Tomahawk PeakBeta+ Log (sponsored)

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  1. I want to start by saying thanks to Molecular Nutrition for running the promo to test this out.

    It has a clear and to the point profile. Just 3 ingredients that work.

    *insert PB+ info*

    Diet will be Carb Nite Solution which is in simplistic terms a keto diet with giant carb up days of awesomeness

    Training will be a little less defined. A little bit of this and an little bit of that. Some influence from the Shockwave Protocols and Mountain Dog training.

    Dosing will be on training days only. Probably double dose on certain days.


  2. Yesterday 5/5

    Trained arms. It was a bit slower paced than usual. This workout is usually shorter rest periods focusing on keeping the blood pumped. Even though I took longer rest periods my arms stayed full. Got home with a better than average pump. Which is very surprising since it was day 7 of ultra low carb(under 30 not counting fiber). Seems to have an immediate impact. Did seem to have more strength left doing machine preacher curls which always drop off.

    A nice 1st experience.
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  3. Very good first update, subbed.
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  4. In. Logging it myself as well
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  5. Thanks for subbing.

    Ended up not getting to the gym yesterday. But I still had my carb nite. It was awesome haha. Should help with energy levels for my next for sessions.

    Today I did chest/shoulders

    DB twist press 3 sets of 10 reps
    Incline bb press 5 sets of 5 reps
    Pec deck this was a little more by feel. Did 3 sets increasing the weight.

    Heavy DB swings 3 sets of 25 superset with 1 arm band lateral raise full rom
    1 arm DB upright rows 3 sets of 10

    No real comments on performance. But I swelled up like a puffer fish haha. Chest and shoulders looked huge. Was afraid I wasn't going to fit through the doors haha. Had on a 2X shirt and I was stretching it.
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  6. hahaha that is awesome to hear about the pump, and I got a kick out of that description.

    Im picturing you looking like those cartoons in muscle mags where the guys head looks like a pencil eraser atop his "blowfish swole" huge body by the time you walked out of the gym lol.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by SwolenONE View Post
    hahaha that is awesome to hear about the pump, and I got a kick out of that description.

    Im picturing you looking like those cartoons in muscle mags where the guys head looks like a pencil eraser atop his "blowfish swole" huge body by the time you walked out of the gym lol.
    Haha that is what you get when you pick me as a logger. You should have seen some of my old logs. They were off the wall. But a lot of the members that helped contribute to that type of madness don't really come on anymore. If it wasn't for my super Asian Jackie Chan style hair my head would look tiny on my body haha. When I have my head shaved I look bigger.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    Haha that is what you get when you pick me as a logger. You should have seen some of my old logs. They were off the wall. But a lot of the members that helped contribute to that type of madness don't really come on anymore. If it wasn't for my super Asian Jackie Chan style hair my head would look tiny on my body haha. When I have my head shaved I look bigger.

    lol, entertaining commentary is always a big plus in a log.

    I was cracking up picturing your avi, as the Dos Equis guy, with the Marcus Ruhl big pump leaving the gym fearing he wouldnt fit through the door to exit.

    I guess at that point of being big you truly do just live at the gym as you dont have the option of leaving haha.
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  9. Todays workout ended up being back. This tends to be a longer workout. So many fun lifts to do. So definitely can use the extra endurance on back days.

    1 arm DB rows dead stop 3*8 with fat gripz followed by a set of 12 without. The fat gripz made it tough as hell to hold them. Might not try that again haha.
    Seated cable rows 3*12

    Pull ups 3*5 not exactly easy at this weight haha. Still waiting to be able to get 6. Might start shooting for a total number instead of sets.
    Stretchers 2*12
    Reverse seat lat pull downs with a wide neutral grip 3*10

    Trap bar deadlifts with 3 shrugs at top. No set parameters just go till it got to be too much. Finished with 510 on the bar. The bar is hell on hands. Added liquid grip after each set and used some Versa Grip Pro that were laying around on the 510 set.
    Shrugs with 3 second hold at top 3 sets

    Seemed like a boost in endurance. Had enough gas to keep going even though it was a long workout. I will be honest and say I had a little motivation to stick around in the way of yoga pants and a tank top haha. Grip was the group that really gave out. Back probably could have handled some more abuse. Harder to notice it swell up anyway.

    As far as news on the weight loss. While doing trap bar deadlifts I was able to get the 3rd notch. At my heaviest I was using the 1st notch. Lately 2 had been what I was using but it felt looser today. So I decided to try 3 and got it fairly easy.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by SwolenONE

    lol, entertaining commentary is always a big plus in a log.

    I was cracking up picturing your avi, as the Dos Equis guy, with the Marcus Ruhl big pump leaving the gym fearing he wouldnt fit through the door to exit.

    I guess at that point of being big you truly do just live at the gym as you dont have the option of leaving haha.
    It used to be crazy. The topics of discussion got wild and weird haha.

    Haha ya I have had that avi for a long time. Heretostudy made it a while back when my logs were epic.

