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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 4:18 am 
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Tuesday 12th April - trying to feel good factor

Had to push this out....

Abdominal Crunches
85

Push Ups
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Wednesday 13th April - feel good factor

Numbers going up slowly but surely

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Push Ups
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seems like thinking are going in the right direction.

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9 days since free weights? What gives?

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Rob PMFF wrote:
9 days since free weights? What gives?


:oops: Been tired in evenings to log, not sleeping well

To divert from my laziness... What was with Chelsea! They looked abit lacklustre against Man Utd in second leg of champions league!

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Thursday 14th April - Back & Triceps

Delayed Session from Wednesday as watched the Tottenham game against Real Madrid, wish I hadn't...

Running treadmill
1 mile / 6:40 mins / 155 cals

Freestyle Mode
24 sets in total targeting Back & Triceps, plus Deads
-- Getitng back into deads, 120kg/13reps was surprisingly difficult, did 140 and 180

Swimming
12 lengths

To Finish off
5 mins hydropool
10 mins in Sauna

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Friday 15th April - Chest, Arms and the dreaded Abs

Running treadmill - Warmup/Cardio
1 mile / 6:40 mins / 155 cals

Weights
Freestyle lifting, 24 sets over over 8 exercises...
-- Highlight- Barbell curls 60kg/18reps for a good pump on the olde guns

To finish off
5 minutes in hydropool
10 minutes in sauna

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Saturday 16th April - Chest, Arms and the dreaded Abs

Little session with my bro before going to my nans 80th birthday party...

Weights
12 sets targeting chest
3 sets targeting delts

Swimming
20 lengths

To finish off
5 minutes in hydropool
10 minutes in sauna

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johnboy74 wrote:
Rob PMFF wrote:
9 days since free weights? What gives?


:oops: Been tired in evenings to log, not sleeping well

To divert from my laziness... What was with Chelsea! They looked abit lacklustre against Man Utd in second leg of champions league!


Just trying to do my part to help motivation :wink:

Chelsea is doing terrible lately. Most of their shots on goal are sloppy as hell. Even against West Brom where they won 3-1, they still had goal shots that were a mile to the right or left of the frickin net :evil:

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Monday 18th April - shoulders & Legs

Running treadmill
1 mile / 6:34 mins / 155 cals
-- Felt too easy, treadmill must be faulty

Military press - 3 sets
60kg/20reps 70kg/11reps 80kg/6reps

Barbell behind head press - 2 sets
55kg/15reps 60kg/10reps
-- Really down on these

Dumbell lateral raise - 2 arm - 3 sets
20kg/17reps 20kg/15reps 20kg/14reps
-- Not done two arms for an age

Machine rear delts - 3 sets
45kg/20reps 50kg/20reps 55kg/16reps
-- Get a nice pump off this machine, weight too light though

Cable upright rows - 3 sets
82.5kg/20reps 90kg/14reps 97.5kg/11reps
-- Machine again, but felt good, nice burn

Squats - 3 sets
100kg/18reps 120kg/12reps 140kg/7reps
-- Getting back into squats again, high reps we're lung busters

Reverse leg curls - 3 sets
60kg/20reps 67.5kg/16reps 75kg/9reps

Calf raise - 3 sets
210kg/19reps 225kg/13reps 240kg/11reps
-- down on these, but felt comfortable today, just wish it didn't shred my shoulders

Swimming
10 lengths
-- too tired to do more

To Finish off
5 mins hydropool
10 mins in Sauna

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Rob PMFF wrote:
johnboy74 wrote:
Rob PMFF wrote:
9 days since free weights? What gives?


:oops: Been tired in evenings to log, not sleeping well

To divert from my laziness... What was with Chelsea! They looked abit lacklustre against Man Utd in second leg of champions league!


