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Old 10-18-2006, 08:48 PM   #1
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Default 3 phase 2x12

Phase 1: 3 blocks every two hours - for 12 hours
reach critical mass (literally)

Phase 2: 2 blocks every hour - for 12 hours
reach critical mass

Phase 3: 18 hour fast on rest days
Consume 4 blocks every hour - for 6 hours

Feast and Famine - Lift Lots - Lift Heavy - try it - share results

I'm liking the WYSIWYG in this version of discus nice choice guys.
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Old 10-20-2006, 04:44 PM   #2
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Is this what you're doing? How has it been working for you?

PS, the reason this version of discus is so great is that it's NOT discus--vBulletin.
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Old 10-22-2006, 09:35 AM   #3
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Yes this is what I'm doing. I've been fairly inconsistent with all of the travel, but I've put on a few pounds - both muscle and adipose. I'm so out of whack right now with all of the constant time changing that its way too hard to knock out good wods.

I've been hitting heavy lifts every couple of days because frankly it's easier, so I'm deffinatley not as lean as if I were throwing a wod in after my heavy lifting like I would like too. As per it working I'm now eaking over 150lbs which is a big thing for me. I estimate my bodyfat at 12%.

Oh than nice vBulletin, haha my bad...
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Old 11-09-2006, 08:44 PM   #4
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Week 1 of doing this strictly.

6:00am to 18:00hrs(6:00pm) - 2 blocks every hour on the hour.

Man can a guy train hard when caloric intake is high. I'm currently about 155lbs around 12-13% bodyfat and surprisingly I've leaned out. (Yeah I went on a carbohydrate binge for about a month and felt like death... ) Life is better now, and I'm getting to bed no later than 10:00 these days.

Training looks like this:
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday Saturday
06:30am
2 lifts - 10 sets of 3 (load: 75-85% of max)
WOD (Metabolic)
Gymnastics Skills

08:00
ride my single speed road bike 8kms into town - mostly downhill 25minutes through traffic.

go about my day looking for work

17:00 (5:00pm)
ride back home - mostly uphill, good fun and I try to sprint up those hills.

18:00
eat last meal of the day and start downing water.
Do some core work with my nifty-fandangled custom made GHD.
Do some PNF flexibility training mixed in with core work.

Things are looking up...

Lastly lets just say the ladies aren't really diggin' my apartment these days, mainly due to it being a well equiped 1 bedroom crossfit gym.

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Old 11-10-2006, 11:27 AM   #5
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I started trying this today. I have been doing IF for a while and while it worked the first couple of weeks (gained 5-10 pounds), it petered out in the following month (no more gains/small weight loss). Next week I'll be starting the mass gain program from PMenu.
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Old 11-10-2006, 12:46 PM   #6
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The mental picture of the one bedroom crossfit gym brings back some funny memories. It was quite an accomplishment to get my equipment out of the living room. For some reason no one else saw the benefit of a pull-up bar next to the tv.
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Old 11-10-2006, 01:21 PM   #7
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I've tried to sell Nicki on that decoration scheme...no dice.
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