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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Sat Aug 18, 2012 1:25 am

It had to be over 90 deg F at 10:30 am
I went to the park to train, warmed up, got on the bar to do some false grip pulls and my hold slipped on the 4th pull. I tried again and I couldn't get the bar to below my chest like I did on Wed so I called it quits and took another rest day. Went to the beach with the kids, got some sun and waves.

Started drinking yerba mate tea through out the day instead of coffee.

Totals
1,777 kCal
92g carbs
91g fat
174g protein

Im going to take the weekend off and hit it on Monday.
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Mon Aug 20, 2012 1:22 am

Saturday 8/18

R-day played some volleyball today but otherwise chilled most of the day.

Totals
1,618 kCal
64g carbs
67g fat
174g protein
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Sunday 8/19
R-day: went for a fasted walk for about 1hr 20min. walked 5 miles

Was feeling a little weak this afternoon so I treated myself to some ice cream. Needless to say I went a little over on my targets. Rolling Eyes

Totals
2,388 kCal
135g carbs
120g fat
184g protein
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Mon Aug 20, 2012 5:10 pm

T-day

6:00 wake up with coffee, feel like crap, I have a sore throat and take 1g vitamin C in the form of powdered acerola cherry.

9:50 Pre-workout drink Xtend BCAA with 1g calcium, large cup of coffee

10:00 Training
I started the 20 Pull up program with 20lbs in my back pack.

Level 1 Day 1:
Alternate pulls and chins w/90sec rest 3,3,2,3,3
last set was supposed to be 2 but I added a rep because I could.
I was able to get my chest to the bar on the first rep of each set on the pulls and every one on the chins.

Level 2 Day 1:
Dips w/20# 7,8,7,5,8
Last set was supposed to be 5. Changed it to 60 sec rest between sets instead of 90 because it felt too easy.

Level 1 Day 1:
Pistols w/20# 3,3,2,3,2
It was hard on my left leg but not on the right. I did left leg first, then right then 90 sec, repeat

Tucked lever to skin the cat - 6

Tucked lever to skin the cat hold 10 sec, to tuck front lever hold 5 sec.

dead hang for dear life till I fell off..forgot to count.

11:00 post-workout Xtend BCAA w/10g glutamine, 2.5 g creatine

11:00 - 12:00: walking, somewhat fasted???

12:00 Broke the fast....ate like a horse...man Im tired, and happy with the workout especially since I felt poorly this morning.

Totals
2,640 kCal
210g carbs
126g fat
164g protein

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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Tue Aug 21, 2012 12:30 pm

whole body is sore today...really sore. I didnt feel like I pushed super hard though, maybe it was the skin the cats that pushed me over since I havent done those since I was like 5. But it may be the cold I picked up. Lots of vit C and strawberries on the menu today. I wish I could go sit in a sauna somewhere...

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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Tue Aug 21, 2012 3:06 pm

Nice dips! Dips are my weak point. I got good results with 20kg using the program, but I found that once I stopped doing it (even only missing 1 workout) it felt as though I lost a lot of progress!

I don't know... my pull-ups improve quite well, but not dips. I tend to neglect them because I don't like doing the between 2 chairs at home.

Also, I think it was good that your first pull-up workout was quite comfortably done. I think you'll progress a lot better when starting "easier"! Hopefully you'll at least reach week 3-4 before you stall. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Tue Aug 21, 2012 9:07 pm

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Nice dips! Dips are my weak point. I got good results with 20kg using the program, but I found that once I stopped doing it (even only missing 1 workout) it felt as though I lost a lot of progress!

I don't know... my pull-ups improve quite well, but not dips. I tend to neglect them because I don't like doing the between 2 chairs at home.

Thanks!

I'm thinking you might be stuck not progressing in your dips because of your mindset..."my pull-ups improve but not my dips...I don't like doing them...I neglect them..."
Your mind is the most powerful thing in your body. I do well in dips because I have a good mind to muscle connection with my pecs. I can make them dance and pop like The Rock in the movie Journey 2. I dont have as good of a connection with my lats and back muscles mainly because I cant see them but I still try and I flex and spread them out like a cobra often through out the day. I think that focus on getting in touch with my body helped me pack on 100lbs as a teen.
Obviously my pull-ups lag behind my dips but I don't tell myself that. and I only think of how powerful my back is when I step up to the bar.

