RPM/kreaceps XS/Incarnate log

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  1. DAY 40


    weight: 179 (-2 lbs from last weigh in)


    My diet has been pretty bad. A ton of cheese, beer, and a few cookies (I almost never eat junk food, but my wife made some really good cookies... ). But the weight still dropped some



    standard dosing, 3 RPM



    Changing the workout for this week. My knees are still hurting some, and I want to take it easy on them.


    overhead squats
    bar x 8
    65 x 6
    75 x 5
    85 x 5
    85 x 4

    shrugs
    135 x 8
    135 x 8
    155 x 6

    curls
    95 x 5
    95 x 4
    95 x 4

    weight pull ups
    +20 x 4
    +20 x 3
    +20 x 3


    15 minutes of HIIT on eliptical


  2. DAY 41 (yesterday)


    Weight: 180

    I will try and get measurements again soon, I seem to have lost my calipers and body tape. Visually I'm continuing to lean out the fat, and filling in with muscle. I'm very happy with the results, although there is plenty of work left.


    Dose: standard, 3 RPM

    Should have taken 4 rpm today, it was a lackluster performance in the gym.

    SLDL, first time I have done these for this log

    bar x 8
    95 x 8
    135 x 6
    155 x 5
    165 x 5
    175 x 4
    174 x 4

    standing, bent over rows

    95 x 12
    135 x 8
    155 x 6
    165 x 5
    165 x 5

    Leg press
    270 on x 8
    360 on x 6
    360 on x 6

    hyper extensions
    +25 x 12
    +25 x 12
    +35 x 8

    body weight dips
    x12
    x12


    ABS



    I've narrowed my knee pain down to my left ACL. Not sure what to do about it, trying to take it easy on the knee. I've never experience any joint paint before this latest attempt at getting back into shape, and that includes years of soccer, cross country, and wrestling. Guess I shouldn't have let myself get out of shape... (or is it the getting older thing? probably both).

    I have no way of knowing if cissus is working. My fractured hand seemed to heal fast, and when I initially went on cissus, some joint discomfort seemed to go away, but after a few hard pavement runs its back.
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  3. DAY 43


    waist: 35.5 (-1.5")
    weight: 178 (-4)



    looks like the weight is starting to come down.


    dosing: standard, 3 RPM. I definitely don't get a huge kick in the pants off of 3RPm like I would with 4, but it is enough to get me going and in the gym. I like that at 3, my sleep schedule isn't effected at all. I forgot the cordygen again for some reason, and again it was noticeable at the end of the workout when I had no desire for cardio. I really like the cordygen.


    Flat BB bench
    8/16 ---- today
    8 x 135 --- 8 x 135
    3x185 --- 5 x 185
    3x195 --- 3x 195
    3x200 --- 3x 200
    3 x205 --- 3 x 205
    2 x 210 --- 3 x 210
    ----------- 2 x 215



    decline bench
    10 x 135
    8 x 155
    7 x 175

    skull crushers
    50 on small (concentration) bar x 9 x 8 x 7

    Then I did some extra work as I wasn't in the mood for cardio but had to wait for my wife to finish her cardio.

    pulldowns

    pull ups

    curls





    Still getting stronger, still losing fat. Can't ask for more.

  4. Question (on the off chance people are still following along).


    I have some resveratrol (50%) coming in today. My options:

    1. Add it right away in the high dose (oxo extreme kind of dose).
    2. Add it right away in standard long term health supplement dose.
    3. Wait until this stack is out altogether, then do one of the above.





    Good news this morning:

    BF: 10.7%
    Waist: 35.3 "

  5. DAy 45

    I wanted to do heavy squats today, but my knee wasn't cooperating. So I did overhead squats.


    dosing was irregular, I didn't expect to be able to go to the gym as my dog just got out of surgery. But I made it.



    Overhead squats

    45 x 8
    65 x 8
    65 x 6
    65 x 5

    shrugs

    135 x 8
    185 x 6
    185 x 6

    BB curls
    95 x 5
    95 x 5
    super 7s x 2


    light abs


    Decided to take the resvertrol according to the standard health supplement method, 500mg a day. I don't expect to see any effects on my workout from it. Taking it in the 2g dose a day is just insanely expensive, I would like to run 6oxo extreme one day.

  6. DAY 48

    weight
    178


    RACK pulls (my first time ever, very different beast than dead lifts, surprising).

    Messed around with the workout a little (5 reps on the main movement, instead of the usual 1-3). Still working on the ACL issue so hoping this helps.

    warmup x 2
    225 x 5
    245 x 5
    255 x 5


    Overhead squats
    65 x 5
    65 x 5
    65 x 4


    body weight pull ups, wide grip
    8
    7
    6

  7. DAY 50

    weight:176 (-6 from the start)



    Dosing standard, 4 RPM. Felt great today. 4 RPM is the sweet spot for me, although I'm always nervous about sleep issues.


    Flat BB bench
    8/23 ---- today
    8 x 135 --- 10 x 135
    5x185 --- 6 x 185
    3x195 --- 3x 195
    3x200 --- ------
    3 x205 --- 3 x 205
    3 x 210 --- 3 x 210
    2 x 215---- 2 x 215 (failed on 3)
    ----------- 1 x 225 (I'm both happy to see this number go up, and sad to see how low it is, haha)

    incline BB, varying grip
    135 x 9
    145 x 7
    145 x 6

    pushdowns, straight bar
    120 x 9
    140 x 5
    120 x 8
    120 x 7


    ABS

    light cardio (10 minutes treadmill jog)



    I've been getting down on myself, for what reason I'm not sure. Its nice to see all of the stats still improving even though I "feel" like I've been stagnating. I guess since my DL competition with my friends ended, I haven't had as much of a drive. Going to keep working at it, and I'm glad to see some weight coming off even though I haven't changed anything.

