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  1. Smile Maybe another group you might take a liking to!


    Hey Rosie....here's another group I think you might get into if your not already. Considering your a 12 Stones fan....The Exies are good music too and along the same lines. In particular, this is my favorite song from them.

    YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.

    Its one of those songs you listen to when you need to clear your mind and put yourself back into a positive thinking type of mood.

    Cheers Rosie Babe!
    "Never trust a b*tch because b*tches be crazy, now get out there and go crush some P***Y!" - Jerry Stiller.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    Hey Rosie....here's another group I think you might get into if your not already. Considering your a 12 Stones fan....The Exies are good music too and along the same lines. In particular, this is my favorite song from them. Its one of those songs you listen to when you need to clear your mind and put yourself back into a positive thinking type of mood.
    Thanks, Bear...It is...Guess we all have moments in our lives where we have to accept things that we would rather not, or make those decisions that tear us apart and then silently walk among you...But, hey, I'm strong enough to get through ANYTHING...
    Last edited by Rosie Chee; 06-04-2008 at 05:09 PM. Reason: I'll say the rest in e-mails...
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  3. Day 39


    0810 - Rollers:
    a. 2 min @ 70% est. HRmax (110-112 rpm)
    b. 5 min @ 85-90% est. HRmax (115-118 rpm)
    c. 5 min @ 90-95% est. HRmax (118-120 rpm)
    c. 8 min @ 95% est. HRmax (123-125 rpm)
    Yeah, staggered it a bit today. It was good. HR was a bit of a battle to get up. Legs were absolutely NOT liking me for the last 8 minutes. But it felt good to be pushing my body through something that it wasn't sure it wanted to be doing. I was going to go for 30 minutes, but at 20 minutes I was over it already (mind too far elsewhere), and decided to do some abwork and a few calisthenics...

    0834 - Abs/Calisthenics:
    a. 2 x [a. swissball crunches (feet on wall, 90 degree knee flexion) x 25, b. swissball double-leg lifts x 25] (30 sec recovery)
    b. 1 x 2 min bridge (30 sec recovery)
    c. 5 x [a. squat thrusts x 10, b. boxer's push-ups (i.e. plyometric push-ups, where push up, hands off ground, and clap between) x 10] (10 sec recovery)
    d. 1 x 2 min bridge
    Man, those swissball crunches I really felt! The boxer's push-ups took the most out of me; my heart was going fast as, and my arms were tiring with each rep! Arms were incredibly pumped afterwards (no wonder, LOL). But I enjoyed the 'change of scenery'...

    0900 - Stretch 27 min


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~ 2300-0700 (waking at 0315 and 0423), so ~8 hours sleep. Again. Some dreams. Not as disturbed as the last few nights. Slept a little deeper. (The body is still waking early, though; next week will be back to 'normal'...)

    Mental Alertness/Focus: Been there. Started one assignment this morning; now need to move on and get BOTH done for tomorrow's 1700 deadline (should be enough time...)

    Energy: Lots of restless, aggressive energy still pent up, and just waiting to get out. Tomorrow...

    Motivation: Those kicks are working, Bear

    Mood/Aggression: Flat. Aggressive (I really want to have a session on the bag today, but no, enough time has been spent with meetings and clients, and now it's time for STUDY...)

    Libido: Up and down. The more aggressive I get, the more this starts to rise...

    Endurance: Good.

    Strength: N/A.

    Quality of Training: Really making sure that this is not an 'easy' week, by any means...

    Pump and Vascularity: Pump in arms after calisthenics...Awesome vascularity through arms and hands...

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Legs keep getting harder. Glutes are, too...

    Body Composition and Look: Looking lean, especially upper back, chest, upper abs and hips...

    Overall Sense of Feeling: I'm ok. Getting there...Just need to remember that it's ice that runs in my veins, and that it won't melt in a blue flame...
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  4. Day 40


    0430 - HIIT Run:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 24 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    c. 5 min jogging
    Yep, she went out in the dark this morning. Thought, why not; it feels like forever since I did a run. Anyways, strong westerly this morning. All good, though. I felt really ok, aye. Settled into my stride and then hammered it out for 24 reps. The first few I went a little overboard, but hey, I felt good; why not expend all that energy! Besides, kinda need to get rid of some of this aggression and what better way than making the body scream! So, no aches or pains, and body just felt fantastic (which is great, considering 4.5 hours earlier I was almost ready to close my eyes and just nap for a while...)

    0500 - Stretch 20 min.


    Sleep - Time and Quality: No sleep last night. Was an all-nighter, to get those two assignments started and done that were due in today! I'm actually doing pretty good for STILL being up!

    Mental Alertness/Focus: It has been ok. A few moments there when I've been tempted to close my eyes (yes, last night, Bear, LOL; but I came right after a while, and didn't even take any no-doz, so that is a first all-nighter not drugged up to the eyeballs on caffeine, LOL)...At 1400 I just stopped. I'd had enough! Which is not really like me. I just edited it, and will just hope that the 200 words (we were allowed 1000!) for the last part of one assignment will be ok (the lecturer likes MINIMAL everything (miminal but quality), so I might be sweet...)

    Energy: Well, been in front of the laptop since like 1800 last night (apart from run and stretch and shower and when went to print off and hand assignments in)...So, all energy is still pent up, really...Got told at school that I looked "shattered"...Not feeling just there yet, but it IS the first all-nighter I've done without going to sleep at 1200-1300 (since I couldn't really, LOL...)

    Motivation: Yeah, there. Just a few more stresses left, and right back into the IGF-2 (man I have missed that!) and training as if I'd been STARVING, next week!

    Mood/Aggression: A little silly, probably; you know how you get when you're tired, but don't quite want to admit it...You start laughing and then wonder why you can't stop, LOL...Ah, well, at least it's an improvement on the last few days...

    Libido: He will probably be high tonight (when I am falling asleep...)

    Endurance: Stamina she HAS!

    Strength: N/A.

    Quality of Training: Loved it. Good to mix things up. Keep the body guessing...