    Haha imagine a delivery guy showing up to an address and its a gym haha.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    It used to be crazy. The topics of discussion got wild and weird haha.

    Haha ya I have had that avi for a long time. Heretostudy made it a while back when my logs were epic.

    Haha imagine a delivery guy showing up to an address and its a gym haha.
    LOL!

    Hopefully we can gather a crew of followers of your old logs!
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by SwolenONE

    LOL!

    Hopefully we can gather a crew of followers of your old logs!
    Uh oh watch out for this guy. I think we have found a necromancer haha.

    Today is a rest day. Was planning on taking the day off but it was confirmed when I didn't sleep much last night. Tomorrow getting a much needed massage then probably going to train legs. See how much gas I have in the tank. Also check how my belt fits for squats.

  13. Massage and leg training, sounds like a good Saturday!

    I always train legs Sunday night, putting an abrupt end to my weekend haha.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by SwolenONE
    Massage and leg training, sounds like a good Saturday!

    I always train legs Sunday night, putting an abrupt end to my weekend haha.
    The massage was much needed and damn good today. Put a hurting on my sore body. My forearms were fried from back. But she really helped my back which has been bothering me because of my bed.

    Just popped 4 PeakBeta+ about to sip on some coffee, coconut oil, heavy whipping cream, Kerry Gold gf butter, and a dash of protein haha. Then another 4 PeakBeta+ down the hatch.

    Right now I am just going on a rotation. Hammering out the details as I go. Want to get legs the day after my big Carb Nite to wipe out some glycogen stores. Up next will be chest/shoulders followed by back. The night of my Carb Nite I want to do arms. One it will be when I have the least glycogen and it is supposed to really spark growth. At least 4 days but no more than 7 days between Carb Nites so obviously some rest days in between by feel.

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    Haha that is what you get when you pick me as a logger. You should have seen some of my old logs. They were off the wall. But a lot of the members that helped contribute to that type of madness don't really come on anymore. If it wasn't for my super Asian Jackie Chan style hair my head would look tiny on my body haha. When I have my head shaved I look bigger.
    so just get a tomahawk i mean mohawk, lol.
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    The massage was much needed and damn good today. Put a hurting on my sore body. My forearms were fried from back. But she really helped my back which has been bothering me because of my bed.

    Just popped 4 PeakBeta+ about to sip on some coffee, coconut oil, heavy whipping cream, Kerry Gold gf butter, and a dash of protein haha. Then another 4 PeakBeta+ down the hatch.

    Right now I am just going on a rotation. Hammering out the details as I go. Want to get legs the day after my big Carb Nite to wipe out some glycogen stores. Up next will be chest/shoulders followed by back. The night of my Carb Nite I want to do arms. One it will be when I have the least glycogen and it is supposed to really spark growth. At least 4 days but no more than 7 days between Carb Nites so obviously some rest days in between by feel.
    too bad you couldn't combine the massage with the coconut oil/whipping cream and butter...
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt

    too bad you couldn't combine the massage with the coconut oil/whipping cream and butter...
    Haha idk if I could deal with the extra attention that comes with a mohawk.

    I wouldn't have minded that at all. By no means hot but meh haha. The massage therapist I had before was better looking and would always wear stretchy pants that made her ass look good. But it seems like this one gets more done in the allotted hour.

    Not going to go into detail about my workout yet but I will say I did something I can not recall before.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    Haha idk if I could deal with the extra attention that comes with a mohawk.

    I wouldn't have minded that at all. By no means hot but meh haha. The massage therapist I had before was better looking and would always wear stretchy pants that made her ass look good. But it seems like this one gets more done in the allotted hour.

    Not going to go into detail about my workout yet but I will say I did something I can not recall before.
    i remember the discussion about that therapist and those stretchy pants...
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt

    i remember the discussion about that therapist and those stretchy pants...
    She was a little thick but damn those kind of pants do wonders.

    Alright time to talk workout.

    Lying leg curls 3*8 then set of 8 followed by 25 partials

    Squats worked up to 385*5
    Leg press 3*10

    Deadlifts worked up to 550*3

    Seated calf raise 3*failure
    Tibilias(sp?) raise 3*15

    I can't recall a workout where I did both squats and deadlifts with such weight. Definitely one of my tougher workouts. Add on top of the fact that I have had less than 30 grams of carbs a day start Tuesday. Although I foresee leg soreness in my future haha. Also plan on icing my back. To be honest I didn't look for leg pumps. The reps were low on squats and deadlifts and were all about that power. Although my hams swelled up on lying leg curls and my quads tightened up on leg press especially doing constant tension reps.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    She was a little thick but damn those kind of pants do wonders.

    Alright time to talk workout.

