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    Default Dr.Dave1 take on CLs Orange triad (sponsored log)

    Dr.Dave1 takes on the Triad




    Info on Orange Triad:

    Designed for the serious athlete, ORANGE TRIAD delivers!

    Serious athletes are unique in that they intentionally subject their bodies to incredible amounts of stress with training and cardio. Over time, the immune system can be compromised, and muscles, tendons, and ligaments take longer to recover which means you can't train them as often as you would like. A deficiency can mean that you aren't getting optimal results from your training.

    Designed for the serious athlete, ORANGE TRIAD combines the most proven and effective vitamins, minerals, and nutrients for supporting optimal DIGESTION, IMMUNE system, and JOINT HEALTH into one "twice daily" dietary supplement. The JOINT and FLEX complexes help lubricate joints and cartilage as well as increase the resiliency of connective tissue, while the DIGESTION and IMMUNE complex includes natural anti-inflammatories, digestive aids, and nutrient partitioning agents to take your performance to the next level.

    info on me:
    Me
    Currently I am in my last year of medical school Med school takes up a fair amount of my time but I still make it a priority to make it to the gym. Currnetly I am on a two month research elective so I have more free time than usual but I am also studying for the step two of my US medical licensing exam . . . thus I am still getting an average of 5-6 hours of sleep a night . . . not ideal but I seem to function pretty well this way. I find lifting is definitely necessary to relieve stress. I also enjoy working toward my lifting/physique goals. On that note I am not really a "bodybuilder" or a "powerlifter" . . . I do the lifts that I enjoy and keep me looking forward to my workouts. I have recurrent joint issues (knees, shoulders, wrists, elbows) and that was how I got my chance at OT. Nothing extremely serious just enough to be annoying

    Lifting history
    I did not start to lift until my junior year of college. However, once I got started I was hooked. At the beginning I did not know much about proper lifting technique and I definitely had no idea about proper nutrition. Long story short . . . since then I have picked up lotsa good info on training and nutrition from friends and various forums. Special thanks to PT's famous thread on eating/training.
    Supplement Hx
    Multis: centrum, Now ADAM, AST32X, Now Opti-men
    vitamins/minerals: folic acid, Glucosamine/chondroitan, B12, fish oil, flax oil, sesamin, Hawthorn berry, niacin, Acetyl L-carnitine
    creatine: Syntrax Swole V3, DS Xceed, CL Green bulge, CL Green Mag, ErgoPharm Cell Fuel, MT CellTech, Bulk CEE, bulk Cre-Alk, Bulk creatine mono
    NO: CL WB, bulk AAKG
    BCAAS/EAAS: Scivation Xtend, CL PW, AI Excell, Leukic, bulk Leucine
    Stims/cognitive enhancers: Stim X, bulk caffeine, CL YN, Syntrax Fyre, CL RA v1
    protein: ON whey, Dymatize elite, AI - WPI, ErgoPharm GF pro, Syntrax Nectar, ISS Whey Matrix
    Other: ALRI Jungle warfare, Mass Fx, hyperdrol, AN IGF2, USP Anabolic Pump, USP Cissus Rx, USP Powerfull, HMB, 6-Oxo, CL Glycergrow
    My current split
    I lift in the AM @ 5:15 M: Chest/Back, Tu Shoulders/arms, Wed Legs, Thur chest/back, Fri shoulders/arms . . . Abs are done 3-4 times per week and cardio is typically 10-20 minutes post workout if time is available
    all exercise are done for 3-4 sets and typically follow the 12-10-8-6 or 10-8-6 scheme for rep range
    Monday
    Chest/back
    DB Flat chest press
    Incline Flyes
    DB decline chest press
    Weighted pullups
    Deadlift
    T-bar rows

    Tuesday
    Shoulders/arms
    BB Military press
    Standing row
    Smith machine shrugs
    BB bicep curls
    DB overhead tris
    DB preacher curl
    Rope overhead tri extension

    Wednesday
    Legs
    Squats
    Standing calf raises on smith machine
    Leg press
    Seated calf raises
    45 degree squat

    Thursday
    Chest/back
    Incline DB press
    Flat DB flyes
    Weighted dips
    SLDL
    Bent over BB rows
    Lat pulldown


    Friday

    Shoulders/arms
    Arnold shoulder press
    DB side delt raises
    DB front delt raises
    DB rear delt raises
    DB shrugs
    DB alternating curls
    Close grip bench press
    DB Hammer curls
    Weighted bench dips

    My current Supps
    Dymatize Elite, fish oil, bulk cissus, CL G-Mag, Scivation Xtend, CL PW and of course CL Orange Triad

    How to measure results: right now all I can think of is subjective thoughts on how my joints feels and overall feeling of well being . . . this may be revised and I am open to suggestions

    Any questions please let me know. I'll try to update this on a daily basis if possible
    Disclaimer: While I have an M.D. the views I express are not to be taken as medical advice under any circumstances. Please check with your own doctor if you want medical advice as he/she has access to your info and can provide the most accurate advice.