    Pump and Vascularity: Not much of a pump...Vascularity, now that I am NOTICEABLY leaner, is always there in arms and hands and feet..

    Muscle Hardess/Density: No IGF-2 and no Drive, and they're STILL hardening. Be good back on IGF-2, then...

    Body Composition and Look: Look the leanest I have since January. Upper body, upper midsection, Adonis belt, legs...All but that small excuse of a belly, really (and that will be gone soon enough...)

    Overall Sense of Feeling: RELIEVED. She did in mere hours what everyone else has been spending weeks on!...So, little break, and then the meta-analysis has no more grace left on the weekend...It's so close to being OVER...
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  5. Smile Glad I could be of assistance!


    Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    0430 - HIIT Run:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 24 x 20 sec effort/10 sec easy
    c. 5 min jogging
    Yep, she went out in the dark this morning. Thought, why not; it feels like forever since I did a run. Anyways, strong westerly this morning. All good, though. I felt really ok, aye. Settled into my stride and then hammered it out for 24 reps. The first few I went a little overboard, but hey, I felt good; why not expend all that energy! Besides, kinda need to get rid of some of this aggression and what better way than making the body scream! So, no aches or pains, and body just felt fantastic (which is great, considering 4.5 hours earlier I was almost ready to close my eyes and just nap for a while...)

    0500 - Stretch 20 min.


    Sleep - Time and Quality: No sleep last night. Was an all-nighter, to get those two assignments started and done that were due in today! I'm actually doing pretty good for STILL being up!

    Mental Alertness/Focus: It has been ok. A few moments there when I've been tempted to close my eyes (yes, last night, Bear, LOL; but I came right after a while, and didn't even take any no-doz, so that is a first all-nighter not drugged up to the eyeballs on caffeine, LOL)...At 1400 I just stopped. I'd had enough! Which is not really like me. I just edited it, and will just hope that the 200 words (we were allowed 1000!) for the last part of one assignment will be ok (the lecturer likes MINIMAL everything (miminal but quality), so I might be sweet...)

    Energy: Well, been in front of the laptop since like 1800 last night (apart from run and stretch and shower and when went to print off and hand assignments in)...So, all energy is still pent up, really...Got told at school that I looked "shattered"...Not feeling just there yet, but it IS the first all-nighter I've done without going to sleep at 1200-1300 (since I couldn't really, LOL...)

    Motivation: Yeah, there. Just a few more stresses left, and right back into the IGF-2 (man I have missed that!) and training as if I'd been STARVING, next week!

    Mood/Aggression: A little silly, probably; you know how you get when you're tired, but don't quite want to admit it...You start laughing and then wonder why you can't stop, LOL...Ah, well, at least it's an improvement on the last few days...

    Libido: He will probably be high tonight (when I am falling asleep...)

    Endurance: Stamina she HAS!

    Strength: N/A.

    Quality of Training: Loved it. Good to mix things up. Keep the body guessing...

    Pump and Vascularity: Not much of a pump...Vascularity, now that I am NOTICEABLY leaner, is always there in arms and hands and feet..

    Muscle Hardess/Density: No IGF-2 and no Drive, and they're STILL hardening. Be good back on IGF-2, then...

    Body Composition and Look: Look the leanest I have since January. Upper body, upper midsection, Adonis belt, legs...All but that small excuse of a belly, really (and that will be gone soon enough...)

    Overall Sense of Feeling: RELIEVED. She did in mere hours what everyone else has been spending weeks on!...So, little break, and then the meta-analysis has no more grace left on the weekend...It's so close to being OVER...
    Glad I could help keep you going. Besides that, keep working hard babe....you know damn well if you slip up I'm giving you a foot in the ass...lol.

    You know just maybe...I might be able to help you out with a few things. Give me an idea of what you have to write, or research and who knows I may just be able to make things a bit easier for ya. Offer is there babe...

    Anyway, I'm happy to hear your having some great results.

    Get at me lata...

    Cheers!
    "Never trust a b*tch because b*tches be crazy, now get out there and go crush some P***Y!" - Jerry Stiller.
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  6. I can always count on you to keep me MOVING


    Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    Glad I could help keep you going. Besides that, keep working hard babe....you know damn well if you slip up I'm giving you a foot in the ass...lol.

    You know just maybe...I might be able to help you out with a few things. Give me an idea of what you have to write, or research and who knows I may just be able to make things a bit easier for ya. Offer is there babe...

    Anyway, I'm happy to hear your having some great results.

    Get at me lata...

    Cheers!
    Yeah, I did ok, despite spending those 2 hours talking to you, LOL (was it really that long? Geez, felt like only moments)...Thanks, Bear. Done the research; just need to finish the stats on the data and then write it up. Shouldn't be too hard, really; just need to 'block' time it and I'll be sweet...Yeah, but think I lost some LBM this week (hoping it's not actually muscle and just water/food weight). Bloods are all good, though; the NeoVar Recomped is nicer to my body than the Original version...
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  7. Day 41


    0830 - Cycling:
    a. 4 min @ Level 1 @ 112 rpm (65% est. HRmax)
    b. 4 min @ Level 3 @ 112 rpm (80-85% est. HRmax)
    c. 4 min @ Level 4 @ 112 rpm (85-90% est. HRmax)
    d. 4 min @ Level 5 @ 112 rpm (90% est. HRmax)
    e. 4 min @ Level 6 @ 112 rpm (90-95% est. HRmax)
    f. 4 min @ Level 7 @ 112 rpm (95% est. HRmax)
    g. 4 min @ Level 8 @ 112 rpm (95% est. HRmax)
    h. 2 min @ Level 1 @ 112 rpm (85-95% est. HRmax)
    So, I have an A-frame too (you put your back wheel in it and it has a roller that provides resistance against the tyre, for those that will ask), that has 8 levels of resistance. Instead of focussing on getting and keeping my HR high, I decided to 'step' the session (i.e. fixed gear and cadence, but increase resistance), and let whatever happened to my HR happen. So, set the pace at 112 rpm in 39x18, increasing the resistance every 4 minutes. As you can see, my HR went up pretty quick after the first 4 minutes. It didn't and wouldn't go higher than 188 bpm, though, and stayed at 95% HRmax for a while. Legs were fine. And hips; even though resistance kept getting harder and it got harder to keep it at 112 rpm, it didn't seem to take as much out of me as spinning faster, like at say 120 rpm, does. I may feel it tomorrow, though...At 20 minutes, the sweat started dripping off me, and I was a glistening body at the end of it, LOL...Good session...

