X-Gel'n my way to Rocky III
- 04-26-2013, 02:37 AM
X-Gel'n my way to Rocky III
Day One of Twenty-Five:
Thanks to wardbird (and Mack411 for the vote of confidence) to letting me run a bottle of SNS' new and improved X-Gels! When I had heard they were coming out with a new version, I was eager to give this a shot. I know SNS pumps out quality products so I'm in good hands.
(Be warned: I write a lot!)
You can read about what is product is all about here.
I've ran an ArA product before, however I didn't have my training and diet quite dialed in. But, after hitting it hard and with some good supps to help me break some barriers, I feel I'm primed to run this hard and see what types of achievements I can attain.
*X-Gels: 4 before working out, 4 throughout the day on non-workout days.
*Intimidate: read that X-Gels pairs up well with a test booster. I'm two days into taking this.
*LG's T-911: don't have it yet, but will get it running tomorrow evening. Again, something to pair well with X-Gels.
-pantothenic acid and LCLT (helps with my acne flare ups)
I'm working out four days a week and just switched up to two on, one off. I used to go four days straight, but I started lifting heavier and my body was yearning for more rest. I'm also taking Krav Maga at least once a week. That's a good hour of cardio and solid self-defense training. Some weeks I might go twice a week, but I like to gauge this by listening to my body when it needs rest.
By this Saturday (4-27-13), I will have done 2 days of Krav; in addition to two workouts with X-Gels.
Just one: look like Stallone via Rocky III. I grew up on the Rocky series and as of late, have become quite fond of Rocky Balboa. I know X-Gels can help me build more lean muscle and achieve a look similar to what I'm after. Also, I'm prepared for the DOMS that follow. One sign that the product is working!
Today was legs.
Warmed-up with some burpees. Man, these are great, but my left knee felt a little funky doing them.
I like doing these before hitting squats. It helps my knee and doing them today gave me more solidity in my left knee. (Side note: I hurt it many years ago and it's never been the same. Took me this year to get it stronger to build my squat, which has eased the pain. Although, I think the Krav training is giving it more exertion as I'm using muscles I rarely engage.)
I got a bit too frisky with these and went for the 190. Got them all done, all without knee issues, but I knew that trying to get to five sets might not have been possible. I figured I was good in that area, so I lowered the weight to get in some more work. Last set was brutal, but felt good. I do have to be mindful of the knee and not go all out, but enough to engage the quads. Still need more work on these and hopefully X-Gels will give me that added boost!
Wanted to get in a good stretch and these were just what the doctor ordered. Could have gone heavier, but I think I'll up the reps on these as I could feel a better stretch towards the end of the third set and as I ran the fourth set. Still trying to get my form better on these, but, practice, practice, practice will get me there.
Just found out about these this week and felt I could use them. I started light to find my groove and rhythm. Finally did so on the last set. Only problem is, my bench moves so I have to be careful as I do these so I'm not sliding. I could feel a difference in the hammys, glutes, lower back and core. This will take time to get better and stronger, but Krav training is telling me how much I need to build up my core.
Leg Raises: 3 sets of 10 reps. Good to get in some ab work afterwards. I think I'll do some every other session.
Well, that's that for today. If all is well, I'll be in some great pain either tomorrow or more than likely on Saturday. I'm getting a massage that day, so it should help. Well see!
I got the eye of the tiger...the EDGE!
- 04-26-2013, 08:40 AM
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04-26-2013, 10:25 AM
04-26-2013, 10:42 AM
04-27-2013, 01:25 AM
Day Two of Twenty-Five:
Not any soreness to speak of from yesterday's leg workout. Understandable as that was the very first dosage of X-Gels.
Today was arms, and I wanted to go higher rep and moderate weight, really get in a good burn going on to let all that juicy ArA do its thing. I read that it was suggested to take four pills approximately 45 minutes before training, so as to get in a good pump. Well, I've been done for almost two hours now and while I'm not as swoll as I was during the workout itself, the biceps are looking stout. Still have some leftover pumpage, to coin a phrase.
