I think the only time I ever had reasonably visible abs was the last half of senior year of high school, and partway into the next year. I dieted down pretty thin (but wasn't working out or even exercising significantly) but sure didn't have a 6 pack. 22 years later having gone from fat as all hell @ 39, I want to see abs. I've lost 60 scale pounds over the last 15 months, and probably added close to 30lbs of muscle. I want to see abs before my 3rd child is born sometime at the end of april...
The science is all sound on MMv2, and with a little luck, it will be exactly what I need to push me over the edge of abs.Methyl Masterdrol V2 Androstane Ester (DSHEA compliant prohormone) + Gut Enzymes (17bHSD) = Androstanediol (prohormone) + Liver/Muscle Enzymes (3a/3bHSD) = Stanolone (ACTIVE STEROID)
I'll fill in the measurements tomorrow, as the priors were first thing in the morning.
L Bicep 14 3/4
R Bicep 14
L forearm 11 3/4
R forearm 11 3/4
L calf 15 1/4
R calf 15
waist where I wear pants 35 3/4
@ belly button 35 3/4
Blood pressure 120/72 (lower than my 11 year old daughter)
Resting pulse 55
waking temp average 95.6
Bodyfat estimate = 15%
I'll also take current pictures, my last set was a good bit ago (poundswise, it was just a bit over a month in time, but I think 17lbs) and its a pretty significant change.
My other supplementation will be
I may also add , and I-GH-1 or .
Diet is currently a relative of the velocity diet. I say relative because a significant fraction of my food is solid, rather than all shake. But i'm sticking to basically the macros and the caloric levels of the velocity diet - so 190+g of protein, 1100-1300ish cal on non workout days, 1400-1600ish on workout days because of the postworkout drink. I'm not being 100% anal about measuring and counting precise calories, I know i'm within those margins as i mostly am using pre-packed frozen single serve size meats + fish.
Workout routine is horrifying. thats the best I can come up with for it. I decided to go with a full body workout centered around 20 rep squats. I'm not doing breathing squats, so what i'm shooting at is my 20rm for them. I may try the breathing squats, not sure yet. The rest of the exercises I will be rotating week to week. This past week was 2 exercises per major body part, one each for bis/tris, 1 set for each exercise for 20 reps or as close as I could get. Next week will be the same number of exercises, but 2 sets of 12-15 for each exercise other than squats, which will stay at 20 the whole time. The following week will be the same but with 3 sets of 6-8 reps per exercise, and the week after will be back to single sets of 20. I'm varying most of the exercises between the 3 workouts a week, wide grip pulldowns every time, db flies every time. The weights i'll be showing look ridiculously low, but this is on a leverage machine and I don't know the weights of the arms. The squat one feels like its in the 50-60lb area empty, the bench press one around 55-65, the pulldown around 40-50. But i'm just guessing. So i'll just be tracking weights vs my existing weights.
Cardio, well, I hate cardio, but who doesn't? I'll be shooting for at least 30 minutes of HIIT at least 2 days a week. cardio days i'll also do ab work, I may throw in random ab work other days. I also may do pushups, walkouts, pullups, chinups and other bodyweight work on off days.