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  1. Quote Originally Posted by GoHardOrGoHme View Post
    Yes Sir! Cant go wrong either way! If I was doing a BB style pre-contest prep I would be far more strict with this but Chocolate milk is also right in other goodies that will help recovery.
    Choc milk your evil I am drooling.
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  2. If you think Chocolate milk is tasty try this.


    Here is the link to my new log. Come on everyone let's see how much farther I can take this recomp using the Intermittent Fasting and FINAFLEX 1-ANDRO.

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  3. SUPER UPDATE!!


    So a lot has happened since my last update guys:

    1)Entered into a bet with my friends that in about 2 months i need to get down to ~7% BF
    2)Back day was poopy....mainly b/c stress at work
    3)Shoulder day wasnt bad
    4)Found the gym of my dreams where they will take me from beginner to expert...and where teenagers push as much OR MORE weight then myself due to their scientific and hardcore approach. This place smelled like rage and determination. I walked into a powerlifters paradise.
    5) Getting baptized under my Baptist church in 2 weeks so I am amped about that. Been a Christian my entire life, but this is the first titime I choose to become a member of a church.


    IF the gym accepts me(yes...you heard right, membership is earned not bought) I will no longer be following my routine but an intricate routine they lay out for me.
    DISCLAIMER: Anything that I post on this forum should not be taken as medical advice. Consult your doctor before starting new diets, supplements, training protocols, and/or if you have any concerns about your health.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by GoHardOrGoHme View Post
    SUPER UPDATE!!


    So a lot has happened since my last update guys:

    1)Entered into a bet with my friends that in about 2 months i need to get down to ~7% BF
    2)Back day was poopy....mainly b/c stress at work
    3)Shoulder day wasnt bad
    4)Found the gym of my dreams where they will take me from beginner to expert...and where teenagers push as much OR MORE weight then myself due to their scientific and hardcore approach. This place smelled like rage and determination. I walked into a powerlifters paradise.
    5) Getting baptized under my Baptist church in 2 weeks so I am amped about that. Been a Christian my entire life, but this is the first titime I choose to become a member of a church.


    IF the gym accepts me(yes...you heard right, membership is earned not bought) I will no longer be following my routine but an intricate routine they lay out for me.
    Wow that sounds awesome! IF they accept me... If they didn't they must be Elite beyond my wildest dreams.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
    Use Kleen10 for a 10% discount
    www.OrbitSupplements.com

  5. Quote Originally Posted by GoHardOrGoHme View Post
    SUPER UPDATE!!


    So a lot has happened since my last update guys:

    1)Entered into a bet with my friends that in about 2 months i need to get down to ~7% BF
    2)Back day was poopy....mainly b/c stress at work
    3)Shoulder day wasnt bad
    4)Found the gym of my dreams where they will take me from beginner to expert...and where teenagers push as much OR MORE weight then myself due to their scientific and hardcore approach. This place smelled like rage and determination. I walked into a powerlifters paradise.
    5) Getting baptized under my Baptist church in 2 weeks so I am amped about that. Been a Christian my entire life, but this is the first titime I choose to become a member of a church.


    IF the gym accepts me(yes...you heard right, membership is earned not bought) I will no longer be following my routine but an intricate routine they lay out for me.
    IF they don't accept you they are out of their minds.
    Ask me for samples of the new RecoverPRO and Maniac. 3Z is coming July 1st Facebook for more info and maybe a great deal on it coming.
    http://twitter.com/#!/TeamAISports
    http://www.facebook.com/AISportsNutrition

  6. Nice strength as always. Congrats on the Pr, Andres.

    That is some low calories 1.5k and your goal is the get ripped, whatever works for you. I am 220 so I sometimes forget that.
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  7. Well the 1500 is just for today, tomorrow the calories will increase for a more anabolic day.

