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    day[38].workout


    Circuits:4
    Reps:11
    Rest:10s (90s after circuit)

    A1)Good Mornings :good: 145x11(4);
    rest 10s
    A2)DB RDL's:465x11(4);
    rest 10s
    A3)Reverse Alt. DB Lunges:30x22(4);
    rest 90s repeat
    //By the 3rd circuit, it was quite the chore once I got to the rev lunges

    B1)Incline BB Press:175x11(4);
    // Weight just feels heavy, but I jumped up 10lbs from last week. Almost got the 3rd set stuck on me, so I got a spotter for the last set. And just knowing someone was there in case I got stuck, gave me the fortitude to put the last set-up as easy as the first set...
    r10s
    B2)Standing BB Press:95x11(2), 85,65x6,4, 75x11;
    // Weight felt good on the first circuit, but after the 2nd circuit and incline press, the weight started to get heavy real fast
    r10s
    B3)DB Side Raises:10x11, 15x11, 20x11(2);
    r90s repeat

    C1)Hammer Strength Pulldown:160x11, 180x11(3);
    r10s
    C2)BB Rows:135x11(4);
    r10s
    C3)E-Z Bar Upright rows:50x11, 70x11(2), 60x11;
    r90s repeat

    Stretching

    Wow, these metabolic/lactate workouts are kicking my butt. I had a workout partner for the first few weeks, but looks like he bailed on me, because he hasn't showed for the last 3 weeks, and just says he is too busy to go lift.

    When I leave I am drenched in sweat. Heartbeat is beating out of my chest...

    Today though I feel pretty good. I think the Replenish helped out dramatically in recovery.

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    6:30am - 3 scoops Xtend + Poseidon + Paravol + TNA + Reset + GXR + Venom 3.0 + Beta-7

    kcal/fat/carbs/pro
    7:00am Meal 1 - 258/6.15/14/36.6
    2oz of Beef Jerky
    1/2 cup of Egg Beaters - Southwestern
    4 caps Flameout (EFA) + 1 cap Rebound Reloaded + Multi + Special Tactics + T-X + Retain 2


    11:00am - 35/1/4/2
    GREENS+ Wild Berry Burst
    //Been slacking on teh Veggies, so I need supplement my veggies. The down side is, the taste. If I ground my grass after mowing it and threw a few raspberries and drank it, it would proally taste real similir; but I might get some added protein if I missed a couple dog pooos...I feed my bully aminos and other vitamin treats

    11:30am25/1.5/0/0
    Poseidon + PowerDrive + BA
    // A great mental booster

    12:30pm pre-GGP
    Poseidon + 3 scoops Xtend + Retain v2 + LipoDerm w/clen + GRX

    1:00pm peri-GGP
    Poseidon + 3 scoops Xtend

    1:45pm post-GGP - 36/0/3/6
    Evolution X10 + Poseidon + Retain 2 + TNA
    Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCL) 36mg 1800%
    Vitamin B12 (pyridoxine HCL) 100mcg 1667%
    Magnesium (as magnesium phosphate) 40mg 10%
    Phosphorus (as magnesium phosphate) 51mg 5%
    Sodium (as sodium chloride) 160mg 7%
    Amino Hyperhydration Complex:
    [Replenish BCAA Matrix ( L-Leucine, L-Valine, L- Isoleucine), MagnaLoad Creatine Matrix ( Creatine Monohydrate, Creatine MagnaPower Glycerol), Whey ProteinHydrolysate, Whey Protein Isolate, Casein Hydrolysate, Magnesium Glycyle Glutamine, Chromium, Chelavite]


    2:00-3:30pm Meal 2 - 336/16/16/35.7
    2 Chicken Breasts + Fruit Bowl + Myo-D + 3xFish Fats + Special Tactics + T-X + RR
    // Ouch, only my 2nd meal. This is why I've been mixing in shakes, because I get busy at work and Skip a meal or two...And now, I can't eat. It took me 1.5 hours to eat my chicken, and I feel like I am going to burst...

    // Received a call from a client, so I had to go on site and do some work. I mixed 8 scoops of Xtend + 2 scoops of Poseidon until I was able to eat...

    8:30pm
    Paravol + GRX + Rest A.D. + TNA + Carbolin-19

    9:00pm - Meal 3369/17/26/30
    Arby's Martha's Vineyard Salad w/ Sliced Almonds + RR + T-X + Sesanol

    //Horrible day for diet. I just hope the BCAA's helped keep catabolism in check. This is what my schedule last few weeks, but instead of not eating I would pick up some type of crappy food. Next week this will not be an issue, because I will be prepared to take food on the road

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    Total Caloric Intake: 723/25.65/38/74.6
    Daily Caloric Intake: 2094/87/49/278
    Last edited by xjsynx; 05-18-2007 at 10:13 AM.
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    GGP Session

    Hybrid Burpee w/ Chin-up (HBC): Perform Burpee, and when explosive jumping, grab the bar and do a chin-up; Repeat.