BTW if one were to try and build a supercomputer as powerful as your subconscious it would be the size of Texas and 7 stories high.

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Had a good R-day.
Went for a fasted walk for about 45 min doing laps around the park. On a few of the laps I did a set of full leg raise 6,5,5, to hanging L-sit holds. Also did some knee raises and oblique side raises.

I am super happy with how strong my core is becoming. This was the first time I have been able to do full leg raises. I know its nothin compared to the strength of you bar-monsters but I feel good about it.

Core strength was something I neglected as a teen bodybuilder. I just didnt like working the abs. That is something that has changed. sunny

I broke fast around 12:00 with a 4 jumbo egg scramble with veggies. ate a pound of organic strawberries and had 1g of Vit C, 1g Calcium, and 20g glutamine(2 doses of 10g), 1 tblsp fish oil.
I havent been hungry since and can only eat til 5:45 since i have a class from 6-9. Today will be very light on kCal but I feel good.

Totals
1,256 kCal
87g carbs
48g fat
103g protein

99% of muscle soreness is gone and all signs of the cold are gone. took another 2 - 10g doses of glutamine. I cant believe it was just this morning that I felt so sore. It feels like 2 days rest at least in the difference in soreness levels.
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Wed Aug 22, 2012 6:01 pm

afro afro T-day afro afro

Wake up 6:00 take 1g Vit C to put a nail in the cold's coffin and have my morning joe

9:45 pre-workout Xtend BCAA w/10g glutamine, 1.5g beta alanine

10:00 Training:

Level 1, 20 Pull up program with 20#,
Alternate pulls/chins with 90 sec rest
Day 2: 3,4,3,3,3 Hit the numbers and added a rep on last set

Level 2, Day 2 Dips w/20# 60 sec rest between sets
8,8,7,7,8 Hit the numbers and added 4 reps on last set

Level 1 Day 2, Pistols w/20# 90sec rest between sets
3,4,3,3,2 I barely hit the numbers with my left leg. Right side was no problem.

Full leg raise
7, to tucked back lever hold 15 sec, skin the cat to tucked front lever 5 sec
6, to tucked back lever hold 15 sec, skin the cat to tucked front lever 5 sec.

hand over hand pole climb
large tree branch pull ups 8 ( I was pleasantly surprised by my improvement here...Last time I jumped up to this branch it took me 3 tries just to get up on the branch which is between 8-9' up.)

11:00 post-workout Xtend BCAA w/ 10g glutamine, 2.5g creatine, 1g calcium, 1.5g beta alanine

11:15 -12:00 walking

12:00 Time to carb up

Totals
2,682 kCal
285g carbs
85g fat
181g protein


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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Fri Aug 24, 2012 2:10 am

Good R-day with a fasted walk and core workout from 12:00 -1:00

Full hanging leg raises
1 x 7 reps then to tucked back lever to tuck front lever
1 x 6 reps "

Full knee raise
1 x 8 reps then tuck front lever pulls (didnt count these)
1 x 5 reps "

These were done between laps around the park which takes about 3-4 mins to walk.

Totals
1,352 kCal
64g carbs
44g fat
161g protein


I'm really hitting my groove with IF/LG. Im adopting a pretty heavy calorie restriction on R-days with nice refeeds on T-days. Im taking in 40g of glutamine per day and that really seems to be speeding my recovery times. Ive also added 1-2g of Calcium and will continue with adding 1g of vit C.
I'm feeling very good and strong and my waist measurment (at belly button) has gone from almost 36 to 33 1/4 in the 4 weeks of IF.

