You don't have to endure the taste of Endurance!
- 12-27-2012, 06:53 PM
Chalk up another bomber day at the gym! Being that I am taking a ton of BCAA's I lift triceps two days in a row to make sure they're completely hammered and reverse preacher curls until I can barely lift my truck keys. Finally, after a decade of lifting my arms are finally looking how I envisioned them as a skinny cross country runner! Call me crazy, but that is what I love most about lifting. The day in day out of putting up more weight, more muscle, more power. No doubt supplements help at this point, but when I first started I could have taken Tren, Anavar, and HGH and it wouldn't have done anything beside send my 130lb ass to the hospital!
I am legitimately impressed with Endurance! You don't need to cycle it, make radical alterations to your diet, and aside from taking it before or during your lift you don't need to time it.
Thanks again to wally and the other Formutech reps who've been following my log this far, I appreciate it guys! I've got about 2 or 3 lifts left from my tub of Endurance.“Only as a warrior can one withstand the path of knowledge. A warrior cannot complain or regret anything. His life is an endless challenge, and challenges cannot possibly be good or bad. Challenges are simply challenges.”
- 12-27-2012, 07:08 PM
As far as thanking me, your regular logging and honest review are thanks enough for me Bren!Formutech Nutrition Rep----------------Check out my CONQU3R log!:
- 12-27-2012, 07:43 PM
Its awesome seeing results isn't it? That's what were all in this for, whether its strength, size, physique, health or all of the above. I've been really happy with how well Endurance has been performing for everyone who's tried it so far, it really is the best bcaa product out there. Its one of the products that sold me on the whole Formutech line.
As far as thanking me, your regular logging and honest review are thanks enough for me Bren!
How did that test/winni cycle end up going?“Only as a warrior can one withstand the path of knowledge. A warrior cannot complain or regret anything. His life is an endless challenge, and challenges cannot possibly be good or bad. Challenges are simply challenges.”
12-27-2012, 08:18 PM
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12-28-2012, 01:37 AM
I'm in! I definitely want to hear more about how Ostarine performs in someone healthy.Killer! My whole cycle was 14 weeks test e @ 600mg/wk with a 5 week SD kicker. Last 4 weeks were 70mg winny per day. I ended up +28lbs and maybe +1% bf. Pretty successful if you ask me! I'm starting stage 1 of pct tomorrow with usp test powder and 10mg ostarine per day, nolva and clomid start next week. I'm going to log my pct if you feel like following!
“Only as a warrior can one withstand the path of knowledge. A warrior cannot complain or regret anything. His life is an endless challenge, and challenges cannot possibly be good or bad. Challenges are simply challenges.”
12-28-2012, 07:47 AM
12-28-2012, 10:30 AM
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12-28-2012, 01:49 PM
Similar story in Colorado, only the nice schools had teams and those guys had been playing since they were little kids!Lacross is brutal for sure, wish it was around here in Florida when I went to HS. It was lprevelant up north but un heard of down here.
12-29-2012, 08:25 PM
Today was one of the best lifts I've had in the past 2 months, 2 scoops of Endurance mixed with some Gatorade for carbs. Since I started the tub of Endurance two weeks ago I've put on about 3-4 lbs of muscle; good clean muscle, no winter fat boy mass for me! And, being that I hate winter running and generally refuse to do treadmill work lean bulking cycles just make sense. Today I had the dumbell rack all to myself and brought the trap bar over to do what I call "halo presses." For anyone who doesn't know, you can press that heavy sumbitch until it feels like your medial delts are about to explode! This is immediately superset-ed by dumbell upright rows until grip failure.
Many would critique my lifts as a rotation between back, shoulder, triceps and abs. But these are my weakest muscle groups, I go trail running twice and my legs are shredded and vascular. Bodybuilding is time and diet intensive, when people ask me "how do it get biceps like that?" Well, you get biceps after years of deadlifts and squats and other core lifts to build your overall strength. And it is for this very same reason that after protein powder BCAA's are the single most important supplement you can consume. Yeah, they're not as cool sounding as test boosters or preworkouts and all the hardcore stim products. But, after years of training I realize that about 90% of that stuff is overhyped bull**** that produces negligible effects at best.
Endurance works for me because I'm a well trained athlete with a generally good diet and solid training regimen. If you are too you'll like it, you can always add stims or more pump ingredients if you want. But for all intents and purposes Formutech has put out a great product that holds up to supplement scrutiny.
12-29-2012, 08:46 PM
12-29-2012, 09:17 PM
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12-29-2012, 09:29 PM
Checked out the PCT log yesterday wally, a 28lb gain on winni is damn impressive! I've wanted to try a HGH and test cycle for years but hate the thought of such intensive PCT to keep the gains.
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12-30-2012, 09:53 PM
Well, this is the end of the log, my beginning weight was right around 175, and I weighed in at 180.5 bare ass naked this morning. It has been extremely helpful having Endurance on hand before I go lift as both a BCAA source and pump/lactate buffering supplement. What I found worked best was 2 servings taken 25-30min before lifting with about 20oz. of regular water and a single 1g serving of LCarnitine L-Tartrate mixed in. The effects of Endurance were most noticeable on my arm days. Granted, I work them about 3 times a week, and typically with upper back and shoulders. But I am starting to see considerable increases in both strength and size, especially in my forearms and delts. On single arm standing dumbell upright rows my 3 rep max is 120 without chalk or straps. My 3 rep max for dumbell military presses is 180lbs as two 90lb dumbells, however, I did have to use a spot to get them up initially. I'm not a fan of barbell lifts, if I can find a way to substitute anything with dumbells I will. And the idea of rep ranges set in stone for either strength/mass, definition, or endurance is kind of ridiculous. If I'm making good progressive gains with strict form and good mind muscle connection I feel that lifting to exhaustion is the appropriate strategy for me. A supplement like Endurance works great for me because, like the name implies, I am always pushing for more muscle endurance.
I think back to the first time I bought a pre-workout and I'm pretty sure there are gonna be more than a few guys who remember this one. It was about 7 or 8 years ago when MuscleTech first launched NaNo Vapor with the Johnnie Jackson ads all over Muscle and Fitness. Since then I've taken so many different pre-workouts that I quit keeping track, but, that one stands out for me because I bought it without any research of the ingredients. The hype and the "warnings" about how "extreme" it was had me sold the minute I came across that ad. Well, what I'm tangentially getting at with this is, you aren't getting snaked and pitched with something like Endurance. The ingredients per serving are dosed at effective levels, and aren't some obscure Ayurvedic or TCM herbs you have to scour the internet to research.
Thank you to everyone who has followed my log, especially the Formutech reps.This has been an awesome opportunity to log a great product! AM is always a wealth of knowledge from dudes who actually lift.
P.S. Check out wallys' PCT log, he's running Ostarine, it's an interesting SARM developed to treat muscle wasting in lung cancer patients.
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