I did take a pre-workout (micro Jack3d) but I have not had this type of sustained pump from most pre-workouts I'ved used in the past. Sure, I'll get in a good one during the workout, but my arms are still holding form. I won't put this solely on X-Gels, but I know it had aided in maintaing the pump this long.
Over the past several weeks, I've been able to up the weight on these, so I didn't think that going to a lower weight and more reps would do much. Thankfully, I was wrong in that assessment. From the third set on, the front delts were on fire! Friggin' sweet burn! Damn things were popping and locking like Kurtis Blow (nod to Tupac.) Final set delightfully brutal.
I thought the final landmine set was brutal, these bastards came with a vengeance. Stupid burn on these buggers! Shoulders looked like cannonballs and I had not had a nice, overall pump like that in probably ever. I loved it! Took everything I had, but...got 'em!
-3x20x50 lb plates
YIKES! I've been doing these via a barbell, but opted for the plates themselves so as to get in a better stretch. It worked. After I set them down, the traps were so activated, they were jumping up on their own. Killer! Good pump just the same!
Close-Grip Bench Press:
These can be tricky on me at times, due to the left shoulder. Seems that the further along I go (as well as rest) the better the shoulder gets. As such, the left triceps is not up to par with the right, so I make sure the bar's balanced during each press. I felt it today on the left triceps.
Standing Triceps Extension:
Really tried to let the triceps do all the work, the old mind-muscle connection going on. Left shoulder again gets funky, but with some patience, I was able to dial it in just right. After the second set, I could feel a stronger pump and more "heft" in the triceps, more than likely due to the nature of the stretch the exercise demands.
-3x15x30 (using Arm Blaster)
I'd been going to heavy on these and not really getting that mind-muscle connection going on in the biceps. I trashed my ego and put on a comfortable weight where I'd fail right around fifteen reps. Found it! What a difference! Biceps were smoked and the left biceps was joining the pump party. Took all I had to finish the final set, but form was strict all the way through.
Reverse-Grip Barbell Curls:
Same like above, got in a better burn and dialing-in of the biceps and upper forearms. I hate my forearms. They're puny like my calves, but, that's why I'm here, to change all that! Slow and steady wins the race and I ain't in any rush. Just enjoying the training! Final set was awesome, left arm really getting into the groove.
Two done, twenty-three to go. If X-Gels is showing early signs of working, I'd say I'm able to benefit from the pumps as stated in the write-up. If this is just a start, then I'm ready to face Clubber Lang!
GO FOR IT!!!
04-27-2013, 11:58 PM
Day Three of Twenty-Five
Day Three of Twenty-Five:
No lifting today, just the hour of Krav Maga. It was brutal today. My cardio is weak, which is one of the reasons I signed up for it. Get the best of both worlds.
Wasn't sore this morning, but did feel it somewhat in the right glute, hammy region. Arms and shoulder don't feel too bad either and in today's session, I had to keep my arms and shoulders going quite a bit. I managed just fine.
Took two with lunch and two with a later meal.
Just keep punching, Apollo!
04-28-2013, 12:05 AM
This log is already off to a great start,love the detail,thanks a lot man!
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04-29-2013, 02:30 AM
Day Four of Twenty-Five
Day Four of Twenty-Five:
No workouts or training, but I did break a good sweat cleaning up my apartment. Not that it was messy, but the heat was starting to get up there and I try to only use the air at night to curb costs on the power bill. Also, did a bit of cooking for lunch and to prep my lunch for tomorrow.
I like taking two pills per meal on days I do not train. It makes it easier for me to remember and is convenient.
Mild soreness in the right arm, but nothing major. This week will be the test, though. Gonna put myself through the ringer and see how clean I can get.
Just takes time, baby, just take time. It'll come.
04-29-2013, 11:03 PM
Just for clarification are we doing weight in kg? Sorry if that was already discussed
04-30-2013, 01:33 AM
Day Five of Twenty-Five:
Felt some soreness in my upper hammy, lower right buttock this morning. Considering I had done squats on Thursday and some Krav on Saturday, I'm chalking this up to the Krav as the trainer put me through some grueling pre-warmups before we began. I was hoping my left would be sore as well, but wondering if that left knee is keeping it from feeling as such. Oh well. At any rate, more time was spent on my right, since it is my predominate side.
