In 1920, German scientists investigated caffeine's effect on the bile duct and small intestines . Max Gerson proposed that coffee enemas had a positive effect on the gastro-intestinal tract . Gerson said that coffee enemas had positive detoxification effects that contributed to the recovering health of his patients. He claimed that unlike saline enemas, coffee in the enema traveled through the smooth muscle of the small intestine , and into the liver . This, he said, stimulated autonomic nervous system in the same way caffeine does when consumed orally and activated the release of bile in the liver, cleared even more of the gastro-intestinal tract and removed more toxins than a normal enema. He told his patients often that the "coffee enemas are not given for the function of the intestines but for the stimulation of the liver." 
You aren’t seeing any results with your workouts, so why continue? What’s your goal? If it’s to lose weight then cut back on the workouts, do the diet and lose all your weight, then go back to your old workouts on maintenance and after the diet. Don’t keep doing what’s not working. I guarantee you are working out too much and not eating enough, putting you into starvation mode. Don’t over think the diet. Just do it as directed and get the results you deserve. Only changes should be made if you HAVE to workout, like for work. Sorry to be so blunt, but I can tell you are frustrated and I want you to get good results.
One of the most fearsome risks of injecting Opana in addition to the heightened risk of overdose and addiction is the risk of contracting blood borne diseases like HIV/AIDS and/or hepatitis C. In fact, in the spring of 2015, a community outbreak of HIV in Indiana was blamed directly on the practice of injecting Opana. At the time a report was released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and 108 of the 135 new HIV-positive patients in a rural southeastern Indiana county reported intravenous drug use of Opana (28 had not yet been interviewed to determine their status, and four were not intravenous drug users). The risk of contracting one of these deadly disorders is always an issue when people share needles, a common occurrence when people get high together. This not only puts the user at risk but also endangers all the people they have a physical relationship with as well.