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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 4:32 pm 
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Monday 4th April - shoulders & Legs

Determined to blast my deltoids tonight and get back in the game...

Running treadmill - warm up/cardio
1 mile / 6:38mins / 155cals

Chin Ups - narrow underhand grip
20

Freestyle Mode
24 sets in total targeting shoulders and legs
-- highlights
-- single arm lat raise 30kg/16reps
-- dumbell delt front raise 22.5kg/16reps
-- squats 100kg/16reps 120kg/11reps 140kg/6reps

Swimming - warm down/cardio
10 lengths
-- only 10 lengths as goggles letting in water and getting on my tit

To Finish off - relaxation
5 mins hydropool
10 mins in Sauna

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Tuesday 5th April - feel good factor

Was a good girl this morning and did my feel good factor, was tired from last night session though.

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Push Ups
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johnboy74 wrote:
Tuesday 5th April - feel good factor

Was a good girl this morning


Now I'm just confused!

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lobsteriffic wrote:
johnboy74 wrote:
Tuesday 5th April - feel good factor

Was a good girl this morning


Now I'm just confused!


haha, my british humour! I sometimes refer to myself as a female! I am a boy!

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johnboy74 wrote:
lobsteriffic wrote:
johnboy74 wrote:
Tuesday 5th April - feel good factor

Was a good girl this morning


Now I'm just confused!


haha, my british humour! I sometimes refer to myself as a female! I am a boy!


Do you have "Sexy Parties" too? :lol:

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Rob PMFF wrote:
Do you have "Sexy Parties" too? :lol:


Being a lady boy I like to keep my private life a mystery :wink:

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Wednesday 6th April - feel good factor

Yep, I'm a good girl again, sleepy but managed something

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Push Ups
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Good work on the squats!

I have a question: I have been training push-ups a lot the last days. I am working towards being able to do one armies after my summer break. However, I felt very weak when bench pressing today. I am suspecting it to be because of my muscles already being tired from the pushups.
Do you feel that your morning routine interferes with your bench press? Or is it just a matter of getting used to it? I am gonna do loads of pushups in summer where I won't have access to barbells, but I don't want to "waste" time on it now if all it's gonna do is set my bench press back. Anything you have noticed?


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you are such a good girl lately!

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Do you do your crunches and push ups with breaks, or did you pump out 87/62 in a single blazing set?


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oneoranother wrote:
Good work on the squats!

I have a question: I have been training push-ups a lot the last days. I am working towards being able to do one armies after my summer break. However, I felt very weak when bench pressing today. I am suspecting it to be because of my muscles already being tired from the pushups.
Do you feel that your morning routine interferes with your bench press? Or is it just a matter of getting used to it? I am gonna do loads of pushups in summer where I won't have access to barbells, but I don't want to "waste" time on it now if all it's gonna do is set my bench press back. Anything you have noticed?


Thanks :) trying to get back into squats!

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Personally from my experience, they haven't interfered with my benching, but obviously if you do hundreds of them before benching you chest will be tired. I do pushups early in the morning and bench around 8pm at night so a big window for recovery. Everyone's bodies are different. Just suck it and see, it might be a coincidence that day you had a sub par session, we all have em. Your glycogen levels might have been low hence poor session!

Try it for a few weeks, see how you feel!

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MaryStella wrote:
you are such a good girl lately!


I was a bad boy this morning though :?

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Do you do your crunches and push ups with breaks, or did you pump out 87/62 in a single blazing set?


I do one set of as many as I can do on both, but give myself a minute between crunches and pushups.

Aiming to get upto 100 of each every morning :D

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Thursday 7th April - Back & Triceps

Sooo fooking tired tonight, moved this routine to thursday so I could watch champions league...
I'm waking up more tired than when I went to sleep, maybe i've got sleep apnea, think I need to lose a few kilo and see if that fixs it...

Running treadmill
1 mile / 6:45 mins / 155 cals
-- Really sluggish

Freestyle Mode
24 sets in total targeting Back & Triceps, plus Deads
-- No highlights really, subpar session, fook it

Swimming
12 lengths
-- got some new goggles, glad to get 12 lengths our considering

To Finish off
5 mins hydropool
10 mins in Sauna

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Been a bad boy and got wasted Saturday night, taken two days to recover in the fetal position...

Friday 8th April - Chest, Arms and the dreaded Abs

Was still tired from thursdays session.. didn't do as much as hard as I wanted

Weights
Freestyle lifting, 24 sets over over 8 exercises...
-- Highlight- Barbell curls 70kg/9reps

To finish off
5 minutes in hydropool
10 minutes in sauna


Saturday 9th April - Chest, Arms and the dreaded Abs

Little more on saturday with my bro to make up for dismal performance on Friday...

Weights
Freestyle lifting, 12 sets over over 4 exercises...
-- Highlight - Bench 100kg/6reps

Swimming
14 lengths

To finish off
5 minutes in hydropool
10 minutes in sauna

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