    0912 - Abs:
    a. 2 x [a. swissball crunches (feet on wall, 90 degree knee flexion) x 25, b. swissball double-leg lifts x 25] (30 sec recovery)
    b. 1 x 160 sec bridge

    1000 - Stretch 23 min.


    Sleep - Time and Quality: Not quite sure. I fell asleep on the couch watching a DVD last night (yeah, crick in the neck this morning, LOL). Must have been ~2030 (when I settled down, the tiredness began to hit a little), until 0730, giving me ~11 hours sleep. Deep and dark, and only woke once.

    Mental Alertness/Focus: Good since been up. Starting to feel a little tired now, though...

    Energy: Body is still fresh, so a good sign.

    Motivation: I'm not as far behind on the study as I thought! Yay; bit of motivation for me...As for training; yeah, still hard out...

    Mood/Aggression: Happy, silly mood. You know the kind you get in when you're overtired, and you can't stop laughing...

    Libido: On the high side...

    Endurance: Always strong.

    Strength: N/A.

    Quality of Training: Something different. Again. Liking the variety. Still QUALITY.

    Pump and Vascularity: No noticeable pump...Vascularity always good now...

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Hard legs. Nice.

    Body Composition and Look: Area around hips and upper back is where most noticeable changes have happened this week. Looking lean. Breasts a little smaller...

    Overall Sense of Feeling: I'm in a good place
    Last edited by Rosie Chee; 06-07-2008 at 07:24 PM. Reason: Corrected typo.
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  8. Log continues to look great rosie. Kick some azz girl!!

    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve
    Legendary


  9. Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Log continues to look great rosie. Kick some azz girl!!
    Thanks, T. Will do
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  10. Im a big music buff. I love many kinds and I sometimes find myself living thru music. That vid posted is ****in awesome as is that song , ive never heard of these guys im gonna get to downloadin

    feel free to post up more examples im up for anything similar to this
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by Outside Backer View Post
    Im a big music buff. I love many kinds and I sometimes find myself living thru music. That vid posted is ****in awesome as is that song , ive never heard of these guys im gonna get to downloadin

    feel free to post up more examples im up for anything similar to this
    Here's a couple of songs, then, Joe (there's no actual clip, per se, but just listen...)

    YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
    YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
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  12. Day 42


    0830 - Rollers:
    a. 4 min in 39x18 @ 75% [est.] HRmax
    b. 3 min in 39x16 @ 85% HRmax
    c. 10km time-trial in 39x15 @ 46.15 km/hr pace @ 90-95% HRmax
    d. 1 min in 39x18
    HR rose a little easier in the 'warm-up' stage today. Good. Was feeling quads a little from yesterday, so decided to have a little longer getting the body ready and my HR up, before I did the time-trial. Upped the pace, though, once my HR reached 90% HRmax, and just held it there. Cadence was around 115-118 rpm (optimal time-trial cadence is ~120 rpm), but the way my legs were, that was fine enough. Was wearing a jersey today, and it was clinging to me with all the sweat, LOL. Gave myself a minute afterwards for the legs to 'recover'.

    0915 - Stretch 20 min.


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~2200-0625, so ~8.5 hours sleep. No disturbances. Deep and dark and very refreshing.

    Mental Alertness/Focus: It's still early, yet, but it's here, and going to stay. After lunch I will get stuck into my meta-analysis (yeah, always prefer studying from either 1200 or 1500), since I have some ground to make up there (and you think YOU'RE behind, Craig!)

    Energy: Wide awake. Controlling the urge to add in a run this afternoon...

    Motivation: As high as ever

    Mood/Aggression: No aggression. Almost relaxed (now that the end is in sight, my mind has calmed down so much that the change is unbelievable!)...Really good mood...

    Libido: Still high..."You want me, boy? Outstanding!" LOL (The boy has been playing computer games all weekend, and some of the things that the characters say make me laugh )...But yeah, been high as, especially at night...

    Endurance: Good.

    Strength: N/A.

    Quality of Training: Just goes to show that you don't have to spend HOURS training to get RESULTS!

    Pump and Vascularity: No pump...Veins in hands are like hoses (still hurting a bit from the boxing on Tuesday, too). Rest are ok; nothing too special...

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Same.

    Body Composition and Look: She ALMOST smiles at the naked reflection in the mirror...

    Overall Sense of Feeling: Good. Calm. Confident. Positive...Nothing is ever lost...And NOTHING is ever IMpossible!!!
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  13. Overview of Week 6


    BODY STATISTICS

    Body mass: 52 kg (i.e. 114.4 pounds)
    Body composition: 10% BF

    Comments: At 52kg and 10% BF I have 46.8kg LBM and 5.2 kg BF. At 52.5kg and 10.7% BF I had 46.8825kg LBM and 5.6175 kg BF. That means a DEcrease of 0.0.0825 kg (i.e. 0.1815 pounds) of LBM and a DEcrease of 0.4175 kg (i.e. 0.9185 pounds) of BF...So, lost some LBM this week. Not a lot (but every bit can make a difference). I don't LOOK as if I have lost muscle, so here's hoping that it was just food or water. The BF is still coming off, and the ratio loss this week was 1:5 of LBM:BF (better to be losing more BF than LBM. Even better to just be losing BF, though!)...Just quickly, I have only lost a total of 1kg (i.e. 2.2 pounds) over the last 6 weeks. It doesn't sound like much, but I'm actually pretty pleased with this, since I am more concerned with my body COMPOSITION, and I have gone from 14.2% BF to 10% BF in those 6 weeks. So, not bad at all, considering...


