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 Post subject: Re: Dylan Kasprzyk's Brooklyn Training Journal
PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2014 12:03 pm 
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Got another win. Still undefeated and in 1st place with 4 wins and 1 tie. I'm pretty stoked my soccer teams always do decent but we never win championships. I think this might be the season!

Peanut butter coconut spread, yum, have you tried this yet? I just devoured so many apples dipped in it.

Today is an arms, back, and core day. Keep pushin' all!


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan Kasprzyk's Brooklyn Training Journal
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Went running yesterday for the first time in months.... and I felt my pecs jiggle for the first time in my life....ruh roh scoob, am I getting man boobs? No way, not possible. Okay, guess today is a chest day!


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan Kasprzyk's Brooklyn Training Journal
PostPosted: Tue May 27, 2014 12:38 pm 
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Ugh, holiday weekend consisted of way too much vegan ice cream and beer... on the plus side my gf is now pretty well converted from regular ice cream to vegan ice cream. Soy ice cream from trader joes, the cherry chocolate chip is ridiculously good, big chunks of cherries in it.

It will be a good day for a run and some light at non-gym work out of push ups and planks


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan Kasprzyk's Brooklyn Training Journal
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Won a bet with my gf and she had to cook a deluxe version of vegan nachos for us last night. Oh my stomach is still telling me I ate too much the next day... that daiya cheese makes a good nacho and she covered it in beans and veggies. Winning tastes so good!

As soon as my stomach calms down its a leg day today. Trying to hit those calves hard.


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan Kasprzyk's Brooklyn Training Journal
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Sunday Sunday Sunday. Soccer playoffs. We are going into them as the 1st place seed. I'll let you know how we do. Looks like I'll have 3 games today if I win the first two. Definitely makes up my workout for the day.

PS - confirmation from two meat eaters that trader joes soy cherry chocolate chip ice cream is better than most regular ice creams they've had. So yeah, I'm converting people left and right. Hey you, get your mouth off of that utter!


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan Kasprzyk's Brooklyn Training Journal
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Bad news, my undefeated #1 team lost in the first round of the playoffs....ugh disappointing.

But I started a new season with a new team Sunday, got off to a great start with a win....just wish I had used sunscreen cuz my face is peeling today.

Its an arms, shoulders, and back day. Hope everyone who reads this is doing well!

About to grub down these sweet potatoes stuffed with mango salsa.


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan Kasprzyk's Brooklyn Training Journal
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Found a new good flavor combo, Falafel and cocktail sauce.

My new soccer team won again yesterday now we are 2-0, we won 3-1 yesterday and I had 1 assist.

Today is an arms and core day.


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My team is now 3-0 we won last week 4-2 and I had 1 goal and 1 assist. We play again tomorrow.

Anyone know much about fatigue vs training when you have a job where you have to be on your feet all day or walk long distances or something similar and how to work your training and rest around that?


Vegan BBQ with sweet potatoes, coleslaw, baked beans, and edamame salad. Boom.

Today is vegan pizza day. I have about 3 hours left in the day to go grab me a slice!


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan Kasprzyk's Brooklyn Training Journal
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Ive been so exhausted and also havent had the time to eat as much as I should be. However when my game came around on Sunday, I ran a good distance in the heat to the game and still didn't get fatigued during the game.
I am definitely losing muscle mass though but at least I dont seem to be losing strength or endurance.

My soccer team is now 6-0! woop woop. Feels good at the top.

Loving summer time. Lots of fruits in my diet. Mass cherries, peaches, and watermelon mmmm.


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Much needed arms day. I've been walking so much lately that I've been too fatigued to motivate myself to lift.

New meal: Polish-Indian fusion - Green curried lentils, broccoli and sauerkraut. Not only delicious but the sauerkraut helps the body to digest the lentils better, more nutrient absorption and less gas!


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Big win this weekend 15-2 yes in a soccer game... I had a hat trick too! We are still undefeated, 2 games left until playoffs.

Sunscreen thoughts? Seems to be a popular debate, don't use too much it blocks out the good vitamins, don't use too little get cancer, do use the kinds with harmful chemicals they cause cancer while youre trying to prevent cancer.... haha Ive mostly been using it on my face and my tattoos and leaving the rest of my canvas open for absorption.


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan Kasprzyk's Brooklyn Training Journal
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If you're reading this and you know please let me know, tumeric, is it effective in powder form or only fresh?

Sunday is soccer playoffs. My team ended the season in 1st place with 7 wins and 1 loss (I wasn't at the game we lost).

Can't wait it will be a good first round, the 8th place team we beat 4-2 during the season but we will be without our best player so it won't be a cake walk.


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan Kasprzyk's Brooklyn Training Journal
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Unbelievable loss 3-4 in extra time in the first round of the playoffs...ugh. I think I need a lesson on shot fakes and cutting. Anyone know of any good online soccer training vids?

Got these bcaa amino hd 1000 supplements but I cant see if they are vegan and I heard after I got them that some are made from animal hair. Anyone know this info? Heard of the brand Diet Standards?


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan Kasprzyk's Brooklyn Training Journal
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Getting my dairy fiend gf to try coconut milk yogurt and rice milk ice cream sandwhiches, big wins.

Struggling a little with a foot injury, slowing me down on the soccer field, I think I'll take some time off and let it heal.

Bought some cold pressed raw organic flax seed oil and realizing its incredibly easy to squirt some on to the majority of dishes that I eat to add some extra omega 3, 6, 9 in my diet.

No exorcise the last few days except for walking, sex, and some push ups when I wake up in the morning. Tomorrow I'll do an arm day.


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan Kasprzyk's Brooklyn Training Journal
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Tempeh avocado bean and corn salsa tacos and arm day to exhaustion. Its been a solid Labor day.


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