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iDrDan
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Join date: Oct 2011
Posts: 1254

Day 46
April 12


TRAINING -
Strength Program: phase 2/3, week 1, day 4
HFSW + OH Pattern


FOOD

3,650 calories
285g protein
425g carbs
90g fat

4:00am 4 caps Indigo-3G
4:20 12 oz coffee
4:45 begin periWO: 1 ANACONDA, 2 MAG-10, 3 SWF
Strength Program: phase 2/3, week 1, day 4 (HFSW + OH Pattern)
postWO: Power Drive
7:15 25g whey, 2 eggs, 10 oz baked Russett potatoes, 1/4c mozzerella cheese
20g whey/casein/milk protein, 4c Puffed Rice, 2T flaxseed meal
11:00 4 caps Indigo-3G
12:00 3-4oz ground elk, 1/2c (dry) brown rice, 1/2c black beans, broccoli, 2tsp EVOO
20g whey/casein/milk protein, 1/4c oats (dry), 2T natty pb
5:00 4 caps Indigo-3G
6:00 3 oz chxn, 1/4c (dry) brown rice, veggies, 5c Puffed Rice,
25g casein protein, 3T natty almond butter, 3T flaxseed meal

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iDrDan
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ryanbCXG wrote:
2 things: 1) Really like the new approach with much higher calories dont be afraid to raise even higher. Your workout put is insane
2) Perfect lead into be careful with how much work you are doing. If you go into my log when you have a way too much time and are way to bored you will find in Aug-Oct or so i was doing what you are. I really didnt do a lot. I just ran myself in the ground. I loved it weirdly enough. I was eating a ton and workoing out a crazy amount. Spec workouts. 2 wokrouts pretty much everyday. Weights didnt go up and i really didnt add much muslce. Be careful man.

Keep kicking ass. Doing less sometimes really will boost you forward :)



Last year I couldn't eat 3700 calories without being uncomfortably full all the time. But now I have no problems getting 4200+ calories in. I'm just gonna keep pushing the carbs and calories until I get to soft.

I can usually tell when I'm overtraining, but I haven't had too much body cues so far. With that being said, I also haven't been on Indigo before with a ridiculously high work capactiy. So...I'll be careful. Your experience has made me cautious! I did notice this week that I was doing too much - on Monday after a Bench Pattern in the a.m. I did a Chest Spec in the p.m. It was awesome and my chest was pumped or a new kind of sore for the following 2-3 days. However, my HFSW bench press was much less explosive on Tuesday and today. So...the chest spec decreased performance and because of that I won't be doing any more pm spec work during the week.

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iDrDan
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Day 47
April 13

TRAINING
AM session - HFSW + DL Pattern , Strength Phase 2/3, Week 1, Day 5
PM session - Back Thickness Spec + Tire Sled (push, lunge hold, push, lunge hold, drag, goblet squat hold...done 2x)

FOOD

4,200 calories
320g protein
530g carbs
90g fat

4:00am 4 caps Indigo-3G
4:20 12 oz coffee
4:45 begin periWO: 1 ANACONDA, 2 MAG-10, 4 SWF
Strength Program: phase 2/3, week 2, day 4 (HFSW + DL Pattern)
postWO: Power Drive
7:15 25g whey, 2 eggs, 10 oz baked Russet potatoes, 1/4c mozzarella cheese
20g whey/casein/milk protein, 4c Puffed Rice, 2T flaxseed meal
11:00 4 caps Indigo-3G
12:00 3oz chxn, 1/2c (dry) brown rice, 1/2c black beans, broccoli, 2tsp EVOO
20g whey/casein/milk protein, 1/2 c oats (dry), 2T natty pb
4:45 4 caps Indigo-3G
6:00 begin periWO: 30g whey isolate, 24g maltodextrin, 36g dextrose, 5g BCAA, 5g creatine, 5g glutamine
Back Thickness Spec + Tire Sled work (12-15 min)
6:00 3oz chxn, 1c broccoli/carrots/cauliflower, 1/4 c (dry) brown rice
25g casein protein, 5c Puffed Rice, 3T natty almond butter, 3T flaxseed meal

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iDrDan
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Day 48
April 14

Today's morning weight...149.4 lbs

That's 1.4 lbs gained since last Saturday, so the higher carb and cheat Easter Sunday helped me gain weight (I was ~151 on Monday morning, but that was after a huge SALTY diet on Sunday), but I feel like it wasn't all good weight.