    Andres, I don't know about you but I find that fasting longer on Burn days is so much easier and I really enjoy still having a pretty big and balanced meal in the evening. I mean it is 4:27 here and I haven't had anything to eat today other than the cream in my coffee and I feel E****LENT!!! Not hungry at all either. I will be around 6PM though. Watch Out! Of course slamming down 1000-1500 cals in one meal is alway nice too.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Wow that sounds awesome! IF they accept me... If they didn't they must be Elite beyond my wildest dreams.
    Well the gym is str8 out of my lifters wet dream! He asked me to come back. The next day I'll go there is Friday. And if that goes well starting next week I'll be lifting their 4 days a week.
    Quote Originally Posted by A_I_Sports_Nutrition View Post
    IF they don't accept you they are out of their minds.
    I wouldnt say that...I mean they are picky. So hopefully I can display something that the owner will be impressed with.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by John Smeton View Post
    Nice strength as always. Congrats on the Pr, Andres.

    That is some low calories 1.5k and your goal is the get ripped, whatever works for you. I am 220 so I sometimes forget that.
    1.5 calories is by no means an everyday event. Lift days I got to 2k and then non-lift days I'll drop down below 2K. Today will be a little over 1.7K but Im not lifting today either.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Well the 1500 is just for today, tomorrow the calories will increase for a more anabolic day.

    Andres, I don't know about you but I find that fasting longer on Burn days is so much easier and I really enjoy still having a pretty big and balanced meal in the evening. I mean it is 4:27 here and I haven't had anything to eat today other than the cream in my coffee and I feel E****LENT!!! Not hungry at all either. I will be around 6PM though. Watch Out! Of course slamming down 1000-1500 cals in one meal is alway nice too.
    Actually longer fasts on burn days speeds up weightloss for me. As far as hunger goes...i usually get hungry about 2 hours before my fast breaker. But being hungry doesnt bother me too much. It only bother me if Im hungry AFTER I work out. I hate being hungry after a lift.

    And believe it or not this weekend I did a test. I had 1 big meal and 2 small snacks with a feeding window of about 4-5 hours. The meal was huge and sloppy (Chinese Food). I woke up the next morning at 188. Didnt gain a pound and my muscle where full from the carbs.

    Weighing 186 today. Dropping weight like a rock in water!
    DISCLAIMER: Anything that I post on this forum should not be taken as medical advice. Consult your doctor before starting new diets, supplements, training protocols, and/or if you have any concerns about your health.
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  11. Yeah now you are starting to test some of the things I did. That was when I got more excited about what intermittent fasting may unlock for me.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by GoHardOrGoHme View Post
    Actually longer fasts on burn days speeds up weightloss for me. As far as hunger goes...i usually get hungry about 2 hours before my fast breaker. But being hungry doesnt bother me too much. It only bother me if Im hungry AFTER I work out. I hate being hungry after a lift.

    And believe it or not this weekend I did a test. I had 1 big meal and 2 small snacks with a feeding window of about 4-5 hours. The meal was huge and sloppy (Chinese Food). I woke up the next morning at 188. Didnt gain a pound and my muscle where full from the carbs.

    Weighing 186 today. Dropping weight like a rock in water!
    If I am any lower than I am currently I definitely extend my fasts, I do on the weekends anywway. I would rather not eat at all than to be hungry after I already ate...that's the key for me, if I eat I have to be satisfied...If I have to save the cals up or add some cardio I will...

  13. I definitely enjoy extending my fast compared to not doing so. Seems to be to about an average of 20 hours for me most days. Some days I don't extend it and some days it is 23 hours and I just eat one big meal.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
    Use Kleen10 for a 10% discount
    www.OrbitSupplements.com

  14. Quote Originally Posted by GoHardOrGoHme View Post
    Well the gym is str8 out of my lifters wet dream! He asked me to come back. The next day I'll go there is Friday. And if that goes well starting next week I'll be lifting their 4 days a week.

    I wouldnt say that...I mean they are picky. So hopefully I can display something that the owner will be impressed with.
    I have no doubt you will impress them.
    Ask me for samples of the new RecoverPRO and Maniac. 3Z is coming July 1st Facebook for more info and maybe a great deal on it coming.
    http://twitter.com/#!/TeamAISports
    http://www.facebook.com/AISportsNutrition

  15. Ha you would have to get a waiver to bring the likes of me in there. I would have to wear a pansy hat or something so they knew I wasn't to be taken seriously. LOL
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
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  16. Updates:

    Sorry that I havent been steady on the updates this week but let me catch you up.