  8. Day 55


    Closing out this log now. RPM is out, the rest is almost gone, and I'm ready for the end review.


    dosing: 2 RPM in the day, 3 RPM before workout, rest was standard


    workout


    Felt great, very driven. I had a very fun, but very bad weekend (ie the long weekend was fantastic but I didn't workout at all). so I was ready to get back to the gym.



    seated mil press
    8/14------today
    95 x 6---- 95x6
    115 x 3---115x3
    120 x 3--------
    125 x 3----125x3
    130 x 3----130x3
    135 x 2---- 135x2
    140 x 1---- 140x1


    Dumb bell flat bench
    8/14
    75s x 5 x 3

    today:
    80s x 6 x 3


    weighted pull ups, straight grip
    8/14
    +20 x 5 x 3

    today:
    +10 x 5 x 3


    bent delt raises
    8/14
    15s x 12 x3

    today
    25s x 6 x 3


    So some up, some down, main movement stayed the exact same.




    I loved the stack. Saw great improvements in both strength, cardio, and body composition. I'll post the starting and ending stats soon.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by johnyq View Post
    Day 55


    Closing out this log now. RPM is out, the rest is almost gone, and I'm ready for the end review.


    dosing: 2 RPM in the day, 3 RPM before workout, rest was standard


    workout


    Felt great, very driven. I had a very fun, but very bad weekend (ie the long weekend was fantastic but I didn't workout at all). so I was ready to get back to the gym.



    seated mil press
    8/14------today
    95 x 6---- 95x6
    115 x 3---115x3
    120 x 3--------
    125 x 3----125x3
    130 x 3----130x3
    135 x 2---- 135x2
    140 x 1---- 140x1


    Dumb bell flat bench
    8/14
    75s x 5 x 3

    today:
    80s x 6 x 3


    weighted pull ups, straight grip
    8/14
    +20 x 5 x 3

    today:
    +10 x 5 x 3


    bent delt raises
    8/14
    15s x 12 x3

    today
    25s x 6 x 3


    So some up, some down, main movement stayed the exact same.




    I loved the stack. Saw great improvements in both strength, cardio, and body composition. I'll post the starting and ending stats soon.
    Sweet- great 1st log!!!!
    Dirk Tanis, BA, MSci
    Chief Operating Officer, Applied Nutriceuticals

  10. Thanks RMS

    Here is the final review.


    STATS:
    ---------starting--------ending-----total change
    DL max: 285------------315----------+40
    3 mile run: 28 min-------25min-------- -3mins
    BF:--------13.9% ------- 10.3% ------- -3.6%
    weight: 182 lbs---------- 177lbs-------- -5lbs
    right arm: 14.75"---------15"------------ +.25"
    waist (at navel): 37"-----35.3"--------- -1.7"
    Bench 2RM-----2x185-----2x215--------- +40lbs
    mil press 2RM--2x130----- 2x135--------- +5lbs


    Heading into the 6th week or so I started to lose some steam. I have a number of theories, but despite motivation the numbers kept improving for the most part.

    Those numbers should speak for themselves. It simply would not have happened without the help of the stack.


    RPM: I would call this backbone of the stack. When I didn't have motivation, it gave me motiviation (you can't get results if you don't actually go to the gym). This scenario played out many times: I would come home from work feeling worn out with no interest in going to the gym, but I would pop some RPM anyways. After a half hour I would suddenly become EAGER to go, and when I get there the workouts would be intense. I had a little bit of interference on my sleep, but it was very minor. I also noticed some of the libido enhancing effects. RPM is a winner.


    Cordygen5: I felt noticeably stronger on my runs after starting this. I also noticed a very good mood altering effect, similar to poseidon. When I forgot to take it before the gym, I noticed my endurance would be down and I would get more tired towards the end of a workout (and even skip things like the cardio or abs).



    KreacepsXS: I can't say unequivocally that this is better than any other creatine out there, but it certainly worked for me. The addition of cordygen5 and rhodalia rosea makes a very potent blend.


    Incarnate: Cissus couldn't save my knee pain that flared up suddenly in the middle of this log, but overall I had no other joint issues. The beta alanine/betain mix must have helped me leaning out, as I don't think I would have lost that much fat otherwise. I also noticed an improvement in my endurance. E****lent product.


    The only drawback to this stack is that it was fairly expensive. I would be interested in running a month of similar bulk products to see what results I get then.


    I will likely run these products again in the future in spite of the price, I'm very pleased with the results. I'm a healthier happier individual because of them. I will have a metabolic panel to post up as a comparison to this time last year. I had the blood drawn on friday. If the results are of any interest I will post them.


    I hope everyone enjoyed my log, I thoroughly enjoyed it myself. My next log won't be for a long while, as my funds are too tight from recently purchasing a new home.
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  11. overall cholesterol went up about 6 points.

    My HDL(good) went DOWN 5pts. To 38. (normal above 40)

    My LDL(bad) went UP 16pts. To about 126 (normal up to 100)

    My tris went down 30 pounts.

    liver values went down, well within normal now.



    This is compared to 1 year ago, when I was sedentary.
  

  
 

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