    A)HBC - 180s
    rest 120s
    B)HBC - 120s
    rest 120s
    C)HBC - 90s
    rest 120s
    D)HBC - 60s

    E)HIIT Session:
    50 yard walk/jog
    100 yard sprint
    50 yard walk/jog
    100 yard sprint

    The HBC's were killer. I was unable to go the full duration for the first two sets, and lost intensity towards the end of the remaining session.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjsynx View Post
    Ok, was almost going to try and up my servings. What about cottage cheese?

    I have three types of Fish oil products right now. Flameout, Myo-D, and Triple Fish Fats. I will have to double check my dosages and see that I am taking in 4-6 grams of fish oil.

    What is your opinion of CLA?

    Ouch, this will be a toughy. At least with the seasoning on the meats.

    I might be currently getting in a gallon. I do good at work, about a gallon, but once I get home, I hit the diet Root Beer. And once I wake up I do feel pretty dehydrated.
    I'm sure many people will jump on me for this, but if your really trying to loose those last few pounds from around your mid section, I have found, with myself and many clients over the years, that dairy food (especially Cottage cheese with it's high sodium content) makes this more difficult. I realize there are studies that show calcium supplementation is beneficial for fat loss and therefore many choose to eat dairy. I recommend staying off ALL dairy for 3 weeks and try a calcium supplement instead. I'll bet 9 out out of 10 people will notice their mid section tighten up a bit...especially if they are already lean. Again, I can hear the rebuttal arguments now, so just take it for what it's worth...my observation, nothing more.

    Fish oil is a must when dieting IMHO. Sounds like you have this covered.

    My opinion on CLA...I noticed nothing from it when taking up to 6 grams per day. I believe it became effective for me around 9 grams per day after continuous supplementation for 4-5 weeks. Bottom line, not very cost effective IMHO.

    You can purchase sodium free seasoning in the grocery store. It's actually quite good!
    Also look into using small amounts of Honey Mustard. Its low in calories, sodium and can really add a nice flavor to many meat dishes. Apple Cider vinegar is a good additive as well as Balsamic Vinegar.

    Be careful with the diet soda. Nutra Sweet has been shown to have negative effects on blood sugar over time, not to mention the other side effects that you always hear about. Everything in moderation...but especially artificial sweeteners.

    Also, carbonation is terrible for your bones and robs your body of minerals. It can also cause water retention, especially around the love handles. (I thought that might get your attention, lol!)

    Good luck my friend! I wish you great success! Keep us updated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by workin2005 View Post
    I'm sure many people will jump on me for this, but if your really trying to loose those last few pounds from around your mid section, I have found, with myself and many clients over the years, that dairy food (especially Cottage cheese with it's high sodium content) makes this more difficult. I realize there are studies that show calcium supplementation is beneficial for fat loss and therefore many choose to eat dairy. I recommend staying off ALL dairy for 3 weeks and try a calcium supplement instead. I'll bet 9 out out of 10 people will notice their mid section tighten up a bit...especially if they are already lean. Again, I can hear the rebuttal arguments now, so just take it for what it's worth...my observation, nothing more.
    Thanks Workin. You are a gentleman and a scholar

    I have around 2 more weeks for my cut, I am sure I can cut out the majority of dairy from my meals.


    Quote Originally Posted by workin2005 View Post
    Fish oil is a must when dieting IMHO. Sounds like you have this covered.
    It's a staple for me. Any brands you can recommend?

    Quote Originally Posted by workin2005 View Post
    Also look into using small amounts of Honey Mustard. Its low in calories, sodium and can really add a nice flavor to many meat dishes. Apple Cider vinegar is a good additive as well as Balsamic Vinegar.
    Nice, I will remember this. Also Vinger lowers the GI of foods

    Quote Originally Posted by workin2005 View Post
    Be careful with the diet soda. Nutra Sweet has been shown to have negative effects on blood sugar over time, not to mention the other side effects that you always hear about. Everything in moderation...but especially artificial sweeteners.

    Also, carbonation is terrible for your bones and robs your body of minerals. It can also cause water retention, especially around the love handles. (I thought that might get your attention, lol!)
    Who me, are you talking to me???
    Yeah, I hear a lot of negative stuff about diet soda. I was drinking at least 3-5 cans a day, but have dropped to 1-2.

    And I've started taking l-lysine, because it's benefits on calcium absorption and conservation...