    Yesterday I had my final for Forensics Pathology. Aced the class so that's another A on the transcript! Trying to find doctors to shadow so I can hopefully get a solid letter of recommendation from whoever I shadow. Applying to med school without one reduces my chances of getting in...and Im not going to lie I love shadowing and being the medical field so it's a bonus anyway you look at it.

    Tuesday was a I had a 1 meal day extremely low in carbs and high in protein and fat. The plan was to take that day and deplete myself of carbs

    Wednesday I had a hypercaloric day of:

    263 grams of protein
    140 grams of carbs.....about 50 grams of fiber
    90 gram of fat
    1 glycobol before each meal

    Reason was to push as much nurtients in a state of deficit as possible b/c I wanted to be ready for today's lift at the new gym,

    Today I will have a higher carb fast breaker before my lift and then reserve the rest of my calories for the 1-2 meals after my lift.

    Keep me in your prayers so that hopefully I can get a permanent invitation to stay at this gym.



    FYI:
    Raw Natural(tested) World Records: 181lbs
    Bench: 485
    Squat:601
    Deadlift:766
    Total: 1575

    These are going to be my lifts to beat within the next 1-2 years. Im close enough that with the proper training, diet, and rest I really feel I can break each record within a 2 years. But regardless these records WILL be broken. And once i break these records...it will be time to break even MORE records!!
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by GoHardOrGoHme View Post
    U
    FYI:
    Raw Natural(tested) World Records: 181lbs
    Bench: 485
    Squat:601
    Deadlift:766
    Total: 1575

    These are going to be my lifts to beat within the next 1-2 years. Im close enough that with the proper training, diet, and rest I really feel I can break each record within a 2 years. But regardless these records WILL be broken. And once i break these records...it will be time to break even MORE records!!
    Theyll be broke and I have absolute faith you can break them without using any hormonal stuff

    where are you now?
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  18. Glad to hear everything is okay
    RcB Since 09-06-2011 20:55 EST, Post 49

  19. Right now my best lifts are as follows:

    Bench: 405x2
    Squat: 565x3
    Deadlift: 525x1
    DISCLAIMER: Anything that I post on this forum should not be taken as medical advice. Consult your doctor before starting new diets, supplements, training protocols, and/or if you have any concerns about your health.

  20. Alright guys so here is an update!!!

    Training has been phenomenal!!! This is a whole new kind of beast. Im doing a Westside Barbell type routine. Next week I start bands!!

    So Monday was speed bench. 9 sets of 3
    Friday was max effort bench with reverse bands.
    Today was speed squat off the box....holy heck those are hard!! 9 sets of 2

    Today I hit 315x2 for 7 sets. Then I hit 275x2 for the last 2 sets. Man he is pointing out EVERY SINGLE weakness I have and boy do I have a lot of missing factors. He is truly showing me how much of a newbie i am! Been doin abs(heavy abs, none of the p90x pretty boy junk) EVERY LIFT!! And yeah my abs are really weak and its effecting my squat.

    Next week we stat a band cycle and he said this is where the madness begins! So im expecting some fun routines. This is exactly the kind of coaching I needed to take me to that elite level. Im shooting for in 2 years to be the worlds strongest man in my weight division. Then from there to be the worlds strongest man period! God has truly blessed me and I will not let my Lord and Savior down! To him be the glory and praise! LIGHT WEIGHT!
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  21. AND I HOPE EVERY FATHER OUT THERE FELT THE LOVE AND APPRECIATION OF THOSE HE RAISED!!!

    HAPPY BELATED FATHERS DAY!!!

    Today starts a band cycle. Sounds like fun!
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  22. Glad you decided to go all the way with the power lifting, cuz you definitely have a natural gift..

  23. Good stuff Andres, you will be barking up those records in no time with the new training and guidance.
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Glad you decided to go all the way with the power lifting, cuz you definitely have a natural gift..
    Im am hesistant to ever say I have a natural gift at anything. I am comfortable saying that my progress is in a large part due to the blessing of God. But beyond that I really don't feel as if I am special in any way. I think if anyone was there training the exact way I was, eating right, and so on I believe they could achieve similar goals is not more.

    But thank you DW.
    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Good stuff Andres, you will be barking up those records in no time with the new training and guidance.
    That is the goal!!
    DISCLAIMER: Anything that I post on this forum should not be taken as medical advice. Consult your doctor before starting new diets, supplements, training protocols, and/or if you have any concerns about your health.

