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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    Nice numbers in that workout man!
    Thanks dude. It felt good to start benching again, after a couple weeks off.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz

    Coop is an on to it guy haha, where was he hinting this? Interested too see what his thoughts are.
    He said he wouldn't.go into it for the sake of the logging proceed IIRC.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Coop is an on to it guy haha, where was he hinting this? Interested too see what his thoughts are.
    There's a comment in the "Hey PES" thread that I briefly looked into today. I would honestly prefer not to know much about it at this point.

  4. Day 6 continued

    I finished the day with calories up a decent amount considering my activity level. Based on what I’m seeing, both on the scale and in the mirror, I’m going to take classic’s advice and really start to push the calories this coming week. I was already eating a good surplus, but I’m going to try and take advantage of what appears to be an opportunity for more. If I start to see any negatives in doing so, I’ll make any necessary adjustments at the time. Hopefully I’ll have the time and food supply to make this possible lol.


    I finished off my food intake with a big bowl of Red Velvet Cake ice cream…the healthy kind.
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    2 scoops RVC Protean, 1.5 cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk, 6oz Greek yogurt

    Calories: 400
    Carbs: 24
    Protein: 60
    Fat: 13



    Today’s calorie total and breakdown are as follows:

    Calories: 5413
    Carbs: 604
    Protein: 362
    Fat: 175
    (44/27/29)

  5. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11
    Day 6 continued

    I finished the day with calories up a decent amount considering my activity level. Based on what I'm seeing, both on the scale and in the mirror, I'm going to take classic's advice and really start to push the calories this coming week. I was already eating a good surplus, but I'm going to try and take advantage of what appears to be an opportunity for more. If I start to see any negatives in doing so, I'll make any necessary adjustments at the time. Hopefully I'll have the time and food supply to make this possible lol.

    I finished off my food intake with a big bowl of Red Velvet Cake ice cream...the healthy kind.
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    2 scoops RVC Protean, 1.5 cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk, 6oz Greek yogurt

    Calories: 400
    Carbs: 24
    Protein: 60
    Fat: 13

    Today's calorie total and breakdown are as follows:

    Calories: 5413
    Carbs: 604
    Protein: 362
    Fat: 175
    (44/27/29)
    Damn Breeze, I may have to try to make my own "ice cream" just take a couple scoops of my powder, 1.5 cups of almond milk & some Greek yogurt and wal-law I got "ice cream"?

    Good job on diet man, staying so close to 40/30/30 @ 5000 calories!
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
    Damn Breeze, I may have to try to make my own "ice cream" just take a couple scoops of my powder, 1.5 cups of almond milk & some Greek yogurt and wal-law I got "ice cream"?

    Good job on diet man, staying so close to 40/30/30 @ 5000 calories!
    Yup. That's basically it. You mix the protein, milk, and yogurt in a bowl, then put it in a ziploc bag (I think quart). You fill a gallon ziploc bag about 1/3 of the way with ice and put 1/2 cup of salt in it. Take the little bag, put it in the big one, and start shaking. It usually takes me 7-10 minutes (maybe less) to get it as frozen as I want. I make a bigger batch than the original recipe I saw, but you can easily adjust all the ingredients to make it fit whatever you're looking for. It tastes great too.

    Thanks man. No matter what I eat, it always seems to end up pretty close to 40/30/30. I'm going to be a lot closer to averaging 6000 calories this week, unless I see a reason to scale it back.
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  7. Day 7

    I didnít get much sleep, but woke up surprisingly not very tired. My weight took a big jump to 212lbs (+3lbs from starting pic/+5lbs from ďDay 1Ē of supplementation. It looks like my normal weekend increase (mostly water?) was running a day behind. I expect to see my weight come down somewhat as the workweek progresses. Despite the added weight, my appearance seems to be holding up. I still believe that Iím looking slightly leaner overall than when I started, which has been confirmed by others.