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    Default Day 1

    So, I took my first 3 pills this a.m. and will take the other 3 at night . . . not much to report yet. Today is a rest day. No complaints about pills size (easy to swallow) or taste (no offensive taste). So far so good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Dave1
    Dr.Dave1 takes on the Triad




    Info on Orange Triad:

    Designed for the serious athlete, ORANGE TRIAD delivers!

    Serious athletes are unique in that they intentionally subject their bodies to incredible amounts of stress with training and cardio. Over time, the immune system can be compromised, and muscles, tendons, and ligaments take longer to recover which means you can't train them as often as you would like. A deficiency can mean that you aren't getting optimal results from your training.

    Designed for the serious athlete, ORANGE TRIAD combines the most proven and effective vitamins, minerals, and nutrients for supporting optimal DIGESTION, IMMUNE system, and JOINT HEALTH into one "twice daily" dietary supplement. The JOINT and FLEX complexes help lubricate joints and cartilage as well as increase the resiliency of connective tissue, while the DIGESTION and IMMUNE complex includes natural anti-inflammatories, digestive aids, and nutrient partitioning agents to take your performance to the next level.

    info on me:
    Me
    Currently I am in my last year of medical school Med school takes up a fair amount of my time but I still make it a priority to make it to the gym. Currnetly I am on a two month research elective so I have more free time than usual but I am also studying for the step two of my US medical licensing exam . . . thus I am still getting an average of 5-6 hours of sleep a night . . . not ideal but I seem to function pretty well this way. I find lifting is definitely necessary to relieve stress. I also enjoy working toward my lifting/physique goals. On that note I am not really a "bodybuilder" or a "powerlifter" . . . I do the lifts that I enjoy and keep me looking forward to my workouts. I have recurrent joint issues (knees, shoulders, wrists, elbows) and that was how I got my chance at OT. Nothing extremely serious just enough to be annoying

    Lifting history
    I did not start to lift until my junior year of college. However, once I got started I was hooked. At the beginning I did not know much about proper lifting technique and I definitely had no idea about proper nutrition. Long story short . . . since then I have picked up lotsa good info on training and nutrition from friends and various forums. Special thanks to PT's famous thread on eating/training.
    Supplement Hx
    Multis: centrum, Now ADAM, AST32X, Now Opti-men
    vitamins/minerals: folic acid, Glucosamine/chondroitan, B12, fish oil, flax oil, sesamin, Hawthorn berry, niacin, Acetyl L-carnitine
    creatine: Syntrax Swole V3, DS Xceed, CL Green bulge, CL Green Mag, ErgoPharm Cell Fuel, MT CellTech, Bulk CEE, bulk Cre-Alk, Bulk creatine mono
    NO: CL WB, bulk AAKG
    BCAAS/EAAS: Scivation Xtend, CL PW, AI Excell, Leukic, bulk Leucine
    Stims/cognitive enhancers: Stim X, bulk caffeine, CL YN, Syntrax Fyre, CL RA v1
    protein: ON whey, Dymatize elite, AI - WPI, ErgoPharm GF pro, Syntrax Nectar, ISS Whey Matrix
    Other: ALRI Jungle warfare, Mass Fx, hyperdrol, AN IGF2, USP Anabolic Pump, USP Cissus Rx, USP Powerfull, HMB, 6-Oxo, CL Glycergrow
    My current split
    I lift in the AM @ 5:15 M: Chest/Back, Tu Shoulders/arms, Wed Legs, Thur chest/back, Fri shoulders/arms . . . Abs are done 3-4 times per week and cardio is typically 10-20 minutes post workout if time is available
    all exercise are done for 3-4 sets and typically follow the 12-10-8-6 or 10-8-6 scheme for rep range
    Monday
    Chest/back
    DB Flat chest press
    Incline Flyes
    DB decline chest press
    Weighted pullups
    Deadlift
    T-bar rows

    Tuesday
    Shoulders/arms
    BB Military press
    Standing row
    Smith machine shrugs
    BB bicep curls
    DB overhead tris
    DB preacher curl
    Rope overhead tri extension

    Wednesday
    Legs
    Squats
    Standing calf raises on smith machine
    Leg press
    Seated calf raises
    45 degree squat

    Thursday
    Chest/back
    Incline DB press
    Flat DB flyes
    Weighted dips
    SLDL
    Bent over BB rows
    Lat pulldown


