While my care package from @TheSolution is in the mail, figured I would get a jump start on this log to get some of the background information posted.
Previously, I have done a 30 day log of VasoBlitz on this site (DF - VasoBLITZ Log). I had a great experience using that supplement for an entire month and was blown away by the endurance effect it had.
Current stats: Height: 6’3", Weight: 220 pounds, Goal: Slowly lose weight while trying to maintain strength on the compound lifts.
In regards to my nutrition, I currently do not track macros and follow what some would call an intermittent fasting/one meal a day (OMAD) eating protocol. I typically will only drink water and electrolytes throughout the morning, afternoon and early evening with my meal coming between 10pm and midnight. Sometimes I will through in some aminos throughout the day but that is mostly only on training days. Between the two hour window when I have my meal, I can consume between 2000 and 5000 calories, which varies based on how I am feeling. For the most part, I stick with proteins, fats and vegetables for this meal. A typical meal would start off with a protein shake/smoothie containing some whey, casein and/or vegan protein powder along with a greens supplement, creatine and maybe a reds supplement if I happen to have one. I will also have a large salad with chicken, steak and avocado. Following that I will have some legume (peanuts) or nuts (pistachios, walnuts, almonds etc.) with some chunks of block cheese and more vegetables (carrots, squash, cucumbers pickles, peppers, mushrooms etc.)
For training, I resistance train three times a week (Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday) using a full body method each day. One day my main compound lift will be back focused, another day the compound will be chest/shoulders and legs on the final day. Workouts typically last between 60 and 90 minutes, beginning between noon and 2pm (12-14 hours after my last meal). For cardio, I do LISS seven days a week on the treadmill I have at home. That is typically between 60 and 90 minutes as well while I catch up on the news.
Sleep is typically between eight and nine hours a night. Water intake is at least a gallon per day, likely closer to two gallons on most days (especially resistance training days). Sodium intake is likely between 3000mg and 5000mg per day. Resting heart rate is in the low 60s BPM. Tracked steps per day is between 15,000 and 20,000.
Let me know if you would like me to post any other background information before we get started @TheSolution