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    (Starr&Kortex5)Evo/Lev/Pos Cycle


    My goal is recomp and strength. I want 10%BF and as much power as I can pack into that. My weight, measurements, and pictures from this morning. I have only trained once in the past 2 weeks so I am smoothed out just a bit. Haven't done much of anything.

    Height- 5'5
    Weight- 190lbs
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    Calves-16.25 both
    Thighs- 25.5/25.25
    hips- 39
    Navel- 34.5
    Chest- 44
    shoulders- 51.5
    Neck- 16.5
    arms- 16.25/16.25
    forearms- 12.75/12.75

    03-03-07

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    I will be posting a food log again. It will most likely be done on workout days only but maybe more frequently.

    I will be using ALRI Evolution Stack, Leviathan, Poseidon, and possibly an Epistane/Havoc type supplement pulsed, if I can ever purchase any.

    So the pain begins tonight after basically 2 weeks of rest.

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    Subscribed! Thanks for starting this log! I'll be following with interest!

    Looking lean in your pics BTW...nice job!

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    04-01-07

    Food log:

    Breakfast: 1 whole egg, 3 egg whites, 2 slices Turkey bacon, 2cups mixed veggies, 1 serving of oats, 1/2 grapefruit

    snack- 1 scoop protein blend, 1 apple

    lunch- 6 oz chicken breast, 2 cups mixed veggies, 1 orange

    post workout- 1 scoop protein blend, 1 serving oats

    bedtime- 1/2 cup cottage cheese, 1/2 cup blueberries

    Workout:

    Cardio- am- 25 mins walk

    SSB Squats- 255x8x5
    Military Press- 147.5x5x5
    Power Snatch- 135x5x5
    Rope Pullups-(BW+dip belt)6x5
    incline situps- 1 heavy set

    Note: Tough workout. Started Leviathan yesterday along with Poseidon that I have been taking for a week or more now. Hopefully the rest of my goodies will arrive tomorrow. Thanks for reading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    04-01-07

    Food log:

    Breakfast: 1 whole egg, 3 egg whites, 2 slices Turkey bacon, 2cups mixed veggies, 1 serving of oats, 1/2 grapefruit

    snack- 1 scoop protein blend, 1 apple

    lunch- 6 oz chicken breast, 2 cups mixed veggies, 1 orange

    post workout- 1 scoop protein blend, 1 serving oats

    bedtime- 1/2 cup cottage cheese, 1/2 cup blueberries

    Workout:

    Cardio- am- 25 mins walk

    SSB Squats- 255x8x5
    Military Press- 147.5x5x5
    Power Snatch- 135x5x5
    Rope Pullups-(BW+dip belt)6x5
    incline situps- 1 heavy set

    Note: Tough workout. Started Leviathan yesterday along with Poseidon that I have been taking for a week or more now. Hopefully the rest of my goodies will arrive tomorrow. Thanks for reading.
    Off to a good start!

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    yeah maybe one day I'll look half as good as you do!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    yeah maybe one day I'll look half as good as you do!
    Thanks for the vote of confidence, but I don't think your giving yourself enough credit. You've got a great physic...much better genetics than I. With time and the right program, you could have me looking like a bean pole next to you!

    Keep up the great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    04-01-07

    Food log:

    Breakfast: 1 whole egg, 3 egg whites, 2 slices Turkey bacon, 2cups mixed veggies, 1 serving of oats, 1/2 grapefruit

    snack- 1 scoop protein blend, 1 apple

    lunch- 6 oz chicken breast, 2 cups mixed veggies, 1 orange

    post workout- 1 scoop protein blend, 1 serving oats

    bedtime- 1/2 cup cottage cheese, 1/2 cup blueberries

    Workout:

    Cardio- am- 25 mins walk

    SSB Squats- 255x8x5
    Military Press- 147.5x5x5
    Power Snatch- 135x5x5
    Rope Pullups-(BW+dip belt)6x5
    incline situps- 1 heavy set

    Note: Tough workout. Started Leviathan yesterday along with Poseidon that I have been taking for a week or more now. Hopefully the rest of my goodies will arrive tomorrow. Thanks for reading.

