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skipping a meal early in the day will help control insulin and increase insulin sensitivity
the earliest i ever eat is 10-11am, i will never eat before that. tomorrow for example i won't eat till closer to 2pm my first meal after doing fasted cardio earlier in the day. it really helps let the fat burn keep going like a domino effect

also it is true in blue zones they never eat early in the day. they will have a large meal middle of the day and a moderate dinner. no snacking and no breakfast.

breakfast companies, farmers and restaurants make their livings off people eating huge breakfasts and its been pushed hard that 'breakfast is the most important part of the day', but it really is not a smart idea if you want to stay lean and get healthier overall
 
skipping a meal early in the day will help control insulin and increase insulin sensitivity
the earliest i ever eat is 10-11am, i will never eat before that. tomorrow for example i won't eat till closer to 2pm my first meal after doing fasted cardio earlier in the day. it really helps let the fat burn keep going like a domino effect

also it is true in blue zones they never eat early in the day. they will have a large meal middle of the day and a moderate dinner. no snacking and no breakfast.

breakfast companies, farmers and restaurants make their livings off people eating huge breakfasts and its been pushed hard that 'breakfast is the most important part of the day', but it really is not a smart idea if you want to stay lean and get healthier overall
I used to never eat before 10 am. Never seemed to help me much. But I probably wasn’t doing cardio then. I’ve definitely noticed the difference this time around.
Sad stuff because I love breakfast food! I have a problem with sweets. But I did tell my coworker to screw off when he offered me home made cookies earlier. 😂
 
Okay so the holiday pushed my leg workout to tonight. Here is my first workout log. I avoid most free weight exercises due to having meniscus surgeries on both knees and currently have another strain.

Legs

Hip Adduction Machine: 3 sets x 20 reps
175lbs x 20 reps
195lbs x 20 reps
210lbs x 20 reps

Hip Abduction Machine: 3 sets x 20 reps
175lbs x 20 reps
195lbs x 20 reps
210lbs x 20 reps

Leg Extensions: 3 sets x 10 reps
145lbs x 10 reps
165lbs x 10 reps
180lbs x 10 reps

Seated Leg Curl: 3 sets x 8-10 reps
145lbs x 12 reps
165lbs x 10 reps
180lbs x 8 reps

Calf Raises on Smith Machine:
135lbs x 20 reps x 4 sets

Squat Sled Press: 4 sets x 8-12 reps
270lbs x 12 reps
360lbs x 12 reps
450lbs x 10 reps
500lbs x 8 reps

Cardio:
30 mins on the Arc Trainer maintaining a heart rate between 155-175 bpm
 
Awesome log, love it 😎. Definitely give some consideration to putting just as much study into your diet as with PEDs, it will, as with your training, have a massive effect on your desired success with blasting and cruising.
Learn to count calories as a first step. Maybe consider a vertical diet after that, it’s a really solid way to not just get fat while bulking. Also not hard to learn really, at least in comparison to the PED learning curve is reasonably simple.
 
Awesome log, love it 😎. Definitely give some consideration to putting just as much study into your diet as with PEDs, it will, as with your training, have a massive effect on your desired success with blasting and cruising.
Learn to count calories as a first step. Maybe consider a vertical diet after that, it’s a really solid way to not just get fat while bulking. Also not hard to learn really, at least in comparison to the PED learning curve is reasonably simple.
Thanks for the kind words! Yes, I fully intend to learn nutrition. I’ve never put my diet and workout regimen up for anyone to see so this is going to be very humbling for me. I am just going to be honest and let everyone tear it apart and fix me up. Hopefully I get a lot of feedback.
 
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Okay so the holiday pushed my leg workout to tonight. Here is my first workout log. I avoid most free weight exercises due to having meniscus surgeries on both knees and currently have another strain.

Legs

Hip Adduction Machine: 3 sets x 20 reps
175lbs x 20 reps
195lbs x 20 reps
210lbs x 20 reps

Hip Abduction Machine: 3 sets x 20 reps
175lbs x 20 reps
195lbs x 20 reps
210lbs x 20 reps

Leg Extensions: 3 sets x 10 reps
145lbs x 10 reps
165lbs x 10 reps
180lbs x 10 reps

Seated Leg Curl: 3 sets x 8-10 reps
145lbs x 12 reps
165lbs x 10 reps
180lbs x 8 reps

Calf Raises on Smith Machine:
135lbs x 20 reps x 4 sets

Squat Sled Press: 4 sets x 8-12 reps
270lbs x 12 reps
360lbs x 12 reps
450lbs x 10 reps
500lbs x 8 reps

Cardio:
30 mins on the Arc Trainer maintaining a heart rate between 155-175 bpm
No workout brother.
 
lol felt like one. 🤣 sure hope that’s a typo. Otherwise I’m really due for some hazing here. 😂😂😂😂
Sorry brother was nice workout. This pretext shit is killing me
 
lol I knew what you meant. Just had to joke about the damn typos. Appreciate it man 👊🏼
Always keen on others training there butts off and learning. This lifestyle is never ending learning and experimenting to being our best
 
I used to never eat before 10 am. Never seemed to help me much. But I probably wasn’t doing cardio then. I’ve definitely noticed the difference this time around.
Sad stuff because I love breakfast food! I have a problem with sweets. But I did tell my coworker to screw off when he offered me home made cookies earlier. 😂
the way i would do it if i were you would be fasted cardio in the AM, then i would have your biggest meal midday and then a moderate dinner. its a solid strategy for your lifestyle
for you that would work well.
 
Okay so the holiday pushed my leg workout to tonight. Here is my first workout log. I avoid most free weight exercises due to having meniscus surgeries on both knees and currently have another strain.

Legs

Hip Adduction Machine: 3 sets x 20 reps
175lbs x 20 reps
195lbs x 20 reps
210lbs x 20 reps

Hip Abduction Machine: 3 sets x 20 reps
175lbs x 20 reps
195lbs x 20 reps
210lbs x 20 reps

Leg Extensions: 3 sets x 10 reps
145lbs x 10 reps
165lbs x 10 reps
180lbs x 10 reps

Seated Leg Curl: 3 sets x 8-10 reps
145lbs x 12 reps
165lbs x 10 reps
180lbs x 8 reps

Calf Raises on Smith Machine:
135lbs x 20 reps x 4 sets

Squat Sled Press: 4 sets x 8-12 reps
270lbs x 12 reps
360lbs x 12 reps
450lbs x 10 reps
500lbs x 8 reps

Cardio:
30 mins on the Arc Trainer maintaining a heart rate between 155-175 bpm
@Cronus402 the training is on point you pushing it but i think leg extensions and curls you can push to 20reps as the last set
 
@Cronus402 the training is on point you pushing it but i think leg extensions and curls you can push to 20reps as the last set
I’ll keep pushing hard. That’s all I can do on the curls at this point but I will work harder every day. Maybe I’ll try the lay down leg curl machine. The seated curl machine at my gym has much room for improvement.
 
I would look into doing box squats if you want to push the leg strength
 
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