    Friday

    Shoulders/arms
    Arnold shoulder press
    DB side delt raises
    DB front delt raises
    DB rear delt raises
    DB shrugs
    DB alternating curls
    Close grip bench press
    DB Hammer curls
    Weighted bench dips

    My current Supps
    Dymatize Elite, fish oil, bulk cissus, CL G-Mag, Scivation Xtend, CL PW and of course CL Orange Triad

    How to measure results: right now all I can think of is subjective thoughts on how my joints feels and overall feeling of well being . . . this may be revised and I am open to suggestions

    Any questions please let me know. I'll try to update this on a daily basis if possible
    Nice copy and pasting of my log

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    Quote Originally Posted by adrian andras
    Nice copy and pasting of my log
    hell yeah I stole the first part from you . . saves me all the work
    Disclaimer: While I have an M.D. the views I express are not to be taken as medical advice under any circumstances. Please check with your own doctor if you want medical advice as he/she has access to your info and can provide the most accurate advice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Dave1
    hell yeah I stole the first part from you . . saves me all the work
    lol, still, good luck with your log!

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    Default Day 2

    Well not too much to report as of yet . . . joints feel about the same as usual. Of note I only got 4.5 hours of sleep before my workout this a.m. and I had a great workout and my energy level was good through out the day . . . not sure if it's related to OT or not but it's worth mentioning. No complaints or side effects noted. So far so good.
    Disclaimer: While I have an M.D. the views I express are not to be taken as medical advice under any circumstances. Please check with your own doctor if you want medical advice as he/she has access to your info and can provide the most accurate advice.


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    awesome log so far, subscribed
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    Default Day 3

    Alright, today was a bit more subdued so I thought I would give a bit more complete entry for day 3.

    Today's work out:
    Shoulders:
    BB shoulder press
    115 x 11, 135 x 9, 155 x 6

    BB standing row
    105 x 10, 125 x 8, 145 x 6

    DB shrugs
    100 x 12, 125 x 10, 150 x 8

    arms
    BB curl pyramid set - start with empty bar and do a set of 5 then add 5's to both sides and repeat until you have five on each side then go back down taking one off each side at a time until bar is empty ( I felt the burn today) then did one set of 115 x 5

    DB seated triceps extension
    80 x 12, 95 x 10, 105 x 5

    DB conc curl
    40 x 12, 50 x 10, 60 x 7

    overhead rope triceps extension
    100 x 12, 130 x 10, 150 x 7

    single arm biceps cable curls
    70 x 10, 60 x 12, 50 x 14, 30 x 25

    I had another very good work out today. My elbows were bothering me a bit on tris but joints seemed ok aside from that. Totally off topic but todays workout took forever b/c I saw too many people that I knew this a.m. I don't like to be a jerk and tell them to STFU but I was pretty close to it today . . . kinda kept me outta my rhythm. Anway, energy level was pretty consistent throughout the day. So far so good, no sides effects noted.


    since I forgot yesterday here was monday's workout
    chest
    DB flat bench
    90 x 12, 110 x 9, 125 x 6, 120 x 6

    DB incline flyes
    40 x 12, 50 x 10, 60 x 8

    DB decline bench
    85 x 12, 95 x 10, 105 x 7

    Back
    weighted pull-ups drop sets
    wide grip pronated BW + 90 x 8 & BW + 45 x 10; BW + 115 x 5 & BW + 45 x 9 & BW x 15
    narrow grip supinated BW + 90 x 8 & BW + 45 x 9; BW + 115 x 5 & BW + 45 x 9 & BW

    deadlift
    295 x 12, 385 x 8, 455 x 4

    T-bar rows
    90 x 12, 135 x 10, 180 x 8
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    Default Day 4

    Well, I had another great workout this morning. Today was a bit rushed as a had a morning conference to make it to but I still had a great workout. Surprisingly my knees did not bother much at all on squats or leg press today. I would not have expected OT to affect my joints so fast . . . but hey I'm just reporting what happens. Today I continued to have a nice energy level, got a bit more sleep but I would say that in general my energy has been above baseline since starting.

    todays shortened leg workout
    squat
    135 x12, 255 x 10, 305 x 8, 335 x 6

    standing calf raises
    275 x 14, 315 x 12, 365 x 10, 405 x 7

    leg press
    540 x 12, 720 x 10, 810 x 8, 900 x 6

    seated calf raises
    180 x 14, 270 x 12, 360 x 8

    45 degree leg press
    270 x 12, 360 x 10, 450 x 8, 540 x 6
    Disclaimer: While I have an M.D. the views I express are not to be taken as medical advice under any circumstances. Please check with your own doctor if you want medical advice as he/she has access to your info and can provide the most accurate advice.


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    Default Day 5

    I wanted to get this entry in early b/c I won't have a chance tonight. Had a great workout this a.m. No joint pains at all. energy is again slightly above normal . . . may be due to B-complex, who knows? No sides to report. So far I am liking OT; I'll give a synopsis of my first week impressions this weekend.