    Great start!!....excited to follow this log for sure...good luck!!
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    Food log:

    Breakfast- 1 whole egg, 3 egg whites, 3 slice turkey bacon, 2 cups california veggies, 1/4 cups salsa, 1 slice lowfat cheese, 1/2 grapefruit, 1 serving kashi instant oats

    Lunch- 6 oz chicken breast, 2 cups brocolli, 1 cup brown rice, 1 medium salad with mixed greens, tomatoes, carrots, 1 orange

    Pre-Workout- 1 serving Nitrean, 1 apple

    Dinner- Homemade hoagie sandwich w/ 2 meatballs, 1/2 cup sauce, 2 cups brocolli, 3 slices cantelope

    bedtime- 1/2 cup cottage cheese, 1/2 cup blueberries

    Workout:
    Front Squats(light) 145x5x5
    Deadlifts- 135x2x5, 225x5, 275x5, 325x5, 375x1, 415x6,5*
    Bench Press- 217.5lbsx6x5
    Seated Rows- 120x6x8
    sidebends- 2x10

    Notes: Awesome workout. I thought I was going to pull 2 sets of 6 on the deadlifts but I decided to call it at 5 on the second set. I think this is the strongest I have pulled in awhile. I could do 3 sets of 5 with this weight I do beleive. I was going to do regular rows tonight but my lower back was pretty smoked so I decided to do seated rows with Dad. I feel these better than any other type of rows, but now I would prefer to chin.

    Started my BAM and JW today also. I only got half the does in becuae I just received my order today. I can't wait to see what happens in the next 4 weeks with these along with the Leviathan and Poseidon.
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    Nice man... about how many calories is that per day? just curious

    Looking like a destructive stack though! No doubt you will do good with that!
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    Dave,
    Don't know for sure. I should do it on Fitday so everyone can see better details. I may start my log back up on there.
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    Very nice log thus far Fab!Ill be watching and good luck!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    Dave,
    Don't know for sure. I should do it on Fitday so everyone can see better details. I may start my log back up on there.
    No problem, i was just curious of what your caloric goals were for the average day. If I get bored later, I might post it in my fitday and run the numbers for you...no promises thou, im busy! lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmowry View Post
    Very nice log thus far Fab!Ill be watching and good luck!
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    Food Log:

    Breakfast- 1 whole egg, 3 egg whites, 3 slice turkey bacon, 2 cups california veggies, 1/4 cups salsa, 1 slice lowfat cheese, 1/2 grapefruit, 1 serving kashi instant oats


    Lunch- 6 oz chicken breast, 1/2 cup mushrooms, 1/2 cup onions, 1/2 cup peppers, 1 cup rice, 1 cup pinto beans, 1 apple

    pre workout- 1 orange, 1 scoop Nitrean

    post workout- ground sirloin buger on wheat bun, spinach, onions and tomato, baked sweet potato, large mixed salad

    before bed- cottage cheese and blueberries

    Workout:

    A.M.- Cardio 20 min HIIT

    SSB Squats- 275x8x5
    Military Press- 147.5x8x5
    Power Clean- 155x5x5
    Rope Pullup- BW+dip beltx6x5
    Steep incline situps- 10lbsx1x25
    L-flyes-2x10

    Note: Squats were a breeze. The military presses and pullups were pretty tough, I made it though. I know why they were tough though and that was because I was showing off doing handstand pushups yesterday and I shouldn't have been doing them. I really felt it today. Power cleans had some nice pop to them.

    For the ones that have used Poseidon, Evo stack and Leviathan- did you ever dread a breeze hitting your crotch? I don't know if this is a good thing! I need to focus on lifting and not naughty things.
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    Food log:
    Ate like a fat pig today. Tina you fat lard...

    Workout:
    SSB Squats- 275x5x5
    Bench Press- 217.5x5x5(all paused on chest)
    Power Snatch- 137.5x5x5
    Chinups- BW+1.25lbsx5x5
    Steep Incline Situps- 1x25 w/10lbs plate on forehead.

