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The Effects of the MicroTest Stack on the Average College Kid an ISplisgardt Log

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Isplisgardt
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First of all I would like to give a big thanks to Cryo, Isamurai, Adam, and any other USPLabs rep that I failed to mention for providing me with the opportunity to log this stack. Also Welcome to this log that is titled much more scientifically than it is.  This is my first log so I will try my best to make it a good one.

Current Weight is 183lbs and BF% read 15.8 on my scale.

My goals while on this stack is a lean bulk, I want to add a little bit of weight while staying as cut and toned as I possibly can.

Lifting Schedule is as follows:
Sunday: Back, Upper Abs, HIIT
Monday: Chest
Tuesday: Off
Wednesday: Shoulders, Lower Abs, Obliques, Cardio
Thursday: Legs
Friday: Arms, Upper Abs, Cardio
Saturday: Off

Supplements Used:
USPLabs Test Powder
USPLabs Jack3d Micro
USPLabs Prime
USPLabs Powerfull
MuscleMeds NO Bull
Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Whey and Casein(Sometimes)
Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men
Optimum Nutrition Fish Oil
Nutrex Defy Black

I know I have two PWO on the list, I plan to use NO Bull only on Arm and Back day simply because I love the pump.

I am a full time student at the University of Kentucky so I am often very busy with school work and other things of that nature.  I live about 35 minutes off campus in an apartment with some friends of mine who thankfully love to lift as much as I do which really helps out a lot, especially since one of them is bigger than me so I use that as motivation.  I am usually pretty good about my eating and getting to the gym, but sometimes college life gets in the way.
« Last Edit: November 01, 2012, 06:25:31 AM by Isplisgardt »
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« Reply #1: October 31, 2012, 12:42:14 PM »
first  :D sick stack
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« Reply #2: October 31, 2012, 12:44:02 PM »
In here as well bro


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« Reply #3: October 31, 2012, 12:46:09 PM »
In here as well bro

Yea I didnt forget about you guys, that 4 week break from DAA products seems like forever!
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« Reply #4: October 31, 2012, 12:50:33 PM »
I am glad that my log inspired a spinoff.

You are the "Joey", to my "Friends".


Ahhhh crap, college kid. You are probably too young to get my reference.


You are the "Cleveland Show" to my "Family Guy"


Ahhhh, that's more age appropriate!


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« Reply #5: October 31, 2012, 12:50:44 PM »
Subbed, on the verge of completing my own microtest log, prepare for results my friend  ;D

Also, do you plan on using Nutrex Defy as intra, post, or both?  Just curious  ???
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« Reply #6: October 31, 2012, 01:15:18 PM »
I'm in! Pretty interested in seeing another college students lifting schedule compared to my own. Kill it bro.


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« Reply #7: October 31, 2012, 02:09:52 PM »
Subbed, on the verge of completing my own microtest log, prepare for results my friend  ;D

Also, do you plan on using Nutrex Defy as intra, post, or both?  Just curious  ???

I'm using intra. It doesn't taste good at all. I miss my Modern BCAA :(
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« Reply #8: October 31, 2012, 03:27:59 PM »
I'm in! Pretty interested in seeing another college students lifting schedule compared to my own. Kill it bro.

My schedule is weird because of classes and when they are. I hate it
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« Reply #9: October 31, 2012, 03:45:25 PM »
In for this. Kill it bro.
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Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength.

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« Reply #10: October 31, 2012, 04:17:47 PM »
another one to follow.
Maybe you should TRAIN as hard as you HATE.

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« Reply #11: October 31, 2012, 05:57:27 PM »
I'm in! Pretty interested in seeing another college students lifting schedule compared to my own. Kill it bro.

My schedule is weird because of classes and when they are. I hate it

I feel ya on that bro, I have a very similar situation going on.  Especially with the rediculous amount of homework I have, it can make it difficult to have a set lifting and eating schedule. Just keep working hard and stay focused on what is really important...lifting.  ;D


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« Reply #12: October 31, 2012, 06:03:10 PM »
Wednesday October 31, 2012

I over slept for class today so I had no time to cook my usual 7 egg whites and 1 whole, two pieces of whole wheat toast with honey and oatmeal with cinnamon so I just mixed some Oats and Casein for the road. I walk to class all the time and it is 1.5 miles to campus. After my 10 AM I ate a Oats and Honey Granola bar on my way to my physiology class.  

