A few months back, with my 30th birthday approaching, I felt the need to get back into the shape of when I was younger. At the advice of a friend, I looked into Scivation, and what I found were some great, no-nonsense supplements as well as a wealth of diet/training information to help transform your body.
It was then that I decided to follow the 16-week "Game Over" diet/training program to get into the best shape possible by my 30th birthday. Well, the birthday has come and gone, and by following the plan laid out by Scivation I went from weighing ~235lbs and +15% BF to weighing 204lbs and around 6.5%BF on the morning of my birthday. With these results, I told myself I should not stop there, and see to what level I can naturally take my physique.
So now that the bodybuilding bug has bitten me, I have laid out a long term plan to try and compete on the bodybuilding stage in 2011. My first 9-week cycle of the Tri-Phase/Lean Mass diet is the first step toward my main goal, and I am more motivated than ever to successfully add quality lean body mass.
My current stats (as of this morning):
Height: 6' 4"
BF: 7.3% (via AccuTrac digital calipers, average of 3 measures)
Lean Mass 3500 calorie plan (I am meso-endo)
I will be following the 9-week Tri-Phase training plan. My workout split will be M-W-F-Sa. I will initially not do any cardio on workout days, but will play basketball or do cardio on my days off from lifting. If I begin to put too much weight on, I will first alter my diet, then start doing some cardio. If I'm not gaining weight, I'll cut back on off day cardio and start eating more
Xtend, Vasocharge, Whey (mainly post-workout), Creatine (mono, generic, Vitamin Shoppe), Sesamin, CLA, Fish-oil, and Multi.
As Adam Carolla would say: GET IT ON!!!