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    random pic of some foods i'm mauling right about now..
    5oz 96% lean beef (covered w/ French's Dijon w/ chardonnay)
    4oz sirloin steak (left over from kabobs the other night)
    2oz deli turkey breast
    4oz salad w/ 1TBS balsamic + 1TBS oilve oil vinaigrette, topped w/ croutons

    tasty.
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    agency..you..look..frikin awesome man! you meals look really tasty too. cant believe you are eating that much and still loosing the pounds...damn your awesome genetics..damn youuuu!! heheh

    keep it up man..will be following along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brownchoclit View Post
    agency..you..look..frikin awesome man! you meals look really tasty too. cant believe you are eating that much and still loosing the pounds...damn your awesome genetics..damn youuuu!! heheh

    keep it up man..will be following along.
    welcome aboard, brown!
    LOL on the boldened - trust me, i can't believe it either. while genetics surely play a part, and my energy expenditure is very high right now -- note that i have NEVER consumed close to this amount of intake, while concurrently shedding bodyfat and getting harder..it's truly wild.

    thanks for your support!

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    END WEEK #6
    10 WEEKS OUT FROM SHOW


    Weight: This morning upon rising, coming in at 190.8....this is slightly up from last week, as I continue to swap out bodyfat for small increases in musculature.

    Strength: This category continues to shine brightly - in fact, on Friday's leg session, I was squatting more weight than I have in a very long time - we're talking couple years here.
    (while the workout was partly fueled by some controlled and targeted "rage" I was letting out, make no mistake - strength is above board in every facet).

    Stamina: Like strength, goes hand in hand and continues to be impressive.

    Drive: While not lacking nor lethargic by any means, the initial ability to get going and "psyched" for the training sessions has seemed to level off a bit. I used the Ignite a few times this week - still at 1/2 scoops.

    Recovery: Still off the charts..pulling two-a-days here & there - for example, Thursday morning I did back & abs in AM, played an hour of tennis in PM, and was fresh for leg day on Friday morning - recovering great from those sessions.. Soreness has been almost non-existent, and it's NOT due to slacking or failure to dig deep and push for all I've got.


    Discussion:
    Making some small modifications in diet this week, time to start a gradual drop in caloric consumption..also this week, "posing practice" becomes incorporated more frequently, and for longer & more focused durations..also, I start flexing and holding the bodypart being worked for 20-30sec within the workout, more frequently than I already do.

    One rather substantial change in the plan going forward: due to a shortage of AndroLEAN, I will be running the beta version, and have only enough supply for 40 days. SO, swapping out my plans a bit, will be running AndroHARD and Mechabol at the 8 week mark, then throwing AndroLEAN in at 40 days out.

    Summary: In a holding pattern of sorts, as I have grown comfortable with the dietary resources/amount of consumption and don't want to tweak too much for now..will enjoy these last 2 weeks of AMv3 product, while looking ahead to the changes that are to come.

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    the pics.
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    lil pic after some arm action this morning..tennis on tap with my son this afternoon.
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    Beast. All I can possibly say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HereToStudy View Post
    Beast. All I can possibly say.
    things are shaping up rather nicely, indeed!




    notes for today: feeling pretty well recovered from yesterday's tennis thrashing of my son..we played 2 sets, and his game is improved since i played him last year (he's on the JV high school team now), but dad still pulled out 6-3, 6-0 match..the first 5 games of the second set all went to deuce, was a crazy set (and a long one, for the score)..

    performed a back/shoulder session this morning (mixing up the splits a bit), and supersetted thruout (felt great!), before i take a day off tomorrow, which will be off day #7 in prep, coming in 7th week.

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    It is sad that tennis is one of the few sports that I have never played. Always seems to me you are either someone who has the opportunity to play, or not. Always looked fun though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HereToStudy View Post
    It is sad that tennis is one of the few sports that I have never played. Always seems to me you are either someone who has the opportunity to play, or not. Always looked fun though.
    oh it's a great game, man..not one you see many bb'ers participating in, as it's not real conducive to the same goals. is pretty hard on the joints too, if you're playing at a high level - lots of quick & forceful pivots that destroy knees & ankles (and blow out calves uh-oh).
    my ex got me into the game ~ a decade ago, so i come late to the sport..something about it tho - the challenge of mastering something new at a late age, and learning something that did NOT come easy to me (plus the fact it was the only physical exercise activity that my wife shared a common interest in) - it is a fun game, once you learn the nuances, for sure.

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    smallish update:
    one of the guys i train (the guy who works on the railroad) wanted to get some tennis in yesterday morning, so we played ~50min set..he pulled it out late, a 6-4 win -- i have to let him win every once in awhile, ahahaaaaa..
    was some good rallies tho, got a great sweat going. SO, it wasn't truly an off day after all yesterday..
    squats and lunges this morning, and more tennis this evening with another opponent. gonna put my legs thru the paces today.

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    follow-up on yesterday:
    ohh man..great legs session in the morning, went ATG squats/DB lunges/DB RDL/leg extensions ss with leg curls/standing calf raises..could barely walk when finished!
    and then, played 3 sets (~2hrs) of tennis in the evening..
    i am a sore mofo today.
    despite thinking about resting, gotta gear up for a chest sesssion this morning, no time for rest right now.

