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 Post subject: SeaSiren Jan 06
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2006 12:16 pm 
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New Year New Journal:
Legs are screaming from Dec 31 workout.
Jan 1 -rest day
Jan 2-
B-1/4 Grapefruit, coffee w/lite soy 1/2 mini ww bagle w/tsp peanut butter, green tea

40 minute cardio on treadmill interval training
Abs -crunches
Stretching

S -Protein Shake w/Lite Soy
L -onions & mushrooms, water, green tea

Hammercurls 10-15lbs, 8-18lbs, 6-20lbs
Tricep Pull Down 10-50lbs, 8-70lbs, 6-70lbs
Barbell Bicep Curls 10-40lbs, 8-50lbs, 6-50lbs
Tricep Kickbacks 10-10lbs, 8-15lbs, 6-18lbs
Preacher Curls 10-10lbs, 8-15lbs, 6-18lbs
Lying French Press 10-40lbs, 8-50lbs, 6-60lbs
Stretching

S- Protein Shake w/Lite Soy (immediately following workout)
D- Brown Rice, Stir fry w/Pinto Beans, baby spinach, mushrooms, green peppers, onions, baby carrots, celery, pinapple, water, green tea

Wanted a tofu stir fry and started with the peppers and onions...out of tofu *sigh* so ended up with the stir fry above. Grocery store tomorrow!

Got in a bit of trouble for eating too much for breakfast, and not enough water and grapefruit. :P I promise to do better tomorrow!

Water rest of evening, bed on time tonight 10P!


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2006 2:35 pm 
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Jan 3-
I slept horrible all night. Drinking that much water is no conducive to a good night's sleep :shock:

What sleep I got was riddled with horrible bloodridden horror film type nightmares, something I haven't experienced in years.
Got up at 6:30A tired of fighting the not sleeping issue.

B-water, 1/2 Grapefruit

40 minute cardio on treadmill interval training
Abs -crunches
Stretching

S -Protein Shake w/Lite Soy, coffee w/lite soy
L -large baby spinach salad w/brocolli, mushrooms, celery and a little sunflower seeds, 1/4c rice water, green tea

On a good note, my squat rack has arrived! Yay!

Arms are sore, 'tis good.

S-apple
D-ww spaghetti marinara, and a piece of Italian Bread (I know I shouldn't but this was actual bread from Italy that arrive today as a gift. And it was just a taste)

Now off to put together the squat rack. :)


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2006 7:27 pm 
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Jan 4
Slept better last eve :)

B-water, 1/2 Grapefruit

40 minute cardio on treadmill interval training
Abs -crunches
Stretching

S -Protein Shake w/Lite Soy, coffee w/lite soy
L -large baby spinach salad w/brocolli, mushrooms, celery and a little sunflower seeds, soy patty (no bread), green tea
S -soy patty, water (going to grocery store ran out of food at work)

Some of these exercies will sound redundant but I only had freeweights to work with, squat rack is still being assembled :?

Bent over barbell rows 10-60LBS 8-70LBS 6-80LBS
Overhead Dumbell Pres 10-10LBS, 8-15LBS, 6-18LBS
Bend Over Dumbell Rows 10-15LBS, 8-18LBS, 6-20LBS
Shrugs 10-15LBS, 8-18LBS, 6-20LBS
Dead Lift 10-90LBS, 8-100LBS, 6-110LBS

S-Protein Shake
D-Roasted Veggie Pizza, apple, water


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 10:27 pm 
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Jan 5 -was rest day but came down with what seemed like Food Poisoning.
Jan 6 -recovering from illness
Jan 7 -stomach still sore, still weak
Jan 8 -yep, still not well
Jan 9- I'm back, not 100% but back none the less
Legs:
Squats
Leg Raises
Lounges
Seated Calf Raises
Not sure on the weight, but I know it was lighter then last week.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 10:34 pm 
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SeaSiren wrote:
Jan 5 -was rest day but came down with what seemed like Food Poisoning.
Jan 6 -recovering from illness
Jan 7 -stomach still sore, still weak
Jan 8 -yep, still not well
Jan 9- I'm back, not 100% but back none the less
Legs:
Squats
Leg Raises
Lounges
Seated Calf Raises
Not sure on the weight, but I know it was lighter then last week.


Seasiren, sorry to hear about your stomach troubles. I had some too yesterday. All of a sudden I had an onset of such intense abdominal pain I had to go to the emergency room.

I'm okay today though. Glad you are starting to feel better too. :D

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 Post subject: damn....
PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2006 9:08 am 
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Wow!! SeaSiren you are one strong woman :shock:
I was just looking at some of the journals to see where everyone was and damn, you've got some strong arms :shock:

Nicely done.... :)

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 Post subject: Re: damn....
PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2006 9:22 am 
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Phoenix wrote:
Wow!! SeaSiren you are one strong woman :shock:
I was just looking at some of the journals to see where everyone was and damn, you've got some strong arms :shock:

Nicely done.... :)


Thank-you!

For those paying attention; I haven't been slacking, I have been forgetting to post lately. I will try to update later today, as I have a new routine. 8)


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 Post subject: yup
PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2006 9:45 am 
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I'm jumping in today as well. I'm starting with a routine I found while surfing "over35" BB boards. I have to lift a little more intelligently these days as my body is not as forgiving as it used to be. THe routine is called MAX OT very close to the 5X5 routine I think. One body part per day, 5 days in a row. 2-3 exercise per body part, 2-4 sets with 4-6 reps. I like it because it allows me to concentrate on one body part at once.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2006 9:54 am 
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My new routine is a 2 day on 1 day off split:
Day 1: back, bi's
Day 2: chest, abs
Day 3 off
Day 4: quads, hamstrings, calves
Day 5: shoulders, tri's
Day 6: off

1 warm-up set
2 working sets
1 advanced set
I'll post specifics as I go.


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 Post subject: ....
PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2006 10:03 am 
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Good luck to you SeaSiren.....and I hope I never have to arm wrestle you for anything.... :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: damn....
PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2006 12:03 pm 
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SeaSiren wrote:
For those paying attention; I haven't been slacking, I have been forgetting to post lately. I will try to update later today, as I have a new routine. 8)


We believe you, honestly we do.

I can't believe you gave up on your new years routine on 9th January. I thought you woulda persisted for a lil bit longer. :wink:

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2006 7:56 pm 
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Guess who got back from work late???
*sigh* the best laid plans... :smt012


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 Post subject: same thing...
PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 9:31 am 
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Hey SeaSiren,
I'm battling the same thing.... TIME. That's why I'm hoping by splitting the routine into 5 parts it allows me to get a w/o done in under an hour. So even if I have to do something else I can still squeeze the w/o in. But we'll see if one w/o per week is enough to stimulate consistent growth.

Hang in there....

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 9:54 am 
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I have mine split also, but don't want to workout past 8PM, it tends to keep me awake at night.

I will have to figure something out, time is even more of a problem in the summer....but then again who needs sleep anyway? :wink:

Don't worry, I'll work it out some kind of way, I always do. :)


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