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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Fri Aug 24, 2012 9:22 pm

Cool pirat T-Day pirat Cool

Didnt get my 8hrs of sleep in last night cuz my wife kept me up till 12:00 and no matter what time I get to sleep I still get up at 6:00

Morning coffee, 10g glutamine, 1g Vit C

10:45 Xtend BCAA w/ 10g glutamine, 1g Calcium

11:00 Training
warm up, during warm up I felt very strong and did a few close grip pulls past my chest. Its very cool to see the progress.
20 Pull up program w/ 20# Level 1 Day 3
Alternate pulls and chins w/ 90 sec rest
4,4,3,4,4 added reps on last 2 sets.

Dips w 20# ( I skipped ahead a few weeks to level 2 Day 11)
10, rest 60
10, rest 60
9, rest 75 (added the rest because this set was hard)
7, rest 90 (ditto)
5

I failed on my first set of pistols and am thinking all the walking I have been doing is affecting the ability of my legs to recover from the regular workouts. or the lost sleep is affecting me but Im thinking the former.

Hanging full leg raise
5 to tuck back lever to tuck front lever holds for 15 and 10 sec

Core is not as strong as yesterday so Im calling it quits for the day. I may have been pushing too hard on the core as I have hit it for 6 days out of the last 7. I had to go meet up with a guy to pick up an AR-15 anyway.

Im thinking maybe I will hit my core on R-days and leave them alone on T-days but Im not sure because those days are moderately low in carbs and are very light on the calories. Any input here?

Nutrition Totals
2,651 kCal
365g carbs
86g fat
207g protein
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Sat Aug 25, 2012 11:13 pm

R-day

is this turning into confessions of a workout addict? I say Im gonna take it easy on walking and hitting core every day then cant seem to stay away from the park.

walked about 4.5 miles or a little over 7km. I hit the core really quick
1 set of full leg raises, 8 -> tucked back lever ->tucked front lever

hanging full knee raise to tuck lever - 9, super set with upside down hanging crunches to fail... lost count. I think I did maybe 8

I guess I will continue with the walking on rest days at least till I reach my desired leanness and let the pistols flounder for a while until I figure out an alternative.

Totals
1,301 kCal
64g carbs
52g fat
143g protein
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Mon Aug 27, 2012 4:35 pm

8-26-12 Sunday R-day

Extended the fast to 20hrs. I took a walk in the park. my legs felt a little sluggish. it was hour 19 of the fast so maybe that was it. I did jump on the bar and did some explosive pull ups. I got very high and nearly did a muscle up. I was pretty stoked about that.
Calories got a little high since I worked a little harder than a normal rest day.
Totals
1,983 kCal
112g carbs
115g fat
124g protein

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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Mon Aug 27, 2012 4:51 pm

Cool Cool T-Day Cool Cool

6:00 wake up coffee, 10g glutamine, 1g Vit C

9:50 Xtended BCAA, 1g Calcium, 10g glutamine

10:00 Training: warm up
20 pull up program with 20# Day 4 L1
Alternate pull ups and chins with 90 sec rest between sets
4,5,4,5,4

1/3 mile farmers walk with 20# dumbbells as rest

Dips with 20#, Day 12 L2, 90 sec rest between sets
10,10,9,8,10
Since I added 4 reps on the last set. I think I can safely start the program over with 40#

2/3 mile farmers walk with 20# dumbbells (I know its kinda light but thats all I had)

Explosive pull ups 3 (nearly got a MU again), superset with full leg raises 6, to tucked back lever hold 10 sec, to tucked front lever hold 10 sec.

Time to carb up and get some beach time in. Very Happy

I went to Mission beach and swam to the buoy and back. About 1/3 mile and did some body surfing.

Nutrition totals
2,571 kCal
225g carbs
89g fat
180g protein



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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Wed Aug 29, 2012 2:10 am

R-day

6:00 wake up, coffee, 10g glutamine, 1g VitC. Ive run out of arginine and beta alanine so a run to Nutrimart is in order. I know I could save a few bucks by ordering online but I like to support the local biz.

11:00 10g glutamine. Went for a walk to the park and timed a dead hang for 2:25 did a lap 1/3mile, Jumped up and attemped a MU and got it!!!!
I walked another lap straight away and came back to the bar and tried another. This time I asked a fellow to film it for me. Got up once more but it was a bit harder this time and I had to lean to my strong side during the transition. Im pretty stoked about this development. I hadnt expected to get a MU for at least another couple of months training.