    (plenty of time to rest anyway after i'm dead)


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    FAN-FREAKIN-TASTIC chest session fellas!!
    let me preface this by saying: i rarely discuss my #'s as stated before, i just don't think they matter. first and foremost, i am not a "strongman", and have no desire to throw around insane amount of weights. secondly (and just as important), unless you are a strongman, or training for a powerlifting comp, #'s simply do not matter - we are in competition with ourselves and our own development, not with whatever #'s someone online posts they are doing.....
    BUT -- that said, let me share what i just did. as a nod to my conditioning (and still being sore as hell from yesterday, even the shoulder from too many power serves), i decided to do a shorter, power-based session this day. rest periods were backed up to 2min between sets, and tempo was slowed down a bit..
    led off with flat DB bench, intent was 5x6-10 rep range.. i got the 125s (biggest DBs i have) for 10/10/9/9/8.
    then, moved to incline DB bench.. i got the 100s for 3 sets of 10 (and it was fairly light, surprised me).
    couple sets of rotating DB decline bench @100s (where i start in negative position w/ DB parallel to my body, finish with DB in perpendicular plane), then finished with 100reps on the PerfectPushups (5 sets of 20 reps each, 60sec rest betwen sets).
    session was preceeded by 8min warm-up/cooldown on the glider (perfect for me for intent of bloodflow)..ABSOLUTELY pleased with strength. this, btw, is how i measure my strength: in a combination of weight moved + duration invloved (reps), rather than "1RM" as i see most ppl refer to strength #s.
    and today -- I AM STRONG.





    couple pics, following (showing off the pump).
    (good thing pics aren't till next w/e, cuz i gotta shave again and there's no time this week!)

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    END WEEK #7
    9 WEEKS OUT FROM SHOW


    Weight: 190.0, down slightly but essentailly unchanged.

    Strength: Still excellent.

    Stamina: Still excellent.

    Drive: While still above board, not on full-speed-ahead throttle as in weeks 1-4.

    Recovery: Still off the charts..BUT, comparatively speaking, I have noticed recovery lagging a tad from what it had been previously to this point. I don't know if it's because of being on the product this long and my body getting acclimated to it finally, or if it's due rather to increased tennis activity and heavy training sessions this past week. My guess is, a combination of both.


    Discussion/Summary:
    Not much new to say, again I seem to be in a holding pattern, making small improvements/very slight modifications, and looking ahead to the changes that await me next week. It has been a great ride to this point, most certainly.

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    Damn that chest is looking like it can easily support those numbers, keep it up brother

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    Had me an ill-advised cheat night last night, couple hours long..
    Figured I since I was feeling a tad run down, and timewise figuring this may be the last chance for this for the duration of prep (last week of AMv3 & 9 weeks out), I think the idea of a refeed was sound -- simply the execution of it was not..I got carried away.
    No worries - I know how to rectify the damage, and I'll be fine by the end of the week. It just set me back about 3 days is all..leg session on tap this morning, purrfekt to work some of this waterweight off.

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    Quick follow-up:
    successful leg session, despite joints being a lil stiff lol..
    threw in some walking BB lunges today, kept it fairly light, went up to 135..these felt good! also did some heel-raised squats, and standing cable inner thigh lifts, ended with some leg curls and calf raises..
    sweat was profuse (pic to prove it! ).. felt great thruout.


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    some pics here tonight before i jet out the door for a PT session..
    my arms are getting some crazy cuts in them, looks kinda weird.
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    Guns looking good my man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HereToStudy View Post
    Guns looking good my man.
    thanks bro. they're gunna get better!
    if tradition holds, my arms actually seem to get bigger towards the end of prep.

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    random pic..
    i've recovered pretty well from my nonsense food-fest on SUN, feeling lean again and back on track.

    today will be the last day for my postWO shake concoction i believe..will redistribute those cals/carbs amongst my 6 meals for the rest of the week.
    starting SAT, i go to my low-carb/2x weekly carb-up diet that i am very familiar with..time to kick this peeled gig to the next level.


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    another random pic, since i haven't had any of food in awhile..



    as a substitute for my daily meal of chicken breast (and especially when i do not have time to cook), i piece together these three meats.
    2oz each of the new Carving Board selections of turkey breast and chicken breast, and a can of tuna.
    cals/macros almost identical to 8oz chicken breast - and you get three different sources of protein in the meal, not to mention the higher sodium to help keep that intake up right now..
    i am hooked on this combo, tasty stuff!

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    now - for a real food pic..
    dinner tonight:
    8oz steak + 4oz lean turkey, grilled to perfection.
    (obligatory ginormous salad on da side)



    yummy..food pics have to keep pace with my physique pics LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snagency View Post
    2oz each of the new Carving Board selections of turkey breast and chicken breast, and a can of tuna.
    Ill have to give the Carving Board a shot. Always been a big tuna fan though!

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    quick update:
    dietary changes made this week have been extremely effective, altho in over-correcting i dropped a few pounds, down to 187.8 ..
    no worries, as i'm noticeably tighter and sharper and the excess needed to come off anyway.
    i actually ran out of AndroMASS, yesterday was last dose, so bridged into Mechabol this morning @2 caps/day for today & tomorrow, then 3 caps mecha + 6 caps AndroHARD daily beginning Saturday.
    getting a true full rest day today -- feeling great!
    final review for AMv3 will be posted this w/e.

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