USP Labs Ultimo LBM Gainer, hold the Adipose

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by strategicmove View Post
    A very tight stack you have there, Sir! It will be an honour to follow your log. Now, show them how it's done!
    You know it boss, OCC log time baby!

    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    Nice work. I am looking at doing the same thing later this winter to lean out a touch (minus the P-Slin). So you better do a good job
    I have very high hopes for the results I can nail down with this. I will do my best to shed some light on it for ya before you get your game on with this stack.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    Meh, I like the AP at the Post-Post WO position; it's something which has always worked for me.

    Different strokes for different folks, though!
    I tried P-Slin pre and then post workout. I like P-Slin pre and AP post, but that's just me. It blew me up like a balloon, which I don't like... and I fell asleep.
    Freedom means nothing here.
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  3. Good luck mate - will be watching this one closely with something similar in mind down the track

  4. what is your weight and body-fat?

    you are cutting I'm guessing by the recreate. how many calories-protein carbs and grams of fat are you taking in everyday?
    Millennium Sport Technologies Representative
    Mind and Muscle Code AM10
    Classic Physique competitor, Facebook- Great Physique Fitness, Online coaching

  5. Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    what is your weight and body-fat?

    you are cutting I'm guessing by the recreate. how many calories-protein carbs and grams of fat are you taking in everyday?
    I am going to be taking beginning measurements in the next few days (I typically always do photo logs as well, but since I am in a rental house and most of my stuff is boxed up, I don't have a cam). Ill also throw up my diet as well.

    I am lean bulking so I am not cutting per se. ReCreate is added to manage cort on days I do strenuous cardio (whether its just planned runs or empty stomach stuff, basketball, or tennis) as well as just helping to manage fat gain while in a caloric surplus. Theres a solid write up in the USP forum entitled "Lean bulk your way with ReCreate" and although I just glanced at it when it first came out, I am pretty sure it is very similar to my workings going on here.
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  6. Quick Update:

    Heres the Diet per request (not going to lay out each meal, but give an overview).

    Calories will vary from 3200-3500 depending on training days. Split will be the very rare 40/40/20 p/c/f. Carbs will be taken in during Pre/Post workout meals, meal 3, and meal 4 (6 total meals a day). Meal 5 and 6 are p/f meals.

    Carb sources: Oatmeal, w/w bagels, Ezekiel bread, broccoli, skim milk/cottage cheese.
    Protein: Chicken, tuna, eggs, egg whites, skim milk, cottage cheese, 3 protein shakes a day.
    Fats: Almonds, Peanuts, eggs, natty pb, flax, fish oil.

    Thats about it. I eat the same meal plan every day but will switch it up sometimes if I go to Boston Market, Subway, Fuji, or something like that with friends. Only time I really cheat is when I got to Boston Market and go to town on some stuffing and corn bread (but its hardly a cheat with the supps I will be running and amount of cardio i will be doing).


    Important additional Note:
    Start date will be pushed back until Saturday the 5th. Why you ask? Because I am going to be getting crunked with my friends on the 3rd at a 4th party (working the 4th so no drinking then). I don't want to be starting this stack today if I know I will be doing that stuff (although the libido enhancements would be welcomed if I did start before lol). I don't "PLAN" on drinking again until a Snoop concert in late August so this stack should be taken full advantage of.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by OCCFan023 View Post
    Quick Update:

    Heres the Diet per request (not going to lay out each meal, but give an overview).

    Calories will vary from 3200-3500 depending on training days. Split will be the very rare 40/40/20 p/c/f. Carbs will be taken in during Pre/Post workout meals, meal 3, and meal 4 (6 total meals a day). Meal 5 and 6 are p/f meals.

    Carb sources: Oatmeal, w/w bagels, Ezekiel bread, broccoli, skim milk/cottage cheese.
    Protein: Chicken, tuna, eggs, egg whites, skim milk, cottage cheese, 3 protein shakes a day.
    Fats: Almonds, Peanuts, eggs, natty pb, flax, fish oil.

    Thats about it. I eat the same meal plan every day but will switch it up sometimes if I go to Boston Market, Subway, Fuji, or something like that with friends. Only time I really cheat is when I got to Boston Market and go to town on some stuffing and corn bread (but its hardly a cheat with the supps I will be running and amount of cardio i will be doing).