  25. Quote Originally Posted by GoHardOrGoHme View Post
    Right now my best lifts are as follows:

    Bench: 405x2
    Squat: 565x3
    Deadlift: 525x1
    VERY IMPRESSIVE!!!
    Ask me for samples of the new RecoverPRO and Maniac. 3Z is coming July 1st Facebook for more info and maybe a great deal on it coming.
    http://twitter.com/#!/TeamAISports
    http://www.facebook.com/AISportsNutrition

  26. Quote Originally Posted by GoHardOrGoHme View Post
    Im am hesistant to ever say I have a natural gift at anything. I am comfortable saying that my progress is in a large part due to the blessing of God. But beyond that I really don't feel as if I am special in any way. I think if anyone was there training the exact way I was, eating right, and so on I believe they could achieve similar goals is not more.

    But thank you DW.

    That is the goal!!
    Well yah that's where natural gifts come from ....God...

  27. Quote Originally Posted by GoHardOrGoHme View Post
    Im am hesistant to ever say I have a natural gift at anything. I am comfortable saying that my progress is in a large part due to the blessing of God. But beyond that I really don't feel as if I am special in any way. I think if anyone was there training the exact way I was, eating right, and so on I believe they could achieve similar goals is not more.

    But thank you DW.

    That is the goal!!
    Alright you, you don't get to be Mr. Humble and Mr I am gonna break these records all in the same thread... Just accept it. You are not average nor are your lifts anywhere close to average for someone who works hard and eats well. You don't get to say things like if others worked as hard as I do, or what not because those are not truths. Being humble is a virtue but making light of natural ability in your effort to remain humble is not any more positive than being full of ones self.

    Now you can call it a gift from God or you can just call it coincidence, but your ligaments, and tendons are attached at points that give you superior leverages for lifting weight. That coupled with thick and strong connective tissue that can handle that type of lifting, and you are genetically superior to many in regards to your ability to lift heavy weights. Perhaps it is true that you don't work harder or eat any better than some of us. However we won't be putting up the weights you are.

    I have been lifting since I was 12 years old. I have NEVER put 405 on the bar for a bench press. NEVER in 26 years, even when younger and on a testosterone cycle NEVER put 405 on the bar for bench and you can do it twice in just what 3 years of lifting???? I don't even want to get into it on your squatting and deadlifting. I may be able to get my deadlift with yours some day but that squat is out of reach for me by a good 80-100 lbs. Once again, I have been pretty thick and considered pretty strong amongst some pretty strong individuals and I have not even approached any of your current bests in 26 years of lifting.

    Either way you shouldn't just make light of it, if you don't want to take credit for the gift then give that credit to God but give the credit somewhere.

    What about a mix of humility and reality.
    Thanks Guys, I work really hard at it but God is the one that multiplies my efforts...

    If not that something like this.
    "If you think that big lift was cool, you should see what I can do with the jaw-bone of an ass!!!!
    Live Hard, Laugh Hard, Love Hard and Heal Fast! - KLEEN
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  28. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Alright you, you don't get to be Mr. Humble and Mr I am gonna break these records all in the same thread... Just accept it. You are not average nor are your lifts anywhere close to average for someone who works hard and eats well. You don't get to say things like if others worked as hard as I do, or what not because those are not truths. Being humble is a virtue but making light of natural ability in your effort to remain humble is not any more positive than being full of ones self.

    Now you can call it a gift from God or you can just call it coincidence, but your ligaments, and tendons are attached at points that give you superior leverages for lifting weight. That coupled with thick and strong connective tissue that can handle that type of lifting, and you are genetically superior to many in regards to your ability to lift heavy weights. Perhaps it is true that you don't work harder or eat any better than some of us. However we won't be putting up the weights you are.

    I have been lifting since I was 12 years old. I have NEVER put 405 on the bar for a bench press. NEVER in 26 years, even when younger and on a testosterone cycle NEVER put 405 on the bar for bench and you can do it twice in just what 3 years of lifting???? I don't even want to get into it on your squatting and deadlifting. I may be able to get my deadlift with yours some day but that squat is out of reach for me by a good 80-100 lbs. Once again, I have been pretty thick and considered pretty strong amongst some pretty strong individuals and I have not even approached any of your current bests in 26 years of lifting.

