Ok, here is the planned deuce pack of muscle building goods. Drol and Winstrol, 100/50 mg each respectively per day. Two weeks. Done it a few times before, and know from experience it kicks ass. Never had any issues/sides from this either and the gains kept on coming during the two off weeks when I did two of them back to back. Putting them to the test under what I like to now call the "SchwarzenZoned" routine. UMWAHAHAHAHAHA!! So, here then is how it went today for comparison to how it will go when on, which will be pretty soon. As you may recall the routine had been designed for zero chest/press work, and centered around legs/back/arms/rear delt and cuff work.
Well, I will be incorporating chest and regular press work in slowly but steadily for this month. I’m not giving the weight used any thought other than to just break back in slowly and prevent any further atrophy from taking place.
I intend to keep far away from the Seinfeld famous “Manzere” that Kramer invented. I’ll like to leave that for George Costanza, though recently one would think I’m giving him a run for his money…lol. Seriously though, here’s what I did today. I went with the same thing as last months first weeks workout, as my good man Schwarz was busy and I didn’t get his updates and changes made to the routine yet.
Don’t forget I dropped the height considerably on the box squats to 2 inches lower at a height of 17". Quite a bit more difficult load it was. Which in turn made the step ups afterwards more difficult of course. So while I eased back in today, the weight wasn’t really all that much less considering how much more tension was placed on the quads as a result of the lower height.
BOX SQUATS: 4X6
95/15, 95/15, 135/6, 185/6, 205/6, 225/6. hard last set.
STEP UPS: 3X6
bar/6, 85/6, 95/6, 95/6. Much harder than before.
ROMANIAN DEADS: 3X10
95/10, 135/10, 205/10, 205/10. Very strict form.
Calves: coming later as I’m doing these and abs at the regular gym when the wife gets home. Also the delt circuit to be done there as well guys. Will post later.
Overall, as you can see and may remember, the weights really only qualify as being down to me on the RDL's. I mean the box squats were much more difficult than before and so while the weight is less on those, they were definitely more productive and taxing. So I'm not worried about those and actually happy with them and the step ups. The step ups were pretty hard and felt good.
As for the RDL’s, well I they felt strong, but I just wanted to break em back in I guess, as the overall leg taxing was increased, so I didn’t push it yet, plenty of weeks for them to go up still. Pretty happy to be back in the regular intensity of the routine after the deload.
But I’m really glad I deloaded, I feel great, and completely recovered from the last month. Great idea Schwarz, thanks for putting so much into the routine for me.
So get ready it won't be long before the gear gets in lads. And then we'll be able to compare to the other cycle of dbol/var. Good to be getting back to the old ToneBone guys! Thanks for the motivation. ToneBone