Just trying to do my part to help motivation :wink:

Chelsea is doing terrible lately. Most of their shots on goal are sloppy as hell. Even against West Brom where they won 3-1, they still had goal shots that were a mile to the right or left of the frickin net :evil:


Thanks bud, we all need a nudge to get going!

Yeh, chelsea don't look right, must be alot of behind scene issues, manager's job on line, torres not playing well... confidence has a massive impact on football teams and players and I think chelseas has taken a dive

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Tuesday 19th April - feel good factor

30 minute run on the beach after work, baywatch style, sun setting, living the dream!


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Wednesday 20th April - Back, Hips & Triceps

Running treadmill - warm up the body
-- Legs sore from squats Monday so sidestepped treadmill

Cable lat pulldown - 3 sets
75kg/20reps 82.5kg/13reps 90kg/8reps

Cable rear lat pulldown - 3 sets
75kg/20reps 82.5kg/11reps 90kg/8reps

Machine barbell rows - 3 sets
90kg/20reps 97.5kg/15reps 105kg/13reps

High Cable seated pull - 3 sets
75kg/20reps 82.5kg/15reps 90kg/11reps

Barbell shrugs - 3 sets
120kg/20reps 140kg/14reps 160kg/8reps

Deadlifts - 2 sets
120kg/13reps 140kg/8reps
-- Couldn't be arsed with deads tonight

Seated tricep extensions - 3 sets
45kg/19reps 50kg/11reps 50kg/10reps
-- felt weak on these, didnt go up on last set

Dumbell tricep extensions - 2 sets
17.5kg/18reps 17.5kg/14reps

Walking treadmill - Bring legs back to life
10 mins walking uphill
-- decided to try and loosen legs up, walking like an old man

To Finish
5 Minds Hydropool
10 mins in Sauna

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Thursday 21st April - feel good factor

30 minute run on the beach after work...

Quite amusing this run, decided to read two chapters of Sylvia Plaths "Bell Jar" with the sound of crashing waves as ambient noise.
Went to the public toilets before my run, sun shining, people everywhere, nice evening. There was two cars by the toilet with 6 teenage girls in and around the cars. Two of the girls we're staring at me as I approached the toilet. When I come out the toilet, all 6 girls were watching me, which was weird as fuck. I put it down to the army shorts and tight GASP muscle vest I was wearing. I jogged past their cars and they proceeded to beep their car horns, thought it would stop after a couple of beeps. I must have been 2/300 metres away and they we're still beeping, with people looking over to them. Very weird and embarrassing experience...

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Sunday 24th April - Chest, Arms and the dreaded Abs

This is Fridays session on Sunday, come down with a cold Friday, Saturday, still not 100% but quite happy considering....
Got an evening with Carl Cox in Liverpool City Centre so man flu will have to go fook off...

Fololwing in order of sequence.

Running Treadmill - Warm up the body
1 mile / 6:49 mins / 154 cals

Bench press - 3 sets
bar/20reps 100kg/7reps 90kg/10reps 90kg/9reps

Barbell incline press - 3 sets
80kg/8reps 80kg/7reps 80kg/6reps

Pec dec - 3 sets
65kg/20reps 70kg/14reps 75kg/10reps

Low cable crossovers - 3 sets
20kg/20reps 25kg/18reps 30kg/13reps

Ezbar curls - 3 sets
60kg/18reps 65kg/13reps 70kg/9reps

Dumbell preacher curls - 3 sets
30kg/13reps 30kg/12reps 30kg/11reps

Reverse ezbar curls - 3 sets
35kg/18reps 35kg/16reps 35kg/14reps
-- wide grip targeting the forearms

Cable kneeling crunches - 3 sets
90kg/30reps 97.5kg/25reps 105kg/17reps

Dumbell side bend - 3 sets
27.5kg/30reps 27.5kg/30reps 27.5kg/30reps
-- going lighter on these, 35kg seems to hurt back a little

Leg Raises - 2 sets
50 50

To finish off
5 minutes in hydropool
15 minutes in sauna

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