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    XTREME JUGGERNAUT IN THE MAKING!! (XtremeAlex >=)

    I AM A JUGGERNAUT! A LARGE, OVERPOWERING, DESTRUCTIVE FORCE TO BE RECKON WITH! My name is Alex Garcia, i currently am 20 years old and i am not your typical meat head that goes to gym just to lift weights. All of my workouts have a purpose; whether it is to get stronger, faster, or tougher. The reason i train aside for the military is because i do long distance running competetions with obstacles. I have always been in decent shape my whole life but sense 2012 has started i decided this was the year I was not going to hold back anymore and reach my true fitness potential. I started training harder and reached a great starting point in my journey; so great that the first race i ran last month out of the 200 people i raced with in my first 5k with obstacles i placed in the top ten. BUT I AM NOT CONTENT WITH THAT! I believe in being the best and dominating all of my competitors so in my next 5k's up to possible 12k's in the upcoming year i plan to beast my way through the race from start to finish... And that is why i am going to become a JUGGERNAUT! So that the next race i do, or anybody i come across that wants to mess with me will know they are messing with a monster.

    My training plan is to lift heavy weights mixed with drop sets and volume training 2 to 3 times a week, with a push pull sequence. (Example: Mon: Push sequence... bench press, shoulder press, dips, pushups etc Thurs: Pull sequence... pull ups, rows, deadlifts etc. Sun: repeat push sequence.) I also do alot of running; whether its long distance running, hill running, interval running. (Ex tues: run 3 miles on treadmill switching between different levels of height. fri: interval running: run .5 miles at desired race pace) And also having active rest days by swimming. (Ex 50 meter intervals) Also i do some crossfit cardio or calisthenics right after the weight lifting. (Ex: pushup to burpee pull up x10, box jumps x 10, diamond pushups x10, bicycles x20)

    With my diet i always try to take in as much protien and as possible for all the heavy lifting, long runs and swims. Also enough carbs to help fuel me and stay consistent with my workouts. Typically my protien sources are: Steak, chicken, eggs, fish, tuna, whey, and casein. My carb sources are: oatmeal, beans, and fruits. Along with food i will be drinking alot ALOT of water... very few juice and sodas; typically only take about 3 sips of soda just to help curve my cravings.

    As far as supplements... of course i wil be taking JUGGERNAUT! I also will be supplementing wiht carno cre. the other supplements i will take is glutamine and protein shakes and bars to help with recovery. I will not be taking any diet pills!! i can guarantee that 100% because i believe in diet being the foundation of my workouts.
    If you want to know more about me or having any questions feel free to add me on BB.COM under XtremeAlex and get to know me and my JUGGERNAUT training >=)
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    Originally Posted by XtremeAlex View Post
    I AM A JUGGERNAUT! A LARGE, OVERPOWERING, DESTRUCTIVE FORCE TO BE RECKON WITH! My name is Alex Garcia, i currently am 20 years old and i am not your typical meat head that goes to gym just to lift weights. All of my workouts have a purpose; whether it is to get stronger, faster, or tougher. The reason i train aside for the military is because i do long distance running competetions with obstacles. I have always been in decent shape my whole life but sense 2012 has started i decided this was the year I was not going to hold back anymore and reach my true fitness potential. I started training harder and reached a great starting point in my journey; so great that the first race i ran last month out of the 200 people i raced with in my first 5k with obstacles i placed in the top ten. BUT I AM NOT CONTENT WITH THAT! I believe in being the best and dominating all of my competitors so in my next 5k's up to possible 12k's in the upcoming year i plan to beast my way through the race from start to finish... And that is why i am going to become a JUGGERNAUT! So that the next race i do, or anybody i come across that wants to mess with me will know they are messing with a monster.
    My training plan is to lift heavy weights mixed with drop sets and volume training 2 to 3 times a week, with a push pull sequence. (Example: Mon: Push sequence... bench press, shoulder press, dips, pushups etc Thurs: Pull sequence... pull ups, rows, deadlifts etc. Sun: repeat push sequence.) I also do alot of running; whether its long distance running, hill running, interval running. (Ex tues: run 3 miles on treadmill switching between different levels of height. fri: interval running: run .5 miles at desired race pace) And also having active rest days by swimming. (Ex 50 meter intervals)
    With my diet i always try to take in as much protien and as possible for all the heavy lifting, long runs and swims. Also enough carbs to help fuel me and stay consistent with my workouts. Typically my protien sources are: Steak, chicken, eggs, fish, tuna, whey, and casein. My carb sources are: oatmeal, beans, and fruits. Along with food i will be drinking alot ALOT of water... very few juice and sodas; typically only take about 3 sips of soda just to help curve my cravings.
    As far as supplements... of course i wil be taking JUGGERNAUT! I also will be supplementing wiht carno cre. the other supplements i will take is glutamine and protein shakes and bars to help with recovery. I will not be taking any diet pills!! i can guarantee that 100% because i believe in diet being the foundation of my workouts.
    If you want to know more about me or having any questions feel free to add me on BB.COM under XtremeAlex and get to know me and my JUGGERNAUT training >=)
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    btw, if you have a chance, any way you can space out your paragraphs? &/or separate the food section from the exercise section? makes for a more interesting read & my eyes are kind of squinty already
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    lol, thanks for the tip. i spaced it out already; i was eating some steak right now and completely forget to mention my cross fit cardio workouts. -_- better for sure ill check it out you can never get too big or strong enough to accept tips and pointers.
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    Originally Posted by XtremeAlex View Post
    I AM A JUGGERNAUT! A LARGE, OVERPOWERING, DESTRUCTIVE FORCE TO BE RECKON WITH! My name is Alex Garcia, i currently am 20 years old and i am not your typical meat head that goes to gym just to lift weights. All of my workouts have a purpose; whether it is to get stronger, faster, or tougher. The reason i train aside for the military is because i do long distance running competetions with obstacles. I have always been in decent shape my whole life but sense 2012 has started i decided this was the year I was not going to hold back anymore and reach my true fitness potential. I started training harder and reached a great starting point in my journey; so great that the first race i ran last month out of the 200 people i raced with in my first 5k with obstacles i placed in the top ten. BUT I AM NOT CONTENT WITH THAT! I believe in being the best and dominating all of my competitors so in my next 5k's up to possible 12k's in the upcoming year i plan to beast my way through the race from start to finish... And that is why i am going to become a JUGGERNAUT! So that the next race i do, or anybody i come across that wants to mess with me will know they are messing with a monster.