Yesterday, I came across Layne Norton's PHAT routine. It was something that sounded appealing and something along the lines of what I was hoping to incorporate on my own, but why bother, now that someone of his caliber has done so. I've decided to incorporate this type of training, albeit tailoring it to where I'm at right now and with the equipment I have at my disposal.
Today was the first day, but it will take some time to get it all into working order, even though today was a great workout and I was able to finish all my planned exercises with great energy and able to see them through. Will tweak it, obviously, as each subsequent exercise day is finished. I really like the approach and feel that the X-Gels will allow me to respond quite well.
-2x10x90 (warm-up set)
I think I got a tad frisky on my warm-ups. Don't ask me why, as I myself kept wanting to know the answer to that question as well. Oh well. Chalk it up to first time goof-ups. I wanted to hit it harder on these, but I knew I would not be able to get in good form with heavier weights. Next week I'll tweak this to get it in order.
Found the right hand spacing for myself. Once I did, eight was a great amount and could feel it all the way through. However, not feeling it quite as prominently in my left side as I do in my right. (As of this writing, I can feel it some what.)
Pullups: 7, 6. Bodyweight on these. In the coming months, I'll grab a belt to attach some weights to do them weighted. I was impressed that I had the power I did given I had started with the two heavy exercises first. Felt great!
The first heavy set felt light, but it got heavier on the last set, despite resting plenty of minutes in between each set. What a difference it makes, taking the proper rest time one needs to take when lifting heavy. Just barely tapped 170 last week. Gonna see if I can go for 180 next week.
Didn't want to go to silly, but felt 60 was not good enough, weight wise. 70 was right on the money. Could have gone for more, but that would have been pushing failure unnecessarily.
EZ Barbell curls:
Having just done these on Friday and having a had good run at 30, I upped the weight since I was going to be hitting less reps. To my surprise, the biceps responded quite well, hence the increase. 50, again, was the right amount and got in two good, heavy sets...for me at least. Again, I'll see if I can go heavier, but not at the cost of losing form.
Hadn't done these in some time, as I couldn't get the left triceps engaged properly without the shoulder getting funky on me. To my surprise, 30 was not heavy enough. 40 felt good, but I could have probably added another five pounds to the mix.
Again, as of this writing, I'm feeling some taut muscles in my back. Not cramp-wise, just knowing that they've been worked hard. Liking this routine so far. It will take time to dial in things just right, but, that's half the fun.
I did not experience the pumps like I had on Friday, but then again, I was doing moderate weight with more reps. I'll see how the planned hypertrophy days come through in the pump category.
04-30-2013, 10:00 AM
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04-30-2013, 10:33 AM
04-30-2013, 12:26 PM
04-30-2013, 12:37 PM
On Saturday, I had to do 10 burpees, followed by 30 mountain climbers (which I had never done) and finished up with 10 triple jump squats. I had to run that twice. I was gassed, but it felt good. I pushed myself as far as I could go and the damn thighs were swoll. There was a lot more punching and keeping my arms up that day, so the shoulders got in some more work.
"Hell you ain't been hungry since you won that belt!"
04-30-2013, 01:39 PM
In on this! Not sure how I missed it. Just started my X Gels on Sunday
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05-01-2013, 02:15 AM
Day Six of Twenty-Five:
Later on in the day, I've been feeling some tightness/soreness in certain regions of the upper body. If DOMS do live up to their name, tomorrow should be fun! I'm a masochist for the soreness. I like it. A different type of mind-muscle connection...haha!
Last night I took some Slin-Sane before going to bed, having read that thread about GDA confusion. In that thread, others had posted that they often take theirs just before bed and notice deeper sleep and a leaner physique in the morning. Intrigued, I decided to give this a go. I did have said deep sleep and some intense dreams. I wouldn't say nightmares, but quite tangential in their delivery. Almost like watching a movie, yet being in it at the same time. Wild!
