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  • theVirus JOURNAL Training - Food - Progress -And more...

    Hi all,
    In my journal I will try to place my aproach on training, food/diet, progress and things keeping my mind buzzy..
    If you have questions or help, things to say, or just passing to say 'hello', always welcome,
    Greets,
    Phil
    Its not how good you are, but how good you want to be!
    Practise What You Preach!

  • #2
    Welcome. I will follow along...
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    • #3
      Originally posted by LG1 View Post
      Welcome. I will follow along...
      Thanks LG1! After next sundays competition, I will take a break for 10 days giving my body
      rest, and only doing cardio to avoid water. Then I start my first DC blast and high fat/protein, low carbs diet from monday to friday. Saturday and sunday, low fat/protein, high carbs.
      Training on monday, wednesday, friday, cardio on monday and friday.
      Last edited by theVirus; 12-03-2013, 01:35 AM.
      Its not how good you are, but how good you want to be!
      Practise What You Preach!

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      • #4
        You look great in your avatar, Good luck at the competition!
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        • #5
          Originally posted by LG1 View Post
          You look great in your avatar, Good luck at the competition!
          I feel great alsow! The avatar pics is from yesterday and think I only have to cut back water a little next saturday untill the competition on sunday. Controverse to what most bodybuilders do, I workout heavy untill saturday and carbing little bit up, just advoiding salt untill few hours before competing.
          Last edited by theVirus; 12-03-2013, 01:33 AM.
          Its not how good you are, but how good you want to be!
          Practise What You Preach!

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          • #6
            Legs 24 nov 2013, this evening.
            Shaving will be tomorrow!:ohwell:
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            Its not how good you are, but how good you want to be!
            Practise What You Preach!

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            • #7
              4 days to go, carbs almost fully out, only 40gr in the morning. Cardio up to 2 times 45min/day, fats stay in as usual.
              The salt tast I had in the morning is no longer there, what the reason of it was??
              Saturday evening the proteins go out becouse for 1 day they are not needed and I will replace the calories from them with fats and some neutral carbs.
              Water is going out on saturday evening, just nipping some water untill stage.
              Loading up when you shape is good is a risk I think.
              Last edited by theVirus; 12-03-2013, 01:31 AM.
              Its not how good you are, but how good you want to be!
              Practise What You Preach!

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              • #8
                Salt taste is gone perhaps due to carb depletion...my opinion.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by LG1 View Post
                  Salt taste is gone perhaps due to carb depletion...my opinion.
                  It is I think, carbs going back in from saturday evening., loading up every 1,5h with
                  4 rice toasts and fat saltless butter or some sugars.
                  Last edited by theVirus; 12-03-2013, 01:27 AM.
                  Its not how good you are, but how good you want to be!
                  Practise What You Preach!

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                  • #10
                    4 days before contest.
                    Last heavy leg training this evening, after they need rest untill competition.
                    Tomorrow delts and biceps, cardio only in the morning.
                    Last edited by theVirus; 12-03-2013, 01:23 AM.
                    Its not how good you are, but how good you want to be!
                    Practise What You Preach!

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                    • #11
                      Ok, after taking a 2nd place among 13 atletes, a 5 - 7 point loose, now taking a 10 days break, where I gonne try load up muscles from deshydration, and recuperate from
                      a few mounts of competition preparation.
                      This 10 days, no training, no sport, only some light cardio watching television in the evening, to avoid water retention.
                      After this 10 days rest DC training will be the key word!!
                      Last edited by theVirus; 12-03-2013, 01:21 AM.
                      Its not how good you are, but how good you want to be!
                      Practise What You Preach!

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                      • #12
                        Welcome! I'll have an eye on this one every now and then
                        How old are you?
                        The fight against my worst enemy
                        " - So what is discipline? -Mike Tyson: Discipline is doing what you hate to do, but nonetheless doing it like you love it. - And how do you that?
                        -Mike Tyson: [Smiles] With discipline.
                        "

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Thrashsatan View Post
                          Welcome! I'll have an eye on this one every now and then
                          How old are you?
                          Thanx, 44 and growing!
                          Last edited by theVirus; 12-03-2013, 01:18 AM.
                          Its not how good you are, but how good you want to be!
                          Practise What You Preach!

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                          • #14
                            2 dec 2013, 2 days after competition
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                            Practise What You Preach!

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                            • #15
                              What always amazes me about training is the hours and hours, weeks and weeks, months and months, years and years, decade after decade of dedication to achieve a physique like yours ( and anybody with a good physique: bodybuilder/powerlifter/strongman/gym rat)

                              Sheer torture for years with training and diet, for little or no reward (in terms of money), YET what you learn in the process about yourself is priceless. I find it amazing, the time it takes to build a physique to be proud of.

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