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Training Experience- ~6 years (started at 16-17 off and on, seriously from 18-21 and now seriously again past year and a half)
Current Goal- Get to 197 pounds while staying in good running shape
My training regimen is a little bit odd, as I have developed it for my lifestyle and the availability I have to a gym and how much volume I like to use. The breakdown was taken in part from Layne Nortons Power/Hyperthrophy Routine, but highly adjusted. Basically I lift M-F I don't have access to a gym on the weekends so I get all my work in during the week, with the occasional sprint work on the weekend. The breakdown for the each day is as follows.
Monday - High Volume, Upper-Body with emphasis towards hypertrophy.
Tuesday - High Volume, Lower-Body with emphasis towards hypertrophy.
Wednesday-Friday - Choose one main compound lift and focus on that lift with some thrown in accessory work for what has been lacking of late or what I feel the need for that day. Generally I choose one of the following compound lifts depending, on the day or week I rotate a lot of them in.
Bench, Deadlifts, Squats, Front Squats, Power Cleans, Clean to Press, Military Press
My training routine is a bit weird, but it's what works for me I like working out all 5 days and this has helped me do that and not get too worn out, my Monday and Tuesdays are hell a lot of supersets and compound sets. While my last 3 days of the week I really focus on one main compound lift and throw in some accessory work not as much volume but usually heavier weights as well.
My nutrition has changed a bit since I recently ran my Controlled Labs log, I'm focusing more on gaining weight as my strength was starting to suffer and I noticed my weight was really dropping lower then I wanted it too. So currently I'm eating about 3500-3700 calories in an attempt to hopefully while running this get to a lean 197.
My nutriton on a daily basis is pretty basic no need to really detail it however if I have any note worthy meal I will try to snap a pic for a little Food Porn in this thread, since I rather enjoy that myself.
Supplements- I plan on only running MassHGH during this log, while having some support supps and the occasional pre-workout.
Mass HGH- 3 tablets 30 minutes pre bed
Fish Oil- 3 pills a day
Multivitamin- 2 a day
Dymatize Elite XT Protein
Controlled Labs Gold Feast
DB Bench- 90x3 (8/14/12)
Squat- 315x1 (8/13/12)
Dips With chains- 13 reps (unsure on weight of chains will find out today)
Military press- 125x5
Ok so that about does it, I'm really looking forward to running this and will be keeping a detailed log for the most part my training takes place during the weekdays so I will update at the minimum 5 times a week with the occasional weekend blast of some food and maybe some sprint work.