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    Day 23

    I got 5-6 hours’ sleep, which was enough to have me wake up feeling well rested.

    My weight was 210.2lbs (+3.2lbs from “Day 1”) this morning. At this point in the week, I’ve usually shed the majority of any water that I was holding and don’t see it drop much further.


    My breakfast was similar to what I’ve been eating recently, but I made a few changes.
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    Breakfast calorie total and breakdown:

    Calories: 1478
    Carbs: 149
    Protein: 57
    Fat: 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sourdough
    WOW.... how the crap do you eat that many cals at your weight and maintain? That would be fat city for me. Even my successful bulks with significant gains in lbm only range from 3-4k calories and at close to your weight.

    How much of your day do you spend eating and in the restroom? Serious question.

    No slin or anything here to put away all those carbs?

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    Good question. It hasn't always been like this, but its something myself and several doctors haven't really found a concrete answer to. I've just adapted to it at this point. I think it has to do with not absorbing food very well. Taking digestive enzymes with all meals seems to help somewhat. I'm also currently working a physical job and PA has allowed my intake to increase a good amount as well.

    I spend way too much time eating. It's honestly a hassle. I try to knock out a good chunk of calories in the morning to make the rest of the day easier. I only have one trip to the bathroom, shortly after waking up.

    No slin or anything. I'm just a freak lol.
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    Hard to decide whether the breezy food absorption disorder is a gift or a curse!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveToLift
    Hard to decide whether the breezy food absorption disorder is a gift or a curse!
    I haven't really decided yet either lol. It definitely has its positives and negatives. As long as I have enough time to eat its not a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    I haven't really decided yet either lol. It definitely has its positives and negatives. As long as I have enough time to eat its not a problem.
    And a large enough paycheck to afford all that food!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick

    And a large enough paycheck to afford all that food!
    Oh yeah...that too. It's outrageous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Oh yeah...that too. It's outrageous.
    Can you imagine how much I spend on my food too.. Hahahaha. Thank goodness for Costco
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Oh yeah...that too. It's outrageous.
    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiianhulk

    Can you imagine how much I spend on my food too.. Hahahaha. Thank goodness for Costco
    I could only imagine. Even at my measly 4k it's expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiianhulk

    Can you imagine how much I spend on my food too.. Hahahaha. Thank goodness for Costco
    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick

    I could only imagine. Even at my measly 4k it's expensive.
    I should start shopping at a place like that, but they're a little out of the way compared to everywhere else I shop. I buy a lot of food at smaller organic/health food stores too, which isn't cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    I should start shopping at a place like that, but they're a little out of the way compared to everywhere else I shop. I buy a lot of food at smaller organic/health food stores too, which isn't cheap.
    I shop at Sam's club.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick

    I shop at Sam's club.
    Sam's club and Costco aren't anywhere around here. I have a membership at BJ's (same idea), but haven't been in a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Sam's club and Costco aren't anywhere around here. I have a membership at BJ's (same idea), but haven't been in a long time.
    I see.. Safeway just got too dang expensive.. Hahaha.. Besides their sirloin steaks are small
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Good question. It hasn't always been like this, but its something myself and several doctors haven't really found a concrete answer to. I've just adapted to it at this point. I think it has to do with not absorbing food very well. Taking digestive enzymes with all meals seems to help somewhat. I'm also currently working a physical job and PA has allowed my intake to increase a good amount as well.

    I spend way too much time eating. It's honestly a hassle. I try to knock out a good chunk of calories in the morning to make the rest of the day easier. I only have one trip to the bathroom, shortly after waking up.

    No slin or anything. I'm just a freak lol.
    What made you start eating like this & how did you know to "try" it
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1

    What made you start eating like this & how did you know to "try" it
    A couple years ago I started feeling tired, getting sick a lot and slowly losing weight. I went to a few doctors about it and they said they couldn't find anything wrong. Then I started losing weight rapidly, could barely walk up stairs or get up from a sitting position and ended up losing about 40lbs in a few months. After all that, doctors still had no clue what was going on, but had me increase and track my calories. I started feeling better after a few months and eventually figured out what I needed to maintain weight. I decided to get back in the gym at that point and have been eating and training like a savage ever since. I'm finally back to about where I started after a ton of hard work and my health checks out fine...I just need to eat a lot more lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    A couple years ago I started feeling tired, getting sick a lot and slowly losing weight. I went to a few doctors about it and they said they couldn't find anything wrong. Then I started losing weight rapidly, could barely walk up stairs or get up from a sitting position and ended up losing about 40lbs in a few months. After all that, doctors still had no clue what was going on, but had me increase and track my calories. I started feeling better after a few months and eventually figured out what I needed to maintain weight. I decided to get back in the gym at that point and have been eating and training like a savage ever since. I'm finally back to about where I started after a ton of hard work and my health checks out fine...I just need to eat a lot more lol.
    Yeah I see, so not exactly a gift.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1