I was 148.8 two weeks ago before I unexpectedly lost a pound, now I'm back around 149 but I feel/think I'm fatter than I was two weeks ago, noticebly to me in the lower back and lower abs.

Why can't I gain quality solid muscle while staying lean or getting leaner like many Indigo users have (i.e. Ryan, Hip, Stithx, Ashy, Bassip, Cam)?!?!?! Am I expecting too much? *Sigh

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Eazy
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iDrDan wrote:
Day 48
April 14

Today's morning weight...149.4 lbs

That's 1.4 lbs gained since last Saturday, so the higher carb and cheat Easter Sunday helped me gain weight (I was ~151 on Monday morning, but that was after a huge SALTY diet on Sunday), but I feel like it wasn't all good weight.

I was 148.8 two weeks ago before I unexpectedly lost a pound, now I'm back around 149 but I feel/think I'm fatter than I was two weeks ago, noticebly to me in the lower back and lower abs.

Why can't I gain quality solid muscle while staying lean or getting leaner like many Indigo users have (i.e. Ryan, Hip, Stithx, Ashy, Bassip, Cam)?!?!?! Am I expecting too much? *Sigh




Dan, CT has mentioned before that body transformations are a very emotional thing. Whether the person is aiming to gain, or to loose weight, we all want it to happen right away, we want the instant gratification. The truth is, its a process and it takes some time in most cases. Keep adding in calories, starting with breakfast and peri-workout if possible.

More importantly, keep working hard and trust the process, like Ryan has mentioned the answer isn't exactly to do more, just work hard and smart with what you are doing and the gains will come. You're looking lean as shit though, so, if thats fat, then i'm a tub o lard my friend, keep pushing.

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iDrDan
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Eazy wrote:
iDrDan wrote:
Day 48
April 14

Today's morning weight...149.4 lbs

That's 1.4 lbs gained since last Saturday, so the higher carb and cheat Easter Sunday helped me gain weight (I was ~151 on Monday morning, but that was after a huge SALTY diet on Sunday), but I feel like it wasn't all good weight.

I was 148.8 two weeks ago before I unexpectedly lost a pound, now I'm back around 149 but I feel/think I'm fatter than I was two weeks ago, noticebly to me in the lower back and lower abs.

Why can't I gain quality solid muscle while staying lean or getting leaner like many Indigo users have (i.e. Ryan, Hip, Stithx, Ashy, Bassip, Cam)?!?!?! Am I expecting too much? *Sigh




Dan, CT has mentioned before that body transformations are a very emotional thing. Whether the person is aiming to gain, or to loose weight, we all want it to happen right away, we want the instant gratification. The truth is, its a process and it takes some time in most cases. Keep adding in calories, starting with breakfast and peri-workout if possible.

More importantly, keep working hard and trust the process, like Ryan has mentioned the answer isn't exactly to do more, just work hard and smart with what you are doing and the gains will come. You're looking lean as shit though, so, if thats fat, then i'm a tub o lard my friend, keep pushing.


Thanks for the post and the advice. It's definitely a mind-game for me!

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iDrDan
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Day 48
April 14


TRAINING
Shoulder Spec + Tire Sled (push, lunge hold, push, lunge hold, drag, goblet squat hold...done 2x)


FOOD

3,300 calories
260 protein
400g carbs
75g fat

7:00am 4 caps Indigo
8:00 38g whey/casein/milk protein, 5 prunes, 1c (dry measure) oats, 2c Puffed Rice, 2T flaxseed meal, 1/4c almonds
11:15 4 caps Indigo
12:00 begin periWO: 1 Anaconda, 2 MAG-10, 3 SWF
12:15-1:30 Spec Day (Shoulders) + Tire Sled (15 min)
postWO: PowerDrive
2:00 38g whey/casein/milk protein, 5c Puffed Rice, 1c Rice Chex, 4T flaxseed meal
6:00 4 caps Indigo
7:00 2 eggs, 3-4oz chxn, 10oz baked Russet potato, 1/4c mozzarella cheese, 2c Puffed Rice, veggies, 2T natty almond butter

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iDrDan
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I have to share a cool pic I took of my Power Drive after stirring it then letting it set for a few minutes. It was mixed with the last little bit of my orange periWO drink...it tastes like an orangecicle.

