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Re: tiiiti's training journal

#16 Postby tiiiti » Mon Oct 20, 2008 1:47 pm

Still nothing..

Wait, I knitted 4 pairs of socks in 5 days and spent 1½hours being tattooed. That counts as exercise, right?
isn't it enough that it's the right thing to do?

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#17 Postby tiiiti » Tue Oct 21, 2008 1:41 pm

Finally something!

Tuesday:
Boxing class (1h)
A bit hard after a week of being ill and the strap on my sports bra chafed my new tattoo. But other than that I had a lot of fun!
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#18 Postby xjohanx » Tue Oct 21, 2008 1:54 pm

:boxer: kick it!! SIKE
cubby2112 wrote:When someone says you don't train "functionally," you should just punch them in the face. Ask them how "functional" of a movement that was.

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#19 Postby tiiiti » Tue Oct 21, 2008 2:02 pm

xjohanx wrote::boxer: kick it!! SIKE

mmmmm... adrenalin :twisted:
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#20 Postby xjohanx » Tue Oct 21, 2008 2:15 pm

tiiiti wrote:
xjohanx wrote::boxer: kick it!! SIKE

mmmmm... adrenalin :twisted:


I was gonna say testosterone but I guess that doesn't really fit in your journal...ESTROGEN BABY
cubby2112 wrote:When someone says you don't train "functionally," you should just punch them in the face. Ask them how "functional" of a movement that was.

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#21 Postby tiiiti » Tue Oct 21, 2008 2:16 pm

xjohanx wrote:
tiiiti wrote:
xjohanx wrote::boxer: kick it!! SIKE

mmmmm... adrenalin :twisted:


I was gonna say testosterone but I guess that doesn't really fit in your journal...ESTROGEN BABY

:lol:
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#22 Postby tiiiti » Fri Oct 24, 2008 4:37 am

Wednesday
Core (30min) Core is a class where you do all sorts of back and stomach exercises
and LatinoFit (1h). The latinofit class had a new choreography, and my hips and legs were very confused :D But I had fun

Thursday
Went to the gym. I put some Endstand and Wasted on the mp3 player, but even that didn't get me pumped up enough. Felt pretty weak, and I feel like I just half-assed everything..But there's always next time..
* barbell squat (10kg) 3x10
* bench press (8kg+8kg dumbbells) 3x12
* lying triceps extension (8kg dumbbell) 3x12
* bicep curl (7kg+7kg dumbbells) 3x10+10
* barbell row (20kg) 3x12
* side bend (with 10kg dumbbell) 3x15+15
* back extention (on a back extention bench) 3x20
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#23 Postby tiiiti » Sun Oct 26, 2008 8:23 pm

Friday:
Core-class (30min) and Yoga (60min)
I really, really, really should get to yoga class more often

I was supposed to do stuff on saturday and sunday also, but I just stayed at home eating and sleeping
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#24 Postby tiiiti » Thu Oct 30, 2008 2:47 pm

Monday:
Gym day. Again to getting pumped up by the power of Endstand and Wasted, and this time it worked. I felt a lot stronger than las time.
* barbell squat (10kg) 3x10
* bench press (8kg+8kg dumbbells) 3x12
* lying triceps extension (8kg dumbbell) 3x12
* bicep curl (7kg+7kg dumbbells) 3x10+10
* barbell row (20kg) 3x12
* side bend (with 10kg dumbbell) 3x15+15
* back extention (on a back extention bench) 3x15

Tuesday:
Core-class (30min), Boxing-class (1h). I looove the boxing classes, theyre really tough for me, but you gotta love the endorfines.

Wednesday
Core-class (30min) and LatinoFit (1h). The dancing was fun, and I could really feel all that shaking in my mid section.

Thurday:
Resting :) Oh, and I noticed that my black jeans fit me without looking like I'd have huge love handles. Weird..
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#25 Postby tiiiti » Sun Nov 02, 2008 1:42 pm

Friday:
Was supposed to go to yoga, but I was in bed sleeping off a migraine..

Saturday:
BodyCombat (1h). There was a visiting instructor, actually they were a married couple. And sweet mother of.. were they energetic. I've never been that beat after a combat class. It was ridiculously fun!!

Sunday:
PilatesBall (1h). Yeah.. It was my first time at that class, and most likely last time. I just basically felt like an idiot the whole time :lol: But hey, I can't like everyting
isn't it enough that it's the right thing to do?

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Re: tiiiti's training journal

#26 Postby robert » Mon Nov 03, 2008 8:46 pm

Happy Birthday!!!!!!!!!!

Have an awesome day and week!

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#27 Postby tiiiti » Wed Nov 05, 2008 1:35 pm

robert wrote:Happy Birthday!!!!!!!!!!

Have an awesome day and week!

thanks! I had a great day :)

Monday:
BodyCombat (1h) oh my.. and here I thought last saturday was rough. I was so beat after the class, but it felt so good

Tuesday:
No work out today. Just baking, eating out with friends and then we went to my place and ate a whole lot of cake

Wednesday:
Core-class (3omin) and LatinoFit (1h)

hmm.. I seem to have lost 4cm on my waist in 2 months. funny
isn't it enough that it's the right thing to do?

knit fast - die warm

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Re: tiiiti's training journal

#28 Postby tiiiti » Mon Nov 10, 2008 4:41 pm

Thursday:
I did some arm and thigh excercises at home, and then went to dance aerobic (1h)

Friday:
I didn't have time to go to the gym, 'cos I was desperately trying to clean my apartment before my niece came to visit. Yay! But I did do some stomach and arm excercises at home

Saturday:
Just spending time with my niece. Sometimes hanging out with a 9 year old and trying to keep her entertained counts as excercise...

Sunday:
After dropping off my niece to the buss station this tired auntie needed some quality time with herself. So I hit the gym, and did my gym routine (I pretty much always do the same stuff) And after that I stayed for a indoor cycling class (1h). I was soaked of sweat and felt sooooo good
isn't it enough that it's the right thing to do?

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