Continued walking till 12:00 and returned home to make kids lunch and then headed out for more maybe put in 5 miles today.

2:00 10g glutamine
Broke fast with a light lunch
Grill cheese sandwich on Ezekiel bread
1 cup organic tomato and roasted red pepper soup
4 organic eggs scrambled with 1.5 cups organic baby spinach
lots of water

5:30 Dinner
2 grilled chicken thigh
2 scoops now whey protein w/10 g glutamine
lots of water
1 tspn fish oil
multi vit
1 g calcium

Morning hours I drink lots of black coffee, Afternoons I drink about 4 cups of yerba matte tea. Plenty of water too.

didnt get a chance to go to NutriMart so I am missing my 3-4g arginine dose before bed.

10:00 10g glutamine, 3g citruline

Totals
1,445 kCal
57g carbs
68g fat
137g protein


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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Wed Aug 29, 2012 6:29 pm

Cool Cool T-day Cool Cool

6:00 wake up, 10g glutamine, 1g VitC
a few cups of coffee, lots of stretching on door jamb bar. (this is done multiple times through out my waking hours)

10:15 xtend BCAA w 10g glutamine, 1g Calcium

10:30 Training ( Im not feeling super confident for today's workout due to some residual soreness from last workout and yesterday's dead hang and muscle ups. I also managed a front lever last night and am feeling a little less energetic than normal)

Warm up with 2/3 mile walk while doing dynamic stretching for shoulders, lats, chest, then a few explosive pull ups w/ BW. Im doing a some mental picturing of completing the sets and positive self talk as I get to the bar.

20 pull up program w/ 20# L1 D5
Alternate pull ups / chins with 90 sec rest
5,5,5,4,4 last rep was super hard but got it. note to self - don't add reps till the last set.

Went directly to a 1 mile farmers walk with 20lb dumbbells. thats 20# each hand. did not have to put down the weight durning the walk but did some curls to rest forearms a couple of times.

Dips 1x10
Dips w/35# L2 D1 20 rep program, 90 sec rest
7,8,7,7,9 last 2 sets were supposed to be 5 but.....

went directly into 1/3 mile walk. Im liking the walking between exercises as a little more calorie burn and active recovery.

Hanging full leg raise
8 reps to tucked back lever 15 sec, to tucked front lever hold 5 sec.
I nearly slipped off the bar as my forearms are pretty blasted

Walk 1/3 mile

Hanging knee raise/tuck front lever - 6 reps

Walk 2/3 mile

12:30 Xtend BCAA, w/ 10g glutamine, 2.5g creatine

Walk 3 miles

1:30 Eating: 1/4 watermelon, 2 cups organic tomato soup, grill cheese sandwich on Ezekiel bread, 1 grilled chicken thigh, multi vit, 1 tbsp fish oil. yerba matte tea

3:00 Eating: 4 jumbo egg scramble with spinach and onions, 1/2 cup kimchi, 2 Ezekiel bread toast w/butter and raw honey. 10g glutamine

5:00 1 scoop whey protein w/5g glutamine and organic whole milk

7:00 2 hamburgers

before bed 10g glutamine, 4g arginine, 2g beta alanine

Totals
2,963 kCal
266g carbs
112g fat
203g protein




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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Wed Aug 29, 2012 8:49 pm

Great stuff dude!
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Wed Aug 29, 2012 9:16 pm

pflmagic wrote:
Great stuff dude!

Thanks Bro! Not as crazy as your workouts though but soon.... Smile
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Fri Aug 31, 2012 12:53 am

I'm really loving your blog... Especially the diet
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Fri Aug 31, 2012 1:11 am

beasty boy wrote:
I'm really loving your blog... Especially the diet

Thanks beasty! I can get a lil OCD and this is a great outlet for that. Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Fri Aug 31, 2012 1:41 am

R-Day

I felt a bit sore today and sluggish...good thing its a rest day.

