Mythil's training record, finally

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Re: Mythil's training record, finally

#46 Postby mythil » Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:48 pm

Okay it's time for a change.

The 5/3/1 program has been good to me, and no I'm not about to drop it altogether. However, right now I need to work on my endurance and conditioning for my sport, strength is not a priority right now. I need to loose my last bits of weight and build more on my muscular endurance for a bit.

So I'm taking one or two months out to do something along those lines and then will start up the 5/3/1 program again. I'll post my endurance workout soon.
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Re: Mythil's training record, finally

#47 Postby mythil » Sun Sep 09, 2012 10:02 pm

Okay here we go. This is not recorded as well as the 5/3/1 program but we'll see.

Monday:
Jogging, as much as I can do in thirty minutes
Incline DB Press: 10x6
Pullup: 10x6
DB Flyes: 10x6 (Machine if benches are taken)
BB Bent Row: 10x6
21's (I like them)

Wednesday:
Rowing, as much as I can do in thirty minutes
Deadlift: 10x6
Leg Curl: 10x6
Crunches: 3x12
Calf Press: 3x12

Friday:
Bike, as much as I can do in thirty minutes
Dips: 10x6
Hammer Curls: 10x6
Lying Rear Lat Raises: 3x12
Side Lat Raises: 3x12
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Re: Mythil's training record, finally

#48 Postby mythil » Mon Sep 24, 2012 10:55 pm

Okay so, messing around with ideas of what I want to do to gain muscle.

If you haven't been following or are a bit lost I'm jumping back and forth between the 5/3/1 program (which I recommend for strength training) which allowed my to lift more and a program to pile on the cosmetic muscle.
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Re: Mythil's training record, finally

#49 Postby mythil » Tue Oct 23, 2012 5:07 am

Just letting you guys know, I'm not dead :)

I've kinda split my training into two month / one month periods.

Two months go into strength
Two go into body shaping
One goes into heavy conditioning (Reason why it's one, I don't want to loose too much mass).

Instead of changing my workout every time I switch months I may just put all of them up there at once.
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Re: Mythil's training record, finally

#50 Postby mythil » Wed Oct 31, 2012 11:40 pm

Well new lifting routine is up, I bought a new steamer.. I really learned out to cook in a Japanese / Chinese style but now I'm just steaming everything, no oil.. Trying to cut out all the stuff that adds fat on. Also measuring body parts as a way to look at how far I'm coming along
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Re: Mythil's training record, finally

#51 Postby mythil » Thu Nov 08, 2012 8:35 am

Arg *head desks* how is it every two or three months I end up messing up a part of my body. I went to kendo and my left wrist and left hip/lower back felt a bit off but I put it down to stiffness..

Next day, a lot of stiffness and pain.. Erg!
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