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Approved Log 2024 Lean bulking cycle Log

co8ba

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Ok, here we are, now it is time to start a new training chapter.

After 25 days of transportation, gear from PSL finally coming this weekend SO the cycle should be starting next Monday 2/26 if nothing goes wrong.

After 3 months of cutting, now my stats are 24 yo/ 6'0/ 83kg(183lbs)/15BF.

Cycle: pin M/W/F
300 test E w1-6
400 test E w7-12
Var w7-12 25mg ed
ai 10mg e/pin day

Aim for 100kg+ (230lbs ) with the same/lower BF

The training method is hypertrophy-focused training, adopting 8-10 max reps range for 4 sets for compound movements, with 3 working sets and 1 pump set (20+ reps). Emphasis is placed on controlling the eccentric phase for an extended duration, with weight being secondary. The training methodology is inspired by the training approach of Nick Walker. Techniques such as supersets, drop sets, and pauses will be employed, aiming to maximize muscle stimulation and nutrient delivery to the skeletal muscles.

The training plan is as follows: 6 days a week
Push Day: Chest + Front Delts + Triceps
Pull Day: Back + Biceps + Rear Delts
Arm + Abs Day
Quads and Hamstring will make sure more than 1 time a week
Side delt EOD
Cardio 120min/ week

Diet 300 carbs/ 250 protein/ 100 fats in general, will change detail depending on rest/training day

Sups:
Telmisartan 40mg (won't use if bp lower than 140)
Fish oil
Milk thistle
Artichoke
Dandelion
Multivitamin
Ca/Mg/Zn
Tudac 1200mg ed
NAC 600mg ed
Berberine
Red Yeast Rice
Policosanol
Coenzyme Q10
Folic Acid
Astaxanthin

Starting point pic (no pump) / let's see how much I can improve
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Ok, here we are, now it is time to start a new training chapter.

After 25 days of transportation, gear from PSL finally coming this weekend SO the cycle should be starting next Monday 2/26 if nothing goes wrong.

After 3 months of cutting, now my stats are 24 yo/ 6'0/ 83kg(183lbs)/15BF.

Cycle: pin M/W/F
300 test E w1-6
400 test E w7-12
Var w7-12 25mg ed
ai 10mg e/pin day

Aim for 100kg+ (230lbs ) with the same/lower BF

The training method is hypertrophy-focused training, adopting 8-10 max reps range for 4 sets for compound movements, with 3 working sets and 1 pump set (20+ reps). Emphasis is placed on controlling the eccentric phase for an extended duration, with weight being secondary. The training methodology is inspired by the training approach of Nick Walker. Techniques such as supersets, drop sets, and pauses will be employed, aiming to maximize muscle stimulation and nutrient delivery to the skeletal muscles.

The training plan is as follows: 6 days a week
Push Day: Chest + Front Delts + Triceps
Pull Day: Back + Biceps + Rear Delts
Arm + Abs Day
Quads and Hamstring will make sure more than 1 time a week
Side delt EOD
Cardio 120min/ week

Diet 300 carbs/ 250 protein/ 100 fats in general, will change detail depending on rest/training day

Sups:
Telmisartan 40mg (won't use if bp lower than 140)
Fish oil
Milk thistle
Artichoke
Dandelion
Multivitamin
Ca/Mg/Zn
Tudac 1200mg ed
NAC 600mg ed
Berberine
Red Yeast Rice
Policosanol
Coenzyme Q10
Folic Acid
Astaxanthin

Starting point pic (no pump) / let's see how much I can improve
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@co8ba I was following your other log, this one will be next level lean bulk!

I would suggest you kick start with the anavar, IMO best way for you.

And IMO you should up the cardio also, lean bulk will be easier.

On the macros, hard to say but up the carbs to 350 grams and protein to 300 grams we want to have a real legit bulk.

Btw, you look awesome in the picture, the cutter went well clearly, SUPER difference!
 
@co8ba I was following your other log, this one will be next level lean bulk!

I would suggest you kick start with the anavar, IMO best way for you.