    Either way you shouldn't just make light of it, if you don't want to take credit for the gift then give that credit to God but give the credit somewhere.

    What about a mix of humility and reality.
    Thanks Guys, I work really hard at it but God is the one that multiplies my efforts...

    If not that something like this.
    "If you think that big lift was cool, you should see what I can do with the jaw-bone of an ass!!!!
    Chris you make a good point and I truly feel if a person focuses on his strength at a young age_and gets no injuries They set the standard for being strong later..its programmed

    I in no way got as strong as Andres. I did get my goals as far as strong though and I was more focused on bodybuilding back then and knew I wanted to be a bodybuilder when I first started.

    Now a days I am more focused on keeping my joints happy and body feeling good and I am only 30.
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  29. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    Alright you, you don't get to be Mr. Humble and Mr I am gonna break these records all in the same thread... Just accept it. You are not average nor are your lifts anywhere close to average for someone who works hard and eats well. You don't get to say things like if others worked as hard as I do, or what not because those are not truths. Being humble is a virtue but making light of natural ability in your effort to remain humble is not any more positive than being full of ones self.

    Now you can call it a gift from God or you can just call it coincidence, but your ligaments, and tendons are attached at points that give you superior leverages for lifting weight. That coupled with thick and strong connective tissue that can handle that type of lifting, and you are genetically superior to many in regards to your ability to lift heavy weights. Perhaps it is true that you don't work harder or eat any better than some of us. However we won't be putting up the weights you are.

    I have been lifting since I was 12 years old. I have NEVER put 405 on the bar for a bench press. NEVER in 26 years, even when younger and on a testosterone cycle NEVER put 405 on the bar for bench and you can do it twice in just what 3 years of lifting???? I don't even want to get into it on your squatting and deadlifting. I may be able to get my deadlift with yours some day but that squat is out of reach for me by a good 80-100 lbs. Once again, I have been pretty thick and considered pretty strong amongst some pretty strong individuals and I have not even approached any of your current bests in 26 years of lifting.

    Either way you shouldn't just make light of it, if you don't want to take credit for the gift then give that credit to God but give the credit somewhere.

    What about a mix of humility and reality.
    Thanks Guys, I work really hard at it but God is the one that multiplies my efforts...

    If not that something like this.
    "If you think that big lift was cool, you should see what I can do with the jaw-bone of an ass!!!!

    Oh I want to argue this post but if i do Im just arguing out of my @ss. The reason why I have such a hard time considering myself gifted is because of all the struggles Ive gone though physically. From near death illnesses, to injuries which should have stopped my lifting career before it started, it's never been put into my head that I was gifted in anything. I just worked hard and got results. It's not till recently that people point out I may be gifted, but then for the 20+ years of blood, sweat, injuried, and countless hours in ridiculous self made routines( from karate, to judo, to wrestling, to lifting) I was just average.

    So you may be right. Maybe God did give me the joints, cartilage, connective tissue, etc etc to withstand the punishment. But again it's a tough pill for me to swallow and I would rather not think about it. Rather I like to think about the work that needs to be done to accomplish the goals set before me. Then I'll pick up the jaw bone of an ass and grin.
    Quote Originally Posted by John Smeton View Post
    Chris you make a good point and I truly feel if a person focuses on his strength at a young age_and gets no injuries They set the standard for being strong later..its programmed

    I in no way got as strong as Andres. I did get my goals as far as strong though and I was more focused on bodybuilding back then and knew I wanted to be a bodybuilder when I first started.

    Now a days I am more focused on keeping my joints happy and body feeling good and I am only 30.
    Well if it makes you feel any better...I have the ab strength of a little girl haha! Apparently all my strength is just pure brute strength with absolutely NO fine tuning. I have no idea how I can lift as much as I do with the amount of weaknesses being pointed out on a daily basis with this new gym.
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  30. Dynamic Upper Body:

    So yesterday was dynamic upper body. I had to stay down between 205-215 to stay at the speed I needed to be at to increase in strength. A little higher and I was too slow, a little lower and I was too fast.

    Man that was so humbling. Having to work out with weight so light I use to laugh at.

    After that did some accessory work and finished it all off with Abs and Obliques.
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