Anybody need an extra lung?
- 07-10-2011, 01:39 AM
Anybody need an extra lung?
Just wanna make a public shout out the MST crew for here in Australia.
Thanks to Matt and the gang for producing what is the best products i have used to date for training.
I would like to run a log for how Ultra v02 and the super lineup has changed my training.
STAPLES for every day to day living:
digestive enzymes (6 a day)
CLA ( 3 a day)
Fish Oil (9-12 a day)
Green Tea (3 a day)
ALCAR (1g 3x daily)
Shred Ultra ( 2 tabs 2 times a day
*about to purchase Stim free Rag (for my kettlebell workout days)
I began running and met-cons about 1.5 years ago and with a lot of success, i was able to shed a shat load of weight. Was weighing in at 110kg (220lbs) and with lots of running i have now made it to around 75-77kg (165-170lbs) depending on fluid intake.
I was/used to run at around 4:45-5mins a Km, probably due to stims i was using which screwed around with my oxygen uptake and became a vaso-constrictor, but for the past 3 months, i have used this line up of products along with Nutra's ALCAR and have never felt better. I have followed a grain-free, dairy free, legume free paleo diet for about 1 month of this and this has just cranked it up even more.
I am now pushing times at 3:18 a Km (running at 18km/h) for some time.
I have somewhat followed Matt's dosing protocol, but find it hard with time and timing it around my food intake (so Matt if you can help me out that would be awesome with advice-again, would be appreciated)
I will LOG my reviews up 5x's a week and a run down of what running im doing and what intensity etc etc so you get the full picture of how good this line up is. As title suggests, anybody need another lung?
I will start logging tomorrow.
how would i dose it with Rag Caff Free thrown in the line up as well? or how could i up/down size this to become an economical stack with money tightening up?
Once again, a big thank you to MST for their dedication to bringing the best supplements to the table and to my training!!!
Last edited by CJ_Xfit89; 07-10-2011 at 02:45 AM. Reason: missing parts
- 07-11-2011, 05:10 PM
C5 is not that time sensitive, as it's timed-release, and effects last long. I would do C5 2 hours pre-run and V02 45-60minutes before. CRE02 pre-workouts. There's no need for C5, V02, Cre02, AND Rag. I would just leave the Rag out, or switch between Cre02 and Rag.
- 07-11-2011, 05:42 PM
07-11-2011, 06:00 PM
Anybody have any idea when more v02 is in?waiting to place my order.
Would you use citruvol?
07-12-2011, 04:21 AM
So today my training was pretty easy:
its consisted of Met-Con running at a moderate tempo:
150-165bpm for 35 minutes.
clocked up 8.5km (5 and a bit mile) so thats 4:11/km
pretty cruised effort, but definitely had a lot in my lungs to pump hard.
i follow un measured unweighed paleo approach
about 100g kangaroo mince with about 2 cups of cut up veggies (capsicum,onion,tomato,baby spinach)
1 egg scrambled in the mince and veggies
3 baby cos lettuce leaves and 50g wild alaskan salmon
1 teaspoon coconut oil
3/4 free range chicken breast
3 cups mixed greens salad
1 teaspoon olive oil
50ml apple cider vinegar and fresh lemon
2 handfuls mixed nuts and seeds and goji berries and drizzle of coconut milk
2 tbspoon kangaroo mince with a few tablespoons of homemade tomato pasta sauce
wild caught salmon with lots of brocolli and a small sweet potato and avacado
HR zones are as follows:
zone 1 (base) 140-148bpm
zone 2 (fat burning and aerobic training) 149-160
zone 3 (aerobic-upper aerobic threshold) 160-170bpm
zone 4 (aerobic threshold) 171-182
zone 5 (AT to Anerobic) 183-190bpm
will follow up with results tomorrow but looking at about a 3:45 min/km pace
upbeat and enjoyable
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