First off, welcome to my sponsored log for Fusion Bodybuilding. For at least six weeks, I will be providing the bodybuilding community my usage of the product Sub-Q. Ideally this product is designed to help lose extra stubborn fat, which is what I intend to base my log on.
Of course a little background of myself. I never did take care of myself and did minimal exercise growing up and never watched what I ate. It quickly caught up to me and saw myself at 260+ my junior year in high school. Once I started College, I decided to jump on the health and fitness lifestyle. I started off with basic lifting, doing 5x5 strength based workouts. I soon incorporated Crossfit and became very proficient at it (For example, a 3:50 Fran as Rx'd). Currently I have a passion for Olympic Lifting. I believe that while being massive and strong has its positives, I feel being powerful is way more useful and overall impressive. I always watch videos of Olympic Lifting champions like Pyros Dimas and am amazed at how easily he was able to Clean and Jerk 215 kg at such a low body weight (not to mention a very low body fat percentage). With that, I have focused primarily on Olympic lifting currently. Here are some of my personal records thus far (in lbs, and all can be reproduced now):
Clean and Jerk: 285 (PR'd by 10 lbs tonight )
Power Jerk: 265
Behind The Neck Jerk: 300
Squat Clean : 305
Power Clean: 275
Power Snatch: 195
Squat Snatch: 205 (I understand my Clean and Snatch have too big of a gap, currently working on that)
Snatch Balance: 265
Overhead Squat: 265+ (Need to re-evaluate this lift, will do so during this log)
ATG Olympic High Bar Back Squat: 375
ATG Front Squat: 345
Bench Press: Currently, 265 (My max when I actually did bench press, 295)
My diet will largely consist of protein and fat, with carbohydrates sitting around 100g (non lifting days) to 200g (lifting days) with the majority being taken after lifting. I am going to refrain from counting calories and essentially listen to what my body wants. A large list of foods are: Bacon, Oat Break, Eggs, Steak, Chicken, Beef, Brown Rice, Carrots, Onions, Green and Red Peppers, Greek Yogurt, Almond and Coconut Milk, Protein Power, Fish, and Cheese. While these foods may seem like a stereotypical bodybuilding diet, I find that this works well for me and they say, "If it isn't broken, DON'T fix it!"
My routine I am currently following is here:
I can assure you this routine is not easy. To make it worse, I do not follow the suggested rest days and will do three of these days in a row. Again, I listen to my body and rest as needed.
With all this being said, I sincerely thank Fusion Bodybuilding for allowing me to log Sub-Q. I intend to put it through the test and report my results. Tomorrow I start with the first dosage and my first lifting day while on Sub-Q.