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iDrDan
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Day 49
April 15


TRAINING - Explosive ciruit (25 min) + Tire sled (12-15 min)

Explosive circuit
1. Box Jumps - 2 jumps
2. Hang clean - 3-7 reps
3. Abs or Medicine ball slams
4. Bench Press - 5 reps


FOOD

2,800 calories
185g protein
340g carbs
75g fat


7:00am 4 caps Indigo-3G
8:00 38g whey/casein/milk protein, 4 prunes, 1c (dry measure) oats, 2c Puffed Rice, 5T homemade almond butter
12:00 4 caps Indigo-3G
1:00 begin periWO: 30g whey isolate, 18g maltodextrin, 18g dextrose, 5g BCAA, 5g creatine, 5g glutamine
12:15-1:30 Explosive circuit (25 min) + Tire Sled (15 min)
2:30 38g whey/casein/milk protein, 5c Puffed Rice, 1c Rice Chex
5:30 4 caps Indigo-3G
6:30 2 eggs, 3oz chxn, 10oz baked Russet potato, 1/4c mozzarella cheese, 2c Puffed Rice, veggies, 1T natty almond butter

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iDrDan
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It turns out that I have been overdoing it with the Spec work. That might explain my stalled weight gain. So I will now only be doing 1 spec workout a week on Saturday (6th day) and explosive work on Sunday. Sometimes less is more. I will, however, continue to do CT's routine for leg size with the Prowler (tire sled for me) 4-5 nights per week (just started doing this last week).

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Tulkas15
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Dr,

Hey, sorry about the unsolicited advice the other day. I just saw TFL issues and didn't really look around your log to see what you were doing. Ranfone's stuff is legit. BUT, getting a little psoas work to go along with what Mike has you doing will only help speed the process. Every client I've seen with TFL issues has been greatly helped by psoas work. Just my 2 cents. And if Mike is reading this I'd be interested to see what he has to say about the relationship of the psoas and the TFL.

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ryanbCXG
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I hope you dont think that i really have been gaining muscle and losing fat. I have had periods where i have focused on one or the other. I do not know my body well enough really or have the mental control/even want to do that. That would take much more religious tracking of calories eating and what not than i want to donate. I want to go in and bust my ass in my traiing and then eat for my goals and do that without haveing to think to much. So when i am gainaing i would rather just eat a ton and make sure i am gaining. When i am going for fat loss i will cut lots of calories and really focus on fat loss. The times where i have tried to do both. I just end up going no where in terms of measurements and strength gains. Trust me i have tried. I never got to the point even when i was meticulously tracking everything, that i could gain muscle and lose fat.

So i guess IMO its best to focus on all out gaining for a decent chunk of time 8weeks or so and then do all out fat loss 2 weeks or so should be enough becuase you cant gain a ton of fat in 8 weeks doing the amount of work that we do. Rinse repeat.

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Professor X
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ryanbCXG wrote:
I hope you dont think that i really have been gaining muscle and losing fat. I have had periods where i have focused on one or the other. I do not know my body well enough really or have the mental control/even want to do that. That would take much more religious tracking of calories eating and what not than i want to donate. I want to go in and bust my ass in my traiing and then eat for my goals and do that without haveing to think to much. So when i am gainaing i would rather just eat a ton and make sure i am gaining. When i am going for fat loss i will cut lots of calories and really focus on fat loss. The times where i have tried to do both. I just end up going no where in terms of measurements and strength gains. Trust me i have tried. I never got to the point even when i was meticulously tracking everything, that i could gain muscle and lose fat.

So i guess IMO its best to focus on all out gaining for a decent chunk of time 8weeks or so and then do all out fat loss 2 weeks or so should be enough becuase you cant gain a ton of fat in 8 weeks doing the amount of work that we do. Rinse repeat.



I agree with this. It is what I am doing now and I have not been this heavy this lean before. It just makes me happier and I see better progress working all out for one goal or the other. I tried to gain slower at first and was just spinning my wheels.

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iDrDan
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Tulkas15 wrote:
Dr,

Hey, sorry about the unsolicited advice the other day. I just saw TFL issues and didn't really look around your log to see what you were doing. Ranfone's stuff is legit. BUT, getting a little psoas work to go along with what Mike has you doing will only help speed the process. Every client I've seen with TFL issues has been greatly helped by psoas work. Just my 2 cents. And if Mike is reading this I'd be interested to see what he has to say about the relationship of the psoas and the TFL.