    Thanks again for the help.
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    5:45am - 3 scoops Xtend + Poseidon + Paravol + TNA + Reset + GXR + Venom 3.0

    kcal/fat/carbs/pro
    6:30am Meal 1 - 200/9/4/16
    2 - Omega 3 eggs
    1/2 cup of Egg Beaters - Original +1 cap Rebound Reloaded + Special Tactics + T-X + Retain 2


    10:00am Meal 2 - 379/16.1/22.5/40.2
    1 Scoop Ultra Peptide + 1oz Jerky + Mixed Nuts + Flameout

    12:45pm Poseidon + 3 scoops Xtend + Anabolic Pump + Carbolin 19 + TNA

    1:15pm - Meal 3 - 384.9/22/23/40
    Steak w/brown rice + T-X + Myo-2 + Digestive Enzyme(DE) + RR
    // Didn't want to each starches, so I took AP before hand

    4:45pm Meal 4 - 340/7/20/52
    2 scoops Lean Dessert - Banana Cream + 1oz Jerky
    Special Tactics + Myo-D + DE




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    Total Caloric Intake:1303.9/54.1/69.5/146.2
    Daily Caloric Intake: 2094/87/49/278
    Last edited by xjsynx; 05-18-2007 at 05:48 PM. Reason: * updated meals *
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjsynx View Post
    It's a staple for me. Any brands you can recommend?

    Who me, are you talking to me???
    Yeah, I hear a lot of negative stuff about diet soda. I was drinking at least 3-5 cans a day, but have dropped to 1-2.

    And I've started taking l-lysine, because it's benefits on calcium absorption and conservation...

    Thanks again for the help.
    I currently use Super EPA by "NOW". San makes a good one...I think you listed it. Just look for about 1,000 mgs total Fish oil per capsel, with at least 500 mgs coming from EPA/DHA. There are many good brands out there.

    As far as the diet soda...we ALL have our vices! lol! I CRAVE Diet Coke every now and then to the point of HAVING TO HAVE one! I woke up at 2:00 am one morning with the biggest craving that I actually got out of bed, got dressed and drove down to the store to by a can.

    Everything in moderation.

    Happy to help anytime my friend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by workin2005 View Post
    I woke up at 2:00 am one morning with the biggest craving that I actually got out of bed, got dressed and drove down to the store to by a can.

    Everything in moderation.

    Happy to help anytime my friend!

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    Well at least you got dressed huh?
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    Dynamic Training Log


    Just a side project I am working on, when I have spare time. I know there are other online logs, training and food, but I would like to add a something more, and well since I am a wanna be computer geek, I just love coding and developing stuff...

    I have an interface and some back-end work done now, but still quite of dev to go on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xjsynx View Post


    Well at least you got dressed huh?
    It would have been a scary sight had I not, lol!

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    I think my log is jacked....

    So here is my Phase 3 day 5 week 2's workout:

    Sets:1
    Reps:16
    Rest:60s

    Overhead Squats: 65x16;
    Bentover Rows: 135x16;
    Alt. Step-ups: 50x16;
    Barbell Hack Squats:95x16;
    Rev. Crunches: BWx16;
    rest 120s

    Sets:2
    Reps:16
    Rest:45s

    A1)1 Arm DB Snatch:55x16(2);
    A2)Clapping Push-ups:BWx16(2);
    A3)Fwd Alt Lunges:30x16, BWx16;

    Stretching;
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    PRE-WO - 6 caps RPM + Poseidon + Xtend

    Circuits:4
    Reps:8 unilateral (16 total)
    Rest:15s between sets, 60s after circuit

    //Do weak side first then strong side;
    A1)Static Lunges - 35x8;
    A2)1 arm Standing DB Press - 45x8;
    A3)1 leg db deadlift - 35x8;
    A4)1 arm db row - 60x8;
    A5)1 arm db press - 70x8;

    B)Wall squats 3sets/max/90s rest - 45s(3);

    120s cycle sprint - RPM range between 40-60;

    Stretching
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    keeping a food log sucks

    I stopped logging after work on fridee, but I ate clean all weekend and had a cheat breakfast on sundee, but before hand I had an AP.

    This week,going without dairy and carbs(starches).
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    PRE-WO - 6 caps RPM w/6oz of Grapefruit Juice
    PRE/PERI-WO - 2 scoops Poseidon + 6 scoops Xtend
    POST-WO - AP + Replenish

    Circuits:6
    Reps:4
    Rest:30s

    A1)Power Cleans:185x4, 175x4, 155x4, 135x4(3)
    //Lack of rest was creating havoc in my execution in this lift. Weight felt fine, but didn't feel comfortable.

    A2)Decline Press:275x4(2), 265x4, 255x4(3)

    A3)Barbell Hack Squat:185x4(4)

    A4)Chin-ups 42X0:BWx4(6)
    //Forgot my dip belt, so went super slow and paused at the isometric portion of the lift.

