Hey guys, thanks for the feedback.
Here is a synopsis of my diet and training in short.comming off a 10 day hft alla Waterbury followed by 6 days of rest I am just kind of winging it, but more or less cruising.
vertical push pull
horizontal push pull
excercise selection is based on degree of difficulty. each workout has a hard, easy and medium excercise which i rotate each time.
loads are always increased at smallest increments possible and rep ranges are between 25-30 total reps. 10x3's 5x5's 4x6's etc....
example- push press, wieghted chin, prone leg curl.
db incline press, bb row, squat.
wieghted dip, upright row, deadlift.
my pr lift stats:
never max out but I am doing 5x5's with 245
155 for a 5 rm
bw + 135
I am currently training with a partner as of this month, another trainer at my gym. I do kb's with my clients. Im shifting towards an nhe/ad style eating control insulin (family history of diabetes and i only seem to carry fat on the insulin sites) and try to avoid grains as i am celliac.
I really am on the fence still about pwo carbs. I use protien w bcaas since I really enjoy massive carb loading and reaping the incresed performance benifits.
In the past I have used plain maple syrup and protien or fage yogurt pwo.
I don't really count calories latley but I would say im in the 3-5k ballpark depending on hunger or my schedule. I will easily destroy entire mozzarellas, blocks of parmesean, a few turkey burgers or several bags of tuna...cartons of eggs and 5-6 scoop servings of protien shakes throught the day. containers of cottage cheese and walnuts/almonds are a favorite snack of mine as well.
produce doesn't last long in my house either...
I also consume fish oil and bcaas regularly and I am now trying the Biotest brands.
carb ups, could be beans, peas, rice, tropical fruit, oatmeal, gluten free bread/pasta...pizza and/or the occasional gallon of ice cream.
i have a trememdous appetite. Almost insaitable.
so...design me a goal guys...all advice is welcome.