TRAINING LOG 2018

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Re: TRAINING LOG 2018

Postby sticksb » Fri Aug 10, 2018 2:33 am

Skipped legs for push/pull upper body
1.Leverage Bench press 1 x 12 175#
1 x 12 245#
2. Leverage Pulldowns 1 x 15 265#
1 x 15 same
3. Leverage standing Press 1 x12 145#
1 x 11 175#
4. DB Row 1 x 15 65# ea. arm
5. Front Chest Pull 2 x 20 50# of bands (Hook)
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Re: TRAINING LOG 2018

Postby Mobster » Fri Aug 10, 2018 7:54 am

peter yates wrote:Hey Steve, did you have Cake yesterday?


Cheesecake and Welsh Cakes. I was working so we went to Sub Zero ice cream yesterday
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Re: TRAINING LOG 2018

Postby Mobster » Fri Aug 10, 2018 12:39 pm

Friday
Iso Press
to 72.5-kilos x 6 reps @

Hammer DB Curls
to 80-kilos x 8 reps @

TPD
to 16p x 7 reps

W/Curls
to 42.5-kilos x 7L and 8R reps
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Re: TRAINING LOG 2018

Postby colinkbell » Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:55 am

Agghh its happened again. I have lost my training motivation yet again. This week i couldn't train as my best friend died- ie my pet Budgie, Mr Joey Mac. Its been a sad, and quiet house. But i haven't missed the training in the slightest. I feel i need a new fresh physical challenge, but i dont know what. The only disciplines i have not tried are Maxalding and Bodyweight training. My muscle mass is falling away pretty quick these days, esp in glutes and quads. Thanks,Colin.
" Strengthen ye the weak hands and confirm the feeble knees" Isaiah 35 v3
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Re: TRAINING LOG 2018

Postby peter yates » Sun Aug 12, 2018 1:12 pm

Come on mate, buck up. Sucks loosing a pet but exercise will help lift your mood. Do not worry about what you do at this stage, just do something. Go back to see recommendations i previously wrote about getting over a slump. Or try this free squat, pull up, push up, leg raise combo. Start with 10 of each in succession, then go to 9 and so on until you get to 1 but then do as many as you can for each. Lots more ideas for slump busters if you want them plus all of the great templates Sticks has put up. In my darkest days, training has been my best friend, though i may not have always felt like doing it, so i just told myself i would just do some warm up exercise, always morphed into a workout. Stay strong and play some Caruso.
Regards,Peter.
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Re: TRAINING LOG 2018

Postby Mobster » Fri Aug 17, 2018 12:11 pm

Friday
Iso Press
to 73.75-kilos x 4 reps LH and 6 reps RH (need to bring the left up obvs)

Hammer DB Curls
to 80-kilos x 8 reps (might add a set so as to move to 90's)

TPD
to 16+1p x 6 reps (hard as f**K)

W/Curls
to 45-kilos x 3 LH and 6 RH reps (again I need to bring up the LH)
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Re: TRAINING LOG 2018

Postby colinkbell » Mon Aug 20, 2018 7:02 am

Friday:
Took a heavy head cold last week, so Friday was first night in shed. I walked in just to get some blood flowing. Wound up doing light Power Snatch, Power Clean, then some muscle pumping. Olympic lifts - what??? Going to literally train instinctively for a while. Thanks,Colin.
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Re: TRAINING LOG 2018

Postby peter yates » Mon Aug 20, 2018 1:43 pm

Hi Colin, good for you mate. Yes just go in there and do whatever takes your fancy that day.A routine will emerge and then a program will eventually form.No Surprise you went for the Olympics, old friends for you. Have you ever tried DB snatches, single and double C/P and C/J? Whole body training and great conditioning work. I do 5s,3s and singles building up in weight.Anyway Colin you have loads of experience and will come up with some enjoyable, intuitive sessions i am sure. Please share them with us.
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Re: TRAINING LOG 2018

Postby Mobster » Mon Aug 20, 2018 2:11 pm

Monday
Keep on repping...
L/Press
to 360-kilos x 20 reps

Power Squat Machine
to 330-kilos x 10 reps

Seated Leg Curls
to stack +5.5 stacker plates x 15 reps

Leg Extension
to stack x 20 reps
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Re: TRAINING LOG 2018

Postby Mobster » Tue Aug 21, 2018 4:10 pm

Tuesday
Two Hand Pinch
to 86.95-kilos x 3 x 8 reps
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