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It's a go! My first Pro Show!

#1 Postby moxie » Fri Aug 03, 2007 6:30 pm

Hey there hi there ho there....

I'm currently 13 weeks out from my first FAME PRO figure show. I still need a theme... we have to do this corny themewear routine. Previously I've been a referee and a matador.

Fall schedule:
Sept 22 Womens Tri-Fitness obstacle course and fitness skills only
Oct 6 SNBF ATL fitness model (basically prep for the other show)
Nov 3 FAME PRO figure
November 10-11 Womens Tri-Fit course, skills, bikini.
November 12 SoyCream eating contest followed by an oreo eating contest. :lol:

Goals: To drop about 15 pounds over this time period. To lean out my legs, round my delts and come in overall better condition.

Training today:
DB Push press 3X10@ 20's super set Reverse lunges 3X5 3X5 jump lunges 3X5 regular lunges

Incline DB Press 3X10@30 ss Lateral Raises 3X10 ss Step Downs (For glutes)
Cable Chest fly 3X10@25 ss Reverse Grip Lat pull 3X12 @ 80

I start a new program tomorrow!

Foodies: Veglife sausage with peppers, onions, garlic. PWO kiwi, plum soy PP. Hemp PP with almond milk. 2 slice ezekial bread. 2 vegan burgers wrapped in lettuce with mustard. Hummus and raw broccoli. decaf coffee with soymilk.

Any input with regards to food is welcome and appreciated!

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#2 Postby moxie » Sat Aug 04, 2007 2:46 pm

Bent over rows
Push ups with a clap
Weighted jump squats
push press
squat thrust jumps
vups
Hip bridge
3X10 with 25 pound DB

bfast: oatmeal with PP, natty peanut butter, dark baking cocoa. 1/4c blueberries Coffee with soymilk
1.5 liters of water with lemon so far
#2 baked tofu, grapes and mixed raw nuts
#3 PP mixed with unsweetened almond milk, 7 frozen strawberries and 1/4c blueberries

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#3 Postby Clever Name » Sat Aug 04, 2007 11:42 pm

Fantastic picture! What is this PWO of which you write? I'm curious as well to know the cals and macros you consume in a typical day while leaning out and simultaneously rounding out your delts. I don't intend to compete, but I'd love to know how the vegan competitors here do it. I'll be doing more training journal browsing here! Good luck!
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#4 Postby DV » Sun Aug 05, 2007 10:01 am

Good luck, Moxie. I wish I had an idea for your theme. Looking forward to more posts from you!

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#5 Postby moxie » Sun Aug 05, 2007 10:46 am

Happy SUnday!
This morning I met my dear friend (and fellow vegan!) for track/stadium work. TBH, my legs were still feeling like poo poo from yesterday. :lol:
In all, we did 6X100 meters with 100m recovery, about 2 laps jogging, 2 sets of stadiums:Running, lunging, walking, side squats, stairs.
My heart rate made it up to 173 and I burned about 575 calories in one hour.
Preworkout
meal #1: 1/4 c oats, 22grams Rice PP
PWO (post workout)
#2: 1 block light tofu, onions, baby portabellas, 1/2tbsp olive oil, turmeric, mrs.dash. 2 slices cin raisin ezekial toast, 5 strawberries.
I couldn't finsih #2, I am STUFFED! I'll finish it for #3 in about an hour

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#6 Postby moxie » Sun Aug 05, 2007 10:53 am

Clever Name wrote:Fantastic picture! What is this PWO of which you write? I'm curious as well to know the cals and macros you consume in a typical day while leaning out and simultaneously rounding out your delts. I don't intend to compete, but I'd love to know how the vegan competitors here do it. I'll be doing more training journal browsing here! Good luck!


HI!
Actually, this is my first show as a vegan. THe avatar pic is from April 2006, when I was still eating meat. :oops:
My macros are pretty much 150g protein, 40g fat 150g carbs = 1700 calores. However, the numbers change as I get closer to stage(as do the cardio sessions!)

I've hired a coach to guide me (read:I don't have to think) through the critical final weeks. SHe's worked with vegans in the past with incredible results so I'm excited!

For me personally- my delts stay lean easily but I have to work hard rounding them so I continue to lift heavy with lower reps right up to show time.
THe legs....that's another story!

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#7 Postby moxie » Sun Aug 05, 2007 10:57 am

DV wrote:Good luck, Moxie. I wish I had an idea for your theme. Looking forward to more posts from you!


Thanks!
I thought of a theme last night- Go GO Dancer a la Austin Powers! :lol: Schwing!

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#8 Postby Clever Name » Sun Aug 05, 2007 2:37 pm

moxie wrote:PWO (post workout)


:lol: I thought it was like the vegan version of EAS or MetRx...some type of protein powder that comes in kiwi flavor...
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#9 Postby moxie » Sun Aug 05, 2007 4:10 pm

Clever Name wrote:
moxie wrote:PWO (post workout)


:lol: I thought it was like the vegan version of EAS or MetRx...some type of protein powder that comes in kiwi flavor...


Oh hee hee
I just ate a kiwi and a plum. 8)

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#10 Postby bunnylalu » Mon Aug 06, 2007 11:30 am

Its great to see your posts! Good luck with your goals - and the go go dancer theme sounds like a winner!
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#11 Postby moxie » Mon Aug 06, 2007 12:12 pm

#1 2 tbsp rice pp 1/3c oats, 1/3c blueberries,coffee with stevia and soymilk
#2 PWO 36g protein, 1 apple
#3 2.5 rice cakes with natty PB and sf jelly, a few grapes

Workout: push ups, wide db press, cable flies. Standing push press, single arm lateral raises.

20minutes on elliptical, doing another 20-30 tonight before I leave work. It will have to be inside because Atlanta is under a code red smog alert! :shock:

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#12 Postby Clever Name » Tue Aug 07, 2007 12:06 pm

moxie wrote:Standing push press, single arm lateral raises.


What is the push press?

moxie wrote:20minutes on elliptical, doing another 20-30 tonight before I leave work. It will have to be inside because Atlanta is under a code red smog alert! :shock:


I have a vision of Moxie doing the elliptical outside when the air is clean...going down the bike lane and passing traffic in her avatar's outfit! :lol: Sorry, couldn't help but share. Great posting--keep up the good work, Moxie!
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#13 Postby moxie » Sat Aug 11, 2007 9:08 am

NameWhat is the push press?
It's a standing shoulder press,made more explosive by adding a light bending of the knees.

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I have a vision of Moxie doing the elliptical outside when the air is clean...going down the bike lane and passing traffic in her avatar's outfit! :lol: Sorry, couldn't help but share. Great posting--keep up the good work, Moxie

:lol:
I normally wear the sequined bikini when I'm sitting on the bike so it doesn't ride up! 8) [/img]

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#14 Postby moxie » Sat Aug 11, 2007 9:11 am

Stadiums and sprints today!

Seats: walk one, run 3
Stairs run 2

6X100 walk the turns for recovery

Stadiums:
seats, stairs, seats, stairs

2X200 meter sprints 200 meter recovery

a little agility- shuffle, grapevine, skips.

My legs said no no no so that was a wrap!

Going to the gym for my weight training this afternoon. :) should feel greeeeat!

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#15 Postby Clever Name » Mon Aug 13, 2007 12:11 pm

moxie wrote:It's a standing shoulder press,made more explosive by adding a light bending of the knees.


Thanks for the info! :)
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