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Approved Log My test anavar cycle log

you have to share training and diet daily as you go

Probably impossible for me to do daily, but I'll do my best.

Training:
I can type up the actual workouts if people want to see that, but it's extensive. High volume, fast paced, almost always supersets with opposing muscle groups. Very little rest, except for big compound exercises like bench, deads, squat. Every workout starts with the following:

Warmup:
- abs superset (SS) weighted back ext. About 100 reps each. Usually the steep decline ab crunch, sometimes with weight overhead, sometimes other ab stuff
- leg press SS calves. Leg press is low weight, hi rep. Sets go something like 50, 30, 20, 20, 20, 10ish. Calves are usually done on the same leg press machine, just slide the feet down. So leg press to fail, then calves to fail, back and forth. I used to do stepmill for 10-12 mins before workouts, but like this better.
- sometimes add pushups

I switched back to the good old Arnold 3 day split.
Day 1: Chest and back, with deadlifts
Day 2: Shoulders and arms
Day 3: Legs
Day 4: Rest, or you can do like Arnold did, and repeat days 1-3 twice in a row, and rest on day 7. I did do this week 1, but moving forward, I think I need more than one day of rest per week. Going by feel atm, but will probably rest on days 4, or use them for cardio, abs, accessory work

Diet:
by macros
200+ g protein daily spread over 5 meals, mostly lean meats, fish, lots of shakes, some yogurt, cottage cheese
40-50g carbs, very low, almost keto. Carbs timed around workouts, before and after. E.g. if a morning workout, then maybe a banana before, and something after, maybe bread, pasta, potato, etc.
Plenty of green vegetables
 
Probably impossible for me to do daily, but I'll do my best.

Training:
I can type up the actual workouts if people want to see that, but it's extensive. High volume, fast paced, almost always supersets with opposing muscle groups. Very little rest, except for big compound exercises like bench, deads, squat. Every workout starts with the following:

Warmup:
- abs superset (SS) weighted back ext. About 100 reps each. Usually the steep decline ab crunch, sometimes with weight overhead, sometimes other ab stuff
- leg press SS calves. Leg press is low weight, hi rep. Sets go something like 50, 30, 20, 20, 20, 10ish. Calves are usually done on the same leg press machine, just slide the feet down. So leg press to fail, then calves to fail, back and forth. I used to do stepmill for 10-12 mins before workouts, but like this better.
- sometimes add pushups

I switched back to the good old Arnold 3 day split.
Day 1: Chest and back, with deadlifts
Day 2: Shoulders and arms
Day 3: Legs
Day 4: Rest, or you can do like Arnold did, and repeat days 1-3 twice in a row, and rest on day 7. I did do this week 1, but moving forward, I think I need more than one day of rest per week. Going by feel atm, but will probably rest on days 4, or use them for cardio, abs, accessory work

Diet:
by macros
200+ g protein daily spread over 5 meals, mostly lean meats, fish, lots of shakes, some yogurt, cottage cheese
40-50g carbs, very low, almost keto. Carbs timed around workouts, before and after. E.g. if a morning workout, then maybe a banana before, and something after, maybe bread, pasta, potato, etc.
Plenty of green vegetables

maybe not daily but can you share updates at least 2x/week we waiting bro

good training update

but can we see actual day 2 and 1 training too not just legs

and you are eating what, you say lean meat how much? how much fish? you need to write it down for success
 
good update bro more updates
 
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Sorry I wasn't able to keep up with the log. Work got extra busy, plus 4 kids at home, etc.

Cycle was very good overall, big strength gains, some size, about 1.5 inch chest, 2 inch shoulders, 3/4 inch arms, 1.5 inch legs, 1/2 inch calves. I didn't cut as much as hoped; that was my fault due to diet being a bit dirty.

I stopped the clen week 2. As many have said, the sides are rough. The heart racing at rest, hand tremors, the worst was the GI issue -- terrible GERD non-stop, couldn't take it, was ruining the cycle. I'm glad I at least tried it, but I won't do it again. If anyone else out there reading this is considering clen, here's one more guy saying it sucks and isn't worth it, but had to see for myself.

For workouts, I stuck with Arnold's 3 day split with opposed muscle groups: day 1 chest and back with deadlift, day 2 arms and shoulders, day 3 legs, day 4 rest. Usually 40-50 sets per workout done in 1.5-2 hours with warmup. For leg days, the core was Tom Platz's high volume squat routine: 5 sets of 20, starting very light (135), up to a max set for 20. At the beginning of cycle, my 20 rep max was 225. Got that up to 315 by the end. After the 5 sets of 20, then 5 heavier sets. Could be 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, or 5 x 3-5. By the end, I got 455 for 2, pretty good for me these days.

Planning on doing another cycle this fall, similar, maybe escalate a bit, maybe run SR9009 (stenabolic) together with Cardarine for weight loss, plus test and var again.

Also planning on running 12 week SARMS only (LGD, S4, Cardarine) in between gear cycles, after PCT. SARMS are coming in this Saturday, wife is running them too, will post results.

Thanks again for the help and advices
 
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Sorry I wasn't able to keep up with the log. Work got extra busy, plus 4 kids at home, etc.

Cycle was very good overall, big strength gains, some size, about 1.5 inch chest, 2 inch shoulders, 3/4 inch arms, 1.5 inch legs, 1/2 inch calves. I didn't cut as much as hoped; that was my fault due to diet being a bit dirty.

I stopped the clen week 2. As many have said, the sides are rough. The heart racing at rest, hand tremors, the worst was the GI issue -- terrible GERD non-stop, couldn't take it, was ruining the cycle. I'm glad I at least tried it, but I won't do it again. If anyone else out there reading this is considering clen, here's one more guy saying it sucks and isn't worth it, but had to see for myself.

For workouts, I stuck with Arnold's 3 day split with opposed muscle groups: day 1 chest and back with deadlift, day 2 arms and shoulders, day 3 legs, day 4 rest. Usually 40-50 sets per workout done in 1.5-2 hours with warmup. For leg days, the core was Tom Platz's high volume squat routine: 5 sets of 20, starting very light (135), up to a max set for 20. At the beginning of cycle, my 20 rep max was 225. Got that up to 315 by the end. After the 5 sets of 20, then 5 heavier sets. Could be 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, or 5 x 3-5. By the end, I got 455 for 2, pretty good for me these days.

Planning on doing another cycle this fall, similar, maybe escalate a bit, maybe run SR9009 (stenabolic) together with Cardarine for weight loss, plus test and var again.

Also planning on running 12 week SARMS only (LGD, S4, Cardarine) in between gear cycles, after PCT. SARMS are coming in this Saturday, wife is running them too, will post results.

Thanks again for the help and advices

Looks like good gains. If I could nitpick I would not do chest and back along with deadlift on one day. Always do the big three lifts on different days to get the most out of it. Also I wouldnt recomend doing 100 reps of squats for your workout. You would be better off doing a 5x5 at much heavier weights. Do reps on your leg press after your doing doing the heavy squats. You can also change the 5x5 to adding an additional rep each week too and go up to 10x5 if you really want to increase intensity. I just think 5 sets of 20 is going to cause you to get accustomed to cardio squatting which will do nothing for the bulk of your legs. Tom Platz had different genetics so it works for him.
 
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