8. Monday I went to the gym, did cardio and a light weight back routine, mainly pulldowns.
    Tuesday I didn't have time to drive the gym for cardio, so I did a little crosstraining in my back yard- an 8lb sledge and an old pick up tire make a nice pair.


    This is exhausting stuff- I can only handle a few minutes before I need to rest. It hits a lot of muscle: traps, forearms, core and especially lower back.

    Yesterday was my last regular day of work. I will go in Friday for a few hours, but my next full night is Sunday. On my weekend I can really get in some good training, since I have more time. Today will be a heavier-weight push routine.

  9. Cardio today- 45 minutes total and a small bit of core and RC work. Powered up by Dexaprine- Man, its good for cardio.

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    iForce Nutrition Online Representative Manager
    iTrain. iCompete. iDominate…iForce!
    www.iforcenutrition.com

  11. Looking good in here so far Rob. Looks like you got things covered and underway. Am I going to even recognize you at the O this year!?
    Serious Nutrition Solutions rep

  12. Quote Originally Posted by baldwanus View Post
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    Whoop!

    Quote Originally Posted by kingjameskjf View Post
    Looking good in here so far Rob. Looks like you got things covered and underway. Am I going to even recognize you at the O this year!?

    Unless Kristina comes through with that bottle of Just For Men we joke about, you'll have no problem picking me out of the crowd.

  13. This last week ended up being a little busier than I expected. I didn't get in as much gym time as I wanted, and the diet was waaaay off. I think any weight loss this week will be muscle atrophy, dammit. At least now I have better motivation for next week.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by velocityrob View Post
    This last week ended up being a little busier than I expected. I didn't get in as much gym time as I wanted, and the diet was waaaay off. I think any weight loss this week will be muscle atrophy, dammit. At least now I have better motivation for next week.
    just keep swinging that sledge

    my buddy does jiu jitsu training, and the sledge/tire combo is something they use for their "circuits"...........he convinced me to try it one day in his back yard..........it takes A LOT out of you
    iForce Nutrition Online Representative Manager
    iTrain. iCompete. iDominate…iForce!
    www.iforcenutrition.com

  15. Quote Originally Posted by baldwanus View Post
    just keep swinging that sledge

    my buddy does jiu jitsu training, and the sledge/tire combo is something they use for their "circuits"...........he convinced me to try it one day in his back yard..........it takes A LOT out of you
    Its in my back pocket (back yard, actually. Ha!) to use as needed. The intent is to sledge when I'm short on time. That will probably happen twice a week, or so.

  16. Busy day today.
    I did cardio this AM- 25 minutes on the bike and 15 more on the treadmill (slow but steep). HR averaged 130BPM....right in my fat burning zone.
    And, went back 11 hours later for a short back session.
    Oh, boy. First time I'd deadlifted in a few weeks. 315lbs felt like a ton. Just for fun I did bent over DB rows, they sucked too. Wrapped with seated cable rows.

    I'm ready for this week to end.

  17. yeah, I've come to hate deads no matter how good they are! Improvising with what you got is still getting work done, even in your own backyard.
    Serious Nutrition Solutions rep

  18. love the idea of the sledge.

  19. Craaaap.
    Sunday was my first day back to work. I got up early and planned a gym trip for chest and shoulders. Buuuut the GF had other plans, we needed to drive across town to visit a friend of ours. This was the first of the days 2.5 Dexaprines.

    And once at work, I find we have mandatory training before our shift Monday. So I have only 10 hours off leading into a 14 hour shift later today. Seems like a perfect time for my SledgeHammer quickie workout.

    More to follow later.

    Dexaprine update: Still working great. Excellent energy. Decent focus, good appetite control. Unofficial weigh in- I'm down 3lbs since last week. Excellent.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by kingjameskjf View Post
    yeah, I've come to hate deads no matter how good they are! Improvising with what you got is still getting work done, even in your own backyard.
    After DB bench, I'd say deads are my favorite exercise. They are so damn hard but I get a lot out of them: super functional, good for grip and back/traps, and...I like to be able to use some weight. I mean- even a badass only uses 35lbs for a DB lateral raise. I much prefer loading up a few 45s on a bar.

    Quote Originally Posted by mich29 View Post
    love the idea of the sledge.
    If you have the room, its great and cheap- an 8lb sledge is like $20 at Lowes. And the tire was free- just ask the guy at the tire shop nicely.

  21. Life gets busy as hell sometimes, the sledge looks to be an effective and quick workout though.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by velocityrob View Post
    After DB bench, I'd say deads are my favorite exercise. They are so damn hard but I get a lot out of them: super functional, good for grip and back/traps, and...I like to be able to use some weight. I mean- even a badass only uses 35lbs for a DB lateral raise. I much prefer loading up a few 45s on a bar.
    ...
    Very true, I would never question the effectiveness of deads......but I still hate them!
    Serious Nutrition Solutions rep

  23. Quote Originally Posted by kingjameskjf View Post
    Very true, I would never question the effectiveness of deads......but I still hate them!
    rack pulls ftw
    iForce Nutrition Online Representative Manager
    iTrain. iCompete. iDominate…iForce!
    www.iforcenutrition.com

  24. Multiples update.
    Time was short Monday so it was a sledge and tire session again. Every time, I'm reminded how hard this is, and how really bad I am it. My soft office-worker's body is not built for hard labor.

    Tuesday was a traditional pull workout. Seeing some good progress here. I went about 100lbs heavier on SL deads than last week and it felt good.
    Variations of pulldowns went about the same weights and reps as last week.

    Dexaprine and T33 keep doing their thing. Great energy levels, good mood and appetite control.
  25. Wednesday cardio


    1 Dexaprine and I was off to the gym.
    20 minutes of LISS cardio (bike, rolling terrain) followed by core and RC exercises. Back on the bike for another 20 of the same. Not sure why, but the second round felt a lot harder. I worked harder to maintain the same HR- around 135.

    Not much else to report. Today is the end of my normal work week, but I will be working some OT this weekend. I think Dexaprine will be most helpful.
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