    I plan on continuing to go forward with a caloric increase, as I donít see any of my added weight presenting itself negatively at this point. My breakfast was similar to what itís been recently, with the addition of a few more carbs.


    The calorie total and breakdown were as follows:

    Calories: 2090
    Carbs: 288
    Protein: 75
    Fat: 74


    I had a multivitamin, vitamin D, Super Cissus, and digestive enzymes with my meal.


    I should be making it to the gym after work, as long as I get out at a reasonable time.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Yup. That's basically it. You mix the protein, milk, and yogurt in a bowl, then put it in a ziploc bag (I think quart). You fill a gallon ziploc bag about 1/3 of the way with ice and put 1/2 cup of salt in it. Take the little bag, put it in the big one, and start shaking. It usually takes me 7-10 minutes (maybe less) to get it as frozen as I want. I make a bigger batch than the original recipe I saw, but you can easily adjust all the ingredients to make it fit whatever you're looking for. It tastes great too.

    Thanks man. No matter what I eat, it always seems to end up pretty close to 40/30/30. I'm going to be a lot closer to averaging 6000 calories this week, unless I see a reason to scale it back.
    Homemade ice cream. Gotta try this tonight. I already have all 3 key ingredients.
    I started a new log at:
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/supplement-reviews-logs/228939-fumoney-takes-ironmag.html

  9. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    There's a comment in the "Hey PES" thread that I briefly looked into today. I would honestly prefer not to know much about it at this point.
    Cooper is smart but as far as I know, he can't predict the future...

  10. Quote Originally Posted by fumoney

    Homemade ice cream. Gotta try this tonight. I already have all 3 key ingredients.
    Nice. As long as you have delicious protein, you'll have delicious ice cream.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by USPowders

    Cooper is smart but as far as I know, he can't predict the future...
    Haha. Very good point. Whatever's in it seems to have already started affecting my physique.
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  12. Day 7 continued

    Energy was pretty good at work, for not having slept much last night. I have the chance to sleep in a little tomorrow, so Iíll be back on track with proper rest.

    The dry mouth and thirst were strong throughout the day. Itís much more apparent while Iím working, due to the physicality of my current job.

    My appetite/hunger has been normal as far as I can tell. I suppose it can be hard to judge when youíre eating constantly anyways.



    I just finished eating my pre workout meal and will be heading to the gym shortly. Iím going to continue to play with the PA/stim dosing and see if I notice anything different. Today Iíll be trying straight caffeine, 10 minutes prior to PA and the rest of my pre workout supplements.


    The following will be dosed pre workout:

    200mg caffeine
    Patented Anabolic
    2 scoops Craze
    2.5 scoops Protocol


    Todayís workout will be focused on biceps, forearms, calves, and abs.

  13. Go kill it!
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by Mack411
    Go kill it!
    Will do.
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  15. Day 7 continued

    I dosed the same pre workout supplements and amounts as yesterday, before heading to the gym. However, changing the timing in which I dosed them led to a slightly different reaction. I had 200mg caffeine about 10 minutes prior to PA/Craze/Protocol as opposed to PA 10 minutes prior to caffeine yesterday. The way I felt during my workout was similar, but I noticed my body temperature was up on the ride to the gym. I was feeling warm and actually checked to see if I had the heat on in the car…I didn’t. By the time I got to the gym, my shirt had a few drops of sweat showing through. Once I started working out, I didn’t notice much of a difference or sweat very much either.

    My workout went well. Strength and endurance were both feeling good. Any strength increases were minimal, but my overall endurance was noticeably better compared to recent workouts.

    Chins
    BWx19
    BW+70x5
    BW+70x5
    BW+70x5
    Drop
    BWx9
    -I was somewhat surprised that I could maintain 70x5 for 3 consecutive sets.