    Important additional Note:
    Start date will be pushed back until Saturday the 5th. Why you ask? Because I am going to be getting crunked with my friends on the 3rd at a 4th party (working the 4th so no drinking then). I don't want to be starting this stack today if I know I will be doing that stuff (although the libido enhancements would be welcomed if I did start before lol). I don't "PLAN" on drinking again until a Snoop concert in late August so this stack should be taken full advantage of.
    Kudo's on your diet. Sounds like you have basic knowledge of a bodybuilding diet, about where I am myself
    Millennium Sport Technologies Representative
    Mind and Muscle Code AM10
    Classic Physique competitor, Facebook- Great Physique Fitness, Online coaching

  8. Ya I have a pretty strict diet, but I don't really ever have a true BB diet (although I come close when cutting).

  9. i checked through your diet and noticed there wasn't any small children listed.
    possibly you haven't been completly honest with us?

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Hank Vangut View Post
    i checked through your diet and noticed there wasn't any small children listed.
    possibly you haven't been completly honest with us?
    I thought the kids were a given? My mistake. 1.75 small children per day, and the results are phenomenal. I'm talking like .5 inches on my bis for every 10 kids. I get swole on Halloween muahahah

  11. Is broccoli more or less it for your vegetable intake OCC? It's probably not, but I would add that fruits and vegetables are absolutely amazing food stuffs.

    Personally, I love strawberries, blackberries, and blueberries because not only do they have unfathomably high ORAC values (not as high as ReCreate, though), they taste amazing and quell my sweet cravings; they don't have a huge aggregate impact on caloric values, or adipose storage, as they are chalk full of fibre.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    Is broccoli more or less it for your vegetable intake OCC? It's probably not, but I would add that fruits and vegetables are absolutely amazing food stuffs.

    Personally, I love strawberries, blackberries, and blueberries because not only do they have unfathomably high ORAC values (not as high as ReCreate, though), they taste amazing and quell my sweet cravings; they don't have a huge aggregate impact on caloric values, or adipose storage, as they are chalk full of fibre.
    Broccoli is typically my vegetable of choice (meals 3, sometimes 5, and I make it a point to get it in with my before bed meal). I went on a asparagus spree and sort of burned out on them, so now I stick with brocolli. As far as fruits, I forgot to add in my post workout banana, and 3rd meal apple. My mom always has blueberries in the house so I snack on them as well. Personally my favorite fruit is probably a ripe banana. My banana, w/w bagel, and protein in skim milk post workout is by far my favorite meal of the day.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by OCCFan023 View Post
    Broccoli is typically my vegetable of choice (meals 3, sometimes 5, and I make it a point to get it in with my before bed meal). I went on a asparagus spree and sort of burned out on them, so now I stick with brocolli. As far as fruits, I forgot to add in my post workout banana, and 3rd meal apple. My mom always has blueberries in the house so I snack on them as well. Personally my favorite fruit is probably a ripe banana. My banana, w/w bagel, and protein in skim milk post workout is by far my favorite meal of the day.
    Awesome! I'm an exotic fruit/vegetable addict myself; I probably have 8-10 servings of F/V per day. Here are some other incredibly delicious considerations. If you want any tips on how to combine these in meals, I am pretty versed in the culinary arts :bruce1:


    Fennel (bulb, stalk, and seeds can be used)
    Arugula
    Lychee Fruit
    Longan Fruit
    Saskatoon berry
    Quince (must be blanched, but is delicious at that point)
    Pomegranate
    Passion Fruit
    Blood Orange.

    I think too often people get focused on nothing but chicken, tuna, beef, oats, and bagels that they forget the most versatile and effective diets are the most balanced ones. Eating this much fruit and veggies also eliminates the need for inefficiently absorbed multi-vitamins. If you're worried about sugar content, stick to the berry family.


  14. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    If you're worried about sugar content, stick to the berry family.

    That doesn't include dingel berries guys....smeton this means you too

    haha just playin' man, I had to pick someone. I love adding blueberries to my oats.
    Serious Nutrition Solutions Representative

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    Awesome! I'm an exotic fruit/vegetable addict myself; I probably have 8-10 servings of F/V per day. Here are some other incredibly delicious considerations. If you want any tips on how to combine these in meals, I am pretty versed in the culinary arts :bruce1:


    Fennel (bulb, stalk, and seeds can be used)
    Arugula
    Lychee Fruit
    Longan Fruit
    Saskatoon berry
    Quince (must be blanched, but is delicious at that point)
    Pomegranate
    Passion Fruit
    Blood Orange.

