tentative 90 day routine; would love some input / feedback

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tentative 90 day routine; would love some input / feedback

#1 Postby eslomax » Fri Jan 30, 2015 6:37 am

Hello everyone,

I ate really well this week, plant based and whole foods minus the vegan restaurant food left over from the weekend. I continue to drink only water with lemon juice both warm and cold.
Also a good workout week, so far I’ve worked out 3 out of 4 days. My biceps and forearms were extremely sore, moderate to light soreness in abdominals and hamstrings. Next week I will start to take a vegan all in one health drink, start training for my next triathlon, continued strength training and I am considering a vegan recovery drink to hopefully help with the soreness. Swim, bike run, lift
Strength exercises included…
• Squats, Overhead squats, Barbell clean and press, Barbell military press, Dumbbell bench press, Barbell curls, Dumbbell curls, Dumbbell stiff leg deadlifts, Seated calve press/extentions, Situps and Dips

So for the next 4 months leading up to Clyde’s 10k in April and the Rock Hall Sprint triathlon in May the motto and mission is ‘swim, bike, run, lift…repeat’; ahh…well that’s in addition to, eating clean and whole foods, church, family, two full time jobs, self study for professional certifications and sleep requirements. Aint life grand…

Typical AM workout; sometimes half AM and half PM depending on time constraints
Military press 4 sets
Squats 3 sets
Overhead squats light weight 3 sets
Barbell curls 3 sets
Dumbbell curls 3 sets

typical Daily Meal
Oatmeal with almond slices and raisins
Vegan lemon poppy seed cookie
Big salad
-lettuce, tomatoes, jalapenos, raisins, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds; Natures Best Italian dressing

Night shift at work (11pm-7am)
As much fruit and nuts as I want. Oranges, bananas (usually no more than 2), cashews and raisins, pumpkin and sunflower seeds and lemon water

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