    BLOOD STATISTICS

    RBC: 5.7 x 10E12/L (Normal range 3.9-5.5)
    Hb: 116 g/L (Normal range 115-155)

    Comments: Hb is now 'normal'. Good. Maybe the week off the gym was what I needed to 'recover'. Anyways, RBC high count is also 'normal' (for me), to compensate for the increase in Hb.

    Other Notes:

    Creatinine: 81 umol/L (Normal range 50-100)
    eGFR: 80 ml/min/1.73m2 (Normal range 80-120)

    Comments: Both back to 'normal'. CM definitely agrees with my body better than CEE. No more needs to be said here.


    RESTING HEART RATE: 32 bpm. Dropped a bit, then. See how much HARD work it takes to even get it to do that!


    DIET

    Had 2 higher CHO/calorie days this week. There were a couple of days where some meals were missed and then ended up eating a lot at night (the higher calorie days, LOL). But, as I have learnt, I DO need those higher calorie days to effectively lose BF. Too low calories and I lose LBM, and that is just NOT cool.

    Was the last week OFF IGF-2 this week. Back onto the IGF-2/NeoVar stack next week.

    Since started new timing and dosing of Osteobolin-C this week, have had less aches and pains in hips and knees. I have, however, been doing less walking. But spinning frequency on the bike hasn't changed (and that's what contributed the most, I think), so perhaps I just needed that higher dosage and frequency?

    Supplement usage and dosings for the next 6 weeks:
    RPM 1 x 2 per day (40 min pre-gym, and on non-gym days 60 min pre-cardio).
    NeoVar - 2 x 2 per day (40 min pre-gym and asap post-gym, and on non-gym days 40 min pre-cardio and asap post-cardio).
    IGF-2 - 3 x 2 per day (40 min pre-gym (on non-gym days 40 min pre-cardio), 45 min pre-lunch, and last thing at night).
    Lipotrophin-PM - 2 x 2 per day (first thing in the morning and last thing at night).
    Osteobolin-C - 4 x 2-3 per day (3 caps first thing in the morning and 30 min pre-gym, and 2 caps asap post-gym and last thing at night; on non-gym days 3 caps first thing in the morning and asap post-cardio, and 2 caps with dinner and last thing at night).
    Posiedon-BA 3 serves per day (first thing in the morning, 30 min pre-gym (on non-gym days 30 min pre-afternoon tea), and last thing at night).
    Calcium supplement 1 x per day.


    TRAINING

    Had a week off resistance training. Feels weird; I feel almost starved of it! In the meantime, had no days off training this week, making sure that each cardio session was hard enough to stress the body, but not so intense as to shatter me for the next day. Training will be back to 'normal' next week.
    Last edited by Rosie Chee; 06-08-2008 at 12:19 AM. Reason: Corrected typo.
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  14. Thumbs up Here ya go Joe!


    Hey Joe, I would assume your were talking about "The Exies" video and the song was "These Are The Days". Anyway, here is a few others you might like if you liked that one...

    No video, but another great song

    YouTube - The Exies - Stray

    Omit the video, but the song is awesome

    YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.

    Truly one of my fav songs to listen to at any particular time...

    YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.

    Ok Rosie Time. LOL. Nice commentary Rosie Babe...you like the reflection of your naked body in the mirror...this is a good thing. Actually that means your doing really good considering how hard you can be on yourself. Nonetheless...keep it going babe. Oh yeah, forgive the hijacking for a second there Roise babe...I was just trying to introduce Joe and you as well to some other kickass music from the Exies. BTW...great track selections there yourself. Theory of a Deadman and Sevendust...I have pretty much all of their stuff...lol.

    Cheers!
    "Never trust a b*tch because b*tches be crazy, now get out there and go crush some P***Y!" - Jerry Stiller.

  15. Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    Nice commentary Rosie Babe...you like the reflection of your naked body in the mirror...this is a good thing. Actually that means your doing really good considering how hard you can be on yourself. Nonetheless...keep it going babe. Oh yeah, forgive the hijacking for a second there Roise babe...I was just trying to introduce Joe and you as well to some other kickass music from the Exies. BTW...great track selections there yourself. Theory of a Deadman and Sevendust...I have pretty much all of their stuff...lol.
    I didn't say I DID like it; I said ALMOST (difference!)...Yeah, well, everyone is their harshest critic...Then again, what most people consider looks good is not MY opinion...So...shrug...LOL. Yeah, some pretty cool stuff there...Same here
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  16. Because I CAN.



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  17. Day 43


    0430 - HIIT Run:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 24 x 20 sec efforts/10 sec easy
    c. 5 min jogging
    HELLLLOOOO, beautiful morning Cold and crisp, and I was looking FORWARD to getting out on the road! Run went really well today. I wasn't struggling as much with the latter sprints as I was last Friday; in fact, I was doing BETTER! No aches or anything, either, which is great. So, happy girl, all ready and bubbly for the gym!

    0505 - Stretch 29 min.

    0600 - Shoulders/Abs (1 min recovery, except after Abs - 30 sec recovery):
    1. DB SP 1 x 10, 4 x 8, 1 x 4
    2. BB SP 2 x 6
    3. DB LR 4 x 12
    4. DB RR 4 x 10
    5. DB Shrugs 3 x 10
    6. Abs 4 x [a. weighted crunch x 15, b. hanging knee raises x 10]
    Back in the gym at last! (Man, it feels like forever!) A VERY good session today! I did soooo much better than I thought I would, having just had a week OFF! But, start at the beginning. Ok, so started on the weight just below that which I used on the last time that I did DB SP, as thought that maybe I might have possibly lost some strength. But no, that was easy as. Ok, so move up the weights, to what I used last time. 8 reps at that was fine, too. Each set I kept on going up, and up, and up. I was only going to do 4 sets on the DB SP (and 4 on BB SP), but decided that I wanted to see what I could get to. In the end I stopped at 20kg (i.e. 44 lb; yes, EACH hand) DB, and nearly dropped them attempting a 5th rep on my last set. So, pleased with that...BB SP was good, too, using weight finished at last time...DB LR and DB RR ok. Really seeing the separation in my delts coming out nicely...DB Shrugs ok, too...Didn't feel abs too much; felt them more doing the swissball stuff last week, actually...But, really pleased with the session. I'll be expecting great things from my body from now on (yes, even better than usual, LOL...)


