Ok it's time for some more pain! The transformation contest is over, I'm not on tap to do a log for anyone (yet) and my motivation is in the toliet! So it's time to get focused and forge torward my goal of sub 10% BF by 1 Dec!
TIME LINE I have exactly 8 weeks before the gym closes down and will force me to take a week off, so this log will be another 8 weeker.
GOAL I want to get to 12% in the next 8 weeks. I know that doesn't sound like a very difficult goal, but I want to regain some strength while doing it. In the next 8 weeks I want to get back some raw gym lifts, 2 goals in particular are
Bench Press=400+ Raw
I'd also like to get around 275 or more on standing military press but will see how my shoulders hold out.
DIET I'm starting off with a 40/40/20 @ 2800-3000cals which will yield me some very slow results for sure, but with the extra carbs I hope to start pushing some bigger weights which in turn should translate into some additional fat loss.
WORKOUT 4 day split
Workout will be Basso style which means I don't follow any particular w/o but I have customized my own. I never do the same w/o 2 times in a row and I base all w/o's on Compound movements. I will do an old school periodization for Bench and Deads the next 8 weeks.
PROBLEMS Left knee, I have apparently reinjured an old cycling injury by reintroducing riding into my life and it completly inhibits me from Squating. Heavy squating (my fav lift) will not be an option, hopefully I can slowly reintroduce squats but for now Big DLs will have to suffice.
SUPPLEMENTS For the most part they will be just the basics, I added creatine this last week and have put on 5lbs (normal) and I will run it throughout, I also have PowerFULL and Camph from USPLabs on the way, so I will introduce those as well. Here is my planned list
CycleSupport-1 serving per day
Of course I maintain the right to change this list if I'm asked to do a log for someone.
MY PROGRESS Ok so here is where I've been and where I'm headed. First Pic is from Feb. Height is 5'9" hopefully that won't change!
Ok, enough...let the next phase of my transformation begin!