    Lying leg curls 3*8 then set of 8 followed by 25 partials

    Squats worked up to 385*5
    Leg press 3*10

    Deadlifts worked up to 550*3

    Seated calf raise 3*failure
    Tibilias(sp?) raise 3*15

    I can't recall a workout where I did both squats and deadlifts with such weight. Definitely one of my tougher workouts. Add on top of the fact that I have had less than 30 grams of carbs a day start Tuesday. Although I foresee leg soreness in my future haha. Also plan on icing my back. To be honest I didn't look for leg pumps. The reps were low on squats and deadlifts and were all about that power. Although my hams swelled up on lying leg curls and my quads tightened up on leg press especially doing constant tension reps.
    i can see a pump from those leg curls/presses!!! damn...that is a lot of weight!!!!!
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt

    i can see a pump from those leg curls/presses!!! damn...that is a lot of weight!!!!!
    Ya the leg curls were about pumping up my hamstrings for squats. Especially doing those partials on the last set. Gives a nice base when on the bottom of the lift.

    I was only using 6 plates per side on leg press but the way I was doing them made them feel heavy as hell. If I can get more out of using less weight awesome.

    Was not expecting to be able to do so well on deadlifts. That was another 5 pounds from the last time I did them.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    Ya the leg curls were about pumping up my hamstrings for squats. Especially doing those partials on the last set. Gives a nice base when on the bottom of the lift.

    I was only using 6 plates per side on leg press but the way I was doing them made them feel heavy as hell. If I can get more out of using less weight awesome.

    Was not expecting to be able to do so well on deadlifts. That was another 5 pounds from the last time I did them.
    any difference in your weight from the last time?
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    any difference in your weight from the last time?
    Havent really been checking the scale. Don't really have an accurate one at home. But I have definitely lost weight. At the very least water and carbs. Last time I did deadlifts(first) I was carbed up and ready to go. Almost my belts feels looser. Definitely need to lose some of this fat man girth. When I was at a pool party I had a fat girl basically call me fat. So it is time to get rid of some chub.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    Havent really been checking the scale. Don't really have an accurate one at home. But I have definitely lost weight. At the very least water and carbs. Last time I did deadlifts(first) I was carbed up and ready to go. Almost my belts feels looser. Definitely need to lose some of this fat man girth. When I was at a pool party I had a fat girl basically call me fat. So it is time to get rid of some chub.
    gonna be difficult to keep putting up those numbers while cutting weight....you might have to sacrifice some strength while cutting down, but i think you could build back up over time at a lesser weight.
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt

    gonna be difficult to keep putting up those numbers while cutting weight....you might have to sacrifice some strength while cutting down, but i think you could build back up over time at a lesser weight.
    The thing is I am eating at a level most would consider maintenance haha. My calories are in the 2700 to 3100 range almost everyday. And then I have a day where I go carb crazy. Just have to tone down the volume towards the end of the week. Which is why legs will be the 1st workout I do after carb nite from now on.

  26. Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    The thing is I am eating at a level most would consider maintenance haha. My calories are in the 2700 to 3100 range almost everyday. And then I have a day where I go carb crazy. Just have to tone down the volume towards the end of the week. Which is why legs will be the 1st workout I do after carb nite from now on.
    ok...i guess it doesn't matter which route you take to get there...as long as you get there.
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  27. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt

    ok...i guess it doesn't matter which route you take to get there...as long as you get there.
    Just seems to be the way that will actually work for me. Couldn't lose any significant amount of weight before without massive muscle and strength loss.

    Today is my Carb Nite and arms day. Started off with Chinese take out. More food to follow.

    For my workout it was short and to the point. All about that pump. Took 2 doses of PeakBeta+ 1 before and 1 after coffee.

    Reverse curls with ez bar 5*10 short rest
    Rope triceps 5*10 short rest

    Cross body 1 arm at a time hammer curls 3*10 with fat gripz
    Dip machine 3*10

    Preacher curl machine 3 rest pause slight drop set
    JM press 3*5

    Overhead rope triceps ext superset with DB curls 3 sets

    Had a hell of a pump. No carbs and filled my arms up. Biceps seemed to really steal the pump. Hoping this protocol will help them grow and form a bit more. Always felt like my barrel torso overpowered them. Strength wasn't really a concern. It was more about limiting rest and focus on the contraction.

  28. WOW, I did not expect to see 550lb deadlifts at the end of that list of exercises!!

    That is one hell of a workout, way to put yourself and PB+ to the test!
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  29. Quote Originally Posted by SwolenONE
    WOW, I did not expect to see 550lb deadlifts at the end of that list of exercises!!

    That is one hell of a workout, way to put yourself and PB+ to the test!
    You and me both haha.

    I wouldn't call it a personal best but never done squats and deadlifts that heavy in the same workout.

  30. Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    You and me both haha.

    I wouldn't call it a personal best but never done squats and deadlifts that heavy in the same workout.
    I used to do them together when I did more of a powerlifting like split as I would never recover enough from going all out on squats to give it my all on DL as my hams would be sore for a good 4-5 days so there was no convenient way of timing both workouts.

    It took damn near a whole week for the lower body to recover from doing squats and dl together, but overall it worked out better than doing them a few days apart.

    As somebody who is a volume junkie no matter what type of split I do, PB+ is quite excellent in allowing me to just keep going and going.
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