    Sleep - Time and Quality: Well, the all-nighter never happened; I fell asleep (attempting Research, yet again; what does THAT say?) Anyways, must have been about 2115 when I dozed off, which is pretty early for me, considering how long it usually takes me to fall asleep when I go to bed! But sleep was very broken, and woke at 0000, 0115, 0200, and then the usual 0315. So ~6 hours sleep. Not quality at all...

    Mental Alertness/Focus: Good; good. Had a meeting with my Research Supervisor earlier this afternoon (yes, I got what I needed to get done in a hurry this morning between meetings). So, very alert, even now.

    Energy: Bouncing off the walls. Did the last of my power testing just before lunch. It didn't seem to take as much out of me as I thought, so all good. Then again, nothing ever does at the time; I never usually feel anything until a day (or few) later! One of the first years asked me if I was gong to do a boxing session today, and I said no, LOL (yeah, you heard right; I want my knuckles to heal before I do another. Might have to start wrapping my hands inside my baggloves from now on, too...)

    Motivation: Two assessments on Friday, and then it's into the home straight for the last two ...Awesome training this morning has made me really look forward to the hols, when I'll have loads of time (well, in between travelling and work, LOL) to thrash the body without having to worry about being too awake for study...

    Mood/Aggression: Yeah, happy as, aye.

    Libido: This little bunny has been pretty high the last couple of days, especially as stress levels begin to rise (trying to tell me something, fella? LOL).

    Endurance: Awesome as.

    Strength: 21% increase in DB SP; I can be pleased with that, LOL.

    Quality of Training: Yep, AWESOME (hehe, seems to be my word for today, LOL).

    Pump and Vascularity: Pump in anterior delts was reasonably strong today...Vascularity is starting to show again more...

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Hardening up still. All over.

    Body Composition and Look: Arms, delts and upper back continuing to look better and better...Lower body FEELS like it's smaller, even though my measurements have NOT changed in the last 6 weeks at all (weird...)...Breasts are definitely smaller, noticeably less full than this time last week...

    Overall Sense of Feeling: Positive. Happy. Smiling.
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  18. Day 44


    0815 - Cycling:
    a. 4 min @ Level 1 @ 112 rpm (70-75% est. HRmax)
    b. 4 min @ Level 2 @ 112 rpm (75-85% est. HRmax)
    c. 4 min @ Level 3 @ 112 rpm (85% est. HRmax)
    d. 4 min @ Level 4 @ 112 rpm (85-90% est. HRmax)
    e. 4 min @ Level 5 @ 112 rpm (90-95% est. HRmax)
    f. 4 min @ Level 6 @ 112 rpm (90-95% est. HRmax)
    g. 4 min @ Level 7 @ 112 rpm (90-95% est. HRmax)
    h. 4 min @ Level 8 @ 112 rpm (90-95% est. HRmax)
    i. 3 min @ Level 1 @ 112 rpm (75-95% est. HRmax)
    Step protocol again today, but for a little longer. HR rose fairly quickly in the first 'step'. After that it was a battle to get it 'going'; I felt as if I should be spinning more, but kept it at a steady 112 rpm. At 11 minutes I began to feel quite warm, and all the heat seemed to rush to my face. At 22 minutes the sweat was starting to trickle down my face and back. At 25 minutes I started breathing a little harder, but returned to normal after a couple of minutes. HR would just NOT rise, today. Which is interesting. Legs were fine; they coped well. It was like they were on automatic for cadence, turning over without seeming effort, even as the resistance increased (it was breathing today). I could have kept going (legs), and almost went through the steps again, but didn't. Good session.

    0915 - Stretch 23 min


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~2300-0700 (waking at 0315; which is when I probably SHOULD have gotten up!), so ~8 hours sleep. I was pretty fatigued last night, but stayed up later doing an assignment. Sleep deep and dreamless.

    Mental Alertness/Focus: I'm so much more RELAXED today than I have been in a long time; it's like the stress has suddenly almost gone (but not quite). I'm far more confident about my meta-analysis, and only have to write it now. As for the other 2 assessments this week, almost done there, so, yeah ok. Still feeling a little fatigued, and not really wanting to do much in the way of study today; but I WILL finish one of those assignments tonight...

    Energy: Energizer bunny has slowed down a little today. A bit fatigued (probably from the gym yesterday; it actually takes more out of me than I realize).

    Motivation: Still there. Still strong. Especially now.

    Mood/Aggression: No aggression (But I had some last night; MAN!)...Mood calm and steady and flat...

    Libido: He's calmed down a little. Prepare for the highlights tonight, though, LOL...

    Endurance: Good.

    Strength: N/A.

    Quality of Training: Pushing that body a little more each day. "Excellent!" she says, with a sparkle in her eyes

    Pump and Vascularity: Not much of a pump...Vascularity particularly noticeable in lower anterior legs...

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Legs keep getting harder; I barely have to flex and they're already hard.

    Body Composition and Look: "You're definitely getting leaner" I was told this morning. It seems that it's all going to go from my upper body first this time around, and then move on to the lower body...

    Overall Sense of Feeling: She smiles faintly.
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  19. Great work girl! I enjoy following along in your success. Keep kickin' azz!

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  20. Yes, well, I'm not used to losing...


    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Great work girl! I enjoy following along in your success. Keep kickin' azz!
    Thanks, T. Yeah, I am LOVING training at the moment! It seems that every day hits another high note. Which is all cool...And yeah, well, anything BUT success is simply UNacceptable (as Sean will tell you! LOL)...Glad to have you along (at least that makes ONE who's not here ONLY for the pictures )
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  21. jeebus ur avatar

    in for full pic send via email


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  22. Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    Thanks, T. Yeah, I am LOVING training at the moment! It seems that every day hits another high note. Which is all cool...And yeah, well, anything BUT success is simply UNacceptable (as Sean will tell you! LOL)...Glad to have you along (at least that makes ONE who's not here ONLY for the pictures )
    I don't know if unacceptable even covers it....that might be an understatement. LOL.
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by Outside Backer View Post
    jeebus ur avatar

    in for full pic send via email
    "Full-size" is avatar on bb.com (I no longer have the HUGE version).
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    Thanks, T. Yeah, I am LOVING training at the moment! It seems that every day hits another high note. Which is all cool...And yeah, well, anything BUT success is simply UNacceptable (as Sean will tell you! LOL)...Glad to have you along (at least that makes ONE who's not here ONLY for the pictures )
    Lol - Oh, me likey the smokin' pics too!