    Note:
    Dad and I decided that for the long term, and this is what this is all about anyway, to drop to doing only 5 work sets. We will use additional sets as an overload option when weight increases may be too much. Also speaking of the long term, I know I have, along with many others bashed controlled microloading in the past. Dad and I discussed this and we are going to slow our progression rate down and really focus on getting our workload in and slowly progress it. A year of 1-2.5lbs increases over a year will really add up. I think its the mental part that hurts people with this method. It may be a failure for both of us but we are going to slow things down. rushing always sets me back every single time I get in a hurry and I end up starting over again and again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    04-08-07

    Food log:
    Ate like a fat pig today. Tina you fat lard...

    Workout:
    SSB Squats- 275x5x5
    Bench Press- 217.5x5x5(all paused on chest)
    Power Snatch- 137.5x5x5
    Chinups- BW+1.25lbsx5x5
    Steep Incline Situps- 1x25 w/10lbs plate on forehead.

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    Dad and I decided that for the long term, and this is what this is all about anyway, to drop to doing only 5 work sets. We will use additional sets as an overload option when weight increases may be too much. Also speaking of the long term, I know I have, along with many others bashed controlled microloading in the past. Dad and I discussed this and we are going to slow our progression rate down and really focus on getting our workload in and slowly progress it. A year of 1-2.5lbs increases over a year will really add up. I think its the mental part that hurts people with this method. It may be a failure for both of us but we are going to slow things down. rushing always sets me back every single time I get in a hurry and I end up starting over again and again.
    Sounds like a solid plan. Your smart to look long term.

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    Looks like a recipe for success. I think epi/form is a premier stack. 2wks on 2wks off is not something I've tried, though it does make sense on paper, I would rather suggest a 3-4x/wk consecutive weeks for 6-8 total better for slow, steady gains on a pulse. I put up a thread in the S forum that outlines 2 different approaches to this. 2wks epi then 2wks formestane cycled for serveral months might not be bad though. With the other goodies, sound like a superb recomp.
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    Dr. D,

    Thanks. I'll try to find that thread. Thanks for the help.
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    04-10-07

    Food log:

    Breakfast- 3 fried eggs, 4oz flank steak

    Lunch- Thick turkey sandwich with lettuce, tomatoe and mayo, 8oz 2% milk, chef salad

    pre workout- 1 scoop Nitrean, 1 orange

    dinner- 6 oz round steak, 2 cups fried onions and peppers, 1/2cantelope

    Workout:
    Front Squat-(light) 185x5x5
    SLDL-(light) 135x4x8
    Military Press- 150x5x5
    Chinups- BW+1.25lbsx6x5
    sidebends- 2x10

    Note:
    Needed a light on today as I was still a bit sore from Sunday. Everything felt good.

    I didn't eat alot today because I was pretty busy but gosh my hunger is off the hook. I am going to have to boost my calories or I am going to binge. It must be the BAM and JW. I think the Leviathan is responsible for the chest tightening I am seeing. All the goodies combined has made me into one horny bastard for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    I think the Leviathan is responsible for the chest tightening I am seeing. All the goodies combined has made me into one horny bastard for sure.
    Thats pretty sweet... can't complain with a higher sex drive!
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    Definately not Dave! I lowered my carbs today. I may start trying to place them around workout times only for a few weeks and see how it pans out for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    Definately not Dave! I lowered my carbs today. I may start trying to place them around workout times only for a few weeks and see how it pans out for me.
    How much are you lowering them by?

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    Not sure exactly, but I may cut out the morning and lunch complex carbs. I'll place them around my workout meals. I need to start my dang fit day log again.

    Workin, I am nearly out of Poseidon, probably 3-4 more doses and I am hating it! 2 weeks to pay time again. its going to be rough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    Not sure exactly, but I may cut out the morning and lunch complex carbs. I'll place them around my workout meals. I need to start my dang fit day log again.

