Getting ready for summer with USPLabs and PES!

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  1. Some 4 week comparisons:








    I think the most evident change is in my back!





    Lighting is a bit off. My changes don't come through as well on my crappy camera, but I hope enough is visible. I'm impressed at what these supplements were able to do without a change in diet.

    I'm looking for bigger changes in the next 4 weeks. As I get lower body fat, the changes become more evident!


  2. I'm just about the wrap up week 5 now (tomorrow). I'll grab my weight in the morning to compare.

    As previously mentioned, I dropped Erase Pro to EOD. My hands aren't as flaky, and my lips are no longer chapped. My libido seems to also have come roaring back.

    I left a summary of my progress so far in this thread: Carbonite Stack
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  3. Friday, April 20th:

    End of week 5. I weighed in at 224 lbs this morning. This means no change in weight this week, despite the fact that I ran out of Ezekial bread and didn't buy anymore, so that's a slight calorie drop. I still feel like I'm leaning out though. I'll try and grab my bodyfat at the gym today. It could've been a wash in that I gained slightly more muscle this week. I'd be happy about that.

    I haven't been getting much sleep this week. I'm tired as hell all day long the last couple of days. I'm hoping I can catch up a little over the weekend.

    Edit: 224 lbs and 17% bodyfat. Haven't moved in a week. Looks like I'll be figuring out where to cut some calories next week.

  4. Weekend update:

    My brother came over last night and we had an evening of Nintendo and gorging on large amounts of pizza. I made sure to take my C20 with it, and this morning I had absolutely no residual bloat! Typically, when doing something like that, I feel it the next couple of days.

  5. Did my calculations. Here's my current breakdown.

    At 224 lbs:

    My calorie requirement to maintain my current weight is 3285 calories.
    My daily calorie intake is as it currently stands is 2826 calories.
    My macros: 318g Protein, 104g Fat, 151g Carbs.

    Looks like I could drop a few more fats. Not sure what else I should cut given the numbers. Any suggestions?
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by kaikara
    Did my calculations. Here's my current breakdown.

    At 224 lbs:

    My calorie requirement to maintain my current weight is 3285 calories.
    My daily calorie intake is as it currently stands is 2826 calories.
    My macros: 318g Protein, 104g Fat, 151g Carbs.

    Looks like I could drop a few more fats. Not sure what else I should cut given the numbers. Any suggestions?
    This may sound crazy, but ever thought about dropping some calls from protein? IMO you are getting quite a bit. Recently I dropped my protein intake and raised my carbs a bit and noticed no negative change in body comp. I used to take in 300+ now I take in 200 + 25g bcaa/eaa. Maybe cut off a good 50g of protein for a 200 cal reduction?

    Other than that progress looks really good!
    RecoverBro ELITE

  7. I suppose I could give that a shot. Thanks!

  8. Friday, April 27th:

    Been a rough week. I've been tired all week and my allergies have been killing me.

    I woke up this morning and weighed myself. I'm down 1 lb this week to 223 lbs. I'm also up another notch on my belt.

    Starting next week, I'll be dropping some calories. Hoping I can power out these last few weeks.

  9. Sunday, April 29th:

    So here's something I don't get. It seems that the worse the dinner is for me, the lighter I wake up the next morning. What is in this stuff?

    I went to Cheeseburger in Paradise last night. I had the cheeseburger with the fried egg and mayo on it, sweet potato chips, fried pickles, and a salad. This morning I weighed in at 221 lbs!

    Dropping my calories this coming week is seeming more like a backwards idea. I just need to eat large amounts of dirty food.

  10. Friday, May 4th: (Happy Star Wars Day!)

    So, this has been a fairly good week. Still plugging away at that insane Quantum Body Method workout. It's like dragging my muscles through the fires of hell.

    I woke up this morning and stepped on the scale... 224 lbs. Wtf? I weighed 221 lbs on Sunday. Hmm... So today at the gym, I checked my bodyfat... 16.7%. Well that's good news. That's down from my previous 17.4%. Weird stuff going on.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by kaikara View Post
    Friday, May 4th: (Happy Star Wars Day!)

    So, this has been a fairly good week. Still plugging away at that insane Quantum Body Method workout. It's like dragging my muscles through the fires of hell.

    I woke up this morning and stepped on the scale... 224 lbs. Wtf? I weighed 221 lbs on Sunday. Hmm... So today at the gym, I checked my bodyfat... 16.7%. Well that's good news. That's down from my previous 17.4%. Weird stuff going on.
    More like GOOD THINGS going on!
    RecoverBro ELITE

  12. Thursday, May 10th:

    Well, things are winding down. I have two more days left on the C20.

    I'm noticing a pretty good increase in definition. The other day when I stepped out of the shower, during that moment when your foot hits the floor and your quad contracts to bear the load, I just happened to glance over at the mirror and was like "Damn." That quad definition is looking pretty good when flexed. That sweep looks like it's going to bust out the side of my thigh.

  13. And it comes to an end:

    This morning I took the last of my C20 and Erase Pro. My final stats: 223 lbs, 16.8% BF.

    So, that's 9 lbs and ~3% BF dropped.

    Let's do some math...

    Starting figure: 232 lbs * .80 lbm = 185.6 lbs of lean body mass.
    Ending figure: 223 lbs * .832 lbm = 185.09 lbs of lean body mass.

    That's a straight 9 lbs of fat melted off with negligible loss in lean body mass over 8 weeks. Now, I admit, those figures could have been better. I didn't really try that hard. I wanted to put the supplements to the test, so I didn't drop any cals the first 4 weeks. I even ate a bit more because the C20 had me raving hungry all the time! The first 4 weeks was where my biggest drop came from. The last 4 weeks wasn't as exciting. I did drop cals some, but I was having trouble trying to figure out where, so they didn't get dropped much. I also dropped the Erase Pro to EOD because I was having some joint, skin, and libido issues that signified my estrogen was too low.

    All in all, I'm pretty impressed. I didn't change a bunch of things, then blame all my success on the supplements, because we all know supplements are just that, supplements, and most of our weight changes come by way of what our food intake is. I think I've proved that these two supplements when stacked together are very effective in their own right. I've run other things before doing the same testing method of not changing my cals, and I didn't see as big of, if any, change as I saw on this stack. I will be interested in running this stack again and doing a more aggressive cutting cycle. I also still stand by my previous observation that this stack may actually work better when you eat worse. My best days on this cycle, the days where I looked and felt the best, were after I binged on crappy food. It's gotta be something in that repartitioning of the C20.

    I'll get some comparison shots up in the next day or so. I'm noticing the definition increase the most in my back and my quads.

    Thanks USP and PES!

  14. Sorry for the delay, tinypic was giving me problems last night.



    Flatter stomach, less boobage.



    Sorry for the lighting differences, but you can tell a smoother muscle line, not marred by little fat rolls.



    This one I think actually shows less definition than the 4 week picture. Not sure what's going on there. And I've got this weird lean to my right in all my 8th week pictures that I didn't have before.



    Those quads are looking much better! I got some definition forming instead of just massive lumps.



    No 4 week comparison shot here, weird. Veins in the forearms now. Stomach flatter.



    Not much change in the calves.

    So, that much overall change, with barely any effort. Now that I know what C20 and Erase Pro can do. I'm looking forward to the next run when I put forth more effort. I was going to for this run, and it started out great, but I kind of slacked off in the last 4 weeks by not adjusting my diet accordingly.
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