    My training plan is to lift heavy weights mixed with drop sets and volume training 2 to 3 times a week, with a push pull sequence. (Example: Mon: Push sequence... bench press, shoulder press, dips, pushups etc Thurs: Pull sequence... pull ups, rows, deadlifts etc. Sun: repeat push sequence.) I also do alot of running; whether its long distance running, hill running, interval running. (Ex tues: run 3 miles on treadmill switching between different levels of height. fri: interval running: run .5 miles at desired race pace) And also having active rest days by swimming. (Ex 50 meter intervals) Also i do some crossfit cardio or calisthenics right after the weight lifting. (Ex: pushup to burpee pull up x10, box jumps x 10, diamond pushups x10, bicycles x20)

    With my diet i always try to take in as much protien and as possible for all the heavy lifting, long runs and swims. Also enough carbs to help fuel me and stay consistent with my workouts. Typically my protien sources are: Steak, chicken, eggs, fish, tuna, whey, and casein. My carb sources are: oatmeal, beans, and fruits. Along with food i will be drinking alot ALOT of water... very few juice and sodas; typically only take about 3 sips of soda just to help curve my cravings.

    As far as supplements... of course i wil be taking JUGGERNAUT! I also will be supplementing wiht carno cre. the other supplements i will take is glutamine and protein shakes and bars to help with recovery. I will not be taking any diet pills!! i can guarantee that 100% because i believe in diet being the foundation of my workouts.
    If you want to know more about me or having any questions feel free to add me on BB.COM under XtremeAlex and get to know me and my JUGGERNAUT training >=)
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    Thanks everybody.. I got a question. Do I continue to log my activity on this thread? Or do I log somewhere else??
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    Originally Posted by XtremeAlex View Post
    Thanks everybody.. I got a question. Do I continue to log my activity on this thread? Or do I log somewhere else??
    Welcome to the Juggernaut Challenge Alex. Great to have you here! Anyway, Yea continue to log your activity in this thread. Hey, here is a link to Bodybuilding.com's codes so you can post pics, videos, ect. check it out bro. http://forum.bodybuilding.com/misc.php?do=bbcode
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    Originally Posted by XtremeAlex View Post
    lol, thanks for the tip. i spaced it out already; i was eating some steak right now and completely forget to mention my cross fit cardio workouts. -_- better for sure ill check it out you can never get too big or strong enough to accept tips and pointers.
    Thanks...much better don't know if you saw this from other logs but check this out: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/misc.php?do=bbcode

