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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 5:27 pm 
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Monday 14th March - shoulders & Legs

No morning booster session as had a few shots of scottish whisky night before :oops:

Running treadmill
1 mile / 6:38 mins / 155 cals

Freestyle Mode
28 sets in total targeting shoulders and legs
-- Highlight, squats 120kg/12reps
-- Shoulders felt nice and pumped, legs not so much

Swimming
12 lengths
-- My technique is definitely improving

To Finish off
5 mins hydropool
10 mins in Sauna

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I really want to try indoor rock climbing but I'm such a whimp when it comes to heights, I feel like I would get 2 metres up and start freaking out or something.

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lobsteriffic wrote:
I really want to try indoor rock climbing but I'm such a whimp when it comes to heights, I feel like I would get 2 metres up and start freaking out or something.


Go for it!!!
I'm terrified of heights and that's why i'm going climbing, to overcome the fear. Only been twice, on the smaller walls say 7 metre I feel ok but on the larger walls, 14 metre I get above half way and panic, my palms get sweaty so constantly chalking them. But the satisfaction you get when you reach the top is great and one little step forward to overcoming the fear.

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Tuesday 15th March - feel good factor

Abdominal Crunches
75

Push Ups
60

Not so much of a feel good factor as been feeling knackered when i get up :?

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wanting swim, bike. run and lifting workouts?

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MaryStella wrote:
wanting swim, bike. run and lifting workouts?


I haven't looked at those crossfit websites yet, will hopefully have a look tonight...

I'm looking at breaking up my regular routine with a crossfit type week every 4/6weeks...

What about rowing also? is that fit into crossfit?

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yes on the rowing.

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Wednesday 16th March - Back & Triceps

No feel good factor, did get a good nights sleep for the first time this week.

Running treadmill
1 mile / 6:42 mins / 155 cals
-- felt heavy today

Freestyle Mode
23 sets in total targeting Back & Triceps, plus Deads
-- Highlight, Machine barbell rows 105kg/10reps, lats pumped

Swimming
12 lengths

To Finish off
5 mins hydropool
10 mins in Sauna

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MaryStella wrote:
yes on the rowing.


Thats cool, just trying to get my head around crossfit

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johnboy74 wrote:
lobsteriffic wrote:
I really want to try indoor rock climbing but I'm such a whimp when it comes to heights, I feel like I would get 2 metres up and start freaking out or something.


Go for it!!!
I'm terrified of heights and that's why i'm going climbing, to overcome the fear. Only been twice, on the smaller walls say 7 metre I feel ok but on the larger walls, 14 metre I get above half way and panic, my palms get sweaty so constantly chalking them. But the satisfaction you get when you reach the top is great and one little step forward to overcoming the fear.


I think this motivated me to finally stop talking about wanting to do it and actually make plans to do something about it!

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lobsteriffic wrote:
johnboy74 wrote:
lobsteriffic wrote:
I really want to try indoor rock climbing but I'm such a whimp when it comes to heights, I feel like I would get 2 metres up and start freaking out or something.


Go for it!!!
I'm terrified of heights and that's why i'm going climbing, to overcome the fear. Only been twice, on the smaller walls say 7 metre I feel ok but on the larger walls, 14 metre I get above half way and panic, my palms get sweaty so constantly chalking them. But the satisfaction you get when you reach the top is great and one little step forward to overcoming the fear.


I think this motivated me to finally stop talking about wanting to do it and actually make plans to do something about it!


Seriously you won't regret doing it, and you can do it.
My fear of heights has always been very bad, but this is helping me and seriously it's good fun and very good exercise, your fingers will hurt the first time you do it though.

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Friday 18th March - Chest, Arms and the dreaded Abs

Part of my mix it up, mash it up, try anything, max variety way of thinking, went to different gym and did a pre gym session on the beach...

Running On The Beach - For Euphoria
4 mile
-- Glorious day, left work early and drove down to car park on the banks of the Mersey, sun setting as I got back to the car, bliss...

Weights
Freestyle lifting, 28 sets over over 10 exercises...
-- Highlight- Barbell curls 50kg/25reps - 60kg/13reps -- arms are getting strong, wish everything else was

To finish off
5 minutes in hydropool
10 minutes in sauna

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Saturday 19th March - Fun, Fun, Fun

Skiing today at CHill Factore in Manchester, amazing place, great way to spend a saturday.
It's not as easy as it looks, struggled towards the end to do turns across the piste, body feels exhausted and surprisingly in -2 I was sweating

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That's your cardio right there :D Looks like great fun.


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