Don't be sorry. Advice is always welcome in my log. I have been doing Mike's rehab stuff and golf-ball-smash and PVC-pipe-roll all my painful areas in the hip, TFL,ITB and outer quad region (so maybe I am getting to the psoas a little?)

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iDrDan
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ryanbCXG wrote:
I hope you dont think that i really have been gaining muscle and losing fat. I have had periods where i have focused on one or the other. I do not know my body well enough really or have the mental control/even want to do that. That would take much more religious tracking of calories eating and what not than i want to donate. I want to go in and bust my ass in my traiing and then eat for my goals and do that without haveing to think to much. So when i am gainaing i would rather just eat a ton and make sure i am gaining. When i am going for fat loss i will cut lots of calories and really focus on fat loss. The times where i have tried to do both. I just end up going no where in terms of measurements and strength gains. Trust me i have tried. I never got to the point even when i was meticulously tracking everything, that i could gain muscle and lose fat.

So i guess IMO its best to focus on all out gaining for a decent chunk of time 8weeks or so and then do all out fat loss 2 weeks or so should be enough becuase you cant gain a ton of fat in 8 weeks doing the amount of work that we do. Rinse repeat.


I look at your body changes as muscle gain with very little fat gain, not necessarily as fat loss I guess. CT and Synergy mentioned in a recent Livespill that it is definitely possible to gain mucle and performance while losing fat. So when I heard that it was possilbe, I figured I should be able to do it. But maybe my body won't do it...everybody is different

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iDrDan
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Professor X wrote:
ryanbCXG wrote:
I hope you dont think that i really have been gaining muscle and losing fat. I have had periods where i have focused on one or the other. I do not know my body well enough really or have the mental control/even want to do that. That would take much more religious tracking of calories eating and what not than i want to donate. I want to go in and bust my ass in my traiing and then eat for my goals and do that without haveing to think to much. So when i am gainaing i would rather just eat a ton and make sure i am gaining. When i am going for fat loss i will cut lots of calories and really focus on fat loss. The times where i have tried to do both. I just end up going no where in terms of measurements and strength gains. Trust me i have tried. I never got to the point even when i was meticulously tracking everything, that i could gain muscle and lose fat.

So i guess IMO its best to focus on all out gaining for a decent chunk of time 8weeks or so and then do all out fat loss 2 weeks or so should be enough becuase you cant gain a ton of fat in 8 weeks doing the amount of work that we do. Rinse repeat.



I agree with this. It is what I am doing now and I have not been this heavy this lean before. It just makes me happier and I see better progress working all out for one goal or the other. I tried to gain slower at first and was just spinning my wheels.


My goal is to gain muscle size and strength (be a beast like you X), so I should heed your advice.

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iDrDan
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Day 50
April 16

TRAINING

Strength Program, Phase 2/3
Week 2, Day1
HFSW + Bench Press Pattern


FOOD

3,700 calories
290g protein
440g carbs
90g fat

4:00am 4 caps Indigo-3G
4:20 12 oz coffee
4:45 begin periWO: 1 ANACONDA, 2 MAG-10, 3 SWF
Strength Program: phase 2/3, week 2, day 1 (HFS + Bench Press Pattern)
postWO: Power Drive
7:15 25g whey, 2 eggs, 10 oz potatoes, 1/4c mozzerella cheese
20g whey/casein/milk protein, 4c Puffed Rice, 2T flaxseed meal
11:00 4 caps Indigo-3G
12:00 3oz chxn, 1/2c (dry) brown rice, 1/2c black beans, broccoli, 2tsp EVOO
20g whey/casein/milk protein, 1/2c oats (dry), 2T natty pb
4:45 4 caps Indigo-3G
5:45 3oz chxn, 1/4c (dry) brown rice, veggies, 5c Puffed Rice,
25g casein protein, 3T homemade almond butter, 3T flaxseed meal

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StandTall
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iDrDan wrote:
ryanbCXG wrote:
I hope you dont think that i really have been gaining muscle and losing fat. I have had periods where i have focused on one or the other. I do not know my body well enough really or have the mental control/even want to do that. That would take much more religious tracking of calories eating and what not than i want to donate. I want to go in and bust my ass in my traiing and then eat for my goals and do that without haveing to think to much. So when i am gainaing i would rather just eat a ton and make sure i am gaining. When i am going for fat loss i will cut lots of calories and really focus on fat loss. The times where i have tried to do both. I just end up going no where in terms of measurements and strength gains. Trust me i have tried. I never got to the point even when i was meticulously tracking everything, that i could gain muscle and lose fat.