    Yeah I see, so not exactly a gift.
    Ha yeah not really. It was a little overwhelming went it happened, but I've adapted and been used to it for a while now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Ha yeah not really. It was a little overwhelming went it happened, but I've adapted and have been used to it for a while now.
    Training like an animal and eating like a monster keeps us all going... With God all is complete...
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    Ever make your own shakes to have on the run? I don't have to eat 6000kcals but some days when i'm just not hungry I make myself a 1500kcal shake. Mostly EVOO, EVCO, Oats, whole milk + skim milk, PB, Almonds, 2 bananas, Creamed rice and a pinch (or 5) of cinnamon. It makes around 750ml- 1 litre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiianhulk

    Training like an animal and eating like a monster keeps us all going... With God all is complete...
    Well said hulk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz
    Ever make your own shakes to have on the run? I don't have to eat 6000kcals but some days when i'm just not hungry I make myself a 1500kcal shake. Mostly EVOO, EVCO, Oats, whole milk + skim milk, PB, Almonds, 2 bananas, Creamed rice and a pinch (or 5) of cinnamon. It makes around 750ml- 1 litre.
    Not very often, but I usually have some form of calories readily available wherever I go. Thanks for the recipe though. It looks good and I'll definitely give it a shot.

    I don't normally eat 6000 calories either. Before and when I started PA, I was lean bulking with about 4700-5400 daily. Reaching 6000 was a rare occurrence and only happened on extremely active days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz
    Ever make your own shakes to have on the run? I don't have to eat 6000kcals but some days when i'm just not hungry I make myself a 1500kcal shake. Mostly EVOO, EVCO, Oats, whole milk + skim milk, PB, Almonds, 2 bananas, Creamed rice and a pinch (or 5) of cinnamon. It makes around 750ml- 1 litre.
    That sounds good..
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    Day 23 continued

    It seemed pretty obvious today that my overall energy and endurance at work has improved. The same things that had me ready to drop a few weeks ago weren’t nearly as punishing. I felt great all day and still do currently.


    I got out of work a little late but still had enough time to get in a solid workout.


    The following was taken pre workout:

    1 cap Patented Anabolic
    1 sample pack Fierce Domination
    100mg caffeine
    2g ALCAR
    2 scoops Protocol

    1 scoop I-BCAA Max was used intra workout


    The thermo effect was quite noticeable today. I once again had a very light sweat going as I arrived at the gym. The only difference with pre workout dosing was the use of Fierce Domination. I had used it a handful of times previously and am very familiar with its effects. I’m not sure how much caffeine it contains per scoop, but I’m wondering if the total consumed has anything to do with the level of the thermo effect.

    It looks like great workouts have become the norm, as today’s went/felt amazing. I was full of energy and felt strong throughout. My confidence was at a new high and I made some form of progress with everything.


    -some previous #’s in parenthesis

    Pull Ups
    BWx20 (BWx18)
    BW+50x8 (BW+50x7)
    BW+60x6 (BW+60x5)
    BW+65x5 (BW+70x4)
    BW+70x4 (BW+70x3)

    -I could have left the gym happy after my first set. I had been trying to reach BWx20 for what seems like forever.


    Deadlift
    315x10 (315x10)
    365x10 (365x8)
    415x8 (415x6)
    445x3 (415x6)
    455x2 (415x5)

    -My back was feeling good on the first couple sets, so I decided to go heavier again. My high two weeks ago was 435x3.


    BB Row
    225x12 (225x11)
    245x8 (255x5)
    255x7 (255x5)
    260x5 (255x4)

    -Last week’s weight went up with ease. I was really impressed with the progress made this week.


    V-Bar Lat Pulldown (focus on negative/~5 seconds)
    200x8 (200x7)
    200x7 (200x6)
    200x7 (220x4)
    210x5 (225x3)

    Seated Cable row
    200x9 (200x8)
    220x6 (200x8)
    225x6 (220x5)
    drop (220x5)
    165x6

    Hyperextensions (arms out/holding 14lb med ball)
    12
    12
    12

    -This was the first time I maintained 12 reps over 3 sets. I usually finish at least -2.


    I’m still feeling great about tonight’s workout. A lot of the lifts that I was beginning to see progress slow down with a few weeks ago are now moving forward at a good pace.

    The vascularity on my forearms reached a new level. The recently visible veins on the top sides of them are growing in number and prominence. They don’t pop like the rest of my arms, but are certainly making some progress.




    I hit my calorie target for the day and had no problem doing so. My appetite was up and I was feeling hungry between meals and snacks.


    Today’s calorie total and breakdown were as follows:

    Calories: 5788
    Carbs: 583
    Protein: 462
    Fat: 203
    (39/31/30)
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    Day 24

    I was a little slow in getting up this morning, but after a scoop of Focus XT and a solid meal, I’m feeling good.

    I was surprised to see my weight go up to 211lbs (+4lbs from “Day1”). It’s not a big increase, but I didn’t expect a rise this far into the workweek. Either way, I’ll gladly take it, as my appearance is still looking pretty good. I believe I’m at least as lean as when I started and muscle fullness/density are both improved.