    Workin, I am nearly out of Poseidon, probably 3-4 more doses and I am hating it! 2 weeks to pay time again. its going to be rough.
    I hear you my friend! Try and keep a clean diet during your time off so you will reap the benefits of the detox, cleansing effect Poseidon has been giving you this entire time. I had to go a week with out it in the past and hated every minute of it! lol!

    As you lower your carbs, be sure and track the amount your taking in so you can judge accurately how your body is responding. As I posted somewhere in another thread, learning how to manipulate my carb intake (and remember, everyone will respond differently to certain amounts of carbs) to achieve my desired physic was the single most difficult, yet most rewarding, thing I've learned to do to stay in peak condition.

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    04-12-07

    Food Log:

    Breakfast- 3 whole eggs, 4oz flat iron steak, 2 cups california veggie mix, 1/2 grapefruit

    snack- 1 scoop Nitrean, 8oz skim milk

    Lunch- 6oz chicken breast, 2 cups green beans, 1 cup rice, 1/2 cup potato salad

    pre workout- 6oz tuna on whole wheat bread, 1 apple, 8oz skim milk

    dinner- 8oz chicken breast, 2 cups brocolli, 1/2 fresh pineapple

    before bed- 1/2 cup blueberries, 1 cup cottage cheese

    Workout:
    SSB Squats- 280x5x5
    Bench Press-(paused)-220x5x5
    Power Clean- 175x5x5
    Seated Row- 110x5x12
    Dips- BWx1x15
    Steep incline situps- 20lbs on forehead- 1x20

    Note:
    Good solid workout with a focus on slow but consistent weight progression. A year of this will pay off big time as far as gains are concerned.

    I started Havoc today at 30mgs. I hit 20mg pre workout with my meal and 10mg afterwords. The BAM and JW are absolutley starving me to death. I gotta eat, and I could have ate double what I ate today.
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    Workin,

    I didn't cut nothing back today. I am hungrier than a ***** wolf. This may end up being a month of putting muscle on cause its going to be hard not eating what my body wants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    Workin,

    I didn't cut nothing back today. I am hungrier than a ***** wolf. This may end up being a month of putting muscle on cause its going to be hard not eating what my body wants.
    Try and eat as clean as possible. Keep your fiber intake up as well. One of the best ways to control hunger pains (that I have found anyway) is to try and eat more veggies and include a fiber supplement in your diet. Even if you end up, not cutting your carbs, still try and take note of how many your consuming so you have an idea of how your body responds. Then, when you do begin to taper, you'll be able to outline a solid, logical approach.

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    Workin,

    I swear the more veggies I eat the hungrier I get. Its like when I eat veggies with any meal 30 minutes later i am hungry again. Just to not this only started when I started the BAM and JW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    Workin,

    I swear the more veggies I eat the hungrier I get. Its like when I eat veggies with any meal 30 minutes later i am hungry again. Just to not this only started when I started the BAM and JW.
    Interesting...veggies typically are high in fiber which should have you feeling fuller, longer. Are you eating raw or cooked veggies?

    Try a fiber supplement as well. Be sure it's a "bulking fiber" and not one of the latest "non-bulking" versions. This keeps my hunger at bay more than anything else and is my secret weapon I use to diet with...shhhh...don't tell anyone.

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    Well I'll definately take note as to whatever you are doing sure is working well. I eat both raw and cooked veggies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    Well I'll definately take note as to whatever you are doing sure is working well. I eat both raw and cooked veggies.
    Raw veggies will stay with you longer. Keep us updated!

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    04-15-07
    Food log:

    Breakfast- 2 serving steel cut oats, 1 tsp raw cows butter, 2 scoops Nitrean

    Lunch- 3 whole eggs, 3 slices turkey bacon, 1 slice cheese, 1/2 tomatoe, 2 slices whole wheat bread, 1/2 cup raw sauerkraut

    pre workout- 1 apple w/ 2tbsp Natural PB, 1 glass skim milk

    dinner- homemade chile, 1 glass skim milk, 1/2 cup raw sauerkraut

    Workout:

    a.m.- cardio incline treadmill walk 30 minutes@3mph

    SSB Squats- 280x5x5
    Military Press- 150x5x5
    Chinups- BW+2.5x5x5
    Power Snatch- 140x5x5
    steep incline situps- 2x25

    Note:
    Diet was terrible today. It is what it is though. I mean I ate wholesome food but didn't eat any veggies at all. I simply did not have any desire whatsoever to eat any whatsoever. I seem to be fighting a head cold off as I have some sinus drainage and wanting to cough just a tad, its going around here so hopefully it will pass soon.

