Jakellpet’s 6 Week ReCreation
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03-04-2009, 05:08 AM
03-04-2009, 05:11 AM
Damn, you got 2? Keep it in ya pants already!
There cute as hell man, but Im surprised you even get enough time to work out/diet properly. I have been with the odd single mum, and even 1 kid is crazy! How you do it?
03-04-2009, 05:22 AM
When back in the city I have these guys for my break. They come to the gym and stay in the creche while Im there. In the arvo I walk them for cardio.
When they nap, Dad naps because you never know when you're next going to catch z's
03-04-2009, 07:14 AM
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03-04-2009, 06:21 PM
LOL, no objection here
Just them fine ass Bitches you always have break my already average concentration abilities
03-04-2009, 06:33 PM
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03-04-2009, 06:42 PM
3 days late, but looks like it's still just starting, woowoo!
"I am legally blind and if I can Squat,deadlift and over all get myself to the gym then anyone can get their a$$ in gear and get strong!!" - malleus25
03-04-2009, 06:54 PM
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03-04-2009, 08:11 PM
Man your kids are handsome! They must get it from their mother!
Strong people are harder to kill than weak people, and more useful in general. -Rippetoe
03-04-2009, 09:33 PM
From there I will phase into recomp, then another cut. That is the plan
03-04-2009, 10:05 PM
Wednesday 4th March
Workout: Back and Tricep Ssets. (12 rep pre-fatigue mod 8 rep compound heavy)
Strength: Poor, but increased during WO
Endurance: Excellent – within an hr window I have no problems fasted training.
Libido: Raging Elephant
Skin: Okay – get occassional acne with SuperSap/1-C. Starting to get small stretch marks under armpits.
Weight: stable 91.6kg (201.5LB)
Appetite: Under control. Initially ReCreate sends my appetite through the roof until the suppression kicks in – after 8 days it’s kicking in now. Anabolic Pump can leave me hungry – counter by munching on celery sticks
Sleep: Good – lots on my mind, so I bumped my 1-C dose to 3 caps. 8hours.
Vascularity: Okay post WO after my vege juice. Getting 2nd veins running up the inside of my arms
-Woke up looking real flat. Unsure why as had my std carbs with my last meal so glycogen should have been there. It could be a hydration issue.
-Strength was down during start of workout but improved. This is rare - it’s not often I have a poor workout.
-Picked up the kids at 1300hrs – we all slept for 2hrs. Eat tuna (1 tin with oil, 1 tin in spring water plus some salad at 1500hr.
-1700hrs went for a 1.5hr walk with the pram loaded up –up and down hills. It was damn hot still
-1900hrs dinner – see pic: (note the rice is loaded on top of more salad, so there is less than it seems.
The salad is baby spinich, red and orange caps, shed load of spring onions, chopped celery and cucumber, heap of freshly chopped mint and parsley, and a little chopped walnuts.
I make my own dressing too: 3 parts low-sodium soya, 2 part olive oil with a chopped chilli and garlic and a tsp of flaxseed oil.
-2030hrs: needed some more protein- cottage cheese and raw garlic
03-05-2009, 01:28 AM
You are one healthy Mofo dude! I hate Veggies so much. I was one of them kids that had to stay at the table till he ate them all. Id be there till bedtime.....
03-05-2009, 06:45 AM
mmmmm..my kind of food..
I noticed that you do the tuna in oil J; I assume this is because you feel the oil version is more fat-nutritious (and not just cuz it tastes better)..
Here's a little info on canned tuna (btw - my preference is albacore, solid, in water):
If you established that fresh tuna fish is excellent for your health, can the same be attributed to canned tuna? If you are think canned foods are less nutritious than fresh options, you are not far from truth. But canning may not be as bad as you think.
Canning foods is a very effective method of preservation. The process protects against the growth of micro-organisms and kills harmful bacteria, but the high heats used for canning rob foods of vast amounts of nutrients, especially vitamin C, Thiamin and Riboflavin which are sensitive to light. You still benefit from the mineral supply of the canned foods, and the macro-nutrient nourishment may even be better than what you find in fresh products.
So, canned food is not always worse than fresh or frozen. If the food's overall quality is high, it is best in all forms - canned, frozen, or fresh.
Canned tuna can be a good source of Omega-3 fats, but the specific amounts depend on the product you choose. You'll find a variety of different terms used to describe tuna on canning labels. The market name "light" tuna may refer to many different species of tuna, including Skipjack, Bluefin, Yellowfin, and Tongol, but the specific name"albacore" or ''white tuna' comes from a biological species of tuna Thunnus alalunga, which includes Longfin, Tombo, Ahi, and Ahi Palanacanas tuna.
Nutritionally, these different types of tuna are quite similar-except for their fat content, which can vary by as much as 10 grams per cup depending on the chosen species, additional ingredients used in canning, brand name, and season and water temperature where the fish was caught.
Choosing Canned Tuna
To get the most Omega-3 fats from your canned tuna, choose water-packed over oil-packed. The oil mixes with some of the tuna's natural fat, so when you drain oil-packed tuna, some of its Omega-3 fatty acids also go down the drain. Since oil and water don't mix, water-packed tuna won't leach any of its precious Omega-3s.
Some manufacturers first bake tuna for easy de-boning, but it causes a loss of natural beneficial oils. Then the fish is mixed with additives and flavorings and put into the can - all you really get from these products are nutrient-lacking calories. When tuna is packed into the can raw and cooked only once, all the natural juices and fats remain.
03-05-2009, 09:12 AM
I'd actually drain out half the tin, then add the contents to another tin in spring water. . . The oil-based one was white flesh chunks in olive oil, but the springwater one looked processed. . . .
. . . I'll be making smarter choices thanks mate
03-05-2009, 09:57 AM
Pics look great. I think your quads look good,.. and you have a nice waist to shoulder ratio.
Think training's hard,. try losing!
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