And IMO you should up the cardio also, lean bulk will be easier.

On the macros, hard to say but up the carbs to 350 grams and protein to 300 grams we want to have a real legit bulk.

Btw, you look awesome in the picture, the cutter went well clearly, SUPER difference!
Thank you Lev
Will up the cardio and the carbs, but for the protein, I think 250 is more than enough, I don't want to give my kidney too much pressure since there are not many meds that can help to protect the kidney. Also, Anavar will put an extra load on the kidney so the best thing I can do is lower the protein.
The reason I put Anavar back cuz I want a "veiny" look on the beach. But for gains, I'm sure it would be better to put it at the start, good advice tho.
 
I think your training program will be a little bit too much. Side delts EOD? 6 days per week of lifting? If your using HGH and IGF-1 LR3 then you could have a small chance of not overtraining. The GH and IGF-1 is what allows the pro bodybuilders to train so much as it shortens recovery time. Be careful. I seriously hope you dont train as much as you say you will. I only train 3-4 days per week and I am taking 3IU gh before every workout and 40mcg of IGF-1 LR3 after every workout.
 
I think your training program will be a little bit too much. Side delts EOD? 6 days per week of lifting? If your using HGH and IGF-1 LR3 then you could have a small chance of not overtraining. The GH and IGF-1 is what allows the pro bodybuilders to train so much as it shortens recovery time. Be careful. I seriously hope you dont train as much as you say you will. I only train 3-4 days per week and I am taking 3IU gh before every workout and 40mcg of IGF-1 LR3 after every workout.
Thanks KING, I know 3-4 days is probably the most scientific way of training. But I think going to the gym does not just affect the physical side but on mental as well. I don't know if there is such a thing as a "gym junkie", if I miss a day in the gym, I feel empty and depressed. This probably will change after I train for more years. Also, my sleep after the gym is much better.

For delts, different ppl have different genetics I guess. For me, my delts never feel tired or drained like my chest and back, they recovered super faster than any other muscle group, so this time I don't even plan for a dedicated shoulder day, I just train daily. I used to have schedules like chest/back/shoulder/arm/leg or something that didn't train delt so frequently and it did not work for me so I chose what I thought was best for me.
 
The problem is you might not feel drained with your delts but your doing the damage and you dont even know it until its too late. Everytime you do chest or back your training your delts. If your going to go to the gym 6 days per week then make sure and split your days so you train one bodypart per week. Bis and Tris can go twice a week and so can calves. Delts, Back, Chest, Legs once a week.
 
Thanks KING, I know 3-4 days is probably the most scientific way of training. But I think going to the gym does not just affect the physical side but on mental as well. I don't know if there is such a thing as a "gym junkie", if I miss a day in the gym, I feel empty and depressed. This probably will change after I train for more years. Also, my sleep after the gym is much better.

For delts, different ppl have different genetics I guess. For me, my delts never feel tired or drained like my chest and back, they recovered super faster than any other muscle group, so this time I don't even plan for a dedicated shoulder day, I just train daily. I used to have schedules like chest/back/shoulder/arm/leg or something that didn't train delt so frequently and it did not work for me so I chose what I thought was best for me.
I think you'll be fine, I train 5 days a week now and used to do 6 and had great gains while training balls to the wall every sesh basically. Your bulking so recovery will be quick just eat enough! :p I bulked on 250g protein so I feel protein on bulk is not as important as to when cutting. Just don't neglect warming up that has tremendously help me avoid serious injuries even at our age.
 
so I feel protein on bulk is not as important as to when cutting
Yeah, based on what I learned carbs play a more important role in bulk
Just don't neglect warming up that has tremendously help me avoid serious injuries even at our age.
TRUE, I always warm up with several rotation movements at least 15-20mins before compound movements
 
You have an excellent base to work with hundred percent
 
you definitely look good so far much respect
drop sets sound really good
 
monstro wants to see you add some hgh and maybe some tren
push the cycle hard
 
that's a good goal to get up over 230 pounds
you will need to recomp and grow
 
log looks fantastic
you will do well on this
 
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