djshrew Posted August 21, 2008 Share Posted August 21, 2008 (edited) Here I go.. I have been working out for about 2 and a half months now. I have noticed a bit of body fat loss in the thigh/butt region which is AWESOME! =) my goal is to be to about 15%bf if not lower, I did some measurement thing in the beginning and I was something like 26% LBM= 92.47So today is just a cardio day, probably just take the Gabby dog for a 40min walk (it's SO nice outside) yesterday here is what I did: Giant superset 1: dumbbell squat 10reps 4 sets no rest (10lbs) Leg press 10 reps 4 sets no rest ( I think it was around 90lbs?) Calf press 25 rep 4 sets no rest upright row 10 rep 4 sets 60 sec rest between each new superset Giant superset 2:leg extension 10 4 no restleg curl 10 4 no reststanding calf raise (two legs) 15 4 no resttriceps kickback 10lbs. 8rep 4 60 sec rest between each new superset superset3adducter and abductor machine 15 4 no rest AbsTrunk curl and crunchCrunch/pelvic Lift combo 10 4 no rest ( I could really feel these! =) ) Cardio20 stairclimber/ 20 minute crosstrainer = 45mins total with cool down stretching. In march I sprained my ankle and now I notice when I do mostly these cardio machines and the bike my right foot (the bad one) falls asleep. what's that all about? yesterday I ate:breakfast:1/2 glass lemonadewaterwhole wheat pancakes with pecans blackberries and agave snack:waterapplevega shake lunch/dinnerQuinoa salad with white beans and bok choy1/2 grapefruit snack:mini PB crackers this is not a typical food for me I usually dont have pancakes for breakfast (i'm on vacation so I'm trying to actually eat breakfast at home and not in class) I will keep posting my workouts and food so I can get better feed back on my 'normal' stuff. Edited January 8, 2012 by djshrew Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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