    Today's workout
    chest
    incline DB press
    85 x 12, 100 x 9, 110 x 7

    flat bench flyes
    40 x 12, 50 x 10, 60 x 8

    weighted dips drop sets
    BW + 90 x 8 & BW + 45 x 10;; BW +135 x 5, BW + 90 x 8, BW + 45 x 10;; BW + 135 x 6, BW + 90 x 8, BW + 45 x 11, BW x 22

    cable cross overs
    70 (each side) x 13, 60 x 11, 50 x 9

    back
    bent over BB rows
    135 x 12, 175 x 10, 195 x 8

    SLDL
    275 x 12, 365 x 8, 415 x 5

    lat pulldown
    250 x 8, 230 x 10, 200 x 12

    back extension with 45lbs
    sets of 23, set of 24, set of 22
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    log is looking great. glad the knees are not acting up
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Dave1
    Well, I had another great workout this morning. Today was a bit rushed as a had a morning conference to make it to but I still had a great workout. Surprisingly my knees did not bother much at all on squats or leg press today. I would not have expected OT to affect my joints so fast . . . but hey I'm just reporting what happens. Today I continued to have a nice energy level, got a bit more sleep but I would say that in general my energy has been above baseline since starting.
    Very nice... and similar impressions here. Do you take the Triad followed by food, or food followed by Triad ?

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    Default Day 6

    Yet again another great day, I was definitely feeling good in the gym this a.m. Energy was consistent through out the day, which kept me productive. No issues with elbows on tris so that was a nice change and wrists were feeling pretty good through out. OT continues to impress me.

    shoulders
    arnold press
    55x12, 65x10, 75x8

    side delt
    40x8, 35x10, 30x12

    front delt
    50x6, 45x9, 40x11

    rear delt
    60x12, 50x10, 40x12

    smith machine behind back shrug - supinated grip
    225x14, 315x12, 405x10, 495x7

    front plate raises (hold onto a 45lb plate, start at waste with arms straight and lift over head)
    3 sets of 10

    arms
    standing alternating DB curl
    40x10, 50x8, 60x6

    close grip bench with EZ curl bar
    105x12, 155x10, 195x7

    hammer curl
    45x11, 50x8, 55x6

    bench dips drop sets
    BW+135x12, BW+90x8, BW+45x8;; BW+180x12, BW+135x8, BW+90x6;; BW+225x15, BW+135x6, BW+90x5

    bicep cable curls
    140x9, 120x11, 100x12, 60x15

    single arm tri pulldown
    70x11, 60x12, 50x14, 30x22
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    Quote Originally Posted by pu12en12g
    Very nice... and similar impressions here. Do you take the Triad followed by food, or food followed by Triad ?
    Typically OT then food a bit later, seems to work well
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    Nice, Dr Dave is doing a log! Glad it seems to be workign so soon. Have nto started mine yet, still finishing off my old multi.

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    Default Days 7 and 8

    Saturday and Sunday were my days off from the gym. However, I was plenty busy with driving and family activities. My nephews (16 months and 3.5 years) kept me busy today . . . OT helped me with my energy levels again.

    Recap of thoughts/effects from first week
    • solid formula
    • increased energy
    • decrease in joint pain
    • a multi that does not taste or smell like crap

    I have definitely been impressed by OT thus far. A bit surprised to see a decrease in joint pain in the first week but I can't argue with the results. I have been enjoying the increased energy levels as well . . . might be B-complex or immune boosters.

    Any questions let me know
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Dave1
    Typically OT then food a bit later, seems to work well
    Same here, I do OT followed immediately (pretty much) by food.

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    Default Day 9

    I felt great at the gym this morning despite another shorter than usual night of sleep. Energy level was great and I hit all my lifts . . . I was a little distracted today (for no particular reason) so I did not fully take advantage of the energy but I still had a kick a$$ workout. No joint issues, no health issues, do digestion issues. All in all very good.
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    Default Day 10

    Fortunately the trend of increased energy continues today. I had a very good workout this a.m. and my energy is currently higher than usual and higher than last week. Today was arms/shoulders . No pain in elbows today during tris, which was an improvement from last week. Very minimal joint pain in shoulders today. No complaints.

    Energy is up and joint issues are down
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    Default Day 11

    Today was leg day in the gym. Simialr to last weeks workout, I decided not to continue posting my workouts as the outcomes I am interested for OT do not inlude gaining massize strength(If I do I will lt ya know). I woke up and had good energy levels and still have plenty of energy. I noted the decreased knee pain through out my leg workout, a nice change that I have been enjoying. I still have a little pain but it is less than usual and about the same that I experienced last week.
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