Everyone else has a training log, so I want one too!
I'm definitely not going to log all my workouts here but whenever there's something new happening, I'll post it. I could also use some comments and suggestions from you guys so please reply whenever you feel like it.
I had 3-split program practically for the whole 2008 and I went to gym 3.5 times a week in average. I've had a habit of writing down _everything_ I do at the gym for over 1.5 years now so there's plenty of reference data available. For the purpose I use ten years old Palm III, which is totally superb for it (for several reasons, but mostly because of its copy-paste-capabilities). I know I draw some attention with it but I don't care - I'm a professional nerd and very proud of it
Back to the original subject; in the beginning of this year I changed my program to two-split and now I'm going four times a week, which naturally translates to working out the whole body twice every week. So far it feels very right, as I'm not having any problems in doing so and I'm feeling stronger already. For all the bigger muscles I do five sets (plus one or two warmup sets) with 7-10 reps. For example, here's most of my yesterday's workout (without the warmups):
Squats 3x10 with 60 kg / 132 lbs + 2x8 with 80 kg / 176 lbs (Due some joint problems my legs are weaker than my upper body)
Flat bench 3x8 with 80 kg / 176 lbs + 2x10 with 70 kg / 154 lbs (usually I do 5x6 with 85 or so but I'm trying to keep this week a little lighter for the chest)
Seated calf raise machine 2x14 with 40 kg / 88 lbs, 2x10 with 60 kg / 132 lbs
Dumbbell flys 4x10 with 18.5 kg / 40 lbs
Leg extension machine 4x10 with 70 kg / 154 lbs
Seated leg curls 4x10 with 65 kg / 143 lbs
3 sets of sit ups
As I mentioned, I've suffered from this joint infection for almost two years now and that has greatly affected on my leg workouts. Now that I'm getting better by the day, I can finally focus on my legs as well. I honestly feel that I have muscles to squat with 100 kg / 220 lbs without problems but I just have to take it a little easy because of knees that aren't used to such stress (yet
That's it for this time. I'll continue tomorrow and/or Sunday with upper body.