I'll start off with a bit of information about myself first:
Height 6 foot 3
Location Tucson, Arizona
Objective The objective of creating this journal is to track the progress of my training routine. I will be attending a USAF Pararescue tryout in May of 2008 which will be a very rough, intense and grueling day of PT. My intentions of keeping this journal will be to make sure I am on pace to reach all of my goals.
Training History I first began lifting my freshman year of college. I started out very skinny - 155lbs at 6 foot 2. I felt pathetic, and wanted a change. Lifting gives me a sense of accomplishment and pride. In college there are so many kids going out drinking, doing drugs, being lazy, seeing this only motivates me further to become a strong-minded and healthy individual.
Goals My goals for the next few months up until May of 2008 will be to add 5 lbs of lean muscle mass and get in the best cardio shape of my life. I really need to work on setting a diet down in stone, as that is one thing that I waiver on far too much.
Current Training I workout each body part once every 4 days, rest, then repeat. I also run, swim and do calisthenics 5 days a week. My training protocol will go into much more depth... keep reading.
Supplements I have taken a break from any supplementation for about 3 months now, but will begin a new stack come the start of the new year. The supplements I will be taking leading up to the tryout will include, but not limited to: White Blood, RPM, P-Slin, Xtend, Sizeon. I will not be taking all of these together, however, I will stack three or so products every month. This journal will also review supplements effectiveness on my training.
This is my first journal so having some support will help motivate me to keep this updated!
I would love feedback/comments/criticism from everyone, so please leave your opinions! I look forward to keeping this updated and hope to provide everyone with some new insight into different training routines.
I am not USAF, or in any other service, I am simply doing this tryout to test my manhood against one of the most elite special forces units in the United States. Depending on my performance, I may strongly consider enlisting, however, that is further down the road.
Thread: 47's Pararescue Workout Journal