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PostPosted: Tue Apr 26, 2011 5:00 pm 
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Tuesday 26th April - feel good factor

Too rough to go gym yesterday and today, bit pissed with myself, no pattern to my lifting at the minute, really disjointed.

Decided to do a little tonight at home with old set of dumb bells to ease my mind...

Lateral Raises
3 sets with 18kg dumbells

Rear Lateral Raises
3 sets with 18kg dumbells

Dumbell Curls
3 sets with 18kg dumbells

Abdominal Crunches
90

Push Ups
60

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Hope you are feeling better!

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 1:47 pm 
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lobsteriffic wrote:
Hope you are feeling better!


Thanks lobby, much better now!

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Wednesday 27th April - shoulders & Legs

Whirlwind visit to the gym, quick in and out, peak time, so I can watch Real Madrid vs Barcelona

Running treadmill
1 mile / 6:58 mins / 155 cals
-- WTF I just didn't have he lungs for running today :shock:

Machine shoulder press - 3 sets
105kg/19reps 112.5kg/14reps 120kg/10eps

Barbell behind head press - 2 sets
60kg/13reps 60kg/10reps
-- wanted to do 55 then 60 but bars we're scarce

Machine rear delts - 3 sets
50kg/20reps 55kg/18reps 60kg/14reps

Cable upright rows - 3 sets
82.5kg/20reps 90kg/16reps 97.5kg/12reps

Leg Extensions - 3 sets
75kg/19reps 82.5kg/14reps 90kg/11reps
-- Couldn't get on a squat stand

Reverse leg curls - 3 sets
67.5kg/17reps 75kg/10reps

Not my full routine but better than nothing I suppose.. a few beers and a good game I hope

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Thursday 28th April - Back, Hips & Triceps

Running late for gym, bit pissed, routine is fooked at the minute, didn't have time for deads today grrr

Running treadmill - warm up the body
1 mile / 6:45mins / 155 Cals

Cable lat pulldown - 3 sets
75kg/20reps 82.5kg/15reps 90kg/9reps

Cable rear lat pulldown - 3 sets
75kg/20reps 82.5kg/13reps 90kg/9reps

Machine barbell rows - 3 sets
90kg/20reps 97.5kg/17reps 105kg/14reps

Machine pull overs - 3 sets
97.5kg/20reps 105kg/15reps 112.5kg/11reps

Barbell shrugs - 3 sets
120kg/20reps 140kg/15reps 160kg/9reps

Cable tricep extensions - 3 sets
35kg/20reps 40kg/14reps 45kg/10reps
-- triceps felt tired and weak today

Dumbell tricep extensions - 2 sets
20kg/13reps 20kg/11reps

Swimming - Warm down
10 lengths

To Finish
5 Minds Hydropool
10 mins in Sauna

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Wow you are a fast runner!

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lobsteriffic wrote:
Wow you are a fast runner!


Funny I was thinking the opposite, 20 seconds off my best 6 months ago :?

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Friday 29th April / Saturday 30th April - Fun, fun, fun

Trip to Clywds, fantastic weather, stayed at camp site just outside Ruthin...

Mountain biking on the Friday, my mountain bike decided to be a complete tw*t and gears wouldn't shift so walking it was up and around Moel Famau Saturday... Sun burn't now :?

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Sunday 1st May - Chest and the dreaded Abs

Decided to pop in gym for a quick little session, don't know why I bothered, sunburn was hurting on bench and was exhausted..

Running Treadmill - Warm up the body
1 mile / 6:43 mins / 154 cals

Bench press - 3 sets
bar/20reps 90kg/10reps 90kg/9reps 90kg/8reps

Barbell decline press - 3 sets
90kg/9reps 90kg/8reps 90kg/7reps

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

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

Dumbell side bend - 3 sets
30kg/30reps 30kg/25reps 30kg/22reps

To finish off
15 minutes in sauna

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Monday 2nd May - shoulders & Legs

Short session today, bank holidays are really messing me up with early closing... no squats or calf raises as shoulders red raw...

Over the last few months I've noticed a girl around the gym who is painfully thin. Every time I see her I just have the urge to go upto her and say something to her, but I wouldn't know what to say to her. I can totally empathise with her, she spends hours doing various cardio workouts and usually still there right up to the gym closing. It's painful to watch her getting thinner and thinner... this girl needs help...

Running treadmill
1 mile / 6:39 mins / 155 cals

Military press - 3 sets
60kg/16reps 70kg/11reps 80kg/5reps
-- wow, really sucked at these, afternoon sessions tend not to agree with me!

Barbell behind head press - 2 sets
55kg/15reps 60kg/11reps

Dumbell lateral raise - 2 arm - 3 sets
20kg/18reps 22.5kg/12reps 25kg/18reps
-- much tougher than single arms I usually do

Machine rear delts - 3 sets
55kg/20reps 60kg/16reps 65kg/10reps

Cable upright rows - 3 sets
82.5kg/20reps 90kg/16reps 97.5kg/12reps

Leg extensions - 3 sets
75kg/20reps 82.5kg/16reps 90kg/13reps
-- Did these instead of squats as shoulders all sun burn't

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

To Finish off
5 mins hydropool
10 mins in Sauna

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Gorgeous pictures. I would kill for your countryside. No, really, I would kill someone if it meant I could live in Europe.

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Rob PMFF wrote:
Gorgeous pictures. I would kill for your countryside. No, really, I would kill someone if it meant I could live in Europe.


haha last time I checked killing wasn't vegan :wink:

Looks like Barcelona vs Manchester Utd in champions league final!!!

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Thursday 5th May - Chest, Arms and the dreaded Abs

Routine up the sh*tter this week, driving to Bournemouth for the weekend so went gym tonight...

Running Treadmill - Warm up the body
1 mile / 6:55 mins / 154 cals
-- Felt tough

Bench press - 3 sets
bar/20reps 90kg/11reps 90kg/10reps 90kg/9reps

Barbell incline press - 3 sets
60kg/20reps 80kg/7reps 80kg/7reps

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

Barbell curls - 3 sets
60kg/20reps 70kg/9reps 80kg/4reps
-- last set was heavy

Dumbell preacher curls - 3 sets
30kg/15reps 30kg/13reps 30kg/12reps

Reverse barbell curls - 3 sets
35kg/20reps 35kg/17reps 35kg/16reps

Cable kneeling crunches - 3 sets
100kg/26reps 100kg/23reps 100kg/21reps

Dumbell side bend - 3 sets
30kg/30reps 30kg/28reps 30kg/26reps

Leg Raises - 2 sets
50 50

To finish off
5 minutes in hydropool
15 minutes in sauna

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johnboy74 wrote:

Looks like Barcelona vs Manchester Utd in champions league final!!!


I want to collectively choke Man U...Especially after today. :x

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love the pics from mountain biking!

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