So i guess IMO its best to focus on all out gaining for a decent chunk of time 8weeks or so and then do all out fat loss 2 weeks or so should be enough becuase you cant gain a ton of fat in 8 weeks doing the amount of work that we do. Rinse repeat.


I look at your body changes as muscle gain with very little fat gain, not necessarily as fat loss I guess. CT and Synergy mentioned in a recent Livespill that it is definitely possible to gain mucle and performance while losing fat. So when I heard that it was possilbe, I figured I should be able to do it. But maybe my body won't do it...everybody is different


iDrDan,
I'm going to weight in here, take it for what it is worth, but at your body fat levels I doubt it is as possible. I think maybe if you were using 5 to 10 scoops of MAG-10 a day then yes maybe you could do that, but for you to add significant mass you will likely need to gain some fat. Even if you don't gain fat it will look like it at times because you will likely hold more water under your skin. That and $3 will buy you a cup of coffee.

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iDrDan
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StandTall wrote:
iDrDan wrote:
ryanbCXG wrote:
I hope you dont think that i really have been gaining muscle and losing fat. I have had periods where i have focused on one or the other. I do not know my body well enough really or have the mental control/even want to do that. That would take much more religious tracking of calories eating and what not than i want to donate. I want to go in and bust my ass in my traiing and then eat for my goals and do that without haveing to think to much. So when i am gainaing i would rather just eat a ton and make sure i am gaining. When i am going for fat loss i will cut lots of calories and really focus on fat loss. The times where i have tried to do both. I just end up going no where in terms of measurements and strength gains. Trust me i have tried. I never got to the point even when i was meticulously tracking everything, that i could gain muscle and lose fat.

So i guess IMO its best to focus on all out gaining for a decent chunk of time 8weeks or so and then do all out fat loss 2 weeks or so should be enough becuase you cant gain a ton of fat in 8 weeks doing the amount of work that we do. Rinse repeat.


I look at your body changes as muscle gain with very little fat gain, not necessarily as fat loss I guess. CT and Synergy mentioned in a recent Livespill that it is definitely possible to gain mucle and performance while losing fat. So when I heard that it was possilbe, I figured I should be able to do it. But maybe my body won't do it...everybody is different


iDrDan,
I'm going to weight in here, take it for what it is worth, but at your body fat levels I doubt it is as possible. I think maybe if you were using 5 to 10 scoops of MAG-10 a day then yes maybe you could do that, but for you to add significant mass you will likely need to gain some fat. Even if you don't gain fat it will look like it at times because you will likely hold more water under your skin. That and $3 will buy you a cup of coffee.



Your words are worth quite a bit to me, so thanks for chiming in! Good points. Also, I've noticed that it is easier for me to notice bodyfat changes when I'm really lean versus already having a little chub. I just need to be patient, focus on gaining a good muscle-to-fat ratio, and get better everyday rather than comparing myself to others.

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Professor X
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For the record, I am getting often more than 10 scoops of MAG-10 a day. You still have to work within your own genetics and worrying about minor changes in body water or even minor fat gain will hold you back if your goal is to really make optimal progress. My goal is to avoid excessive fat gain, but I wouldn't have made the progress I did over the last 2 months if I had held back and let that worry keep me from eating more. I didn't see the muscle coming on until I quit over-obsessing about avoiding inches on the waist.

Look at overall progress more than "blurred abs" alone.

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iDrDan
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Day 51
April 17

TRAINING

Today was amazing! Since I was having a lot of TFL/ITB issues when squatting, I changed things up a bit to hammer my quads and reduced the stress to the affected muscles. The new sequence of lifts allowed me to stress the quads in a squat pattern without pain issues.

This was one of the best days I've had lifting since I began Indigo. I felt amazing in the gym from the start. I didn't have coffee this morning (instead I had a stimulant) and I was in the zone with tons of energy! HFSW was awesome...the bench press was effortless (so much easier than yesterdays HFS bench press) despite yesterday being a Bench Pattern Day!

