I recently posted that I noticed a change in my mile sprint capacity, and I think it might be due to the recent introduction of CM into my supplementation program. (see http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=469368).
If anyone's interested, I'm starting a log that will focus on further developing a link between CM and its impact on extended anaerobic capacity, rather than its effects on pure lifting.
Some background: I've been lifting steadily for 7 years, but I'm new to BB.com. I've been performing 1-mile sprints after lifting twice a week for nearly 2 years. I think I should serve as a good benchmark for this test since my sprint speed plateaued several months ago. To keep the test consistent, I'll be running on a treadmill with a max limit of 12 mph. I'll run at a constant 11 mph each day. My observations will be based not on speed, but rather perceived lactic acid buildup and fatigue.
Before each workout (1.5 hrs before the sprint) I will consume a standard 3g of bulk BN CM. Following that, 30 minutes before each sprint I will take another dose of CM, with dosages increasing on each sprint day as follows:
Tues, May 3rd: 3g CM
Fri, May 6th: 6g CM
Tues, May 10th: 9g CM
Fri, May 13th: 12g CM
My standard stack will remain the same with 3g HP CEE and 40g whey before and after workout, along with my standard 4x daily: low-dose multi, 1000mg flax, 1000mg CLA. As well, 300 mg daily ALA, 120mg daily COQ-10. I will attempt to change nothing but CM consumption.
Please check back if you're interested...