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yeah, that's why I worked out nonetheless

hope you feel better soon!

 

I might do some bodyweight stuff today and tonight, I've put on like 6 pounds so far this month though thanks for your contest, Thanks man.

 

wow, 6 pounds is a lot - nice work!

 

I have pictures of me from last night on my thread in the photo's section.

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crunches 60

 

barbell military press: 17x5x2, 22x5x2, 29,5x5x2 30,5x5x1 (next time 30,5x5x2 instead of 29,5) great! the last rep was a battle of at least 10 seconds, though

 

deadlifts: 30,5x8x2 68x5x2 I don't think I'll increase the weight in the near future, scared of hurting my back ...

 

pull-ups 3+2+2+2+1

 

some bizep- and hammercurls

 

stretching

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barbell military press: 17x5x2, 22x5x2, 32x5x2 very bad form :/

deadlifts: 32x8x2 68x5x1 sucked I should give me legs some free days...

 

My sister, a personal fitness trainer, said the lower body (legs mostly) need 4 days of rest and upper body needs 2 days of rest after a great workout.

 

I don't know what other professionals think about this - but it works for me!

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barbell bench press 27x5x2; 37x5x2 44x5x2 more weight next time

squats 27x8x2 37x5x2 hell on earth!

barbell bent over row 17x5x4 32x5x2 tough

stretching

 

I'll have some days off during the next week when I'm at home. which means only situps and some push-ups.

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4 days? that's a lot! but on the other hand that would explain that my legs are sore 7 days a week

 

I just read this yesterday (I don't know if it is just for women, or applies to both men and women)

 

From Dr. Nick (www.drnickevans.com) in an article from Oxygen magazine (women's fitness) re OVERTRAINING. If you answer yes to more than half of the following question, you are overtraining and need to give your body a week of complete rest. To avoid overtraining, keep your workouts to less than an hour and be sure to allow adequate recovery periods in your workout schedule.

1. Do you constantly feel tired?

2. Do your workouts lack energy?

3. Are you lacking motivation?

4. Have you lost strength?

5. Have you lost muscle size?

6. Are your muscles always tender?

7. Has your appetitie decreased?

8. Do you have trouble sleeping?

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barbell bench press 27x5x2; 37x5x2 44x5x2 hard! will add another kilo next time nonetheless

squats 27x5x2 39,5x5x2 new PB

barbell bent over row 27x5x4 32x5x2 rather easy

pullups: 3+2+2

stretching

 

 

nice

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