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Shaolinkiwi 01-24-2010 01:38 AM

Ripped, Shredded and Peeled - An Animal Cuts Log
 
http://i610.photobucket.com/albums/t..._cuts_new2.jpg
Ripped, Shredded and Peeled – An Animal Cuts Log

Current Stats
Weight: 195Lbs
Body Fat 12%

Goal:
< 10% BF while maintaining current weight.
I will be logging training focus, energy, appetite suppression along with any “Crashes” I experience.
First session tomorrow on the Cuts.

Dosage:
First Cuts Pak as soon as I wake, second pak 30mins pre workout

The Stak:
Animal Cuts 42 pak (3 week cycle)
Chromium Picolinate
CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid)
Whey
Fish Oil
Multi

Workout Routine:
Full body routines (Cardio intensive) involving 2 workouts A/B rotated in a A/B/A then a B/A/B format, with light cardio and some weights on off days.

The A Workout
3 minutes high intensity jumping rope
One arm dumbbell snatches - 1 x 10
3 minutes rowing machine
Dumbbell squat and presses - 1 x 10
3 minutes high intensity jumping rope
Feet elevated pushups - 2 reps short of max
Bodyweight rows up to smith bar with feet elevated on bench
Dumbbell squat and presses - 1 x 10
3 minutes high intensity stair climbing
One arm dumbbell swings - 1 x 8 each arm, reduce weight and 1 x 8 each arm again
Feet elevated pushups
Bodyweight rows up to smith bar with feet elevated
3 minutes high intensity jumping rope

The B Workout
3 minutes rowing machine to warm up
SUPERSET
Standard deadlifts - 4 x 5
Flat bench dumbbell chest presses - 4 x 8

EXERCISES IN SEQUENCE WITHOUT SUPERSETS
Pull-ups - 1 x reps
Lat pulls - 1 x 10
3 minutes intense jumping rope
Walking dumbbell lunges - up and back appox 20yds
3 minutes stair climber
Dumbbell step-ups - 1 x 12 each leg
Chin-ups - 1 x reps
Lat pulls - 1 x 10
3 minutes intense jumping rope

Daily Diet:
PreWorkout

Breakfast = 1/2 cup rolled oats
Mid morning snack = 1 can of tuna and 3tbsl of low fat yogurt

PostWorkout
PWO Shake
lunch = Spinach and Chicken salad with low fat yogurt and cashew nuts
Mid afternoon Snack = 3 eggs, 1 yoke

Sometimes I'll add some fruit around 4pm.

Dinner varies each night try to keep this clean but I eat with the wife. Weekends are usually re-feeds but I keep it within reason.

Starting Pictures
http://i610.photobucket.com/albums/t...ntBi-Jan10.jpg http://i610.photobucket.com/albums/t...Back-Jan10.jpg

rippednmichigan 01-24-2010 08:22 AM

I saw Ripped in the title and thought some one was messing with me. Good luck.

nighttrain 01-24-2010 08:31 AM

good luck

BendtheBar 01-24-2010 08:40 AM

Good luck SK. You have some good base mass, and great biceps btw. I've been curious about this product. If it works for you I might give it a go.

kman025 01-24-2010 11:34 AM

good luck, im very interested to see how it works

Shaolinkiwi 01-24-2010 01:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rippednmichigan (Post 21422)
I saw Ripped in the title and thought some one was messing with me. Good luck.

haha didn't think of that when I put it together!

Quote:

Originally Posted by nighttrain (Post 21423)
good luck

Quote:

Originally Posted by BendtheBar (Post 21427)
Good luck SK. You have some good base mass, and great biceps btw. I've been curious about this product. If it works for you I might give it a go.

Quote:

Originally Posted by kman025 (Post 21447)
good luck, im very interested to see how it works

Thanks guys about to hit the gym in a few minutes. So it's good to see the positivity :)

I've used this once before at 1 pak a day on the old formula. Stuff was great, clear energy and my desire to train went through the roof. So here's hoping...

Will report back in a few hours with opening comments.

Shaolinkiwi 01-24-2010 09:38 PM

01/29/10 - Cuts Effects
 

DAY 1

training focus = 8
Focus was up this time around, the best yet. Despite eating nothing before the gym I was still able to put some PR's. Towards the end I was getting very tired but the cuts kept me focused and going.

energy = 6
Still nothing major in this area, I'm starting to think if your looking for a energy kick to get you thorough your workouts this may not be the right product for you.
But endurance for sure.

appetite suppression = 7.5
Still pretty good notably eating less, but get hungry towards the end of the day as the second pak wears off.

crash = 0
No Crash, clean stable energy through out the day.

WEIGH IN
Jumped on the scales before my workout, on Monday i was still at 88.67 Kg (just over 195 lbs) On Friday I was 88 even (just under 194 lbs).
So my weight has remained steady which is what I wanted the next test was bf%.

This has dropped from 12.52% to 11.66%

The B Workout
3 minutes rowing machine to warm up - 784 meters (PR)
SUPERSET
Standard deadlifts
- 2 x 5 @ 220lbs
- 1 x 5 @ 242lbs
- 1 x 5 @ 255lbs

Flat bench dumbbell chest presses
2 x 8 @ 190lbs
2 x 8 @ 195lbs

EXERCISES IN SEQUENCE WITHOUT SUPERSETS
Pull-ups - 1 x 17
Lat pulls - 1 x 10 @ 154lbs
3 minutes intense jumping rope
Walking dumbbell lunges - up and back appox 20yds with 62lb DB's
3 minutes stair climber - 44 floors, lv 9 hill program (PR)
Dumbbell step-ups - 1 x 12 each leg @ 55lbs each hand
Chin-ups - 1 x 17
Lat pulls - 1 x 10 @ 154lbs
3 minutes elliptical runner (Was buggered at this point, too tired to skip)

Completed in 1 hour.

Progression
Rower inc from 754 to 784
Deaflifts inc to 255 lbs
Bench inc to 195 lbs
Pull ups inc from 15 to 17 reps
Lat pulls inc from 145 to 155 lbs
Lunges inc from 55 to 62 lbs


0800 took CLA and CP
0830 took Cuts and BCAAs
0900 workout
1000 took PWO and BCAAs
1400 took 2nd cuts

FOOD
Breakfast = 3 eggs / 1 yoke
Lunch = 2 chicken sandwiches
Afternoon snack = N/a
Dinner = Went out for Chinese had Chilli Chicken on rice
Pre sleep snack = N/a

BendtheBar 01-24-2010 10:34 PM

Very informative log. Thumbs up. The appetite suppression aspect is very interesting.

Shaolinkiwi 01-24-2010 11:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BendtheBar (Post 21550)
Very informative log. Thumbs up. The appetite suppression aspect is very interesting.

Thanks want this be as up front as possible.

BendtheBar 01-25-2010 08:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shaolinkiwi (Post 21560)
Thanks want this be as up front as possible.

The more detail the better with supplements logs.


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