    it's interesting you're doing push pull... i mean I've done it before but never like a sequence... definitely interesting! something i just might look into ... keep logging bro! ......& you'll hear this alot from me so i'll start it early: KEEP KILLING IT!
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    Thanks, that will actually help out a lot sense I'm planning on to record of my routines to get opinions on it.
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    Originally Posted by XtremeAlex View Post
    I AM A JUGGERNAUT! A LARGE, OVERPOWERING, DESTRUCTIVE FORCE TO BE RECKON WITH! My name is Alex Garcia, i currently am 20 years old and i am not your typical meat head that goes to gym just to lift weights. All of my workouts have a purpose; whether it is to get stronger, faster, or tougher. The reason i train aside for the military is because i do long distance running competetions with obstacles. I have always been in decent shape my whole life but sense 2012 has started i decided this was the year I was not going to hold back anymore and reach my true fitness potential. I started training harder and reached a great starting point in my journey; so great that the first race i ran last month out of the 200 people i raced with in my first 5k with obstacles i placed in the top ten. BUT I AM NOT CONTENT WITH THAT! I believe in being the best and dominating all of my competitors so in my next 5k's up to possible 12k's in the upcoming year i plan to beast my way through the race from start to finish... And that is why i am going to become a JUGGERNAUT! So that the next race i do, or anybody i come across that wants to mess with me will know they are messing with a monster.

    My training plan is to lift heavy weights mixed with drop sets and volume training 2 to 3 times a week, with a push pull sequence. (Example: Mon: Push sequence... bench press, shoulder press, dips, pushups etc Thurs: Pull sequence... pull ups, rows, deadlifts etc. Sun: repeat push sequence.) I also do alot of running; whether its long distance running, hill running, interval running. (Ex tues: run 3 miles on treadmill switching between different levels of height. fri: interval running: run .5 miles at desired race pace) And also having active rest days by swimming. (Ex 50 meter intervals) Also i do some crossfit cardio or calisthenics right after the weight lifting. (Ex: pushup to burpee pull up x10, box jumps x 10, diamond pushups x10, bicycles x20)

    With my diet i always try to take in as much protien and as possible for all the heavy lifting, long runs and swims. Also enough carbs to help fuel me and stay consistent with my workouts. Typically my protien sources are: Steak, chicken, eggs, fish, tuna, whey, and casein. My carb sources are: oatmeal, beans, and fruits. Along with food i will be drinking alot ALOT of water... very few juice and sodas; typically only take about 3 sips of soda just to help curve my cravings.

    As far as supplements... of course i wil be taking JUGGERNAUT! I also will be supplementing wiht carno cre. the other supplements i will take is glutamine and protein shakes and bars to help with recovery. I will not be taking any diet pills!! i can guarantee that 100% because i believe in diet being the foundation of my workouts.
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    Smile .

    it's interesting you're doing push pull... i mean I've done it before but never like a sequence... definitely interesting! something i just might look into ... keep logging bro! ......& you'll hear this alot from me so i'll start it early: KEEP KILLING IT! [/QUOTE]

    Hahaha, thanks ill use the words as motivation. But yeah I use to do training splits.. you know the typical mon. Chest tues. Shoulders thurs. Legs fri. Back. Etc but I just felt like waiting a whole week on some exercises was way too long so I looked into the push pull sequence and also splitting up knee and hip dominant movements with it. Ill post exercises a bit later because I want advice on what I can do to tweak it.
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    In the juggernaut hp I bought pink lemonade and on the carno cre I think its citrus flavor. I actually mixed it together the other day and it didn't taste to bad..
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    Cool Juggernaut training

    JUGGERNAUT TRAINING

    Usage

    I started the week knowing i was going to start the challenge but i did not officially start until 12 am wednesday morning.

    Mon:
    Bench Press: reps 3/ 210 weight 3/210 3/210, 15% weight decreaces 5/175 5/175 5/175, 30% weight decrease 8/145 8/145 8/145
    Overhead press: 5/85 5/85 5/85
    Squat: 5/185 5/185 5/185
    Alternate Row: 10ea/45 10ea/45 10ea/45
    Bicep curl: 10/55 10/55 10/55 (slow pace to place more tension on my biceps)
    Dips: 10, 10, 10
    Crossfit cardio:
    Pushup burpee to pull up x10
    box jumps x10 diamond pushups x 10
    bicycles x20
    * did 3 rounds

    Tuesday:
    ran 3 miles on treadmill alternating hieghts to simulate hill; kept constant pace between 7:30 to 8:00 min mile

    Wednesday:
    -(took 1 scoop of juggernaut mixed with 1/2 carno cre) swam for about 1 hour
    -(took another scoop of juggernaut) ran 3.5 miles in about 32 mins

    Thurs:
    close grip pull up (triangle grip) 5, 5, 5
    Rope grip pull ups 5, 5, 5,
    cable wood chop (high to low) 10/70 10/70 10/70
    chin ups (hold for 10 secs up top) 5, 5
    wide grip pull ups 5, 4
    power cleans 5/135 5/135 5 /135
    bicycles 25, 25
    deadlifts 5/225 5/225
    bent over row 5/115 5/115 5/115
    low row machine 8/90 8/90 8/90
    wide push ups alt legs every 5 reps: 20, 20

