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Old 02-10-2013, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default Home gym chronicles, Part II; mind over fatter

I've managed to pry some solid strength out my body as of late. Here's my current stats, which will serve as my starting stats for this cut-

Bodyweight- 233
Bench press- 315
Squat- 365
Deadlift- 500
Total- 1180

My eventual goal is to cut to around 200lb, which would put me in the low teens for bodyfat %, while maintaining the majority of my strength. I'll give up a little strength if I need to, but within the next 2 years I'd like to have numbers like this-

Bodyweight- 200
Bench press- 345
Squat- 405
Deadlift- 600
Total- 1350

These numbers are ambitious. Too ambitious for a natural trainee, which I don't plan to be. I'm just coming of a 4 week run of Dragon Nutrition Pro-SD, a superdrol clone. I'm currently in week 2 of a 4 week PCT, then I'll give my body a little time to return to it's natural state before starting a stack of Dragon nutrition Pro-Halo and Pro-tren. I'm excited about this stack. It should be very good for cutting.

I'm going to be using carb backloading for my nutritional plan, consuming carbs only after weight training. Cardio sessions won't be followed by carbs. I've run this plan in the past with success. My calories will be 2300 per day while I'm doing PCT and not on cycle. I'll adjust this down quite a bit once I'm back on.

My training is instinctual. I'd rather get a PR then worry about meeting any volume or intensity goals, but I do use all of these concepts to plan my training. I usually train almost every day, alternating upper body and lower body days. I'm going to be using low volume, high intensity training to maintain strength, while also doing things like running and sled pulls for cardio. I'll be using higher volume, lower intensity training on days where I don't feel like going heavy but also don't get the chance to do cardio.

I guess that's about it for now. Let's get to it!
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