    DB alt Curl
    60x6
    60x6
    65x3
    Drop
    40x8

    Calf Extension (machine)
    290x25 (straight)
    290x19 (toes in)
    290x18 (toes out)
    Drop
    190x12 (straight)

    Preacher Curl (machine)
    200x7 (3 sec neg)
    200x6 (3 sec neg)
    205x3 (5 sec neg)
    205x3 (5 sec neg)
    180x8 (2 sec neg)

    Ab Crunch (machine)
    205x25
    205x22
    Hanging Leg Raise
    BWx15
    BWx15

    super sets
    Standing Overhead Cable Curl (pull from shoulder height)
    42.5x10
    50x4
    50x4
    Drop
    35x8
    BB Behind Back Wrist Curl
    3 sets
    70 x failure

    The final superset caused one of the most intense forearm pumps I’ve ever experienced. It was somewhat painful and I struggled to grip my shaker. It also set off some very prominent vascularity throughout my arms.


    10 minutes post workout
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    This level of vascularity isn’t anything I haven’t experienced in the past, but it’s not an everyday (workout) occurrence.



    I managed to increase my calories a decent amount today, relative to my activity level.

    Today’s calorie total and breakdown are as follows:

    Calories: 5869
    Carbs: 621
    Protein: 418
    Fat: 199
    (42/28/30)

  16. Wow that's some crazy vascularity brother
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    Wow that's some crazy vascularity brother
    Thanks man. I've always been somewhat veiny. I normally see a good amount of vascularity during my workouts, but today it was cranked up a notch. Super sets will occasionally do that for me.

  18. Insane veins!nice update also!
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by Mack411
    Insane veins!nice update also!
    Thanks Mack.
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  20. Day 8

    Sleep was good last night. I think I got about 8 hours in total with minimal interruption.

    I weighed in at 208.6lbs (+1.6lbs from "Day 1") this morning. My weight is down slightly from my starting pics, but I'm going to disregard it, considering I was probably holding water and it was the day before I started supplementation.

    My appearance is continuing to show signs of improvement. I noticed some vascularity beginning to show in my lower abdomen and obliques as well. There are 2 veins starting to pop out along my rib cage, which is something I've never seen before.

    My chest is feeling particularly solid today as well. It was somewhat sore the last couple days and is now feeling dense (DOMS are usually minimal for me and I'll report on any changes with them going forward).

    I'm convinced that I'm leaner after this first week. I'm going to keep piling on the calories, as the current excess has only led to positive changes in body composition. I'm loving the way things are shaping up after only a minimal amount of time. It's day 8 and I'm already thinking about how I don't wan't my run to end. I'm hoping to see some new effects take place over the next 3 weeks.


    Breakfast was more or less unchanged. I'm going to pick up some food today and might see if I can add some variety.

    The calorie total and breakdown were as follows:

    Calories: 2133
    Carbs: 289
    Protein: 76
    Fat: 76


    I'm about ready to head to the gym. I'll be repeating yesterday's pre workout dosing/timing, to see if it once again results in a noticeable rise in body temperature.

    The following will be taken pre workout:

    200mg caffeine (10 mins prior to everything else)
    1 cap Patented Anabolic
    2 scoops Craze
    2.5 scoops Protocol

    Shoulders and Traps are today's focus.
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Day 8

    Sleep was good last night. I think I got about 8 hours in total with minimal interruption.

    I weighed in at 208.6lbs (+1.6lbs from "Day 1") this morning. My weight is down slightly from my starting pics, but I'm going to disregard it, considering I was probably holding water and it was the day before I started supplementation.

    My appearance is continuing to show signs of improvement. I noticed some vascularity beginning to show in my lower abdomen and obliques as well. There are 2 veins starting to pop out along my rib cage, which is something I've never seen before.

    My chest is feeling particularly solid today as well. It was somewhat sore the last couple days and is now feeling dense (DOMS are usually minimal for me and I'll report on any changes with them going forward).

    I'm convinced that I'm leaner after this first week. I'm going to keep piling on the calories, as the current excess has only led to positive changes in body composition. I'm loving the way things are shaping up after only a minimal amount of time. It's day 8 and I'm already thinking about how I don't wan't my run to end. I'm hoping to see some new effects take place over the next 3 weeks.