    I think too often people get focused on nothing but chicken, tuna, beef, oats, and bagels that they forget the most versatile and effective diets are the most balanced ones. Eating this much fruit and veggies also eliminates the need for inefficiently absorbed multi-vitamins. If you're worried about sugar content, stick to the berry family.

    I rarely use to branch out into out of the norm fruit selections, but I recently started hitting up a weekly farmers market and have been intrigued by a lot of what I saw. I have only tried pomegranate from that list (I thought it was fowl though), but some of those fruits sound delicious.

    From that list, what would be your recommendation for the first thing to try and find, and what is your favorite dish to make it in?

  16. Quote Originally Posted by OCCFan023 View Post
    I rarely use to branch out into out of the norm fruit selections, but I recently started hitting up a weekly farmers market and have been intrigued by a lot of what I saw. I have only tried pomegranate from that list (I thought it was fowl though), but some of those fruits sound delicious.

    From that list, what would be your recommendation for the first thing to try and find, and what is your favorite dish to make it in?
    You could make a fennel and arugula herb salad. Boil the fennel bulb for about 30 minutes until blanched with a diced clove of garlic. Grill the arugula and fennel leaves for about 3 minutes per side until charred. Once the bulb is blanched, grill it as well. Drizzle with 1 tsbp EVOO + 1 tsp Balsamic vinegar and serve with chicken.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    You could make a fennel and arugula herb salad. Boil the fennel bulb for about 30 minutes until blanched with a diced clove of garlic. Grill the arugula and fennel leaves for about 3 minutes per side until charred. Once the bulb is blanched, grill it as well. Drizzle with 1 tsbp EVOO + 1 tsp Balsamic vinegar and serve with chicken.
    I'll hit up the farmers market this weekend for that. I'm hankering to try that with some BBQ skinless chicken breasts. MMMM

  18. Day 1

    Well just wanted to say that Day 1 has officially arrived. Obviously nothing to be reported, but wanted to mark it off.

    Let the games begin!

  19. Oh yeah, Chick Peas are amazing as well. 11g of PRO for every 34g of CHO. That's 1 cup!

  20. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    Oh yeah, Chick Peas are amazing as well. 11g of PRO for every 34g of CHO. That's 1 cup!
    Mullet... a wealth of crazy info.

    I bought some Gluten free cookies to eat with some chicken after I take P-Slin for my pre-workout meal. Just thought you'd like to know.
    Freedom means nothing here.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    Mullet... a wealth of crazy info.

    I bought some Gluten free cookies to eat with some chicken after I take P-Slin for my pre-workout meal. Just thought you'd like to know.
    Sounds delicious. I have personally attained the best results when I mix my diet. The normal BB diet (oats, bagels, chicken, tuna, beef, eggs, milk) are great foundations, but a wealth of micronutrients can be found in other sources.

    Plus, they are ****ing delicious.

  22. Don't forget your Kiwifruit (Said the Kiwi)

  23. Dang mullet, I was not going to post but your Martha Stewart skills drew me out.

    Dave as probably know beans often=gas. Buy the hard kind in bulk, then soak them overnight and you'll get almost no gas! Kidney Beans + lentils make for some awesome recipees, and healthy to the max. Kidney beans are one of the best anti-oxidants behind blueberries! Also learn about sprouting ( The Coolest Sprouting Seeds on our Planet! ) and you will be amazed by the energy and taste they provide. My favourite are wheat-berries, and home grown bean-sprouts.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    Dang mullet, I was not going to post but your Martha Stewart skills drew me out.

    Dave as probably know beans often=gas. Buy the hard kind in bulk, then soak them overnight and you'll get almost no gas! Kidney Beans + lentils make for some awesome recipees, and healthy to the max. Kidney beans are one of the best anti-oxidants behind blueberries! Also learn about sprouting ( The Coolest Sprouting Seeds on our Planet! ) and you will be amazed by the energy and taste they provide. My favourite are wheat-berries, and home grown bean-sprouts.
    I got recipes coming out the yang. I just made a completely BB friendly Tuna/Whole Wheat Pasta mediterranean salad!

  25. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    I got recipes coming out the yang. I just made a completely BB friendly Tuna/Whole Wheat Pasta mediterranean salad!
    Skills like yours bud is what should be referred to as dedication...lol. Definitely a great wealth of knowledge you have...always something educational and entertaining to take from a lot of your posts. Good Stuff!

    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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