    - some notes i would like to say is because i spent a good amount of energy on my bench press on monday, next time i will focus on my overhead press and do the drop sets. also next time i plan to do more pushups to workout my chest more and be able to increase the amont of pushups i can do in 2 minutes for the military.
    - as far as the running and swimming i will start to log it more precisely so that i know what i can work on. but ultimately my goal i to be able to run 3 miles in under 21 minutes for the 5k. and for swimming i just recently learned how to swim =/ so my main goal is working on my technique and form and not speed
    - for my thursday workout i felt really great about it; but i want to increase the amount of pull ups i do and also i learned to do pull ups that i hold for the very last because i found it was really taxing to my core and arms.

    i would really like some opinions and thoughts so i can improve so feel free to comment, critique etc. =)
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    Originally Posted by XtremeAlex View Post
    JUGGERNAUT TRAINING

    i would really like some opinions and thoughts so i can improve so feel free to comment, critique etc. =)
    more of a comment since i don't do much push pull but looking at the workout, it seems it'll be tough for you to grow due to the various bodyparts you end up doing on one day. ie: monday, chest, shoulders, back and arms... that's alot of bodypart... if i did that, i'll find myself not pushing as hard near the end which would deter growth for my back or arms.. plus your arms come into play a lil when you work chest & shoulders..

    that's just my 2 cents.. so do you rest 3 days straight too? or just weekends? ... props to you for doing that, i just really can't see my body being able to handle that, even if it can, i'd definitely say ill end up overtraining... the cardio portion is awesome though! swimming, running, nice!!

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    Originally Posted by NoCg3Joke View Post
    more of a comment since i don't do much push pull but looking at the workout, it seems it'll be tough for you to grow due to the various bodyparts you end up doing on one day. ie: monday, chest, shoulders, back and arms... that's alot of bodypart... if i did that, i'll find myself not pushing as hard near the end which would deter growth for my back or arms.. plus your arms come into play a lil when you work chest & shoulders..

    that's just my 2 cents.. so do you rest 3 days straight too? or just weekends? ... props to you for doing that, i just really can't see my body being able to handle that, even if it can, i'd definitely say ill end up overtraining... the cardio portion is awesome though! swimming, running, nice!!

    I drown so swimming is out for me, lol!
    He has a point about the energy levels. Are you drained as it gets close to the end of the workout or are you still buzzing with energy?
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    He has a point about the energy levels. Are you drained as it gets close to the end of the workout or are you still buzzing with energy?
    My philosphy in training is'nt really to grow or get big.. but to be able to do all these tough workouts in one session to prepare me to run marathons with a lot of upperbody strength in them... for example my goal is to do a sparatan beast race entering 2013 which is about 8 - 10 mile run with a lot of intense military style obstacles. So that's why I push my self in my workouts so hard

    . To be honest when it comes to energy I feel like I can do more, I just stop because I know I need to rest to be able to recover. As far as rest though I try to allow two days of recovery whether it is 2 days straight or spread apart.. I. Try to go more with how my body feels.

    I know with all the intense exercise I need good amount of energy so typically I try to eat mor than protein and adequate amount of carbs to refuel and recover. Starting tomorrow I'm going to log my meals to ensure I don't ay crap or junk food -_- lol
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    Originally Posted by XtremeAlex View Post
    My philosphy in training is'nt really to grow or get big.. but to be able to do all these tough workouts in one session to prepare me to run marathons with a lot of upperbody strength in them... for example my goal is to do a sparatan beast race entering 2013 which is about 8 - 10 mile run with a lot of intense military style obstacles. So that's why I push my self in my workouts so hard

    . To be honest when it comes to energy I feel like I can do more, I just stop because I know I need to rest to be able to recover. As far as rest though I try to allow two days of recovery whether it is 2 days straight or spread apart.. I. Try to go more with how my body feels.

    I know with all the intense exercise I need good amount of energy so typically I try to eat mor than protein and adequate amount of carbs to refuel and recover. Starting tomorrow I'm going to log my meals to ensure I don't ay crap or junk food -_- lol
    That's cool bro... It's great you know how your body is (through experience of working out)... a lot of people do the same thing you do and end up overtraining.. so hopefully that isn't your case! ... if you're training marathon, probably plyometrics would help you alot no? .... 'cause weights tend to develop muscle & with more muscle, marathon running might be somewhat effected (at least i think it will)..

    just looking out for a fellow juggernaut! keep killing bro! definitely will check out your nutrition log!
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