    Breakfast was more or less unchanged. I'm going to pick up some food today and might see if I can add some variety.

    The calorie total and breakdown were as follows:

    Calories: 2133
    Carbs: 289
    Protein: 76
    Fat: 76


    I'm about ready to head to the gym. I'll be repeating yesterday's pre workout dosing/timing, to see if it once again results in a noticeable rise in body temperature.

    The following will be taken pre workout:

    200mg caffeine (10 mins prior to everything else)
    1 cap Patented Anabolic
    2 scoops Craze
    2.5 scoops Protocol

    Shoulders and Traps are today's focus.
    2100 cals in a breakfast.. LMAO and the 289 carbs is more then I consumed in a day for an entire months straight a little while back. I think the highest I went in that month was 250-275 on carb up days. Such a beast. That vascular arm of yours is impressive. You should be on insane veins dot com!

    That pre cocktail is enough to kill most men....

  22. Quote Originally Posted by LiveToLift

    2100 cals in a breakfast.. LMAO and the 289 carbs is more then I consumed in a day for an entire months straight a little while back. I think the highest I went in that month was 250-275 on carb up days. Such a beast. That vascular arm of yours is impressive. You should be on insane veins dot com!

    That pre cocktail is enough to kill most men....
    Haha it takes a lot of food to keep me running efficiently. I should've had a bigger breakfast. I lost valuable meal time after sleeping in and I've been trying to catch up ever since I got back from the gym. The last 2 hours were spent eating and I've still got quite a ways to go.

    That's just enough to get me going.
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  23. Day 8 continued

    I ended up waiting about 35 minutes after taking my pre workout supps before driving to the gym (10 min ride). A couple things stood out to me during the ride. My body temperature seemed to go up again, but I wasn't sweating like yesterday. The other thing, which was quite noticeable, was mood elevation (more than Craze alone can provide). It became obvious when I was "getting into"/overly enjoying the music during my ride. Exactly how/what I was feeling is hard to describe, but I felt fantastic. I could've stayed in the gym an extra hour and didn't want to leave. The enhanced mood/sense of well-being remained consistent throughout my workout and I'm still feeling great currently. I'm not entirely sure if my current mood is more related to the PA or me still riding the high of a great workout.


    Strength was up on all repeat lifts and I felt strong with every exercise performed. Increases were better than they've been recently and achieved without much of a struggle. I could tell once I started warming up, that I had a little extra power today. My diet could have a big part in this, but the PA could be lending a hand as well. Not knowing how it works, it's hard to give PA all the credit after a week's use. Hopefully this is just the beginning of seeing strength go up at an accelerated pace.


    -some previous #'s in parenthesis

    BB Military Press
    205x7 (205x6)
    225x4 (225x3)
    225x4 (225x3)
    235x3 (230x3)

    BB Shrug
    325x10
    350x10
    370x8
    390x6
    -used straps which allowed for big weight increases (need to improve grip strength)

    Arnold Press
    75x12 (75x10)
    75x11 (75x10)
    75x10 (75x9)
    drop
    60x4 (50x7)
    drop
    45x5

    BB Upright Row
    130x10
    150x7
    165x4
    165x4

    Reverse Fly machine (focus on negative)
    190x7
    205x5
    205x5
    drop
    145x5

    Face Pull
    87.5x13
    95x10
    100x7

    super sets
    DB Front Raise
    30x7
    35x5
    35x5
    drop
    20x5
    DB Lateral Raise
    30x7
    35x5
    35x5
    drop
    20x5
    DB Seated (bent over) Lateral Raise
    30x7
    35x5
    35x5
    drop
    20x5



    I've been catching up on my food intake, after waking up 5 hours later than usual. I'll have today's calorie total and breakdown posted later tonight.
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  24. Very nice work,you have an awesome thread goin here.Nice detail!
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    Very nice work,you have an awesome thread goin here.Nice detail!
    Thanks as always Mack. I appreciate the support.
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