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#61 Postby johnboy74 » Mon Mar 21, 2011 6:18 am

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


I was surprised how much exercise skiing actually is, I was aching all over the next day :)
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#62 Postby johnboy74 » Mon Mar 21, 2011 6:20 am

Monday 21st March - feel good factor

Abdominal Crunches
82

Push Ups
55

--My resolution to do these in the morning monday to friday went a bit tits up, gonna try again
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#63 Postby TrilliumFortnight » Mon Mar 21, 2011 6:57 am

Skiing is one of those that doesn't feel so intense when you're doing it, but the day after can be a killer. Happened to me with ice skating the other week - felt like mild exercise doing it, but I wanted to sleep most of the next day. Glutes were sore for half the week!

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#64 Postby lobsteriffic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 3:08 pm

Nice photos!

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#65 Postby johnboy74 » Mon Mar 21, 2011 6:58 pm

Monday 21st March - shoulders & Legs

No warm up on treadmill today, feet butchered from ski boots on the weekend... also two bald patches on my hairy legs which looks weird :?

Freestyle Mode
26 sets in total targeting shoulders and legs

Swimming
16 lengths
-- A few extra lengths to make up for no running

To Finish off
5 mins hydropool
10 mins in Sauna
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#66 Postby johnboy74 » Tue Mar 22, 2011 5:11 am

Tuesday 22nd March - feel good factor

Abdominal Crunches
90

Push Ups
57

--Push ups we're tough this morning
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#67 Postby Rob PMFF » Tue Mar 22, 2011 10:35 am

Manchester? You're not a Man U supporter are you?

Are there CrossFit facilities near where you live that you could look into? It's fantastic if you ever decide to get into it. I see you were considering looking it up online. However, I really can't imagine doing the WODs by oneself. I think that would kind of suck, not having other people suffering around you as well :lol:
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#68 Postby MaryStella » Wed Mar 23, 2011 6:21 am

at rob i love seeing you talking about crossfit on here! Fyi - i do the wods by myself.

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#69 Postby johnboy74 » Wed Mar 23, 2011 5:41 pm

Wednesday 23rd March - Back & Triceps

No running, feet still sore from skiing...

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23 sets in total targeting Back & Triceps, plus Deads
-- highlights - Machine Barbell rows 105kg/12reps, Deadlift 180kg at end of workout

Swimming
18 lengths
-- to makeup for no cardio at start

To Finish off
15 mins in Sauna
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#70 Postby johnboy74 » Wed Mar 23, 2011 5:48 pm

TrilliumFortnight: your right, it did feel mild, but suffered next day, ice skating, ouch, they wrecked my ankles

lobsteriffic: didn't take those pics, they we're scavenged from the web

Rob PMFF: Whooo Steady on.... I'm from Liverpool and hence a Liverpool Fan.... Just visited Manchester for skiing, made extra sure no manchester united rubbed off on me lol... Yeh Been meaning to look at this crossfit thing, just been busy last couple of weeks...

Can't you do crossfit by yourself then?

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#71 Postby Rob PMFF » Thu Mar 24, 2011 9:54 am

Yeah, I'm sure lots of people do it alone. The main crossfit website or whatever posts the WOD so that people can do that I think. I probably wouldn't hold myself as accountable with rest periods and such if I weren't with other people doing it, and coaches. Plus a lot can be said of the encouragement you get from the other people in the "class".

And what's with Torres? Did ya'll tell him to not to a damn thing once he got to Chelsea? I was happy the blues were getting him, but talk about anti-climactic. :lol:
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#72 Postby MaryStella » Thu Mar 24, 2011 12:49 pm

yes you def can do by yourself but like rob says there are benefits to doing it with others. all depends on what works best for you.

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#73 Postby johnboy74 » Thu Mar 24, 2011 4:27 pm

Rob PMFF wrote:And what's with Torres? Did ya'll tell him to not to a damn thing once he got to Chelsea? I was happy the blues were getting him, but talk about anti-climactic. :lol:


He's been awful, but he was playing awful at Liverpool for some time. Not too keen on Andy Carroll @ £35 million, unproved, big big gamble!
You obviously watch Premier League football in US then!
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#74 Postby Rob PMFF » Fri Mar 25, 2011 9:41 am

Yeah, I can't stand American football...It's so slooooow. Plus I'm a big fan of Drogba and Lampard. I usually only watch Chelsea's matches.
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#75 Postby johnboy74 » Fri Mar 25, 2011 4:54 pm

Friday 25th March - Chest, Arms and the dreaded Abs

No running on the beach today but did go down to the seafront for an stroll and watched the sunset before the gym... holding my own hand it was really romantic lol

Walking On The Beach - For Euphoria
30 minutes

Weights
Freestyle lifting, 28 sets over over 10 exercises...
-- Highlight- Barbell curls 70kg/7reps

To finish off
5 minutes in hydropool
10 minutes in sauna

Off to Brecon Beacons in glorious Wales, early tomorrow morning, back monday afternoon, camping, mountain biking, walking, and weather looks decent too :)

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