    Another surprise this morning was that my back is already feeling some soreness from last night’s workout. It’s minimal, but enough to make me want to do a little stretching. I think the added weight on my lifts helped with the early onset of DOMS.



    Breakfast was eggs, hash browns, an Ezekiel English muffin, a spinach pancake, cereal, and almond butter.


    Breakfast calorie total and breakdown:

    Calories: 1531
    Carbs: 152
    Protein: 56
    Fat: 85
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    Day 24 continued

    Energy continued to be good throughout the day, despite a lot of physical work.

    The slight DOMS I was experiencing this morning has been growing stronger as the day progresses. At this point, my back has an overall level of soreness that I haven’t felt in a long time. I’m not sure if PA has anything to do with it, but I normally don’t notice much soreness, if any, as a result of my workouts. Perhaps this is a cumulative effect that I’m just starting to feel. My biceps literally never get DOMS, so if it occurs after tonight’s workout, I’ll know something’s up.

    My hunger was up for the second day in a row. I couldn’t help but eat my remaining “work food” during lunch, which I knew I would regret a couple hours later.


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    Today’s workout will be focused on arms and some light chest work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11
    Day 24 continued

    Energy continued to be good throughout the day, despite a lot of physical work.

    The slight DOMS I was experiencing this morning have been getting stronger as the day progresses. At this point, my back has an overall level of soreness that I haven’t felt in a long time. I’m not sure if PA has anything to do with it, but I normally don’t notice much soreness, if any, as a result of my workouts. Perhaps this is a cumulative effect that I’m just starting to feel. My biceps literally never get DOMS, so if that occurs after tonight’s workout, I’ll know something’s up.

    My hunger was up for the second day in a row. I couldn’t help but eat my remaining “work food” during lunch, which I knew I would regret a couple hours later.

    I’m about ready to head to the gym and will take the following pre workout:

    1 cap Patented Anabolic
    200mg caffeine
    2 scoops Craze
    2g ALCAR
    2.5 scoops Protocol

    1 scoop I-BCAA Max will be used intra workout

    Today’s workout will be focused on arms and some light chest work.
    I may have misses it but what time do you train?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiianhulk View Post

    I may have misses it but what time do you train?
    I'm going to the gym now and it's 6:30pm here on the east coast. It's usually sometime between 5pm-8pm when I start my workout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    I'm going to the gym now and it's 6:30pm here on the east coast. It's usually sometime between 5pm-8pm when I start my workout.
    Ahh I see.. One day try training fasted I the morning.. I switched me workouts to that time and I seem to have better results that way..
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiianhulk View Post

    Ahh I see.. One day try training fasted I the morning.. I switched me workouts to that time and I seem to have better results that way..
    Morning workouts aren't an option currently. I'd have to head to the gym at 3am, which I would do, but my gym doesn't open until 5am.

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    Haha. No problem man. It made you sound like a pirate lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Morning workouts aren't an option currently. I'd have to head to the gym at 3am, which I would do, but my gym doesn't open until 5am.

    Haha. No problem man. It made you sound like a pirate lol.
    Yeah my gym opens at 5 also. That's when I usually train.. Pirate eh.. Hahaha.. I'm one big a$$ pirate.. Hahaha
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    I don't like the rushed feeling of training in the morning. If I was still on my 3pm-1:30am shift it'd be a different story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water
    I don't like the rushed feeling of training in the morning. If I was still on my 3pm-1:30am shift it'd be a different story.
    That's a long ass shift.
    I'm never @ work past 10pm usually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiianhulk View Post

    Yeah my gym opens at 5 also. That's when I usually train.. Pirate eh.. Hahaha.. I'm one big a$$ pirate.. Hahaha
    I think I'll be switching gyms and work hours pretty soon, so I'll probably give it a shot. Yes you are haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1

    That's a long ass shift.
    I'm never @ work past 10pm usually.
    I train at night.
    Worked 4, 10's. mon-thur
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    I don't like the rushed feeling of training in the morning. If I was still on my 3pm-1:30am shift it'd be a different story.
    For my previous job, I didn't have to be at the office until 11am. That was perfect for a morning workout and not dealing with being rushed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water

    Worked 4, 10's. mon-thur
    I had a shift like too @ my job, they canceled it cause when people called off it screwed up work.
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    Interesting, Coop noticed a similar effect with the DOMS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Interesting, Coop noticed a similar effect with the DOMS
    Yeah, I just saw that. I'm curious to see if it continues. My elbows felt a little rusty on my first set of close grip bench tonight as well. I probably wouldn't have even noticed it, if I wasn't already wondering about possible inflammatory effects. There's nowhere near enough evidence to support the idea at this point though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Yeah, I just saw that. I'm curious to see if it continues. My elbows felt a little rusty on my first set of close grip bench tonight as well. I probably wouldn't have even noticed it, if I wasn't already wondering about possible inflammatory effects. There's nowhere near enough evidence to support the idea at this point though.
    To help cure it use the smith machine for the close grips..
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiianhulk View Post

    To help cure it use the smith machine for the close grips..
    I actually considered trying that tonight, but there wasn't one available at the time.
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