    120s Cycle Sprints

    Stretching

    The warm-ups for each lift alone got me sweating, and after the workout, my muscles still felt fresh, but my energy level was shot. Once I started and got my heart rate up, it never came down, nor did I fully recover from any of the lifts.
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    The last workouts:

    Day 3 week 8:
    Circuits: 6
    Reps: 4
    Rest: 25s

    A1)Power Cleans:135x4(6)
    A2)Decline Press:275x4(3), 265x4(2), 255x4
    A3)Barbell Hack Squat:185x4(4)
    A4)Chin-ups 42X0:BWx4(6)

    130s Cycle Sprints

    Stretching

    Day 5 week 7 & 8:
    Circuits:3
    Reps:15
    Rest:45 & 90 after circuits week 8 40 & 85

    A1)BB Deadlift:
    week7: 135x15(3)
    Week8: 135x15(3)
    A2)Back Squats
    w7: 135x15(3)
    w8: 135x15(3)
    A3) Barbell Hack Squat
    w7: 135x15(3)
    w8: 135x15(3)

    B1)Military DB Press
    w7: 30x15(3)
    w8: 30x15(3)
    B2)DB Bench Press
    w7: 60x15(3)
    w8: 60x15(3)
    B3) Dips
    w7: BWx15(3)
    w8: BWx15(3)

    C1)HS Pulldowns
    w7: 180x15(3)
    w8: 180x15(3)
    C2)Seated HS Rows
    w7: 90x15(3)
    w8: 90x15(3)
    C3) Straight Arm Pulldowns
    w7: 50x15(3)
    w8: 50x15(3)
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    Final Unofficial results


    Weight:Start(195)/Finish(179)-16
    Bodyfat: Start(15%)/Finish(11%)-4%
    Stomach size: Start(39")/Finish(35.75")-3.25"
    Skinfold:15mm/8mm -7mm
    Waist size: Start(36.5")/Finish(34.75")-1.75"

    Decent fat loss, but could have done better, because my diet stumbled. Going into the diet I was contemplating on changing it, and questions the nutrient breakdown. Attempted to adjust during the diet, then just stumbled.

    I would like to thank Workin though, for all the help and feedback. I think next time I will have to hire him to layout a nutrition plan for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjsynx View Post
    Weight:Start(195)/Finish(179)-16
    Bodyfat: Start(15%)/Finish(11%)-4%
    Stomach size: Start(39")/Finish(35.75")-3.25"
    Skinfold:15mm/8mm -7mm
    Waist size: Start(36.5")/Finish(34.75")-1.75"

    Decent fat loss, but could have done better, because my diet stumbled. Going into the diet I was contemplating on changing it, and questions the nutrient breakdown. Attempted to adjust during the diet, then just stumbled.

    I would like to thank Workin though, for all the help and feedback. I think next time I will have to hire him to layout a nutrition plan for me.
    My pleasure xjsynx. Congrats on a job well done. Loosing 4% BF is no small accomplishment. You should be proud!

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    Poseidon




    Out of the plethora of supplements I was taking, Poseidon had to be the best all around supplement. The days I did not take Poseidon I felt the negative impact. Poseidon gave me mental acuity and a non-stimulant energy. It basically got my day started on the right track.

    When it came to workouts, my workout capacity increased. The days I followed by diet to the "T" I was low on carbs, but had the energy, strength and stamina to keep an intense workout.

    In the end, Poseidon is ***** out of ***** and is now a staple during any cycle, but really shines on a caloric deficit
    diet.
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    RPM - Late to the Party




    RPM is a potent pre-workout supplement, that increased workout intensity, strength, endurance, and focus. Stacked with Poseidon, you have a nice pre-wo intensifier.

    in addendum, it has a nasty side-effect. INCREASED LIBIDO!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by workin2005 View Post
    My pleasure xjsynx. Congrats on a job well done. Loosing 4% BF is no small accomplishment. You should be proud!

    Workin
    Thanks. I guess the disappointing part is, what could have been???
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjsynx View Post


    Out of the plethora of supplements I was taking, Poseidon had to be the best all around supplement. The days I did not take Poseidon I felt the negative impact. Poseidon gave me mental acuity and a non-stimulant energy. It basically got my day started on the right track.

    When it came to workouts, my workout capacity increased. The days I followed by diet to the "T" I was low on carbs, but had the energy, strength and stamina to keep an intense workout.

    In the end, Poseidon is ***** out of ***** and is now a staple during any cycle, but really shines on a caloric deficit
    diet.
    Great to hear! Thanks for taking the time to post. I'm glad to know Poseidon worked so well for you!

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