    On my workout I flat felt strong. Everything felt really good. These goodies I am using are really coming on. I can't wait until this Havoc kicks in! I am telling you this much- Bam, JW, Leviathan, Poseidon are top notch thus far. There is going to be some changes in my diet soon to accomodate the recomp much better. I have found a local farmer just 2 miles from house who has fresh fertile eggs, raw butter, and raw cows milk. I will be adding this to some good lean meats, veggies, nuts, fruits and berries and things will get good in a hurry. the last time I had access to the raw butter, milk and cream I got tremendously strong and healthy and no fat gain. I don't seem to gain fat on raw milk like I do from store bought milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    Bam, JW, Leviathan, Poseidon are top notch thus far. There is going to be some changes in my diet soon to accomodate the recomp much better. I have found a local farmer just 2 miles from house who has fresh fertile eggs, raw butter, and raw cows milk.
    NICE!

    Man nothing like raw dairy products, no hormones or genetic alterations.. man i gotta move out to the country!
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    Dave,
    People don't realize what the raw dairy will do for them. You won't get fat like store bought milk or dairy. Look at Roos Enamiat at RossTraining - Bridging The Gap Between Ordinary and Extraordinary. The man is super fit and he drinks raw whole milk and natural foods, no protein powders!

    But me, I like protein powder! It goes good in raw milk.
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    04-17-07

    Food log-
    Breakfast-4 whole fresh fertile eggs fried, 4oz flank steak, 2 cups seasoned veggies, 8oz raw cows milk, 1 soup spoon cod liver oil, 1tbsp raw butter

    snack- 8oz raw milk, 3 liver tablets

    Lunch- 6oz ground sirloin, 1 cup cottage cheese, 2 cups mixed green salad, 1tbsp vingarette

    snack- 8oz raw milk, 3 liver tablets

    Dinner- 4oz turkey breast, 3 cups mixed veggies steamed w/ 1tbsp light ranch dressing

    before bed- 8oz raw milk, 3 liver tablets

    Workout:
    Front Squat- 195x5x5
    Deadlifts- 425x2x5
    Bench Press- 220x5x5, 1x10
    Seated Rows- 110x5x12
    steep incline situps- 1x25

    Note:
    Felt strong today. I think the next deadlift workout I will try to do 3 sets of 5 reps at 425 before adding weight. I was pretty impressed as it was easier than the 415 the last time I hit deadlifts 2 weeks ago. Everything else was solid and strong and ready for a weight increase the next time around.

    I think this evening was the first time I really felt something kicking in. I mean I have felt hunger and libido boosts, but I have been looking for physical signs. I noticed that my arms were the most vascular they have ever been in my life this evening. I felt like I could really apply the fuel on the lifts tonight. I am taking 4 caps Levaiathan per day, 3 caps Jungle Warfare, 2 BAM, and 30mg Havoc on workout days(20pre/10post). I also added uniliver back into my diet along with plenty of fresh fertile eggs, raw milk and butter. I am going to set the stage for testosterone heaven.
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    great detail FAb....looks good !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous One View Post
    Dave,
    People don't realize what the raw dairy will do for them. You won't get fat like store bought milk or dairy. Look at Roos Enamiat at RossTraining - Bridging The Gap Between Ordinary and Extraordinary. The man is super fit and he drinks raw whole milk and natural foods, no protein powders!

    But me, I like protein powder! It goes good in raw milk.
    Yea no doubt man. I have family in upstate NY that have some milk cows on the farm. Its amazing the difference in taste and quality.
    LOL checked out that website, his training style is nuts! All comes back to core exercises... what a beast!
    I need to move to the country....
  

  
 

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