Love some good ole fashion supp porn! Let me know how that CEL product works for you! Always was a huge fan of their products back in the day. Even their support products were top of the line but it's been a long time since I have used any of their stuff.
Will do, I'm interested in their Anabolic Effect as well, but decided to go with their more tried and true for the time being.Love some good ole fashion supp porn! Let me know how that CEL product works for you! Always was a huge fan of their products back in the day. Even their support products were top of the line but it's been a long time since I have used any of their stuff.
Interestingly, my father in law did one of those elimination diets and went from eating all of the bad processed foods, white refined starches, gluten, etc. And when he changed he said he immediately felt better. Less joint pain, more energy. I'd never be able to eliminate gluten purely because I like beer too much, haha. But I've also had friends who have done Whole 30, similar concept and have felt it was beneficial.if you have bloating and GI Distress have you pinpointed what is causing it?
A common issue is high FODMAP Foods, some people can tolerate some, some can not.
Is there a certain source you are not absorbing?
Even if you are eating more or fewer calories (regardless of goal) there has to be an underlying issue or source you continually eat but it's not agreeing with you. I would start playing the elimination game and figure out your digestion. The more calories you try and add and eating foods that don't agree with you is a recipe for disaster.
Take notes on what meals digest properly, and what meals leave you gassy/bloated. Go back to those meals that have GI Distress and start rotating in and out different sources that may be causing that meal to settle heavy. Run the changes for a week, take notes, and then see if it goes away. If it does then you found your issue.
If dairy is an issue then it may be the whey/whey blends you use causing stomach discomfort.Interestingly, my father in law did one of those elimination diets and went from eating all of the bad processed foods, white refined starches, gluten, etc. And when he changed he said he immediately felt better. Less joint pain, more energy. I'd never be able to eliminate gluten purely because I like beer too much, haha. But I've also had friends who have done Whole 30, similar concept and have felt it was beneficial.
For me it's mostly anytime I try to force cals during bulking phases. I get uncomfortable going much above maintenance, even with just an additional 300-500 cals per day. Mostly through shakes for convenience. I have eliminated most of my dairy from my diet though (mostly from milk) for the past maybe 3 years or so now, because I felt that was definitely a cause of bloat since I was drinking so much of it.
How far from my pre do you think I need to space?Try not to take a dose at the same time as a stim based preworkout.
No, in lbs. Not making excuses, but I workout from home and have limited equipment. BB set to 100#, DBs to 70#, pull up bar and TRX. But I need to push harder.Are you using kilos for your lifts?
This is my experience as well. Generally have to pull back on stims when using strong orals.To your question on dosing with a stim, I don't really have a answer. I just feel like when I take a dose of orals before the gym and have my pre wo I get a headache. I did this this morning and took my blood pressure imeadately after the gym and it was 139/86. Yesterday post gym with no preworkout or oral dose it was 131/78
Normal rest day mid day im 125ish over 75. I use a home BP cuff that runs on batteries. I always take it 3 times in a row and average it out.
Nice!!Pre: 1 scoop Aggro, 1 scoop Permaswole, 2g taurine
Intra: 1 scoop ENDUR3
BB rows +60x15, 130x10, 150x10,10
Neutral grip pull ups 11,8,7
Overhand Grip Deadlifts 100x10, 110x10, 130x10
DB laterals 25x10,10 - stopped short due to time...
BB curls - didn't have time, will hit arms tomorrow during accessory lifts
Time 42:54, 248 cals
Daughter got up at 4:30 this morning, so needless to say, getting up an hour later for my WO was tough.
Quick update from yesterday (cardio day). Overall shape is seemingly changing, fuller upper body shape and more tapered waist, even though I still have the spare tire around the midsection. Shoulders/upper arms seem more striated even at what I expect is a high BF %. Will post a pic probably tomorrow.
No offense here. That's what this forum is for, helps with accountability. You guys make me re-examine and push harder. I checked back and at the beginning of logging on here I was doing 150# for 5x5, and used to do 225# for deadlifts for reps, but honestly that hasn't been for about 2 years+ since I last was in a real gym. It's a bit awkward doing anything above 100# at home because I have to hang DBs off the bar to increase weight, but I will do it!Way to get it done with less than 45 minutes - that’s a good amount of work for that small of a training window!
Also, and I say this as your brother in iron and not as some critical douche, if you can barbell row a weight you can probably deadlift that much (at least). If not, there may just be some technical tweaks you could apply to get it there. But I am sure you have the muscle to spare!
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Non-standard, it's a skinny bar, so no Olympic plates for me. There's a picture somewhere in my log that shows what it looks like. I should probably just invest in an Olympic bar and call it a day though.Is your bar fixed at 100, or could you buy more plates? Or is it like a nonstandard barbell where Olympic plates don’t fit?
Craigslist and Facebook can be good places to dig for affordable used equipment.
I gotcha. I would just start browsing - sometimes a cheap used bar and plates will just pop up out of nowhere and the owner just wants them gone. If you see a bargain, jump on it. Or you could get a fancy new bar of course.Non-standard, it's a skinny bar, so no Olympic plates for me. There's a picture somewhere in my log that shows what it looks like. I should probably just invest in an Olympic bar and call it a day though.
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