Woke up looking a touch leaner, but not sure how much of it was in my head. I'm almost done with my bottle, so I'll keep doing this till I'm out. If by the time I'm down I see some differences or do indeed benefit from a deeper sleep, I'll more than likely play this out and see how it fares. (Thank God I got a bonus at work--more supps....like I need them! )
Upon closer inspection, these are loafers, er, I mean, I will have to up my food intake. Nothing major, just figuring with some weight I've gained in the past weeks, in addition to some mild fat loss, I want to take full advantage of the ArA, and to also keep my infinite bulking going on. I don't think I'll ever cut! HAHA! Not that I'm in shows or the like, I just like being big. That all might change, depending on how this year plays out.
I warmed up with some burpees, some mountain climbers and jump squats to get the blood flowing and the sweat going on. Effective and efficient.
Wasn't sure if I would be able to get the weight up and get in at least three reps. Everything held together and if anything, my form allowed me to finish, even though I know I need to work on my form as I finish out the set. Just something I can tell, but not hindering me in any way. There's always room to clean things up. Rested a bit longer for the final set and got out five just fine. Gonna bump this up 10 pounds next week and see how I fare. Within the last four leg workouts, I've been able to add 30 pounds on the squat.
Should have gone heavier, but again, form would have been ugly, so, what's the point. Got in ten good reps on each set, holding the squeeze at the top for a good second. Maybe I'll increase that to get more out of it.
As the sets go on, I always feel it more in the hammies, a better stretch, sometimes even through into the toes. This was a good sequence today.
This is a weak part for me, at least going on leg curls. Surprisingly, it wasn't too bad today. Hammies felt stronger and I was able to get in clean reps all the way through. I was stoked!
Will need to tweak these again. Hadn't done weighted calf raises in some time. I want to get in a deep stretch, but also go heavy. All about finding that right balance.
"He ain't gonna kiss ya, he gonna kill ya!"
05-01-2013, 03:25 AM
Crap bro you are running this!?!? im in! ill be running this in 2-3 weeks.. I got two bottles. 6-8 pre workout 4x per week.
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05-01-2013, 12:28 PM
I sure am! SNS granted me a bottle to run for them. I like your approach with using them on workout days. Hadn't thought about that. You gonna run a log during your run?
05-01-2013, 03:08 PM
The DOMS will come, don't you worry!
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05-01-2013, 04:34 PM
05-02-2013, 02:10 AM
Day Seven of Twenty-Five:
A full week running X-Gels now. I'm seeing the start of some nice definition. It feels like a mild pump, but I'll say that the muscles are starting to come together, a la The Beatles, and feel firmer. This is exactly what I wanted and if it is only the beginning, then I'm in for more of the same.
No workout today. Today was rest and take things easy. I get back at it tomorrow. Looking forward to it. Something's always seems missing when I don't workout. I knew I missed, having taken such a long break--too long in fact--but now, it seems like I plan my entire life around when I lift and what exercises I do. It certainly has brought some much needed discipline in my life, but it's a great joy, something I look forward to.
Something to be said about the immediacy of hitting goals and watching your body transform. Sure it takes time, but the results are so satisfying, once you reach them, it doesn't seem as it took that long. I'm thankful I got back into the game!
05-02-2013, 03:03 AM
Keep up the good work. You should soon start seeing some pretty fun effects
05-02-2013, 12:29 PM
05-03-2013, 01:55 AM
Day Eight of Twenty-Five:
Good workout today. Taking a bit to get used to this routine, but I'm enjoying it so far. After I showered, I noticed that the my veins are looking greener than usual, as though they're slightly glowing, but not full on radiation status, more like their color is coming through more prominently than I've known them to be. It's only happened once. Not that I'm complaining. It's giving me a freaky look that I like.
Bent-Over Rows: (for speed)
90 felt too light, but 100 didn't feel that much heavier. Either I'll up the weight next week or take a shorter rest period. Still, got in a good session with these, trying to pull the weight as fast as possible and maintain solid form. All about learning.
Started at 150 and knew it'd be a struggle to get up to at least eight reps. Lowered the weight immediately and cranked them out. Weight was good and got through these just fine.
Stopped short of reaching failure. Knew it was coming up and could have belted out the last set, but per the instructions on this routine, going to failure is not necessary and not advised. On the first set, I gripped the handle more so with my fingers than with a tight grip. Trying to make them like hooks. I could feel it in the left side more so, considering it's not up to speed like the right. 80 felt light at first...the further I went along, it was just right.
