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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#271 Postby Cellar Yeti » Mon Apr 15, 2013 7:14 pm

4-15-13
3 mile 45 min fasted walk. Also did 3hrs of manual labor fed. It's cold today and my appetite is showing it.
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#272 Postby Cellar Yeti » Tue Apr 16, 2013 3:03 pm

4-16-13 1hr 20 minutes
DB chest press 181x7! 166x8~ 151x6~ > 186/166/151
DB push press 126x6 116x8 96x10 > Hold
Weighted dips +70x8x7x7 > Go to 6/8/10
Chest flys 2x52 x15x14 > Hold
Triceps pushdowns 15x15 14x12 > Drop to 10
Pushups to failure (30)

I am so fucking happy. You cannot even understand my joy. Slamming out 7 reps on 181 after I struggled so hard an injured myself once. I am overjoyed and empowered.
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#273 Postby Cellar Yeti » Wed Apr 17, 2013 3:47 pm

4-17-13 45min
3 mile run 30minutes
Weighted crunches +25 x20x20x20
3x Planks & 3x side planks +10 30 seconds each
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#274 Postby Cellar Yeti » Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:48 pm

4-18-13 1hr 5 min
1 leg squats 111x6 96x8 81x10 ea leg > 116/101/86
Calf raises 176 x15x15
1 leg lunges 156x8x8 ea leg > 161
Chinups +70x6 50x8 35x10 > 72.5/52.5/37.5
Bicep curls 40.5 x15x15 ea arm > 43
Chinups to failure (35)
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#275 Postby Cellar Yeti » Fri Apr 19, 2013 6:25 pm

4-19-13
3 3/4 mile 55 minute fasted walk.
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#276 Postby Cellar Yeti » Sat Apr 20, 2013 4:56 pm

4-20-13 1hr 5min + 55min 3.5mi walk
1 arm DB deadlifts 133x6 118x8 103x10 > 135.5/120.5/105.5
Weighted pullups +62.5x6 42.5x8 30x10 > 65/45/32.5
DB rows 176x6 161x8 146x10 > 181/166/151
DB deadlifts till failure 196x20
DB shrugs 181 x15x15 > 186
DB lateral deltoids 2x53 x15x15 > 55.5
Pullups to failure x40

My strength is incredible. I am loving this.
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#277 Postby Cellar Yeti » Sun Apr 21, 2013 7:32 pm

4-21-13
3.3 mile run, 32 minutes

Very hungry lately; especially after work and exercise. I'm eating a pot of rice and dolmas now.
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#278 Postby Mini Forklift Ⓥ » Sun Apr 21, 2013 8:25 pm

What are 'dolmas'? Never heard of them.

Nice running btw, good speed there. How was your weekend?
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#279 Postby Cellar Yeti » Mon Apr 22, 2013 7:11 pm

Not really, lol. I am really slow as I get heavier and heavier and it's so hard to breathe at this elevation. Dolmas is stuffed grape leaves; they are so freaking good. My weekend was good, just very busy between training, eating/cooking, work, and keeping the house up. It seems like eating 4,000+kcal in itself is a full time job. How are you man?

4-22-13 1hr 5 min
DB chest press 186x4 166x7 151x9 > Hold
DB push press 126x6 116x8 96x10 > Hold
Dips +70x6 47.5x8 27.5x10 > 72.5/50/30
Chest flys 2x53 x15x14 > 55.5
Triceps pushdowns 12.5 x15x15 > 15
Pushups to failure (35)
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#280 Postby Cellar Yeti » Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:12 pm

4-23-13
3.3 mile fasted walk; 60 minutes.
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#281 Postby Mini Forklift Ⓥ » Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:26 pm

I'm good thanks. Stuffed grape leaves? Can't say I have ever come across them but I wouldn't mind trying them, sound pretty interesting. What are they stuffed with?
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#282 Postby Cellar Yeti » Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:41 pm

They are stuffed with brown rice. IDK if you have Whole Foods there but they have them; also any health food store would have them either in the deli case or in cans/jars, sometimes in the olive bar. They are Mediterranean so look in that area. You could also make them; but I tend to be lazy. =P

Dolmas with some garlic hummus and home made pita chips from flour tortillas, and a big bowl of olives. Mmm, MM!
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#283 Postby Cellar Yeti » Wed Apr 24, 2013 3:17 pm

4-24-13 1hr 5 min
1 leg squats 116x6 101x8 86x10 > 121/101/86
Chinups +72.5x6 +52.5x8 +37.5x10 > 75/55/40
Lunges 161 x16x16 > 166
Calf raises 181 x15x15
Bicep curls 43 x15x15 > Hold
Hammer chinups to failure x35

I am really very happy with how my training is going. Words cannot describe my feelings; the joy to be able to train and sculpt my body and mind is a privilege I hold high. I do not need to force myself to train, I look forward to each session.

With how well I have gotten to know my body, my nutritional and training regime, and my supplements I am very happy to say I do not need to take a rest week every 6 weeks (in most circumstances; I.E. an injury) I am coming up on 6 weeks of training on the 26th and have nearly no signs of over training or inuries. I attribute this to my on off on off schedule mostly, also I am not opposed to taking an extra rest day every two or three weeks. With that said I will pay close attention to my body in these last days of training to get my training/rest schedule just right.

I will be taking two days off because of some training I have for work, then finishing up this circuit and completing one more A/B/C circuit and taking a rest week I think.
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#284 Postby Cellar Yeti » Thu Apr 25, 2013 3:17 pm

4-25-13 45 minutes
3.1 mile 33 minute run
Crunches +25 3x20/ Ab planks +25 3x30sec/ Oblique planks +10 3x30 sec each side
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Re: Yetis New Log: New Goal = No Goal

#285 Postby Cellar Yeti » Fri Apr 26, 2013 3:29 pm

4-26-13
1.5 mile fasted walk.

I had a training seminar today so I could only manage the fasted walk there. I will go for a long 1hr walk later fed. Extra day of rest today.
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