6:00 wake up, 10g glutamine, 1g VitaminC
Get my coffee in

11:30 - 12:15 fasted walk, went by the park and attempted another MU but had no power today at all. I need the rest. walked about 3 miles

12:30 10g glutamine, 2g beta-alanine

2:30 broke fast at IN-N-OUT Burger with 2 double meat protein styles, that means no bun.

5:00 2 scoops NOW whey with milk, 10g glutamine, 1 g calcium, 2g beta alanine.

7:30 8oz bulkogi, 1 cup kimchi, and some kimchi fried rice. oh yeah and while making dinner I had some grapes and a small pear. I dont usually eats fruits later in the day but I tend to eat a little more when I feel weaker. 1 tbsp Fish oil

9:00 10g glutamine, 4g arginine

Macros Totals
1,782 kCal
105g carbs
84g fat
164g protein
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Sat Sep 01, 2012 2:17 am

Took another R day and will fill in later... upped Cal today to boost recovery my MUs and added farmers walks are taking a toll. Only got 5 hrs sleep last night so that didnt help either. Time for a good nights sleep and will go for it in the AM.

I did end up going to the beach and was catching waves like a madman. That wore me out a bit.
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Sun Sep 02, 2012 2:09 am

Cool Cool T-day Cool Cool

5:30 wake up, still sore, elbows and shoulders feeling tender, had my 10g glutamine, 2g beta-alanine,1 g VitaminC and coffee

7:20 Xtend BCAA w/10g glutamine, 1g calcium

7:45 Training (trained with a friend and he was late)

20 pull up program with 20#
Level 1 Day 6, Alternate pull ups and chins, 90 sec rest between sets

4,6,4,5,4

Hit the numbers pretty strong today but didnt have any extra reps. I think Im not fully recovered from hitting failure on Wed.

Farmers walk w 20's - just 1/3 mile today. Im kinda forcing myself not to go super hard every time I work out.

20 rep program applied to Dips with 35#
L2 Day3
7,8,8,7,8 my dips are super strong and it seems I can nail the numbers no matter if my pecs are feeling thrashed or not.

Running short on time and go directly into core
Hanging leg raise 8 reps to tuck back lever
2min rest
Tuck lever 10 reps

Done at 8:30

9:30

powerwalking to calisthenic superset (I guess the powerwalking is used as the rest period between exercises) I really leg it out though.

1 mile to
elevated pushups diamonds 20, wide 10, regular 10, clapping 8
2/3 mile to
hanging leg raise 6 reps to tuck back lever 15 sec, skin the cat 2 reps
2/3 mile to
tuck front lever reps 8 to tuck lever hold 6 sec.
2/3 mile to
branch pull ups static hold at top for 5 sec while L-Sit x2
1/3 mile run with 10 push ups at each intersection I was out of breath after 3rd push up set
1 1/2 mile walk and done!!!

10:30 Took a little breather and had a papaya, pineapple, mango smoothie w/ 10g glutamine, 2.5g creatine, 2g beta alanine
11:00 nice big California burrito
12:30 4 eggs with Ezekiel bread toast
2:30 2 scoops Now whey protein
nap time
6:30 3 slices homemade sausage pizza, 2 scoops whey protein. 1 tbsp fish oil.

Totals
3,113 kCal
312g carbs
108g fat
229g protein
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Mon Sep 03, 2012 6:37 pm

I think a couple of days off are in order...while my muscles seem to be recovering just fine my joints are not. Im feeling stress in my shoulders and more recently from my muscle up attempts, my elbows and wrists.

I got a recommendation to supplement with organic tumeric for joint support from a nutrition/crossfit fellow at the local health food store. Once I feel 100% I will resume the workouts but make sure to get 2 days recovery and force myself to not do anymore daily MU attemps.

Interestly too it seems as I hit this pre-injury period my progress in leanness has stalled where previously I could see weekly changes. Maybe Ive hit a preservation mode and need a little rest to kick out of that and resume the fat killin.
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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:20 am

Past couple of days have been a little off. Monday's workout aborted then a neighborhood block party that evening did not support my recovery attempt. Tuesday went on a walk for a few miles, trying to expel the party toxins. Usually on my walks I feel super energized by the 2nd mile but not then. legs still sore and tibius anterior muscles not feeling good at all.

