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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2013 2:11 am 
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VeganHealthFitness wrote:
3g creatine

Don't be afraid to up the creatine :D

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
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Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:
VeganHealthFitness wrote:
3g creatine

Don't be afraid to up the creatine :D


Yeah I'll try get another 3 gram dose throughout the day.

Two logs in one day don't know how I missed one :S

07/02/2013

487C/53F/155P 2921 Calories

Squat 5 124
5 155
5 186
5 186
Incline Bench 5 77
5 93
5 108
5 124
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61 Pounds 12 reps 3 sets
Hammer Strength Bench Press Incline 80kg - 8 reps 3 sets

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08/02/2013

671C/38F/154P 3615 Calories

3g creatine

Food is a bit out of whack because I didn't have money. Should be good once I get this extra work though.

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2013 5:27 pm 
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I'd say a minimum of 10g creatine if I'm honest mate.

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2013 6:05 pm 
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Yeah in terms of g/kg probably need more.

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
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Off day:

09/02/2013

6g creatine

2991 Calories

540C/35F/98P


Training Day:

10/02/2013

656C/37F/140P

3322 Calories

6g creatine

Squat
5 127
5 159
5 191
5 222
5 254
1 315 for lols
Bench
5 83
5 103
5 124
5 145
5 165
Row
5 78
5 98
5 117
5 137
5 156
5 225 for lols again

Assistance movements: dips and pullups 3 x 8 BW

Bit low on calories lately, but I'm still down on the food, needs moneys.

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
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PR on squats, done it before but not this easy, could have gone 150kg.



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11/02/2012

695C/45F/122P

3741 Calories

3g creatine (zzz forgot to take it later in the day again)

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
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12/02/2013

Training Day

3g creatine pre and post workout = 6g total

Squat
5 127
5 159
5 191
5 191
Incline Bench
5 79
5 95
5 111
5 127
Hammer Strength Chest Press (hitting incline)
8 x 80kg
8 x 80kg
12 x 40kg

Pullups Body Weight (BW) (94.5kg)
5 x BW
5 x BW

Chin Ups (110kg)
5 x +15kgs
5 x +15kgs
5 x BW

Calf Raises
12 x 80kg
12 x 80kg
12 x 60kg


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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
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Off Day:

13/02/2013

http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/diary/Broscientest?date=2013-02-13

3 grams creatine

Training Day:

14/02/2013

http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/diary/Broscientest?date=2013-02-14

3g creatine

Squat
5 127
5 159
5 191
5 222
3 261
8 191
Bench
5 83
5 103
5 124
5 145
3 169
8 124
Row (Upper back dominant, little to no lats)
5 78
5 98
5 117
5 137
3 160
8 117

Standing Military Press
5 30kg
5 40kg
5 50kg
1 60kg
8 40kg

Tricep Pushdowns with straps
8 21kg
8 24kg
8 28.5kg

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
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15/02/2013

Off Day:

3g creatine

Macros, calories and foods:

http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/diary/ ... 2013-02-15

Stay tuned for the 20th I finish exams for university, big plans for the YouTube channel.

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
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Sorry for no update back was strained on the warm up for squats.

You can still check out what I've been eating while I've been off the program here:

http://www.myfitnesspal.com/Broscientest

3g creatine on the workout days (every second day or when I feel recovered).

I've been doing a modified program with machines and lunges instead of squats. My back is healing relatively fast but no signs of pushing PR's for a while now.

My program will be changing to higher reps as I've had far too many small injuries lately.

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 5:32 pm 
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Seriously, 3g of creatine on your workout days is nothing. You really need to bump that up !!!

I wouldn't even use 3g on my rest days and I weigh over 20kg less than you. Bump up your creatine to 10g and increase your water intake a little.

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
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I know, it's bad :S

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
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I'll go have some now! :)

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
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How do you take your creatine at the moment?

I always throw a teaspoon into my shake so that's 5g there, then I'll have another based around my training and sometimes 3 or 4 Kre Alkalyn capsules as well. Whenever I consume more than 10g creatine in one day I'll always increase my hydration a little.

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube Channel, Training and Nutrition Journal
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Usually take out a teaspoon from the draw, have a heaped scoop, wash it down with water then have some food afterwards (2-5 mins after).

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