Also, my periWO was 3 MAG-10 (definitely helped) instead of 2 and 4 SWF. I felt invincible all morning!


HFSW
A. Bench Press 175 x 4 x 4 (soooo easy)
B. TBDL +200 x 4 x 4
C. OH pin press - 100 x 4 x 4

Foundation
D. TBDL (heels on 5lb plates)
+250 x 3
+270 x 3 x 3
+270 x 3-2-1 cluster reps x 2 sets

Structural Complex - rested 30-60 seconds between exercises
E1. Leg Press (with red bands) +180 x 17 (too light); +230 x 12, 10
E2. Front Squat (with 4 chains) 115 x 8,8,8
E3. 1st set was TBDL +160 x 5, 2nd set was deep DB squats (heels elevated) 45's x 9, 3rd set was Bulgarian Split Squats 30's x 8 per leg

I stopped the complex after the 3rd set when I only got 10 reps on the banded leg press (b/c decreased performance).

interset jumps = 9 jumps (6 box jumps and 3 jumps holding a 25lb plate)
AR = hip mobility, ankle mobility, stetched hams, hips, hip flexors, and calves.


It's now 3 hours after my workout and I'm still feeling amped up! So happy to get a hard quad workout in! I plan on doing some sled work tonight as well. I won't push it too hard so not to hinder gains.

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kjmont
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Posts: 1160

Thanks for the comment in my Log Dr Dan, I am pretty psyched about progressing consistently in SOME way. Btw how is your time on indigo treating you?

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iDrDan
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Posts: 1254

Day 51
April 17


FOOD

4,000 calories (plus however much a cobb salad of chicken, turkey, and 1 egg would add)
325g protein
485g carbs
80g fat

4:00am 4 caps Indigo-3G
4:20 stimulant
4:45 begin periWO: 1 ANACONDA, 3 MAG-10, 4 SWF
Strength Program: phase 2/3, week 2, day 2 (HFS + modified Squat Pattern)
postWO: Power Drive
7:15 25g whey, 2 eggs, 10 oz red potatoes, 1/4c mozzerella cheese
20g whey/casein/milk protein, 4c Puffed Rice, 2T flaxseed meal
11:00 4 caps Indigo-3G
12:00 3oz chxn, 1/2c (dry) brown rice, 1/2c black beans, broccoli, 2tsp EVOO
20g whey/casein/milk protein, 1/2c oats (dry), 2T natty pb
salad, chicken, turkey, and 1 egg
5:00 4 caps Indigo-3G
5:45 begin periWO: 12g whey isolate, 5g BCAA
Tire Sled work (17 min)
6:30 3 oz chxn, 1/4c (dry) brown rice, veggies, 6c Puffed Rice,
7:3025g casein protein, 2T natty almond butter, 3T flaxseed meal

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iDrDan
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kjmont wrote:
Thanks for the comment in my Log Dr Dan, I am pretty psyched about progressing consistently in SOME way. Btw how is your time on indigo treating you?


I'm really enjoying Indigo-3G. Before I started, I was eating 315g carbs and gaining fat. Now I'm eating 450-550g carbs and staying pretty lean while getting stronger (increasing performance) and increasing work capacity. Thanks for stopping by my log.

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iDrDan
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Day 52
April 18


TRAINING
Strength Program: Phase 2/3, week 2, day 3
Structural Lats/Biceps


FOOD

3,675 calories
290g protein
425g carbs
90g fat

4:00am 4 caps Indigo-3G
4:20 12 oz coffee
4:45 begin periWO: 1 ANACONDA, 2 MAG-10, 3 Surge Workout Fuel
Strength Program: phase 2/3, week 1, day 3 (Structural Lats/Biceps)
postWO: Power Drive
7:15 25g whey, 2 eggs, 10oz red potatoes, 1/4c mozzerella cheese
20g whey/casein/milk protein, 4c Puffed Rice, 2T flaxseed meal
11:00 4 caps Indigo-3G
12:00 3oz chxn, 1/2c (dry) brown rice, 1/2c black beans, broccoli, 2tsp EVOO
20g whey/casein/milk protein, 1/2c oats (dry), 2T natty pb
5:00 4 caps Indigo-3G
6:00 3 oz chxn, 1/4c (dry) brown rice, veggies, 4c Puffed Rice,
25g casein protein, 3T natty almond butter, 3T flaxseed meal

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