After that at about 1PM I ate my chicken breast and jasmine rice then at 330PM I ate a peanut butter sandwich and another one at 545PM.

When I got back to my apartment I took my two scoops of test powder and 1 scoop of Jack3d Micro along with my PWO Smarties(I swear this works, try it!) which allowed me to hit the gym at 7 for Boulder Shoulder Wednesday.

I have weak sissy shoulder FYI so dont hate, one is bad from baseball so give me a break on it guys! I would take a sip of Defy Black between each workout style I guess is how you would say it.

5 Minutes of warm up cardio on the elliptical machine followed by some good stretching and my Physical Therapy Stretches.

Dumbbell Shoulder press: 15x40, 10x60, 8x65, 6x65, 5x65 (I can do 70s and 75s but need a spotter which I didnt have)
Dumbbell Lateral Raises: 15x15, 10x20, 5x35, 7x30, 8x25 (Sort of Negatives, lower the weight a slow as possible)
SuperSet:
Dumbbell Front Raises: 15x20, 12x25, 5x40, 6x35, 8x30
Dumbbell Rear Delt Flies:   20x5, 15x10, 15x10, 10x15, 10x15

Dumbbell Shrugs: 10x90, 8x95, 6x100
 Reverse Crunches: 5 sets 25 reps each
Standing Oblique Dumbbell Crunches? : 15x50, 15x50, 20x40, 20x40, 25x35

Cardio: 15 minutes on treadmill 15% incline with a speed of 4.5 mph (I walk over 3.5 Miles a day for class as is, so cardio during the week is limited)

Start: 7:00 PM
End: 8:12 PM

I worked out in sweats and a Nike Dri Fit long sleeve shirt with my Nike Air Tailwind Shoes (This might be important?)  Music is my hype playlist, consist of a little bit of everything.

Drank a post protein shake at 8:20 PM and I am about to eat my usual breakfast listed above.  I will probably end up falling asleep between 11PM and 1AM but with class starting at 11AM I should get a good amount of sleep.  If there is any way I can improve my log entries, please to hesitate to tell me as I am a complete rookie when it comes to logs...

Stay tuned for tomorrow's update of: Throbbing Thigh Thursday!
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« Reply #13: October 31, 2012, 06:08:59 PM »
I'm down for USP(labs), yeah you know me.
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« Reply #14: November 02, 2012, 05:36:00 PM »
Thursday November 1, 2012

Throbbin' Thigh Thursday

Woke up at 9am for my 11am class. I ate 4 eggs and some oatmeal for breakfast and made my meals of Chicken and Rice, a Peanut Butter Sandwich, and I brought along some almonds to snack on as well. Walked about 3.78 miles for school.

Got back at my apartment at about 5:10 and mixed my Test Powder with my Jack3d Micro along with some PWO Smarties and drank it at 5:20 for a 6:00PM workout.

Got to the gym and did the elliptical machine for 5 minutes, followed by 3 sets of 30 second wall sits and some extensive stretching. I sipped on some Defy Black throughout the workout. I wore some shorts with a white tee with some old school vans. Music was some hype rap

Warm-Up Leg Extensions: 30x45, 30x50, 30x55
Dumbbell Lunges: 10x40, 8x50, 7x55, 5x60
Calve Raises 7straight, 7out, 7in: 21x210, 21x235, 21x235
Sqauts(Last Set with Belt): 12x135, 10x185, 8x245, 4x275
Seated Leg Curls:  15x85, 12x110, 10x120, 8x130
Good Mornings: 10x95, 8x115, 5x125

After the last set of good mornings my hamstring cramped up and tightened really bad.

Start time 6PM End Time 6:55PM

Drank My PWO shake at 7:05 and ate my post workout meal at 8:00 which consisted of ground turkey, grilled chicken salad with italian dressing and snap peas.

Sorry for the delay for the entry, I was just tired last night and needed some sleep.

Tomorrow is: Fooing Arm Friday!

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