Taman heading for summer with PES/USP/Finaflex

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  1. Quiet day today, just a short bike ride with my 9 year old. Broke fast around 1, fed till a touch before 8. 1970 cals (75 carbs, 201 pro [+46 g bcaa],91 fats) with an estimated burn of 3400.
    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve

    Recoverbro


  2. Good job Tone....
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  3. Dude you made some huge progress holy shiit! Great job keep it up man
    I hope everybody thinks i'm crazy, because you cannot be a sane person and go through the type of pain i am willing to put myself through to be where i want to be, Once I completely win the war between my mind and body, my reign will begin. ~Me

  4. Quote Originally Posted by thetinyguy View Post
    Dude you made some huge progress holy shiit! Great job keep it up man
    He's very steady, methodical and patient. Keeps on grinding...
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  5. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver

    He's very steady, methodical and patient. Keeps on grinding...
    Thanks DW, although I would go more with persistent than patient lol

    Forgot to mention that I dusted off the Prime last night.
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    Recoverbro
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  6. Rolled out for a fasted session, deload week, so I figured it would be ok even on squat day.

    Day 1, wk 4 (60%)
    12:15-1:00
    Squat 5x5 @ 215 (did these squatting down to a milk crate w/3 45's under it. Did not hit it every rep but got closer w/ each set, did hit on some however)

    Power cleans 5x5 at 105.

    Split squat (still really working on form for these, learning how to get proper foot placement helps)
    Bwx6/6, 10's w/no balance assist 6/6, Bulgarian style no assist w/ 10's 4/4.

    Leg raise 15 (switched to lying) 20/20.

    Wrapped things up with 30 min variable resist cardio - 182 cals.
    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve

    Recoverbro

  7. Today was another deload day. You can either reduce your weights or reduce your reps to cut volume. Today, for a change I mixed and matched those options.

    Day 2, wk 4
    5:25-6:00

    Bench [email protected]

    BW Dip 3x4 reps

    BO BB Row 3x10 @100

    Assisted Pull Up 3x4 at 200.

    Close Grip Bench [email protected]

    Started doing some cardio then after about 10 minutes just kind of said "F it, did this **** yesterday, gonna hit it tomorrow too".

    Dietary for today: Fed from 12:30-8:30 (Due to deload, reduced intake a bit)
    2466 cals (180 carbs, 205 Protein [plus 40g bcaa], 107 fats) with an estimated burn of 3800.
    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve

    Recoverbro

  8. ...I said F it! Love it man ha! Great work my brotha keep it up. Always a pleasure reading up on you're progress.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    Today was another deload day. You can either reduce your weights or reduce your reps to cut volume. Today, for a change I mixed and matched those options.

    Day 2, wk 4
    5:25-6:00

    Bench [email protected]

    BW Dip 3x4 reps

    BO BB Row 3x10 @100

    Assisted Pull Up 3x4 at 200.

    Close Grip Bench [email protected]

    Started doing some cardio then after about 10 minutes just kind of said "F it, did this **** yesterday, gonna hit it tomorrow too".

    Dietary for today: Fed from 12:30-8:30 (Due to deload, reduced intake a bit)
    2466 cals (180 carbs, 205 Protein [plus 40g bcaa], 107 fats) with an estimated burn of 3800.
    I started deload yesterday but still sore ... did 13 wheel of death and that has my core aching some.
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  10. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver

    I started deload yesterday but still sore ... did 13 wheel of death and that has my core aching some.
    That'll do it!
    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve

    Recoverbro

  11. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    That'll do it!
    Turns out Rick is sore from his deload too.. I never considered the higher reps would do that at the weight I was using...
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  12. Got in an early fasted workout today.

    Day 3, wk 4 (60%/Deload)
    11:20-12:00

    DL [email protected]

    Front Squat [email protected]

    Bach Hyperextension 3x12 BW

    DB Shrugs 3x7 @ 100

    Planks 5x30/30

    Finished up with 30 minutes cardio, interval program, 212 cals.
    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve

    Recoverbro

  13. Fed from 1:25-8:30. 2596 cals (157 carbs, 229 protein [+57g bcaa] 120 fats). (took some pb at end of the night to fill some cals) est burn 4940.
    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve

    Recoverbro

  14. Got a little side tracked today, was gonna hit day 4 after work and was eating accordingly, found out little dude had a scrimmage at 5:30, so we had to adjust on the fly: Burn Day: 1827 cals (126 carbs, 166 protein [+27g bcaa], 75 fats) estimated burn of 3500. Got about two days of C-20 dosing left, wanna finish strong!
    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve

    Recoverbro

  15. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    Got a little side tracked today, was gonna hit day 4 after work and was eating accordingly, found out little dude had a scrimmage at 5:30, so we had to adjust on the fly: Burn Day: 1827 cals (126 carbs, 166 protein [+27g bcaa], 75 fats) estimated burn of 3500. Got about two days of C-20 dosing left, wanna finish strong!
    got some thoughts on C20?
    RecoverBro ELITE

  16. Quote Originally Posted by mattrag View Post
    got some thoughts on C20?
    I am seeing a definitive increase in vascularity, so I am assuming I am leaning out despite minimal scale movement. Obviously, that could be attributable to the Erase Pro (and or the Pro Xanathine) as it tends to have that effect on me but this seems a bit more "intense" for lack of a better term. Have also noted some nice jumps in the iron I was handling on some lifts, for example, had no doubt Tuesday that I could have pushed that 185 in close grips for 8-10 reps but stopped at 4 because it is deload week, when I started working this back into my routine, I think I was at either 155 or 165 for 10. That is a pretty damn nice jump.
    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve

    Recoverbro

  17. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    I am seeing a definitive increase in vascularity, so I am assuming I am leaning out despite minimal scale movement. Obviously, that could be attributable to the Erase Pro (and or the Pro Xanathine) as it tends to have that effect on me but this seems a bit more "intense" for lack of a better term. Have also noted some nice jumps in the iron I was handling on some lifts, for example, had no doubt Tuesday that I could have pushed that 185 in close grips for 8-10 reps but stopped at 4 because it is deload week, when I started working this back into my routine, I think I was at either 155 or 165 for 10. That is a pretty damn nice jump.
    NICE. Thanks for the mini review.. perhaps I should buy that stack... but then again I have so much Erase pro....
    RecoverBro ELITE

  18. Quote Originally Posted by mattrag

    NICE. Thanks for the mini review.. perhaps I should buy that stack... but then again I have so much Erase pro....
    I'll take some off ya hands hahahahahaha
    ...::: Olympus Labs Athlete & Representative :::...
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    I am seeing a definitive increase in vascularity, so I am assuming I am leaning out despite minimal scale movement. Obviously, that could be attributable to the Erase Pro (and or the Pro Xanathine) as it tends to have that effect on me but this seems a bit more "intense" for lack of a better term. Have also noted some nice jumps in the iron I was handling on some lifts, for example, had no doubt Tuesday that I could have pushed that 185 in close grips for 8-10 reps but stopped at 4 because it is deload week, when I started working this back into my routine, I think I was at either 155 or 165 for 10. That is a pretty damn nice jump.
    I am holding lots of my size as well but some water too, it seems to be up and down and when I eat carbs I really turn into a sponge. I am thinking it's the c20 so it will be interesting to know if I flush out. No problem holding water you just have to give yourself time to flush out afterwards then you see big changes.
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  20. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    I am holding lots of my size as well but some water too, it seems to be up and down and when I eat carbs I really turn into a sponge. I am thinking it's the c20 so it will be interesting to know if I flush out. No problem holding water you just have to give yourself time to flush out afterwards then you see big changes.
    Then we should see some huge changes with my cycle I start next week!

    As has sort of become my Friday tradition, pulling a "double" again today. Started with fasted AM cardio, 28 minutes, 222 cals.
    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve

    Recoverbro

  21. 5/4/12 Day 4, wk 4 (Deload/60%, went with lower weights on most push movements to let the shoulder and elbow/wrist heal a bit more)
    4:30-5pm (Started with some light RC work.)

    Standing OH BB Press 5x5 @ 120

    Inc DB PRess [email protected]'s

    BO DB Row [email protected]

    Tate Press 3x 5 @40's

    Cross Body Hammer Curls [email protected]

    Old Style Nautilus Ab Crunch [email protected]

    Hit a second round of cardio, changed it up a bit. Variable resistance, up and down the river at 35/40/45/35/30% max resist in 5 minute stages with a all out "sprint" the last 60 seconds of each stage. 25 minutes total, 228 cals. That is a total of 55 minutes of cardio for 450 cals today.

    Dietary figures tonight are part guess work as my brother was up from North Carolina at my mom's so I ate what was on hand post w/o, Pulled pork loin, strawberries, bananna. Fed from 11:30-9:00. 2600 cals (153 carbs, 243 protein [plus 52g bcaa], 114 fats.) estimated burn of 4120.

    Hitting the last doses of c20 tomorrow, will take final stats and post pics.

    If anyone is interested (Green, this is pretty much due to your request so I had better see you!), you can follow my unsponsored Epi/Stano 200/DHEA patch 6 week run here: Taman's EPIC push towards beast mode (unsponsored)
    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve

    Recoverbro

  22. Quote Originally Posted by taman6886 View Post
    5/4/12 Day 4, wk 4 (Deload/60%, went with lower weights on most push movements to let the shoulder and elbow/wrist heal a bit more)
    4:30-5pm (Started with some light RC work.)

    Standing OH BB Press 5x5 @ 120

    Inc DB PRess [email protected]'s

    BO DB Row [email protected]

    Tate Press 3x 5 @40's

    Cross Body Hammer Curls [email protected]

    Old Style Nautilus Ab Crunch [email protected]

    Hit a second round of cardio, changed it up a bit. Variable resistance, up and down the river at 35/40/45/35/30% max resist in 5 minute stages with a all out "sprint" the last 60 seconds of each stage. 25 minutes total, 228 cals. That is a total of 55 minutes of cardio for 450 cals today.

    Dietary figures tonight are part guess work as my brother was up from North Carolina at my mom's so I ate what was on hand post w/o, Pulled pork loin, strawberries, bananna. Fed from 11:30-9:00. 2600 cals (153 carbs, 243 protein [plus 52g bcaa], 114 fats.) estimated burn of 4120.

    Hitting the last doses of c20 tomorrow, will take final stats and post pics.

    If anyone is interested (Green, this is pretty much due to your request so I had better see you!), you can follow my unsponsored Epi/Stano 200/DHEA patch 6 week run here: Taman's EPIC push towards beast mode (unsponsored)
    THERE!! should be a nice run.
    RecoverBro ELITE

  23. Ok Gents, weighed in this AM at 261, same place we started. Waist was down to 39.5 and 40.5 at the Navel, so that is down .5 inch for each. Obviously despite the non movement of "the needle" there was some definite fat loss. All in all, this was a good run. Saw a notable increase in both strength and vascularity, burned some fat and held on to all my muscle despite some pretty significant deficits. Can't really sort out what did what, but as a whole, this was a pretty nice run.

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    Recoverbro

  24. There's another inch around the waist that you won't have to worry about... onward and upwards....
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

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