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    Legendary


  25. Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Lol - Oh, me likey the smokin' pics too!
    Who wouldn't or doesn't for that matter? Rosie works hard and her body definitely shows it. This girl doesn't settle on just looking good...its always about looking better. This is why I'd be willing to bet she'll eventually end up adding some trophies to her collection when she steps on stage.

    Anyway, always nice to see my AM bro T1 chippin in...lol.

    Cheers Brutha Man!
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  26. Day 45


    0430 - HIIT Run:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 24 x 20 sec efforts/10 sec easy
    c. 5 min jogging
    Another morning. Another run. Looked forward to it. Loved it. Wasn't cold this morning; felt more like spring than winter. Tum a bit upset today. Started fatiguing at the 18th sprint, and the last 2 sprints were definitely at a slower pace. Until then, though, they were ok. Brilliant, actually. Felt strong and fast. Only ache was in left delt/bi insertion/origin, but not sharp and certainly not very painful. Hip flexors I felt quite a bit afterwards, though.

    0515 - Stretch 23 min.

    0600 - Arms (3 min recovery between CG PU sets, and 1 min recovery between tri-bi supersets):
    1. CG PU 4 x 12, 10, 7, 6
    2. Weighted Dips 1 x 10, 3 x 8 SUPERSETEED WITH 3. DB ZC 4 x 8
    4. Flat CG BB BP 4 x 6 SUPSETTED WITH 5. Inc DB BC 4 x 6
    6. O/H Rope Cable T/ext 2 x 12 SUPERSETTED WITH 7. Alt. DB HC 2 x 12
    New highs reached today, so pretty pleased with the session. Gaining my strength back slowly on the CG PU, so no complaints there. For dips I really should get a belt or chain to hang a weight from on my hips, as my feet were struggling a little to hold onto the DB today (15.5kg a little too much for them to handle, but they have no other choice at the moment). DB ZC struggled with. On the other hand, my upper back, delts, and bis looked ****ing ripped as while I was doing them. Increased weight for Flat CG BB BP up 14% from last week, on the last 3 sets; and did better at the Inc DB BC, too. Weight more on O/H Rope Cable T/ext. Added Alt. DB HC back in, just as a change; and was REALLY seeing anterior delts and bis 'popping' during them. DIDN'T want to leave the gym today!


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~ 2215-0315, so ~5 hours sleep. Dreaming, last night. Woke feeling a little shattered, actually; and with a stuffy head...

    Mental Alertness/Focus: What I have been awake has been good. Slept this afternoon from ~1425-1555, which is ok, since tonight is this week's all-nighter...

    Energy: Good. Was quite 'bouncy' in the gym. And at school. Feel a little fatigued now, though...

    Motivation: Nearly done with the study; I shall finish all but the meta-analysis and its presentation tonight, so feeling pretty chilled on that front, really...Training is awesome; no motivation needed THERE...

    Mood/Aggression: Good mood. No aggression needed.

    Libido: My body has been REALLY responsive the last week or so, and especially last night. Man, maybe the stress IS being released somehow?...shrug...

    Endurance: Better.

    Strength: Definitely better

    Quality of Training: Keep pushing the bar and making each session harder and better than the last! You're doing a good job so far.

    Pump and Vascularity: Awesome pump in triceps and biceps today (not so much in forearms, which is how it should be)...Vascularity is starting to look 'knotted' again; and veins in legs starting to display more...

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Delts and arms harder, definitely...

    Body Composition and Look: Upper body continues to look leaner by the day; it's almost like I'm watching the fat melt off! Area around hips is the same. Lower body, though measurements have NOT been changing over the last 6 weeks, looks SMALLER than it did even from last week (weird...)

    Overall Sense of Feeling: Time flies, does it ever! 2 hours is mere pittance talking to you, Sean...Seriously...Apart from stuffy head (I best NOT be getting sick again; there will be NO more weeks off, and no more than the ONE day off a week, if I DO!) I am good.
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  27. Wink That's the plan


    Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    Rosie works hard and her body definitely shows it. This girl doesn't settle on just looking good...its always about looking better. This is why I'd be willing to bet she'll eventually end up adding some trophies to her collection when she steps on stage.
    Thanks for the support (and the faith), Sean. Once you get used to something, you kind of KEEP expecting it!
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  28. Day 46


    0445 - Rollers:
    a. 4 min in 39x18 @ 110 rpm @ 65% HRmax
    b. 16 min in 39x15 @ 108-110 rpm @ 75-80% HRmax
    The body just wasn't into it this morning. And the head just didn't want to push. Actually, I felt like ****e in general. Tired. It was an effort just to even get HR to 65% HRmax in the first step. Legs didn't want to spin. And I didn't push the issue. I probably should have had the day OFF. But no, stubborn me decided that it would be simply UNacceptable after yesterday. And that was that. So I sat there. I DID stop at 20 minutes, though, instead of continuing on to do 30 minutes. I was really hot and 'clammy' sweaty, which is even WORSE than the usual glistening, dripping sweaty. Afterwards I threw up blood, and that was that.

    0545 - Stretch 22 min.


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~ 2315-0315, so ~4 hours sleep. Dark and dreamless. It was supposed to be an all-nighter last night. But the body fell asleep. Yet again. That's more times this year than I care to count when I've tried to do an all-nighter and fell asleep! What's up with that? Last year I was doing at LEAST one a week! I must be getting old or something, LOL. Or maybe the body is just being pushed to the limits right now, especially where training is concerned (since THAT is NOT suffering at all this year; I'm making sure of that!), and NEEDS that extra sleep...