Kept with my normal diet but really didnt keep track the last few days. supplements are on track.

My sleep has been jacked up for the last week too. I have been unable to get more than 6 hrs at night and averaged about 5 per night.

Today I did go train but felt the same...lack of energy no power boost that I usually feel.

20 pull up program w/20# level 1 day 7
Alternate pull ups / chin ups with 90 sec rest between sets
6,5,5,4,3 - I hit the numbers but hit fail as my chin was at bar level on the last rep, last set.

Dips - 20 rep program w 35#, 90 sec rest. L2 D4
9,8,7,6,6 - Barely made the last set...feeling very weak here right now

Did some hanging leg raises and called it a day.

I knew it wasnt going so well right away but did most of the workout so I could do a feed day....get some carbs in and up the calories a bit.

I will try again on Sat.

didnt keep track of calories today but Im guessing about 2800 with 170g protein.

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PostSubject: Re: NGN Training and Diet Log   Fri Sep 07, 2012 2:14 am

R-day

5:30 wake up and have my coffee, water w/10g glutamine

I'm feeling much better today. The lingering ache is nearly gone and the feeling of being powerful is back. I felt up for a little active recovery session.

9:30
I went to mission beach and did a 1.5 mile farmers walk with my 20lb dumbbells (I will be getting some heavier ones soon) Its pretty cool to be able to walk that far and not have to put them down.
I put them back in my truck and then swam out to the buoy and back. about 1/3 mile.

12:00 break fast with org. strawberries, 4 egg scramble with mushroom, kale, rib eye steak, and xxspicy green chillis

drinking yerba mate tea in the afternoons

7:00 Dinner - meatloaf and broccholi

Totals
1,846 kCal
111g carbs
87g fat
146g protein


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PostSubject: my power is back with a vengance!   Sat Sep 08, 2012 6:05 pm

Cool Cool T-Day Cool Cool

Feeling great today. I even did a 5mile fasted walk yesterday and my legs barely felt it.

5:30 wake up, coffee, 10g glutamine in water, 3g arginine, 2g beta alanine.

8:50 xtend BCAA w/15g glutamine

9:00 I dont normally train this early in the fast but my wife needed to get to the office.
Walked to the park 1/2 mile with 35lb in backpack and carrying 20lb dumbells

got to the park and did a 1/3 mile walk doing dynamic stretching for elbows, shoulders, lats, and chest.

20 pullup program with 20lbs. Level 1 Day 8
Alternate pull ups/chin ups with 90 sec rest between sets
5,6,5,4,2 I added a 10 sec static hold at the top on that last set last rep.

no rest

1/3 mile walk carrying 35# plate, 1/3 mile farmers walk w 20# dumbbells

20 sec rest

20 rep program applied to dips with 35# Level 2 day 6, 75 sec rest
reps were supposed to be 9,9,8,6,6 I did 9,10,9,9,9 that skips me ahead to day 9 at least. I will probably do day 11 or 12 next time.

1/3 mile jog

Hanging leg raises 9
hanging knee raises 10
back lever hold 5 sec

I was spent before the core work so I may hit that tomorrow to get some decent stimulation there, I had to get home too.

Walk home 1/2mile w/35lb in pack and carrying 20lb dumbbells.

Wow that was intense, swetting profusely. Dropped everyting in the driveway.

I think my power came back for sure and it felt awesome.

9:50 xtended BCAA w 15g glutamine ( im not breaking fast till after 12 so I figured some more aminos would do the trick to stave off any catabolism.)

Had to ice my right elbow for about an hour. Feeling good now though.
no pain in any other joints.

12:30 32oz of papaya,mango,banana,pineapple smoothie

1:30 not hungry but felt I needed to ingest some protein 2 scoops whey powder with whole milk.

2:30 Wow that work out drained me...went to take a short nap and ended up sleeping for 3 hrs. Yikes no time to prep dinner for the kids and me.

6:30 we end up going to the local taqueria and I have a big carne asada burrito and large carnitas taco. yum but dont quite know the macros totals on these...was a large quantity of meat though and about 50g of carbs so I think I hit my nutrition targets.


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