-15x50lb weight plates
-12x50lb weight plates
On the second set, I rested the fat part of my fingers on the handles of the plates. Got in a better stretch on the traps and it showed up as getting to 12 was taxing. Good stuff.
One-Arm Cable Rows: (via resistance band)
A bit tricky getting these engaged. Had planned on going with pullovers, but figured I'd give these a go. I think I'll opt for my rope attachment and work this exercise that way, pulling towards the knees. The bands I have were too much weight so I had to get a bit creative to get something going. All about learning!
Sweet! 50 doesn't sound like much, but once you reach the teens, the burns ensues. Good...I want the ArA to take full advantage of the higher reps, and the entire PHAT routine as a whole. I love these, but might go to seated presses next week just to give the muscles a different workout.
Burn, baby, burn! Great session belting these out. I feel the left shoulder is getting better and trying to get back into it's rightful place. Slow and steady wins the race.
"And the way to get it back, is to go back to the beginning. Know what I'm saying?"
05-04-2013, 03:51 AM
Day Nine of Twenty-Five:
Good leg workout today. Was able to walk afterwards, so, not certain how good it was. HAHA! Noticing better mass in the upper thigh region and more taut hammies. I might not get to Tom Platz level, but if I can get some good size and noticeable definition, I'll be happy.
Squats (for speed):
I wasn't sure how I'd fare on these, but it all came together beautifully. I could have upped the weight, but I need to work on my explosion coming out of the hole, so in essence, I dialed it in right. First time with all of this so I need to pace myself and live to lift another day.
Good, mild burn here. Felt upper quads squeezing and getting more involved than I've known them to. All around, it worked beautifully. I was a tad skeptical as to how this would all pan out for me, but the more I went at it, the better it got.
Sweet stretch and good burn. I can feel the hammies getting stronger and the muscles going all the way down to my heels. Feel more stabilized and steady.
Still weak on these, but it's all good. Left hammy can get funky on me, but it all blended just nicely today.
Calf Raises: 3 sets of 30 toes straight, 30 toes out and 30 toes in
These always kill me the next day. I might be feeling it for a while. LOVELY!
So far so good. Alls well that trains well!
"THERE IS NO TOMORROW!"
05-04-2013, 11:05 PM
Thanks, Dirty D!
Funny thing about burpees: it wasn't until last month that I had every actually done them. We had a work wellness retreat and were split up into teams. It was an obstacle course setup and one of the stations was burpees. I gave it a go and was spent! So taxing on the body. I didn't mind them too much and since doing them with the krav training, it's been fun. I'm a masochist like that! HAHA!
05-05-2013, 03:40 AM
Day Ten of Twenty-Five:
Had some nice pumps with today's workout. Overall, I'm having a nice tightening of the muscles, as though bags of sand are slowly filling up. I know part of it, a good majority is due to the X-Gels. I have not changed my diet much, save for eating more and this is the first week following the PHAT routine. It's all blending together quite nicely and I feel my body is making the most of what ArA has to offer. No DOMS, but I'm sure that will all change.
If anything, it feels like when I was exercising as a teen, at around 15, 16 years old. Muscles got tighter with each lifting session and I had good definition and separation, despite eating like a teen would, even one that knew better and not training with a dedicated routine. Flash-forward nearly 20 years later, and I feel I have better musculature than at that age. But, I feel my body is beginning to get primed to have that advantage I did all those years ago. No wonder it stated in the write-up to take this with a good test booster. It can only aid in augmenting one's hard training and solid nutrition.
Flat Bench Press: (for speed)
Wasn't sure how this would all play out, what with the funky left shoulder. But, 115 felt good, but I knew I could up it five more pounds and still take advantage. Worked out just fine.
Incline Bench Press:
Wasn't sure how heavy to go, then remembered it's all about hypertrophy on these days. 100 was just right and had good movement all the way through.
Incline Pushups: 3x12. I like doing these. Helps out the shoulders and triceps, and get in a good burn, stretch on the pecs. Twelve doesn't sound like much until you reach nine, then it does!