    Mental Alertness/Focus: I have to be there...At least until I get the last of these assessments due tomorrow done (just a few things on one to go). I've spent the majority of the day finishing one off (the group presentation; yeah, she likes to be in control; that way I KNOW we'll get a good grade!), and seeing clients, and now the night will finish the other...But, to be honest, I just want to SLEEP!

    Energy: The energizer bunny needs new batteries.

    Motivation: I feel like it should be better than what it is. This is just one of those days (Sean, better get that foot of yours ready...)

    Mood/Aggression: Tired and flat. Possible aggression brewing...

    Libido: Body is still responsive, but my head is NOT in that place today.

    Endurance: I could have stayed on there and kept going, as usual, but just couldn't be 'bothered', know what I mean (yeah, even I have those days sometimes, people...)

    Strength: N/A.

    Quality of Training: Pathetic. NOT happy at all!

    Pump and Vascularity: Pump strong, though...Pretty blue lines tattooed all over my legs and arms...

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Yeah, hard still. Getting better. All over.

    Body Composition and Look: Ok. Not pleased today (but it's one of those days where nothing would make me 'happy'...)

    Overall Sense of Feeling: I feel like a ****ing trainwreck! Fatigued as hell (and I shouldn't be). Tired. Stuffy head. Clogged throat. Nausous. Throwing up blood. Not eating and then binging because of not eating...Damn this fragile human immune system! Damn this ****ing fragile human body! Fcuk, fcuk, FCUK! Tomorrow it is going to take a BEATING in the gym for sure!!!
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  29. Day 47


    0430 - HIIT Run:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 24 x 20 sec efforts/10 sec easy
    c. 5 min jogging
    Man I was HEATED when I went out this morning (you'll see later). It wasn't cold at all (then again, I was wearing a short-sleeved thermal, LOL) and not a lot of wind. I felt good. Sprints were all great today; no 'lagging' or slowing of pace like on Wednesday. After the 11th sprint, though, I could taste the blood, and it lingered; but it wasn't a problem. I felt strong and powerful, and very, very AGGRESSIVE...

    0516 - Stretch 27 min.

    0600 - Back (1 min recovery, except between PU sets - 3 min recovery):
    1. CG PU (pronated grip) 4 x 6, 5, 4, 3
    2. BB BOR 4 x 6, 5, 4, 3
    3. WG LPD 4 x 6, 5, 4, 3
    4. CG SR 4 x 6, 5, 4, 3
    5. CG TR 4 x 6, 5, 4, 3
    Sooooo, I was told this morning that "I didn't feel too well". Yeah, ok; don't tell me how I feel! Besides, the aggression from yesterday was sitting just below the surface, and that just set it right off! And in the gym, well...Changed hand grip on PU today, deciding to do pronated, as opposed to the supinated grip that I've been using (Note that I DID do 1-2 SUPINATED CG PU straight AFTER each set of pronated PU). It was a little more difficult, and I could feel it in my rhomboids for some reason. Definitely hits the back STRAIGHT AWAY, instead of the next day, like the supinated version. But, since I felt like anything LESS than 6 reps a set WASN'T pushing myself hard enough, I made it up with supinated CG PU. All good...On to the BB BOR. Small weight increase on my lifts. Really gritting my teeth. After my second set the blood was back, and I felt like I was going to throw it up. The feeling stayed with me for the rest of the session, which wasn't all that pleasant...WG LPD went up here, too. Pleased...Same with CG SR; up 6% from last time I did them...On the last set of the CG TR my forearms were SCREAMING and my hands were clenched so tight to stop from dropping the bar, and my vision went blurry; but I managed...Don't know what it was today, but on the LAST rep of EVERY set of the last four exercises, I could only manage to get the bar 9/10 in on the effort. GRRRRRRRRRR...Anyways, the body DID take a beating (and took it well, I might add). New weight highs, despite the blood and whatnot...


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~ 2115-0315 (waking at 0000), so ~6 hours sleep. Deep and dark and dreamless. I was soooo tired yesterday. I waited until I could have my last doses of supplements, and then went straight to bed.

    Mental Alertness/Focus: Has been on edge all day today. The group presentation went ****e (and this time, I mean it). We were so UNprepared; the group hadn't practiced what we were going to do, and people were changing things right up until we presented it (GRRRRRRRRR). In the end I gave the slideshow part and the rest of the group did the activities. But, man; I was getting real antsy and frustrated and GRRRRRR (yep, that's today's word, LOL)...Finished and handed in my clinical logbook. How the **** is mine like 20 times the size of everyone elses???...Anyways, all that's left of assessments is my meta-analysis and then its presentation, so next week (they reckon that a week, even TWO weeks, is NOT long enough to do it; but I'll prove them wrong!)...Head is still racing away at lightspeed...Still on edge. And ready to snap at anything...Or laugh...

    Energy: Well, from the looks of things this morning I was told that I "didn't have any" (the tiger pounced at that, growling away fiercely...) But I've been full of it all day. All pent up and wanting to explode. The HIIT run and gym weren't enough this morning. I was going to add a boxing session after I'd finished my logbook, but in the end I had to eat. All good though. At least the energizer bunny's got her batteries BACK!

    Motivation: Stronger.

    Mood/Aggression: Last night I was getting angry and pissed off at anything and everything (yeah, Sean, it got a bit better for a while, and then whoooom...Yours wasn't the only head that got bitten off yesterday!) This morning it was the same. That aggression that has somehow been dormant for most of the last 20 weeks has suddenly reappeared in FORCE. I am the Alpha Male in my world right now! And yeah, now you realize that she's NOT the sweet, nice, little innocent that you thought she was...

    Libido: Body has been VERY responsive when I get aggressive and angry. Head has just wanted to beat something up, though...

    Endurance: Better.

    Strength: 6-7% increases on all exercises. Not big, I know. But it's SOMETHING...

    Quality of Training: ****ing awesome (minus the blood...)