EZ Barbell Curls:
Good pump and good stretch. Really let the biceps do all the lifting, engaging them so they could make the most of it.
These always kill the left biceps and forearm. Got a good pump all the way through. Could barely move my arms as they were quite engorged from the prior exercise. Need to work on these.
One-Arm Cable Curls: (via resistance band)
Left biceps needs help. Always inferior to the right. I think it all has to do with how the left shoulder feels. Takes a while to get the proper alignment to the biceps does the curling. It's also weak, so, will take time to get this in shape. Still, it all benefited just the same.
30 felt light and 40 was good. Went slower and had better control on these than I have had in the past. Left triceps is getting in a better stretch and about 2 hours after I had finished, I could see it starting to pop out, right where it meets the left delt. Tears of joy at seeing that. Hard work is paying off. Now....it's GO time!
Cable Pressdowns: (via resistance band)
I can feel the left shoulder moving as I start these, but once I get it going, usually after the first rep on the first set, all is well. Burn city for these mofos. Loved each and every rep going down. Not strong on these as I'd like to be, but now I'm mad!
Cable Kickbacks: (via resistance band)
Burn, burn, burn. I hope to all heck I'm sore tomorrow or even on Monday. I want to be in pain as I'm typing at work, to feel the muscle twitch with certain movements and catch myself in pain if I move too suddenly. X-GEL YEAH!!
"Yeah. You see that look in their eyes, Rock? When we fought, I trained hard, but I didn't have that look in my eyes. You had it. You won."
05-06-2013, 11:38 AM
aghh feels good to be 15 or 16 again ..dont it
im just on my day2 .. try stacking this bad boy with sns agmatine
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05-07-2013, 02:10 AM
Day Twelve of Twenty-Five:
Staring the second week in running PHAT. I was looking forward to today's workout since Sunday. I wanted to go heavier on bent-over rows and add another 10 pounds to my bench. I was only able to do one of those today. Bench is still lacking. But, I was humbled today on a few exercises. However, after the workout, I was swoll all over the place. Everything looked massive. Loved it!
Bent-Over Rows: (power)
Definitely got in more weight this time around, especially since I didn't go so heavy on the warm-up sets. I'm slow on these, not really jerking the weight up or trying to give it another go as I reach as far top as I can go. Not sure if I should dial it down just a bit, but I am able to get in clean reps all the way through. Felt boss after I got done with these.
I seem to get more reps in after the first set. Guess it is fitting since my body gets more acclimated after that first set. Got in a better stretch. Will have to focus more on my left arm position as I seem to only feel a greater burn in the right, upper side of my back. I really like belting these out.
Pullups: 7,7. I'm surprised I can do more after hitting those first two exercises. In the coming weeks--I might have said this last week--I'l be getting a belt to attach some weights. Still, was able to get in clean reps and hold form.
Disappointed. I think I might have gassed my self with the heavy rowing, as I could only do one rep of my target weight of 180. I might have been overzealous in making such a leap. Again, nicely humbled and I could barely get to four on the last set. I've adjusted my form, trying to activate as much of the pectorals as much as possible, so, that might have contributed to this as well. I definitely felt it on the second set. Left pec not up to par as the right. Still looks good though. Next week, I'll try for 175.
Seated Overhead Press:
Did a quick warm-up considering it's been some time since I last did these and wanted to get the muscles ready for more weight. Might go heavier next week and try to fail at about six reps. Shoulders felt great after this.
EZ Barbell Curls:
Not much difference in weight from the hypertrophy day, but I knew that by going too heavy, I would not be activating the biceps themselves. I upped the weight on the last set. I'll probably start their next week and see if I can get six world-class reps out of it.
Rough, but solid. Right triceps much stronger than the left, but I'm focusing on keeping that bar level and not favoring the stronger side. Getting in a deeper stretch, as I notice a better pump in the upper part, where it meets the rear delt.
Again, I was swoll like mad. This was one long workout, if only because of the lengthy rest in between the power sets. I always chug BCAAs throughout the routine (ModernBCAA+) and the pre-workout gave me a good boost to keep it altogether. Just gonna keep powering through it.
"I saw you beat that man like I ain't ever seen no man get beat before and the man kept coming after you."
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