    Pump and Vascularity: Pump good in the gym, especially when doing PU with pronated grip...Vascularity; well, it's just awesome today: brachial and cephalic veins really sitting just under the surface of my upper arms, and median cubital vein like a hose, with all the veins in my forearms really straining to get out of my skin...

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Delts, arms, legs; need I say more?

    Body Composition and Look: Arms, in particular biceps, are really looking good today. They look really full (maybe all that cheating and binging over the last 2 days, LOL), but leaner. So, no complaints there. Upper back is looking ripped as. Legs are coming along (hurry up, soldier; CATCH UP to the pack!)

    Overall Sense of Feeling: Like the sea (or the wind), Rosie can change just like that...
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  30. Smile Pics to say the words for me!


    Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    0430 - HIIT Run:
    a. 4 min jogging
    b. 24 x 20 sec efforts/10 sec easy
    c. 5 min jogging
    Man I was HEATED when I went out this morning (you'll see later). It wasn't cold at all (then again, I was wearing a short-sleeved thermal, LOL) and not a lot of wind. I felt good. Sprints were all great today; no 'lagging' or slowing of pace like on Wednesday. After the 11th sprint, though, I could taste the blood, and it lingered; but it wasn't a problem. I felt strong and powerful, and very, very AGGRESSIVE...

    0516 - Stretch 27 min.

    0600 - Back (1 min recovery, except between PU sets - 3 min recovery):
    1. CG PU (pronated grip) 4 x 6, 5, 4, 3
    2. BB BOR 4 x 6, 5, 4, 3
    3. WG LPD 4 x 6, 5, 4, 3
    4. CG SR 4 x 6, 5, 4, 3
    5. CG TR 4 x 6, 5, 4, 3
    Sooooo, I was told this morning that "I didn't feel too well". Yeah, ok; don't tell me how I feel! Besides, the aggression from yesterday was sitting just below the surface, and that just set it right off! And in the gym, well...Changed hand grip on PU today, deciding to do pronated, as opposed to the supinated grip that I've been using (Note that I DID do 1-2 SUPINATED CG PU straight AFTER each set of pronated PU). It was a little more difficult, and I could feel it in my rhomboids for some reason. Definitely hits the back STRAIGHT AWAY, instead of the next day, like the supinated version. But, since I felt like anything LESS than 6 reps a set WASN'T pushing myself hard enough, I made it up with supinated CG PU. All good...On to the BB BOR. Small weight increase on my lifts. Really gritting my teeth. After my second set the blood was back, and I felt like I was going to throw it up. The feeling stayed with me for the rest of the session, which wasn't all that pleasant...WG LPD went up here, too. Pleased...Same with CG SR; up 6% from last time I did them...On the last set of the CG TR my forearms were SCREAMING and my hands were clenched so tight to stop from dropping the bar, and my vision went blurry; but I managed...Don't know what it was today, but on the LAST rep of EVERY set of the last four exercises, I could only manage to get the bar 9/10 in on the effort. GRRRRRRRRRR...Anyways, the body DID take a beating (and took it well, I might add). New weight highs, despite the blood and whatnot...


    Sleep - Time and Quality: ~ 2115-0315 (waking at 0000), so ~6 hours sleep. Deep and dark and dreamless. I was soooo tired yesterday. I waited until I could have my last doses of supplements, and then went straight to bed.

    Mental Alertness/Focus: Has been on edge all day today. The group presentation went ****e (and this time, I mean it). We were so UNprepared; the group hadn't practiced what we were going to do, and people were changing things right up until we presented it (GRRRRRRRRR). In the end I gave the slideshow part and the rest of the group did the activities. But, man; I was getting real antsy and frustrated and GRRRRRR (yep, that's today's word, LOL)...Finished and handed in my clinical logbook. How the **** is mine like 20 times the size of everyone elses???...Anyways, all that's left of assessments is my meta-analysis and then its presentation, so next week (they reckon that a week, even TWO weeks, is NOT long enough to do it; but I'll prove them wrong!)...Head is still racing away at lightspeed...Still on edge. And ready to snap at anything...Or laugh...

    Energy: Well, from the looks of things this morning I was told that I "didn't have any" (the tiger pounced at that, growling away fiercely...) But I've been full of it all day. All pent up and wanting to explode. The HIIT run and gym weren't enough this morning. I was going to add a boxing session after I'd finished my logbook, but in the end I had to eat. All good though. At least the energizer bunny's got her batteries BACK!

    Motivation: Stronger.

    Mood/Aggression: Last night I was getting angry and pissed off at anything and everything (yeah, Sean, it got a bit better for a while, and then whoooom...Yours wasn't the only head that got bitten off yesterday!) This morning it was the same. That aggression that has somehow been dormant for most of the last 20 weeks has suddenly reappeared in FORCE. I am the Alpha Male in my world right now! And yeah, now you realize that she's NOT the sweet, nice, little innocent that you thought she was...

    Libido: Body has been VERY responsive when I get aggressive and angry. Head has just wanted to beat something up, though...

    Endurance: Better.

    Strength: 6-7% increases on all exercises. Not big, I know. But it's SOMETHING...

    Quality of Training: ****ing awesome (minus the blood...)

    Pump and Vascularity: Pump good in the gym, especially when doing PU with pronated grip...Vascularity; well, it's just awesome today: brachial and cephalic veins really sitting just under the surface of my upper arms, and median cubital vein like a hose, with all the veins in my forearms really straining to get out of my skin...

    Muscle Hardess/Density: Delts, arms, legs; need I say more?

    Body Composition and Look: Arms, in particular biceps, are really looking good today. They look really full (maybe all that cheating and binging over the last 2 days, LOL), but leaner. So, no complaints there. Upper back is looking ripped as. Legs are coming along (hurry up, soldier; CATCH UP to the pack!)

    Overall Sense of Feeling: Like the sea (or the wind), Rosie can change just like that...
    First...it was like this...



    And then when you decided to not actually bite my head off...



    Enjoy Rosie Babe...should give you some smiles at least...LOL.

    Cheers!
    "Never trust a b*tch because b*tches be crazy, now get out there and go crush some P***Y!" - Jerry Stiller.
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